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    Delhi High Court

    The High Court of Delhi was established on 31 October 1966. The High Court of Delhi was established with four judges. They were Chief Justice K. S. Hegde, Justice I. D. Dua, Justice H. R. Khanna and Justice S. K. Kapur.

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    CJI under RTI? SC to decide on Wednesday
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    CJI under RTI? SC to decide on Wednesday

    The Supreme Court will on Wednesday decide whether the Chief Justice of India would come under the Right to Information (RTI) or not.

    Tis Hazari clash: Lawyers calls for complete abstinence from work in Delhi district courts
    National

    Tis Hazari clash: Lawyers calls for complete abstinence from work in Delhi district courts

    As the meeting between lawyers and Delhi Police failed to bring any resolution, advocates will on Monday continue to stage a protest by abstaining from work at all district courts in the national capital.

    Received fair relief by HC, says Delhi Police chief, urges cops to maintain discipline, order
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    Received fair relief by HC, says Delhi Police chief, urges cops to maintain discipline, order

    Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Wednesday said that they have received a fair relief by the Delhi High Court in their review petition and urged the police personnel to maintain discipline and order.

    Tis Hazari clash: Delhi HC refuses to clarify previous order
    National

    Tis Hazari clash: Delhi HC refuses to clarify previous order

    While hearing the petition filed by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in the Tis Hazari clash, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday declined to give any clarification or modification of its earlier order saying that it was "self-explanatory"

    Tis Hazari violence: Simmering discontent within Delhi Police
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    Tis Hazari violence: Simmering discontent within Delhi Police

    The daylong protest by thousands of police personnel here on Tuesday has jolted the top brass of the Delhi Police, especially Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik.

    Remembered for her leadership by Delhi cops, Kiran Bedi gets emotional
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    Remembered for her leadership by Delhi cops, Kiran Bedi gets emotional

    Hours after Delhi Police personnel protesting outside the Police Headquarters remembered one of their most beloved officers with loud chants of "Kiran Bedi lao, Delhi Police bachao", the Puducherry Lt. Governor took to Twitter to share her memories and emotions of an era gone by when the national capital had seen similar scenes of protesting as they vented anger over their colleagues being thrashed by lawyers.

    Tis Hazari Court clash: HC issues notice to BCI, other Bar associations
    National

    Tis Hazari Court clash: HC issues notice to BCI, other Bar associations

    Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to Bar Council of India (BCI) and other Bar associations on an application filed by Centre/Ministry of Home Affairs seeking modification of November 3 order for no coercive action against lawyers, be not applicable to subsequent incidents.

    Cop protest: MHA intervenes, asks DP chief to solve issue
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    Cop protest: MHA intervenes, asks DP chief to solve issue

    The Union Home Ministry here on Tuesday directed Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to address the situation arising out of protest by hundreds of cops against assault of some of their colleagues by lawyers in the last few days.

    Tis Hazari clash: Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik appeals protesting cops to resume duties
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    Tis Hazari clash: Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik appeals protesting cops to resume duties

    Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Tuesday appealed the cops who were staging a protest here over the Tis Hazari clash, to resume their duties.

    Police vs lawyers: LG promises justice
    National

    Police vs lawyers: LG promises justice

    As hundreds of Delhi Police personnel hit the streets on Tuesday, the Special Commissioner of Police (Intelligence) briefed Lt Governor Anil Baijal who promised that no injustice shall be allowed to be done to any member of the force.

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