No insurance cover to persons suffering from congenital anomalies: High Court

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The Delhi High Court has asked the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) to “explain the reasonableness” of not granting insurance cover to people suffering from congenital anomalies.“What is the objection to giving insurance cover to them (people suffering from congenital anomalies),” a bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao asked… Read more »

In Jaipur ,Seven criminals arrested with illegal weapons

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New Delhi:-Seven notorious criminals have been arrested with illegal weapons from different locations in the city, a police officer said today. Based on a tip-off, a police team arrested Chhitarmal Kaatwa (30) late yesterday night from Phulera police station limits along with an illegal pistol and two live cartridges, DCP (West) Ashok Kumar Gupta said.The… Read more »

Delhi court Release two men of hijacking Indian Airlines flight in 1981

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New Delhi:–A Delhi court today acquitted two men, accused of hijacking a New Delhi-Srinagar Indian Airlines flight and forcing it to land in Pakistan in 1981.  Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Pandey granted the relief to Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh. According to the prosecution, on September 29, 1981, the two allegedly hijacked an Indian… Read more »

SC dismisses plea to make electoral offences cognisable

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New Delhi-The Supreme Court today dismissed a plea that sought a minimum punishment of two years for electoral offences, including bribery, false statement, undue influence, by candidates and political parties.A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Mishra refused to entertain a PIL filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay that sought to make electoral offences cognisable.“Heard and… Read more »

Judges of Delhi High court will contribute for Kerala floods rehabilitation

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NEW DELHI: The Judges of Delhi High Court have have decided to contribute for the rehabilitation of the people of Kerala hit by the devastating floods. The judges of the high court have decided to contribute voluntarily to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund. Besides the judges, the the Registry of the High Court would also contribute… Read more »