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Firecracker ban reduced Diwali pollution, but it was still at a harmful level
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Firecracker ban reduced Diwali pollution, but it was still at ...

Despite Supreme Court’s ban on the sale of firecrackers, the National Capital Region (NCR) woke up to a blanket of smog a day after Diwali. Areas such as Lodhi Road and India Gate were severely affected as early-morning joggers were seen wearing face ... catchnews.com, 1 month ago

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

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 ...
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Big victory for Trump; US SC allows his travel ban to go into full effect

In a significant victory for President Donald Trump, the United States Supreme Court has backed his controversial travel ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries, allowing its immediate enforcement. The travel ban is the third version of a contentious policy that Trump first sought to implement a week after taking office in January. As a result of the 7-2 vote by the Supreme Court, Trump’s travel ban, which restricts travel to the US by people from Iran, Libya, Syria, ...
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A dialogue with JC | Triumph at int’l court: It’s victory of India’s rising clout at global level

Q: Heartily congratulation. How did this miracle happen that you got 183 out of 193 votes? A : India is gaining respect in the world. Apart from 183 votes in the general assembly; all 15 members of the Security Council voted in our favour, which means that ...
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Padmavati row: No shooting for 15 minutes across India on Sunday

As a mark of solidarity with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversy-hit “Padmavati”, hundreds of people -- from filmmakers to workers -- across the country have announced a 15-minute blackout on Sunday. The Indian Films and TV Directors’ Association, along with 19 other bodies of the film and television industry from across the country will stop shooting for 15 minutes to protect the right to freedom of expression of those in the creative field. Organisations such as ...
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Assam told to accept ration card to update citizen data

Following multiple instances where retired Army jawans in Assam were asked to prove their Indian citizenship, the Ministry of Home Affairs has told the state government that the ration card can be used to update data in the National Register of Citizens. The ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Meet Mahiruddin Ahmed: Another Indian soldier in Assam hounded as a ‘foreigner’  catchnews.com1 month ago Indian citizens are being branded as 'foreigners' in Assam. What's going on?  catchnews.com1 month ago
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MNCs breathe easy; SC offers them tax relief

The case relates roughly to assessment years 2000-01 to 2002-03 and 2004-05 to 2007-08 The Supreme Court in a recent judgment has ruled that the outsourcing of work to India by multinational companies (MNCs) per se would not give rise to any permanent establishment (PE) in the country and, hence, the global income of these MNCs attributable to this back-office work cannot be taxed in India.   The judgment will have repercussions for taxing outsourcing businesses as well as subsidiaries of ...
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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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Singing in the dark: Patriotism at the cinema

Supreme Court judge Justice DY Chandrachud, who helmed the landmark judgement on Right to Privacy, has recently questioned a 2016 court order making it mandatory for the National Anthem to be played in cinema halls. While questioning the logic behind forcing ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Jisha murder case: Convict sentenced to death

A court in Kochi on Thursday awarded the death sentence to Ameerul Islam, the lone convict found guilty in the rape and murder case of a 30-year old Dalit law student in Kerala last year. Ernakulam Principal Sessions court judge N Anil Kumar awarded the death penalty to Islam, a migrant labourer from Assam, for committing murder of the law student at nearby Perumbavoor. Islam has been awarded life imprisonment for committing the rape of the woman after he was also found guilty under ...
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