Such members have no moral right to be in LS: Rajnath Singh on Rahul's rape remark
Lok Sabha proceedings on Friday were adjourned twice, first for half an hour and then for another 15 minutes amid uproar over Rahul Gandhi's reported remarks about rape in the country.
BJP members protest in LS, demand apology from Rahul Gandhi on rape remarks
The BJP on Friday launched a blistering attack in the Lok Sabha o...
Absolutely no question of Rahul apologising over his comment: Tharoor
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said on Friday Rahul Gandhi has made a "...
Rahul Gandhi refuses to apologise for his rape remarks, claims Modi had called Delhi 'rape capital'
Under attack for his rape remarks, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday said he would never apologise and instead demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi put out his old video in which he claimed that Delhi had turned into a "rape capital" under the UPA dispensation.
My name is not 'Rahul Savarkar', will never apologise for truth: Rahul Gandhi
Taking a jibe at the BJP for demanding an apology for his "rape in India" remark, Gandhi said, "My name is Rahul Gandhi, not Rahul Savarkar. I will never apologise for speaking truth and nor will any Congressman do so. It is Narendra Modi and his assistant Amit Shah who has to apologise to the country for destroying India's economy."
Rahul Gandhi refuses to apologise on 'rape' remark, says govt diverting attention from North-East
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday refused to apologise over his "rape in India" remark during an election rally in Jharkhand ...
Women BJP MPs seek EC action against Rahul for rape remark at Jharkhand poll rally
"It is with a sense of outrage that women MPs of BJP have approached the Election Commission of India to take strongest action possible against Rahul Gandhi. Mr Gandhi has used rape as a political weapon to settle scores with Narendra Modi.
Irani says Rahul using rape as 'political tool'; BJP women MPs approach EC
A delegation of BJP's women parliamentarians including Union minister Smriti Irani on Friday approached the Election Commission and demanded...
SC to consider appointing its ex-judge to inquire into encounter of rape-murder accused in Hyderabad
"We are conscious of the fact that the Telangana High Court had taken note of it," a bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) S A Bobde said, adding that the top court only wants that a Delhi-based former apex court judge should hold inquiry into the case. "We propose to appoint a former Supreme Court judge to inquire into it," said the bench.
GIC settles insider trading case with Sebi
The markets watchdog had conducted an investigation in the scrip of Axis Bank and observed that state-owned GIC had delayed in making disclosures.
Uproar in Lok Sabha over Rahul Gandhi's 'Rape in India' remark, BJP demands apology
The BJP on Friday launched a blistering attack in the Lok Sabha on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his reported rape remarks and sought his...
From 'Make in India' to 'Rape in India': Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi govt over crimes against women
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on Narendra Modi over crimes against women and said that the Prime Minister had laun...
Nirbhaya case: Convict files review petition in SC, seeking leniency
Akshay Kumar Singh, one of the convicts in the brutal December 16, 2012, gang-rape and murder case, on Tuesday filed a review petition in th...
Vet case: Telangana HC adjourns pleas against 'encounter' killing
On Thursday, the court had posted the matter for Friday to enable the State Government to get a clarification from the Supreme Court on the status of the bodies of the four men preserved in the state-run Gandhi Hospital here as per earlier orders of the High Court.
Rape, POCSO case probes should be completed in 2 months: Ravi Shankar Prasad to write to CMs, CJs
"I am going to write letters to all the chief ministers urging them to complete the investigation within two months in rape and POCSO cases," Prasad told reporters. Incidents of rape and crimes against women are unfortunate and highly condemnable, Prasad said. "I will also write to the chief justices of all the high courts," he further added.
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