SC refuses to reopen verdicts which created collegium system
Under the collegium system, the top court’s five senior-most judges have overwhelming say on who can be appointed a judge. The government can send back names for reconsideration, but should the collegium reiterate its recommendation(s) the government is bound to accept the decision.
Formation of J&K and Ladakh union territories "unlawful and void": China
"The Indian government officially announced the establishment of so-...
Give Rs 100/quintal to farmers to curb stubble burning, SC tells state govts
A top court bench ordered that all farmers be given a Rs 100 per...
India attaches importance to Myanmar's cooperation against insurgent groups: PM Modi to Suu Kyi
Prime Minister Modi emphasised the value India attaches to Myanmar's cooperation in ensuring that insurgent groups do not find space to operate across the India-Myanmar border, the release said. Myanmar is one of India's strategic neighbours and shares a 1,640-km-long border with a number of northeastern states including militancy-hit Nagaland and Manipur.
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Sea-level rise could put 300 million people at risk by 2050
The study estimates that by 2050, without dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, at least 300 mn people across the world, that is more than three times the currently accepted number of 80 mn, will be at risk of annual coastal flooding.
Pakistan violated its obligations under Vienna Convention in Jadhav's case: ICJ President tells UNGA
Presenting the report of the International Court of Justice to the 193-member General Assembly, International Court of Justice (ICJ) President Judge Abduylqawi Yusuf said in his judgement that ICJ “found that Pakistan had violated its obligations under Article 36 of the Vienna Convention and that appropriate remedies were due in this case.”
4 Indian-Americans win state, local elections in US
Indian-American Ghazala Hashmi, a former community college professor, created history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to the Virginia State Senate, while Suhas Subramanyam, who served as the White House technology policy adviser to former president Barack Obama, has been elected to the Virginia State House of Representative.
Rodrygo makes history as Madrid put six past Galatasaray
Rodrygo scored a sensational hat-trick and the fastest two goals in Champions League history on Wednesday as Real Madrid humiliated Galatasaray 6-0.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
A number of companies scheduled to announce their quarterly numbers will also see stock-specific actions.
8,000 block level plastic waste management units on anvil
Every village will be asked to start waste segregation and send its plastic waste to the block level plastic waste management unit. The unit will work at converting waste into bales, and transport them to aggregators for recycling.
Can think of taking 'further decision' if firm indication given on 'core interests': MEA on RCEP
If India gets firm indication that its core interests will be accommodated then it can rethink its decision.
Coca-Cola set to sell some bottling units to partners
The combined value of the deals in the first phase of the selloff is estimated at Rs 1,500-2,000 crore, one of the officials said. HCCB has 18 plants and accounts for two-thirds of Coca-Cola India’s volumes.
Overseas Citizens of India may now subscribe to National Pension System
The National Pension Scheme was first notified for all government employee joining service from Jan 1 2004 and was later extended to all Indian citizens on a voluntary basis from May 2009.
Last-minute India demands jeopardize 16-nation Asian trade pact
India has made additional requests on the China-backed RCEP, that covers half the world’s population.
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