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Dombivli Rape Case: Two more accused held in Dombivli gang rape case, total arrests rise to 28 | Thane News – Times of India

KALYAN: Two more arrests have been made by the Special Team of Investigation (SIT) probing Dombivli gang rape of minor girl case, taking the total arrests in the case to 28. In a statement, police said 28 of the 33 accused have been arrested. Sonali Dhole, assistant commissioner of police, leading SIT confirmed to TOI […]

Supreme Court on adjournments: No more tarikh pe tarikh | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: More than 28 years after the “tarikh pe tarikh” dialogue in the film “Damini” encapsulated the common citizen’s views on the meandering case trial process, the Supreme Court on Thursday barred grant of repeated adjournments routinely and told trial court judges to risk becoming unpopular among advocates by refusing at the drop of […]

Supreme Court technical panel to probe Pegasus row | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Ending the suspense over the nature of inquiry into the Pegasus controversy, the Supreme Court Thursday said it will pass orders next week on constituting a technical committee of eminent experts. The panel will probe issues, highlighted by over a dozen PILs, alleging phones of certain politicians, journalists, lawyers and activists were illegally […]

census: No OBC information in 2021 census as 2011 caste data unusable: Government | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Centre Thursday told the Supreme Court it has decided not to enumerate Other Backward Castes as part of the 2021 Census as taking a headcount of castes other than Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes will be administratively extremely complex and cannot yield complete or accurate information. Opposing the Maharashtra government’s plea for […]

India Covid 19 News: SC praises Centre’s handling of Covid pandemic | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday appreciated the Centre’s step to grant ex-gratia assistance to the kin of those who who lost their lives due to Covid and said that no other country has managed to do what India has done. “We are happy that there will be some solace to the persons who […]

Pegasus News: SC to set up probe panel, formal order next week | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday said it is setting up a technical expert committee to inquire the snooping row using the Pegasus software. CJI N V Ramana said some technical experts are expressing personal difficulty to decline being part of the team. “That is why it is taking time to constitute the technical […]

Admit women to NDA from this year itself: Supreme Court | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday made it clear that a beginning, even though small, has to be made this year itself for the induction of female candidates into the National Defence Academy (NDA), and this could not be postponed till next year as sought by the Centre, which said it needed time till […]

Endgame Worries: Gaming Industry Experts Question Karnataka Govt’s Anti-gambling Bill ​

The Karnataka Police (Amendment) Act, 2021, was passed by the state legislative assembly on Tuesday, banning all forms of wagering or betting in connection with any game of chance except horse racing and lottery. The amendment also prohibits risking money on the unknown result of an event including on a game of skill. The bill, […]

‘Entry of Women Can’t be Postponed, Armed Forces Can Handle Emergency’: SC Rejects Centre’s Plea on NDA Exam

Women should be allowed to appear in National Defence Academy (NDA) exams this year, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday, rejecting the government’s request to defer the move until next year. The government had suggested that the first women candidates for NDA should take the exams in May next year. The Court turned down a […]

NDA Exam 2021: Allow female aspirants to take NDA entrance exam in November, SC tells Centre | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to allow female aspirants to appear in the NDA entrance examination in November this year, instead of postponing their induction by another year as pleaded by the government. The apex court has said it cannot vacate its interim order to allow women aspirants to take the […]

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