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SC defers hearing of election petition against Sonia Gandhi
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SC defers hearing of election petition against Sonia Gandhi

The Supreme Court on Thursday deferred hearing of a plea challenging Sonia Gandhi’s election from Rae Bareli Lok Sabha constituency in 2014 on the issue of her citizenship and for allegedly playing the communal card to garner Muslim votes. A bench headed by Justice A R Dave said a seven-judge Constitution bench was already hearing a matter on a similar issue and therefore it will not be appropriate to take a view in this matter now. “Similar issue is being dealt with by a ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Lodha Panel to BCCI: England tour not our mandate, need payment details

IMAGE: Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha (centre) speaks during a press conference. Photograph: PTI The Supreme Court appointed Lodha Committee has told the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) that the "proposed MoU" between England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the BCCI "is not a part of the mandate" and no directions can be issued on payments unless details are furnished. - 'BCCI has written to Test staging associations as precaution' Secretary Ajay Shirke had sought directions from the committee ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago No IPL media rights deal till BCCI accepts reforms, says Lodha panel  Rediff.com1 month ago BCCI writes to Lodha panel seeking clarifications on IPL rights tender process  Rediff.com1 month ago Stop Wasting Our Time, Supreme Court To BCCI In Its Ultimatum  Jagran Post1 month ago
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US election result won't affect Indian markets

US election results may not reverse Indian markets’ bearish trend, says Devangshu Datta. Data-driven analysis implies that the immediate response to the US election results doesn't necessarily set up a long-term trend. A Bloomberg analysis that goes back to 1984 indicates that it has not happened very often. Bloomberg looked at the broad US stock market index, the S&P 500 movement the day after the vote versus the return over the next 12 months. That's only eight paired data points, ...
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Shastri: India's forgotten reformer

Shastri took the first big step to transform India’s agriculture, the benefits of which his successors reaped in plenty, says A K Bhattacharya. In a recent article, eminent historian Ramachandra Guha wrote about India’s second prime minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri. Mr Guha argued quite convincingly that in spite of his many achievements, Shastri did not get his due either from the nation or from the Congress party, which he had served for his entire life. Shastri took the first big ...
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Need to move from past to solve Cauvery water row

The Supreme Court and its committees, the two states and the central government must become objective and take the present and not just the past in mind, writes S L Rao. I was born in Srirangam near Tiruchirappalli; I am a Kannadiga by mother tongue and domicile and have lived in Chennai for over 10 years, and in Bengaluru, where several relatives live, for over 15 years. This article aims to present an objective view of the the Cauvery water-sharing dispute between Tamil Nadu and ...
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An SC verdict that rattled India's high and mighty

The spectre of Singur and now its verdict is looming large on the future of many of Bengal’s projects, especially the state government’s industrial parks that are vacant. As many more episodes await, the question uppermost on everyone’s minds is, how long will Singur haunt Bengal? September 14, 2016. The event was Singur Diwas, celebration of the Supreme Court order that directed the state government to return the land acquired for Tata Motors at Singur to its original land ...
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Judicial appointments: CJI attacks Centre; law minister disagrees

Differences between judiciary and government continued to be aired in the open with Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Saturday saying there is shortage of judges in high courts and tribunals requiring government intervention, a view Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad strongly disagreed with. “500 judges’ posts are vacant in the high courts. They should be working today, but they are not. At present, there are several vacant courtrooms in India but no judges available. A large ...
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Young Indian lawyer elected to UN's top body of legal experts

In a significant victory, a young Indian lawyer won a hotly-contested election in the United Nations General Assembly for membership to the world body’s top body of legal experts, garnering the highest number of votes in the Asia-Pacific group. Aniruddha Rajput, 33, is among the 34 individuals elected by the General Assembly as members of the International Law Commission, the UN organ tasked with the progressive development of international law and its codification. The newly elected ...
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Kalikho Pul's secret notes can shake Indian politics: Ex-governor

Claiming that Kalikho Pul, who allegedly committed suicide, left 'explosive secret notes', Arunachal Pradesh ex-Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa on Tuesday sought a Central Bureau of Investigation inquiry into the former chief minister’s death. "Many eminent people have informed me that Pul has left behind explosive secret notes that can shake Indian politics," Rajkhowa said. Pul’s body was found hanging at his Itanagar chief minister’s bungalow on August 9. Asked if he had seen ...
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How the new Indian selectors were selected

'For the first time, in picking selectors, we had an application process. In the past it used to be just decided by members who used to come representing their associations, they used to recommend names and we used to see if they fit the criteria and they were appointed.' India’s new selection committee has raised quite a few eyebrows with none of the five members having had a long career in international cricket. But to its credit, the BCCI followed a transparent process wherein it ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago MSK Prasad is new chief selector  Rediff.com2 months ago
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