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Don’t address Supreme Court judges as ‘Your Honour’: CJI to petitioner
Judges of the Supreme Court are not to be addressed as “Your Honour”, said Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde on Tuesday, explaining that such salutation befits judges of the Supreme Court of the United States or the magistrate courts in our country. Read more
Kohli's response to question on breaking Dhoni's captaincy record is a winner
Virat Kohli is destined to go down in history as a man with plethora of individual and captaincy record. A win in the third Test against England will make him the most successful Indian Test captain at home. Read more
Kangana Ranaut says she turned down 'item songs' by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Farah Khan; lashes out at 'B-grade hyenas'
Actor Kangana Ranaut has said that she turned down 'item numbers' in films by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Farah Khan. Read more
Tara Sutaria plays perfect white bride in ₹3lakh lehenga for her 'new chapter'
Tara Sutaria and white are a match made in heaven, and the Student of the Year 2 actor is often seen in the angelic colour, be it Indian wear or western wear. Read more
Alert cop saves woman from being crushed under train at Lucknow. Watch
An alert constable is being hailed as a hero after a video of her saving a passenger from being crushed under a moving train was shared online. The video was posted on the official Twitter profile of the Ministry of Railways. Read more
Petrol, diesel prices: 'PM Modi coward' says Congress; minister explains taxes
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a 'coward' for refusing to take responsibility for the high fuel prices, and instead blaming previous governments. Watch here
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- Here are today’s top news, analysis, and opinion. Know all about the latest news and other news updates from Hindustan Times.