Profile of Ushinor Majumdar
Verma, 61, was removed two days after he was reinstated by the Supreme Court and with barely a few weeks left for his tenure to end.
Alok Verma’s term as CBI director ends on January 31.
Nearly five years after riding to power, PM Narendra Modi’s vow to punish the “corrupt” appears to have run out of steam.
More and more of Kamathipura, Mumbai’s oldest red-light area, has been on sale for big realty fish
The Centre says its stand that the CAG placed an audit on the price of the Rafale jets before the PAC was incorrect.
The judgement is a major relief for the Modi government which is gearing up for re-election in a few months. An ongoing probe into a defence procurement would have created a major hurdle for the BJP in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
A UK court rules that Vijay Mallya may be extradited
Justice Kurian Joseph who retired from the Supreme Court on Thursday, says today's media is more into what public is interested in rather than in 'public interest'.
Devika was one of the few teenage witnesses whose testimonies led to Kasab’s conviction and ultimately his execution. But being victims and witnesses of the 26/11 terrorist attacks carried a strange stigma for the family.
The 26/11 frame is an apt one to survey and take stock of India’s readiness and/or vulnerabilities today. Sheer shock and awe ensured it was a day of reckoning for India’s internal security apparatus: its strengths and weaknesses were on public display.
How much has the MDMA progressed in its probe into Rajiv Gandhi’s killing in two decades?
In the 2013 state assembly polls, the Congress had secured 40.3 per cent of the vote share and 39 seats, which was not far from the BJP’s 41.18 per cent and 49 seats.
Articulate dissenter, votary of individual liberty, son: who is the liberals’ new darling?
Sceptics and those close to the absconding businessman hope that he may beat the charges and come out unscathed from what has turned into one of the biggest political issues of recent times.
The CJI, who retires in October, cannot give a ‘final verdict’ on Ayodhya, contrary to media speculation
Supreme Court judge Justice Indu Mahotra said on Thursday that “History owes an apology to the members of this [LGBTQIA] community”.
The SC has said that homosexuality or bisexuality is “as natural a phenomenon as other natural biological phenomena.
Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh together account for nearly half the number of primary health centres running without doctors in the country. The three poll-bound states have a medical emergency of a different kind.
The arrest of activists on the opposite pole of the RSS actuates the Supreme Court into action
The police in Dhaka detained Alam on the night of August 5 and he was remanded to police custody for a week on charges of ‘spreading propaganda and false information against the government’.
The triple talaq bill made big noise when it was drafted last year, but it is still to serve its purpose
The Muzaffarpur and Deoria revelations outraged people’s conscience, but the rot in shelter homes goes far beyond. The failure is pervasive and systemic.
Legally dead due to clerical error or greedy relatives, thousands live in limbo in Azamgarh.
The Narmada waters politics and industry while farmers and fishermen suffer in Gujarat
A vacation bench is set to look into a rehash of a seven-year-old petition against a top ED officer on charges the Supreme Court had already probed as did the CBI and CVC. Why?