Supreme Court Bars Interns After Anonymous Threat Mail

Supreme Court Bars Interns After Anonymous Threat Mail

The Supreme Court has received an anonymous email threatening a blast, say the police. All law interns have been barred from entering the court for a month and security checks have been increased in the court premises since the mail, which came last week. Litigants who come to the court to consult lawyers will also

OROP row: Police action against veterans angers ex-service chiefs

Ten former service chiefs have expressed dismay at the government’s inability to settle the issue of one rank one pension (OROP) for military personnel in a letter sent to the Prime Minister, saying the imbroglio could affect the morale of the armed forces. “We would strongly urge the government to settle this issue expeditiously and

PM Modi on 2-Day Visit to UAE; to Discuss Terror, Trade With Top Leaders

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi today arrived in the United Arab Emirates on a two-day official visit during which he will hold talks with the Gulf country’s top leadership to enhance cooperation in key areas of trade and security. “Hello UAE. I am very optimistic about this visit. I am confident the outcomes of the visit