Nancy Pelosi suggests Donald Trump could face bribery charge
The account of a telephone call in which the president discussed his interest in having Ukraine begin investigations will help bolster Democrats’ case against Trump.
Outgoing CJI Gogoi declines requests for interviews, lauds media for maturity in trying times of SC
Justice Gogoi and three other senior most...
View: The Ayodhya verdict revealed, once again, that courts are often courts of law, not courts of justice
The long-awaited decision of the a...
Growing trend of Speakers acting against constitutional duty of being neutral, says SC
A bench of justices N V Ramana, Sanjiv Khanna and Krishna Murari said the Speaker, being a neutral person, is expected to act independently while conducting the proceedings of the House or adjudication petitions.
If BCCI changes reformed constitution, it would be ridiculing SC: Lodha panel secretary
Lodha committee secretary Gopal Sankaranarayanan, who had a pivotal role in drafting the revamp, feels the Supreme Court still has a role to play in the matter and should take appropriate steps, otherwise all its efforts to reform the BCCI's administrative structure would go waste.
History in the making: Donald Trump's impeachment hearing underway
Rep. Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, immediately outlined the question at the core of the impeachment inquiry -- whether the president used his office to pressure Ukraine officials for personal political gain.
After 19 days in limbo, Maharashtra sees President’s rule
President Ram Nath Kovind signed the proclamation approving the Union Cabinet’s recommendation to impose President’s rule and keep the legislative assembly under suspended animation on the evening of November 12.
RS Chairman Naidu convenes meeting of leaders of various parties
Ahead of the historic 250th session of Rajya Sabha, Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu has convened a meeting of leaders of various parties in the House on November 17.
Stand vindicated, moment of fulfilment for me: LK Advani after SC verdict on Ayodhya
Describing this as a moment of "fulfilment" for him, Advani, 92, said "God Almighty" had given him an opportunity to make his own humble contribution to the mass movement, which he termed as the biggest since India's Freedom Movement.
Home ministry monitoring situation ahead of Ayodhya verdict, sounds general alert across the country
A Constitution bench of 5 judge bench comprising of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi & Justices S.A.Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer will pronounce the much-anticipated verdict after a marathon hearing on day to day basis for 40 days. The judgment was reserved the judgment on October 16.
Ayodhya verdict big positive for market, economy, say Dalal Street veterans
Market analysts and economists feel verdict will improve investor confidence.
Shiv Sena MLAs moved to hotel
Raut said. “We don’t understand why BJP is not forming govt or staking claim. If it is not doing so, then it does not have majority support. If they don’t want to form a govt, then they should say so. We can form a govt with a Sena CM. If the BJP has the numbers, then it should give the list of 145 MLAs to the governor and form the govt.
Orders for phone, internet services shutdown in J&K "illegal & unconstitutional", SC told
A bench headed by Justice N V Ramana was told that even after 90 days, communication services -- data, internet, pre-paid mobiles and SMS -- were not operational in the Kashmir Valley, affecting the working of the media. Advocate Vrinda Grover said the state has the power to put reasonable restrictions on the rights conferred under Article 19.
Army plans code of conduct for retired officers, draws flak
The Army’s plan is to get all serving officers to sign an undertaking to adhere to the code of conduct or ethics after retirement. “But the code is still at the discussion stage...there is nothing final yet. Moreover, the Navy and IAF will also have to be consulted too,” said a senior officer. But the veterans are already fuming over the move.
INX case: Delhi HC asks AIIMS to constitute medical board on condition of Chidambaram
The Delhi High Court wants an AIIMS medical board to find out the health condition of P Chidambaram who is presently in Tihar jail in the INX Media case. Chidambaram is said to be suffering from Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel disease. Justice Suresh Kait wants the board to sit today. The HC will tomorrow look into Chidambaram's interim bail plea.
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