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Election Tribunal to quash Poll if Candidate suppresses Crimes

New Delhi, Feb 05: The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered a significant judgment ahead of the Delhi polls against the candidates who have criminal records that the election of such candidate is to be set aside if he/she will not disclose the information about serious crimes while filing the nomination papers.

The apex bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice PC Pant said that if the candidate will suppress the information about pending criminal cases against him/her, the election is to be declared null and void by the election tribunal.

Defence Industrial Manufacturing corridor in Bundelkhand region: PM

Lucknow: Announcing a Defence Industrial Manufacturing corridor in the Bundelkhand region , Prime Minister Narendra Modi said potential coupled with P...

Rotomac Owner, Son Questioned In Delhi Over Rs 3,700-Cr Loan Default

New Delhi: Industrialist Vikram Kothari, the promoter of Rotomac Pens, and his son Rahul Kothari, are being questioned at the CBI office in Delhi afte...

No Chinese warships near Maldives: Indian Navy refutes Chinese reports

New Delhi: The Indian Navy has said there are no Chinese warships in the Indian Ocean close to Maldives. The clarification is aimed at refuting Chines...

Modi government opens coal mining for private companies

New Delhi: The Narendra Modi-led Union government on Tuesday approved opening up of coal mining to the private sector for commercial use, a major refo...