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Hasan Ali Khan produced in court

Vada paav and ordinary tap water… it was a long way from luxury and home for Pune-based stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khan, who was produced in court Tuesday after his arrest in the early hours of the morning and then sent to hospital following complaints of uneasiness. Khan, who is said to have stashed […] Continue reading Hasan Ali Khan produced in court

Hours after his arrest late Monday, Pune-based stud farm owner and allegedly India’s biggest tax evader Hasan Ali Khan will be presented before a magistrate court here Tuesday afternoon, officials said. As the Enforcement Directorate (ED) made preparations to take him to court, Khan complained of breathlessness and chest pain and was rushed to the […] Continue reading Hasan Ali to be presented in court Tuesday

MBBS entrance test4The Supreme Court Monday paved the way for implementing the Medical Council of India (MCI) notification providing for common entrance test for undergraduate medical courses leading to the award of MBBS degrees. An apex court bench of Justice R.V. Raveendran and Justice A.K. Patnaik, while giving the go ahead to the MCI, said that anyone […] Continue reading Apex court nod for common MBBS entrance test

Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court Monday rejected a petition for the mercy killing of Aruna Shanbaug, who has been in a “persistent vegitative state” for the past 37 years after being sodomised by a hospital sweeper but permitted passive euthanasia subject to a declaration by a high court to this effect. An apex court bench of Justice […] Continue reading Aruna Shanbaug to live, says Supreme Court

There has been no wrongdoing in the allocation of second generation (2G) spectrum, the government told the Supreme Court Thursday. Attorney General G. Vahanvati told judges G.S. Singhvi and Asok Kumar Ganguly that everything in the allocation of 2G licences was in conformity with the then national telecom policy. Vahanvati said that in the grant […] Continue reading No wrongdoing in 2G case, government to court