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Molestation case: St Stephen's Professor's arrest stayed till 17th August

Molestation case: St Stephen's Professor's arrest stayed till 17th August

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today stayed the arrest of St Stephen's College Professor Satish Kumar, an accused of molesting a PhD student, till August 17. Justice Indermeet Kaur also issued notice to Delhi Police on Kumar's plea directing it to file a status report with regard to the progress made in the investigation of the case before next date of hearing.

Molestation case,   St Stephen professor,   Delhi High Court,   St Stephens college,   Satish Kumar,   Molestation case in St Stephens,   Latest States News,  
1,400 primary teachers resign in Bihar fearing government action over fake degrees

1,400 primary teachers resign in Bihar fearing government action over fake degrees

03 Jul 2015

Patna: Altogether 1,400 primary teachers have resigned from service in Bihar fearing government action over possession of fake educational degrees, a senior officer of the Education Department said.

Bihar teachers resign,   teachers fake degrees,   Bihar primary teachers,   Bihar government,   fake educational degrees,   Patna High Court,   Bihar fake teachers,   Bihar,   latest news,  
Another AAP MLA comes under <strong>court</strong> scanner in fake degree row

Another AAP MLA comes under court scanner in fake degree row

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: After former Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar, another AAP legislator Bhavna Gaur has come under scanner over her educational qualifications with a Delhi court taking cognisance of a complaint seeking criminal prosecution of the MLA for allegedly furnishing false details in the affidavits for Assembly polls.

AAP MLA,   Fake degree row,   Delhi Law Minister. Jitender Singh Tomar,   AAP legislator,   Bhavna Gaur,   Latest States News,  
Loan fraud case: ED attaches <strong>land</strong> worth Rs 1,000 crore in US

Loan fraud case: ED attaches land worth Rs 1,000 crore in US

03 Jul 2015

Ahmedabad: The Ahmedabad zonal unit of Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached 1,280 acres of land, worth Rs 1,000 crore, in California, USA, in connection with an alleged bank loan fraud.

ED attaches land,   ED,   Land attached in US,   Loan fraud case,   Enforcement Directorate,   California,   Latest Business News,  
Bombay <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> allows Nestle to export Maggi

Bombay High Court allows Nestle to export Maggi

30 Jun 2015

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today allowed Nestle India to export Maggi noodles after Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) said it had no objection to the company selling the product abroad though it stood by its decision to ban nine variants of the food snack in the country for being hazardous to public health.

Nestle India,   Export of Maggi,   Bombay High Court,   Maggi noodles,   FSSAI,   Latest Business news,  
DCW being used as 'political tool': AAP

DCW being used as 'political tool': AAP

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: AAP today claimed vindication of their stand following DCW's submission before the Delhi High Court that proceedings against party leader Kumar Vishwas have been closed, and said it amounted to a "clean chit" to him even as the party attacked the panel's chief for misusing the body as a "political tool".

AAP,   DCW,   Delhi High Court,   Kumar Vishwas,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
SC seeks EC suggestion over tenure curtailment of Bihar MLCs

SC seeks EC suggestion over tenure curtailment of Bihar MLCs

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and the Election Commission to suggest solutions to a legal impasse arising out of a Patna High Court verdict fixing the tenures of two, four and six years to one-third members each of a total of 24 Bihar Legislative Council members to be elected on July 7.

Supreme Court,   Centre,   Election Commission,   Patna High Court,   Bihar Legislative Council ,  
 Bombay <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> adjourns hearing of Salman Khan's plea till July 13th

Bombay High Court adjourns hearing of Salman Khan's plea till July 13th

01 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today deferred till July 13 an appeal filed by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan against the five-year sentence awarded to him in the hit-and-run case, after the actor's lawyer sought time to check documents.

Bombay High Court,   Salman Khan hit-and-run case,   Salman Khan accident case,   Salman Khan court case,   Salman Khan,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Emergency: Decoding the darkest period of Indian democracy

Emergency: Decoding the darkest period of Indian democracy

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: India boasts of having world’s largest democracy which has the darkest patch in its history when the country reeled under the pang of state of Emergency that was clamped on June 25, 1975. Even after 40 years down the line, the nation cannot afford to forget the trauma of Emergency. All the fundamental rights and civil liberties were suspended. Political leaders of all hues in the Opposition were taken in for preventive detention. Newspapers were shut down. Here are 4 facts that unfold the blot on the face of Independent India.

Emergency,   Indian democracy,   Allahabad High Court,   Indira Gandhi,  
<strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> refuses to restrain Meena from entering ACB office

High Court refuses to restrain Meena from entering ACB office

29 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Delhi High Court today asked Lt Governor-appointee Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief M K Meena to act in accordance with the law, while refusing to issue directions to restrain him from entering office as sought by the Delhi government.

Delhi High Court,   M K Meena,   ACB,   Lt Governor,   Anti Corruption Branch,   ACB,   Delhi government,   Latest States News,  

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