The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear pleas challenging abrogation of provisions of Article 370- which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, validity of imposition of President's rule and the related restrictions imposed in the state on Monday. A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices SA Bobde and S Abdul Nazeer will be hearing a bunch of fresh petitions.
India and Thailand are all set to organize Joint Military Exercise MAITREE-2019 at Foreign Training Node, Umroi (Meghalaya) from September 16 to 29.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Ahmedabad. He will celebrate his 69th birthday on Tuesday, September 17.
MK Stalin, DMK President, in Chennai: DMK to protest in all Tamil Nadu district capitals on September 20 at 10 am against central government's decision on imposition of Hindi language. The decision was taken at the party's high level committee meeting.
Union Minister of Petroleum, Dharmendra Pradhan: We have reviewed our overall crude oil supplies for the month of September with our Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs). We are confident there would be no supply disruption to India. We are closely monitoring the evolving situation.
One killed, five wounded in a magnetic Improvised explosive device (IED) blast that targeted university students in Afghanistan's Ghazni province.
Enforcement Directorate has sought three days further remand of businessman Ratul Puri in connection with Agusta Westland money laundering case.
India Coast Guard: Director General Krishnaswamy Natarajan was accorded Guard of Honour by Bangladesh Coast Guard on his maiden visit to Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Kerala Government freezes decision on new Motor Vehicles Act, to write to central government over fines.
Supreme Court has allowed senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad to visit his home state of Jammu and Kashmir to enquire about the well being of his family members. Azad, the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, will be allowed to visit Srinagar, Baramulla, Anantnag and Jammu during his visit. However, he will not be allowed make any speeches or hold any public rally.
The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir for release of National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah. Hearing the Habeas plea filed by MDMK chief Vaiko, the Supreme Court asked both the Modi government and J-K govt whether Farooq Abdullah is under any kind of detention. The top court has directed the Centre to present the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir on September 30. The plea was heard by a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and justices S A Bobde and SA Nazeer. Vaiko is said to be a close friend of Abdullah for the past four decades. He has said that constitutional rights conferred on the National Conference leader had been deprived of on account of "illegal detention without any authority of law".
National Conference leader and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah was detained under Public Safety Act (PSA) on Sunday night. The act allows detention for up to two years without a trial. The order came just before the Supreme Court was to hear MDMK chief Vaiko’s habeas corpus petition on Abdullah’s detention. The place where Abdullah senior will be housed has been declared a temporary jail, through an order.
After Manohar Lal Khattar backing for NRC is Haryana, Yogi Adityanath has come out in support of similar exercise in Uttar Pradesh. Adityanath is one of the prominent voices in the BJP that have called for NRC in their respective states. So far, Assam is the only state in the country that have implemented the National Register of Citizens. The Final List of the Supreme Court-monitored exercise was published online on September 14. Chief Minister Adityanath reportedly hailed the NRC scheme as a ‘brave’ measure.
The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir for release of National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah. Hearing the Habeas plea filed by MDMK Vaiko, the Supreme Court asked both the Modi government and J-K govt whether Farooq Abdullah is under any kind of detention. The top court has directed the Centre to present the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir on September 30. The plea was heard by a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and justices S A Bobde and SA Nazeer. Vaiko is said to be a close friend of Abdullah for the past four decades. He has said that constitutional rights conferred on the National Conference leader had been deprived of on account of "illegal detention without any authority of law".
The rupee tumbled by 68 paise to 71.60 against the US currency in early trade on Monday, as a sharp jump in global crude oil prices dampened investor sentiments. Forex traders said, market participants were concerned as the drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities has stroked fiscal slippage concerns.
Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) has initiated an inquiry after few players from Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) received ‘messages from certain unknown people’. BCCI’s ACU Chief Ajeet Singh says, “Some of the players have reported that they received WhatsApp messages from unknown people. We are trying to track back the sender of the message. We have recorded statements of the players.”
Sensex down by 198.16 points, currently at 37,186.83.
Gold and silver prices on Friday witnessed recovery, with the yellow metal rising Rs 70 to Rs 38,695 per 10 gram in the national capital, according to HDFC Securities. Silver prices also witnessed a gain of Rs 172 to Rs 48,400 per kilogram. On Thursday, it closed at Rs 48,228 per kilogram.
Boat capsize incident in East Godavari district: Rescue operations resumed at 5:45 am today with two helicopters and 8 boats. Gates of Dowleswaram barrage closed down and search is underway there as well. 11 people have been reported dead in the incident.
Troops of India and US training jointly on the howitzers and Chinook helicopters during their exercise Yudh Abhyas 2019 at Joint Base Lewis, McChord, Washington in United States of America.
US President Donald Trump will attend “Howdy, Modi! Shared Dreams, Bright Futures” mega diaspora event in Houston to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 22, the White House said on Sunday. The event is expected to be gathering of 50,000 people. “Howdy”, short for ‘How do you do?’, is a friendly greeting commonly used in southwestern United States.
Delhi Police have taken a father-son duo from the US into custody for flying drone near Rashtrapati Bhavan. They were detained on Saturday evening for allegedly flying a drone fitted with a video camera in Lutyens’ Delhi. According to a report in Indian Express, the incident took place on September 14 and the duo was taken into custody the next day.
British MP Bob Blackman on Sunday said India has a sovereign right over the entire Kashmir region and asked Pakistan to leave PoK. He was addressing a UK-based Kashmiri Pandit gathering organised in London.
Curfew was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar after prominent leader of banned Jamaat-e-Islami Ghulam Nabi Gundana passed away at a hospital in Punjab on Sunday after prolonged illness. He was also affiliated to the Hurriyat Conference. Gundana, who was a retired government teacher, had undergone a surgery and was spared arrest during a major crackdown on the JeI leadership on March 2.
Pakistan violated ceasefire in Balakote, Mendhar sector in District Poonch.