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Non-veg food served in Chennai high court canteens for first time

Putting an end to the century-old practice of not serving non-vegetarian food in canteens in the high court campus, a group of lawyers today served meat items to the litigants and public.Till date the three canteens in the campus were serving only vegetarian food though there was no specific restriction on serving non-vegetarian food. Advocate P Rathinam, who had staged a protest at Madurai bench of the high court last month over the issue, said each non-veg packet would be sold ..., 3 weeks ago

Will approach BCCI to lift life ban on me: Sreesanth

Shanthakumaran Sreesanth of India looks on. Photograph: Getty Images He contemplated "suicide" during his time at Tihar Jail but pacer S Sreesanth is now hoping to sing the redemption song and would approach the BCCI for lifting the life ban imposed on him from playing cricket by the Board.  Sreesanth was last week exonerated in the 2013 spot-fixing IPL scandal by a Delhi Court.  "I have sought an appointment with BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur. He has told a ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Disproportionate action against Teesta Setalvad?

The government does not seem to have sufficient grounds to invoke the CBI against Teesta Setalvad, opines Sreenivasan Jain. When the heavy hand of the Indian state arrived at the door of Teesta Setalvad, it came as no surprise. The Gujarat police had over the past year actively pursued her arrest on charges of diverting funds meant for a museum to commemorate the 2002 riots for the personal use of her family. The Supreme Court granted temporary protection from arrest, referring ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Full text of the Justice Lodha IPL verdict

Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha. Photograph: PTI Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were suspended from the Indian Premier League for two years for betting activities of their key officials, Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra, during the 2013 season of cash-rich Twenty20 cricket tournament. The punishment was handed down by a Supreme Court-appointed three-member committee, headed by former Chief Justice of India Rajendra Mal Lodha, which held that the betting activities of Meiyappan, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

WTF News: It's Weird, True and Funny

This week’s digest of stories that are weird, true and funny. 1) Competitors put best foot forward for toe wrestling championship These wrestlers will knock your socks off. The international toe wrestling competition concluded last weekend at a pub in England as men and women from around the globe vied for the title of the world’s fiercest feet. The unusual game, which ensures competitors literally go toe to toe with each other, was invented in Staffordshire, England in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Top headlines in that last 24 hours

Uber trouble again: Another driver accused of molestation'If you excel, the very society that hated you will be in awe'India may drag Pak to International Court over Kargil martyr KaliaKiller heat wave: Nationwide toll rises to 2,338Lalu throws alliance ball in Nitish's court Bad egg: Vegetarian Chouhan nixes eggs as part of anganwadi meals'How can dissent on government's policy be seen as spreading hatred?'BSF jawan injured after Pak troops violate ceasefire thrice in 24 hoursTDP MLA ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The right to die with dignity

The best tribute to Aruna Shanbaug would be to take some legislative action on ending the mental and financial trauma of those who can't live outside of a hospital again Students pay tribute to Aruna Shanbaug. Photograph: Deepak Salvi/ A regular reader called on Monday evening -- the day Aruna Shanbaug finally died after 42 years of “living” in a vegetative state. The reader (he wanted to remain anonymous) was at pains to explain why denying a person ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Djokovic to meet Federer in Rome final

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning his semi-final match against Spain’s David Ferrer at the Rome Open. Photograph: Stefano Rellandini/Reuters For the first time this week Novak Djokovic needed only two sets to triumph at theRome Masters, beating Spain's David Ferrer 6-4, 6-4 as he reached the final to close in on a 24th Masters 1000 title. The world number one, who is chasing a fourth title in the event, next meets Roger Federer, who ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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