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SC to govt: Appoint lokpal at earliest, absence of LoP no reason to delay (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
Under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, which came into force on January 16, 2014, Lokpal was to be selected by a panel comprising the PM, the Chief Justice of India or an SC judge nominated by him, Lok Sabha Speaker, LoP and an eminent jurist to be selected by the first four members of the selection panel.
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Survey finds Karnataka the most corrupt state (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
Karnataka occupies the first slot in a list of states perceived to be corrupt on the basis of people’s experience in paying bribes for public services. The Centre for Media Studies survey, which covered 20 states, found Himachal Pradesh, Kerala and Chhattisgarh to be the least corrupt.
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Dhinakaran taken to Chennai, residence searched (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
Delhi Crime Branch police personnel led by Assistant Commissioner Sanjay Sherawat searched the residences of Dhinakaran and that of his associate Mallikarjuna, police sources said tonight. However, they did not state whether any seizures were made.
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UP school tells students to get ‘Yogi haircut’ (ven., 28 avril 2017)
A CBSE school in Meerut has come up with a set of bizarre orders for its Class I to XII students. These include asking them to get hairstyles like CM Yogi Adityanath, no beards because the school was “not a madrassa”, a blanket prohibition on non-vegetarian food and forced gender segregation.
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Mandatory Aadhaar will make us slaves: PIL in SC (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
"My fingerprints and iris are part of my body and I have absolute right over my body. The state cannot coerce me to give sample of my fingerprints and iris for getting Aadhaar,” the petitioner said.
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IPL 2017: Gujarat Lions beat RCB by 7 wickets (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
Aaron Finch's whirlwind 34-ball 72-run knock helped Gujarat Lions beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets in Match 31 of the Indian Premier League season 10.
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'WhatsApp users can quit if not OK with policy' (ven., 28 avril 2017)
“Those who find the new privacy policy irksome or violative of their fundamental rights, can quit. We’ve given full freedom to users to withdraw from Facebook and WhatsApp,” counsel for Facebook said during a hearing in the Supreme Court.
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Kalpit Veerwal first to score 100% in JEE Main (ven., 28 avril 2017)
Kalpit Veerwal became the first ever in the country to score 100%, or full marks of 360, to top the prestigious Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2017 for IITs and other engineering colleges in the country.
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Low cost? Delhi-Shimla air ticket for Rs 19,000 (ven., 28 avril 2017)
The UDAN scheme will see 128 unconnected-by-air city pairs getting flight services by September. Five firms will operate on these 128 routes bringing 31 unserved airports on the flight map.
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School students in Delhi to get legal lessons (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
In a first-of-its-kind initiative, schoolchildren from over 2,000 government and private schools across Delhi will get an opportunity to learn legalities from sitting judges, former judges, public prosecutors, psychologists, social workers and lawyers.
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File encounter death FIRs even in AFSPA areas: SC (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
The AFSPA provides immunity to Army men from inquiry by police for deaths and excesses committed during operations against insurgents and militants. The SC had blown up this immunity in a previous judgment and dismissed the Centre’s petition seeking review.
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Hackers can kill by tweaking pacemaker: US FDA (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
Medical devices such as wireless pacemakers or defibrillators that help maintain heart rhythm can be hacked into, just like your computers. Many Delhi hospitals are equipping their network with stronger features to prevent any such hacking incident.
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Consular access to Jadhav: Pak to decide 'on merit' (jeu., 27 avril 2017)
APakistan foreign office spokesman said that India had submitted a request for an appeal "which will be examined by experts." His statement differs from that of army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor who had said last week that Jadhav was a spy and consular access cannot be given to spies.
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Focus on small industries for job creation in J&K (ven., 28 avril 2017)
With the investments, the Centre hopes to revive products the valley is known for, like saffron, cricket bats, intricately carved woodwork, carpets, silk and pashmina.
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Deportee from UK to Mumbai turns unruly, offloaded (ven., 28 avril 2017)
As soon as he boarded the plane in London, the deportee reportedly started shouting: “I will kill myself. I will kill others on the plane.” Hearing this, passengers on the plane got scared and some even started crying.
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