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Haji Ali Dargah case: HC to pronounce verdict on ban on women today
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Haji Ali Dargah case: HC to pronounce verdict on ban on women ...

The Bombay High Court today will pronounce its verdict on a public interest litigation (PIL) challenging the ban on the entry of women into the inner sanctum of the city's famed Haji Ali Dargah.A two-judge division bench of the high court, comprising of Justice V M Kanade AMD and Justice Revati Mohite Dhere will pronounced the verdict.The ban was imposed in 2012 by the Haji Ali Dargah Trust citing some religious traditions as the reason.The PIL was filed by ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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Lodha reforms are illegal and unconstitutional: Justice Katju

The Supreme Court verdict on BCCI reforms today came under a sharp attack from former apex court judge Markandey Katju, who termed the reforms as "unconstitutional and illegal." Katju, who has been appointed by the BCCI to advice on SC verdict on implementation of Justice Lodha committee recommendations, also advised the board to file a review petition before a larger bench of the apex court and not to meet the committee as scheduled on August 9 terming the panel as "null and void".  ...
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Now, Punjab-based NGO moves SC seeking stay on Udta Punjab

The Udta Punjab row continues... A Punjab-based NGO moved the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the release of Udta Punjab, saying it depicts the state in a 'bad light'. The NGO also challenged the Bombay high court order clearing the decks for the release of the movie after deleting a urination scene and displaying a revised disclaimer. The plea for an urgent hearing was mentioned before a vacation bench of Justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and L Nageswara Rao, which asked ...
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Unitech, its top bosses dragged to court in alleged cheating case

The complaint was filed by Gurgaon resident Paramvir Singh Narang alleging that he had booked a flat in Unitech Cascades at Greater Noida in 2006, which was to be handed over by April 2008 but the company failed to abide by its agreement. A New Delhi court has ordered initiation of proceedings against real estate major Unitech Ltd and its top bosses in a case of alleged cheating lodged by an investor for not giving him possession of a flat booked in 2006 in Greater Noida, adjacent to the ...
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Akhlaq's family gets relief as Allahabad HC stays arrest order

In a big relief to the family of Mohammed Akhlaq, who was lynched to death by a violent mob over suspicion of consuming beef in the Bisada village near Dadri in Noida last year, the Allahabad high court on Friday stayed their arrest in connection with the case.Mohammed Akhlaq's family had moved the court against a recent session court order directing a police case be filed against them for storing and consuming beef. Akhlaq's mother, wife, daughter and sons were made accused ...
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Trump says 'I want to debate very badly.' But he has conditions

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he wants to “debate very badly” with his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton but will first see terms and conditions of the three presidential debates scheduled for September and October. “I will absolutely do three debates. I want to debate very badly. But I have to see the conditions,” Trump told The Time magazine. The debate is considered the most significant part of the US presidential elections, which very often ...
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'Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila ends 16-year-long routine with breaking of fast

As Manipur's 'Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila broke her fast on Tuesday, a fortnightly routine going on for about 16 years also ended. Every fortnight a 10-minute ambulance journey from Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Science Hospital would take her to the chief judicial magistrate court in Imphal West where the magistrate would routinely ask her whether she would break the hunger strike. "Fast thodolokai (No I won't break my fast)", would be her answer each time. But the pattern changed on ...
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India always wants gold for me no matter what I play: Sania

IMAGE: India's Sania Mirza play a shot during her women's doubles first round match at the Rio Olympics. Photograph: PTI. Sania Mirza remained confident of winning a medal for India in the mixed doubles after losing in the first round of the women's doubles alongside inexperienced teammate Prathana Thombare. "India always wants gold for me no matter what I play. At the end of the day, we can just try. There is no guarantee in a sport. We can just try and give our ...
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HC on Udta Punjab: Censors need not to be overly critical

Justices S C Dharmadhikari and Shalini Phansalkar-Joshi said it will pass orders in the case on June 13 after it concluded hearing arguments on the petition filed by Phantom Films, producer of Udta Punjab, against an order of the revising committee of the Central Board of Film Certification that suggested changes in the film. In sharp observations, the Bombay high court on Friday asked the Censor Board not be overly-critical so that creative people can grow in the film industry ...
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French Open PHOTOS: Murray, Wawrinka face-off in semis; Djokovic, Serena advance to quarters

Images from Wednesday's matches at Roland Garros IMAGE: Britain's Andy Murray reacts during his French Open quarter-final match against Frenchman Richard Gasquet at Roland Garros in Paris on Wednesday. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Britain’s Andy Murray set up a mouthwatering semi-final with defending champion Stan Wawrinka at the French Open in Roland Garros on Wednesday. Second seed Murray reached his fourth semi-final on the red dirt by fighting back to defeat home ...
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