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Election Commission's decision to lift ban on Amit Shah is ''Triumph of truth' for people on Twitter

EC ban on Amit Shah wrong: Subramanian Swamy

"The EC's decision was wrong. It was a very bad decision to ban Amit Shah. That is why they lifted the ban," Swamy told reporters here. First, 8 hours ago
EC's decision to ban Amit Shah campaigning wrong: Swamy Press Trust of India, 9 hours ago

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SC frowns on reversing trial court acquittals

Unless the rulings are palpably wrong, interference by appellate court not justified The Supreme Court has cautioned High Courts against reversing the acquittal of an accused by the trial court unless the judgment was palpably wrong. A Bench of Justices R.M.
 The Hindu4 hours ago Reversal Heeded in Gambling Seizure Case  Courthouse News Service3 hours ago Sahara: Order against Roy was 'pre-written'  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Grace mark compensation for each wrong question: Gujrat Board

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board has decided to give one grace mark each to those students who have attempted question which had wrong answers in the option.
 Times of India5 hours ago

Allotted wrong flat, woman goes to consumer forum

Irked by the delay in getting possession of her flat in a Gurgaon housing complex and being allotted a different flat, a woman has moved the National Consumer Commission seeking action against the builders.
 Times of India5 hours ago

Joy ride goes wrong at JNU: Three students killed in motorcycle accident

Delhi : It was an early morning joy ride that went horribly wrong. Ravi Singh Chaudhary, Santosh Kumar and Ravi Shankar Gupta -- second year MA students at the Centre of Korean Studies at the Jawahar Lal Nehru University in Delhi - were killed on ...
 NDTV8 hours ago

AAP accuses Hema Malini of giving wrong facts in affidavit

DK Tyagi, an AAP supporter from Delhi, has lodged a complaint to the Election Commission yesterday stating that the actress did not mention that she converted to Islam at the time of her marriage.
 First Post.com14 hours ago AAP accuses Hema of furnishing false information in Affidavit  Business Standard15 hours ago AAP accuses Hema Malini of furnishing false information in affidavit  IBN Live13 hours ago Lok Sabha polls 2014: AAP accuses Hema Malini of furnishing false information in Affidavit  Economic Times14 hours ago
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'2 States' stereotyping of North and South India: I am from Karnataka and I find nothing wrong ...

Cross-cultural stereotypes portrayed in Bollywood films can be offensive at worst, and hilarious at best. But by definition itself, the word 'stereotype' implies a widely held but "oversimplified image or idea" of a particular type of person or thing. So is ...
 IBN Live14 hours ago
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Was wrong to question Modi on riots, my candidacy his generosity:

Amethi : BJP's Lok Sabha candidate in this Nehru-Gandhi bastion, Smriti Irani is hard-selling Narendra Modi's 'Vikas Purush' image among the people here who know her more as 'Tulsi', the quintessential 'bahu' she played on small screen, than as a ...
 Deccan Chronicle14 hours ago Once a critic, Irani hardsells Modi image to woo voters  Deccan Herald17 hours ago

Power wielded by the wrong hands

Since the mid-1980s, it has been a trend for celebrities to enter politics just as much as it is a trend for businesspersons to hold top posts in India's prestigious cricket board, says parag biswas The Supreme Court's decision to install former ...
 The Statesman23 hours ago

Wrong decisions, overconfidence, lack of leadership: a suicidal Left is quite the Murphy's law textbook

In the course of five years, the fortunes of India's Left parties have come crashing down around their ears. Sure, in electoral terms, the Left was never a pan-India phenomenon. It was hugely influential in two pockets of India, Bengal and Kerala. It also did ...
 Economic Times23 hours ago
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