The petition also sought a direction to the DGCA to publish on its website within three months all safety audit reports pertaining to airline operators from year 2000 till date.
The Delhi High Court has stayed the Centre's notification directing all states to take stern action against unauthorised fitting of crash guards or bull bars on vehicles.
Relying on a judgement passed by the Supreme Court last month on a similar issue, the high court said the octroi collecting contractors have to pay stamp duty under the provisions of the Bombay Stamp Act.
Justice Rajiv Shakdher also asked how the Speaker of the Assembly, Ram Niwas Goel, can hold the official back without the consent of his parent department.
The bench however permitted the BMC commissioner to make an exception and consider such applications only in cases of "extreme emergency" that involved threats of loss to human life or property.
The petition claimed that the order was arbitrary and that it was passed without following the principles of natural justice.
The bench said IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir are not being banished forever from T1 and this part relocation was only a temporary measure.
The observations came while the court was hearing an appeal filed by the CBI challenging the discharge of former Gujarat IPS officer NK Amin, one of the 15 accused who have been discharged from the case by the special court.
The high court collegium first sends the names to the law ministry, which after getting inputs from the intelligence bureau sends the files to the SC collegium.
The Delhi High Court has decided to transfer from the joint registrar to a court the ongoing cross-examination of Arun Jaitley in a defamation suit filed by him against AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and five other party leaders.
The petition was transferred to the NCLT under the new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC).
Justice Vibhu Bakhru said he will hear the pleas of the MLAs, challenging the Centre's notification which had disqualified 20 legislators, after lunch.
The Kerala High Court has made scathing observations against political parties for using "hartal" as a mode of agitation in the state, saying such form of strikes hit the state's economy and image.
The RJD leader's advocate Chittaranjan Sinha said the court will hear his petitions likely on January 19.
In a bid to prevent PILs by fictitious persons, the Madras High Court has directed its registry to collect the litigants' Aadhaar card copy along with other documents at the time of filing.
Uttarakhand government had filed the appeal stating that the high court had erred in passing several mandatory directions which were not harmonious with the guidelines of National Disaster Management Authority.
The high court had in December 2017 struck down rules mandating pictorial health warnings to cover 85 percent of tobacco products packaging space, holding that they violated fundamental rights and the right to trade.
Prasad's lawyer Prabhat Kumar told PTI that Prasad's lawyers will move the high court either on Friday or next Monday.
The first bench of Chief Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice R Hemalatha dismissed the petition by one R Kumaravel seeking to restrain the state government from observing December 5 as the death anniversary of Jayalalithaa.
Justice Indermeet Kaur heard arguments on behalf of the Sasikala-T T V Dhinakaran group, the poll panel and the faction of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami and O Panneerselvam and said it will pass an order at 4 PM today.
The plea for urgent hearing of the matter was mentioned before a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar and sought quashing of the November 23 order of the Election Commission of India (ECI).
The court also insisted that punishment for cow slaughter should be increased from three-years jail term to life imprisonment.
The Union Budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley recently may have proposed that the Income-Tax Department can carry out raids without disclosing â€˜reason to believe‘ but the Chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) says the common man has nothing to worry.
Lokayukta Police has converted Rs 1.61 crores, seized in now banned Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes in the last 10 years, into fixed deposits as per court a Madhya Pradesh High Court order.
Delhi High Court has barred leading mobile phone maker 'Intex' from selling its Aqua brand handsets and its accessories in the local market, taking note of a trademark infringement plea of market rival 'Aqua Mobiles'.