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  • ML Khattar Says 'Satisfied' With His Own Management Of Dera Violence

    ML Khattar Says 'Satisfied' With His Own Management Of Dera Violence

    After a meeting with BJP chief Amit Shah today, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who has been facing intense criticism over his management of last week's crisis, gave himself top marks. His government, Mr Khattar said, handled the situation with "minimum force and minimum loss" and he was "satisfied".

  • Marital Rape As Crime Will Hit Institution Of Marriage: Centre To Court

    Marital Rape As Crime Will Hit Institution Of Marriage: Centre To Court

    Introducing the concept of rape in a marriage will make men vulnerable to harassment by their wives and destabilize the institution of marriage, the government told the Delhi High Court today. The response came following petitions by women's groups who want marital rape to be legally recognized and penalized.

  • Right To Privacy Judgment: Supreme Court Quotes 9 Points From US List

    Right To Privacy Judgment: Supreme Court Quotes 9 Points From US List

    It's a fundamental right, and now, thanks to the Supreme Court we have it. But Right to Privacy is a term which applies to so many aspect of our lives. From our digital information like our Whatsapps and e-mails to our personal information -- our biometrics and even other personal details like our sexual choices. In an instance of clarity, Justice ...

  • In Supreme Court's Right To Privacy Judgment, A Touch of Rainbow

    In Supreme Court's Right To Privacy Judgment, A Touch of Rainbow

    A landmark Supreme Court judgment today which declared that privacy is a fundamental right of all Indians, has also brought cheer to the gay and LGBT communities. The court indicated that right to privacy is valid even in the context of Section 377 --- a law that criminalises what was once seen as unnatural sex. Right of privacy cannot be denied "e...

  • Have 100 Questions For Karti Chidambaram, CBI Official Tells NDTV

    Have 100 Questions For Karti Chidambaram, CBI Official Tells NDTV

    A list of 100 questions - that's what faced Karti Chidambaram when he turned up at the offices of the Central Bureau of Investigation today. Depending on how many he can answer, and how satisfactory the answers are, the agency will decide whether to call him tomorrow, an official told NDTV.

  • 'My Petitions Speak For Themselves,' Karti Chidambaram Before CBI Questioning

    'My Petitions Speak For Themselves,' Karti Chidambaram Before CBI Questioning

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, arrived at the CBI office today for questioning in a corruption case following a Supreme Court order. "My petitions in court speak for themselves," the 45-year-old told NDTV as he walked in.

  • Sprawling Delhi Farmhouse, A Popular Film Set, Was Running Casino. Busted

    Sprawling Delhi Farmhouse, A Popular Film Set, Was Running Casino. Busted

    A casino operating from a sprawling farmhouse in south Delhi also used for shooting TV shows was raided by the police last night and 30 people were arrested. Thirteen luxury cars were seized from the 13-acre farmhouse on Dera Mandi road.

  • 'Well-Dressed' Super Burglar Caught In Delhi. Google Search Helped Cops

    'Well-Dressed' Super Burglar Caught In Delhi. Google Search Helped Cops

    A "super burglar" who claimed to rob only politicians and bureaucrats in Delhi and managed quite a stash of watches, gold jewellery and gadgets was arrested on August 15 Independence Day, the police today said. 27-year-old Siddharth Mehrotra, the son of a retired bank official, allegedly pulled off several burglaries in south Delhi's Vasant Kunj in...

  • Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    A huge number of donations to political parties came from unknown sources over the last four years -- a practice the Election Commission has been trying to discourage. More than 3,000 donations in this period came without donors' details like Permanent Account Number (PAN) or addresses, said the Delhi-based think tank, Association of Democratic Rig...

  • Final Hearings On Ayodhya To Begin In Supreme Court On December 5

    Final Hearings On Ayodhya To Begin In Supreme Court On December 5

    Whether a temple to Lord Ram can be built in Ayodhya at the site where the Babri Masjid was razed will be taken up by the Supreme Court at the end of the year.

  • Chant 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' Separatist Was Asked. What Court Said.

    Chant '<i>Bharat Mata Ki Jai</i>' Separatist Was Asked. What Court Said.

    A government lawyer challenged Kashmiri separatist Shabir Shah to chant 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' to prove his patriotism in court proceedings in the national capital on Thursday but the public prosecutor was promptly rebuked by the judge. The courtroom isn't a "television studio", Judge Sidharth Sharma said, chiding the Enforcement Directorate's lawyer...

  • Vishal Rana, Main Accused In Mohammad Akhlaq's Murder, Gets Bail

    Vishal Rana, Main Accused In Mohammad Akhlaq's Murder, Gets Bail

    The Allahabad High Court on Monday granted bail to Vishal Rana, who is seen as the main conspirator in the killing of Mohammad Akhlaq in Dadri over suspicion of slaughtering a cow. Eighteen accused were arrested and this is the 14th bail in the two-year-old murder case.

  • In Hour Of Political Crisis, Lalu Yadav, Family Face New Case For Corruption

    In Hour Of Political Crisis, Lalu Yadav, Family Face New Case For Corruption

    The Lalu Yadav family could be in more trouble. The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday also stepped in to probe money laundering by the former railways minister and his family in a railway hotel allotment case being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • 'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    Privacy is a fundamental right, the centre conceded today in the Supreme Court, but emphasized that there is a qualifier. The government has so far argued that privacy is not a basic right in the constitution and therefore cannot be applied to the Aadhaar programme for which the fingerprints and iris scans of millions of Indians have been recorded.

  • Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today told a Delhi court that it has firm evidence that seven Hurriyat Conference separatists arrested yesterday used money got from Pakistan through hawala to pay people to burn schools and throw stones during protests in the Kashmir Valley since last year, fuelling unrest.

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'Tanima Biswas' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • ML Khattar Says 'Satisfied' With His Own Management Of Dera Violence

    ML Khattar Says 'Satisfied' With His Own Management Of Dera Violence

    After a meeting with BJP chief Amit Shah today, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who has been facing intense criticism over his management of last week's crisis, gave himself top marks. His government, Mr Khattar said, handled the situation with "minimum force and minimum loss" and he was "satisfied".

  • Marital Rape As Crime Will Hit Institution Of Marriage: Centre To Court

    Marital Rape As Crime Will Hit Institution Of Marriage: Centre To Court

    Introducing the concept of rape in a marriage will make men vulnerable to harassment by their wives and destabilize the institution of marriage, the government told the Delhi High Court today. The response came following petitions by women's groups who want marital rape to be legally recognized and penalized.

  • Right To Privacy Judgment: Supreme Court Quotes 9 Points From US List

    Right To Privacy Judgment: Supreme Court Quotes 9 Points From US List

    It's a fundamental right, and now, thanks to the Supreme Court we have it. But Right to Privacy is a term which applies to so many aspect of our lives. From our digital information like our Whatsapps and e-mails to our personal information -- our biometrics and even other personal details like our sexual choices. In an instance of clarity, Justice ...

  • In Supreme Court's Right To Privacy Judgment, A Touch of Rainbow

    In Supreme Court's Right To Privacy Judgment, A Touch of Rainbow

    A landmark Supreme Court judgment today which declared that privacy is a fundamental right of all Indians, has also brought cheer to the gay and LGBT communities. The court indicated that right to privacy is valid even in the context of Section 377 --- a law that criminalises what was once seen as unnatural sex. Right of privacy cannot be denied "e...

  • Have 100 Questions For Karti Chidambaram, CBI Official Tells NDTV

    Have 100 Questions For Karti Chidambaram, CBI Official Tells NDTV

    A list of 100 questions - that's what faced Karti Chidambaram when he turned up at the offices of the Central Bureau of Investigation today. Depending on how many he can answer, and how satisfactory the answers are, the agency will decide whether to call him tomorrow, an official told NDTV.

  • 'My Petitions Speak For Themselves,' Karti Chidambaram Before CBI Questioning

    'My Petitions Speak For Themselves,' Karti Chidambaram Before CBI Questioning

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, arrived at the CBI office today for questioning in a corruption case following a Supreme Court order. "My petitions in court speak for themselves," the 45-year-old told NDTV as he walked in.

  • Sprawling Delhi Farmhouse, A Popular Film Set, Was Running Casino. Busted

    Sprawling Delhi Farmhouse, A Popular Film Set, Was Running Casino. Busted

    A casino operating from a sprawling farmhouse in south Delhi also used for shooting TV shows was raided by the police last night and 30 people were arrested. Thirteen luxury cars were seized from the 13-acre farmhouse on Dera Mandi road.

  • 'Well-Dressed' Super Burglar Caught In Delhi. Google Search Helped Cops

    'Well-Dressed' Super Burglar Caught In Delhi. Google Search Helped Cops

    A "super burglar" who claimed to rob only politicians and bureaucrats in Delhi and managed quite a stash of watches, gold jewellery and gadgets was arrested on August 15 Independence Day, the police today said. 27-year-old Siddharth Mehrotra, the son of a retired bank official, allegedly pulled off several burglaries in south Delhi's Vasant Kunj in...

  • Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    A huge number of donations to political parties came from unknown sources over the last four years -- a practice the Election Commission has been trying to discourage. More than 3,000 donations in this period came without donors' details like Permanent Account Number (PAN) or addresses, said the Delhi-based think tank, Association of Democratic Rig...

  • Final Hearings On Ayodhya To Begin In Supreme Court On December 5

    Final Hearings On Ayodhya To Begin In Supreme Court On December 5

    Whether a temple to Lord Ram can be built in Ayodhya at the site where the Babri Masjid was razed will be taken up by the Supreme Court at the end of the year.

  • Chant 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' Separatist Was Asked. What Court Said.

    Chant '<i>Bharat Mata Ki Jai</i>' Separatist Was Asked. What Court Said.

    A government lawyer challenged Kashmiri separatist Shabir Shah to chant 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' to prove his patriotism in court proceedings in the national capital on Thursday but the public prosecutor was promptly rebuked by the judge. The courtroom isn't a "television studio", Judge Sidharth Sharma said, chiding the Enforcement Directorate's lawyer...

  • Vishal Rana, Main Accused In Mohammad Akhlaq's Murder, Gets Bail

    Vishal Rana, Main Accused In Mohammad Akhlaq's Murder, Gets Bail

    The Allahabad High Court on Monday granted bail to Vishal Rana, who is seen as the main conspirator in the killing of Mohammad Akhlaq in Dadri over suspicion of slaughtering a cow. Eighteen accused were arrested and this is the 14th bail in the two-year-old murder case.

  • In Hour Of Political Crisis, Lalu Yadav, Family Face New Case For Corruption

    In Hour Of Political Crisis, Lalu Yadav, Family Face New Case For Corruption

    The Lalu Yadav family could be in more trouble. The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday also stepped in to probe money laundering by the former railways minister and his family in a railway hotel allotment case being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • 'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    Privacy is a fundamental right, the centre conceded today in the Supreme Court, but emphasized that there is a qualifier. The government has so far argued that privacy is not a basic right in the constitution and therefore cannot be applied to the Aadhaar programme for which the fingerprints and iris scans of millions of Indians have been recorded.

  • Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today told a Delhi court that it has firm evidence that seven Hurriyat Conference separatists arrested yesterday used money got from Pakistan through hawala to pay people to burn schools and throw stones during protests in the Kashmir Valley since last year, fuelling unrest.

  • Delhi Doctor Kidnapped For 14 Days By Ola Driver For 5-Crore Ransom

    Delhi Doctor Kidnapped For 14 Days By Ola Driver For 5-Crore Ransom

    A doctor in Delhi was kidnapped by an Ola cab driver and held captive for 14 days in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, for a five-crore ransom.

  • 4 Years After Muzaffarnagar Riots, Hindu-Muslim Couple's Birthday Tragedy

    4 Years After Muzaffarnagar Riots, Hindu-Muslim Couple's Birthday Tragedy

    On Monday evening, Naseem Ahmed went out to buy a birthday cake for his baby boy, not knowing he would not live to see the party. On his way back with the cake, the 23-year-old was attacked at his village in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar, allegedly by the family of his Hindu wife.

  • Out To Buy Son's Birthday Cake, Man Shot Dead, Allegedly By In-Laws

    Out To Buy Son's Birthday Cake, Man Shot Dead, Allegedly By In-Laws

    Back home in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar for his son's first birthday, a Muslim man was shot dead, allegedly by his in-laws. Nazeem Ahmed, 23, was shot from point-blank range when he was out to buy a birthday cake for his son.

  • This Woman Is the First Top Cop In Crime-Prone District In Delhi

    This Woman Is the First Top Cop In Crime-Prone District In Delhi

    It is 10.30 am, and Deputy Commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad is in office, holding meetings on security. After the attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims that killed seven in Jammu and Kashmir earlier this week, security for large groups of pilgrims of Lord Shiva known as Kanwariyas is a big focus for the Delhi Police next week.

  • Motorcycle Chase, Shower Of Bullets: The Amarnath Yatra Attack Horror

    Motorcycle Chase, Shower Of Bullets: The Amarnath Yatra Attack Horror

    A day after seven pilgrims, mostly women, were killed by terrorists who opened fire at a bus returning from the Amarnath shrine in Jammu and Kashmir, investigations were focused on gaps in security at a heavily protected area not far from an army installation.

  • Man Who Allegedly Stabbed Junaid Khan Arrested From Maharashtra

    Man Who Allegedly Stabbed Junaid Khan Arrested From Maharashtra

    The man who allegedly stabbed 16-year-old Junaid Khanon a train in Haryana last month has been arrested, the Faridabad Police said today. The Police added that the accused, whose identity they are keeping a secret for legal reasons, has confessed to stabbing the teenager.

  • 6 Men Transporting Buffaloes Thrashed By Mob In Delhi

    6 Men Transporting Buffaloes Thrashed By Mob In Delhi

    Six men transporting buffalos to a slaughter house in east Delhi were thrashed by a mob on Friday evening. The men were carrying about 80 buffalos in mini trucks when they were intercepted by a group of unidentified men near Baba Haridas Nagar in Outer Delhi, police said. The mob released the buffalos and beat all six men inside the mini trucks.

  • Killer Filmed On CCTV Stabbing Delhi Woman Arrested In Mumbai

    Killer Filmed On CCTV Stabbing Delhi Woman Arrested In Mumbai

    A man who was caught on CCTV stabbing a 21-year-old girl to death in North East Delhi was today arrested from Mumbai.

  • Lalu Yadav, Family Raided And Charged By CBI Over Land Scam: 10 Points

    Lalu Yadav, Family Raided And Charged By CBI Over Land Scam: 10 Points

    Lalu Yadav and his son Tejashwi, Bihar's Deputy Chief Minister, have been formally charged with corruption by the CBI, which today raided a dozen places including their home in Patna in connection with a land scam. "It is a conspiracy," said the former Chief Minister, hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP. Mr Yadav's wife Rabri De...

  • CBI Raids Lalu Yadav Over Alleged Land Scam, Case Against Him, Family

    CBI Raids Lalu Yadav Over Alleged Land Scam, Case Against Him, Family

    Lalu Yadav and his son Tejashwi, who is a minister in Bihar, have been charged with corruption in a case filed today by the CBI, which raided their home in Patna and a dozen other places. The searches began at 5.30 am this morning.

  • CCTV Shows Young Delhi Woman Being Stabbed By Man, She Died

    CCTV Shows Young Delhi Woman Being Stabbed By Man, She Died

    Security cameras from a neighbourhood in North-east Delhi show a young woman being stabbed in broad daylight on the road outside her house. The woman, who was 21, died in hospital today.

  • Police Admits It Has No Idea Who Killed Junaid Khan, Offers 2 Lakhs

    Police Admits It Has No Idea Who Killed Junaid Khan, Offers 2 Lakhs

    Just days after the police in Haryana said it had identified the man who stabbed 16-year-old Junaid Khan to death on a train, it has said that it was wrong, and is now offering two lakhs for any information that could lead to the killer.

  • Top Jet Airways Official Arrested From Delhi Home For Alleged Land-Grab

    Top Jet Airways Official Arrested From Delhi Home For Alleged Land-Grab

    A senior official of Jet Airways was arrested today following allegations of land grabbing. Colonel Avneet Singh Bedi, Jet's vice president of security, had allegedly acquired land belonging to a civic body in Sahibabad, Uttar Pradesh, illegally and tried to sell it.

  • Junaid Khan's Murder: Village Of Arrested Men Says They Are Innocent

    Junaid Khan's Murder: Village Of Arrested Men Says They Are Innocent

    The arrest of four of its men for the murder of 16-year-old Junaid Khan, is nothing less conspiracy, feels Khambi village in Haryana's Palwal. The general feeling is that the men of the village cannot commit murder.

  • No Evidence, NIA To Close One Probe Into Kashmir Terror Funding: Sources

    No Evidence, NIA To Close One Probe Into Kashmir Terror Funding: Sources

    One of two investigations into alleged terror funding in Jammu and Kashmir is "as good as closed", sources in the National Investigation Agency have told NDTV. The anti-terror agency had started the investigations to bust the channels of money from across the border that keeps Kashmir Valley on the boil.

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