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  • Gautam Gambhir, Omar Abdullah Spar On Twitter Over Terrorist's Killing

    Gautam Gambhir, Omar Abdullah Spar On Twitter Over Terrorist's Killing

    The killing of a terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir has triggered a war of words between the state's former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and cricketer Gautam Gambhir.

  • Judges' Panel To Handle #MeToo Cases, Says Minister Maneka Gandhi

    Judges' Panel To Handle #MeToo Cases, Says Minister Maneka Gandhi

    Union Minister Maneka Gandhi today said that the government will form a committee of judges to advise it on cases of sexual assault and harassment widely publicised as part of the #MeToo movement that has swept India. "I believe in the pain and trauma behind every single complaint. Cases of sexual harassment at work must be dealt with a policy of z...

  • Comedy Group AIB's Gursimran Khamba Sent On Leave Over #MeToo Allegations

    Comedy Group AIB's Gursimran Khamba Sent On Leave Over #MeToo Allegations

    Gursimran Khamba, one of the founding members of comedy group AIB, has been placed on temporary "leave of absence", over allegations linked to the #MeToo movement, the organisation said in a statement on Monday. Khamba, a prominent face of the comedy collective, has been accused by a woman of misconduct but has categorically denied "any violation o...

  • In "Final Battle" For Ram Temple, Vishwa Hindu Parishad Serves A Deadline

    In "Final Battle" For Ram Temple, Vishwa Hindu Parishad Serves A Deadline

    The Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Friday said it was fighting a "final battle" for a Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya and set a "deadline" for the BJP-led central government to bring an ordinance for it in parliament by the end of the year.

  • Won't Hurt Allies, Says US After India-Russia Sign Missile Deal: 10 Facts

    Won't Hurt Allies, Says US After India-Russia Sign Missile Deal: 10 Facts

    India will finally acquire the S-400 Triumf, arguably the world's most lethal surface-to-air missile system, from Russia, brushing off a threat of sanctions from the US. The $5-billion pact was signed between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday afternoon along with a raft of other agreements ranging from nucl...

  • Nirmala Sitharaman Opens Event To Commemorate 2016 Surgical Strikes

    Nirmala Sitharaman Opens Event To Commemorate 2016 Surgical Strikes

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday inaugurated 'Parakram Parv', an event to observe the second anniversary of the 2016 surgical strikes, at the India Gate lawns in heart of the national capital.

  • After Rahul Gandhi's 'China' Dig, #MadeInAmethi Insults Trend On Twitter

    After Rahul Gandhi's 'China' Dig, #MadeInAmethi Insults Trend On Twitter

    A day after Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government over its record in creating jobs and bolstering manufacturing in the country, BJP supporters took to Twitter to mock the Congress chief's performance as the lawmaker from Uttar Pradesh's Amethi.

  • Will Fight For Lord Ayyappa's Right To Privacy, Says Activist Rahul Easwar

    Will Fight For Lord Ayyappa's Right To Privacy, Says Activist Rahul Easwar

    Activist Rahul Easwar, a prominent face of the campaign that challenged the entry of women between the ages of 10 and 50 at Kerala's famous Sabarimala Temple, has said the Supreme Court's order today will be appealed to a larger bench.

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • Why Justice Indu Malhotra, Only Woman On Bench, Dissented On Sabarimala

    Why Justice Indu Malhotra, Only Woman On Bench, Dissented On Sabarimala

    Justice Indu Malhotra, the only woman in the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court that ruled today that women of all ages must be allowed in Kerala's renowned Sabarimala temple, gave a dissenting judgment, disagreeing with her peers.

  • Amit Shah Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'China' Dig At Sardar Patel Statue

    Amit Shah Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'China' Dig At Sardar Patel Statue

    BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday attacked Congress chief Rahul Gandhi for his dig at the Modi government that the giant Rs 3,000 crore statue of freedom movement icon Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel being built in Gujarat will be "Made in China".

  • Cop Locked In Bedroom By Angry Husband In Rare Case Of Jail For Adultery

    Cop Locked In Bedroom By Angry Husband In Rare Case Of Jail For Adultery

    Adultery is no longer a crime, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, declaring a colonial-era law that punished the offence with jail time unconstitutional and discriminatory against women. The more than century-old adultery law prescribed that any man who slept with a married woman without her husband's permission had committed adultery, a crime ca...

  • Welcome Top Court Order, Hope For Ayodhya Verdict Soon: Yogi Adityanath

    Welcome Top Court Order, Hope For Ayodhya Verdict Soon: Yogi Adityanath

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court's order that refused to revisit its 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on - a decision that means that the politically-charged Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute case can be taken up without any delay.

  • New Video Of 2016 Surgical Strikes Shows Assault On Terror Launch Pads

    New Video Of 2016 Surgical Strikes Shows Assault On Terror Launch Pads

    Two days before the second anniversary of the Indian Army's surgical strikes across the Line of Control on Pakistani terrorist launch pads, the government has released new footage of the operation that was designed to avenge the 2016 terror attack on a military camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri and have since then become a political football between ...

  • In Divya Spandana's Latest Tweet Barb At PM, A "Thugs Of Hindostan" Angle

    In Divya Spandana's Latest Tweet Barb At PM, A "<i>Thugs Of Hindostan</i>" Angle

    Undeterred by the criticism and even a sedition case, Congress's digital communications chief Divya Spandana on Thursday tweeted yet another attack targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the controversial Rafale fighter jet deal. At the heart of it - a still from the just-released trailer of Aamir Khan-starrer Diwali blockbuster 'Thugs of Hind...

'Divyanshu Dutta Roy' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Gautam Gambhir, Omar Abdullah Spar On Twitter Over Terrorist's Killing

    Gautam Gambhir, Omar Abdullah Spar On Twitter Over Terrorist's Killing

    The killing of a terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir has triggered a war of words between the state's former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and cricketer Gautam Gambhir.

  • Judges' Panel To Handle #MeToo Cases, Says Minister Maneka Gandhi

    Judges' Panel To Handle #MeToo Cases, Says Minister Maneka Gandhi

    Union Minister Maneka Gandhi today said that the government will form a committee of judges to advise it on cases of sexual assault and harassment widely publicised as part of the #MeToo movement that has swept India. "I believe in the pain and trauma behind every single complaint. Cases of sexual harassment at work must be dealt with a policy of z...

  • Comedy Group AIB's Gursimran Khamba Sent On Leave Over #MeToo Allegations

    Comedy Group AIB's Gursimran Khamba Sent On Leave Over #MeToo Allegations

    Gursimran Khamba, one of the founding members of comedy group AIB, has been placed on temporary "leave of absence", over allegations linked to the #MeToo movement, the organisation said in a statement on Monday. Khamba, a prominent face of the comedy collective, has been accused by a woman of misconduct but has categorically denied "any violation o...

  • In "Final Battle" For Ram Temple, Vishwa Hindu Parishad Serves A Deadline

    In "Final Battle" For Ram Temple, Vishwa Hindu Parishad Serves A Deadline

    The Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Friday said it was fighting a "final battle" for a Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya and set a "deadline" for the BJP-led central government to bring an ordinance for it in parliament by the end of the year.

  • Won't Hurt Allies, Says US After India-Russia Sign Missile Deal: 10 Facts

    Won't Hurt Allies, Says US After India-Russia Sign Missile Deal: 10 Facts

    India will finally acquire the S-400 Triumf, arguably the world's most lethal surface-to-air missile system, from Russia, brushing off a threat of sanctions from the US. The $5-billion pact was signed between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday afternoon along with a raft of other agreements ranging from nucl...

  • Nirmala Sitharaman Opens Event To Commemorate 2016 Surgical Strikes

    Nirmala Sitharaman Opens Event To Commemorate 2016 Surgical Strikes

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday inaugurated 'Parakram Parv', an event to observe the second anniversary of the 2016 surgical strikes, at the India Gate lawns in heart of the national capital.

  • After Rahul Gandhi's 'China' Dig, #MadeInAmethi Insults Trend On Twitter

    After Rahul Gandhi's 'China' Dig, #MadeInAmethi Insults Trend On Twitter

    A day after Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government over its record in creating jobs and bolstering manufacturing in the country, BJP supporters took to Twitter to mock the Congress chief's performance as the lawmaker from Uttar Pradesh's Amethi.

  • Will Fight For Lord Ayyappa's Right To Privacy, Says Activist Rahul Easwar

    Will Fight For Lord Ayyappa's Right To Privacy, Says Activist Rahul Easwar

    Activist Rahul Easwar, a prominent face of the campaign that challenged the entry of women between the ages of 10 and 50 at Kerala's famous Sabarimala Temple, has said the Supreme Court's order today will be appealed to a larger bench.

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • Why Justice Indu Malhotra, Only Woman On Bench, Dissented On Sabarimala

    Why Justice Indu Malhotra, Only Woman On Bench, Dissented On Sabarimala

    Justice Indu Malhotra, the only woman in the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court that ruled today that women of all ages must be allowed in Kerala's renowned Sabarimala temple, gave a dissenting judgment, disagreeing with her peers.

  • Amit Shah Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'China' Dig At Sardar Patel Statue

    Amit Shah Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'China' Dig At Sardar Patel Statue

    BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday attacked Congress chief Rahul Gandhi for his dig at the Modi government that the giant Rs 3,000 crore statue of freedom movement icon Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel being built in Gujarat will be "Made in China".

  • Cop Locked In Bedroom By Angry Husband In Rare Case Of Jail For Adultery

    Cop Locked In Bedroom By Angry Husband In Rare Case Of Jail For Adultery

    Adultery is no longer a crime, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, declaring a colonial-era law that punished the offence with jail time unconstitutional and discriminatory against women. The more than century-old adultery law prescribed that any man who slept with a married woman without her husband's permission had committed adultery, a crime ca...

  • Welcome Top Court Order, Hope For Ayodhya Verdict Soon: Yogi Adityanath

    Welcome Top Court Order, Hope For Ayodhya Verdict Soon: Yogi Adityanath

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court's order that refused to revisit its 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on - a decision that means that the politically-charged Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute case can be taken up without any delay.

  • New Video Of 2016 Surgical Strikes Shows Assault On Terror Launch Pads

    New Video Of 2016 Surgical Strikes Shows Assault On Terror Launch Pads

    Two days before the second anniversary of the Indian Army's surgical strikes across the Line of Control on Pakistani terrorist launch pads, the government has released new footage of the operation that was designed to avenge the 2016 terror attack on a military camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri and have since then become a political football between ...

  • In Divya Spandana's Latest Tweet Barb At PM, A "Thugs Of Hindostan" Angle

    In Divya Spandana's Latest Tweet Barb At PM, A "<i>Thugs Of Hindostan</i>" Angle

    Undeterred by the criticism and even a sedition case, Congress's digital communications chief Divya Spandana on Thursday tweeted yet another attack targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the controversial Rafale fighter jet deal. At the heart of it - a still from the just-released trailer of Aamir Khan-starrer Diwali blockbuster 'Thugs of Hind...

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