Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy sticks to allegations against judges; Files affidavit after CJI SA Bobde asks for “complaint on oath”
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister (CM) YS Jaganmohan Reddy filed an affidavit before the Chief Justice of India (CJI), SA Bobde in which he reiterated his allegations against Chief Justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court and sitting Supreme Court judge, Justice NV Ramana.
Reddy had earlier written a letter to CJI Bobde detailing his allegations against the judges.
The affidavit was filed after the office of CJI asked Reddy to make his complaint “on oath.”
Complaint on oath essentially means stating complaint in an affidavit so that the complainant can be held accountable if the allegations are proven to be false.
Private Doctor’s opinion can’t be accepted to determine medical fitness of police force aspirant: Delhi High Court
In the case of Priyanka vs UOI, the Delhi HC has stated that a private or other government doctor’s opinion which is contrary to that of the doctors of Armed or Police Forces cannot be accepted to determine the medical fitness of a police force aspirant.
The court has said that a contrary opinion of private or other government doctors could not be accepted as they are unaware of the demands of the duties of forces personnel.
Talking sarcastically, taunting daughter-in-law is wear and tear of married life: Mumbai court grants anticipatory bail to in-laws
Talking sarcastically and taunting daughter-in-law is part of married life and cannot be a ground to seek custody of aged in-laws, a Mumbai court said while granting anticipatory bail to the in-laws accused of cruelty under Section 498A of Indian Penal Code (IPC).
For those allegations, the custody of the applicants who are aged 80 years and 75 years respectively, is not required, the Court held.
Jammu and Kashmir High Court suspends Sub-Judge from service after complaint by Bar Association
The president of Bar association, Uri, Shamim Ahmad Chalkoo said that a complaint was lodged against Lone by the Bar Association a few days back.
In this regard, a preliminary inquiry was initiated against Lone by the Principal District and Sessions Judge, Baramullah.
The report pursuant to that inquiry was forwarded to the High Court after which the High Court decided to place him under suspension.
On first day of New Year, PM Modi pens poem to strike message of optimism, resolve
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday greeted the nation on the first day of the New Year and shared a poem to give a message of optimism and resolve to win over darkness and obstacles.
866 academics sign open letter to back farm laws
More than 850 academics have signed an open letter to express their support for three contentious farm laws.
CBI charges Shakti Bhog Foods for defrauding 10 banks of Rs 3,269 crore
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed an FIR against Shakti Bhog Foods Limited on the complaint of State Bank of India (SBI) for defrauding 10 banks to the tune of Rs 3,269 crore.
Protesters dump dung outside Punjab BJP leaders’ house, raise slogans against Centre
A group of people unloaded a dung-filled trolley in front of the residence of former Punjab minister Tikshan Sud in Hoshiarpur.
Renaming Aurangabad becomes new flashpoint between Sena, Congress
The Shiv Sena has been demanding that Aurangabad should be renamed after the Maratha warrior king Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj.
However, the Congress has put its foot down saying it will oppose any such move.
Flights between India and UK to resume from January 8
Flights between India and the UK will resume partially from January 8, Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Friday said.
800 cases disposed of in 2020 despite Covid-19, bank frauds an emerging challenge: CBI Director RK Shukla
CBI Director Rishi Kumar Shukla said the organisation was able to dispose of 800 cases in 2020 despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gunmen kill prominent journalist in western Afghanistan
Bismillah Adil Aimaq was on the road near Feroz Koh, the provincial capital of Ghor, returning home to the city after visiting his family in a village nearby, when gunmen opened fire at the vehicle.
Pakistan provincial govt to rebuild Hindu temple vandalised by angry mob
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan said his government will ensure that the Hindu temple is rebuilt without delay.
Well-preserved Ice Age woolly rhino with many organs still intact found in Siberia
A well-preserved Ice Age woolly rhino with many of its internal organs still intact has been recovered from permafrost in Siberia.
US blocked $63 million in funds of global terrorist groups: Report
The US blocked $63 million in funds of designated terrorist groups, including Pakistan-based outfits, as part of its crackdown on foreign terrorist organisations.
According to a report released by the US Department of Treasury on Thursday, the United States blocked $3,42,000 in funds of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), $1,725 of the Jaish-e Mohammed (JeM) and $45,798 of the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen-al-Islami.