Considering the violation of COVID norms, Delhi High Court spotlighted its repercussions saying that the violation of SOPs' will increase the chance of third wave. "We have paid a huge price in second wave and every household is effected" court said. However, the court has asked the state and centre government to implement strict measures and organise meetings with marketers & vendors associations regarding the COVID protocols.
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The accused, Iqbal Tanha, Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita, booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in the Delhi riots have been granted bail by the Delhi High Court on June 15. The bail is subjected to a personal bond of ₹50,000, submission of their passports, and two local sureties. Police have asked the accused not to indulge in any such activity that becomes an obstacle in the investigation.
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Late Actor Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Meetu Singh expressed her grief over social media as "extremely disheartening" upon the judgement of Delhi HC. Rajput's father Krishna Kishore Singh had filed a plea in the court to use his son's name in his biopic film. However, the Court rejected his appeal seeking a bar on any film or venture that may use Sushant Singh Rajput's name or likeness.
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The Delhi High Court has refused to stop the release of the film, Nyay: The Justice, purportedly based on life of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The decision came after SSR’s father, Krishna Kishore Singh, filed a petition to restrain the movie. Alleging that the movie was shot without his consent, Kishore claimed it was launched in “orchestrated manner” by companions of persons accused of a role in the suicide.
The Delhi high court has dismissed actor Juhi Chawla's plea against the 5G network rollout in India. Terming the plea as an "abuse of the process of law," the court slapped Rs 20 lakh fine on Juhi. Warning him of wasting the court’s time, the bench called Chawla’s plea as a conduct for "publicity". Reportedly, the fine money will be used to help road accident victims.
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The Delhi High Court on June 3 observed that Baba Ramdev's anti-allopathy remarks and his claims over 'Coronil' fall under the ambit of freedom of speech and expression. It gave the observation against a lawsuit filed by the Delhi Medical Association, which had requested for a restraining order on Ramdev. Besides, to the petitioner, the court said, "Find a cure for the pandemic instead of wasting the court's time."
Imposing a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner, the Delhi High Court on May 31 rejected a plea seeking a halt on the construction activities under the Central Vista project. The court termed the petition as a "motivated plea and not a PIL". The plea mentioned the construction of a new Parliament House, new residential spaces for PM and Vice-President amidst the pandemic as a "non-essential" activity.
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Delhi’s Tis Hazari court is likely to pass orders on May 28 over the chargesheet filed regarding January 26 Red Fort violence by farmers protesting against three farm laws. The chargesheet named 16 suspects counting Punjab’s actor-turned-activist Deep Sidhu as main accused. Addressing the storming of the fort as a 'well-planned conspiracy,’ the Delhi crime branch police termed the rage as aim to 'cause mayhem' utilizing Red Fort for protest… read-more
In order to put stop to media trials in wrestler Sushil Kumar’s case, the Delhi High court is likely to hear the plea on May 28 filed by a law student. The petition filed by the student stated that, the media trials on the wrestler’s case have raffled the dignity, reputation and career of Olympian athlete. However, the plea also seeks to set standard rules in reporting criminal cases.
Courtesy: India Today