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Apologise to Sushma Swaraj or we will file defamation case: Nitin Gadkari tells Rahul Gandhi

Jul 24, 2015

Apologise to Sushma Swaraj or we will file defamation case: Nitin Gadkari tells Rahul Gandhi

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari threatened to file a defamation case against Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday unless he apologised #Congress #BJP #sushma swaraj #NewsTracker #Nitin Gadkari #Lalit Modi #Rahul Gandhi #Criminal
Living incognito in Hyderabad: How US murder convict Amit Livingston almost escaped

Jul 20, 2015

Living incognito in Hyderabad: How US murder convict Amit Livingston almost escaped

Changing his name to Sanjay Kumar, Mudalle Amit Livingston worked as a medical transciptionist with an outsourcing firm in Secunderabad. #India #US #NewsTracker #Hyderabad #Texas #Secunderabad #Criminal #Amit Livingston #Hermilla Hernandez #medical transciptionist
One killed as SUV crashes over autorickshaw after gang war spills near Gurgaon mall

Jul 15, 2015

One killed as SUV crashes over autorickshaw after gang war spills near Gurgaon mall

Unidentified gunmen opened fire at an SUV near bustling MG Road in Gurgaon on Wednesday morning. #Delhi #NewsTracker #Gurgaon #SUV #shootout #Criminal #Central Mall
Subramanian Swamy, Rahul Gandhi against centre on criminal defamation law in SC

Jul 15, 2015

Subramanian Swamy, Rahul Gandhi against centre on criminal defamation law in SC

Congress Rahul Gandhi and BJP's Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday came out in unison to assail the criminal defamation law before the Supreme Court which #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Jayalalithaa #Rahul Gandhi #Arvind Kejriwal #Defamation #IPC #AAP #Criminal Defamation #Subramaian Swamy #political speech
Supreme Court must show the way and strike down the criminal defamation law

Jul 08, 2015

Supreme Court must show the way and strike down the criminal defamation law

The Court must strike the imprisonment penalty in Section 500 down. The threat of incarceration significantly deters democratic participation and chills speech, and is not at all proportional to the harm that can be caused by defamatory speech. #India #Supreme Court #Apex Court #Criminal Defamation #Section 500
Google apologises after Modi's images turn up in 'top 10 criminals in India'

Jun 04, 2015

Google apologises after Modi's images turn up in 'top 10 criminals in India'

Google apologised "for any confusion or misunderstanding caused after Narendra Modi's images started appearing in image search results for query on 'Top 10 criminals in India'. #Google #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Modi #PM Narendra Modi #Top 10 criminals in India
Shocker: #Top10criminals search on google leads to PM Modi's image

Jun 03, 2015

Shocker: #Top10criminals search on google leads to PM Modi's image

Upon googling "top 10 criminals in the world" the second image that popped up was PM Narendra Modi's image. #India #Prime Minister #Twitter #Narendra Modi #PM Modi ##top10criminals
Twitter, YouTube and Selfies: This is how Modi built his post-Gujarat GenNext avatar

May 19, 2015

Twitter, YouTube and Selfies: This is how Modi built his post-Gujarat GenNext avatar

Modi, the most popular leader on Twitter after US President Barack Obama, has successfully used social media to shape his public image as a tech savvy leader, a new study has claimed. #social media #facebook #Twitter #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #NarendraModi #University of Michigan #Selfies #Criminal cases against Modi's ministers #Joyojeet Pal
Juvenile criminals aged 16-18 years in heinous crimes may be treated as adults after cabinet nod

Apr 23, 2015

Juvenile criminals aged 16-18 years in heinous crimes may be treated as adults after cabinet nod

A proposal to try juveniles in the age group of 16 to 18 years accused of heinous crimes under adult laws was cleared by the government on Wednesday. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Juvenile Justice Act #juvenile #Criminal
Court sentences ousted Egypt president Morsi to 20 years in prison

Apr 21, 2015

Court sentences ousted Egypt president Morsi to 20 years in prison

An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country's first elected leader. #Egypt #NewsTracker #President #Morsi #criminal-court