Senior advocate Rebecca John, appearing for Jain, said that the defender's statements do not fulfil the requirements to constitute the offence of defamation.
"I was provoked because of which I hit," said Poonawalla in Saket court where he was produced before a metropolitan magistrate through video conferencing as his police custody ends on Tuesday, claimed his lawyer.
The Delhi High Court on Monday allowed an appeal by Tata Sons Private Ltd to grant an ad-interim injunction against Hakunamatata Tata Founders and others using the former's trademark for doing online trading in cryptocurrency 'TATA Coin.'
Hearing a plea on the plight of Hindu migrants from Pakistan living in a slum in the national capital sans even electricity for the last five to six years, the Delhi High Court has said that it hopes and trusts the government to look into the matter sympathetically.
A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the Delhi High Court's order allowing Sikhs to carry 'kirpans' on domestic flights was withdrawn on Monday.
The conduct of the applicant/accused was allegedly an attempt to disturb the communal harmony of the area by trying to create a rift between two communities, noted the court
Justice Anoop Kumar Mendiratta was hearing the bail plea of a 27-year-old man who was charged under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act for sexually exploiting a minor girl but later marrying her.
Vivo has told the court that the circulation of the news about the ED searches has maligned its image among its suppliers and customers, "leading to reputational and financial loss, and irreparable damage to the years of goodwill developed" by it.
He will be next produced before the court on July 16.
As his counsel mentioned the matter on Thursday, a vacation bench of the high court agreed to hear it on Friday.
The Delhi High Court on Friday sought the Centre's clear stand on the reopening of the entire masjid premises in Nizamuddin Markaz for offering, asking why can't the religious place be opened fully.
There must be a complete disclosure regarding a food article being vegetarian or non-vegetarian as fundamental rights of every person are impacted by what is offered on the platter, the Delhi High Court said on Wednesday.
In its response to a petition filed by advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, the Central government said it has requested the Law Commission to undertake an examination of various issues relating to the Uniform Civil Code and to make recommendations thereof.
According to the submissions made by the Centre, PM-CARES Fund is not a "public authority" under the ambit of Section 2(h) of the RTI Act, further clarifying no Government money is credited in the PM-CARES Fund and only unconditional and voluntary contributions are accepted under PM-CARES Fund.
New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: A couple of days after a writ petition was filed in Delhi High Court against Election Commission of India (ECI) to issue notification for the by-election in Bijepur Assembly Constituency of Odisha, the court today ordered the commission to submit a reply within seven days. Kanak Foundation & ANR had filed a writ […]