Without the law or the order of the court, Ram temple is difficult to construct in Ayodhya: Baba Ramdev


नई दिल्ली: अयोध्या में राम मंदिर के निर्माण को लेकर योग गुरु बाबा रामदेव ने कहा है कि संसद से कानून बनाए बिना या सुप्रीम कोर्ट के आदेश के बिना समस्या का समाधान नहीं होगा.

बाबा रामदेव ने अयोध्या में राम मंदिर निर्माण के मुद्दे को लेकर समाचार एजेंसी एएनआई से कहा कि सुप्रीम कोर्ट से विलंब हो रहा है. वहां से कोई मार्ग नहीं दिखता. एक विकल्प बचता है, संसद में कानून बनाकर मंदिर बनाएं. प्रक्रिया वैधानिक है.

बाबा रामदेव ने यह भी कहा कि बिना संसद में कानून बनाए या सुप्रीम कोर्ट के आदेश बिना जनांदोलन से मंदिर बना तो कानून-व्यवस्था बिगड़ने की संभावना है.

यह भी पढ़ें : अगर राम मंदिर पर कोर्ट में देरी होती है तो संसद में बिल आएगा : स्वामी रामदेव


हाल ही में राम मंदिर पर बाबा रामदेव ने कहा था कि यदि न्यायालय के निर्णय में देर हुई तो संसद में जरूर इसका बिल आएगा, आना ही चाहिए. बाबा रामदेव ने कहा था कि राम जन्मभूमि पर राम मंदिर नहीं बनेगा तो किसका बनेगा?

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उन्होंने कहा था कि संतों और रामभक्तों ने संकल्प किया है अब राम मंदिर में और देर नहीं. मुझे लगता है कि इसी वर्ष शुभ समाचार देश को मिलेगा.



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Supreme Court Refuses To Stay Sabarimala Women Entry Order, Asks Petitioner to Wait Till January 22


The two-month long annual pilgrim season at Sabarimala temple will start from November 17

New Delhi: 

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to put on hold its order ending a ban on women of menstrual age entering Kerala’s Sabarimala temple.

“Wait till January 22,” Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi told a petitioner who wanted the top court to suspend its ruling and review its September 28 order.

The judges yesterday agreed to review the order in open court and will take up some 49 petitions on January 22.

The Kerala government has called an all-party meeting today to discuss the latest court ruling and amenities for pilgrims at the Lord Ayyappa temple that has been off-limits to women in the 10 to 50 age group for centuries.

The two-month long annual pilgrim season at the shrine will start from November 17.

Since the historic court order, no woman under 50 has been able to enter the hilltop shrine because of massive protests by the devotees who believe changing the tradition would be an insult to Lord Ayyappa, a celibate god. More than a dozen women tried and failed to make it to the temple, even with heavy police protection.

More than 3,700 persons have been arrested during protests across the state.

 

 





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Court Reserves Order On Mining Baron Janardhana Reddy’s Bail Petition


Janardhan Reddy claimed allegations against him were part of a “political conspiracy”. (File)

Bengaluru: 

A court on Tuesday reserved orders on the bail petition filed by mining baron and former state minister G Janardhan Reddy, arrested in connection with a multi-crore ponzi scheme case.

Sixth Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate V Jagadeesh posted the petition to Wednesday for orders.

G Janardhan Reddy was arrested Sunday after a marathon questioning in connection with a money transaction worth crores of rupees allegedly linked to a ponzi scheme.

He was booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, and remanded to judicial custody till November 24.

When the petition came up for hearing, Janardhan Reddy’s counsel R P Chandrashekar submitted that his client had no connection with the ponzi case and he had not cheated any investor.

“The irony of this case is that the accused number one — Ahmed Fareed of Ambidant Marketing pvt Ltd — is roaming free on bail and my client (Reddy) has been sent to judicial custody,” Chandrasekhar said.

Ambidant is accused of cheating investors of crores of rupees after promising hefty returns on deposits.

According to police, Fareed has claimed that he had struck a Rs 20-crore deal with Reddy’s close aide Ali Khan because he was promised help by Reddy in connection with an Enforcement Directorate probe into the ponzi scheme case.

Chandrashekhar also submitted that the Enforcement Directorate had also been dragged needlessly by the Central Crime Branch in the case.

Reddy has claimed the allegations against him were part of a “political conspiracy”.

Reddy, a minister during the previous BJP rule, was arrested by the CBI in 2011 in an alleged illegal mining scam case and granted bail three years later.





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World championship is must in order to save test cricket: Hesson


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Over 100 Cases In Mumbai For Violating Top Court Order On Firecrackers


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Over 100 cases were registered in Mumbai for violation of the Supreme Court order on setting off firecrackers during Diwali, police said Saturday.

The Supreme Court had last month permitted sale and manufacture of low emission “green” firecrackers countrywide and fixed a two-hour time period (8pm-10pm) for bursting them on Diwali and other festivals.

The state home department had asked the police to implement the top court directive on firecrackers and ensure action against those violating the deadline.

More than 100 cases were registered in various parts of the metropolis against people who burst firecrackers after the 10 pm deadline, the police added.

Also, 53 cases were registered at various police stations against firecracker sellers for violating safety guidelines, a spokesperson of the Mumbai Police said.

In the first case related to violation of the top court-fixed deadline Wednesday, the Trombay police had arrested two persons for allegedly bursting firecrackers at midnight, a police official said.

The two, Shyam Khalidia and Sunil Pagare – residents of Maharashtra Nagar in suburban Mankhurd –  were next day produced before a local magistrate, who granted them bail, he said.

On Thursday night, seven persons were detained by the Marine Drive police for flouting the top court’s guidelines, he said, adding they were penalised and released.

A string of complaints related to violation of the SC deadline on setting-off firecrackers were lodged on the Mumbai police’s official Twitter handle and regional police control rooms, he said.





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Reform, Or World Peace May Turn Into World Order In Pieces: India To UN


The body is facing a crisis of performance, credibility, legitimacy, and relevance, Mr Akbaruddin said.

New York: 

Syed Akbaruddin, India’s Ambassador to the United Nations, on Friday called for a reform and reinvigoration of the UN Security Council, saying that if the Council is not reformed, renovated and includes multilateralism as a practice, world peace is likely to be replaced by a ‘world order in pieces’.

In a UN Security Council Open Debate, Mr Akbaruddin said that the Council is facing a manifold crisis of performance, credibility, legitimacy, and relevance. However, to blame multilateralism for such a dismal situation of the Council is not legitimate, he added.

Targeting the working methods, Mr Akbaruddin noted that even as the Council has formed an entire range of the subordinate bodies, the functioning of this ‘subterranean universe’ of subordinate bodies has become Byzantine. He also suggested that in the place of only five members having a veto on informal meetings, all 15 members should be bestowed with a veto in the ‘subterranean universe’ of sanctions committees.

In addition, as the task of promoting and maintaining international peace and security has grown more daunting, the Council has been found wanting, Mr Akbaruddin said.





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Donald Trump Signs Immigration Order To Ban Migrants Crossing US-Mexico Border


The plan invokes the same authority Donald Trump used to justify his travel ban (File Photo)

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he has signed an immigration proclamation, an order that would help effectively ban migrants who cross the U.S. border with Mexico illegally from qualifying for asylum.

The Trump administration unveiled new rules on Thursday to sharply limit migrant asylum claims by barring individuals who cross the U.S. southern border illegally from seeking asylum. People have to come into the United States at points of entry, Trump said before leaving for Paris.

The plan, which invokes the same authority Trump used to justify his travel ban on citizens of several Muslim-majority nations, is likely to be quickly challenged in court.

The Trump administration lost a court bid on Thursday, when a federal appeals court in California ruled that it must continue a program begun under former President Barack Obama that protects hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants who were brought into the country as children, known as Dreamers.

Trump said the ruling on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was good news because now the administration can appeal the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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To Kill Jamal Khashoggi, Highest Levels Of Saudi Arabia Government Gave Order


Jamal Khashoggi was murdered at the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

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The order to murder Saudi journalist and regime critic Jamal Khashoggi came from “the highest levels” of the Riyadh government, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday in a Washington Post op-ed.

“We know that the perpetrators are among the 18 suspects detained in Saudi Arabia. We also know that those individuals came to carry out their orders: Kill Khashoggi and leave,” he wrote.

“Finally, we know that the order to kill Khashoggi came from the highest levels of the Saudi government.”

Erdogan added that he did “not believe for a second” that Saudi’s King Salman had ordered the hit on Khashoggi, who was murdered at the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

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