Three youths created a flutter in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly today when they suddenly jumped in the well of the House and raised slogans demanding implementation of employment policy. The three youths, who got the passes on the request of expelled BJP member Jagdish Raj Sapolia, leapt into the well from the gallery and were overpowered by marshals and detained.
The three Manish Khajuria, Sunny Malhotra and Ambedkar Gupta were holding flags of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Front, floated by Sapolia. Proceedings of the House were disrupted for a short while due to the incident. Speaker Mohammad Akbar Lone termed the incident as contempt of the august House and directed secretary of the legislative assembly to initiate proceedings against the
offenders including the abettor (MLA).
Lone said action will be taken against the youths as well as the MLA who had facilitated their entry into the House.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna on Tuesday said the state, reeling under floods and landslides, is going through a bad phase. He said Kedarnath was the worst hit by floods as thousands of tourists were stranded.
The Gujarat High Court asked the CBI to complete investigation in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case and file the chargesheet in the court by July 4, 2013.
Madras High Court has said if a couple in the right legal age indulge in sexual gratification, it will be considered a valid marriage and they could be termed as husband and wife.
Former UP minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya today gave his consent for a lie-detection test in connection with the murder case of Kunda DSP Zia-ul-Haq.
The CBI on Tuesday questioned Intelligence Bureau Special Director Rajinder Kumar in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case.
A police officer has termed as "media speculation" that late actress Jiah Khan's six-page letter does not match her handwriting
It's just a week for the Amarnath Yatra to begin in Jammu and the Shiv lingam has shrunk to half its size due to rising temperatures.