CHILD RIGHTS CASES
Pakistan has dubious distinction of recruiting children in terrorist groups: India
First Secretary Paulomi Tripathi said while there has been change in attitude towards children's rights, they remain the most vulnerable in a world riven by poverty, inequalities of opportunity, armed conflict, terrorism and humanitarian crises.
Dental student found dead in Pakistan hostel was raped, reveals autopsy report
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Not okay with the Ram temple model decided by VHP's Nyas: Nirmohi Akhara
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.
Delhi HC rejects Chidambaram’s bail application
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.
Uttarakhand HC denies maternity leave to govt employees in case of third child
The single bench order had been delivered on a PIL filed by Haldwani-based nurse Urmila Masih challenging a government rule not to provide maternity leave to women in case of a third child.
Miranda Kerr & Evan Spiegel welcome second child, name baby boy - Myles
The Victoria's Secret model shared the happy news on Instagram.
ET Explains: How Essar Steel verdict changes the rules of the game for future bankruptcy cases
It was one of India's original Dirty Dozen referred by the RBI to NCLT for resolution under IBC.
Sunni Waqf Board taking legal opinion on whether to accept plot for mosque in Ayodhya: Farooqui
"As of now, it has to be seen whether the board can refuse to take the five-acre land for the construction of a mosque as ruled by the Supreme Court. Will it amount to contempt of court? The board has started taking legal opinion on this point," he said. Farooqui said there were divergent views within the board on the matter.
Loaded with anti-India panelists, Congressional Commission to hold hearing on Kashmir
A bipartisan Congressional Commission is ready to hold a hearing on human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir post revoking Article 370 by the Indian government on August 5. The commission has raised suspicion over the sudden hearing without notice and choosing a panel that is "loaded against India" and is expected to be a one-sided affair.
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Stone-paved streets are potentially dangerous for pedestrians and civic bodies.
Chronology of events in Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case
As the Supreme Court granted the entire disputed land in Ayodhya to deity Ram Lalla, here is the chronology of events that led to the judgement.
Radha Soami chief admits to financial dealings with Singh brothers
According to a 74 page affidavit filed in the High Court, chief of Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB) Gurinder Singh Dhillon has said that in 2010, RHC holdings Ltd (respondent 19) through Singh brothers had approached him to assist them in subscribing for the rights issue, suggesting that they would finance Dhillons to subscribe to the rights issue.
Essar Steel: SBI welcomes SC judgement, may send more cases for review
Landmark judgement has paved a way for a faster resolution going forward, says SBI MD.
Centre tells depts to allow govt-run training institutes to do transparency audit
The Union has directed its departments to allow government-certified training institutes to condust transparency audits in order to facilitate proactive disclosure of information to the public which is mandated by the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005, so that people have to use the transparency law less to get information.
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