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    Policewoman at every police station to deal with eveteasers:HC

    Policewoman at every police station to deal with eveteasers:HC

    Jharkhand High Court has directed the state government to post at least one policewoman in every police station to deal with the problem of eveteasing. �Disposing of a PIL urging protection of girls from eve teasers, a division bench of Chief Justice R Banumathi and Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh ...

    Laws to deal with communal riots inadequate: Rahman Khan

    Laws to deal with communal riots inadequate: Rahman Khan

    Noting that Muzaffarnagar riots have underlined inadequacies in existing laws to deal with such clashes, Minority Affairs Minister K Rahman Khan on Monday pitched for introduction of the Communal Violence Bill in Winter Session of Parliament. Asked if UPA would table the Prevention of Communal and ...

    National Integration Council to meet on Sept 23, riots on agenda

    Days after Muzaffarnagar riots, the government has convened a meeting of the National Integration Council (NIC) in New Delhi on September 23 to discuss how to combat communalism. The 148-member NIC, headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, will discuss threadbare the growing menace of communalism, ...

    SC refuses to hear Centre's review plea of its verdict on convicted politicians

    The Supreme Court today refused to entertain the Centre's plea seeking a review of its verdict on disqualification of MPs and MLAs on being convicted in a criminal case. The apex court, however, agreed to hear the Centre's petition seeking review of its judgment barring arrested persons from ...

    SC admits judgement on CIC mistake of law, recalls verdict

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday recalled an order and admitted that it committed a "mistake of law" by directing that only sitting or retired high court chief justices or an apex court judge could head the central and state information commissions. A bench of justices A K Patnaik and A K Sikri ...

    CJI stresses on vibrant subordinate judiciary

    CJI stresses on vibrant subordinate judiciary

    Affirming his commitment for enhancing judicial effectiveness, Chief Justice of India Justice P Sathasivam on Saturday called for steps for creating a vibrant judiciary in the country so as to win the trust and confidence of the people.Inaugurating a new building of Odisha Judicial Academy Cuttack, ...

    Ishrat case: Court declares senior Guj IPS officer absconder

    Ishrat case: Court declares senior Guj IPS officer absconder

    A Special CBI court in Ahmedabad on Friday declared Gujarat IPS officer P P Pandey an absconder in the 2004 fake encounter case of Ishrat Jahan and three others. Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate of the special CBI court H S Khutwad on Friday passed an order proclaiming Additional DGP (Crime) P ...

    FDCI Plans Nation-Wide Agitation if Police Harassment not stopped within 45 days

    FDCI Plans Nation-Wide Agitation if Police Harassment not stopped within 45 days

    Delhi: Forum for Direct-Selling-Companies & Consumers of India (FDCI),a newly formed industry body representing all stakeholders of Direct Selling/Multi-Level-Marketing Industry, namely, Companies, Distributors/Consumers and Manufacturers, today announced planning of nation-wide agitations if ...

    Delhi court to take up bail plea of Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan, others

    Delhi court to take up bail plea of Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan, others

    A Delhi court is hearing a fresh bail petition moved by cricketer Shanthakumaram Sreesanth, who has been arrested in connection with the spot-fixing scandal in the recently-concluded edition of the Indian Premier League.Sreesanth’s lawyer moved the fresh bail application after Delhi Police ...

    DA case: Jagan’s custody extended, Sabitha appears in court

    DA case: Jagan’s custody extended, Sabitha appears in court

    Former Andhra Pradesh Home Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy, YSR Congress chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy and others on Friday appeared before a special CBI court in Hyderabad in connection with the case relating to alleged quid-pro-quo investments in Kadapa MP Jagan’s companies.The court extended ...

    IPL fixing:Delhi police invoke MCOCA provisions to strengthen case against Sree & 25 others

    Delhi Police has invoked stringent provisions of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, MCOCA, against cricketer Sreesanth and 25 others arrested in the IPL spot-fixing case. Police sources said the stringent provisions of MCOCA were invoked to strengthen the case against those involved in the ...

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