2019: When Supreme Court shut the Rafale controversy

Rafales-at-a-IAF-baseNew Delhi, Dec 14: It was probably one of the most important defence deals and an extremely crucial one for the Indian Air Force.

In December 2018, the Supreme Court had rejected petitions that sought a court-monitored probe into the purchase of Rafale jets. The issue was debated in Parliament and after the SC rejected the petitions, a review petition was filed, which was heard in open court.

Year 2019: When SC restored the right of Ram Lalla

ayodhya1New Delhi, Dec 14: A centuries-old dispute was put to rest. The year 2019 witnessed an end to the Ayodhya dispute, with the Supreme Court ruling that the disputed site belongs to Ram Lalla. T

he court took into account several aspects before stating that the Hindus shall get the disputed land at Ayodhya while the Muslim side would be provided with alternate land of 5 acres.

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2019: The historic year when Article 370 was abrogated

jk-ladakh1New Delhi, Dec 14: One of the biggest decisions taken by Modi Sarkar 2.0 in the year 2019 was the abrogation of Article 370. The decision was a controversial yet bold one and it has been met with applauds and criticism as well.

The announcement was made by Union Home Minister, Amit Shah in Parliament. The decision to abrogate Article 370 was passed in both the Lok Sabha as well as the Rajya Sabha.

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Coimbatore rape and double murder: SC re-confirms death sentence for convict

death-sentenceNew Delhi Nov 07: The Supreme Court has reconfirmed the death sentence awarded to a man convicted for gang raping a minor girl and killing her along with her brother in Coimbatore in 2010.

The Supreme Court it may be recalled had stayed his execution. After awarding a death sentence, the convict Manoharan had sought a review of the order dated August 1, which ha awarded him a death penalty.

Is Siddaramaiah Preparing For A Hard Bargain In 2019, Or Is He Just Cranky?

siddaSiddaramaiah, the former chief minister of Karnataka, dropped a bombshell, so to speak, created a flutter, and left with his family to Europe on a holiday. The man who led the state for five years is still bitter that the Congress formed the government with the Janata Dal (Secular), which he was part of once upon a time.

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