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    Allahabad HC turns down plea to rename itself

    The Allahabad High Court has dismissed a plea to rename itself either as the Prayagraj High Court or the Uttar Pradesh High Court.A Lucknow bench of the high court dismissed the lawsuit, filed in the form a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), terming it as a 'publicity stunt litigation'.The petition, filed by advocate Ashok Pandey, was dismissed by a bench comprising Justice PK Jaiswal and Justice DK...

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    LIVE News Updates: 10 dead in a landslide due to heavy rainfall in Syangja district, Nepal

    Kannada film comedian Rockline Sudhakar succumb to heart attack Noted comedian in the Kannada film industry Rockline Sudhakar succumbed to cardiac arrest on Thursday during the shooting of a film, sources said.His end came in a private hospital, according to former president of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC) Sa Ra Govindu.Another...

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    "Blatant Lie!" Karan Oberoi on rape charge against Anurag Kashyap

    Is Anurag Kashyap likely to be arrested soon? An FIR has been registered against him at the Versova police station under various sections of the law by actress Payal Ghosh.The filmmaker is looking at the various legal options open to him.Actor-singer-author Karan Oberoi who has gone through a similar predicament and who believes Kashyap to be innocent says the arrest option is not...

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    Crime against women: Posters of guilty to be displayed in UP

    Eve-teasers, those guilty of crime against women and habitual offenders in cases of sex-related crimes will now find their posters on road crossings in Uttar Pradesh.According to the government spokesman, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials to launch 'Operation Durachari' to check crime against women."The Chief Minister has directed that women...

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    Mumbai Police intervene as journos scuffle over coverage of NCB grilling Bollywood figures, video goes viral

    For a change, the action was outside the guest house where the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) team has been grilling Bollywood figures in a drugs case, as journalists scuffled over a vantage point and a slur.Police intervened in the fight between journalists of a national news channel - whose main anchor is known for his histrionics - and...

    • 42 min ago
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    Pak Sufi organisation transfers Sikh manuscripts to gurdwara

    After 90 years of safekeeping, a Pakistani Sufi organisation has transferred 110-year old copies of rare manuscripts of the Guru Granth Sahib to a gurdwara in Sialkot, the media reported on Thursday.According to the Mitr Sanjh Punjab organisation's head Iftikhar Warraich Kalravi, the two manuscripts had long been in the safekeeping of Pir Syed Munir Naqshbandi, a revered Sufi elder...

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    Bhima Koregaon case: SC turns down Sudha Bharadwaj's plea for bail on medical grounds

    The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed as withdrawn a plea filed on behalf of Sudha Bharadwaj, accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, seeking interim bail amid the COVID-19 pandemic, legal news website BarandBench.com has reported.A Bench of Justices UU Lalit and Ajay Rastogi heard a plea against the Bombay High Court order which had dismissed Bharadwaj's earlier...

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    Enola Holmes: Relaxing watch during stressful times

    A new fictional sleuth is born every second day. Nobody, except perhaps Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot, has come close to matching the popularity of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's creation Sherlock Holmes.Holmes made his first appearance in A Study in Scarlet in 1887. Well over 100 years later, his character motivates spin-offs and sequels, showing how he stands tall amidst his counterparts even...

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    UK may inject volunteers with coronavirus for vaccine trials: Report

    Scientists in the UK are moving towards what are being referred to as challenge trials , which will involve healthy volunteers being deliberately infected with the novel coronavirus to test whether a vaccine offers any protection, according to a media report.In the first trial of its kind expected to be formally announced next week, participants will be injected with an unnamed...

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    Arrested journalist Rajeev Sharma's wife flags 'evidence fabrication' by Delhi police

    The wife of freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was recently arrested under the Officials Secrets Act in an espionage case, has written a letter to the Special Cell of the Delhi Police, claiming that the interrogation of her husband is illegal and that police has destroyed some material evidence and fabricated others.On September 14, the Special Cell of the...

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