Supreme Court’s Constitution bench to hear case today against mandatory linking of Aadhaar Number

Supreme Court’s Constitution bench to hear case today against mandatory linking of Aadhaar Number

A Constitution bench of the Supreme Court will start hearing the issue of interim stay against mandatory linking of Aadhaar with bank accounts and mobile phone numbers, on Thursday. Supreme Court will start hearing today a bunch of petitions seeking stay on the government`s decision to make Aadhaar mandatory for availing benefits under various social welfare schemes as well as its linkage to bank accounts and mobile phone connections.

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Dr Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi on Thursday. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, the complex is a fusion of Buddhist and present day architecture. It includes seminar as well as conference halls. He said it would be an important place for research on social and economic issues.

 Babri Demolition Case: Supreme Court set to begin final hearing in 25-year-old case

Babri Demolition Case: Supreme Court set to begin final hearing in 25-year-old case

The Supreme Court is all set to begin its final hearing in the centuries-old Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute on Tuesday, December 5. The case, which was back in the news recently after Art of Living founder Ravi Shankar`s mediation, has the history that dates back to the 15th century. Last month, the Shia Waqf Board proposed that Ram Mandir be built in Ayodhya while the mosque can come up in Lucknow.

Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi to step up poll campaign

Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi to step up poll campaign

In Gujarat, a total of 1664 candidates have filed their nomination papers for the second phase of the Assembly elections. The scrutiny of the papers was held on Tuesday. During this phase, 93 of the 182 constituencies will go to polls on the 14th of next month.

Supreme Court agrees Hadiya has the right to choice

Supreme Court agrees Hadiya has the right to choice

Supreme Court on Monday removed Hadiya from the custody of her parents and ordered that she be sent to her college in Salem, Tamil Nadu, to complete her studies. The College Dean has been appointed her guardian and, she is to be treated like any other hostel student.

Territorial Army jawan, abducted by militants dead; bullet-ridden body found

Territorial Army jawan, abducted by militants dead; bullet-ridden body found

An off-duty Army jawan was killed by suspected militants in Jammu and Kashmir’s southern Shopian district on Tuesday night. The bullet-ridden corpse of 23-year-old Territorial Army soldier Irfan Ahmed Dar, who had gone missing on Friday evening, was found in Wuthmulla Naad village of Keegam area of Shopian on Saturday morning, the police said.

United States: Pakistan should arrest, charge Hafiz Saeed for his crimes

United States: Pakistan should arrest, charge Hafiz Saeed for his crimes

The United States today asked the Pakistan government to make sure that Hafiz Saeed is arrested and charged for his crimes, following the release of the 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief from house arrest.