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Tribune News Service Chandigarh, April 28 Less than six months after the Punjab and Haryana High Court brought an Additional Sessions Judge’s functioning under its direct scrutiny for the next two years, the Supreme Court has expunged the adverse remarks against the judicial officer. Acting on Judge Jatinder Walia’s plea, the Supreme Court Bench of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman asserted: “The adverse remarks against the petitioner in the impugned order will stand expunged. The impugned order is modified accordingly…” Admonishing the Judge for passing perverse and illegal order, the High Court in an unprecedented order had in December last year directed the Registrar (Vigilance) to keep a constant watch on the quality of...
Ali Zafar sends legal notice to Meesha Shafi over sexual harassment remarks; demands 100 crores or an apology The #TimesUp and #MeToo movements have taken over the world by storm. After Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and other big names from their industry were accused of sexual harassment at the workplace, women around the world have come out with their harassment stories. After taking down big names i...
Supreme Court stays proceedings against Salman Khan over remarks on Valmiki community While Salman Khan is already facing legal hassles from all sides, the superstar was dragged into new controversy during the promotions of Tiger Zinda Hai. Along with him, yet another star who was facing similar legal action is Shilpa Shetty. The two Bollywood celebs were summoned by the court for using the word ‘bhangi’ on different oc
CHANDIGARH: An order to expunge remarks made against the Vidhan Sabha Speaker is unconstitutional, Lok Insaaf Party leader Simarjit Singh Bains said in a letter to AICC president Rahul Gandhi and other party leaders. He alleged that Speaker Rana KP Singh was working against the stand of the Congress at the national level. “In the Lok Sabha when MP Bhagwant Mann’s remarks about ‘Mann Ki Baat’ were expunged, Congress leaders opposed it strongly and forced a review of the decision,” he said. In contrast, Congress leaders in Punjab had a completely different stand, he said. “I had raised the issue of destruction of Shivalik hills by a well-organised mafia. But instead of any reply or solution, I was not allowed to speak,” he said. TNS Bandh-hit industr...
NEW DELHI: Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Tuesday slammed Rajya Sabha member Naresh Agrawal, who started off his new innings in the BJP with a controversial remark by referring to actress and politician Jaya Bachchan as a "mere film dancer".
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Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty casteist remarks: Rajasthan High Court stays investigation Salman Khan, who was promoting Tiger Zinda Hai last year, was accused of allegedly making casteist remarks during the promotions on Shilpa Shetty’s reality show. Now, in a big relief to the actors, the court stayed the police investigation against Salman Khan. According to the reports, the case was lodged in Churu district. Rajastha
A "deeply dismayed" India had, on Wednesday, reacted strongly over the extension of Emergency in Maldives saying the manner in which the 30-day extension was approved by the Majlis in contravention of the Maldivian Constitution is a "matter of concern". Top India News- News18.com
Pawar's remarks are viewed as a bid to reach out to the estranged ally Congress. The NCP was part of the Congress-led Democratic Front government in Maharashtra that had won three successive terms before it was dislodged by the BJP in 2014. Top Politics News- News18.com