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Is there a cover-up in Mahatma Gandhi's death? Abhinav Bharat suspects 'foreign hand' in assassination
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Is there a cover-up in Mahatma Gandhi's death? Abhinav Bharat ...

The Supreme Court of India has received a strange petition that claims that the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the predecessor of the CIA, and US’s intelligence agency during WWII, was trying to protect Mahatma Gandhi. The petition that was brought ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Privacy is a right, agrees Centre, but is suspended by Big Brother when required

In an unexpected move, the Centre on 26 July conceded before the Supreme Court of India that “privacy” is a fundamental right. But it added a rider that "it is a qualified one". Up till now, the central government has maintained throughout the ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Privacy a Fundamental Right, subject to restrictions: SC  Rediff.com1 month ago Right to Privacy and the Bhagavad Gita  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Centre says SC verdict reflects its stand on right to privacy  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Right to Privacy: why RS Prasad’s presser is the funniest thing in a long time

The Narendra Modi government’s response to the Supreme Court verdict on the Right to Privacy would have been forgettable had it not been for Ravi Shankar Prasad . Prasad, the Union Minister for Law and Justice and Information Technology, addressed a ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Right to Privacy: What the 9 judge bench concluded in its landmark judgment  catchnews.com1 month ago Right to privacy verdict: What the judges said  Rediff.com1 month ago Invasion of privacy a necessity at times: Centre makes its pro-Aadhaar stand  catchnews.com2 months ago
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All hail the judgement... well, almost

The Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered one of its most momentous judgments in the history of independent India when a five-judge bench deemed it unconstitutional for a Muslim to divorce his wife by the mere utterance of ‘Talaq’ in quick ...
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Jaypee Infratech Insolvency: Indian bankruptcy law serves only defaulting cos

When Supreme Court stayed the insolvency proceedings against real estate developer Jaypee infratech on Monday, 4 September at National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Allahabad, it recognised a glaring loophole in the newly enacted bankruptcy law in the country.
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A victory for Muslim women: SC strikes down triple talaq by 3:2 majority

In a judgment tha will have far-reaching consequences on Indian society and politics, the Indian Supreme Court on 22 August struck down the practice of triple talaq to divorce a wife in a particular community as “unconstitutional”. In a majority ...
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Firecrackers will destroy your organs, say doctors

The Supreme Court ban on firecrackers has come as a boon for those who suffer from respiratory illnesses as they hope there will be less particulate matter in the air as compared to last year, when PM 2.5 (particulates with diameter less than 2.5 mm) level ...
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'Would rather die here than go back', say Rohingyas, facing deportation

Don’t send us back, Rohingya Muslims plead the Indian government. 'India's stand on Rohingyas is despicable' It was late one night in the summer of 2012 that Noorul Islam’s life changed for ever, sealing his family’s fate as refugees from Myanmar’s Rakhine state. Noorul was then just seven, but remembers in detail how militants attacked their home in Rakhine. He also remembers their escape from death and the early days of struggle in Bangladesh from where they were ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago As killings unfold in Rakhine, Rohingyas in India struck with worry and fear  catchnews.com1 month ago Rohingyas' deportation damages idea of India  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why no-fly list is still not ready

Government officials favoured compulsory biometric identification but said it did not happen because of the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar Remember Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena member of Parliament who became the first person to be barred by airlines from flying? The incident prompted the government to revise guidelines to handle unruly passengers by allowing airlines to ban them. But India’s no-fly list is yet to take off as airlines find it difficult to identify offenders and the ...
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Last count: 148,707 Indians died in road accidents in 2015

Indian roads are far more unsafe than its railways. A sense of urgency is required to tackle India's embarrassing record on road safety, says Vinayak Chatterjee. IMAGE: The total number of road accidents increased by 2.5 per cent from 489,400 in 2014 to 501,423 in 2015. Numbers for people killed in road mishaps increased even more, by 4.6 per cent, from 141,526 in 2014 to 148,707 in 2015. Photograph: Stringer/Reuters. There is much agonising over the safety record of the Indian Railways.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Tracking the journey of India  DNA2 months ago
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