Supreme Court Orders Parties to Upload Candidates Criminal Records And Other Top Stories

Updated: February 14, 2020 08:31 IST

The Supreme Court has asked all political parties to upload on their website details of pending criminal cases against candidates contesting polls, Indian-origin politician and son-in-law of Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy, Rishi Sunak appointed the UK's new finance minister

Supreme Court Orders Parties to Upload Candidates Criminal Records And Other Top Stories
Times Of India: Indian-origin politician Rishi Sunak was appointed the UK's new finance minister on Thursday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in an extensive Cabinet reshuffle. The Supreme Court directed political parties to upload on their websites and social media platforms the details of pending criminal cases against their candidates, the reasons for selecting them and for not giving ticket to those without criminal antecedents. Former TERI chief RK Pachauri died on Thursday at a hospital where he was admitted to a hospital for cardiac ailments. More
Supreme Court Orders Parties to Upload Candidates Criminal Records And Other Top Stories
HindustanTimes: The Supreme Court has directed all political parties to upload on their website details of pending criminal cases against candidates contesting polls, noting that there has been an alarming increase in criminalisation of politics. China reported 15,152 new infections and 254 fatalities due to the new coronavirus Covid-19. RK Pachauri, former chairman of the Nobel prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and director general of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), dies. More
Supreme Court Orders Parties to Upload Candidates Criminal Records And Other Top Stories
Telegraph: Amit Shah said statements like ''goli maro'' and "Indo-Pak match" should not have been made; party distanced itself from such remarks. The Supreme Court has asked all political parties to upload on their website details of pending criminal cases against candidates contesting polls, noting that there has been an alarming increase in criminalisation of politics. More
Supreme Court Orders Parties to Upload Candidates Criminal Records And Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: The Supreme Court has made it mandatory for political parties to publish the details of candidates with criminal records along with reasons for their selection to contest elections. Union Home Minister Amit Shah broke his silence on the Delhi Assembly elections after the party came a distant second to the AAP, admitting that his assessment about the outcome "went wrong". China's official death toll from the new coronavirus spiked dramatically after authorities changed their counting methods. In Hubei and its capital Wuhan, 242 new deaths were reported on Thursday. More

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