"She and her loose tongue have set the country on fire and her irresponsible remarks shows that she is 'obstinate and arrogant," India's Supreme Court said during a procedural hearing on several criminal complaints filed against Sharma.
Tungnath Chaturvedi bought two tickets from his hometown Mathura to Moradabad in 1999 and was charged Rs90 instead of Rs70, the price of the fare. He was given a receipt, but officials at the state rail monopoly repeatedly refused him a refund.
The criminal defamation case was filed against Gandhi by a leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), after a speech during the 2019 general election in which he referred to the surname Modi and asked how all thieves had the surname.
India enters its 74th year as a democratic republic on Thursday. The 1950 Constitution vested in Parliament the power to make changes in it. The only condition it set was that the two houses of Parliament must approve the proposed changes by a two-thirds majority. A law providing for a certain kind of change will take effect
A Dubai court has approved an Indian court’s custody ruling which awarded a 37-year-old cosmetic surgeon the full custody of her two-year-old daughter.
The bewildering variety of India’s constituent units, in terms of size, political and cultural traditions etc, persuade the Constitution makers to devise a system which left room for each to practise democracy in a manner that suits its circumstance best. After a process of consolidation, which was completed in stages, now there are