3 Islamic State operatives arrested from Mumbai, Bijnor, Jalandhar

ISIS FLAGThree Islamic State-inspired operatives have been arrested from Bijnor, Jalandhar and Mumbai. The operation was a joint one carried out by police forces of five states. The operation was led by the Delhi police.

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Today anti-nationals are those who speak against government: Justice Shah

justiceShahThe nationalism that forced one to stand up for the national anthem at a movie theatre was questioned by the former chief justice of the Delhi high court, A P Shah. Delivering the M N Roy memorial lecture on free speech, Justice Shah asked why is what should be eaten being prescribed.

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Babri verdict: Nine things the Supreme Court said

Ayodhya case: Waiting for the verdictThe Supreme Court dealt a major blow to senior Bharatiya Janata Party leaders  L K Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and nine others in the Babri Masjid demolition case. The court ordered that these persons would be tried for criminal conspiracy and the trial should be completed in two years. “No adjournments,” the SC ordered.

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Non-bailable warrant issued against Zakir Naik

zakirnaikA special court has issued a non-bailable warrant against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. The court said that the warrant would be an open dated one. On Tuesday the Enforcement Directorate had moved the court seeking issuance of a non-bailable warrant against controversial against Naik. The application was moved in the Special Prevention of Money Laundering Court in Mumbai.

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UP elections: Cong-SP now sing ‘ye hui na baat’

akhilrahulLucknow, Feb 7: The campaign in Uttar Pradesh is at a feverish pitch and the Samajwadi Party-Congress combine has s ared no effort to make it musical. After a campaign slogan, UP ko yeh saat pasand hai,”it is now ye hui na baat.

UP ko yeh saath pasand hai: The new Congress-SP slogan

This song, written by playback singer Amit Mishra, lists out the friendship between the SP and Congress apart from the achievements of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. The song is already making a buzz in the state and is said to be a major hit.

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AgustaWestland: CBI likely to question former PM Manmohan Singh

Photo courtesy: Money control

Photo courtesy: Money control

New Delhi, Dec 12: Investigators probing the AgustaWestland chopper deal are likely to question former Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh and others.

The CBI says that it would like to seek some clarifications from Dr Singh.

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Why was Jayalalithaa buried and not cremated

jayaburialChennai, Dec 7: There were questions that were asked when it was decided that J Jayalalithaa would be buried and not cremated.
Customs suggest that a Tamil Iyengar Brahmin is cremated and not buried.

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DMK chief Karunanidhi admitted to hospital

pressreleaseChennai, Dec 1: DMK supremo M Karunanidhi was admitted to a hospital early on Thursday morning. Kauvery Hospital, where he is undergoing treatment, says that he was admitted for optimisation of nutrition and hydration.

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SC tells Karnataka to release 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to TN from Oct 7 to18

supremeNew Delhi, Oct 4: The Supreme Court today directed Karnataka to release 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery water daily to Tamil Nadu from October 7 to 18th.

The directive was issued after the Supreme Court had granted Karnataka one hours time to decide on how much water it could release between October 7 to 18. Further the Supreme Court constituted the supervisory panel and directed it to visit the Cauvery basin.

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After Kapil Sibal’s apology SC agrees to hear Subrata Roy matter

subbuNew Delhi, Sept 23: There was more drama in the Supreme Court after the Sahara group apologized on behalf of their counsel Rajeev Dhawan for using intemperate language in the court.
The Supreme Court had ordered that Sahara chief Subrata Roy will go back to jail. After considering the apology, the Supreme Court allowed Sahara chief Subrata Roy to move a fresh bail application. T
he court, however, said that Roy will remain in jail until the bail application was heard.

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