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Somnath Bharti 'suppressed' information in affidavits, claims wife
Deccan Chronicle

Somnath Bharti hid info from EC: Wife

NEW DELHI: Former law minister of Delhi and Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Malviya Nagar, Somnath Bharti, is back in news. A fresh controversy has erupted with his estranged wife, Lipika Mitra, alleging in a letter to the chief election commissioner that ... Times of India, 3 hours ago
Trouble mounts for Somnath New Delhi Pioneer, 2 hours ago
The Weather Space

City govt passes law to audit school accounts, check high fees

The Delhi government on Friday passed a legislation to allow audit of private schools' accounts by a panel to check exorbitant fees, diversion of fees for non-educational purposes and public scrutiny of the fee structure. A jail term of three ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago 'CrPC Amendment Bill has no future'  Deccan Herald19 hours ago AAP govt passes legislation, sets stage for flashpoint with Centre  Deccan Herald19 hours ago Winter session: House passes bill, opposition …  Yahoo! India22 hours ago
Millennium Post

Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law complains of political witch-hunt

, 10:18 pm Robert Vadra BY S VENKAT NARAYAN Our Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, November 22: Sonia Gandhi's controversial son-in-lawRobert Vadra, whose land deals are being probed in Haryana and Rajasthan—-ruled by Bharatiya Janata ...
 Sri Lanka Island2 days ago Minister Says Haryana Will Fix Robert Vadra  India-West8 hours ago We will fix Robert Vadra: Anil Vij  5 Dariya News - English14 hours ago Sisodia tables time-bound services bill  Deccan Herald19 hours ago
HT Syndication

Probe 21 e-commerce firms for FDI law violations: Delhi HC to govt

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Nov. 19 -- The Delhi high court on Thursday ordered the government to investigate 21 e-commerce websites for possible violations of foreign direct ...
 HT Syndication5 days ago What is the system to enforce FCRA: HC asks govt  Press Trust of India9 hours ago Party funding: Delhi HC asks govt about system in place to enforce FCRA  Indian Express3 hours ago Delhi HC asks govt to probe 21 e-commerce websites for FDI law violations  HT Syndication5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Woman's consent obtained by deceit amounts to rape: Delhi court

New Delhi: A woman's consent taken on the basis of deception and misconception is "no consent" in the eyes of law and the physical relations established between her and a man amounts to rape, aDelhicourt has said. The court, while holding a man ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 hours ago PTI - COURT-RAPE - Woman's consent obtained by deceit amounts to rape: Court  Namibia Press Agency10 hours ago Woman's consent by deceit amounts to rape: Court  Press Trust of India10 hours ago

Speaker meets top police official over …

The Indian Express Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel Monday invited Special Commissioner (Law & Order) Deepak Mishra to his office after several MLAs complained about being delayed by protests blocking the roads on October 20. The BJP had ...
 Yahoo! India22 hours ago Delhi Assembly Speaker calls Special Commissioner over MLAs getting struck in jam  ZeeNews.com1 day ago PTI - GOEL-MISHRA - Speaker calls Spl Commissioner over MLAs getting struck in jam  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
Times of India

Govt mulls Europe-style water law to save resource

NEW DELHI: Concerned by the future projections of water availability in India, the government is mulling the legislation route to save the scarce resource from depleting any further. It plans to come out with a new draft National Water Framework ...
 Economic Times16 hours ago Taking a cue from Europe, government plans changes in water bill to preserve fast-depleting resource  Times of India21 hours ago

Gender bias in Muslilm law to be heard after 3 weeks

National Politics Hindustan Times Newspapers New Delhi, Nov. 24 -- The Supreme Court on Monday said it would hear after three weeks a PIL, instituted by the court itself, to examine whether Muslim women were facing gender discrimination in cases ...
 HT Syndication20 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Law will take its own course: Venkaiah on Vadra

New Delhi, Nov 23: Minister for Parliamentary Affairs M Venkaiah Naidu today dismissed the allegation that the government was acting out of political vindication against Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, but said the law ...
 Newshence.com1 day ago PTI - VADRA-VENKAIAH - Law must be allowed to take its course: Venkaiah on Vadra  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago There was no political witch-hunt against Robert Vadra, law will take its course says Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu  Firstpost.com1 day ago BJP describes Vadra's claim of political witch-hunt as farcical  DeshGujarat2 days ago

All states/Union Territories sans Tamil Nadu to implement Food Law by March 2016

NEW DELHI: All states and Union Territories, barring Tamil Nadu, will implement the landmark National Food Security Act by March 2016, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said. Till now, 22 states and UTs have rolled out the law while 14 are in ...
 Economic Times1 day ago PTI - FOODLAW - All states/UTs sans TN to implement Food Law by March 2016  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago All States Except Tamil Nadu to Implement Food Law by March 2016: Ram Vilas Paswan  Indolink1 day ago All states/UTs sans TN to implement Food Law by March 2016  Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago
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