The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Abhay Chautala along with his party workers here today while coming from new vegetable market, Ambala
Sticking to its earlier stand to not to take into consideration some basic issued related to allocation of Punjab's river water to non-riparian states, the Supreme Court of India on Wednesday (Feb. 22) passed a comment that (controversial) Satluj-Yamina Link (SYL) canal has to be built.
The Centre-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) has filed chargesheets in only four of the 59 Sikh Genocide cases taken up for further probe.
As per the media reports surfacing from Jammu two Kashmiri youths hailing from Anantnag and Handwara areas have been arrested for allegedly
The section people that are disable and are on crutches and in wheelchairs should remain still and maintain “maximum possible alertness physically” when the
The last hope of Bibi Jagir Kaur came crashing down as the Supreme Court of India yesterday refused to put SAD (Badal) leader Bibi Jagir Kaur’s
Supreme Court of India on Monday (January 17) sought a response from both the Centre as well Facebook over non-security of data and conversations on WhatsApp.
Supreme Court of India (SCI) today sought status report regarding progress in investigation of November 1984 Sikh massacre related cases by Special Investigation Team (SIT).
Ten elderly Sikhs, who were acquitted in a TADA case two days back, are expected to be released from various prisons today.
Supreme Court of India (SCI) today acquitted a 1987 TADA case related to Ludhiana Bank robbery acquitting all 10 elderly Sikhs who were convicted and 1o years term by a trial court in 2012.
Supreme Court of India (SCI) today acquitted a 1987 TADA case related to Ludhiana Bank robbery acquitting all 10 elderly Sikhs who were convicted and 10 years term by a trial court in 2012.
As per the media reports the Central team that under took the inspection of the controversial SYL canal have filed their reports in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Thursday held that personnel working in the Indian Air Force cannot sport a beard based on religious grounds.
The police action against those who allegedly failed to stand up during the jan gan man anthem has invoked strong criticism from film fraternity
The state apparatus and the Hindutva outfits have started targeting those who fail to stand up during Jan Gan Man anthem being place before starting of movies in cinema halls or screenings in film festivals.
Indian Supreme Court yesterday said that playing of Jan Gan Man anthem before the movie screenings shall be compulsory event at the film festival and that all people will have to stand to show respect.
Usual interpretation of the Indian Supreme Court verdict on ‘Jana Gana Mana’, the National Anthem on 30 November, 2016 as curbing of individual’s freedom could hardly fathom the real intention behind the judicial overreach which is meant to serve a larger purpose.
This is clip is part of extensive interview with Sikh Youth Leader Bhai Mandhir Singh about Supreme Court of India's November 10, 2016 ruling against Punjab in controversial Satluj Yamuna Link (SYL) canal.
Supreme Court of India (SCI) today issued notice to Punjab and the Centre on Haryana’s plea for construction of controversial Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal.
The Supreme Court of India on Wednesday has given its green signal to the Panchkula trial court to go ahead and pronounce judgment in a 1999 rape case against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.Next Page »