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Ayodhya case: Members can discuss review petition in Nov 26 meeting, says Sunni board chief

Muslim body chairman Zufar Farooqi said members can discuss the issue of Ayodhya case review petition in their November 26 meeting. "I have been authorised to take a decision on behalf of the board but if any member has objection to it, he can raise it in the meeting," Farooqui said. The Board will take a decision on whether to accept land or not.

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  • "International community has to assist India in eradicating radical Islamist terror that is when the human rights situation will be possible," Sunanda Vashisht said. Plebiscite in Kashmir is never going to happen. A plebiscite requires the community to unite for a decision, but in this case, a part of Kashmir is in India, another in Pak, a part of it is also held with China, she said.

    A five-judge bench, led by former CJI Dipak Misra, eventually struck down the rules as discriminatory of women’s right to equality and worship on Sept 28, 2018. In doing so, the court had shrugged of the temple management’s claim that the practice has been in existence for centuries and should be left alone.

    Parents can transform the lives of their children if they give them the right financial advice in their formative years itself. They must also lead by example. They can’t be splurging themselves and expecting their kids to be prudent with money.

    The amended law will outline the procedure to seek redress in the civil courts against sentence by Army courts, the report said. In a major victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on July 17 ruled that Pakistan must review the death sentence given to Jadhav.

    Daiichi has taken Fortis founders Malvinder and Shivinder Singh to court for a Rs 3,600 crore ($500 million) arbitration award granted by a Singapore tribunal.

    The United States has urged the Pakistani government to uphold the rule of law and the freedoms enshrined in the country's Constitution.

    “We are nationalists too. We stand with the government against terrorism,” said senior advocate Kapil Sibal, who was arguing Azad’s petition challenging the government’s refusal to let him visit the UT or address public rallies there.

    "The CBI on Friday conducted searches at the offices of Amnesty International India Private Limited and Indians for Amnesty International Trust in Bengaluru and New Delhi," said Amnesty India in a statement.

    Nirmohi Akhara has not accepted the design of the Ram temple as laid out by the VHP- backed Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas. “The temple that should come up in Ayodhya should be a non-ostentatious one that reflects the sacrificing, austere spirit of Lord Shri Ram; not a soulless, modern complex,” the Nirmohi Akhara’s sarpanch, Mahant Rajaramchandra Acharya, said.

    The Delhi High Court has denied a bail to P Chidambaram in the INX Media case that the Enforcement Directorate is investigating. Chidambaram was arrested by the CBI in connection with the money laundering case. The CBI had registered a FIR on May 15, 2017, alleging irregularities in clearances granted by the FIPB to the INX Media group.

    Her final postmortem report, which was issued by Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH) Woman Medico-Legal Officer (WMLO) Dr Amrita on Wednesday, revealed that the girl was sexually abused before being murdered, the News International reported on Thursday. The probe is being supervised by the Larkana District and Sessions Judge.

    “The election is Trump’s to lose,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. “Trump wins if the economy and his approval rating are about the same a year from now as today, and turnout is typical. But if the economy stumbles, his popularity flags or Democrat turnout is big, the Democrats win.”

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