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'Jimmy Jacob' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Nitish Kumar Calls On Amit Shah Amid Seat-Sharing Talks For 2019 Polls

    Nitish Kumar Calls On Amit Shah Amid Seat-Sharing Talks For 2019 Polls

    Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar called on Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah at his residence today, reportedly to iron out seat-sharing issues between the two allies in Bihar ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Mr Kumar, also the chief minister of the state, is in the national capital for medical reasons.

  • Won't Defend Haryana Teen's Rapists In Court, Says Lawyers' Body

    Won't Defend Haryana Teen's Rapists In Court, Says Lawyers' Body

    A local lawyers' association has decided against defending any of the accused in the gang-rape of a teenager in Haryana last week. "We express our grief on the incident, and have decided that none of our members will represent them," said Ravinder Yadav, its president.

  • Nun Rape Case: Kerala Police Questions Bishop Franco Mulakkal For 6 Hours

    Nun Rape Case: Kerala Police Questions Bishop Franco Mulakkal For 6 Hours

    Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who is facing charges of sexually assaulting a nun, was questioned by the Kerala police for six hours at the Kochi Crime Branch office in Tripunithura today. The Kerala Police has maintained that they are under no pressure to refrain from arresting the embattled clergyman.

  • On Vasundhara Raje's Event To Promote 6,000 Cops, Congress Cries "Misuse"

    On Vasundhara Raje's Event To Promote 6,000 Cops, Congress Cries "Misuse"

    The Vasundhara Raje government will promote as many as 6,082 constables to the post of head constable at an event in Jaipur today. They have been asked to bring two of their family members along for the event, to be held at the Rajasthan Police Academy.

  • "Begging Bowl" - Words Minister Prakash Javadekar Wants To Take Back

    "Begging Bowl" - Words Minister Prakash Javadekar Wants To Take Back

    Two days after telling educational institutions to not approach the government for funds "with a bowl", Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar today said he wants to withdraw the "inappropriate" words he had inadvertently used.

  • "If 2 Crore Fry Pakodas, Who'll Eat Them?" Tejashwi Yadav's Jibe At PM

    "If 2 Crore Fry <i>Pakodas</i>, Who'll Eat Them?" Tejashwi Yadav's Jibe At PM

    Tejashwi Yadav, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and Lalu Yadav's political heir, has expressed serious concerns about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suggestion that selling pakodas (fritters) was also a form of employment and amped up his attack on the ruling NDA government for what he claimed as its unfulfilled promises.

  • Nurses Beat Up Doctor Accused Of Molestation In Bihar Hospital

    Nurses Beat Up Doctor Accused Of Molestation In Bihar Hospital

    A hospital in Bihar's Katihar saw high drama today when a number of nurses assaulted a doctor for allegedly molesting a trainee nurse. A video of the incident, which has gone viral on the social media, showed the nurses of the hospital hitting the accused with slippers while shouting "maro maro" (beat him). The nurses later raised slogans on the ho...

  • J&K Local Body Poll Dates Announced, Voting To Be Held In 4 Phases

    J&K Local Body Poll Dates Announced, Voting To Be Held In 4 Phases

    Jammu and Kashmir local body polls will be held between 8 and 16 October in four phases, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Election Officer Shaleen Kabra said today.

  • JNU Poll Results Expected Tomorrow After Attempt To Snatch Ballot Boxes

    JNU Poll Results Expected Tomorrow After Attempt To Snatch Ballot Boxes

    The counting of votes for the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) polls resumed on Saturday evening after being suspended for around 14 hours. The counting had been suspended early morning after an attack on the counting centre allegedly by members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad or ABVP who rejected the charge and claimed...

  • Request To Free Rajiv Gandhi's Assassins Not Sent To Centre: Governor

    Request To Free Rajiv Gandhi's Assassins Not Sent To Centre: Governor

    Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit today denied media reports that he had forwarded to the Union Home Ministry a State Government recommendation that all the seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination be released.

  • Man Beaten To Death On Suspicion Of Vehicle Theft In Manipur, 5 Arrested

    Man Beaten To Death On Suspicion Of Vehicle Theft In Manipur, 5 Arrested

    Five people have been arrested for allegedly lynching a man on suspicion of vehicle theft in Manipur's Imphal West district, police said on Friday. The incident sparked fears of communal violence in the area as the victim belonged to a minority community.

  • Top Court Verdict Has Brought Me Peace Of Mind, Says Ex-ISRO Scientist

    Top Court Verdict Has Brought Me Peace Of Mind, Says Ex-ISRO Scientist

    Hours after the Supreme Court ordered that a former ISRO scientist be given Rs 50-lakh compensation for the harassment and mental torture meted out to him in a purported case of espionage, he accused certain Kerala police officers of fabricating the charges against him without getting any of the -fundamentals- right.

  • Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    The Supreme Court today restored the polices power to arrest those accused in dowry harassment cases, modifying a previous order that mandated a probe by a specially constituted panel before any such step is taken.

  • Indian Couple In US Arrested For Not Allowing Tests On Baby Daughter

    Indian Couple In US Arrested For Not Allowing Tests On Baby Daughter

    An Indian-origin couple in the US was granted bail on Thursday after being arrested for allegedly neglecting and abusing their six-month-old daughter.

  • Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    The Delhi government has mandated students at city schools to disclose their Aadhaar and Voter ID information in an effort to identify those hailing from neighbouring states. The issue has snowballed into a major controversy, with legal experts citing privacy violations and opposition parties terming it as a "conspiracy".

'Jimmy Jacob' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Nitish Kumar Calls On Amit Shah Amid Seat-Sharing Talks For 2019 Polls

    Nitish Kumar Calls On Amit Shah Amid Seat-Sharing Talks For 2019 Polls

    Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar called on Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah at his residence today, reportedly to iron out seat-sharing issues between the two allies in Bihar ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Mr Kumar, also the chief minister of the state, is in the national capital for medical reasons.

  • Won't Defend Haryana Teen's Rapists In Court, Says Lawyers' Body

    Won't Defend Haryana Teen's Rapists In Court, Says Lawyers' Body

    A local lawyers' association has decided against defending any of the accused in the gang-rape of a teenager in Haryana last week. "We express our grief on the incident, and have decided that none of our members will represent them," said Ravinder Yadav, its president.

  • Nun Rape Case: Kerala Police Questions Bishop Franco Mulakkal For 6 Hours

    Nun Rape Case: Kerala Police Questions Bishop Franco Mulakkal For 6 Hours

    Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who is facing charges of sexually assaulting a nun, was questioned by the Kerala police for six hours at the Kochi Crime Branch office in Tripunithura today. The Kerala Police has maintained that they are under no pressure to refrain from arresting the embattled clergyman.

  • On Vasundhara Raje's Event To Promote 6,000 Cops, Congress Cries "Misuse"

    On Vasundhara Raje's Event To Promote 6,000 Cops, Congress Cries "Misuse"

    The Vasundhara Raje government will promote as many as 6,082 constables to the post of head constable at an event in Jaipur today. They have been asked to bring two of their family members along for the event, to be held at the Rajasthan Police Academy.

  • "Begging Bowl" - Words Minister Prakash Javadekar Wants To Take Back

    "Begging Bowl" - Words Minister Prakash Javadekar Wants To Take Back

    Two days after telling educational institutions to not approach the government for funds "with a bowl", Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar today said he wants to withdraw the "inappropriate" words he had inadvertently used.

  • "If 2 Crore Fry Pakodas, Who'll Eat Them?" Tejashwi Yadav's Jibe At PM

    "If 2 Crore Fry <i>Pakodas</i>, Who'll Eat Them?" Tejashwi Yadav's Jibe At PM

    Tejashwi Yadav, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and Lalu Yadav's political heir, has expressed serious concerns about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suggestion that selling pakodas (fritters) was also a form of employment and amped up his attack on the ruling NDA government for what he claimed as its unfulfilled promises.

  • Nurses Beat Up Doctor Accused Of Molestation In Bihar Hospital

    Nurses Beat Up Doctor Accused Of Molestation In Bihar Hospital

    A hospital in Bihar's Katihar saw high drama today when a number of nurses assaulted a doctor for allegedly molesting a trainee nurse. A video of the incident, which has gone viral on the social media, showed the nurses of the hospital hitting the accused with slippers while shouting "maro maro" (beat him). The nurses later raised slogans on the ho...

  • J&K Local Body Poll Dates Announced, Voting To Be Held In 4 Phases

    J&K Local Body Poll Dates Announced, Voting To Be Held In 4 Phases

    Jammu and Kashmir local body polls will be held between 8 and 16 October in four phases, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Election Officer Shaleen Kabra said today.

  • JNU Poll Results Expected Tomorrow After Attempt To Snatch Ballot Boxes

    JNU Poll Results Expected Tomorrow After Attempt To Snatch Ballot Boxes

    The counting of votes for the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) polls resumed on Saturday evening after being suspended for around 14 hours. The counting had been suspended early morning after an attack on the counting centre allegedly by members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad or ABVP who rejected the charge and claimed...

  • Request To Free Rajiv Gandhi's Assassins Not Sent To Centre: Governor

    Request To Free Rajiv Gandhi's Assassins Not Sent To Centre: Governor

    Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit today denied media reports that he had forwarded to the Union Home Ministry a State Government recommendation that all the seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination be released.

  • Man Beaten To Death On Suspicion Of Vehicle Theft In Manipur, 5 Arrested

    Man Beaten To Death On Suspicion Of Vehicle Theft In Manipur, 5 Arrested

    Five people have been arrested for allegedly lynching a man on suspicion of vehicle theft in Manipur's Imphal West district, police said on Friday. The incident sparked fears of communal violence in the area as the victim belonged to a minority community.

  • Top Court Verdict Has Brought Me Peace Of Mind, Says Ex-ISRO Scientist

    Top Court Verdict Has Brought Me Peace Of Mind, Says Ex-ISRO Scientist

    Hours after the Supreme Court ordered that a former ISRO scientist be given Rs 50-lakh compensation for the harassment and mental torture meted out to him in a purported case of espionage, he accused certain Kerala police officers of fabricating the charges against him without getting any of the -fundamentals- right.

  • Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    The Supreme Court today restored the polices power to arrest those accused in dowry harassment cases, modifying a previous order that mandated a probe by a specially constituted panel before any such step is taken.

  • Indian Couple In US Arrested For Not Allowing Tests On Baby Daughter

    Indian Couple In US Arrested For Not Allowing Tests On Baby Daughter

    An Indian-origin couple in the US was granted bail on Thursday after being arrested for allegedly neglecting and abusing their six-month-old daughter.

  • Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    The Delhi government has mandated students at city schools to disclose their Aadhaar and Voter ID information in an effort to identify those hailing from neighbouring states. The issue has snowballed into a major controversy, with legal experts citing privacy violations and opposition parties terming it as a "conspiracy".

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