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Constitution religion of all religions: Justice Lahoti

The Constitution is the “religion of all religions” and the judiciary should not falter while upholding its values even if other wings of governance fail, former Chief Justice of India Justice R C Lahoti today said. Delivering a lecture on ‘Constitutional Value’ at a function

SC seeks Bimal Gurung’s reply on Bengal govt’s plea

The Supreme Court on Friday asked former Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) president Bimal Gurung to reply on the appeal made by the West Bengal government against his protection from arrest within four days. The court’s direction has come after the Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government approached the top court against protection from arrest to Gurung.

Kerala HC dismisses plea against four CPI ministers

The Kerala High Court on Friday dismissed the petition filed by film director Alleppey Ashraf seeking disqualification of four Communist Party of India (CPI) ministers who boycotted a cabinet meeting on November 15 due to lack of evidence to establish the petitioner’s claims. The court suggested that the petitioner should hand over the

Pricing authority issues notice to Fortis

The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has send notice to Gurugram’s Fortis Hospital over alleged charging of exorbitant bill by it in a recent death case of a seven-year-old dengue patient. The NPPA further asked the authority to provide copies of the invoices, names of the medicines and other details by

CBI files charge-sheet in custodial death of Kotkhai rape case accused

The Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) on Saturday filed charge-sheet in the case of custodial death of an accused in Kotkhai rape and murder case. The case involves eight policemen, including Inspector General of Police Zahur H. Zaidi. The brutal gang rape and murder of a school girl at Kotkhai in Shimla in July created