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Opposition Leader in State Assembly Siddaramaiah on Wednesday ruled out being a part of an inquiry committee to probe the porn watching episode involving three former BJP ministers and charged the ruling BJP government of attempting to bury the issue.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today once again sought time till tomorrow to file its report and the additional charge sheet against the nine accused, involved in the 2006 Malegaon blast case...Following this, designated Judge Y D Shinde,
THE United States Embassy in Manila announced that it will be closed to the public till tomorrow, September 28 due to Typhoon Pedring. The embassy said that regular operations of the services will resume on September 29,
A Teacher used to speak naughty things during lecture. Girls decided that next time if he start any such thing, they"d leave the class in protest.
Vandalism reigned supreme right under the nose of the district administration at Singur with villagers freely entering the jinxed Singur factory site all of Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to take away whatever they could lay their hands on.
The Supreme Court on Monday observed that it would summon the prime minister of the Pakistan but if the government’s lawyers did not represent it on the review plea against the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) verdict.
The attorney general says, government did not budge from its point despite best efforts. The federal government has stuck to its point on the replacement of lawyer in the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) review case. In his
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has adjourned review petition on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) for two weeks on Tuesday due to the absence of Justice Tasadaq Jilani, who is unavailable because of his illness.
The advocate on record told SC he has been removed from the case. The Supreme Court took up review petition on the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) on Monday. As the hearing started, former advocate on record Raja Abdul Ghafoor
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court resumed hearing of the NRO review case on Monday, DawnNews reports. During the hearing, Advocate on Record, Abdul Gafoor, announced that he is separating himself from the case. “I