It is not a secret that Congress (interim) president Sonia Gandhi wants a broad-based alliance with Trinamool Congress (TMC) for the forthcoming elections. The bonhomie has been given the official stamp of approval. Even in the last elections – despite Adhir Chowdhury’s somewhat unfavourable comments....
The Delhi High Court on Monday sought response from Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi on an application filed by Subramanian Swamy regarding summoning of various documents and witnesses in the National Herald Case.
New Delhi (ILNS): Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel passed away this morning due to multiple organ failures, after having tested positive for Novel Coronavirus last month. He was 71. His son Faisal Patel announced his father’s demise on Twitter.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Supreme Court today told Republic TV Editor Arnab Goswami: “We are concerned about peace and harmony of the society. Nobody is immune from being questioned. We are not going to grant such immunity to anybody. We want an assurance of some sense and sensibility from you (Goswami).”
The Bombay High Court has suspended two FIRs registered against Republic TV Chief Arnab Goswami for his alleged proactive and inflammatory comment over Palghar Lynching and Bandra (West) migrants gathering incident while stating that No Prima Facie Case made out against him
A party to party agreement signed between the Congress Party and the Chinese Communist Party in 2008 when the Cong led UPA was in power has now become the matter of a political slugfest besides being the subject of a petition filed in the Supreme Court.
The war of words between the Uttar Pradesh government and the Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi showed no signs of abating as the state Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma hit out at the Congress leader over the issue of buses arranged by them for migrant labourers.
“Article 32 of Constitution of India entrusts the court to protect Fundamental Rights. Journalistic freedom lies at core of Freedom of Expression. India’s freedom of press stays as long as journalists can speak truth to power”, said Justice DY Chandrachud.