Why is BCCI upset over ICC’s new event cycle?

The story so far: At the board meeting of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in Dubai on October 13-14, days ahead of the election of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the ICC passed a resolution to stage “one men’s ICC event year” for its next event cycle from 2023 to 2031, … Read moreWhy is BCCI upset over ICC’s new event cycle?

Green crackers’ market sees red due to low supply, lack of varieties

Only anar (fountain crackers) and phuljhadi (sparklers) are available,” says Janki Das, a firecracker seller to a boy and his father at Old Delhi’s Sadar Bazaar. In front of the shop, a cardboard notice reads: “We are not selling banned firecrackers”. “What about chakri (wheelers), bombs, rockets and ladi (garland crackers)?” asks the boy. “No. … Read moreGreen crackers’ market sees red due to low supply, lack of varieties

Ex-Hindu Mahasabha leader, appellant in Ayodhya case, killed

Two persons showed up and went straight to the first floor where Tiwari was waiting for them. Kiran was on the ground floor while their three sons were not present in the house. Kamlesh Tiwari, former working president of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha who had appealed on behalf of the organisation in the Ayodhya … Read moreEx-Hindu Mahasabha leader, appellant in Ayodhya case, killed

Willing To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

New Delhi:  The centre has offered to hand over 200 square metres of land in Delhi on which a Ravidas temple stood before it was razed in August on orders from the Supreme Court. Appearing for the government, Attorney General KK Venugopal said the decision had been taken to ensure peace and harmony. Should the … Read moreWilling To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

Ravidas Temple: Willing To Return 200 Square Meter Land To Devotees, Centre Tells Supreme Court

Supreme Court had said it respects everybody’s sentiments, but the law has to be followed New Delhi:  The Centre today told the Supreme Court that it is willing to hand over 200 square meter area to a committee of devotees for construction of Guru Ravidas temple in South Delhi. A bench of Justices Arun Mishra … Read moreRavidas Temple: Willing To Return 200 Square Meter Land To Devotees, Centre Tells Supreme Court

Express daily briefing: SC announces new postings minus reasons; Congress’ shift on Article 370; more

Top news on Friday morning. In a move aimed at bringing children back to school amid a shutdown, the J&K administration has announced the dates for year-end examinations from Class 5 to Class 12 in the Valley. However, the decision has left parents worried about security. “Who will guarantee their safety and security? How will … Read moreExpress daily briefing: SC announces new postings minus reasons; Congress’ shift on Article 370; more

In break from practice, SC announces new postings minus reasons

The statement added that the decision was taken to “ensure transparency and yet maintain confidentiality in the Collegium system.” The Supreme Court collegium signalled a significant departure from the two-year-old practice of publishing its recommendations to the government on appointment of judges along with reasons in a bid to ensure transparency. The collegium published Thursday … Read moreIn break from practice, SC announces new postings minus reasons

Last day of Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: Top developments

Fourteen appeals have been filed in the apex court against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment on Ram temple dispute. (Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) The last day of the hearing in the 134-year-old Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case in the Supreme Court witnessed courtroom drama after advocate Rajeev Dhavan, representing the Muslim Waqf … Read moreLast day of Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: Top developments

ED plea in Supreme Court against release of Tech Mahindra’s Rs 822 crore in Satyam case

PUNE: The Enforcement Directorate has appealed to the Supreme Court against a decision by the Hyderabad High Court which in December 2018 set aside the ED’s move to provisionally attach Tech Mahindra’s fixed deposits worth Rs 822 crore in a case related to fraud at the erstwhile Satyam Computer Services. Tech Mahindra had acquired the … Read moreED plea in Supreme Court against release of Tech Mahindra’s Rs 822 crore in Satyam case

CoA’s parting status report irks some BCCI members

In seven days and at the conclusion of the BCCI Annual General Meeting and Election of the nine-member Apex Council, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) will demit office. Submitting a three-volume eleventh status report, the CoA, comprising Vinod Rai, Diana Edulji and Ravi Thodge has petitioned the apex court to discharge them of their duties … Read moreCoA’s parting status report irks some BCCI members

“55-60 Mosques In Ayodhya, 1 Birthplace For Lord Ram”: Hindu Petitioners To Supreme Court

Wednesday is likely to be the last day for daily hearings, according to the Chief Justice of India New Delhi:  Muslims can worship in any mosque but Hindus can’t change the birthplace of Lord Ram, senior advocate K Parasaran told the Supreme Court today, as daily hearings in the political sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi – Babri … Read more“55-60 Mosques In Ayodhya, 1 Birthplace For Lord Ram”: Hindu Petitioners To Supreme Court

Ayodhya Case: Daily Hearings To End Tomorrow, Says Chief Justice Of India

New Delhi:  Daily hearings in the politically sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi – Babri Masjid land dispute will come to an end on Wednesday, the Supreme Court said today. Daily hearings had originally been scheduled to end on October 17. The court had resumed daily hearings in controversial and long-standing dispute on Monday after a week-long Dussehra … Read moreAyodhya Case: Daily Hearings To End Tomorrow, Says Chief Justice Of India

Want Babri Masjid Restored, Muslim Petitioners Tell Supreme Court

The bench led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has been hearing the Ayodhya case daily. New Delhi:  Muslim respondents in the Ayodhya case contended today that there was no claim for the title in the Ayodhya land by the Hindus until 1989 and want the restoration of Babri Masjid as it stood before demolition in … Read moreWant Babri Masjid Restored, Muslim Petitioners Tell Supreme Court

More curbs in Ayodhya as hearings end this week

The latest order prohibits the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the area without permission. (Express file) THE AYODHYA administration has tightened curbs imposed under Section 144 till December 10, with hearings in the Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit slated to conclude Thursday in the Supreme Court. Posting a copy of the latest order on … Read moreMore curbs in Ayodhya as hearings end this week

Ayodhya Hearing in Top Court To Enter Final Stage Today

The Supreme Court will resume hearing after a week-long Dussehra break. New Delhi:  The hearing in the politically sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute at Ayodhya will enter into the crucial final leg on Monday when the Supreme Court resumes proceedings on the 38th day after the week-long Dussehra break. A five-judge Constitution bench headed … Read moreAyodhya Hearing in Top Court To Enter Final Stage Today

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