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Internet a facility, not right, no curbs on political activity: Farooq Khan
Defending the decision to suspend the Internet since August 5, when the Centre withdrew the special status granted to J&K and imposed a communications blockade, Farooq Khan, advisor to Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu said the Internet is just a facility, not a right.
D-Street bulls take a U-turn in absence of clear signposts
The Sensex and the Nifty ended 0.8 per cent down at 40,445.15 and 11,921.50, respe...
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Supreme Court releases new roster, PILs to be heard by CJI and 3 senior most judges
The new roster is slightly different from the last time when the outgoing CJI Ranjan Gogoi had kept PIL matters for top five judges of the apex court, including the CJI. Besides PIL matters, CJI Bobde has kept with him matters of contempt, election, habeas corpus, social justice, direct and indirect tax cases, among others.
On the go: Villa Ortiga Design Studio founder found a friend in designer Jill Narongchai during a trip to Thailand
Sarabjit Singh feels solo trips can be a 'rigorous learning experience'.
A season of riches: In 2019, golf shone bright in all fifty shades of purple
Brooks Koepka fattened his resume with another PGA Championship under his belt. There were not one, but two first time winners — Gary Woodland and Shane Lowry. Rory McIlroy won hearts with his consistency and class as he endured more pain in the Masters and then at the Open on home turf.
Chinese invaders giving a tough competitive call to Indian TV players
As per regulatory filings made by the company to Registrar of Companies (RoC) and accessed through business intelligence platform Veratech Intelligence, the Korean firm reported a drop in television sales by 8.6% to Rs 3,444.98 crore in 2018-19.
SC agrees to hear PIL seeking consecutive jail terms in cases of corruption, terrorism
The plea had said that the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) provision, which provides that a convict can serve varying jail terms simultaneously for several offences, should not be made applicable to the convicts in heinous cases.
Growth a national objective: Shaktikanta Das
Das, while speaking at the postpolicy press conference on Thursday, said at a critical juncture where growth was slacking, it was of paramount importance that monetary policy and fiscal policy work in coordination to achieve the best results in the national endeavour to revive growth. The career bureaucrat entered the RBI headquarters last December.
Law & Order still a concern in Uttar Pradesh
Before the horrific incident in Unnao on Thursday, a similar case was reported from UP’s Sambhal a fortnight ago when a 15-year-old girl was raped and burnt as she succumbed to her injuries in Delhi last week. Opposition leaders Akhilesh Yadav and Priyanka Gandhi have raised over half a dozen more shocking incidents of sexual crimes in UP over the past month.
Gold falls on China tariff move, but set for a weekly gain
Spot gold was down 0.2 per cent at $1,473.16 an ounce at 0802 GMT.
Gold imports slide for a fifth month as economy slows
Inbound shipments dropped 19 per cent from a year earlier to 56.1 tons.
Mumbai-Bangalore Indigo flight returned to Mumbai, currently under inspection
"An IndiGo NEO A320 aircraft was operating Mumbai-Bangalore this morning. During the flight the pilot observed a caution message. Standard operating procedures were followed and the aircraft was returned to Mumbai as a precaution," an official release said.
Verdict allowing women into Sabarimala not 'final word' as matter referred to larger bench: SC
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) S A Bobde, referring to a recent verdict of the apex court, said the 2018 judgment was not the final word as the issue was referred to a seven-judge bench for consideration. "There is (an order) for a much larger bench to decide the matter. There is no final word as yet," the bench said.
IndiGo plane suffers high engine vibrations mid-air; returns to Mumbai
The aircraft, flying from Mumbai to Bengaluru, was involved in an air turnback due to high vibrations in one of its engines. The plane has been grounded at Mumbai.
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