The Delhi High Court was informed by the home ministry on Wednesday it never gave any assurance to the UK authorities that no further investigation will be carried out in the case related to Sanjeev Chawla, alleged bookie and key accused in one of cricket’s biggest match-fixing scandals that involved former South African captain Hansie Cronje.
An anti-evasion wing of Central-GST has detected a fraud of more than Rs 214 crore through fake invoices in Delhi, an official release said on Wednesday.
Three Hizbul Mujahideen militants, including a self-styled commander of the outfit, were killed in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, officials said.
PUNE Various non governmental organisations (NGOs) have raised serious concerns over a proposal by the Pune Cantonment Board (PCB) to concretise the Bhairoba nallah (stream).
A shocking video of a man attempting to rob an elderly man withdrawing cash has been shared on Facebook. The video, however, is collecting tremendous reactions for the surprising way the incident ends. The clip shows the man fighting off the robber forcing him to run away empty handed.
Cricketers trolling each other on social media are nothing new but India limited overs vice captain Rohit Sharma seems to be the one involved in majority of those. Whether it is pulling teammate Yuzvendra Chahal’s leg or trolling newcomers of the Indian side, Rohit has time and again given an account of his funny bone. But this time Rohit was at the receiving end when Harbhajan Singh decided to poke fun on a workout video posted by the India opener.
Samsung Electronics stands to be a major beneficiary of the China production problems announced by rival Apple Inc on Monday, reaping the rewards of a decade-long bet on low-cost smartphone manufacturing in Vietnam.
Hundreds of people began disembarking a cruise ship in Japan on Wednesday after being held on board for more than two weeks under quarantine, as criticism mounted of Japan’s handling of the biggest coronavirus outbreak outside China.
A legislation to ensure data privacy, digitisation of legal records and higher budgetary allotment for the judicial sector are some of the recommendations made by academicians and legal experts to improve the state of the law in the country.
Manoj Tiwary does not want to stop. Not now, not anytime soon. He wants to tread the road on which Wasim Jaffer keeps walking.
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New Delhi: Greater Kailash MLA and AAP national spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj on Tuesday said he would organise monthly recitation of the Ramayana’s Sundar Kand across neighbourhoods in his constituency to get blessings of Lord Hanuman.
CHANDIGARH The Punjab cabinet on Tuesday approved the creation of 550 posts in the government medical colleges at Patiala and Amritsar to improve and streamline their functioning.
New Delhi: The three mediators appointed by the Supreme Court will visit Shaheen Bagh after studying the judicial order that mandates them to hold talks with the protestors at the site and persuade them to call it off, senior advocate Sanjay Hegde, one of the interlocutors, said on Tuesday.
‘Protest will continue’, say protesters as Supreme Court-appointed mediators reach Shaheen Bagh to meet them
The three mediators appointed by the Supreme Court, while hearing a petition against the protest at New Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, got down to work today. They reached Shaheen Bagh to talk to protesters and convince them to hold the agitation at an alternative site.
More than 100 people were infected by the highly contagious novel coronavirus by December 31 at the outbreak epicentre Wuhan, three weeks before it was officially declared to be transmissible between humans and the city was put under a lockdown, it has emerged.
A day after ICC revealed plans of starting off new white-ball tournaments, India captain Virat Kohli threw his weight firmly weight behind the ongoing ICC World Test Championship, rating it as the biggest among all the ICC events. Speaking ahead of the first Test against New Zealand, starting Friday at Wellington, Kohli said all other tournaments start below the Test championship.
Sri Srinivasan, a prominent Indian-American judge, has created history by becoming the first person of South Asian descent to lead a powerful federal circuit court considered next only to the US Supreme Court.