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    Ranjit Kumar

    Ranjit Kumar

    Ranjit Kumar is a senior advocate practising in Supreme Court of India and the former Solicitor General of India. He was appointed in 2014 by the incumbent government of Narendra Modi, succeeding Mohan Parasaran.

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    Monsoon fury: Onion prices surge in Delhi, Bihar
    National

    Monsoon fury: Onion prices surge in Delhi, Bihar

    The retail price of onion shot up to Rs 70 per kilogram in the capital on Friday due to a reduced supply of the crop owing to incessant rains and floods in many parts of the country.

    Special drive to clear stuck IGST refunds on the spot
    Business

    Special drive to clear stuck IGST refunds on the spot

    Central custom officials would kick off a special drive on India-Nepal border in Bihar to instantly clear pending IGST refunds of exporters.

    SC hears 1950 affidavits by Muslims, Akhara's title stance
    National

    SC hears 1950 affidavits by Muslims, Akhara's title stance

    On the 10th day of the Ayodhya title dispute hearing on Thursday, the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi took up two important aspects of the case affidavits filed by Muslims in 1950 claiming mosque was constructed after demolishing a temple, and the stance of the Nirmohi Akhara on its title.

    Nobody can claim adverse possession on 'Ram Janmabhoomi': Ram Lalla counsel
    National

    Nobody can claim adverse possession on 'Ram Janmabhoomi': Ram Lalla counsel

    The counsel of Hindu parties on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that if there was a temple and people worshipped there as Lord Ram's birthplace, then nobody can claim ownership by adverse possession of "Ram Janmabhoomi" (the birthplace of Lord Ram).

    Lecturer held, Professor booked for sexual harassment in Telangana
    National

    Lecturer held, Professor booked for sexual harassment in Telangana

    The Telangana Police has arrested a lecturer and booked an Assistant Professor of a university in different cases of sexually harassement, police said on Monday.

    Violence has become common in West Bengal, says SC
    National

    Violence has become common in West Bengal, says SC

    Violence has become common in West Bengal with some people fighting without any issue and these people who indulge in arson and rioting do not belong to any political party, the Supreme Court said on Thursday.

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