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Ready To Pay Rs 300 Crore: Sahara Chief Subrata <strong>Roy</strong> Tells SC

Ready To Pay Rs 300 Crore: Sahara Chief Subrata Roy Tells SC

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Sahara chief Subrata Roy tells Supreme Court that he is ready to pay additional Rs 300 crore which should be adjusted with the bank guarantee.

Sahara,   Sahara chief,   Subrata Roy,   Supreme court,   Subrata Roy tells SC,   Subrata Roy parole,   Subrata Roy in jail,   nation news,  
After PM Modi, US Also Rakes Up Balochistan And Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir

After PM Modi, US Also Rakes Up Balochistan And Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir

24 Aug 2016

Washington: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stern warning to Pakistan over severe human rights violations in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), the US also shared its concern over the entire matter. The State Department in a clear message to Pakistan said that it is concerned about human rights situation in both the regions.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Pakistan,   human rights violations in Balochistan,   Pakistan occupied Kashmir,   PoK,   USA,   State Department,  
BCCI Bats For Transparency In Awarding IPL Media <strong>Rights</strong>

BCCI Bats For Transparency In Awarding IPL Media Rights

24 Aug 2016

New Delhi: In a bid to maintain transparency and fairness in awarding the lucrative IPL media rights, the BCCI has told Sony Max to join the bidding process with other interested bidders.

BCCI,   IPL media rights,   BCCI Media Rights,   IPL TV Rights,   Indian Premier League,   Latest sports news ,  
Supreme Court Ignored As 'Heightened' Dahi Handi Revelry Continues In Maharashtra

Supreme Court Ignored As 'Heightened' Dahi Handi Revelry Continues In Maharashtra

25 Aug 2016

Mumbai: Dahi Handi celebrations to mark Krishna Janmashtami got off to a colourful start in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra on Thursday, with some 'mandals' allegedly flouting the 20-foot ceiling for human pyramids mandated by the Supreme Court.

Dahi Handi celebrations,   Krishna Janmashtami,   20 foot ceiling,   human pyramids,   Supreme Court,  
<strong>Human</strong> Pyramid Can't Go Beyond 20 Feet During Dahi Handi Celebration, Says Supreme Court

Human Pyramid Can't Go Beyond 20 Feet During Dahi Handi Celebration, Says Supreme Court

24 Aug 2016

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that human pyramids can't go beyond 20 feet during the Dahi Handi festival on Krishna Janmashtami, as it rejected a last ditch attempt by an organisation to get over the restriction.

Dahi Handi,   Supreme Court,   Janmashtami,   Dahi Handi Celebration,   India news,  
Rajan, Subramanian 'Foisted' On India By Americans: Subramanian Swamy

Rajan, Subramanian 'Foisted' On India By Americans: Subramanian Swamy

25 Aug 2016

New Delhi: BJP MP Subramanian Swamy on Thursday continued with jibes at RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan and Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian, calling them "micro minded" management degree holders "foisted" by America.

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy,   RBI Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   Chief Economic Adviser,   Arvind Subramanian,   micro minded,   Intellectual Property Rights ,  
Prakash Javadekar Clarifies On His 'History Blooper', Says He Is Amused

Prakash Javadekar Clarifies On His 'History Blooper', Says He Is Amused

23 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar found himself in the middle of a hullabaloo when he said that freedom fighters like Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Pandit Nehru, Bhagat Singh, and Rajguru were hanged during the freedom struggle.

Prakash Javadekar,   Human Resource,   Ministry of Human Resource,   Freedom Fighter,   Subhash Chandra Bose,   India news ,  
Pakistan wants UNHRC to send fact-finding team to Kashmir

Pakistan wants UNHRC to send fact-finding team to Kashmir

22 Jul 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan yesterday said it has approached the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to send a fact- finding team to Kashmir to investigate the alleged human rights violations and recent killings of innocent people.

Pakistan,   UNHRC,   Kashmir issue,  UN Human Rights Council,   UNO,   Kashmir Valley,   Latest World News,  
Katrina Kaif Has Found A New Love Interest?

Katrina Kaif Has Found A New Love Interest?

16 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Katrina Kaif's love life has always managed to hog the limelight, whether it was her relationship with Salman Khan or alleged breakup with Ranbir Kapoor.

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No entry of <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong> activists, says Omar Abdullah

No entry of human rights activists, says Omar Abdullah

14 Jun 2011

Fearing the repetition of last June’s violence in the Valley, claiming more than 100 youths, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has all set to ban the entry of human rights activist Arundhati Roy and eminent lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP Ram Jethmalani in Kashmir.

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