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PM Modi to bring back 157 antiquities handed over by US

The list of 157 artefacts includes a diverse set of items ranging from the one-and-a-half metre bas relief panel of Revanta in sandstone of the 10th CE to the 8.5 cm tall, exquisite bronze Nataraja from the 12th CE.
This continues the efforts by the Modi government to bring back India's antiquities and artefacts from across the world, it said.

Rohini shootout: Several people could have died if there was no immediate police action, says FIR

According to an FIR, Singh said that since the duo was armed with weapons and they were firing indiscriminately, it was not possible for the police team to nab them "physically", especially when judge

Sub-Inspector Singh, posted with the 3rd Battalion of the Delhi Armed Police, was part of a team which had brought high-risk undertrial prisoner Gogi to the Rohini court from Tihar as he had to be produced for his case hearing on Friday afternoon. (Representative image)

Major reshuffle in Delhi Police, 11 Special Commissioners transferred

The move comes a day after a dramatic shootout took place inside a courtroom in Rohini court which left three people, including gangster Jitender Gogi, dead.

Those transferred include 11 Special Commissioners of Police, one Additional Commissioner of Police and 28 DCPs and additional DCPs, the order said. (File image)

Kanhaiya Kumar, Jignesh Mevani expected to join Congress next week: Sources

Kumar had joined the Communist Party of India (CPI) ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha election and had unsuccessfully contested from Begusarai in Bihar against Giriraj Singh of the BJP.

Sources close to Kumar said that he is likely to join the Congress on September 28 in New Delhi.

CJI NV Ramana says Legislature needs to revisit laws to suit `practical realities’

Even after 74 years of Independence, traditional and agrarian societies which have been following customary ways of life, "feel hesitant to approach the courts,” he noted.

He added that often the Indian legal system fails to take into consideration the social realities and implications. (File image)

Thane man studying in Dublin University in Ireland loses Rs 5.30 lakh to cyber fraudster

Mandar Kotnis, pursuing his Masters in Computer Science, had gone to Ireland on September 2 this year, and got a call on September 23 from a person who identified himself as an Irish official.

As per a complaint filed by the victim's mother's, a case under IPC and Information Technology Act provisions has been registered against an unidentified person, Thane police PRO Jaimala Wasave said.

75 programmes on parliamentary democracy across nation, announces Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla

Stating that din and interruptions in Parliament, Assemblies and other Councils were a matter of concern, Birla said wide-level discussions took place between the speakers and leaders of various polit

"The Speaker, PAC chairperson, its members, and the PAC chairpersons from other countries will take part in the conference," Birla said.

Domestically, India faced a dual information challenge in the wake of the pandemic: I&B Minister Thakur

Thakur shared a few crucial learnings from the Indian experience of combating misinformation, stressing that “we believe that flow of authentic information is crucial to address misinformation.”

ED issues fresh summons to Maha minister Anil Parab in Anil Deshmukh money laundering case

This is the second summons issued to Parab, 56, who also holds the parliamentary affairs portfolio in the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

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Assam violence: CM Himanta Sarma defends police action, says cannot demean state govt using one video

Himanta Biswa Sarma justified the police action and said that the anti-encroachment was not done overnight and discussions were on for four months.

PM Modi holds first bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden

Both Biden and Prime Minister Modi have spoken over the phone multiple times and have attended a few virtual summits, including that of the Quad in March hosted by the US president. The last telephone

PM Modi, US President Joe Biden

Delhi HC stays NCDRC order of 3-year jail to Supertech MD, directs Rs 50 lakh be paid to home buyer

Justice Amit Bansal directed the realty firm to deposit Rs 50 lakh, out of the outstanding Rs 1.75 crore, in the home buyer's account within a week to show its bona fide to the court.

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Is there space for insult? Amarinder Singh hits back after Congress says no place for anger in politics

Captain Amarinder Singh hit back asking whether there is space for humiliation and insult in a “grand old party” such as the Congress.

Who is Nimaben Acharya, BJP MLA set to become Gujarat Assembly’s first woman Speaker?

Nimaben Acharya, an MLA from Bhuj, will replace Rajendra Trivedi who resigned as the Speaker on September 16 and joined the new state cabinet of Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel.

Gangster Gogi among 3 dead in shootout at Delhi’s Rohini court; gunmen posed as lawyers

Delhi Police Special Cell said that said the two attackers, who were dressed as lawyers, have been shot dead at the court.

UP Elections 2022: BJP announces alliance with Apna Dal, Nishad Party

The BJP will contest the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh in alliance with Apna Dal and Nishad Party, the party announced on Friday. 

Centre’s refusal to conduct caste census exposes BJP’s OBC politics for electoral gains: Mayawati

The Centre told the Supreme Court that caste Census of backward classes is "administratively difficult and cumbersome" and excluding such information from the purview of Census is a "conscious policy

Hate speech case: Delhi High Court grants bail to organiser of Jantar Mantar event

Singh, who was remanded to judicial custody on August 10 after his arrest, is accused of creating enmity between different groups and inciting the youth to propagate against a particular religion at a

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CBI takes over probe into Mahant Narendra Giri’s death, six-member team heads to Prayagraj

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had called for a CBI probe into the seer's death, which continues to be surrounded by theories and controversies.

Yogendra Yadav confident of denting BJP prospects in UP, Uttarakhand Assembly elections

Yogendra Yadav said the campaigning they did in West Bengal did make some impact on the state’s poll results, and that they would like to make a bigger difference in Uttar Pradesh. 

Gained 10 times more credibility without publicity than with photo-ops during COVID relief: Nitin Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari said that their aim should be the upliftment of society and nation, and they should would towards transforming the country into a “super-economic power”. 

Snoopgate: Supreme Court says will form panel to probe Pegasus row

"That is why it is taking time to constitute the technical expert committee," the CJI said, hoping that the SC will finalise the names of members of the technical committee soon.

A bench led by Chief Justice NV Ramana told senior counsel CU Singh, who appeared for journalist N Ram, that it could not pass the order this week, as indicated earlier because some experts had expressed their inability to join the panel due to “personal reasons”.

Assam is on state-sponsored fire, says Rahul Gandhi as eviction drive turns violent in Darrang district

Congress MP and deputy leader in Lok Sabha Gaurav Gogoi also condemned the incident.

Jharkhand district judge was hit intentionally, CBI tells High Court

The court also today expressed disappointment over the slow progress made in the case and asked the CBI to expedite the probe.

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