The owner of a food store in South Delhi's Kalkaji market was caught selling bird feed to as lentils to his customers was sentenced to 4 years in jail by a city court. While sending the accused SR Verma to jail, Additional Chief Metropolitan ... Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: A trial court has sentenced a 20-year-old youth to one year imprisonment for violating traffic norms and injuring a traffic policeman. The court handed the jail term to southwest Delhi resident Pradeep after he rammed his bike into a ...Times of India, 1 month ago Youth gets 1 year jail for injuring traffic policeman Business Standard India, 1 month ago
he Haryana government had rejected the candidature of many persons on flimsy grounds in an attempt to pick up its favourites for the post of commissioners and chief commissioners in the Haryana Right To Service Commission and Information Commission.The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago
A ranchi theatre group reprises a habib tanvir classic, while a jamshedpur cradle celebrates friendship. Plus, culture week at dps Bokaro It was made in 1975, but it's still relevant and its popularity has not diminished even a bit. So, when ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
A harmonious reading of the Tenth Schedule with the 1977 Act should clarify who can be Leader of the Opposition, write Satyadeep Kumar Singh and Sourav Manohar Sardar The impasse over recognition of the leader of the opposition (LOP) in Lok Sabha ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
12:06 am New Delhi : Overstaying in official bungalows by former ministers, ex-MPS and retired bureaucrats has again come under judicial scrutiny with Supreme Court on Friday seeking Centre's response on the issue which was brought to its notice by ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago Unfortunate That Ex-Ministers Overstay in Official Bungalows: SC Outlook India, 1 month ago SC seeks Centre's explanation on ex-ministers overstaying in official bungalows Jagran Post, 1 month ago
Acting on a letter sent by former CAG Vinod Rai, the Supreme Court on Friday sought the Centre's response on government bungalows being illegally occupied by former ministers, legislators and bureaucrats. A three-judge bench presided by Chief Justice R M ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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