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Man gets 3 yrs in jail for assaulting traffic cop

A court has convicted a man of assaulting Basavanagudi traffic head constable Shantha Veeranna during a drunk-driving check in February 2014. The Second Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Venkanna B Hosamani, sentenced Munawar Pasha, of Avalahalli, to ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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Why TN turned its back on Modi

Thursday’s protests across Tamil Nadu was less pro-Cauvery and more anti-Modi in character and content -- including in it various development projects in the state that are perceived as ‘environmentally unfriendly’ and hence ‘anti-Tamil’, says N Sathiya Moorthy.  DMK’s Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi participates in a black flag demonstration against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit in Chennai on Thursday. Tamil Nadu saw widespread protests against ...
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Asked to prune it, BBMP staff chop whole tree

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has axed a full-grown tree after an influential person wanted the tree pruned. Residents of Rajarajeshwari Nagar say that since January, the BBMP has felled at least 34 trees in the area to please some influential ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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KL Rahul is Wisden India Almanack's Cricketer of the Year

IMAGE: KL Rahul celebrates. Photograph: BCCI KL Rahul is the 'Cricketer of the Year' in the sixth edition of Wisden India Almanack, which has just been released.   The Almanack pays a tribute to India's women cricketers, with a wonderful cover picture of celebration at the World Cup. Virat Kohli has emerged as the most successful Indian and international cricketer, but this year the focus shifts to matches in England and Australia. “Kohli is already the statistician's delight; if he ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Injured Lankan fisherman rescued by CG brought to Kochi

A severely injured fisherman onboard a Sri Lankan fishing vessel, who was rescued by the Indian Coast Guard, has been brought here, a defence spokesman said today.The vessel had left the island nation on February 14 with five crew members.One of the crew ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Photojournalists, Bombay House guards resolve dispute

The Mumbai Press Club and the Bombay News Photographers Association today signed an agreement with Tops Security to terminate a long-standing dispute concerning the attack on a group of photojournalists outside Bombay House, the Tatas' headquarters in Mumbai.The Tata Group Company, Associated Building Company Ltd (ABCL), which owns and maintains Bombay House, facilitated the agreement.The dispute between the two sides has been pending before the Press Council of India since November 2016.As per ...
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Need to balance national interest, right to privacy: SC on Aadhaar issue

There is a need to strike a balance between individual’s privacy rights and the State’s responsibilities at a time when the nation faces threats of terrorism and money laundering and to keep a tab on welfare expenditure, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday. Its observation came after a senior lawyer, challenging the validity of the government’s flagship Aadhaar programme and its enabling Act of 2016, said the Constitution does not allow a surveillance State as it is ...
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