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'Due diligence for all art works put on sale'

Dadha said not a single work was a fake and all the three Rabindranath Tagore works put up in the auction were original Press Trust Of India | Bengaluru March 22, 2015 Last Updated at 20:45 IST Auction house Bid and Hammer has rejected reports of fake art ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Not a single work was a fake... The Echo Of India, 3 weeks ago

Saptari Musahars invest old age allowance in toilets

RAJBIRAJ : Underprivileged Musahar people of Dadha VDC in Saptari are busy in making toilets at their houses. Interestingly, elderly members of the community are contributing shares of their old age allowance for construction of outhouses. This fact has also ...
 Himalayan times4 days ago
Mid Day

'Offensive' IT law struck down

What politicians couldn't muster enough will to do, the Supreme Court did. The apex court struck down a controversial provision in the cyber law providing for arrest for posting allegedly offensive content on websites saying, it is unconstitutional ...
 Mid Day1 month ago Indian law student successfully challenges law restricting free speech online  ABC Radio Australia1 month ago SC strikes down FB arrest rules  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago India's top court upholds free speech on Internet  Rappler1 month ago

Supreme Court upholds right to online free speech

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declared unconstitutional Section 66A of the Information Technology Act that provided for the arrest of a person for posting objectionable comments on the Internet and social media. Describing liberty of thought and expression as ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Facebook, Google should have taken the lead against the Act

Faisal Farooqui, Chief Executive Officer of, is a satisfied man. For MouthShut was one of the first companies to challenge Section 66 A of the Information Technology Act, a controversial law that made posting of offensive comments ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

PM's Mann Ki Baat draws mixed reactions from NCR farmers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann ki Baat address to farmers on Sunday, drew mix reactions from various corners of Delhi-NCR. Majority of farmers expressed their dissatisfaction over Modi's address to the farmers. Although the farmers said that ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

An unreasonable restriction

It is disingenuous for the government to claim its IT law is modelled on British statute when the House of Lords has already read down the U.K.'s worst provisions On February 6, 2013, Sanjay Chaudhary was arrested under section 66A of the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Bobbi Kristina Brown: Pat Houston in On Plot to Kill Her, Says Leolah Brown

[ Life ] Bobbi Kristina Brown lies in a medically induced coma in an Atlanta hospital, and all around her people are discussing how and why she is in such a state. Her aunt, Leolah Brown, has been especially outspoken about her beliefs. She ...
 WebProNews1 month ago

Will fight for farmers from parliament to streets

GREATER NOIDA: Taking part in a protest drive against the Land Acquisition Bill, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today said his party would fight for the interests of farmers and labourers from Parliament to the streets. "(Congress) will ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Will fight for farmers, labourers from Parliament to streets: Ramesh  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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