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.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed Anant Raj Limited, a real estate company, to pay the due installment till April 25 to Yes Bank.
Delhi High Court on Monday agreed to hear a petition seeking directions to the Central government to organise a special flight to evacuate those in distress in New York amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
The Delhi High Court on Monday reserved its order on the interim bail plea of Christian Michel, an alleged middleman in the Agusta Westland VVIP chopper scam case, in the view of the risk of him contracting coronavirus in prison.
The Central government on Friday informed the Delhi High Court that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has established a 24/7 helpline to address the queries by Indian students and community abroad.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Yes Bank to file a response on a private company's plea regarding not to take coercive or adverse steps for its failure in paying loan instalments.
Delhi High Court has issued a notice to Delhi government on a public interest litigation seeking the appointment of an advocate general to represent and provide legal advise to the Government of Delhi.
The AAP government on Monday informed the Delhi High Court that officials are making all efforts to help the riot victims in the north-east district in the national capital by providing them food and medicine amid the nationwide lockdown.
The Central government on Monday informed the Delhi High Court that all possible help with regards to accommodation, food and medical aid is being provided to all citizens of India who are abroad and who get in touch with the respective Consulates and Embassies or Nodal Officers.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the central government to contact the Indian students stranded in Bangladesh amid the coronavirus lockdown and ensure they are getting basic amenities and medical attention.
A public interest litigation (PIL) was on Monday moved in Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Central government to provide medical and life insurance to journalists, reporters and other media persons of at least Rs 50 lakh each.