Hijab Row Live Updates: Supreme Court begins hearing Hijab row; Muslim women from Iran also hit street against Hijab

Hijab Row News Live: The Supreme Court started hearing on ban of education institution. SC on Thursday said, it is not the “interpreter” of the Holy Quran and it has been argued before it in the Karnataka Hijab ban matter that courts are not equipped to interpret religious scriptures. The apex court, which was hearing arguments on a batch of pleas challenging the Karnataka High Court verdict refusing to lift the ban on Hijab in educational institutions of the state, made the observation after a counsel for one of the petitioners said the judgement under challenge is touching upon the Islamic and religious perspective.

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India’s competition regulator approves amalgamation of Jio Cinema with Viacom18 Media

Sonali Phogat death case: Goa court grants bail to two suspected drug peddlers

Two of the five accused arrested in Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sonali Phogat’s murder case were granted bail by a special court in Goa on Monday. Ramachandra Mandrekar and Dattaprasad Gaonkar, who are accused of peddling drugs, were granted bail by the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) court in Mapusa town. Earlier, the same court had granted bail to Edwin Nunes, owner of the Curlies Restaurant where Phogat had partied hours before her death. Phogat (43) was brought dead to a private hospital in Anjuna on August 23.

US aircraft carrier to visit S. Korea amid N. Korean threats

A U.S. aircraft carrier is to visit South Korea this week for its first joint training with South Korean warships in five years, officials said Monday, in an apparent show of force against increasing North Korean nuclear threats. The USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier and its battle group will arrive at a southeastern South Korean naval base on Friday for a combined training meant to boost the allies’ military readiness and to show “the firm resolve by the Korea-U.S. alliance for the sake of peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula,” the South Korean navy said in a statement.
It would be the first such joint drills involving a U.S. aircraft carrier near the peninsula since 2017, when the U.S. sent three aircraft carriers including the Reagan for naval drills with South Korea in response to North Korean nuclear and missile tests, according to the South Korean Defense Ministry.

CM Adityanath temple in Ayodhya

Ayodhya resident builds temple for UP CM Adityanath with life-size idol, complete with bow & arrow and a halo around his head. The idol is clad in saffron robes.

West Bengal Assembly passes resolution against ‘excesses’ of central agencies in state

West Bengal Assembly passed the resolution under Rule 169 against ‘excess of central investigation agencies’.

Owaisi on 5 Muslim youth beard removal

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi alleges Hyderabad police for forcible removal of beards of 5 youths arrested u/s 151 in MP is custodial torture & a violation of Article 25. Out of the 7% Muslim population in MP, the population under trial is 14%, detainees – 56%. It’s discriminatory towards Muslims. Will the govt of India withdraw from all international human rights treaties & openly declare that they don’t believe in secularism, pluralism & diversity?

Delhi Police head constable shoot himself; succumb to death

Head Constable Manoj at Prasad Nagar PS died allegedly by suicide this morning by shooting himself with a firearm. He is survived by his wife, his daughter and a son: Delhi Police.

BSF troops found 2.570 kgs Heroin, pistol etc around Punjab border

Last night BSF troops heard the buzzing sound of a suspected flying object & fired on it, foiling the attempt to smuggle contrabands. On search 2.570 kgs Heroin, one pistol, one magazine & 8 live rounds were recovered, said BSF Punjab Frontier.

India & Nigeria in support of anti-piracy operations in GoG

Maritime Ops anti-piracy, assistance to vessels in distress, SAR drills, & anti-air & anti-surface operations enhanced skills for maritime interdiction and counter-piracy ops. First jt operational deployment by India & Nigeria in support of anti-piracy operations in GoG, said Indian Navy.

Thunderstorms with light to moderate rain to occur in Central-Delhi, Delhi

Thunderstorms with light to moderate rain would occur over & adjoining areas of isolated places of Central-Delhi, Delhi, South Delhi (President House, Lodhi rd, Aya Nagar, Rajiv Chowk, India Gate, IGNOU), South-East Delhi, Nagar, Nadbai (Rajasthan) & other adjoining areas: RWFC

London condemns violence perpetrated against the Indian Community in Leicester

High Commission of India, London condemns the violence perpetrated against the Indian Community in Leicester and has sought immediate action against those involved in these attacks.

CBI arrests North Bengal University VC Subires Bhattacharyya in teachers recruitment scam in West Bengal: Officials

Chandigarh University MMS case: Accuse sent to 7-day police remand

All 3 have been sent on 7-day police remand. Their mobiles will be sent for forensic probe. 2 videos have been found. One is of the accused girl & other is of some other girl. A boy was blackmailing the girl, said Sandeep Sharma, Advocate of the accused.

WB SSC Scam: ED seizes total Rs 103.10 cr in this case

ED has provisionally attached properties worth Rs. 48.22 Cr in the Teachers Recruitment Scam in West Bengal. The attached properties are found to be beneficially owned by Partha Chatterjee and Arpita Mukherjee. With this, total attachment/seizure is Rs 103.10 Cr. in this case, said ED.

Rupee settles 2 paise lower at 79.80 (provisional) against US dollar

Sensex climbs 300.44 points to settle at 59,141.23; Nifty gains 91.40 points to 17,622.25

Can Fin Homes’ MD & CEO Girish Kousgi resigns due to personal reasons. Kousgi will continue to function as the MD & CEO and discharge duties till the date of his relieving, company says

Price as on 19 Sep, 2022 03:40 PM, Click on company names for their live prices.

Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin arrives outside Westminster Abbey for state funeral service, reports AP

Justice T.Raja of the Madras High Court appointed as the Acting Chief Justice of the High Court, with effect from Sept 22

Chandigarh University MMS Case: Police arrests three people

Three people arrested in the Chandigarh University alleged ‘leaked objectional videos’ row brought to Kharar court in Mohali.

Punjab CM Mann calls special session of Assembly on Sep 22 to seek trust vote after AAP accuses BJP of trying to topple govt

UP Congress endorses Rahul Gandhi as the party’s president

Hijab Row: Petitioners weird logic gave citation of Pulwama attack

Anti-Terrorism Act sections removed from terror case against Imran Khan

Islamabad High Court orders removal of ATA (Anti-Terrorism Act) sections from terror case against Imran Khan for threatening female judge, according to Pakistan media reports.

PM Modi congratulates wrestlers Vinesh Phogat & Bajrang Punia

Amravati’s Umesh Kolhe murder case:

NIA seek more time from NIA Special Court to file the chargesheet. He said, the investigation is taking time so we need a little more time to file the chargesheet. Umesh Kolhe, who ran a medical shop, was killed in the Amravati city of eastern Maharashtra on the night of June 21. Police had claimed that he was killed for sharing a post supporting suspended BJP leader.

Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case:

Bombay HC rejectED bail plea of Delhi University professor Hany Babu.

OPEC+ missed oil production targets by 3.583 mn barrel per day in August: Reuters sources

West Bengal School Bomb Blast case Update:

West Bengal LoP Suvendu Adhikari wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah asking to take cognizance of the Titagarh bombing case in school and demanding an NIA inquiry for the same.

Nabana violence: State Secretary submit reports before Calcutta High court

Bypassing Western sanctions, Russia PSCB opens rupee account with Yes Bank

Yes Bank and Russia’s Petersburg Social Commercial Bank (PSCB) have taken the lead in facilitating rupee-rouble bilateral trade that seeks to bypass the US dollar, ensuring uninterrupted cross-border business with Moscow entities amid Western sanctions on the country. PSCB, however, doesn’t feature in the list of sanctioned banks. Read more here.

Resolution passed to make Rahul Gandhi as prez of Congress

Tamil Nadu and Bihar Congress Committee passed the resolution in State General Council meetings that Rahul Gandhi should become the president of the Indian National Congress.

Bengal Teachers Recruitment ‘scam’

ED attached Rs 48 cr worth assets “beneficially owned” by ex-minister Partha Chatterjee, aide in the scam. “In any financial embezzlement of this nature, the number of names involved in the proceeds collection process are less than the number of people involved in the distribution process. For any scam, it is important for the scamsters to keep in confidence the influential people in the political and administrative set up to keep the scam under the carpet.” CBI official told.

Hijab row: Iranian women take-off Hijab and burns in protest

Hijab hearing begins in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court said on Thursday it is not the “interpreter” of the Holy Quran and it has been argued before it in the Karnataka Hijab ban matter that courts are not equipped to interpret religious scriptures. The apex court, which was hearing arguments on a batch of pleas challenging the Karnataka High Court verdict refusing to lift the ban on Hijab in educational institutions of the state, made the observation after a counsel for one of the petitioners said the judgement under challenge is touching upon the Islamic and religious perspective.

Tamilians duped on pretext of job offers

CPI said workers hailing from Tamil Nadu have been duped on the pretext of job offers & forced into bonded labour in Myanmar. Urges PM Modi to take immediate steps to rescue them

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut to stay in Jail for 2 more weeks

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut’s judicial custody extended by 14-days. Hearing in his bail plea to now be held on Wednesday, 21st September. Chargesheet copy handed by ED officers to Sanjay Raut, following Court’s directive. Raut played a major role in the money laundering case related to Patra Chawl redevelopment and acted “behind curtains”, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) told a court while opposing his bail application. The Rajya Sabha member was arrested in the case in July and is currently in judicial custody. He has moved the special court for Prevention of Money Laundering Act cases for bail.

Delhi’s Gurdwara Shri Bala Sahib Ji visits PM Modi’s residence

A delegation of Delhi’s Gurdwara Shri Bala Sahib Ji visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence after the Gurdwara organised an ‘Akhand paath’ which started on 15th September and culminated on 17th September, on his birthday.

30 countries to participate Global Clean Energy Action Forum

Global Clean Energy Action Forum is perhaps the first-of-its-kind meeting where 30 countries in the world will participate. This is a subject relevant to industry, science and humanity. This conference will be held in Pittsburgh from 21-23 Sept, said Union Minister Jitendra Singh. Besides this, engagements of our joint delegation have been scheduled in Washington too where they’ll have detailed discussions with Chamber of Commerce & business leaders. Unless we keep industries onboard, just research won’t be enough to ensure clean energy.

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor met party’s interim president Sonia Gandhi in Delhi

Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal

Morgan Stanley expects 50 bps repo rate hike in next RBI policy meet

The Reserve Bank of India could raise interest rates by 50 basis points at its upcoming policy review, thanks to stubbornly high inflation and the pace at which major global central banks are hiking rates, Morgan Stanley said. “We were earlier expecting a 35 bps increase, however, sticky inflation and continued hawkish stance of DM (developed market) central banks warrant continued front-loading of rate hikes in our view,” Upasana Chachra, chief India economist at Morgan Stanley, said in a note. In the RBI’s monthly bulletin released late Friday, the Indian central bank said it will have to front-load its monetary policy to fight high inflation and shield medium-term growth. Inflation in India has remained above the RBI’s tolerance level of 6% since January.

Don’t know in what case they summoned. Agencies misused. It’s political vendetta.We’re 6 months away from polls (in K’taka).They want to threaten Oppn. ED office is BJP office. Scriptwriter in BJP office,execution in ED office.

– K’taka Congress MP& DK Shivakumar’s brother, DK Suresh

Elephants attacks farmer in Andhra Pradesh

A group of elephants attacked a farmer guarding the fields of Ganesh Puram in Ramalingam. His condition is critical and is undergoing treatment. Investigation underway by forest officials.

Police seizes 97,010 pills of Alprazolam, Tramadol pills from two accuse

Delhi Police West District Narcotics Squad has arrested two accused for supplying psychotropic drugs to Afgan national. Police team has seized 97,010 pills of Alprazolam and 6,600 pills of Tramadol pills from the two accused.

Congress reaction on Capt Amarinder Singh joining BJP

Congress MP Deepender Hooda said, “I believe this is a wrong decision taken by Capt Amarinder Singh. Right after the farmer’s protest, his decision of joining the BJP will not be appreciated by the people… There is no conflict among the leaders of the Haryana Congress.”

Fake VISA gang busted in Delhi; Four accused arrested

Delhi Police IGI has busted a gang involved in providing fake VISA and PR for several individuals. Four accused have been arrested in the case. 12 Indian and 7 Nepali passports, 35 PR cards & 26 VISAs of different countries, along with other incriminating material recovered.

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan addresses the media

Kerala Governor said, “It is a shame that state government revenue is primarily based on lottery and alcohol sales. All the attention of state government is focused on silencing voice of those differing with it. Even Raj Bhavan not spared.” He also released CM Pinarayi Vijayan’s letters to him on universities’ functioning. “We are living in a State where the convenor of the ruling front is banned from flying for unruly behaviour. They believe in the legitimacy of force to silence dissent, difference of opinion & liquidate those whom they consider their class enemies.”

“success will take a lot of time”: CCF founder

First gen reintroduced cheetahs may have to be monitored for their entire life and “success will take a lot of time”, Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) founder Dr Laurie Marker tells PTI. CCF has closely assisted Indian authorities in re-introducing cheetahs in the country.

Former Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh to join BJP at 4.30 pm with 15 others

ED to question Karnataka Cong chief DK Shivakumar

Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar reached ED office in Delhi. He had tweeted on September 15th that he has been summoned by ED in Delhi even as the Assembly session is underway in Karnataka.

Anti-probe resolution in West Bengal

TMC alleges BJP is miss-using agencies against opposition government.

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann reaches the residence of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Chandigarh University MMS case:

AAP MP Raghav Chadha on the Chandigarh University issue said ” We have done a Magisterial inquiry and have registered FIR. A forensic investigation has been done. The accused persons from Shimla are arrested. We are constantly in touch with students, the situation is under control.”

Chandigarh University MMS case: 3 arrests made; 3-member all-women SIT set up

Three arrests made,including that of a student and 2 others from Himachal. Electronic devices seized. Following CM’s orders,high-level probe will be done. 3-member all-women SIT will conduct investigation under supervision of sr IPS officer Gurpreet Deo, said DGP Punjab.

PSP Projects gets Rs 167.35 cr (excluding GST) project in Industrial, Precast and Residential segments

Price as on 19 Sep, 2022 12:11 PM, Click on company names for their live prices.

Kerala Gov shares video clippings of him being allegedly heckled at Kannur University event in 2019

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan shares with media video clippings of him being allegedly heckled at Kannur University event in 2019. Whatever happened with me (physical attack) in Kannur had happened in presence of many police personnel. In the video from then, you can see a senior political functionary, who’s now in CM office, preventing police from acting: Kerala Governor AM Khan, in Thiruvananthapuram.

Financial bid of L&T for Tumakuru Industrial Area, Karnataka underway

The bid amount of L&T is approximately Rs 950 crore for the infrastructure project. The project will develop underground utilities, roads and sewage etc.

Delhi Police to question actor Jacqueline Fernandez

The Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing will question Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez in connection with an extortion case linked to alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. This is the second time that she has been summoned for questioning by Delhi Police for her alleged role in the case, officials said. A senior police officer said Fernandez has been asked to join the probe at 11 am at the office of Economic Offences Wing on Mandir Marg. “We need to scrutinise certain documents and also question her further in connection with the case,” he said. Last Wednesday, Fernandez was quizzed for over eight hours along with Pinki Irani, who allegedly introduced the actor to Chandrashekhar.

‘Start respecting local languages,’ says Telangana Minister KTR

‘Start respecting local languages,’ Telangana Minister KTR tells IndiGo after reports emerged that a Telugu passenger was asked to vacate her seat at the exit as she reportedly failed to understand security procedures explained in English and Hindi.

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