Delhi High Court asks Railways to consider arranging travel of disabled DU students to Delhi for exams

The Delhi High Court Thursday asked the Ministry of Railways to consider arranging travel for disabled students from distant places to the national capital for the exams to be conducted by Delhi University. The high court said the ministry also consider the feasibility of issuing confirmed tickets to such students at subsidised rates at least […]

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Delhi government to ensure pregnant women face no barriers during lockdown.

 The Delhi High Court has asked the Centre and the Delhi government to work in tandem to ensure that pregnant women and their family members in coronavirus hotspots face no barriers during the lockdown. A bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad, which conducted the hearing through video conferencing, directed the Delhi government to […]

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Judges from Delhi and Chennai high Court hear cases jointly via Conference Call

While video-conferencing became the preferred mode of hearing cases by courts across India during the lockdown, Delhi high court set an interesting precedent. The bench comprising of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Subramonium Prasad conducted hearings via video conferencing on Monday where one judge was in Delhi and the other in Chennai. Justice Prasad, who […]

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Coronavirus : Will grant special parole and furlough to convicts to decongest prisons.

The city govt told the Delhi HC on Monday that it has decided to decongest capital’s prisons by providing convicts with the options of special parole & furlough to contain the spread of coronavirus. A Bench of Justices Hima Kohli & Subramonium Prasad, taking note of the submission, directed the Delhi govt to take the […]

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The Madras High Court directs removal of unauthorised flag poles in TN by Apr 1

The Madras High Court has directed election officials to remove all unauthorised flag poles of political parties in public places throughout Tamil Nadu by April 1. A bench comprising justices S Manikumar and Subramonium Prasad gave the direction Monday on a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking a complete ban on erection of poles in public […]

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Madras High Court says fishermen should get maximum subsidy for transponders

The Madras High Court Monday passed an order stating that the Tamil Nadu government should give fishermen the maximum subsidy for transponders. A PIL was filed before a division bench comprising Justice S Manikumar and Justice Subramonium Prasad by Fisherman Care, an NGO, seeking direction to the Centre to refer all cases of violation of […]

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Madras High Court Asks,Centre to detail steps taken to prevent fishermen from crossing borders

NEW DELHI: A division bench, comprising Justice S Manikumar and Justice Subramonium Prasad, asked the Centre to explain the steps it has taken to prevent Indian fishermen from crossing the international maritime boundary line and enter the Lankan waters. The bench was hearing a plea from Fisherman Care, a non-governmental organisation. Madras High Court has directed Central Government […]

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