Tension in UP village after Lord Shiva Idol found vandalised by unknown miscreants during Shravan Mela
An idol of Lord Shiva was found vandalised by unknown miscreants in a Shiva Mandir in Sheikhpura Kabiruddinpur village in UP
Some villagers took the initiative to find out the ancient temple and it took them one day to discover the pinnacle of the temple.
Umar Khalid is not an exception to the rule of law: Former judges condemn ‘activists’ trying to interfere Delhi riot cases
"Freedom does not provide pardon from the legal consequences of criminality", the letter by the former judges read.
Bar Council of Delhi issues notice to Prashant Bhushan asking why action should not be taken against him for his conviction in contempt of...
Delhi Bar Council asks Prashant Bhushan why case under sections 24A and 35 of Advocates Act should not be started against him
Anurag kashyap had been booked under Indian Penal Code (IPC) Sections 341 (wrongful restrain), 342 (wrongful confinement), 354 (sexual assault), 376-1(rape).
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An analysis of the FCRA Amendment Bill and the impact it is likely to have on ‘Civil Society Organisations’
The Rajya Sabha has passed The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2020 on Wednesday.
‘Divorced women are bloodthirsty’ Congress leader Udit Raj claims while giving clean chit to ‘gentleman’ Anurag Kashyap
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the Congress leader Udit Raj, hailing the Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap as a 'gentleman' said that the two separated wives of the 'Metoo' accused director had stood up in support of Kashyap, who are otherwise 'bloodthirsty' in nature.
The BMC declared her society a containment zone to prevent the actress from filing a complaint.