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No sex to husband may result in divorce!

The husband had challenged a trial court order of March dismissing his divorce petition in Delhi High Court. Trial court had dismissed his petition on the ground that the instances of cruelty pleaded and proved by him did not satisfy the standard of cruelty as per the provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. 130 more words

Delhi DB raises the bar of burden of proof on the Defendant to establish a credible challenge

A bench comprising of Justice BD Ahmed and Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva recently passed an order granting an injunction in a patent matter. The DB reversed an order of Justice Manmohan Singh who had denied the injunction. 472 more words

Marital rape: Sexual intercourse by man with wife not rape, Centre to HC

The Union government on Monday defended, before the Delhi High Court, the Indian Penal Code provision that says sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife, who is not under 15 years of age, is not rape. 147 more words


Delhi High Court extends bail for RSPL officials

The Delhi High Court on Monday extended the bail of three Rathi Steel and Power Ltd (RSPL) officials, chief executive officer Udit Rathi (aged 34 years), managing director Padeep Rathi (aged 60 years) and assistant general manager Kushal Aggarwal (aged 35 years). 149 more words


Ericsson on a spree of favourable orders

Delhi High Court passed an interim injunction order in the ongoing case of Telefonktiebolaget LM Ericsson v. Lava International Ltd that prevents Lava from importing, exporting, manufacturing, and selling any mobile phones that use Ericsson’s 8 SEP patents and technology.The defendant is also barred from exporting the impugned goods. 463 more words

Capital Plastic Industries v. Happy Plastic Industries

Capital Plastic Industries v. Happy Plastic Industries

1988 PTC 182

Brief Facts:

As per the Plaintiff, the Plaintiff started using the trademark RABBER from 1983 in respect of thermos jug. 581 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Relief For Buyers Of Under-Construction Flats, Court Says No Service Tax

The Delhi High Court has ruled that no service tax can be levied in respect of the agreements entered into between buyers and builders for flats in an under-construction building in a housing project. 317 more words

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