Daily Briefing: SC grants interim relief to Shiv Sena rebels; Delhi Police arrests Mohammed Zubair

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In Temporary Exemption for Shiv Sena Rebel MLAs, Supreme Court Extended deadline set by Maharashtra Vice President Naharari Zeroual To respond to notifications of petitions for disqualification from the Board. The Supreme Court said it had plenty of time until 5:30 p.m. on July 12 to send its responses and set July 11 as the next date for the hearing.

The political crisis in Maharashtra has raised the question whether the Shiv Sena rebels can avoid disqualification under the Anti-Secession Act. With the rebel camp claiming to have had the support of at least 39 MLAs, we explain 2 / The third rule in the anti-dissent law.

While Sanjay Raut was trying to rally Shiv Sena MLAs and the cadre behind Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, the Implementation Directorate issued a summons to MP Sena in a case relating to Irregularities in the Scholl redevelopment project In Goregaon in Mumbai.

In the face of rebellion within his party, Thackeray took the portfolios of the rebel ministers who were camped in Guwahati, Assam and Dedicate it to other cabinet colleagues.

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena’s rebel group led by Eknath Shinde has learned Planning for the ruler’s approachinforming him of their decision to withdraw support from the MVA and, accordingly, to take a word test.

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The High Court, while dismissing the appeals against clean slate to then Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others in the Gujarat riots case, said that it was underway to keep the pot boiling, obviously, for the sake of subtle determination,” and said “all those involved in such a violation of the process, He should be in the dock and proceed according to the law.” However, it was the Supreme Court that, through hearings and orders over the years, called for a “fair and impartial investigation” into the riot cases. Two cases were transferred – from Best Bakery and Bilkis Bano – From Gujarat to Maharashtra. That’s what The Supreme Court once said and did it.

Will the lack of clarity on policy and the gradual crackdown on cryptocurrency force Indian Web 3.0 entrepreneurs and developers to leave the country in search of greener pastures? With the UAE and Singapore actively promoting the ecosystem, The founders of cryptocurrency exchanges moved in India With families to these destinations in the last two years.

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Delhi Police Electronic Unit Muhammad Al-Zubair was arrestedCo-founder of fact-checking website AltNews, was charged with damaging religious sentiments after a complaint by a social media user who referred to a tweet from 2018. Police sources said the complainant in the case is Twitter Hanuman Bhakt.

India has signed an agreement with the G7 countries and four invited countries Resilient Democracies 2022 Manifesto In which they committed themselves to “protect the freedom, independence and diversity of civil society actors” and “to protect freedom of expression and opinion both online and offline.”

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In an effort to increase women’s participation in the gig economy, NITI Aayog has proposed financial incentives such as tax breaks or start-up grants for companies whose workforce is a third of women and people with disabilities. Key points in her report include:

A survey conducted across urban centers in India revealed that women are more likely to take up platform jobs after education and marriage.

🔴 Female participation in the labor force in India has remained low, ranging from 16 per cent to 23 per cent in the past few years.

🔴 The platform companies provide flexibility and choice of employment for all workers in general, and women in particular, and enable them to generate income from their idle assets whenever and wherever they want.

🔴 He also recommended that companies have a higher proportion of female managers and supervisors in the organization to ensure that communication with workers does not perpetuate gender stereotypes.

Another report, from the Ministry of Education, notes that as India entered the year of the pandemic, students were in about 61 per cent of districts in the country. Too little exposure to digital learning Because of the limited availability of computers, internet facilities and teachers trained to deal with technological tools in schools.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan He questioned the “silence” of Congress On the arrest of retired DGP RB Sreekumar and activist Teesta Setalvad by Gujarat Police a day after the High Court of the state government, then led by Narendra Modi, passed the 2002 Gujarat riots case. “Congress could have organized at least a nominal protest,” he said.

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Aditi Mutatkar, a former international shuttle player, remembers being embarrassed when the boys at her academy didn’t know why she had come to train for badminton, and she wore dark-colored shorts a few days out of the month. Now, with countless voices asking questions about The white-only rule at WimbledonRelentless even for female athletes in their period, the sport takes a serious account of its ancient traditions.

secret delhi: With the digital push targeting youth ahead of the successful Uttar Pradesh elections, a new mission – New India For Young India – was launched in Gujarat, where Union Minister Rajiv Chandrasekhar visited universities to tell students about government programs and schemes. The program aims to create buzz around new opportunities such as space and startups.

In today’s episode of Podcast “3 Things”In this article, we discuss how the sanctions against Russia were and why the AAP lost the last few shots in Punjab. We also delve into companies looking to invest in the Congress-ruled state of Rajasthan, and what they have to say about our economy.

till tomorrow,

Leela Prasad and Sonal Gupta

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