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Indian Bar Association files contempt petition-cum-PIL against Sanjay Raut, others for...

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Contempt petition filed against Sanjay Raut over 'relief scam' remark Indian Bar Association has filed a contempt petition cum PIL against Shiv Sena MP Sanjay...

Striking MSRTC workers protest outside Sharad Pawar’s house, pelt shoes and...

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MSRTC workers have been striking for over 100 days A demonstration staged by the Maharashtra State Regional Transport Corporation (MSRTC) workers outside the Nationalist Congress...

Zee’s share price surges 20%, hits upper circuit after Invesco withdraws...

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Invesco withdraws EGM requisition notice for ZEE’s board reconstitution On Thursday, in a statement, Invesco Developing Markets Fund (Invesco) announced that it has decided to...

CBI to grill Anil Deshmukh in Rs.100cr money laundering case

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Special Court grants CBI permission to question Anil Deshmukh The Special Court has granted permission to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to record the...

NCP leader Nawab Malik approaches Bombay HC seeking release from ED...

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Nawab Malik moves HC seeking to quash ED case; plea alleges arrest was Illegal Maharashtra Minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik have pleaded in the...

Where is Param Bir Singh? Maharashtra Govt tells HC that not...

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Tom & Jerry game between Param Bir Singh and Maharashtra Govt With hide and seek game between former controversial Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh...

RBI files insolvency pleas against two Srei Group firms in NCLT....

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RBI files separate insolvency pleas in NCLT against 2 Srei Group firms In a rare move in the Corporate world, the Reserve Bank of India...

Arnab Judgment – Supreme Court highlights the importance of liberty and...

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Criminal law does not become a weapon for the selective harassment of citizen In a landmark Judgment on Friday, Supreme Court in Republic TV Editor...

“Why would I kill my wife whom I loved so much?”...

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“Why would I kill my wife whom I loved so much?” - Cried the juvenile labourer whose 5 years' wrongful imprisonment could be avoided...

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