July 04, 2020
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Nithari Killers Get Death Penalty For The Second Time. Will The Verdict Be Upheld Again?
Jul 24, 2017
NDTV Fires Around 70 Staffers, Editors Say The Company Is Shifting To MoJo
This comes close on the heels of an income tax assessment of NDTV in a case related to the investment of $150 million in 2008
Jul 24, 2017
New Beef Ban Rules And Cow Protection Vigilantes, Both On Supreme Court Menu
With the outrage swelling, a question the Supreme Court has to decide if the right to choice of food is indeed guaranteed by the Constitution.
Jul 05, 2017
Election Commission To Go Ahead With AAP MLAs Disqualification Case: Sneak Preview Into AAP MLAs Defence
As of now, the ECI has only decided on the issue of maintainability. It will decide the petition on merits later in August.
Jun 24, 2017
Narada.com Shuts Shop, Journalists Threaten Hunger Strike Over Dues
More than 20 former employees of the web portal have taken to social media to announce that they have sued Narada.com and its editor Mathew Samuel in a labour court in Delhi.
May 28, 2017
Modi Govt Recommmended Slew Of Legal Reforms. But Will Justice Be Delivered In Simpler Language?
There are several, long-awaited legislative reforms undertaken such as in indirect taxes and most notably the Disabilities Bill.
May 25, 2017
Split Looms In BJP-NPF Coalition In Nagaland; New Partnership Likely To Emerge
Former CM Nephiu Rio is also likely to form his own party and forge a new partnership with the BJP following rumours of a secret meeting with BJP national chief Amit Shah.
May 12, 2017
Five Judges Of Five Faiths But No Woman Judge In Supreme Court Bench Hearing 'Triple Talaq'
While this custom itself is being questioned as patriarchal, there are no women to decide the issue.
May 11, 2017
Kashmir Can’t Be Described As India-Occupied Or India-Administered: India at UN
In the same breath, the Indian delegation also defined terrorism as a violation of human rights and urged countries to acknowledge and condemn it as such.
May 05, 2017
'Human Rights Training Low Priority In Police Departments': Indian NHRC To UN
The NHRC has noted that India’s high number of judicial vacancies are often blamed for the slow legal process, but it had observed that neither the judiciary nor the legislature seem keen on judicial reforms
May 02, 2017
Money Is In The Journey: Tourism Sector Is Key To Revival of Indian Economy
The Long Winter: Border Face-off Dashes Hopes Of Tourism In Ladakh
'Following All Globally Accepted Norms': ICMR Clarifies To Dispel Concerns Over Covid Vaccine
‘Restore J-K’s Statehood With Dignity, We Won’t Beg For It’: Congress Tells BJP
What A Monastery Can Teach Us About Isolation During The Pandemic
Cricket Diaries | When Gary ‘Glittering’ Gilmour Left Lillee, Thomson In His Wake
OBITUARY | Sir Everton Weekes, Butcher And A Gentleman
Guilty Conscience And Sheer Neglect Of Legacy: Congress Has Lost Narasimha Rao To BJP
Sanjay Jha Is Right About Congress But He Also Symbolises What Ails The Party
PM CARES To Ladakh Standoff: The Govt's Use Of Opaque Filters
Big Punch Of The Little Magazine
No Flights To Kolkata From Delhi, Mumbai, 4 Other Cities From July 6-19
House Of Vikas Dubey, Gangster Involved In Killing Of 8 Cops, Razed
Covid Patient Kept In Ambulance Entire Day After Mumbai Hospitals Turn Him Away
Pune Man Wears Gold Mask Worth Nearly Rs 3 Lakh
ISRO's Mangalyaan Captures Image Of Mars's Biggest Moon Phobos
'Only When A Cop Is Killed That Society Sees Them As Human'
We Stay Clear Of Engagement With Kohli For Obvious Reasons: Hazlewood
EPL: United March On, Leicester Back On Track
S Sreesanth Expresses Dersire To Play Under MS Dhoni 'Bhai' Or Virat Kohli's RCB In IPL
8 UP Policemen Killed In Encounter With Criminals In Kanpur; CM Orders Strict Action
How Much Would You Pay For A Kidney?
Bollywood Choreographer Saroj Khan Dies At 71