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    High acquittal rate as witnesses turn hostile: SC judge
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : Many of the accused in India are acquitted due to witnesses turning hostile, Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai of the Supreme Court said Wednesday.

    Xi arrives in Delhi
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in the national capital late Wednesday evening after a visit to Ahmedabad in Gujarat.

    Syndicate Bank case: Absconding accused surrenders
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : A court here Wednesday sent Purushottam Lal Totlani, the alleged middleman in the Syndicate Bank bribery case who was on the run, to two days' police custody after he surrendered.

    'Skill development leads to inclusive growth'
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi Wednesday said the dream of inclusive growth can be achieved only through skill development.

    Delhi gets second courtroom for kids
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai of the Supreme Court Wednesday inaugurated a vulnerable witness deposition complex for kids in the Saket district court here.

    Centre seeks suggestions on Real Estate Bill
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : The central government will discuss with stakeholders about the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013 before tabling it in the Rajya Sabha in the upcoming session of parliament, an official said here Wednesday.

    No woman feels safe in Delhi, says HC
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : While questioning the measures taken and the method of policing adopted by Delhi Police for the extensive 'crime mapping' exercise conducted here, the Delhi High Court Wednesday said "no woman feels safe in the capital".

    Woman's decomposed body found in Delhi
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : The decomposed body of a woman was recovered from her rented accommodation here, police said Wednesday. Police suspect the woman was murdered by her live-in partner.

    2G Scam: Court notice to accused on CBI plea
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : A court here Wednesday issued notices to former telecom minister A. Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and other accused in the 2G spectrum allocation case, on a CBI plea seeking permission to examine some more people as prosecution witnesses.

    SC asks Centre to give stand on online rummy with stakes
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : The Supreme Court Wednesday issued notice to the Centre asking it to spell out its position on the legality or otherwise of the online game of rummy and card games involving stakes.

    Uttarakhand Minister calls on Rajnath
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Uttarakhand's Minister of Prison and Urban Development Pritam Singh Panwar called on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh here on Wednesday to discuss the issues of home guards and civil defence volunteers of the state.

    D. Raja condemns separatists for hindering Kashmir flood relief ...
    New Delhi, Sept.17 : Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja on Wednesday deplored separatists for allegedly creating roadblocks in army rescue efforts in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

    SEBI extends timeline for appointing women directors by six months
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has decided to extend the timeline for companies to have at least woman on their board of directors by six months. The deadline has been extended from October 1 this year to April 1, 2015.

    Sad to approach court for my rights: Boxer Manoj Kumar
    New Delhi, Sep.17 : With decks cleared for boxer Manoj Kumar to finally receive the Arjuna Award, the pugilist on Wednesday said that he was sad to go to court for the award, but not wrong in fighting for his rights.

    Congress to hold CEC meeting for Maharashtra
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Congress leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on Wednesday said that the party will hold a Central Election Committee (CEC) meeting shortly to decide the allocation of seats in the upcoming legislative assembly elections in Maharashtra.

    Minor border issues shouldn't block India-China growth: Alok Bansal
    New Delhi, Sep.17 : As the government prepares to welcome Chinese President Xi Jinping to India, security expert Alok Bansal said Wednesday that minor issues at the border must not distract both nations from pursuing a path of growth and prosperity.

    Investigation crucial in Jadavpur University molestation case: Shobha ...
    New Delhi, Sep. 17 : The president of the women's wing of the Congress Party, Shobha Oza said Wednesday that it is extremely crucial to investigate the Jadavpur University molestation case, and added that the issue should be taken seriously.

    Kejriwal claims Gadkari has assured him that e-rickshaw guidelines ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal has claimed that Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has assured him that guidelines for the use of e-rickshaws will be formulated within ten days.

    Chinese President Jinping's visit will hopefully open up new chapter ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja on Wednesday said he hoped Chinese President Xi Xinping's visit to India will open up a new chapter in Sino-Indian relations, which will be good not only for the region, but also for the whole world.

    Police detain Tibetans protesting against Chinese President Jinping's ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Delhi Police on Wednesday detained Tibetan Youth Congress protesters who were agitating against Chinese President Xi Jinping's three- day visit to India beginning from today. They were protesting outside the Chinese Embassy here.

    Bypoll Results: BJP to introspect and prepare for forthcoming polls
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : After achieving less than the desired results in bypolls held across 10 states, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Sambit Patra said here on Wednesday that the party will introspect on the results and will address the problems at the ground level.

    Illegal arms: SC questions Centre over Army officers' misconduct
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : The Supreme Court has questioned the Centre over why the departmental action cannot be initiated for the misconduct against the top ranking Army officers, who have pleaded guilty and were let off with minor punishment for their involvement in the illegal sale of arms.

    Want to contest on more seats due to better LS poll performance: NCP
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Wednesday said that the NCP wants to contest from more number of seats in the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls because his party performed better than the Congress in the Lok Sabha elections.

    Want to contest on more seats due to better LS poll performance: NCP
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Wednesday said that the NCP wants to contest from more number of seats in the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls because his party performed better than the Congress in the Lok Sabha elections.

    BJP presses Mamata to ensure safety of women in West Bengal
    New Delhi, Sept.17 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Siddharth Nath Singh on Wednesday exhorted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to ensure women's safety in the state.

    Morale of Shiv Sena high because of bypoll results: NCP
    New Delhi, Sept.17 : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Wednesday said that the morale of Uddhav Thackeray and Shiv Sena is high because it has become evident from the bypoll results that the 'BJP wave' isn't there anymore. He also said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is ...

    SC pulls up centre, states for casual attitude in tackling female ...
    New Delhi, Sept.17 : The Supreme Court has criticised the centre and the states for showing sloppy in checking the female foeticide in the country.

    India, Vietnam have infinite opportunities of mutual co-operation: ...
    New Delhi, Sept.17 : President Pranab Mukherjee has exuded confidence that the strategic partnership between India and Vietnam will touch new heights as the two countries have infinite opportunities of mutual co-operation.

    Girl child campaign will solve skewed sex ratio: Maneka Gandhi
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi, who unveiled the logo of girl child campaign 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' (Save girl, educate girl) here on Wednesday, said the programme will help sort out skewed sex ratio in 100 villages and produce desired results ...

    Coach, gymnast booked for sexual harassment: Sports Ministry orders ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 17 : With a woman gymnast alleging that a coach and an international level player passed obscene comments and made vulgar gestures at her during practice sessions at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Union Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday said that ...

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