Jharkhand CM recommends CBI probe into Dhanbad judge death case

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Saturday decided to hand over the probe into hit-and-run case of Dhanbad judge to the Central Bureau of Investigation. An official spokesman said that the chief minister has recommended handing over the probe in the death of District and Sessions court judge Uttam Anand to the premier investigating agency. … Read more

South Africa v British & Irish Lions: second Test – live!

6.38pm BST18:38 55 mins: An odd, low lineout ball finds Wyn Jones before Harris gets a useful touch under a high ball. South Africa bring on Lood de Jager for the pugnacious Jasper Wiese – bringing another back-row titan onto the field. 6.35pm BST18:35 54 mins: It’s been a good second half for the hosts, … Read more

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? Not at Opus 40.

SAUGERTIES, N.Y. — The 6.5-acre bluestone labyrinth rising out of a quarry here is one of the marvels of the Hudson Valley, an artistic tour de force by a self-taught sculptor who spent more than half his life creating it with thousands of rocks, infinite patience and no cement. Opus 40, whose very name evokes … Read more

Carrie and Boris Johnson are expecting a second baby after miscarriage heartbreak

Carrie revealed she was pregnant and that she suffered a miscarriage earlier this year in an Instagram post on Saturday. “Hoping for our rainbow baby this Christmas,” she wrote, referring to a child which is born after a miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death. “At the beginning of the year, I had a miscarriage which left … Read more

Only 18 hours of work done in this Monsoon session

Parliament disruptions and frequent adjournments since the monsoon session began on July 19 have meant the two Houses functioned for only 18 hours of the scheduled 107, leading to a loss of more than `133 crore of taxpayers’ money. Government sources said the Lok Sabha has been allowed to function for about seven hours out … Read more

Centre’s neglect has cost states right to notify OBC list: Congress

The Narendra Modi government’s “negligence and lack of care” have resulted in a “blunder” while legislating the National OBC Commission, jeopardising the right of states to notify their own list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs), the Congress said on Saturday. Demanding immediate amendments to correct the flawed legislation, Congress MP and lawyer Abhishek Singhvi said … Read more