Delhi court denies interim bail to BRS leader K. Kavitha in excise policy case
The plea for interim bail put forth by Kavitha was rejected by Special CBI judge Kaveri Baweja, with a detailed order expected to follow.
Arvind Kejriwal's Plea for Increased Legal Consultations in Delhi Court
Recently, the court had remanded Kejriwal to judicial custody until April 15 in connection with a money laundering case linked to an alleged excise policy scam. In his plea, Kejriwal had requested access to three books—Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, and How Prime Ministers Decide.
High Court Declines Request to Oust Kejriwal from Chief Minister Position
Emphasizing the primacy of national interest over personal agendas, the court underscored that while individual concerns are important, they must yield to the greater good of the nation. Acting Chief Justice Manmohan and Justice Manmeet PS Arora iterated that as a court of law, their mandate is to adhere to legal principles. 
Delhi Excise Policy Case: ED says Arvind Kejriwal can't claim immunity from arrest, HC reserves verdict
The national convener of AAP, presently under judicial custody, raised concerns about the "timing" of his arrest by the agency, alleging that it contravenes fundamental constitutional principles such as democracy, free and fair elections, and ensuring a level playing field. His legal team argued that the arrest was orchestrated based on unverified statements of co-accused turned approvers, likening it to a "fixed match".
Congress Dealt Blow as High Court Rejects Appeals on Tax Reassessment"
According to a bench comprising Justices Yashwant Varma and Purushaindra Kumar Kaurav, the party's petitions were filed at a late stage, considering the assessment deadline of March 31, 2024. The court noted that although the I-T Department issued a notice to the party on March 7, 2023, the satisfaction note by the assessing officer (AO) was provided to the petitioner later, in June 2023.
Delhi High Court Issues Summons to Mahua Moitra in Defamation Case Filed by Ex-Partner Jai Anant Dehadrai
In a recent ruling, the court denied Moitra interim relief in a defamation case involving BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and Dehadrai. The case revolved around allegedly defamatory content shared on social media regarding accusations of "cash-for-query" against Moitra.
Delhi HC Advises Mahua Moitra to Approach Directorate of Estates for Government Residence Eviction
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Justice Subramoniun Prasad emphasized that rules allowed authorities to permit an individual to overstay for a specific duration under exceptional circumstances.
2020 riots: Delhi Police file supplementary charge sheet in two cases against Tahir Hussain
The supplementary charge sheets have been filed before Additional Sessions Judge Pulastya Pramachala of Karkardooma court, which had earlier questioned the time and date of the incidents in the two cases in February 2020. The court had raised query to provide concrete description of time as well, apart from date and place of each alleged incident and to submit synopsis with reference to relevant pieces of evidence.