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Public apology issued for remarks against top Court: IMA chief tells SC

NEW DELHI, JULY 9: India's top Court on Tuesday was informed that a public apology has been issued by Indian Medical Association (IMA) President Dr RV Asokan for his alleged remarks directed at the top Court amid the ongoing case filed by the medical body against Patanjali Ayurved. A 2-Judge Bench of the Supreme Court, led by Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Sandeep Mehta, was also told that Dr Asokan has published the apology on the IMA's website and in its monthly journal. The top Court was hearing a case...
India

Anger over Kangana’s remarks may have fuelled the slap, but labeling it as terrorism is wrong: Punjab CM

CHANDIGARH, JUNE 10: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said on Monday that the CISF woman Constable, who allegedly slapped actor Kangana Ranaut, might have been angry over the BJP MP-elect's previous statements on the farmers' stir. Mann also ticked off Kangana over her remarks on "terrorism". However, he said this incident should not have happened. It was the Punjab Chief Minister's first reaction to CISF woman Constable Kulwinder Kaur allegedly slapping Kangana at the Chandigarh airport last week. Kaur was apparently upset with Kangana's stance on the farmers' protests. Replying...
North East

Manipur tribal women group seeks withdrawal of remarks by solicitor general in Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: A Delhi-NCR-based women's organisation of the Kuki-Hmar-Zomi community of Manipur has demanded the withdrawal of a remark made by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta in the Supreme Court where he had reportedly said that most of the unclaimed bodies of the ethnic violence in Manipur belong to those of "infiltrators". In a statement, the UNAU Tribal Women's Forum, Delhi-NCR, said the mothers of the Kuki-Hmar-Zomi community of Manipur, represented by the group, are "deeply hurt and appalled" by the remarks made by the solicitor general in the Supreme Court...
India

India doesn’t need lessons from other country: Cong rebuffs remarks of Chidambaram, Tharoor on Sunak elevation

New Delhi, October 25: The Congress on Tuesday said India does not need to draw lessons from any other country as many minorities have become the president and chief minister in the past, a remark seen as a rebuff to party leaders P Chidambaram and Shashi Tharoor who hoped "India will follow Rishi Sunak's example of electing a person from minorities to the top post." AICC general secretary communications Jairam Ramesh said respecting diversity has been India's hallmark for many years and cited the examples of Zakir Hussain, Fakhruddin Ali...
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