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    Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: As ICJ Set To Deliver Verdict Today

    The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is expected to pronounce its verdict today in the case relating to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav. Jadhav, an Indian national and a retired Navy officer, was arbitrarily arrested by =Pakistan in 2016 for being an 'Indian spy'. The Indian government had approached the International Court of Justice over the arbitrary death...

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    Karnataka Crisis: SC says Speaker To Decide On Resignations, Rebel MLAs Can Skip Trust Vote If They Want

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered that the Karnataka assembly should decide on resignation of 15 rebel MLAs within a reasonable time frame and leave it for the speaker to take a call on the issue. The verdict by the Supreme Court was delivered in line with the pleas of 15 rebel Congress-JD (S) MLAs seeking a direction to...

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    Bihar Floods- Death Toll Rises to 33, Over 25 Lakh People Affected

    Flash floods in Bihar triggered by unusual torrential rainfall in Nepal have claimed 33 lives in the state till Tuesday evening and affected more than 25 lakh people in at least 12 districts, officials said. According to the state's Disaster Management authority, the maximum number of 11 casualties have been reported from Sitamarhi district where 12 lakh people have been...

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    IMD Predicts Slight Rain in Delhi, Mumbai Today

    The India Meteorological Department has predicted that cities like Delhi and Mumbai are expected to receive light rains on Wednesday. Although the mercury slightly rose in the national capital in the morning owing to dry conditions, the weatherman said, rains are expected in various parts of the cities. The minimum and maximum temperatures in the national capital will hover around 28 degrees...

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    Rebel AAP MLA Devender Sehrawat Moves SC Against Disqualification Notice For Joining BJP

    New Delhi: Rebel Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Devender Sehrawat Wednesday moved the Supreme Court against the disqualification notice under the anti-defection law issued to him by the Delhi Assembly Secretariat for joining the BJP. The mater was mentioned for urgent listing before a vacation bench comprising justices Sanjiv Khanna and B R Gavai. The bench...

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    Odisha reserves 10% seats for EWS students in 3 medical colleges

    Odisha government Tuesday decided to implement 10 per cent Economically Weaker Sections quota in three medical colleges in the state from this academic session after the Centre approved an increase of 100 BBS seats. Earlier, the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry in a communication to the state government informed it to increase 25 MBBS seats each in Pandit Raghunath Murmu...

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    350 companies are selected for the final round of Quality Marks Awards 2019

    Quality Mark Trust has brought its 9th edition of Quality Mark Awards for the companies identified for their unmatched products and services in the market with optimistic success in the industry. Its last eight editions were highly appreciated by the industry veterans and now the registration process for 9th edition has been completed. A total of 1,800 known...

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    Actress and TMC MP Nusrat Jahan ties knot with Nikhil Jain in Turkey

    Kolkata : Bengali actress and newly-elected MP Nusrat Jahan looked every bit the traditional bride in a red designer lehenga as she tied the knot with her businessman beau Nikhil Jain in the picturesque Turkish town of Bodrum. The wedding took place late on Wednesday at the Six Place Kapalankya, a luxury resort located in Milas, 84 km from Bodrum. Sharing a photograph from...

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    Congress out of power as Nehru, Indira's heirs did not honour yoga: Ramdev

    Mumbai : Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi performed yoga in private and their heirs did not honour it which is why power has eluded them as those who do yoga are "directly blessed by god", Ramdev on Wednesday said. He also expressed confidence that "big work" will be done on issues such as Article 370 and triple talaq under the leadership of Prime...

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    Nations Spending on Judiciary Have More Stable Governments, Says CJI Ranjan Gogoi

    Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has opined that countries that spend adequately on judicial infrastructure are the ones with more stable governments. Speaking at the 14th SCO conference of chief justices in the Russian city of Sochi, Gogoi suggested that data would go on to corroborate the significance of investing in judicial infrastructure. "It...

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