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Further erosion of prestige of Election Commission

The prestige of Election Commission of India has further gone down as questions are being once again raised about its competence and integrity. The Commission has revealed presence of over 1.2 lakh bogus voters in the electoral lists of Delhi which is going to the polls soon. 364 more words

Narendra Modi

RTI can be used even if info available through other means: Delhi High Court

The court, in a landmark order which will impact number of RTI cases of similar nature, allowed a petition seeking disclosure of communication between Urban Development Ministry officials with those of CBI–an exempted organisation–in a corruption case. 157 more words

National

Jewellery valuation counter for international fliers at Delhi airport

Earlier, a flier had to travel to about 30 kms from the airport to appraisals counters at Jhandewalan area in the national capital to declare expensive jewellery and to take a certificate in this regard. 163 more words

State

Delhi High Court lifts interim ban on importing and selling of OnePlus Smartphone in India

Delhi High Court on Wednesday lifted the interim ban imposed on the import and sale of OnePlus One smartphone in the Indian market. OnePlus is now expected to resume the import and sales of the phone. 242 more words

Mobile

Delhi High Court temporarily lifts OnePlus One ban

Micromax (which recently launched the Yurkea smartphone under the brand name “YU Digital”), had an exclusivity agreement for using the Cyanogen OS in India, and took OnePlus to court… 262 more words

Android

A bank guarantee has to be interpreted like a contract

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 – Section 9 – Interim measure of restraining from invoking and encashing the bank guarantees furnished – 5,460 more words

Arbitration Law

Make My Trip (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Make My Tours Pvt. Ltd. (Delhi High Court)

Trade Mark – the plaintiff has been able to make out a strong prima facie case in its favour and the balance of convenience also lies in favour of the plaintiff and against the defendants. 2,677 more words

Delhi High Court