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26 million Facebook users go rainbow for gay marriage ruling

26 million Facebook users go rainbow for gay marriage ruling

03 Jul 2015

New York: More than 26 million Facebook profile photos have taken on a rainbow hue since the US Supreme Court ruled last Friday that marriage is a right guaranteed under the Constitution regardless of a person's sexual orientation.

Facebook,   Facebook rainbow,   Facebook rainbow profile photos,   gay marriage ruling,   gay marriage Facebook support,   US Supreme Court,  
Medical bills of judges, families cannot be disclosed under RTI: SC

Medical bills of judges, families cannot be disclosed under RTI: SC

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Medical expenses of judges and their families cannot be made public under Right to Information Act, the Supreme Court ruled today, maintaining there should be "some respect for privacy".

Medical expenses,   Judges,   Right to Information,   RTI,   Supreme Court,   Privacy,  
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,  
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 ,  
No compromise in rape case over wedlock: SC

No compromise in rape case over wedlock: SC

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday held that there can be no compromise in a rape case in the name of promising wedlock. An Apex Court bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said that any compromise promising wedlock between a rape accused and the victim compromises the dignity of the woman.

Rape case,   Wedlock,   Supreme Court,   SC,   Compromise in rape case,   Apex Court,   Latest Nation News,  
Regulator PNGRB not entitled to fix CNG, PNG prices: SC

Regulator PNGRB not entitled to fix CNG, PNG prices: SC

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today held that Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) was not entitled to determine the prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG).

Supreme Court,   Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board,   PNGRB,   Natural gas,   CNG,   Piped natural gas,   PNG,  
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,  
Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Being on the fringes of Indian cricket team for years can be a tad frustrating but Manoj Tiwary has learnt to live with it and is now preparing for the upcoming challenge in Zimbabwe with some "great advice" from VVS Laxman.

Indian cricket team,   BCCI,   Manoj Tiwary,   India vs Zimbabwe,   VVS Laxman,  
Ryan Harris's Ashes absence no worry for Jeff Thomson

Ryan Harris's Ashes absence no worry for Jeff Thomson

03 Jul 2015

London: Australia fast-bowling great Jeff Thomson has said the expected absence of Ryan Harris from the tourists' attack for the first Test against England in Cardiff next week won't hamper the team's Ashes chances.

Australia cricket,   Jeff Thomson,   Ryan Harris,   Australia vs England,   Ashes 2015,  
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.

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