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N eo-Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Supreme Court Chief Subramanian Swamy on Monday hail the ruling to release summary pretexts archived by three of the four convicted in the Nirbhaya Group Robbery and Assassination case, and said as an alternative statute, violators should be made to go through surgeries after which they cannot rob anyone in the foreseeable future. ª
Gandhiagar: Firebrand Gujarat Dalit campaigner and lawmaker Jignesh Mevani on Monday voiced his backing for Patidar guide Hardik Patel, who next Monday will start a diet to the point of dying to urge his call for bookings for his parish, but called on him to go for an indefinite'dharna' (sit-in) instead.
Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday postponed its order following a summation by the elderly lawyer Indira Jacising, who rejects a number of appeals in her ruling that seek an impartial investigation into the deaths of CBI special court justice H.H. Loya. An investigation was ordered into the murder of Prem Prakash aka Munna Bajrangi, a criminal who was reportedly executed on Monday in Uttar Pradesh's Baghpat county prison.
Calcutta: Union Finance Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday that the call for a uniform tax on goods and services (GST) was a "ridiculous proposal". Islamicabad: On Monday IMAN Khan swore to make Pakistan an Muslim charity state when he revealed his party's declaration that the "most viable" peacekeeping policies in the area were cooperation with India, also on the Kashmir question within the framework of UNSC resolution.
Nepalese and India officers on Monday reached an agreement on the early completion of a M&U for the preliminary "Preliminary Engineering Cum Traffic Survey" of the Raxaul-Kathmandu railway line. Kabul: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited the Afghan capitol on Monday without prior notice. On Monday, Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said the Indonesian authorities would draft a policy financing bill to curb bribery.
Pakistan's electoral committee on Monday discredited a Pakistani Tehreek-i-Insaf contender who used the images of Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and Chief Justice Saqib Nisar in his electoral ads and billboards, a pressreported. London: Boris Johnson stepped down on Monday as British Foreign Secretary in the midst of a mounting policy crises over Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit policy.
For New Delhi: The price of gold rose by 250 to 40,750 per kg on Monday after the decline by industry entities and mints in conjunction with fixed averages. It was established in cooperation with the Karnataka administration with the goal of promoting innovations in new discontinuous technology such as AI and harnessing the powers of information technology, Nasscom said in a declaration here.
Mumbai: The National Compa-nial Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Monday rejected Cyrus Mistry's objections to his dismissal as chairman of Tata Sons. Hongkong: Xiaomi, the smart phone manufacturer from China, lost almost five percent of its stock on Monday after the Hong Kong Stock Exchange went public at the lower end of its targeted corridor.
Mumbai: The U.S. currency exchange rate was up 30 pips to 68. 57 against the U.S. dollars in early trading on Monday, in the currency markets on the rise in the sale of the U.S. dollars by issuers and bankers in the midst of a higher opening of the country's stockarket. Mumbai: The Sensex index on Monday climbed over 200 points, while Nifty recalled the 10,800 mark for wide spread purchases of metal, cars, IT and bank tellers, amidst solid Asiatic signals and a stronger euphoria.