Daily Archives: October 4, 2018

Enquiry at Madura.

Mr. C.B.N. Pelly, Deputy Inspector-General of Police who, I am told, came to Madura soon after the shocking occurrence of the 27th evening, and Mr. G.F. Paddison, the District Magistrate, have been for the past few days making departmental enquiries, jointly and independently, into the circumstances under which the Police …

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They entered India illegally in 2012

The seven Rohingya Muslims being deported from Assam had settled near Nagatilla area on the outskirts of Silchar after entering India illegally in 2012 but were picked up by the police that year. Officials said they wanted to return home in Rakhine province of Myanmar. All the seven are residents …

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Suit against Srirangam Municipality.

Mr. S. Rm. C.T. Ramasami Chettiar, a resident and banker at Tiruvankoil and one of the trustees of Jambukeswaram temple, has filed a suit [in the District Munsiff Court Srirangam, before Mr. K.S. Ramaswami Sastri B.A. B.L.], against the Chairman, Municipal Council, Srirangam, praying for a decree that his name …

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A dissenting view

The Sabarimala verdict couldopen the door to litigation on otherplaces of worship as well In Indian Young Lawyers Association v. State of Kerala , the Supreme Court by a 4-1 majority held the practice of the Sabarimala temple of prohibiting entry of women of menstruating age as illegal and unconstitutional. …

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NHAI rapped for not maintaining green cover along highways

The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday came down heavily on the National Highways Authority of India for not maintaining green cover along national highways. Rapping the NHAI for not implementing the policy to maintain a mandatory green cover along the highways, a Bench headed by NGT chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar …

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UN urges India not to deport seven Rohingya

Nations must ensure deportees’ safety: Bangladesh Speaker As India prepares to deport seven Rohingya “illegals” to Myanmar on Thursday, two UN agencies urged the government to refrain from doing anything that would endanger the lives of those it plans to deport. “UN High Commissioner for Refugees has expressed its view …

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Guterres lauds Modi for climate action

Pat for work on solar alliance and single-use plastic ban Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conferred the Champions of the Earth Award by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at a ceremony here on Wednesday. “In PM Narendra Modi, we have a leader who realises the issue of climate change and …

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Maharashtra moves SC against release of Navlakha

‘How can HC end house arrest when Supreme Court extended it for 4 weeks?’ The Maharashtra government on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court against a Delhi High Court order setting aside the transit remand of activist Gautam Navlakha in the Bhima-Koregaon violence case and releasing him from house arrest. The …

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