The court, however, added that the government cannot be stopped from making it mandatory for opening bank accounts.
Kerala has been witnessing several incidents in which Hindu leaders have been targeted. Several members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Bharatiya Janata Party have been killed in political violence.
In this backdrop, the National Investigation Agency has learnt that a module inspired by the Islamic State had planned on wreck havoc and kill Hindu leaders in Kerala.
This time, it is former Member of Parliament M Shivanna has decided to join the saffron party. He has indicated his decision to quit the Congress.
In a major setback for Pakistan, the British parliament condemned Islamabad’s announcement declaring Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth frontier. A resolution was passed stating that the region is a legal and constitutional part of Jammu and Kashmir which has been illegally occupied by Pakistan since 1947.
“We have decided to intensify our strike from Monday. All shops will remain closed. Fish sellers too have joined us and are extending support to us,” Lucknow Bakra Gosht Vypar Mandal office bearer Mubeen Qureshi said.
The United States is extremely optimistic about its relations with India especially on issues such as counter-terrorism. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval engaged with officials at the highest levels to discuss a host of issues with the focus being counter-terrorism.
After telling Shiv Sena Member of Parliament Ravindra Gaikwad that he is no longer welcome on Indian flights, Air India is set to warn popular TV comedian, Kapil Sharma. The warning will be issued to Kapil Sharma after it was reported that he had behaved ‘very’ badly on an India-Australia flight.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi quoted Jatayu, the epic character from Ramayana, while addressing a gathering in New Delhi on Sunday. He referred to the vulture who laid down its life while fighting terror.
It looks like United States President Donald Trump rhetoric has had a major impact on students from across the world. While announcing the preliminary findings of a survey of 250 colleges, the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers said that nearly 40 per cent of US colleges are seeing a decline in applications from international students.