The high court said the earlier affidavit filed by the university was not satisfactory as no specific timelines have been given for the issuance of digital degree certificates and for transmission of data to Digilocker and the affidavit was "quite cryptic".
The directions were issued by a bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad while hearing a PIL by advocate Rakesh Malhotra seeking increase in the COVID-19 testing numbers in the national capital and getting speedy results.
Authorities like the DDA are obligated to ensure that places of worship are not created on public land by unscrupulous persons through encroachment, the Delhi High Court has said.
Kishore Biyani-led Future Retail Ltd (FRL) on Monday said it is “reviewing” the Delhi High Court order that has rejected its plea to restrain Amazon from writing to regulatory authorities about the SIAC arbitral order against its asset sale under a Rs 24,713 crore deal with Reliance.
A Delhi court Monday ordered framing of charges against Kashmiri separatist Aasiya Andrabi and her two associates for allegedly waging war against India, sedition and conspiracy to commit acts of terror in the country.
The Delhi High Court on Monday rapped the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for its "anti-student attitude", saying it was "treating students as enemies" by dragging them all the way to the Supreme Court in certain matters.
The Central Government on Monday informed the Delhi High Court that transgenders shall be now included as a separate gender category in prison statistics reports. This comes after a public suit was filed in the Delhi High Court seeking a direction to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) to recognize and classify transgenders as a separate third gender in their annual publication of prison statistics.
Justice A J Bhambhani noted that the police departments of both Bihar and Delhi are saying in unison that they cannot assure Shahbuddin’s custody and safety and alternatively, they are saying that they would need to deploy inordinately vast resources, if his custody and safety is to be ensured.
The Delhi High Court has ruled that an adult/major girl is "free to reside wherever and with whoever she wishes to reside".
The plea had sought grant of paid leaves for four days a month to all classes of women employees.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday refused to interfere with Delhi government's decision to ban Chhath Puja celebrations at public places like ponds and riverbanks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Delhi High Court has decided that its blanket order extending all interim stays and bails granted prior to and during the COVID-19 lockdown would not remain in effect after October 31.
The Delhi high court on Wednesday pulled up the Delhi government observing that 150 judicial officials are due to be posted in the next couple of months and directed the AAP government to release the required sum of Rs 2,52,10,178 from its budget to the district courts without any delay.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined to strike down with its administrative order which makes it mandatory to file petitions and suits, accompanied with affidavits which are duly attested by the oath commissioner.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday observed that its blanket order extending interim bails and paroles granted to prisoners in view of the COVID-19 pandemic should come to an end as the number of infected persons in jails here was only three.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday sought the Centre's response on separate pleas by two same sex couples, one seeking to get married under the Special Marriage Act (SMA) and the other seeking registration of their wedding in the US under the Foreign Marriage Act (FMA).
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday suggested to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to put in place a system for students to change their names, surnames or other details in their class 10 and 12 mark sheets and certificates.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the Centre to ensure no pubic servant continues to occupy for long the residential accommodation allotted to him/her after their retirement from service.