“On the basis of law, we have decided that Kairana-like incidents won’t happen again,” the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said in Lucknow.
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J.P. Singh allegedly accepted “huge bribes” from hawala operators as well as bookies while investigating the Surat hawala racket and IPL betting cases.
The delay comes after the CBFC sent the film back because the forms were ‘incomplete’ and the makers and actors of the film faced numerous threats of violence.
The films were “removed without any intimation, discussion or recourse to the jury which has the final say according to the Indian Panorama regulations”, they said.
“The novel is impressive for its intensity and rich detail, and for exploring the tragic heart of war with such quiet eloquence.”
Maya Mirchandani interviews former additional secretary in the cabinet secretariat and president of the Centre for China Analysis and Strategy Jayadeva Ranade about his new book, ‘Xi Jinping’s China’.
Gogoi has been in jail since September 13 and has been charged under the National Security Act.
The actor criticised the government for not condemning those making open threats of violence.
With reports of foreign diplomats leaving Delhi, the Dominican Republic’s ambassador to India met with MEA officials on Friday to share their diplomatic community’s concerns.
The defence minister clarified that not “a single procedure was violated” during the purchase and that when the Modi government came to power, “the situation was grim” and that it had “to move forward fast”.
In an open letter, Mevani has alleged that the controversy was a conspiracy against Patel, a strong challenger to the BJP government in Gujarat.
Vinod Dua discusses the politics of credit ratings and PM Modi’s statement on the National Press Day.
The Registrar General of India has sought permission from the Supreme Court to push the deadline for updating the National Register of Citizens in Assam to July 31 2018.
“If you vote for us, you will be better off. If you don’t vote for us, the difficulties will become obvious to you.”
Vinod Dua discusses allegations of corruption in the Rafale deal and lack of access to sanitation in India.
The blank editorial, published on National Press Day, highlights the grave threat posed by state government’s ‘black law’ to journalism.
The state government’s letter also says that the censor board should take into account “people’s views” while making a decision on the film.
Her husband was allegedly denied ration because she could not go along with him to provide her biometrics at the ration shop.
Vinod Dua discusses important findings from the report ‘India: Health of the Nation’s States’ released by the government and Abul Kalam Azad.
Arfa Khanum Sherwani talks about the ‘Mahapadav’ gathering led by workers and trade unions across India who gathered in Delhi last week to protest against the BJP government’s economic policies.
Disregarding appeals for implementing reservation quotas, other IIMs have issued admission notices not in compliance with the law.
“I want the ministry to go by the rule and not overlook the jury’s decision. They should behave like a democracy, not a dictatorship,” Sasidharan said.
Alwar police have said that the victim Umar Mohammed and two others injured in the attack were cow smugglers and were transporting cattle in a stolen vehicle.
With a net debt of 443 billion rupees as of end-March, RCom is the most leveraged among listed Indian telecom companies.
Vinod Dua discusses how cash transactions have increased contrary to one of the goals of demonetisation and why the BJP and RSS are attempting to tarnish Jawaharlal Nehru’s legacy.
The Dalit Shoshan Mukti Manch has urged the rights body to address the ‘grave injustice and human rights violation’ against the Bhim Army chief, in custody since June 8.
The chief minister also said that “distorting history” is akin to sedition and that “Pakistan” is used as an abuse in Europe, as is “Paki”.
All three judges on the bench hearing the matter ought to have recused themselves, going by the Supreme Court’s own judgments and precedents.
The last meeting of officials of the four countries took place in May 2007 in the Filipino capital on the sidelines of the ASEAN Regional Forum.
“It’s a very sad day in the history of the judiciary which is certainly going to undermine the image of the judiciary and even public confidence in the judiciary.”
“Living standards have fallen, joblessness and job insecurity has increased, and the country’s self-reliance is threatened by your government’s policies.”
“Why was the Aadhaar card made mandatory when the Centre can’t provide the software for issuing it to each citizen?” the Justice asked.
At the heart of the case is the attempt by a medical college to get recognition despite failing to meet the standards needed to admit students and charge fees from them.
Vinod Dua discusses how the BJP has started resembling Congress and solutions for the Delhi smog.
One bench of the Supreme Court rarely recalls the decision of another bench within the span of one month, when the judges of the earlier bench are yet to retire.
Vinod Dua discusses how demonetisation affected jobs and economic growth, and Indians who figure in the Paradise Papers leaks.
Swadeshi Jagran Manch convener Ashwani Mahajan and Jawaharlal Nehru University professor Himanshu join Maya Mirchandani to discuss the mixed balance-sheet.
According to the Central Pollution Control Board, moisture in the air coupled with a complete absence of wind has led to this situation.
The circular was issued soon after Smriti Irani’s induction into the ministry.
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