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No fundamental right of same-sex marriage: Centre to HC
Politics

No fundamental right of same-sex marriage: Centre to HC

New Delhi, Feb 25 The Centre on Thursday told the Delhi High Court that there is no fundamental ...

NIA court frames charges against Kashmiri separatist Aasiya Andrabi, 2 others
National

NIA court frames charges against Kashmiri separatist Aasiya Andrabi, 2 others

An National Investigation Agency (NIA) court has framed charges against Kashmiri separatist Aasiya Andrabi, who is the founder of banned outfit Dukhtaran-e-Millatand (DEM) and her two associates, for allegedly waging war against India, sedition and conspiracy to commit terror acts in the country.

Bengaluru FICN case: 2 more sentenced to 6 years imprisonment
National

Bengaluru FICN case: 2 more sentenced to 6 years imprisonment

On February 20, NIA Special Court, Bengaluru convicted two FICN racketeers namely Gangadhar Kholkar and Sabiruddin under sections 489B, 489C, and 120B read with 34 of IPC and sentenced them to six years imprisonment and fine of Rs 15,000 in Bangalore FICN case, stated an official release.

HC directs to book all trustees in case of Mohatadevi gold burying incident of 2010, the then PDJ, civil judge may land in trouble
Aurangabad

HC directs to book all trustees in case of Mohatadevi gold burying incident of 2010, the then PDJ, civil judge may land in trouble

Aurangabad, Feb 3 In a major ruling, the Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the ...

Delhi Police arrests freelance journalist Mandeep Poonia for 'misbehaving', 'obstructing public servant'
National

Delhi Police arrests freelance journalist Mandeep Poonia for 'misbehaving', 'obstructing public servant'

Delhi Police has arrested freelance journalist Mandeep Poonia for allegedly misbehaving with police personnel and obstructing a public servant from discharging duties at the Singhu border, where farmers have been protesting farm laws for over two months.

Delhi police preventing water tankers from reaching protesting farmers: Satyendra Jain
National

Delhi police preventing water tankers from reaching protesting farmers: Satyendra Jain

Delhi cabinet minister Satyendra Jain on Saturday claimed the Delhi police were preventing water tankers from reaching farmers protesting at Singhu border.

Delhi police keep a watch on Khalistan-related Twitter accounts
National

Delhi police keep a watch on Khalistan-related Twitter accounts

Following the violence during the farmers' rally on Republic Day, the Delhi police are keeping a watch on several Khalistan-related Twitter accounts, sources said.

Farmers move towards Singhu border from Burari ground
National

Farmers move towards Singhu border from Burari ground

Around 30 farmers from DDA Ground in Burari have moved towards the Singhu border and around 15 have been detained for their possible involvement in violence on January 26 and for violating laws, Delhi Police said on Thursday.

NIA files chargesheet against 10 terrorists of Jihadi gang 'Shahadat is our Goal'
National

NIA files chargesheet against 10 terrorists of Jihadi gang 'Shahadat is our Goal'

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday filed a chargesheet against ten terrorists of a jihadi gang 'Shahadat is our Goal' in a Chennai Court.

ED files prosecution complaint against 2 people under PMLA in Ponzi schemes case
National

ED files prosecution complaint against 2 people under PMLA in Ponzi schemes case

The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) has filed a prosecution complaint against Radhe Shyam and Bansi Lal, owners of Haryana-based multi-level marketing (MLM) scheme promoting company in a Ponzi scheme case.

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