Nirbhaya case: Mukesh Kumar moves SC, seeks judicial review of rejection of mercy petition by Prez
Mukesh Kumar, one of the death row convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya murder and gang rape case has moved the Supreme Court seeking judicial review of the rejection of mercy petition by the President. A petition has been filed under Article 32 for judicial review of the manner of rejection of the mercy petition.
China imposes massive virus quarantine as US finds second case
While China imposed transport bans in an area covering a staggering 41 million...
Nirbhaya case: Prosecution tells court Tihar jail supplied all documents sought by convicts' lawyer
An advocate appearing for three of the fo...
BPSL's ex chairman Sanjay Singal gets bail in money laundering case
While granting bail, the court recorded differences between details of the probable and actual proceeds of crime submitted by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). Singal was arrested on November 23. The court had denied him bail last month.
Court orders YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to mark his presence every friday
The order, of the court that tries cases under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), comes a fortnight after the CBI court junked a similar plea of Reddy in disproportionate-assets cases against him.
I-T Appellate Tribunal case study was projected as role model by UNDP: CJI Bobde
Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde attended ‘79th Foundation Day of Income Tax Appellate Tribunal’ (ITAT) in Delhi on Jan 24. Speaking at the ...
Coronavirus: 250 passengers screened at Hyderabad airport, no cases found
About 250 passengers coming from Hong Kong underwent thermal screening at the airport in Hyderabad. If there are suspected cases they will be referred to state-run hospitals and their blood samples will be sent for analysis, said the Airport Health Officer. No cases have been found so far.
China's Coronavirus afflictions claim 41 lives, nearly 1300 confirmed cases, 237 critical
The virus has spread to Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Nepal, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States as of Thursday. Japan on Friday reported a second confirmed case.
Mumbai: Charkop building to serve as case study for self-redevelopment
What makes this project unique is that it was executed by residents themselves under the self-redevelopment scheme. No builder was involved. The planning, funding, selection of building contractor, right down to choosing the tiles and fittings was entirely done by the 28 society members.
Sensex jumps 80 points, Nifty tops 12,200; Coffee Day jumps 5%
In the Sensex pack, Asian Paints was the biggest gainer, up 1.07 per cent at Rs 1794.25.
Largecaps could fall more than midcaps this time, financials underperform most: Sandip Sabharwal
India needs economic recovery and I think a shallow recovery will happen because the rural economy itself will recover. But besides that, I do not see any sign. Globally, I think a reversal in the US market is imminent now. The stock markets in the US have seen a parabolic rise and such parabolic rises normally lead to sharp selloffs.
Democrats lay out case for removing Donald Trump
House impeachment managers launched their case for removing Donald Trump from office by depicting him as a president who is vindictive, untruthful, unbound by the law and above all, willing to abuse his power at the expense of US national security.
Businesses face digital ceiling in transformation progress: Infosys study
Digital marketing is a particularly strong capability for Indian companies, according to the new global study by Infosys Knowledge Institute. The Infosys Digital Radar 2020, which measured companies' progress against 22 digital initiatives, this year found that India ranks the highest in the Digital Maturity Index at 71.4, whereas the overall digital maturity, stands at 62.3.
Death toll in China's coronavirus climbs to 25 with 830 confirmed cases
As the virus spread in the country and the world, China on Thursday locked down five cities, including Wuhan, suspending all public transport in an unprecedented move to contain the coronavirus, dampening the celebrations of the Lunar New Year.
No solid proof to reopen Loya case: Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh
However, the state is taking a relook at the investigation into the Bhima Koregaon and the ‘urban naxal’ cases, Deshmukh told ET . The minister said also his Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) was against the implementation of the new citizenship law.
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