2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
don’t need state nod for CBI probe: SC New Delhi, February
The Supreme Court today
upheld the constitutional validity of courts’ powers to order
CBI probe without the consent of state governments but with a
rider: the powers should be used cautiously and sparingly.
The “new surrender
policy” for militants being drafted by the state and
Central governments is limited to Kashmiri youths only and
not for Sikh youths of the state or of Punjab, who had
crossed over to Pakistan, Home Minister P Chidambaram
categorically said here on Wednesday.
Home Minister P Chidambaram with CM Omar Abdullah while addressing mediapersons in Jammu on Wednesday.
Photo: Anand Sharma
warrants against Sajjan New
Delhi, February 17
Senior Congress leader and key 1984
anti-Sikh riot accused Sajjan Kumar could be arrested anytime now. A
Delhi court today issued non-bailable warrants against the former MP and
six co-accused after they failed to appear in court despite being
summoned during an earlier hearing.
Aamir quits copyright panel Sibal regrets, says people
shouldn’t go public with differences New Delhi, February 17
Union Human Resources Development
Minister Kapil Sibal today came out in support of actor Aamir Khan, who
resigned yesterday from the membership of the central panel constituted
to look at the proposed amendments to the 53-year-old Copyright Act.
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