In the ongoing 'cash for query' case against Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Moitra, the ethics panel suggested expulsion of the MP. On November 8, the committee, in its report, described Mahua Moitra's actions as "highly objectionable, unethical, heinous, and criminal," emphasizing the need for stringent penalties. In a 500-page report, the panel said, Moitra shared her user ID with unauthorized individuals, received cash and benefits from… read-more
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The Supreme Court in its order has directed that the state governments of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi to ensure that crop burning is stopped, for which a meeting will be convened tomorrow. It also added that the local Station House Officer (SHO) will be responsible for it under the overall supervision of the Chief Secretary. The decisiion after the Delhi AQI worsened.
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rinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, who accused the Lok Sabha Ethics Committee of asking humiliating questions during a “cash-for-query” hearing, expressed her readiness to cooperate with the probe while stressing the importance of protection from misogyny and maintaining a standard of decency. In an interview, Moitra dubbed the ethics committee probe as a “political witch-hunt” and said the sole intention is to “suspend her” from Parliament… read-more
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Urfi Javed invited legal trouble as her fake arrest video went viral, following which the Mumbai Police took action. As per sources, the Mumbai police accused Javed of tarnishing the image of Mumbai Police with the fake video of arrest, which was circulated widely by netizens on social media. The video was viral with caption that Urfi Javed was arrested for her clothes, which was… read-more
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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate last month for his connection with the alleged Delhi Liquor Scam. The leader has now filed a petition in the apex court, challenging the decision of the Delhi High Court taken against him. The plea filing came after the Delhi High Court dismissed the plea of Sanjay Singh, challenging ED arrest.
Supreme Court Justice calls out on lawyers and asks them not to refer judges as "my lord" or "lordship.". "I'll give half my salary, if you stop calling My lord." said Justice Narasimha. He asked lawyers to use "sir" instead. This is to be noted, in 2006, the Bar Council of India had passed a resolution deciding no advocate will address judges as "My Lord" and "Your Lordship".
Biological Father Can't Be Booked For Kidnapping Child From Mother In Absence Of 'Prohibition Order':
The Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court has ruled that a biological father cannot be booked for kidnapping his minor child in the absence of legal prohibition and quashed the FIR registered against him by his estranged wife. n the absence of any “prohibition order” of any court, the father was a lawful guardian along with the mother and hence he cannot be booked for taking minor away.
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A recent lawsuit alleges that US-based United Airlines shows a preference for flight attendants with specific features and age groups on charter flights serving professional and college sports teams. Media sources confirmed, two United Airlines flight attendants claim in a lawsuit that they were passed over for the plum assignment because the players prefer a "certain look" of "white, young, thin women who are predominately blond and blue-… read-more
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) issued a summons notice to Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi CM and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) President, in the 2021–2022 Delhi Excise Policy Scam. As per the issued summons, Kejriwal has been asked to appear before the ED, for questioning on November 2. Earlier, the CBI questioned Kejriwal in the case, in which Manish Sisodia is the prime accused, and is in Tihar Jail, after bail denial.
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In a major setback to ex-Deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia, the Supreme Court rejected the bail plea in the 2021-2022 Delhi Excise Policy Scam. On October 30, the Apex Court reviewed the matter, and refused bail as per an establishment of money trail of ₹ 338 crores in the case. Furthermore, the court also ordered the CBI and ED to complete the trials in 6-8 months.