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ED summons Air Asia CEO Fernandes, executives in money laundering case

The ED probe is related to allegations that Air Asia tried to manipulate govt policies through corrupt means to get an international licence for its Indian venture.
The IGNCA is currently located at Man Singh Road

IGNCA could to be shifted out of Lutyen’s Delhi under Central Vista revamp plan

According to the proposed Central Vista plan, the IGNCA and nine other buildings, including Udyog Bhawan, will likely be demolished for the new common Central Secretariat.
Jammu & Kashmir DSP Davinder Singh | PTI

J&K govt strips suspended DSP Davinder Singh of gallantry medal

A govt order from the Jammu & Kashmir administration said the Sher-e-Kashmir Police Medal for Gallantry was forfeited given Davinder Singh's "disloyalty and conduct".
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Police showed ‘lack of interest’: What SN Dhingra committee report says on 1984 riots probe

ThePrint explains how the S.N. Dhingra committee was formed after ten such panels, and what its report says.
Delhi government schools

What the Delhi school education model is and why Maharashtra is looking to emulate it

Maharashtra govt has announced that it is set to adopt the Delhi model to improve the quality of education in the state's schools.
Protests outside Jamia Millia University on 16 December in New Delhi

Jamia Millia to move court to register FIR against Delhi Police for violence on campus

The Delhi Police had allegedly stormed the library on 15 December while looking for 'outsiders' who were involved in arson and violence during an anti-CAA protest outside the campus.
Students protest at JNU main gate

‘Protect India’s universities’ — Nature editorial says govt must step in to stop violence

Science journal Nature also criticises CAA, and says authorities must heed PM Modi's scientific adviser K. VijayRaghavan who said there's no place for violence in campuses.
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Detained Omar Abdullah to be shifted to house near his official residence

Abdullah is likely to be shifted as J&K administration plans to use Hari Nivas, where he is presently in detention, to accommodate a a central delegation soon.
Protests against the CAA have impacted the image of the Modi government | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Stung by CAA-NRC backlash, Modi govt plans mega publicity campaign to boost image

Less than a year after winning big Lok Sabha majority, Modi govt goes into ‘damage-control’ mode ahead of important state assembly elections this year.
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Before Sabarimala, there were only 15 nine-judge bench rulings. Here are 5 landmark cases

The setting up of a nine-judge bench is rare, and the Sabarimala bench is only the 16th in Supreme Court’s 70-year history.

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J&K Police DSP Davinder Singh, who was arrested for ferrying two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists | Photo: ThePrint Team

Not a lone black sheep: Why J&K Police, Army and CAPF will have more like DSP Davinder Singh

The arrest of celebrated J&K officer Davinder Singh, who was caught escorting two Hizbul militants, is a curious case. But is he the odd one out?

Do Modi-Shah risk losing another state by undermining B.S. Yediyurappa in Karnataka?

Since July, Karnataka CM B.S. Yediyurappa has not been able to meet PM Modi & Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss cabinet expansion, indicating a rocky relationship between them.


Asif Ghafoor

‘Twitter General’ Asif Ghafoor is no longer Pakistan military’s spokesperson

Asif Ghafoor has been sent to Infantry Division. Major Gen. Babar Iftikhar will be new director general of Inter-Services Public Relations, Pakistan military’s publicity wing.

Modi-Shah’s BJP govt has failed India’s youth and is now stuck fighting them

Six months after returning to power with a huge mandate, Modi govt is losing the youth — its most ardent voters who are now pessimistic, hopeless and even angry.