I'm a Chinese, not a terrorist: Huawei India CEO tells Delhi court
The CEO's comment through his lawyer was during a hearing on Friday, in connection with an Income Tax case. In the earlier hearing, the Income Tax Department stated that Huawei had a "willful failure" of providing account books and relevant documents during a search at the Chinese electronic company's Gurugram office.
24 Pakistani Hindus get Indian citizenship
Addressing all 24 individuals, Sanghavi said: "I welcome you all as brothers and sisters of this big country... hope like all of us here, you too will join the development motto, and we promise you all that we will extend Describing it as the happiest moment of her life, Kesarbhai Sankalchand, a 22-year-old Pakistani Hindu after receiving Indian citizenship support to you all for your growth and progress.
India at 75: Upper caste Muslims have kept casteism in Islam hidden for personal benefit, says Faiyaz Ahmad Fyzie
On the occasion of India's 75th independence anniversary, India Narrative speaks with Fyzie about raging topics like Hindu-Muslim relations, social harmony, the Modi government's relations with the minority community and why the Muslims do not discuss caste discrimination within the community as fervently as the Hindus discuss their own relationship with caste.
Naya Kashmir focused on good governance, self-reliance post Art 370
Under the garb of special status, few privileged families in J&K enjoyed absolute autonomy. They ran a separate country using the Centre's resources and taxpayers' money meant for public welfare. They even alienated Kashmiris from the rest of India with their divisive agendas. The total integration of J&K with the rest of the nation was necessary to achieve the Constitutional vision of 'Ek Bharat, Shresth Bharat'. Article 370 was a psychological and cultural barrier used as an excuse to create an identity crisis among the youth to control them better.
Vedic scriptures like Manusmriti give respect to women: Justice Prathiba Singh
"Manusmriti itself says that if you don't respect and honour women, all the 'puja path' that you may do will have no meaning," she said during a speech at a conference titled 'Challenges faced by women in science, technology, entrepreneurship and mathematics' held on Wednesday.The high court judge further said that we are lucky to be in a country like India which is progressive about women being in leadership roles. "I am not saying we need to ignore the violence and the bad things that happen to women at a lower level, but yes, at the higher level, at the middle level, we are seeing women growing," she said.
Coal smuggling: ED summons 8 IPS officers from Bengal to Delhi
Of the eight IPS officers who are being summoned between August 21-31, two are additional director ranking officials namely ADG of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and Special Task Force (STF) of the state police, Gyanwant Singh and ADG of state Intelligence Branch (IB), Rajeev Mishra.Two of them are deputy inspector ranking officers, namely DIG (traffic division) of state police, Sukesh Kumar Jain and DIG of state civil defense, Shyam Singh. The ED and CBI, which are conducting parallel probes, have identified Asansol in West Burdwan district and portions of Purulia district as the epicentre of the scam.
Delhi govt makes wearing of masks mandatory at public places, fine on violators
The decision was taken by the DDMA after noticing that people were not adhering to wearing of masks at public places. The district administration has been directed to implement the decisions which were taken in the DDMA's meeting held in April. "The DDMA after examining all the relevant facts related to the issue of penal provisions for not adhering to the Covid protocol of wearing of masks at public places, decided that whereby not wearing of face mask/cover in all public places has been made an offence, a fine of Rs 500 for not wearing of face mask/cover in all public places in Delhi will be imposed," said a Delhi government notification.