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    "The rising number of frivolous litigations is an area of concern. For example, the well-meaning concept of public interest litigation is at times turning into personal interest litigation. No doubt, PIL has served a lot of public interest. However, it is sometimes being misused to stall projects or pressurise public authorities,"says CJI N V Ramana.

    India today suspended tourist visas issued to all Chinese nationals. #India's move comes as a response to Beijing's reluctance to allow Indian students to return to China. FMCG and auto companies sensed the heat first. The slow burn of tapering demand from rural India. Now others are flagging something that few are prepared to talk about: rural India is suffering from declining real wages, spiraling inflation, high unemployment, and consequent rising inequality. We use data to flag the weakness in the rural economy, experts weigh in. For the first time, the AIPSC is being attended by police forces, units, social scientists, forensic experts and stakeholders along with the officers of the department of correctional administration, he said. During the event, papers will be presented on various themes, including policing during the pandemic, skills of investigators and aid of technology, law and order processes, human resource management and wellness, leadership mentoring and mental health stress management, and prison processes and good practices. casino app real money india The Kalva Padgha 400KV transmission line tripped around 10.15am leading to power cuts in parts of Mumbai region on Tuesday. Power cuts were witnessed in parts of Dadar, Mahim, Bandra and Santacruz amo... The active cases comprise 0.03 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate remained at 98.76 per cent, the ministry said. An increase of 1,093 cases has been recorded in the active COVID-19 caseload in a span of 24 hours. The ministry has proposed a budget of Rs 200 crore for the welfare of transgender people by means of providing them education facilities, developing their colonies with basic amenities and rehabilitating elderly members of the community, the sources said. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority(DDMA) had in its meeting last Wednesday decided to make masks mandatory at public places. Through an order on April 2, the Delhi government had lifted the penalty of Rs 500 on not wearing face masks at public places as cases were fairly under control then. The cases relate to South Mumbai residents, Dilip Thakkar, a reputed chartered accountant, and his wife Indira Thakkar whose father had set up an offshore trust having an account in HSBC Geneva --- the private banking arm of the British bank which has been in the eye of the storm for a decade, ever since cash-starved sovereigns have been trying get their hands on money lying in tax havens. Delhi has seen a jump of two to three degrees Celsius in the maximum temperature at most places since yesterday. Delhi's base station - Safdarjung Observatory -- yesterday recorded a maximum of 41.5 degrees Pitampura (43.6 degrees Celsius), Mungeshpur (44.1 degrees Celsius), Sports Complex (44.2) were worse., Two cattle smugglers with links to terror money were killed in an ambush by suspected terrorists in the wee hours on Tuesday in Kokhrajhar's Gossaigoan subdivision.
    The decision by the Haryana government has come on the day Uttar Pradesh made it compulsory for people to wear a face mask in public places in Lucknow and six NCR districts.
    Harsher conditions have been predicted for the country as the temperatures are set to soar in Northern & North Western India. The IMD predicted the maximum temperature may increase by three to five de...

    Schools in Delhi have a four-day holiday in view of Ambedkar Jayanti, which was on Thursday, and Good Friday followed by Saturday and Sunday.

    Jammu (J&K), Apr 15 (ANI): After being suspended for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Amarnath Yatra 2022 is set to commence on June 30 and will conclude on August 11, informed Nitis...

    "We will be holding a large-scale vaccination drive for those between the age group of 6-12 years, those up to 18 years, and those above 60 years of age (precautionary dose). Patients at the hospitals including ILI and SARI cases will be tested and if anyone reports positive their samples will be sent for genomic sequencing," Bommai said.
    ( Originally published on 2022-05-21 03:06:18 )