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Justice must use technology to reach citizens: CJI

CJI DY Chandrachud. (PTI)

Technology must be used by the judiciary to reach citizens and provide justice as an essential service, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud said on Saturday. The CJI addressed the 18th Session of Chief Justices of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) High Courts in New Delhi on Saturday at the Smart Courts and the Future of Judiciary event. Continue reading

Excise Policy Case: Kavitha was grilled by ED for 9 hours, resubmitted March 16th

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday questioned Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Chairman K Kavitha for nine hours in its ongoing investigation into alleged money-laundering-related irregularities in Delhi’s excise policy, officials said. Continue reading

Kapil Sharma recalls PM Modi’s reaction when he invited him to Kapil Sharma Show: “Unhone na nahi kiya”

In a recent interview, Kapil Sharma was asked if he would like to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Kapil Sharma Show. Kapil recalled that when he met PM Modi in person, he asked him to appear on his comedy show. Kapil said the prime minister had not declined the invitation, saying his opposition leaders were “doing enough comedy” for now. Continue reading

BCCI reveals why Ravindra Jadeja beat KS Bharat ahead of Shreyas Iyer in 4th Test between India and Australia

As India’s batsmen continue to enjoy a field day against Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy Test 4 in Ahmedabad, there were a few surprising plays on offer. Ravindra Jadeja was promoted ahead of Shreyas Iyer on Day 3 in the batting lineup. But while it initially seemed like the move came from a temptation to get a left-right combination, the action thickened when there was still no sign of Iyer when KS Bharat came in on the fall of Jadeja’s wicket. Continue reading

Diabetes Diet for Navratri: Healthy Fasting Tips to Control Blood Sugar, Foods to Eat and Avoid

Is it OK for people with diabetes to do Navratri fast? The answer may not be the same for every patient, as some people control their blood sugar better than others. People with uncontrolled glucose levels are at risk of complications while fasting. Continue reading


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