Venugopal cited the Official Secrets Act to disallow the defence ministry documents, whose photocopies were presented by Bhushan to back petition seeking review of the Supreme Court judgment on Rafale deal last year. read more
Resisting the stand of the petitioners, who want the court to take cognisance of the documents produced by them, the affidavit filed by defence secretary Sanjay Mitra said: “Petitioners are guilty of leakage of sensitive information, which offends the... read more
Thirty people were injured, three to four among them critically, in a powerful grenade blast around noon at the busy Jammu Bus Stand in the heart of the old city in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. One of the 30 people who were injured in the grenade explosion has succumbed to his injuries at the Government Medical College and Hospital. A police officer said the grenade had been placed under a bus.
Prashant Bhushan admitted in the Supreme Court that he made a genuine mistake in his tweets saying the government submitted fabricated documents on the appointment of M Nageswara Rao as CBI’s interim chief. read more
Experts say the sources of documents or information have not mattered in the past so long as such leaks were made in public interest or to bring to light irregularities in government transactions, and hadn’t been obtained for the purpose of espionag... read more
Arguing for the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, attorney general KK Venugopal said at an open court hearing that the “documents relied on by the petitioners in their review petitions were stolen from the ministry and should not be relied... read more
SC agreed to hear in open court petitions seeking a review of its December 14 verdict that dismissed public interest petitions questioning the 2016 deal India signed with France to procure 36 Rafale fighter jets and seeking a court-monitored investigation... read more
In the video, Kapil Mishra has delivered a monologue, seemingly calling for violence against “Barkha”, actors “Kamal Hassan and Naseeruddin”, JNU student “Shehla”, social activist “Kavita”, and lawyer “Bhushan” among others. read more