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| 17 April, 2022, 08:53 AM IST | E-Paper


    Uttar Pradesh Police working to reduce tension, says ADG Prashant Kumar

    "They encroach upon a valuable judicial time which could be otherwise utilised for considering genuine issues. It is high time that such so-called public interest litigations are nipped in the bud so that the developmental activities in the larger public interest are not stalled," the bench said.

    Telangana govt bans private practice for directly recruited doctors

    ​​​​ Vaishnav further said that he is also working on a five-year vision document for the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), which is the Modi government's flagship initiative to create and promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship across the length and breadth of the country.

    At 1,081, Maharashtra logs highest daily COVID-19 cases after Feb 24; Mumbai records 739 fresh cases

    A top court bench, led by Justice BR Gavai, said that these were required in larger public interest, removing any last-minute legal hitches to the constructions which have raised the ire of religious conservatives in the state.

    Delhi technically only witnessed heatwave for 13 days

    Amid the row over the controversial remarks by suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal against Prophet Mohammed, massive protests were seen in Ranchi, Jharkhand. Police and RAF on June 12 ...

    Mumbai records 889 COVID-19 cases, one death; active caseload rises to 4,294

    The 'Save Soil Movement' is a global initiative to increase awareness about deteriorating soil health and bring about a conscious response to improve it, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said in a statement.

    Precautionary measures in Karnataka to maintain law & order: CM Bommai

    Under Section 46 of the Act, a cartel member may approach the Commission by way of filing an application seeking a lesser penalty, in return for providing full, true and vital disclosures in respect of the alleged cartel to the Competition Commission of India.

    Delhi technically only witnessed heatwave for 13 days

    The study used data from the National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) to match 46,610 COVID-19 positive individuals with control patients who were diagnosed with a different respiratory tract infection so they could compare how COVID-19 specifically affected patients' mental health.

    Violent protests on Prophet: No place for violence in democracy, says Union minister Anurag Thakur

    Police have located the building to be situated in Khajuri Khas area and traced the family of the girl. Enquiries are being made and legal action will be taken against the family, a senior police officer said. Meanwhile, social media users expressed outrage over the incident and demanded action against the culprits. One of the users also tagged Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana and Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal.

    Maharashtra COVID updates: 2,701 new cases reported in a day, highest in nearly 4 months

    Anish Dayal was designated as a Senior Advocate in 2021 and practised primarily at the Supreme Court and the High Court of Delhi. He had his own civil, commercial and corporate litigation and arbitration practice for over 26 years. He had enrolled as an advocate with the Delhi Bar Council in 1995.

    Rohingya trafficking case: NIA files chargesheet against 6 accused in human trafficking

    Uttarkashi, The death toll in the Uttarkashi bus accident rose to 26 with the recovery of one more body after which the search and rescue operation was concluded, officials said on Monday.

    Kerala clocks 1,544 new COVID-19 cases, minister holds meeting

    The plea said that the facts constituting cause of action accrued on May 17, 1992, when the Act came into effect and by using unbridled power under section 2(c), the Centre arbitrarily notified five communities namely Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsis as minority at national level against the spirit of the TMA Pai ruling of the top court.

    IMD claims no delay in monsoon progress, will hit Maharashtra over next two days

    According to police officials, the protest have been continuing since morning and picked up tempo post-Friday prayers. Many shops and establishments kept their shutters down in protest against the remarks.

    Delhi's minimum temp settles at 29.7 deg C, light thunderstorms likely

    Internet services have been suspended in entire Howrah district till June 13 and Section 144 of CrPC has been imposed in several areas such as Uluberia, Domjur and Panchla till June 15.

    West Bengal: 30% jump in new COVID-19 cases in a day

    According to police sources, 22 passengers managed to escape from the bus that was completely charred due to fire. The injured have been shifted to various hospitals in Kalaburagi and are undergoing treatment. The driver of the tempo trax is also severely injured, sources said.