The big news of 15 March 2023, Top 10 headlines 15 March 2023, Breaking news of 15 March 2023
March of opposition parties on Adani issue stopped at Vijay Chowk
Today, 17 opposition parties jointly took out a march from Parliament House to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office to besiege the Center on the Adani issue but were stopped by the Delhi Police at Vijay Chowk itself.
Kharge bluntly, there is no question of Rahul apologizing
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge today clearly said that there is no question of apologizing for his UK statement.
Rajya Sabha proceedings came to a standstill even today
Rajya Sabha proceedings came to a complete standstill on Wednesday as well. The proceedings of the Rajya Sabha were started at 11 am on Wednesday, but soon due to the ruckus, the Chairman had to adjourn the proceedings of the House till 2 pm. Leader of the Opposition and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge stood up to speak with the permission of the Chairman when the proceedings of the House resumed at 2 pm. During this, BJP MPs shouted slogans. The Chairman (Vice President) appealed to the slogan-shouting MPs not to make noise, but the noise of the MPs did not subside. Finally, moments later, the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha had to be adjourned till Thursday.
In five years, the Central Government cancelled the FCRA licenses of 1827 NGOs.
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai told the Rajya Sabha that the Center has cancelled the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) registration of 1,827 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the last five years for violating the law.
Poster against the judge: Calcutta HC raps Bengal government for delaying probe
The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday rapped the West Bengal government for delaying the investigation by the Kolkata Police into identifying the people who pasted the defamatory posters on the walls of Justice Rajasekhar Mantha’s residence in Kolkata in January.
Ruckus in MP Assembly over OPS
In Madhya Pradesh, the opposition Congress created a ruckus in the assembly and also staged a walkout on the government’s reply regarding the restoration of the old pension scheme for the employees.
Foreign lawyers can now practice law in India
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has agreed to allow foreign lawyers and law firms to practice in the country in a restricted and well controlled and regulated manner on the principle of reciprocity, which is reciprocal to lawyers in India. Will be beneficial.
Delhi High Court’s decision: Living with a man is not a ground for consent to have sex with a woman
According to media reports, the Delhi High Court has said that a woman’s consent to live with a man cannot be taken to mean she is ready to have sex with him.
Rahul Gandhi’s new attack on the central government, said who controls Elara?
Amidst uproar in the UK over his statement and demand for an apology from the government, Rahul Gandhi today launched a fresh attack on the Adani Group and the government by questioning a foreign entity named Elara.
Lalu, Rabri and Misa Bharti get bail in land scam
Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court has granted bail to RJD leader and former Railway Minister Lalu Prasad, his wife Rabri Devi and their daughter Misa Bharti in a case related to the land-for-job scam.
436 personnel of central forces committed suicide in three years
436 personnel of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), Assam Rifles and NSG have committed suicide in the last three years. This information has been given by the Ministry of Home Affairs in the Rajya Sabha today. The government says that steps are being taken at various levels to stop this.
Rahul Gandhi’s mega rally in Karnataka on March 20
To counter the stormy election campaign of the ruling BJP, the Congress is planning a mega rally in Karnataka on March 20, which will be attended by Rahul Gandhi.
Indian professional boxer Neeraj Goyat will fight with Jose Zepeda in Mexico
Neeraj Goyat will return to professional boxing on March 25 in Mexico against Jose Zepeda with $120,000 (about Rs one crore) at stake.
Saina Nehwal withdraws from All England Open
India’s Saina Nehwal has withdrawn from the All England Open 2023, the reason for which is not yet known.
Lahore High Court temporarily bans police action at Imran’s house and security personnel retreat
The Lahore High Court on Wednesday ordered a moratorium on police action in Zaman Park till 10 am on Thursday, as police and other security personnel clashed with PTI workers outside the residence of PTI chief and former prime minister Imran Khan.
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