Right to freedom from noise pollution is fundamental: HC

The Allahabad High Court has held that the "right to freedom from noise pollution is a fundamental right".

China asserts right over Huangyan island

China has reasserted its sovereignty over the disputed island of Huangyan in South China Sea.

SC to probe production right of jailed accused

The SC indicated
it may examine a crucial question of law as to whether a
person in judicial custody, should be produced before a magistrate.

Was right in inflating bills, says Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi said she was right in claiming
business class fare while travelling economy class as the
excess amount went for the education of poor.

Megan Fox will only have kids when her bank balance is right

Megan Fox does not want to have any children until she has a large bank balance so she can “protect” their future.

Right to invoke RTI Act against graft: SC

The Supreme Court has said
citizens have a right to invoke the Right To Information Act
to fight corruption and bring in transparency and
accountability in the administration.

Peaceful demonstrations against report Sri Lanka`s right: UN

Following demonstrations
against a UN report on possible war crimes in Sri Lanka during
the final battle against LTTE, the world body has said that
people have the right to protest peacefully.

Joshi had no right to submit PAC report to Speaker: Bansal

Parliamentary Affairs Minister PK Bansal on Saturday said PAC Chairman Murli Manohar Joshi had no right to submit the draft report on the 2G scam to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar as it was `rejected` by a majority of the members.

Tribesmen seek right to light lamp at Sabarimala

The `Mala Araya Mahasabha` has appealed to the Travancore Devaswom Board,
which runs the Sabarimala shrine, to restore their right to
light the holy lamp at Ponnambalamedu on Makaravilakku day
during the pilgrimage season.

Hazare flags down corruption, India rallies behind

Veteran social activist Anna Hazare announced that he has no plans to end his fast-unto-death until the govt agrees to enact the Jan Lokpal bill.

How a glove can change your perception

Right-handed people associate good with the right and bad with left.

Emotions drive us to do right or wrong thing

It’s our emotions that drive us to do a right or wrong thing, says a study.

If Sibal was right, then why Raja`s arrest, asks Yechury

CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury Wednesday said that if the new communication minister, Kapil Sibal, was right when he said there was no problem in the allocation of 2G spectrum, then why did the CBI arrest his predecessor A. Raja.

Marriage is not an absolute right: Pope

Pope Benedict XVI told priests to do a better job counseling would-be spouses to ensure their marriages last.

Bill for right to justice on the anvil: Moily

A bill ensuring right to justice
for all was in the offing for building an inclusive society,
Union law Minister M Veerappa Moily said.

British Royal Family to be granted new right of secrecy

The Royal Family will be granted complete protection from public scrutiny.

Will try my best to do whatever is right: Sibal

HRD Minister Kapil Sibal, who was
given the additional charge of Telecom Ministry, on Monday said he
will try his best to do whatever is right in his new role and
every step taken must be "carefully choreographed".

CIC decides to speed up disposal of pending cases

In an effort to clear the
backlog of over 13,000 cases, the Central Information
Commission has decided to dispose of "on priority basis"
nearly 300 cases which have been awaiting decision for more
than a year.

Armed forces have right to self defence: Pentagon

As Pakistan fumed over aerial
attacks by NATO forces inside its territory that killed nearly
50 militants, the Pentagon has asserted that armed forces have
the right to self defence.

Govt should enact law to protect transgenders` rights: Experts

Legal experts on Saturday said there
should be a law to protect transgenders` interests and improve
their living conditions.