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There is no proposal for scrapping Article 370, which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir, under the government's consideration, the Lok Sabha was informed today.
The scripted anthology series is based on the series of articles published by the Los Angeles Times' last fall about a charismatic con man John Meehan.
During the searches, the ACB officials also found bank balance of Rs 9 lakh, household articles, Rs 89,000 in cash and chit amount of Rs 33 lakh, a release said.
The apex court said that Article 19 of the Constitution which relates to freedom of speech and expression guarantees some of the "most important fundamental rights" to the citizens.
The world's leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries.
In a four-page letter to the Prime Minister, Togadia raised issues ranging from the Ram temple at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh to the ban on cow slaughter, repeal of Article 370 and 35A related to J&K.
Apple Inc will buy the digital service Texture, which gives users access to articles from magazines published by various companies for a monthly subscription fee.
The top court disqualified Sharif in the Panama Papers case last year under Article 62 of the Constitution for failing to declare a receivable salary as an asset.
The equity jurisdiction under Article 226 of the Constitution is not for aiding those who are guilty of making false claims to snatch the benefits earmarked for members of the reserved community.
Maulana Abdul Aziz of Red Mosque, better known as Lal Masjid, had filed the petition in December 2015 under Article 184(3) of the Constitution through his counsel Tariq Asad.
The 120-page document contains 168 main "articles" and several "protocols" in dense legal language covering a huge range of topics.
The Medical Council of India has raised concerns about thousands of doctors in the country using “shady” medical journals or plagiarised articles passed as original research work.
They also demanded stern action against stone-pelters and a provision to allow Army and paramilitary personnel to settle in the state by amending Article 370 of the Constitution.
In a scathing attack on CPI leader Kanam Rajendran, Prathichaya, the official mouthpiece of the Kerala Congress, published an article criticising the CPI and its leader.
With today's order, the portal will not be able to publish any article related to the businesses of the petitioner until the hearing concludes in a civil defamatory suit filed by him.