New Delhi: There were long queues of vehicles at Sarhaul border on Tuesday night after Delhi announced night curfew. The border was barricaded. The police allowed restrictive entry, leaving several commuters harried.
Govt abolishes film appellate tribunal
Mumbai: The Ministry of Law and Justice has reportedly abolished the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal with immediate effect. Filmmakers and producers took to Twitter to express their disappointment. “Do HCs have a lot of time to address film certification grievances? How many film producers will have the means to approach courts?” filmmaker Hansal Mehta tweeted. — PTI
370 judicial officers shifted in Punjab, Haryana
chandigarh: Punjab and Haryana HC has shifted 206 Civil and seven Additional Dist and Sessions Judges in Punjab and 156 Civil Judges and an Additional District and Sessions Judge in Haryana. — TNS
Petrol costlier in Punjab after levy of infra tax
Chandigarh: With the levy of 25 paise per litre infrastructure cess, petrol and diesel have become dearer in Punjab. The cess would enable the state collect Rs 216 crore revenue annually.
Now, Waze targets Transport Minister
Mumbai: Suspended cop Sachin Waze on Wednesday claimed former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had sought Rs 2 crore from him to continue in the police and Transport Minister Anil Parab had asked him to collect money from contractors. — PTI
Naxalites release missing jawan’s pic
Bijapur: A photo of Rakeshwar Manhas sitting in a hut has been purportedly released by Naxals who are believed to have abducted the CoBRA commando after a gunbattle in Bastar on April 3.
National Covid recovery rate drops to 89.51 per cent
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