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PM Modi has tweeted saying India has won yet again

Election Commission dismisses Congress complaint against PM Modi for his Bhrashtachari remark on Rajiv Gandhi

The EC said that the 'Bhrashtachari No. 1' remark against Rajiv Gandhi, prima facie, did not violate the Model Code of Conduct

Leftists, Foreign Funded NGOs and the Rafale link: Women ‘activists’ protest against clean chit to CJI Gogoi in sexual harassment case

Considering the entities which are protesting against the clean chit given to CJI Gogoi, the plot has certainly thickened.

SC shatters 21 opposition parties’ EVM fear mongering in less than a minute, dismisses petition for 50% VVPAT verification

Supreme Court (SC) headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi dismissed the review petition filed by 21 opposition parties combined for the review of its decision in case of 50% verification of voting by VVPAT

Rafale deal: Modi govt files fresh affidavit in SC, says clean chit given by Court is correct, media quoted documents selectively

In the affidavit, the Centre said, Monitoring of progress of the Rafale deal by the PMO cannot be construed as interference or parallel negotiations.

Petition filed to EC for cancellation of Rahul Gandhi’s nomination till the matter of his ‘British citizenship’ is decided upon

The petition says that till the matter of British citizenship and eligibility to contest elections is subjudiced before the central govt, nomination of Rahul Gandhi as a candidate from Amethi should be cancelled in the interest of justice

Child Rights body issues notice to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra over use of children in election campaign

The NCPCR had yesterday written to the Election Commission (EC) regarding the video requesting to ensure that children are not involved for the election purposes.

NIA conducts raids at PFI office in connection with murder of Ramalingam who resisted religious conversions

PFI was banned by the Jharkhand government in February this year under the Criminal Law Amendment Act for indulging in anti-national activities in the State and having links with terror groups like the ISIS.
SC dismisses recusal plea filed by Harsh Mander

SC dismisses petition seeking recusal of CJI in detention camps case, filed by ‘activist’ who signed mercy petition for Yakub Memon

Supreme Court has also struck down Harsh Mander's name from the petitioner's place and appointed Prashant Bhushan as Amicus Curiae in the case

‘Activist’ who signed mercy petition for Yakub Memon now bats for illegal immigrants, moves petition for CJI to recuse himself from case

Harsh Mander says that since CJI is interested in mass deportation of illegal immigrants, he should not hear a case on deportation

SC asks EC to check if voting can start at 5 AM after petition saying Muslim voters during Ramzan would face difficulty due to the heat

The Supreme Court has asked the Election Commission whether polling can start from 5 AM during the Muslim fasting period of Ramzan.

Vishal Dadlani, Tehseen Poonawalla asked to pay Rs 10 lakh fine for mocking Jain monk Tarun Sagar

Dadlani and Tehseen Poonawalla had mocked the Jain monk who belonged to the Digambar sect and did not wear clothes
SC directs EC to take orders it deems appropriate against Modi and Shah

SC issues notice to EC on plea seeking action against PM Modi and Amit Shah, says EC has liberty to pass order as it sees fit

Congress MP Sushmita Dev had yesterday filed a plea in SC seeking urgent and necessary directions to EC to act against alleged poll code violation by PM Modi and Amit Shah
Oxford Dictionaries have dismissed Rahul's claim of a new English word

Arrogant Congress brought down to its knees, Rahul Gandhi to file new affidavit apologising for lie attributing ‘chowkidaar chor hai’ to SC

Supreme Court (SC) has today compelled the Congress party and Rahul Gandhi to offer an unconditional apology to the Court for attributing the 'chowkidaar chor hai' comment to the Supreme Court judgement. 

Congress files petition against EC in SC for not taking action against alleged poll code violation by PM Modi and Amit Shah

The Congress party in its petition to the Supreme Court against Election Commission alleged that military operations were used in the election campaign and hate speeches were made but the poll panel did not act despite complaints

Patna court issues summons to Rahul Gandhi in defamation case filed by BJP leader Sushil Modi

Rahul Gandhi, who often lies in his speeches, is also facing another defamation case for calling BJP National President Amit Shah a 'murder accused'.
Plea seeking restriction on publication of allegations of sexual harassment against CJI

Petition filed in HC to restrict media from reporting sexual harassment allegations against CJI Gogoi

A plea has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking restrictions on media to report charges of harassment against Chief Justice of India (CJI) Gogoi

Gujarat Court orders inquiry into Rahul Gandhi’s ‘murder accused’ comment against Amit Shah after complaint

Rahul Gandhi had recently called BJP President Amit Shah 'murder accused' during an election rally at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. A defamation complaint was filed against the Congress President for his ostensibly false remark
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PepsiCo sues potato farmers for growing the variety used for Lays Chips

In a letter sent to Ministry, the activists have said that the farmers have every right to produce and sell a protected variety of seeds and that Pepsico can't claim intellectual property right on it.
Suo Moto case on Conspiracy against CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Supreme Court directs probe into allegations of conspiracy against CJI Ranjan Gogoi

The Supreme Court initiated a suo moto case in the issue related to allegations of conspiracy against CJI Gogoi.

NIA court refuses to restrain Pragya Thakur from contesting Lok Sabha elections, says it has no jurisdiction

The special NIA court was hearing a petition filed by Nisar Ahmed Sayyed Bilal, a 59-year-old resident of Malegaon, Nashik seeking directions to restrain Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting elections.

Lawyer submits ‘proof’ of conspiracy to frame CJI Gogoi, Court summons chiefs of CBI, IB and Delhi Police

Allegations of sexual harassment were levelled against CJI Ranjan Gogoi recently by a former female staffer at the Supreme Court

Justice Gogoi, the ‘plot’ and the things you might not know

Indian Express also does a quick job on Attorney General K.K. Venugopal. It says the AG wanted the day’s proceedings to receive “widest publicity” even as CJI wanted the “media to show restraint.”

‘Chowkidar chor hai’ bubble bursts, Rahul Gandhi tells SC that he attributed statement to Rafale judgement in ‘heat of campaigning’

In his response to criminal contempt notice on him attributing 'chowkidar ne chori karwayi' statement to the SC, Rahul Gandhi had ow said that he made the statement in the heat of election campaigning
Allahabad Court sends notice to Congress and Election Commission: Is NYAY scheme a bribe to voters?

Allahabad Court sends notice to Congress and Election Commission: Is NYAY scheme a bribe to voters?

the NYAY scheme has run into trouble as Allahabad Court has issued a notice to Congress and the Election Commission of India (ECI) asking whether the scheme itself can be considered an electoral bribe to the voters.
Sidhu has damaged vocal cords, has been advised steroids and rest

Navjot Singh Sidhu slapped with the EC notice for urging Muslims not to split their votes

Sidhu had urged the Muslim voters during a rally in Bihar not to split their vote as they were in majority in the area.

With Rahul Gandhi contempt notice up for hearing, CJI says allegations to dissuade him for hearing important cases

CJI Gogoi also said, in response to the sexual harassment allegations, that this is a pressure tactic to dissuade him from hearing important cases that are up for hearing next week.

Chief Justice of India alleges ‘larger plot’ and pressure tactics after leftist websites break story of alleged sexual harassment

Today, the Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee.

Former employee accuses CJI Ranjan Gogoi of sexual harassment, CJI denies the charges

The woman has mentioned that after she had rebuffed the CJI's sexual advancements, she was moved out of his residential office and then after two months, was dismissed from her job.

Election Commission bans ‘Chowkidar chor hai’ advertisement of Congress in MP, calls it highly derogatory and defamatory

State Election Commission of Madhya Pradesh in its order dated April 17 2019, stated that the Congress' advertisement campaign is highly derogatory and defamatory

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