MODI MEGA CABINET RESHUFFLE ON SUNDAY

Prime Minister Narender Modi Will Reshuffle HiS Cabinet On Sunday  September 3 at 10 AM. According to sources it will be a mega change in the union cabinet. Several ministers have already resigned from cabinet. Five Cabinet ministers, including Uma Bharti and Rajiv Pratap Rudy, have already resigned from their post, with rumours of more … Continue reading MODI MEGA CABINET RESHUFFLE ON SUNDAY

1984 anti-Sikh riots: SC forms two member committee to review riots cases

AMN / New Delhi The Supreme Court has appointed a supervisory panel comprising two of its former judges – Justice J.M.Panchal and Justice K.S.Radhakrishnan – to examine the justification for closure of 241 anti-Sikh riot cases probed by the Special Investigation Team (SIT). A bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A.M. … Continue reading 1984 anti-Sikh riots: SC forms two member committee to review riots cases

5.7 % GDP growth rate in 1st quarter of current fiscal is matter of concern: Jaitely

AMN / NEW DELHI Finance Minster Arun Jaitley has said, the 5 point 7 percent GDP growth rate in first quarter of this fiscal is a matter of concern and it throws up challenge to the economy. He said the rate has come down predominantly due to pre- GST effect as manufacturers were focusing more … Continue reading 5.7 % GDP growth rate in 1st quarter of current fiscal is matter of concern: Jaitely

AFC Asian Cup: Six U-23 Indian players named in squad for Macau

Harpal Singh Bedi / New Delhi Six players from India’s AFC U-23 campaign in Doha were named in the 24-member squad for India’s forthcoming AFC Asian Cup Qualifier match against Macau on September 5. India currently stay on top of Group A with 6 points, courtesy back to back victories against Myanmar and the Kyrgyz … Continue reading AFC Asian Cup: Six U-23 Indian players named in squad for Macau

SC sets 2 ex-judges panel to look into cases of 1984 riots

The Supreme Court has set up a panel of two ex-judges to look into 199 cases of 1984 anti-sikh riots in which closure report was been filed by SIT. The panel of Justices J M Panchal and K S Radhakrishnan will start functioning from 5th of September. The apex court has asked them to file … Continue reading SC sets 2 ex-judges panel to look into cases of 1984 riots

Indian Supreme Court to hear plea against deportation of Rohingya Muslims

Our Correspondent / New Delhi The Supreme Court of India is likely to hear on Monday (September 4) a plea seeking to restrain the government from deporting 40,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Myanmar. Rohingya Muslim refugees have taken shelter in India and in Bangladesh to escape widespread violence against them by Myanmar authorities. The … Continue reading Indian Supreme Court to hear plea against deportation of Rohingya Muslims

UP: 2 arrested in Minor gang-rape case

Sonebhadra (UP) Two people have been arrested for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl in Kon area here, police said today. According to the complaint lodged by victim’s father yesterday, the incident took place on Aug 28 when the minor went to graze cattle in field. The accused were booked under the Protection of Children Against … Continue reading UP: 2 arrested in Minor gang-rape case

SC to hear Jairam Ramesh’s plea on Aadhaar in November

New Delhi / The Supreme Court will hear Congress leader Jairam Ramesh’s plea challenging the Lok Sabha Speaker’s decision to certify a bill to amend the Aadhaar law as a money bill in the first week of November. The matter was mentioned today before a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra by senior advocate … Continue reading SC to hear Jairam Ramesh’s plea on Aadhaar in November

Iraqi PM Hayder al-Abadi declares victory over Islamic State militants

WEB DESK Iraqi Prime Minister Hayder al-Abadi declared victory over Islamic State militants in Tal Afar and the entire province of Nineveh yesterday, despite continued fighting in the small town of al-‘Ayadiya. In a statement Abadi said Tal Afar has been liberated. Tal Afar had become the next target of the US-backed war on the … Continue reading Iraqi PM Hayder al-Abadi declares victory over Islamic State militants

US govt settles Donald Trump’s travel ban lawsuit with campaigners

WEB DESK The US government will allow people, earlier barred from entering the country by President Donald Trump’s travel ban, to re-apply for visas following a legal settlement with campaigners. Under the terms of the agreement, reached in a federal court in New York, the government must contact all individuals who had been turned away … Continue reading US govt settles Donald Trump’s travel ban lawsuit with campaigners