Saturday, August 27, 2016

Bombay High Court says diktat banning women from the sanctum sanctorum of Hazi Ali dargah is unconstitutional. Women must be allowed inside. ///// Supreme Court admits petition challenging validity of triple talaq

In Depth


Raghuram Rajan’s Legacy: Clarity of Thought and Stronger RBI

News Snippets

  • Zakir Naik to be charged with terror, his NGO to be banned
  • SC proposes harsher penalty for rash driving
  • Govt to act against 400 J & K 'troublemakers'
  • Bengal defers ratifying GST Bill, drops it from assembly agenda
  • PM Modi announces that a task force will be setup to aim for better performance in the next three Olympics
  • HRD minister Prakash Javadekar says feedback from states and citizens will shape the new education policy
  • Rajnath Singh says alternatives to pellet guns will be found even asan expert committee looks into the use of indigenous PAVA chilli-based, non-lethal shells
  • Mehbooba Mufti says a handful of people using children to attack security forces will not be allowed to succeed in their nefarious designs
  • Home buyers ask govt to clarify certain rules under RERA which they think are builder-centric
  • Soon, wi-fi may be permitted on flights
  • Bengal govt raises electric tariff for heavy users to subsidize the middle class and poor
  • Rajan tweaks corporate bond rules to widen and deepen the market
  • IIT's ban 31 firms from taking part in campus placements
  • Organizers, backed by political parties, defy dahi handi restrictions of Supreme Court
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) school in Pune tells Bombay high court that since it has no links with the Indian education system, it cannot come under RTE Act