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More protests planned in Venezuela as death toll reaches 32

University students in Venezuela will lead a fresh round of marches against President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday, a day after police fired tear gas and protesters hurled Molotov cocktails in rallies against his plan to rewrite the constitution.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls for new constitution

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls for new constitution

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday called for the creation of a constituent assembly to draft a new constitution.

Nepal govt gets president's nod to deploy army for May polls

Nepal government on Friday got the approval from the president to deploy the army for the smooth conduct of local-level polls on May 14 amid a stiff resistance by the Madhes-centric parties.

Let Muslims solve Triple Talaq issue themselves: Digvijaya Singh

Let Muslims solve Triple Talaq issue themselves: Digvijaya Singh

The Congress party has advised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) not to drag the triple talaq issue to Court, as Muslims can resolve it on their own.

Turkey votes in landmark presidential referendum

Voting began on Sunday in Turkey in a landmark referendum that will determine whether President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be granted new powers, the media reported.

Create conducive environment for polls: Nepal President

Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari has urged the people to create an atmosphere conducive for conducting local polls which is a must for implementing the new Constitution.

Atheists in Maharashtra want IPC sections suppressing rational voices repealed

Atheists in Maharashtra have called for repealing the laws dealing with hurting religious sentiment saying they are against the spirit of the Constitution and are being misused against rational voices.

Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan says Turks in Europe should defy 'grandchildren of Nazism'

President Tayyip Erdogan on Monday called on Turkish voters in Europe to defy the "grandchildren of Nazism" and back a referendum this month on changing the constitution, comments likely to cause further ire in Europe.

Supreme Court seeks government response to lifetime poll ban on convicts

Supreme Court seeks government response to lifetime poll ban on convicts

The Supreme Court on Friday gave the Central government a week to file their response to a plea seeking life-time ban on contesting election for those convicted of serious offences as it was told that the matter has already been referred to the constitution bench.

India observes Constitution Day today

Activities like mock Parliament, essay and debate competitions are being organised across the country on the occasion.

Constitutional provisions on education will not be tinkered with: Javadekar

Constitutional provisions on education will not be tinkered with: Javadekar

"The cabinet has not cleared any policy draft on New Education Policy. It is in the making," Javadekar said.

Study Constitution well, understand democratic process: President to law students

Study Constitution well, understand democratic process: President to law students

The president said the Constitution represented a second liberation, this time from the stranglehold of traditional inequality in gender, caste, community along with other fetters that had chained the country of too long.

J&K resettlement law: SC hints referring it to larger bench

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it may refer to a constitution bench a plea challenging the validity of the Jammu and Kashmir resettlement Act if it finds that some issues needed interpretation of the Constitution.

Talks held between Mizoram govt and HPC(D)

Representatives of Mizoram government and Manipur-based Hmar People's Convention (Democratic) today held talks here to find an amicable solution to the vexed Hmar imbroglio.

Jailed Venezuelan opposition leader appeals sentence

Leopoldo Lopez appealed his 14-year sentence during a marathon hearing.

SC issues notice to EC on plea seeking disqualification of convicted lawmakers

The Supreme Court of India on Friday issued a notice to the Election Commission of India (ECI) to respond to a plea with regard to disqualifying convicted Members of Parliament and Members of State Assemblies/Legislators as per an earlier direction of the apex court.

Letter war breaks out between AMU VC and BJP MP — Read full details

Letter war breaks out between AMU VC and BJP MP — Read full details

A letter war has broken out between the Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and local BJP MP Satish Gautam who wrote to the former charging him with 'issuing inflammatory statements' over its minority status 'to create disturbances in the University'.

Muslim outfits express solidarity with Islamic preacher Zakir Naik; criticises Centre, Maha govt

Muslim outfits express solidarity with Islamic preacher Zakir Naik; criticises Centre, Maha govt

Several Muslim outfits staged a protest here on Saturday, expressing solidarity with controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and criticised the Centre and the Maharashtra government for trying to "stifle" the voice of a man of "peace and harmony."

Is triple divorce system an infringement of the Indian Constitution? - Part IV

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Is triple divorce system an infringement of the Indian Constitution? - Part III

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