Most read stories on HT
The convicted MPs' ordinance, Arvind Kejriwal's agenda for Delhi assembly polls, and trafficking of minors are issues that our readers read about the most.india Updated: Oct 02, 2013 15:15 IST
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Ordinance on convicted MPs: Congress looks for a face saver
The ordinance aims to circumvent a Supreme Court order disqualifying convicted legislators by letting them stay in office while they appeal in a higher court. Read more
Delhi domestic help rescued but slave treatment is common
The assault on a 15-year-old domestic help who was rescued a day earlier with severe head wounds, bite marks all over the body and a badly swollen face from the upscale Vasant Kunj area in Delhi has put the spotlight back on trafficking of minors and the lack of a legal framework governing domestic work.
We are setting agenda for Delhi assembly polls: Arvind Kejriwal
His political rivals may have organised a multi-crore rally to lure voters in Delhi but Arvind Kejriwal — leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that took shape exactly a year ago on October 2 — is banking on a personal touch with a door-to-door campaign.
Did Gandhi and Jinnah almost establish a legal partnership?
Could Mahatama Gandhi and Mohammed Ali Jinnah have established a legal partnership in South Africa, 50 years before Indian and Pakistan were formed? Yes, it could have been possible, according to noted historian and author Ramachandra Guha who made the deduction on the basis of available literature and archival records. Read more