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Assam issue AFSPA declares state being disturbed

First time in 30 years, Assam issue AFSPA orders, declares state ‘disturbed’ Indilens09-02 00:52View source GUWAHATI(PTI): Assam has been declared a disturbed state, for the first time since 1990. The Army can now arrest, search any premises and even shoot anyone without any warrant across Assam. For the first time in three decades, Sarbananda Sonowal-led BJP government exercised its power under the controversial Armed ... Read More »

Tribalman of Odisha seeking justice against fake FIR turned Shravan Kumar

In what can be dubbed as a reference to a modern day ‘Shravan Kumar’, a tribal man in Odisha travelled 40 kms barefoot, carrying his old parents to court seeking justice in an alleged fake case against him. Identified as Kartik Singh of Moroda village in Odhisa’s district of Mayurbhanj, he claims that Moroda Police lodged “fake FIR” against him and locked him ... Read More »

India considered being most corrupt country in Asia:TI

New Delhi: If the statistics furnished by the Transparency International (TI), an anti-corruption global civil society organisation, are anything to go by, India has a long way ahead to fulfil one of the many objectives as told by the current Indian government – defeating the malice of corruption. A recent survey by the Transparency International states that India is the most corrupt country in Asia. Depicting how pervasive ... Read More »

Chandi Charan Routray no more

Chandi Charan Routray

Cuttack: 01.09.2017: Chandi Charan Routray, an Advacate -Cum- Social reformer has,in his 87  left for his heaven abode on 30.08.2017 at 2 P. M.He is survived by his two sons and four daughters ,two daughters-in-law and two sons-in- law.He had his master degree in Oriya and he has passed his law degree from M.S.Law College ,Cuttack. He was a social ... Read More »

Britain going backwards in disability issues: UN

Britain going backwards in handling of disability issues, says U.N. committee Reuters08-31 21:49View source GENEVA (Reuters) – The U.N. Committee on the rights of disabled people said on Thursday it had more concerns about Britain — due to funding cuts, restricted rights and an uncertain post-Brexit future — than any other country in its 10-year history.The committee, which reviews states’ compliance with the 2006 ... Read More »


“The talaq verdict is just a beginning…” Governance Now08-30 07:18View source   The supreme court has held the practice of triple talaq as unconstitutional. This takes us back to the Shah Bano case and the question of reforming the Muslim personal law. Had it not been overturned by Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, how would it have impacted the Muslim society? The year ... Read More »

Demonetisation not to consfiscate moneny -Arun Jaitley

Aim of demonetisation was not to confiscate money, says Arun Jaitley Deccan Chronicle08-30 20:37View source Mumbai: Slamming those who criticize demonetisation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said that those never fought against black money are “confusing” people and the objective of demonetisation was not to confiscate money. Addressing the media at the release of RBI’s Annual Report on 2016-17, Jaitley elaborated on ... Read More »

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in his illicit world

VALLEY ONLINE – WE MEAN TRUTH Ever since self-styled ‘godman’ Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was convicted for raping two of his sadhvis, several skeletons in the closest have been set open. Right from the ‘baba’s’ illicit relationship with his ‘adopted’ daughter to inviting many sadhvis each night inside his ‘gufa’, the controversies surrounding Gurmeet are increasing with each passing hour. Among the many scandals, ... Read More »

Naveen Patnaik issued notice by SC on poll expenditure

Naveen Patnaik

Bhubaneswar: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday issued notices to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, State Election Commission (SEC), the district collector of Ganjam and the district electoral officer in connection with the dubious poll funding case. Hearing the petition filed by Subash Mohapatra seeking transfer of the case to Delhi High Court, the apex court issued the notices and sought reply within three weeks. ... Read More »

Yeddyurappa’s son in soup

A man succumbed to his injuries on Thursday night after being mowed down by an SUV carrying Bharatiya Janata Party’s Karnataka unit President BS Yeddyurappa’s (pictured above) son Raghavendra. A case has been registered against the Raghavendra’s driver at Nyamati police station. Police are investigating if this is an accident or a hit-and run case. Reports said the deceased got out of an auto he ... Read More »

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