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PIL in HC against AAP's job offer to Rohith Vemula's brother

  A public interest litigation has been moved in the Delhi high court against the Aam Aadmi Party government's decision to award a job on compassionate grounds to the brother of Rohith......

Delhi HC seeks details of funds released for dengue control

The Delhi high court on Monday sought response of the Aam Aadmi Party government on a public interest litigation seeking direction to immediately release funds allocated for malaria and dengue......

A public interest litigation to be imagined without contempt

The justice delivery system is struggling to cope, creaking at the joints and bursting at the seams. Indian courts have to deal with about 30 million cases with a judicial strength of just about......

'I would have to work 50 yrs to be worthy of this award'

One of his earliest memories of childhood that interfaith leader and bestselling author Dr Eboo Patel remembers is that of his father's friend Ajit Uncle. Eboo was about four or five when he asked......

V Ramakrishnan is India Abroad Person of the Year

For Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, the road to international public recognition was spotted with periods of doubt and uncertainty.True, he was a good student with a deep interest in science. But Venki,......

Pharma crusader takes India's drug regulators to court

* Dinesh Thakur famous for exposing Ranbaxy safety problems* Bringing public interest suit against health ministry, regulator* The suit claims lax regulation, inadequate pursuit of breaches* Suit......

How Sebi plans to deal with Sahara case

Securities and Exchange Board of India on Wednesday will meet the public sector banks and KYC Registration Agencies interested in serving as its in-person verification Agency and interact......

NDTV wins IPI India Award

The second International Press Institute India Award for 'Outstanding Work in Journalism 2004' has been awarded to New Delhi Television channel for its investigative journalism work during the year......

Basmati Billionaires: 'We are born in rice'

The promoter family of KRBL reaps gains from high demand for the rice variety in India and overseas. The promoters of KRBL, which makes the popular India Gate basmati rice, raised Rs 15 crores......

Why are our airports in such a mess?

Domestic airports across the country are bursting at the seams. And new ones are stuck. Surajeet Das Gupta takes stock. A milestone is seen outside the Jaisalmer Airport in Rajasthan in August......

Jayaraj: A director's profile

Jayaraj is a unique phenomenon in Indian cinema. Winner of several national and international awards, he continues to remain a nonconformist as far as the kind of films he makes. While serious......

No luck for India at Toronto

The Toronto International Film Festival wrapped up Sunday with an awards brunch at which Takeshi Kitano's Zatoichi was announced winner of the People's Choice Award. Kitano's film tells the mythic......

Vidya or Bipasha: Who looks younger?

Let's lighten up the January-end blues with a fun poll. People age at a different rate. Even science says so. And so while Rishi Kapoor was still romancing Divya Bharti in Deewana, his colleague......

Meet the Shashi Kapoor no one knows!

He was Bollywood's beloved star, the Kapoor who could charm the birds off the trees. He starred in both commercial and art cinema. He went international before most actors in India even considered......

'I have lived on the edge for too long'

'The stereotype of an actress is that she's dumb, somebody who will sit on your lap, giggle on stupid jokes, come to the van when she's being called, receive a call at 3 am and come over to your......

Alonso gets Spain's top sporting award

Fernando Alonso, the youngest Formula One champion in history, was honoured with Spain's top international sporting honour before adoring fans in his home town on Friday.A smiling Alonso, hand on......

Day 12: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Zagitova leads with world record, Medvedeva close behind IMAGE: Alina Zagitova of Olympic Athlete from Russia competes in the Figure Skating. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Alina Zagitova......

Winter Olympics Sidelights: Russian medallist suspected of doping

IMAGE:  Aleksandr Krushelnitckii, an Olympic athlete from Russia. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters. A Russian medallist at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is suspected of having tested......

Football Briefs: Chhetri winner in running for 2017 AFC Cup Goal of Tournament

News of all that's transpired on and off the football field IMAGE: India captain Sunil Chhetri. Photograph: AIFF Media India captain Sunil Chhetri's spectacular free-kick goal in Bengaluru FC's......

After Arjuna, TT ace Amalraj targets top 100

'I am very happy to get national recognition of my long and hard work,' Anthony Amalraj tells Rediff.com's A Ganesh Nadar after winning the Arjuna Award. IMAGE: Anthony Amalraj receives the Arjuna......
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Centre defends death by hanging in SC, says far safer and quicker

The Centre in its counter affidavit over a plea seeking an alternative method of execution other than hanging on Tuesday submitted to the Supreme... ...

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Should Queen Elizabeth II win the Nobel Peace Prize?

'No one knows whether exposure to the Nobel process would be to her liking, or would benefit her symbolic position above the fray,' says Sunanda K... ...

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4 minors sexually assaulted in separate incidents

[India], Apr 22 (ANI): Hours after the Centre gave its nod to an ordinance to amend the existing Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act... ...

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PM asks bureaucrats to make the best of technology

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Cabinet facilitates strengthening of POCSO Act

[India], Apr. 21 (ANI): In the wake of an increase in incidents of rape of minors, the Union Cabinet on Saturday approved a number of measures to... ...

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