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Arvind Kejriwal moves Supreme Court to extend interim bail by 1 week for medical tests
Executive
Arvind Kejriwal moves Supreme Court to extend interim bail by 1 week for medical tests

Arvind Kejriwal seeks Supreme Court extension of interim bail by one week for medical tests in Delhi excise policy case amid ongoing ED investigation.

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New Driving Licence Rules: No need to take a driving test at RTO Executive
New Driving Licence Rules: No need to take a driving test at RTO

Individuals don’t need to take a driving test at a government Regional Transport Office (RTO), read the full article to know about the new driving licence rules.

Mere registration in absence of ceremony won't be valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act: SC [Read Order] Executive
Mere registration in absence of ceremony won't be valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act: SC [Read Order]

Hindu marriages require ceremonies, not just registration, for validity under Hindu Marriage Act, SC rules.

Paralympic athlete's application for license renewal raises questions on condition of Paralympic sports administration in India Executive
Paralympic athlete's application for license renewal raises questions on condition of Paralympic sports administration in India

Female paralympic athlete Jeetu Kanwar's application for license renewal has raised questions on the condition of paralympic sportspersons and paralympic sports administration in India.

Centre sets up high-powered committee to suggest measures to end discrimination against queer community [Read Order] Executive
Centre sets up high-powered committee to suggest measures to end discrimination against queer community [Read Order]

Centre forms committee to end discrimination against the queer community, chaired by the Cabinet Secretary, following a Supreme Court directive.

Remaining silent during an investigation is a fundamental right: Telangana HC [Read Judgment]

Telangana High Court has held that the right to remain silent is a fundamental right safeguarded under the constitution.

Karnataka Appeals to Supreme Court for Release of Rs 35,162 Cr Drought Relief Funds

Karnataka urges SC to compel Centre for Rs 35,162 Cr drought relief. Grave distress declared, citizens' rights imperiled. Delay decried as arbitrary.

Liquor Policy scam: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal files petition against ED summons in court

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal challenges ED complaints in money laundering case, moves sessions court for relief.

Why does SBI need more time to submit Electoral Bond details?

SBI moved Supreme Court seeking extra time to disclose details of electoral bonds encashed by political parties. However, ADR said that they would oppose SBI's plea. To know more about the latest upda...

Why did Nitin Gadkari send legal notice to Congress leaders?

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has sent legal notices to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and General Secretary Jairam Ramesh. Here's why!

Mizoram vs Centre: Fencing of entire Indo-Myanmar border

Northeastern Indian states are resisting India's decision to fence its border with Myanmar. Recently Mizoram adopted a resolution against the Centre’s decision to fence the India-Myanmar border and...

‘Made mistake by retweeting’, Arvind Kejriwal to SC in defamation case

Arvind Kejriwal admits to SC his mistake of retweeting a defamatory video in 2018, leading to a defamation case.

Assam Cabinet repeals Muslim Marriages and Divorces Registration Act, here's why!

Is Assam next in line to introduce the Uniform Civil Code? Why did the state govt make the decision to scrap the Muslim Marriage Act? Read the full article.

CAA or Sixth Schedule of the Constitution in Meghalaya?

Concerns of Meghalaya over the Citizenship Amendment Act have been addressed. Here's what Meghalaya's Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said about the implementation of CAA in the state.

AIBA cautions West Bengal about President's Rule over Sandeshkhali [Press Release]

All India Bar Association writes to West Bengal CM cautioning about demands for President's Rule over Sandeshkhali violence.

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