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Fake degree row: How logical is it to compare Smriti Irani's case with Jitender Tomar?

On Taal Thok Ke tonight we discuss if it is logical/justified to compare Smriti Irani's case with that of Jitender Singh Tomar?

Fake degree row: How logical is it to compare Smriti Irani's case with Jitender Tomar? Part-2

On Taal Thok Ke tonight we discuss if it is logical/justified to compare Smriti Irani's case with that of Jitender Singh Tomar?

SC asks CBSE to hold fresh AIPMT, declare results by Aug 17

The Supreme Court on Friday extended time for conducting All India Pre Medical and Dental Test (AIPMT)​ for medical and dental courses for the year 2015-16 and directed the Central Board of Secondary Education​ (CBSE) to declare results by August 17.

Not possible to hold AIPMT in 4 weeks, CBSE tells SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear on Friday a plea by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) seeking more time to re-conduct AIPMT-2015 exam.

The CBSE Thursday said it was not possible to hold exams in four weeks, as directed by the apex court in June 15 ruling.

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AIB: Stop acid attacks - A Zee Media initiative

In an effort to stop the menace of acid attacks, this episode of Zee Media's 'All India Badtameez' highlights the need to stop the sale of acid despite Supreme Court ban.

SC to resume hearing from June 8 on pleas against NJAC

The Supreme Court will resume on Monday hearing arguments on the constitutional validity of the National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) Act, notwithstanding the ongoing summer vacation.

Govt to introduce bill on SC, ST in LS: Gehlot

Amid Congress attacking the NDA government of allowing to lapse an ordinance to strengthen the SCs and STs (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989, the Centre on Tuesdaya said it will introduce the bill in Lok Sabha.

India will pursue Captain Saurabh Kalia's case against Pakistan if SC permits: Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the Modi government was willing to pursue the case against Pakistan in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) if the Supreme Court permitted.

SC rejects plea of shifting tiger 'Ustaad' to Udaipur zoo

The Supreme Court Monday declined to entertain a petition against the shifting of tiger 'Ustaad', an alleged man-eater, from the Ranthambore reserved forest to an Udaipur zoo.

Nitish criticises Modi govt over IIT-Madras body derecognition

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Saturday derecognition of the students group in IIT Madras for being "critical of PM" was "an attack on democracy" and "reflected dictatorial and fascist face" of the Centre.

MHA notification: SC issues notice to Delhi govt

In a small advantage to the central government, the Supreme Court on Friday described as "tentative" Delhi High Court's observation that its May 21 order giving Delhi's lt.

Court stays Haryana notification for SC staff

 In a setback to the Haryana government, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday stayed a notification for reserving 20 percent seats in departmental promotions for class III and IV Scheduled Caste (SC) employees.

NRHM scam: SC notice to CBI on bail plea of ex-UP Minister

 The Supreme Court today issued notices to CBI on the bail plea of former UP cabinet minister Babu Singh Kushwaha who is in jail since March 3, 2012 in the multi-crore National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scam case.

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AAP does contempt of court, makes identities of rape victims public

In a shocking revelation, AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Atishi Marlena made the identities of two rape victims public in Madhya Pradesh.

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