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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

Watch this special segment and get to know, Is three divorce system a violation of the constitution?
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Is triple divorce system an infringement of the Indian Constitution? - Part III

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

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Is triple divorce system an infringement of the Indian Constitution?

Watch this special segment and get to know, Is three divorce system a violation of the constitution?
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Right to reputation can't be 'crucified' for free speech: SC

The right to reputation is part of one of the most important fundamental rights to life and personal liberty and cannot be "crucified" for the freedom of speech and expression, the Supreme Court on Friday said while upholding validity of 156-year-old penal laws on defamation.

RSS leader wants revision of textbook contents

He said the issue has been ignored for 50-60 years.

Constitutional rights non-negotiable: Jayant Sinha

 Amid the debate on intolerance, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha on Friday said government will do its utmost to protect the Constitutional rights of freedom of expression and religion, which are "non-negotiable".

BJP mocks constitution and celebrates Ambedkar's birth anniversary, says Nitish Kumar

BJP mocks constitution and celebrates Ambedkar's birth anniversary, says Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday attacked the BJP, saying "those who make a mockery of the Indian constitution" are now celebrating the birth anniversary of B.R. Ambedkar.

South Africa`s Zuma admits actions `inconsistent` with constitution

South African President Jacob Zuma defended himself Friday after a damning court judgement over public funds used to upgrade his private residence, but admitted his conduct was "inconsistent" with the constitution.

We don't need to learn nationalism from Arun Jaitley: Sitaram Yechury

We don't need to learn nationalism from Arun Jaitley: Sitaram Yechury

Equating Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's comments with former US President George Bush's 'either you are with us or with the terrorists' assertion, CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury today said they would not take lessons in nationalism from the BJP.

Pakistan court summons Pervez Musharraf in high treason case

A Pakistani court on Tuesday asked former military dictator Pervez Musharraf to appear before it on March 31 for the hearing of high treason case against him after the ex-President did not turn up citing bad health.

Supreme Court will ensure laws conform to Constitution: Judge

The Supreme Court is the "ultimate arbiter" of the Constitution and it will ensure laws passed by Parliament conform to the statute book and they are "faithfully obeyed", a judge of the apex court said today.

Musharraf be tried on charge of treason for subverting constitution: Pak SC

Musharraf be tried on charge of treason for subverting constitution: Pak SC

The apex court accepted former chief justice Abdul Hameed Dogar's appeal to exclude him from the investigation against 72-year-old Musharraf.

Killing people for eating beef is heinous crime: Taslima Nasreen

Killing people for eating beef is heinous crime: Taslima Nasreen

Describing India as a "beautiful country" where several customs, religions, culture and languages co-exist, Taslima Nasreen said, "Sometimes incidents do happen but it's a peaceful country.  

Incumbent on us to maintain sanctity of constitution: President

The Indian constitution is an enduring document that reflects our aspirations and it is incumbent on those holding constitutional positions to maintain the sanctity of this sacred text, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Tuesday.

Governors cannot pre-empt CM's powers: Supreme Court

A Chief Minister's exclusive powers cannot be pre-empted by the Governor, whose powers are "limited" under the Constitution and should be exercised in a fair manner to ensure survival of democracy, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.