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Supreme Court orders floor test in Madhya Pradesh Assembly tomorrow

MP political crisis: SC orders the Assembly session be held on March 20. Floor test to be completed by 5pm tomorrow.

SC orders video recording of entire proceedings of the Assembly.

SC orders that Assembly will have single point agenda of floor test and no hindrance to be created for anyone.

Madhya Pradesh Minister Jitu Patwari reaches the residence of Chief Minister Kamal Nath

Madhya Pradesh Minister Jitu Patwari reaches the residence of Chief Minister Kamal Nath in Bhopal. Supreme Court has ordered for the conduct of floor test at the Assembly tomorrow.

MP Floor test: We are sure & ready, said Congress leader Jitu Patwari

Congress leader Jitu Patwari on Madhya Pradesh floor test tomorrow: We were always ready. Chief Minister has said it himself. It was necessary the MLAs who were kidnapped be present here. Assembly is bound to obey the Supreme Court's order. We are sure & ready.

UP Police use force on women protesting against CAA at Clock Tower, Lucknow

UP Police allegedly used brutal force against women who were protesting against CAA at Clock Tower, Lucknow.

I am sure that all four convicts will be hanged at 5.30am tomorrow, says Nirbhaya's lawyer Seema Kushwaha

Nirbhaya's lawyer Seema Kushwaha: I am sure that all four convicts will be hanged at 5.30am tomorrow.

J&K: Kathua District Magistrate bans entry of worshipers/devotees/pilgrims to places of worship with immediate effect

Jammu and Kashmir: Kathua District Magistrate bans the entry of worshipers/devotees/pilgrims to the places of worship with immediate effect in the district till March 31. The order reads, "Religious leaders may, however, continue to follow the norms of prayers".

Delhi Court dismisses Nirbhaya convicts' plea of stay on execution, 4 to be hanged tomorrow

Delhi's Patiala House Court dismisses the plea of 2012 Delhi gangrape convicts seeking a stay on execution.

They will welcome me very soon, there are no critics, says Ranjan Gogoi

They will welcome me very soon, there are no critics, says Former Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on being asked about opposition's protest against him in Rajya Sabha during his oath today.

Wife of Nirbhaya case convict Akshay files for divorce in Bihar court

Punita Devi, wife of Akshay (Nirbhaya case) who has filed a divorce petition in Bihar court, appeared to have a nervous breakdown, fainted outside Patiala House Court complex.

SC Speaks About the Power of Governor

SC says, "If House is not in session and if the government loses majority then Governor has power to direct Speaker to hold trust vote", PTI reported.

SC further submits that "It is wrong to say that the governor doesn't have power to allow trust vote."

Court gave them so many opportunities that they have become habituated of bringing, says Asha Devi, Nirbhaya mother something ahead of hanging

Asha Devi, mother of 2012 Delhi gang-rape victim: Court gave them so many opportunities that they have become habituated of bringing something ahead of hanging&get it postponed. Now, our Courts are aware of their tactics. Nirbhaya will get justice tomorrow.

Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by small arms firing

Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by small arms firing & shelling with mortars along LoC in Degwar Sector, Poonch district today at about 1045 hours. Indian Army is retaliating.

SC dismisses curative petition of Pawan Gupta, of the convicts of Nirbhaya case

Supreme Court dismisses the curative petition of one of the convicts in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape and murder case, Pawan Gupta, against the dismissal of his review plea rejecting his juvenility claim

Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi takes oath as Rajya Sabha MP

Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi takes oath as Rajya Sabha MP. President Ram Nath Kovind nominated him to the Rajya Sabha

Rupee plunges 70 paise to 74.96 against US dollar in early trade

The Indian rupee plunged 70 paise to 74.96 against US dollar in early trade on Thursday as investors fretted over the sharp rise in coronavirus cases in the country and its impact on the economy.

According to Health Ministry, coronavirus cases in India has touched 169.

Traders said there is a sense of anxiety among investors as they see the global as well as domestic economy plunging into a deep crisis due to coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic that has killed nearly 9,000 and sickened lakhs of people around the globe.

The steep decline in domestic equities and sustained foreign fund outflows further dampened the sentiment, they said.

The rupee opened on a weak note at 74.96 at the interbank forex market, down 70 paise over its last close.

The local unit had settled at 74.26 against the US dollar on Wednesday.

Sensex plummets 1,818 points to 27,050 in opening session; Nifty tanks 442 points to 8,026

Sensex plummets 1,818.61 points to 27,050.90 in opening session; Nifty tanks 442.30 points to 8,026.5

Anil Ambani reaches ED office for questioning in connection with money laundering probe

Reliance Group Chairman Anil Ambani has reached Enforcement Directorate office for questioning in connection with a money laundering case

Five paramedical students killed in car-lorry collision in Tirupur

Five paramedical students on their way to the Nilgiris on a holiday travel were killed when their vehicle rammed into a cement-laden lorry from behind in Tirupur district early Thursday, police said.

The students, part of a group of seven, had started their journey around 3 am to the Nilgiris, popular for its mountain ranges, after the institute they studied in Salem suspended classes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The rest two students suffered serious injuries and have been admitted to a hospital, police said.

The accident happened around 6 am near Avanshi area, some 40 km from Coimbatore, when the vehicle the students were travelling dashed into the lorry coming to Coimbatore from Andhra Pradesh.

Further details are awaited.

Sensex plummets 1,818.61 points to 27,050.90 in opening session; Nifty tanks 442.30 points to 8,026.5

Not happy that China expelled American journalists, says Trump

US President Donald Trump has said he was not happy over the expulsion of American journalists by China.

"I'm not happy to see it," Trump told reporters at the White House on Wednesday when asked about the decision of the Chinese government to expel American journalists from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Washington Post.

"I have my own disputes with all three of those media groups. I think you know that very well, but I don't like seeing that at all. I'm not happy about that at all," Trump said.

China on Wednesday had defended its decision to expel about 13 American journalists from three major US newspapers, saying it was "compelled" to take countermeasures after Washington classified Chinese state media outlets as "foreign missions".

Senator Dianne Feinstein said she is deeply concerned by China's decision to expel the US journalists.

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