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Former SC judge Markandey Katju, who stirred a controversy by levelling allegations against three ex-CJI on the issue of an alleged corrupt judge, came under criticism from legal luminaries.
The BJP government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday pitched for \"improving\" the system of judges` appointment as the controversy over corruption in the judiciary continued to disrupt
BJP`s National Council is likely to meet on August 9 to ratify the appointment of Amit Shah as the party president.
CBI has not been able to establish any link between Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh and manufacturer of Tatra trucks on whose behalf he has been accused of offering bribe to the then Army Chief Gen
Prime Minister Narendra Modi \"should show his face in parliament at least once a week\", Congress leader in the Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said Tuesday.
The delay in allocation of seats in the newly-elected Lok Sabha came in for criticism on Tuesday with a member saying the representatives of the people had become \"nomadic tribes\".
Admitting to presence of widespread nexus between doctors and diagnostic centres to fleece patients, Harsh Vardhan said acceptance of commission by doctors was violative of the medical code.
Government should consider reducing the rail passenger fares as they were on the higher side, an NDA constituent said in the Rajya Sabha Tuesday.
PIL in SC over Katju`s claim  (22 July 08:48 pm) 
A PIL on Tuesday sought a Supreme Court-monitored probe into the allegations of improper conduct made against three former Chief Justices of India by one of its former judges Markandey Katju before
Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju, who stirred a controversy by levelling allegations against three ex-Chief Justices of India on the issue of an alleged corrupt judge, on Tuesday came under
There are intelligence inputs which suggest threat of terrorist attacks on Amarnath pilgrims, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
A New York-based Sikh rights group, which had earlier campaigned against Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh, has launched an online petition campaign urging President Barack Obama to
Chief Election Commissioner VS Sampath on Tuesday said clubbing Jharkhand assembly polls with Haryana, Maharashtra and Jammu & Kashmir is a difficult task following monsoon and festivals in the state
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday wished all Indian athletes for the Commonwealth Games and said that he was sure they would do the nation proud.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh is of the view that time has come to do away with the colonial idea of having a separate Budget for Railways as it accounts for just six per cent of the total government
Government on Tuesday said a Special Investigation Team has been constituted to investigate the death of Manipuri youth Akha Salouni in Delhi.
Many Indian languages have become threatened and even endangered under the pressure of globalization, the Centre told the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Multilingual helpline for tourists  (22 July 06:48 pm) 
Government will be setting up a multilingual helpline by March next year to provide tourism related information and local assistance to foreigners visiting the country.
\"Nefarious\" practices are thriving in the medical sector and the patient needs to be protected from them, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan told parliament Tuesday.
Two Indians found dead in Oman  (22 July 06:48 pm) 
Two Indians were found dead under mysterious circumstances in Oman, a media report said Tuesday.
The sanctioned and actual strength of police personnel at all-India level per one lakh population is 181.47 and 136.42 respectively, the Lok Sabha was told on Tuesday.
While the allegations of corruption in judiciary made by ex-Supreme Court Justice Markandey Katju continues to raise the political temperature of the country, former prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh
Holding hoarders responsible for the recent spurt in food prices, the government plans to amend the Essential Commodities Act to make hoarding a non-bailable offence and setting up special courts to
The new National Policy for Senior Citizens is under finalisation, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
No plans to review AFSPA: Govt  (22 July 05:49 pm) 
Government has no plans to review the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.