Soren acquitted in Chirrudih massacre case JMM supremo and Lok Sabha MP Sibu Soren on Thursday was acquitted in the Chirrudih massacre of 1975, Jamtara Additional District and Sessions Judge Arun Kumar acquitted Soren and 13 others for want of eviden ..
SAARC countries to replicate Right to Information SAARC countries have decided to replicate the 'Right to Information' in their countries keeping in view their socio-economical limitations. This was agreed at a two-day conference of 'Forum of Ministe ..
Govt recognises public demand for lower home loan rates New Delhi, Mar 6 (PTI) The government today acknowledged that there is public demand that interest rates on home loans up to Rs 20 lakh should be slashed, but said it is for the banks and RBI ..
SC to examine whether Pak national can own property in India Created on : 03/06/2008 7:17:13 PM (NORMAL ) New Delhi, Mar 6 (UNI) The Supreme Court has decided to examine an important issue whether a Pakistani national can have right to property i ..
Once awarded for ideal wedding; now jailed for bigamy Created on : 03/06/2008 2:51:55 PM (NORMAL ) Nagpur, Mar 6 (UNI) A man who was twice awarded for solemnising inter-caste marriage and without accepting any dowry has now been convicted for big ..
The Election Commission will hear on Monday the claims of rival factions of Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) to the name of the party following a split in it.Party chief Vaiko and faction leaders L Ganesan and Gingee N Ramachandran had a ..
The Centre has accepted in the Supreme Court that the list of offices exempted from coming under the Office of Profit Act needs to be expanded, a virtual admission of its discriminatory approach on the matter so far."The Court is right to say exempti ..
With the Left parties and the BJP mounting fresh pressure, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said the govt will convene an all-party meeting after 20th March to find political consensus on the Women's Reservation Bill."Time has come to make yet anoth ..
The Supreme Court has said that the special power of High Courts to quash criminal cases related to dowry harassment should be exercised "sparingly, carefully and with caution" as such powers are necessary to do "the right and undo a wrong".The apex ..
The Supreme Court has commenced the final hearing on a petition filed by noted cardiologist P Venugopal challenging his removal as AIIMS Director following the Centre's decision to fix 65 years as the upper age limit for the post.Senior advocate Arun ..