Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Centre to submit a list of steps taken to ban the Blue Whale online game that has led to numerous suicides among teens.
A month after key accused Lt Colonel Shrikant Purohit was granted interim bail by the Supreme Court, two more accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case were granted bail on Tuesday.
Former Congress party leader Shankersinh Vaghela extended his support to the Jan Vikalp forum, a party formed by his supporters in Gujarat.
As soon as the League Cup third round draw concluded, all eyes are on Leicester City vs Liverpool clash, which is the biggest match in this stage of the competition. Both the Premier League clubs will be eager to come up with their best football and emerge victorious on Tuesday. Liverpool have not been able to pick up wins in their last three matches, with two of them finishing in draw and one resulting in an embarrassing 0-5 loss to Manchester City.
Islamabad, Sep 19 (IANS) The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday gave former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and other family members another seven days to appear before the accountability court in connection with the Supreme Court-mandated corruption cases. The order came on three cases submitted by the NAB against Sharif, his sons Hussain and Hassan, daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Captain Muhammad Safdar (retd). The NAB ordered that the family should appear before the court on September 26, Geo News reported.
The mother of the deceased claims that she could not deposit the fees amounting to Rs 1020 of Aman Children School, after which the school authorities started harassing her child.
A panchayat at a village in Madhya Pradesh's Betul district has imposed a fine of about Rs 75,000 on a family for open defecation. The panchayat of Rambhakhedi village also served notices to 43 other families there to stop defecating in the open. "About a month back, the family was advised to stop defecating in the open.
New Delhi [India], September 19 (ANI): A delegation of the Confederation of All India Trade (CAIT), raising objection over an advertisement featuring Bollywood actor Sunny Leone, has requested the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Ram Vilas Paswan, to take a strict action against the manufacturing company, Manforce Condoms, along with the actress brand ambassador. The CAIT has accused the manufacturing company of taking "the marketing ethics at all low level of irresponsibility" and said that the banners in cities across Gujarat are shouting out to encourage youth to use Manforce condoms in the name of the Navratri festival.
The poem also slams the society which raises its voice or puts on display its anger only after something goes terribly wrong.
Uber has apologised after its food delivery service's 'Wife Appreciation Day' promotion in Bengaluru was called out for being 'sexist' by the social media.
Under government's 'Ujjwala Plus' scheme, an extension of Ujjwala scheme, you can play a good samaritan by donating cooking gas connections to poor households.
New Delhi [India], Sep 19 (ANI): The Embassy of Finland in New Delhi together with Fortum India and Visit Finland has brought a photo exhibition of the most spectacular phenomena of Finland, The Northern Lights to New Delhi. Inaugurated by Honorable Deputy CM Manish Sisodia in presence of H.E Nina Vaskunlahti, Ambassador of Finland to India at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, is a part of the celebrations of 100 years of independence of Finland.
Bathukamma is a festival celebrated by Hindu women in Telangana. A media report quoted one of the protesters as saying the sarees distributed by the Chandrashekhar Rao government were "not worth even for cleaning floors." Read on to learn more.
Actress Sushmita Sen today appeared before a special court at Egmore on the orders of the Madras High Court in connection with the import of a luxury car in alleged violation of provisions of foreign trade policy. The case was registered by the Customs Department and Directorate of Revenue Intelligence after it found that the luxury vehicle was imported by misusing the provisions of Transfer of Residence of the Exim policy. The investigators said that a person named Haren Choksey had sold a luxury car, imported by another named Vasu Pandari Thamala, to Sen.
Out of the total number of 114 internet shutdowns in the five year period, nearly 53 were reported from Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Sep 19 (ANI): The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday arrested two people from Jammu for their involvement in the Bahadur Ali Case.
Twitter is full of positive messages and videos on the current situations and people cannot help but applaud the Mumbai traffic police for standing strong through rain and storm.
Sitting as the puigne judge, Justice Misra was adjudicating a bunch of cases relating to medical colleges and admission of students, and all these cases moved with him when he became CJI in August last week.
Vatican City, Sep 20 (IANS/AKI) The Vatican on Tuesday denied it paid around 250,000 euros to keep schoolgirl Emanuela Orlandi in London after she vanished in Rome over three decades ago, saying a letter claiming this was "completely false and without foundation". "The Secretariat of State firmly denies the authenticity of the document and declares the information contained in it to be completely false and without foundation," the Holy See said, as per Vatican Radio. The Vatican statement referred to the letter allegedly written by late Italian cardinal Lorenzo Antonetti nearly 20 years ago which is due to be published in an upcoming book by Italian investigative reporter Emiliano Fittipaldi, "The Imposters".
UN human rights investigators said they needed "full and unfettered" access to Myanmar to investigate a grave and ongoing refugee crisis
Washington, Sep 19 (IANS) A US engineer was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty of selling classified information to a fake Russian spy. Gregory Allen Justice, 49, was reportedly working for Boeing Satellite Systems before his arrest, reports Xinhua news agency. On Monday, he expressed "regret and remorse" for his crimes after the US District Court in Los Angeles ruled to imprison him because he had violated the Arms Export Control Act by selling the sensitive information to the undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent disguised as a spy.
Recent reports have emerged stating that the Parsons Green Tube train bombing suspect was known to the police. According to reports, police cars had reportedly paid several visits to the 18-year-old's house over the last few months, the neighbours told BBC. The suspect is believed to have moved to the United Kingdom at the age of 15 when his parents died.
At a time when the safety of children in schools is already under scanner following the murder of a seven-year-old boy in Gurugram's Ryan International School, the principal of a primary school in Kanpur was found teaching children in an inebriated state. Pradeep Kumar, the principal of a primary school in the Nevada village of Kanpur's Bilhaur, was found teaching children under the influence of alcohol.