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Daily Archives: August 6, 2018

‘Amendments will dilute RTI Act’

Srikrishna panel did not consult CIC: Acharyulu Corrupt government officials will be able to escape public scrutiny if the Right to Information Act, 2005 is amended according to the recommendations of the Justice Srikrishna committee on data protection, Central Information Commissioner M. Sridhar Acharyulu has warned. In a letter to …

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Help pass OBC Bill, Shah dares Cong.

BJP president says the Opposition party should make it clear if it supports backward communities BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday dared the Congress to clarify its stand on the amended OBC Bill in the Rajya Sabha, saying it would show whether or not the party supported the backward communities. …

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Valley in freeze; weddings called off

Protests over the move to scrap Article 35A have cast a cloud over the exuberant marriage season Fearing widespread violence, families in the Kashmir Valley have been cancelling weddings scheduled for Monday ahead of the Supreme Court hearing on Article 35A . Local newspapers and cable channels have been full …

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SC to decide who will hear J&K status issue

The Supreme Court on Monday will consider whether a Constitution Bench should probe the grant of special status to Jammu and Kashmir in 1954 under the aegis of the Jawaharlal Nehru government. The special status was bestowed on Jammu and Kashmir by incorporating Article 35A in the Constitution, by an …

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