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Courts can ask states to compensate road mishap victims: SC
The Supreme Court has held that courts can ask states to compensate road mishap victims or their relatives if convict drivers are not capable of paying the compensation.
Parliament passes Citizenship Amendment Bill
Parliament on Wednesday passed a Bill to amend the Citizenship Act to remove disparity between Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders.
7,086 incidents concerning Indians abroad in last one year: Govt
There have been 7,086 cases of deaths of workers, imprisoned persons or other Indian nationals that have been reported by Indian missions or posts abroad during the past one year, the government said on Wednesday.
`India, China can make dragon-elephant tango possible`
Noting that development was a common strategic goal for both India and China, Chinese Ambassador to India Le Yucheng has said the two countries can complement each other's advantages to make "dragon-elephant tango" possible.
PMO among top `rejecters` of RTI applications: Report
The Prime Minister's Office is among the top public authorities to have rejected the maximum number of RTI applications received by them during 2013-14, according to an annual CIC report released on Wednesday.
250 pilgrims will undertake Mansarovar Yatra through Nathu La
The government on Wednesday said as per an understanding reached with the Chinese side, five batches of 50 pilgrims each are expected to travel through Nathu La for the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra this year.
Smeared with Holi colours, two BJP members asked to leave LS
Two BJP members on Tuesday entered the Lok Sabha chamber with 'gulal' smeared on their faces, prompting the Chair to politely turn them away.
Discussions going on over Imphal-Mandalay bus service: Singh
India is in discussion with Myanmar to start bus service between Imphal and Mandalay and a joint technical survey was carried out in January to finalise the route alignment, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh informed Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
Modi`s `Make In India` remains a slogan: Sudhakara Reddy
CPI National general secretary S Sudhakara Reddy on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make In India' campaign here and said the initiative was merely a slogan without any action plan.
Omar Abdullah slams ban on documentary, says it`ll be `counter-productive`
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday criticised the ban on a documentary film on the December 16 gang-rape which includes the interview of a convict in the case, saying such move would prove "counter-productive" as more people would now be curious to watch it.
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