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  • "Padmaavat" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    "<i>Padmaavat</i>" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    Harish Salve, the senior lawyer who represented the producers of "Padmaavat" in the Supreme Court, has received threats over the phone, his office said today.

  • On "Padmaavat" Row, Karni Sena's No-Entry For Censor Chief Prasoon Joshi

    On "<i>Padmaavat</i>" Row, Karni Sena's No-Entry For Censor Chief Prasoon Joshi

    Censor board chief Prasoon Joshi will not be allowed to enter Rajasthan to attend the Jaipur Literature Festival, the fringe group Rajput Karni Sena said today, continuing its protests against "Padmaavat" despite the Supreme Court's go-ahead to the film.

  • For Arguments In Court On Padmaavat, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    For Arguments In Court On <i>Padmaavat</i>, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    Marquee lawyer Harish Salve won his case today, with the Supreme Court ruling that states like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh cannot ban the screening of "Padmaavat" given that it has been cleared for release by the country's censor board which certifies films.

  • If "Bandit Queen" Can Be Released, Why Not "Padmaavat", Says Supreme Court

    If "<i>Bandit Queen</i>" Can Be Released, Why Not "<i>Padmaavat</i>", Says Supreme Court

    "Padmaavat" cannot be banned by states on grounds of risk to public order, the Supreme Court ruled today on the film that at least four states refused to screen over fierce protests by Rajput groups. "When bandit queen can be released, why not this movie?" questioned Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, referring to the controversial 1994 movie base...

  • 'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    A proposal on rostering Supreme Court judges and the assigning of sensitive cases has been suggested to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra by the four judges who criticised him publicly last week.

  • Class 1 Student Stabbed In Lucknow School By Senior. She Wanted A Holiday

    Class 1 Student Stabbed In Lucknow School By Senior. She Wanted A Holiday

    A Class 1 student was attacked in school with a knife, allegedly by a girl who is his senior, in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow - a case that is chillingly similar to the murder of a seven-year-old at Gurgaon's Ryan International School.

  • Rapes "Part Of Society", Says Haryana Police Officer, Provokes Outrage

    Rapes "Part Of Society", Says Haryana Police Officer, Provokes Outrage

    Amid outrage over three savage rape and killings, a senior police officer in Haryana controversially said today that the incidents were "part of society".

  • Class 12 Student, Suspect In Haryana Teen's Rape And Murder, Found Dead

    Class 12 Student, Suspect In Haryana Teen's Rape And Murder, Found Dead

    A Class 12 student suspected to be involved in the rape, torture and murder of a 15-year-old in Haryana's Jind, was found dead last night in the Bhakra canal.

  • Ex-Soldier In UP Held Family Hostage, Fired Shots For Hours

    Ex-Soldier In UP Held Family Hostage, Fired Shots For Hours

    A former soldier held his family and neighbours, including four children, hostage for over 20 hours and fired at them indiscriminately at his home in Uttar Pradesh's Etah before he was caught by over 60 commandos and policemen.

  • After Prakash Raj Event, BJP Workers Sprinkle Cow Urine For 'Cleansing'

    After Prakash Raj Event, BJP Workers Sprinkle Cow Urine For 'Cleansing'

    After actor Prakash Raj addressed a recent event in Karnataka, youth leaders of the BJP sprinkled cow urine on the stage to "purify" it. Prakash Raj had been invited to speak at the Left-backed event titled, "Our Constitution, Our Pride" held at Raghavendra Mutt at Sirsi town in coastal Karnataka, 400 kilometres from Bengaluru.

  • 'Bed Of Cash': Nearly Rs 100 Crore In Banned Notes At Kanpur Home

    'Bed Of Cash': Nearly Rs 100 Crore In Banned Notes At Kanpur Home

    Banned notes worth crores, making up a "bed" of cash when stacked up, were found on Tuesday at a house in Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur. The cash had to be stuffed into five big steel trunks, gunny bags and cartons by officials of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the UP police.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • Judge Loya Case In Supreme Court, Confidential Papers Submitted By Maharashtra

    Judge Loya Case In Supreme Court, Confidential Papers Submitted By Maharashtra

    Documents related to the death of Judge BH Loya, including postmortem details and a 50-page intelligence report, were submitted today to the Supreme Court, which is hearing petitions asking for an independent investigation into the judge's death after his family raised questions in November.

  • Haj Subsidy Withdrawn, Government Says Muslims Didn't Benefit From It

    Haj Subsidy Withdrawn, Government Says Muslims Didn't Benefit From It

    Thousands of Muslims who go on Haj pilgrimage each year will no longer get subsidised or cheaper air tickets, the government said today. The big move would help empower Muslims with dignity, said union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, adding, "We believe in empowerment without appeasement."

  • Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today met the four judges who had criticised him publicly, and discussed "all issues", top sources have told NDTV. "The ice has started melting," said the sources, delivering another twist in the story after Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the dispute remained unresolved. One of the main triggers of the un...

'Deepshikha Ghosh' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Padmaavat" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    "<i>Padmaavat</i>" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    Harish Salve, the senior lawyer who represented the producers of "Padmaavat" in the Supreme Court, has received threats over the phone, his office said today.

  • On "Padmaavat" Row, Karni Sena's No-Entry For Censor Chief Prasoon Joshi

    On "<i>Padmaavat</i>" Row, Karni Sena's No-Entry For Censor Chief Prasoon Joshi

    Censor board chief Prasoon Joshi will not be allowed to enter Rajasthan to attend the Jaipur Literature Festival, the fringe group Rajput Karni Sena said today, continuing its protests against "Padmaavat" despite the Supreme Court's go-ahead to the film.

  • For Arguments In Court On Padmaavat, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    For Arguments In Court On <i>Padmaavat</i>, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    Marquee lawyer Harish Salve won his case today, with the Supreme Court ruling that states like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh cannot ban the screening of "Padmaavat" given that it has been cleared for release by the country's censor board which certifies films.

  • If "Bandit Queen" Can Be Released, Why Not "Padmaavat", Says Supreme Court

    If "<i>Bandit Queen</i>" Can Be Released, Why Not "<i>Padmaavat</i>", Says Supreme Court

    "Padmaavat" cannot be banned by states on grounds of risk to public order, the Supreme Court ruled today on the film that at least four states refused to screen over fierce protests by Rajput groups. "When bandit queen can be released, why not this movie?" questioned Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, referring to the controversial 1994 movie base...

  • 'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    A proposal on rostering Supreme Court judges and the assigning of sensitive cases has been suggested to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra by the four judges who criticised him publicly last week.

  • Class 1 Student Stabbed In Lucknow School By Senior. She Wanted A Holiday

    Class 1 Student Stabbed In Lucknow School By Senior. She Wanted A Holiday

    A Class 1 student was attacked in school with a knife, allegedly by a girl who is his senior, in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow - a case that is chillingly similar to the murder of a seven-year-old at Gurgaon's Ryan International School.

  • Rapes "Part Of Society", Says Haryana Police Officer, Provokes Outrage

    Rapes "Part Of Society", Says Haryana Police Officer, Provokes Outrage

    Amid outrage over three savage rape and killings, a senior police officer in Haryana controversially said today that the incidents were "part of society".

  • Class 12 Student, Suspect In Haryana Teen's Rape And Murder, Found Dead

    Class 12 Student, Suspect In Haryana Teen's Rape And Murder, Found Dead

    A Class 12 student suspected to be involved in the rape, torture and murder of a 15-year-old in Haryana's Jind, was found dead last night in the Bhakra canal.

  • Ex-Soldier In UP Held Family Hostage, Fired Shots For Hours

    Ex-Soldier In UP Held Family Hostage, Fired Shots For Hours

    A former soldier held his family and neighbours, including four children, hostage for over 20 hours and fired at them indiscriminately at his home in Uttar Pradesh's Etah before he was caught by over 60 commandos and policemen.

  • After Prakash Raj Event, BJP Workers Sprinkle Cow Urine For 'Cleansing'

    After Prakash Raj Event, BJP Workers Sprinkle Cow Urine For 'Cleansing'

    After actor Prakash Raj addressed a recent event in Karnataka, youth leaders of the BJP sprinkled cow urine on the stage to "purify" it. Prakash Raj had been invited to speak at the Left-backed event titled, "Our Constitution, Our Pride" held at Raghavendra Mutt at Sirsi town in coastal Karnataka, 400 kilometres from Bengaluru.

  • 'Bed Of Cash': Nearly Rs 100 Crore In Banned Notes At Kanpur Home

    'Bed Of Cash': Nearly Rs 100 Crore In Banned Notes At Kanpur Home

    Banned notes worth crores, making up a "bed" of cash when stacked up, were found on Tuesday at a house in Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur. The cash had to be stuffed into five big steel trunks, gunny bags and cartons by officials of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the UP police.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • Judge Loya Case In Supreme Court, Confidential Papers Submitted By Maharashtra

    Judge Loya Case In Supreme Court, Confidential Papers Submitted By Maharashtra

    Documents related to the death of Judge BH Loya, including postmortem details and a 50-page intelligence report, were submitted today to the Supreme Court, which is hearing petitions asking for an independent investigation into the judge's death after his family raised questions in November.

  • Haj Subsidy Withdrawn, Government Says Muslims Didn't Benefit From It

    Haj Subsidy Withdrawn, Government Says Muslims Didn't Benefit From It

    Thousands of Muslims who go on Haj pilgrimage each year will no longer get subsidised or cheaper air tickets, the government said today. The big move would help empower Muslims with dignity, said union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, adding, "We believe in empowerment without appeasement."

  • Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today met the four judges who had criticised him publicly, and discussed "all issues", top sources have told NDTV. "The ice has started melting," said the sources, delivering another twist in the story after Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the dispute remained unresolved. One of the main triggers of the un...

  • 4 Top Judges Not In Key Bench Set Up By Chief Justice

    4 Top Judges Not In Key Bench Set Up By Chief Justice

    The four Supreme Court judges who publicly took on the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, have been kept out of a constitution bench that will decide on many important cases, despite the country's top lawyer claiming that the unprecedented rift between judges had been "settled" during an informal meeting on Monday morning

  • In Haryana, Teen Raped, Tortured, Killed; 11-Year-Old Raped After Death

    In Haryana, Teen Raped, Tortured, Killed; 11-Year-Old Raped After Death

    A 15-year-old girl missing since she left home for tuition last week, was found dead at Haryana's Jind on Saturday with 19 severe injuries to her body and signs of unspeakable torture. Her liver and lungs had been ruptured and an object had been jammed into her body, doctors said.

  • Face Recognition To Be Allowed To Verify Aadhaar Cardholders

    Face Recognition To Be Allowed To Verify Aadhaar Cardholders

    Aadhaar users stuck over the verification of biometric data like their iris or fingerprint scan can soon get help from facial recognition. The UIDAI or the agency in charge of the national identity card system announced this in a statement today, with officials saying this would not just add an extra layer of security but would also benefit million...

  • 7 Pakistani Soldiers Killed In "Retaliatory Action" Along LoC, Says Army

    7 Pakistani Soldiers Killed In "Retaliatory Action" Along LoC, Says Army

    The army today said it had killed seven Pakistani soldiers in retaliatory action along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch, according to news agency PTI.

  • All Settled, Says Centre's Lawyer On Top Court Judges' Rift: 10 Facts

    All Settled, Says Centre's Lawyer On Top Court Judges' Rift: 10 Facts

    The rift between the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, and the four Supreme Court judges who took him on publicly, has been settled in an informal meeting over tea, Attorney General KK Venugopal said today. The five top judges reportedly spoke after all staff was ordered out of a lounge where judges chat before going to court every day. Later, t...

  • Missing Haryana Class 10 Student Raped, Murdered; Liver, Lungs Ruptured

    Missing Haryana Class 10 Student Raped, Murdered; Liver, Lungs Ruptured

    A 15-year-old girl in Haryana, missing since last week after she left home for tuition classes, was found dead on Saturday with signs of unspeakable torture on her body. Her liver and lungs had been ruptured and she had been brutalised, doctors said

  • "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    The grievances of the four top Supreme Court judges should have been addressed by the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, said one of his predecessors, RM Lodha, commenting that the image of the judiciary had been dented and would take a long time to repair after the judges took the unprecedented step of publicly criticizing the top judge.

  • Passport Won't Work As Address Proof Anymore, Some To Turn Orange

    Passport Won't Work As Address Proof Anymore, Some To Turn Orange

    Passports will soon stop serving as valid proof of address, with the foreign ministry announcing that the last page will not be printed anymore.

  • Five-Point Guide To The Judge Loya Controversy

    Five-Point Guide To The Judge Loya Controversy

    In the stunning "rebellion" against the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, by the four judges who rank just after him, the case of Mumbai judge BH Loya may have been the tipping point. Two petitions asking for an investigation into the judge's death were assigned to a bench that the judges reportedly disapproved of. This morning, the four judges ...

  • Democracy At Stake, Things Not In Order: 4 Supreme Court Judges - 10 Points

    Democracy At Stake, Things Not In Order: 4 Supreme Court Judges - 10 Points

    Democracy in India is at stake, said four senior Supreme Court judges on Friday as they went public with complaints against the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra. The "rebel" judges - the four most-senior at the top court after the Chief Justice - said that "things are not in order" with what they described as "the administration of the Supreme C...

  • Class 4 Student, Scolded Over Studies, Hung Himself, Say Cops

    Class 4 Student, Scolded Over Studies, Hung Himself, Say Cops

    A Class 4 student was found hanging at his home in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday, not long after he was admonished by his family over studies. What appears to a suicide by the young child has left his family and others in shock.

  • Siddaramaiah's Defence On Comment On BJP, RSS: "Meant Hindutva Terror"

    Siddaramaiah's Defence On Comment On BJP, RSS: "Meant Hindutva Terror"

    Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today said "BJP and RSS people are Hindutva terrorists". What he offered as clarification of a controversial comment he made yesterday was hardly an improvement.

  • Lalu Yadav's Helpers Got Into Jail Easy. Bail Scuppers Their Plan To Stay

    Lalu Yadav's Helpers Got Into Jail Easy. Bail Scuppers Their Plan To Stay

    Lalu Yadav's two helpers found it easy to get into jail just before their boss walked in after being sentenced in a fodder scam case last week. Despite their best efforts, they couldn't make it stick. Laxman Mahto and Madan Yadav have been granted bail by a court in Jharkhand's Ranchi, to their chagrin. Their release came through after the police c...

  • Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    Terrorists "Our Brothers, Martyrs": PDP Lawmaker Aijaz Ahmad Mir Sparks Controversy

    A lawmaker of Jammu and Kashmir's ruling PDP has controversially described terrorists as "our brothers and martyrs" whose death should not be celebrated. Aijaz Ahmad Mir repeated today what he had declared in the state assembly yesterday.

  • Aadhaar Virtual ID "Unworkable", Will Oppose Tooth-And-Nail: Petitioners

    Aadhaar Virtual ID "Unworkable", Will Oppose Tooth-And-Nail: Petitioners

    A new move to secure Aadhaar, in which a randomly-generated 16-digit temporary number can be shared instead of the biometric ID, will be opposed in the Supreme Court by petitioners who are fighting a case against the system.

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