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Opinion Social Votes & Polls

EVMs are not possible to Manipulate assures CEC Sunil Arora

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora Friday lamented that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) were being treated like a “football” by parties suffering electoral losses, and said the voting equipment was foolproof as far as fears of manipulation were concerned.   Talking to reporters here upon the conclusion of his two-day tour of Bihar, the CEC, heading Read More…

Opinion Politics South India

Out of 80 MLAs in Congress 2 MLAs not reachable : Siddaramaiah

The absence of four lawmakers posed no imminent threat to the seven-month old Congress-JDS government in the numbers game but suggested that all was not well within the Congress which is still wrestling with dissidence.   The Congress would issue notices to absentee MLAs Ramesh Jarkiholi, who was dropped as minister in the recent cabinet Read More…

Legal North India Politics

CAG unearths misuse of funds in thousand of crores during BJP tenure in MP

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) exposed financial mismanagement, irregularities, misuse of government funds, unauthorized foreign tours, and extension of undue benefits to distillers during BJP rule in Madhya Pradesh.   The then BJP government failed to ensure submission of utilisation certificates (UCs) on grants-in-aid of ₹18,080.10 crore, says the latest CAG report.   “Blocking Read More…

Social Supreme Court Women

Kerala Govt “51 young women list dharshan ” to Supreme Court made Hindutva elements fuming

The government of Kerala told the Supreme Court on Friday that 51 women of menstruating age had entered the Sabarimala temple since a landmark top court order in September 2018 scrapped the decades-old ban on such devotees from offering prayers at the hill shrine.   However public been made known just two women devotees of Read More…

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70000 Dance girls would get their jobs back Bharatiya Bar Girls Union Jubilant after SC verdict

Varsha Kale, the president of the Bharatiya Bar Girl’s Union (BBGU), said the Supreme Court judgment on dance bars has reignited hope that dance bars would be reopened across state and dancers would come out of a chakravyuh (spiral).   Others from the profession said that the verdict would weed out obscenity and exploitation at Read More…

Legal Politics Social

BJP functionary Dombivli businessman arrested for possession of 170 weapons Shocks neighbours

On January 14, Kalyan crime branch raided Tapasya House of Fashion at Mahavirnagar, Manpada Road in Dombivli. The shop is owned by Dhananjay Kulkarni, 49, the vice-president of the Bhartiya Janata Party’s Dombivli unit.   The arrest of a Dombivli-based businessman Dhananjay Kulkarni with 170 sharp weapons and airguns has surprised residents of the area. Read More…

High Court Life Style

High Court upholds imprisonment to warden for sodomy

The Bombay High Court on Thursday upheld the ten years of rigorous imprisonment handed down to warden a 24-year-old in-charge of Pune-based a boarding school for sexually assaulting students and indulging in unnatural sex.   Three students staying at a hostel run by run by Sant Nivrutti Maharaj Ashram had filed a complaint against Bansidhar Read More…

East India National Opinion Politics

Congress, BSP leaders attending Jan 19th rally sound the death knell for BJP : Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said the mega opposition rally being hosted by the Trinamool Congress in Kolkata on January 19 would sound the “death knell” for the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls and regional parties would be the deciding factor.   She also claimed that the BJP’s seat count in Read More…