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Pakistan court summons all witnesses in Sarabjit's murder case

Pakistan court summons all witnesses in Sarabjit's murder case

A court in Pakistan on Wednesday summoned all the witnesses next month in the murder case of Indian national Sarabjit Singh, who was killed by his fellow prisoners in 2013.

BJP terms Bengal bandh 'complete success', calls it off two hours earlier

BJP terms Bengal bandh 'complete success', calls it off two hours earlier

The shutdown was a "complete success" as the people have willing participated and supported it as it was called for genuine reasons, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said.

Rafale deal was a govt-to-govt discussion: French President Macron

Rafale deal was a govt-to-govt discussion: French President Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron on Rafale deal, says, "It was a govt to govt discussion. I just want to refer to what PM Modi very clearly said a few days ago. I was not in-charge at that time. I know that we have very clear rules." "This one is very important to me because this is a strategic" coalition and not just an industrial relation. "That is my point. I just want to refer to what PM Modi said on this situation," he said.

Inform people mob violence to invite serious consequences, Centre to states

Inform people mob violence to invite serious consequences, Centre to states

To check incidents of lynching, the Centre on Wednesday asked all states to make the general public aware that mob violence of any kind will invite serious consequences under the law.

Rahul Gandhi thanks Supreme Court for supporting 'Congress' vision' on Aadhaar

Rahul Gandhi thanks Supreme Court for supporting 'Congress' vision' on Aadhaar

In its verdict, the apex court declared the Centre's flagship Aadhaar scheme as constitutionally valid, but struck down some of its provisions.

BJP indulging in baseless political witch-hunt against me for four years: Robert Vadra

BJP indulging in baseless political witch-hunt against me for four years: Robert Vadra

"The ruling party rakes up his name every time it is cornered and this time it stands exposed on the Rafale issue," said Robert Vadra.

Aadhaar verdict: Congress cuts a very sorry figure, says Arun Jaitley

Aadhaar verdict: Congress cuts a very sorry figure, says Arun Jaitley

Congress cuts a very sorry figure here as they introduced the idea but they did not know what to do with it, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Aadhaar verdict.

UIDAI sees victory in SC judgement, says pvt usage restricted

UIDAI sees victory in SC judgement, says pvt usage restricted

"I am happy that Aadhaar Act has been upheld and private sector entities have been virtually barred from collecting or linking Aadhar to any services they provide," UIDAI CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey said.

Watch: Key takeaways from SC's Aadhaar verdict

Watch: Key takeaways from SC's Aadhaar verdict

The 12-digit Unique Identification Number was made compulsory for services including bank accounts, PAN cards, cell phone services, passport and even driving licenses. A five-judge bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, Justice A K Sikri, Justice A M Khanwilkar, Justice D Y Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan pronounced its verdict on the petition filed against the Aadhaar. Samanwaya Rautray of The Economic Times identifies the key takeaways from this verdict.

Chronology of Aadhaar case

Chronology of Aadhaar case

A timeline of the Aadhaar scheme that was today declared constitutionally valid by the Supreme Court.

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