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Not a single foreign Tablighi Jamaat member should leave India without informing the investigative team: Delhi top cop

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Not a single foreign Tablighi Jamaat member should leave India without informing the investigative team, Commissioner of Delhi Police SN Shrivastava issued directions to his unit heads associated with a case filed against the religious group. A total 1,306 foreign nationals were Tablighi Jamaat participants, out of which 250 were found in Delhi. The foreigners, […]

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HC declines to entertain plea claiming telecom services illegally stopped during protests in Delhi

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The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined to entertain a plea which alleged that telecom services were disrupted in various parts of the national capital during the anti-citizenship law protests in violation of rules. A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar refused to entertain the PIL after Additional Solicitor […]

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Yemeni student’s plea agst deportation: Reply sought

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The Delhi High Court today sought the response of the Centre on a Yemeni student’s plea that he be not deported to his country as his life is under threat there. Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva issued notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs and sought its reply on the student’s plea by January 30 after Additional […]

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US fails to serve summons to websites: MHA to court

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“The US authorities are unable to “execute” the request for assistance in serving summons to 11 US-based websites, including Facebook and Google, accused of promoting class enmity and undermining national integrity,” told by the Ministry of Home Affairs to a court here in Delhi. The Ministry of Home Affairs told Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja that they have received a communication […]

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CWG case: Summons against 3 Swiss Timing officials sent to MHA

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CBI has forwarded to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) the summons to be served abroad to three officials of Switzerland-based Swiss Timing Limited for their alleged role in a 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG) related corruption case in which sacked CWG Organising Committee (OC) chairman Suresh Kalmadi, among others, is facing trial. The agency has […]

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CAT quashes repatriation of women IB official

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The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) quashed the repatriation order passed by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) sending back a senior woman Intelligence Bureau (IB) official on deputation here, saying that it was arbitrary, malicious and malafide. The CAT bench comprising K B Suresh and Naresh Gupta ordered the Ministry of Home Affairs, Intelligence Bureau (IB), Delhi, […]

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Explain urgency for prohibitory order: Court to cops

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The High Court has been asked the city police to explain as to how a special executive magistrate can be vested with the power to impose prohibitory orders under section 144 of CrPC for up to six months despite the same being contrary to the fundamental rights of citizens. “Issue notice (to Delhi Police). You file […]

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Notice to Centre on plea for CBI probe into cop’s death

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The Delhi High Court today sought replies of the Centre and the city police to a plea for CBI probe into Constable Subhash Tomar’s death owing to alleged injuries received by him during the anti-rape stir here. “Issue notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Delhi Government and the Delhi Police. Responses be filed […]

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HC to hear PIL against S-144 during anti-rape stir

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The Delhi High Court agreed to hear a PIL challenging imposition of prohibitory orders in and around India Gate here on the ground of maintaining public tranquility during the stir against the gang rape of a girl. “We are simply re notifying the matter on next Wednesday (January 2),” a bench of justices Siddharth Mridul […]

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Limited scope to interfere with state’s disciplinary action:HC

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There is “limited scope” of judicial scrutiny of administrative and disciplinary actions of the state against its employees unless they are marred with “procedural impropriety”, the Delhi High Court has ruled. “In writ jurisdiction, the high court has limited scope of interference in the administrative action of state in exercise of extra ordinary jurisdiction… “The […]

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