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Hijab Ban Row News LIVE Updates: Supreme Court reserves judgment on petitions challenging Karnataka High Court

Hijab Ban Row News LIVE Updates: Supreme Court reserves judgment on petitions challenging Karnataka High Court


Hijab Ban Row News LIVE: The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions challenging the Karnataka High Court judgement refusing to lift the ban on hijab in educational institutions of the state.
On March 15, the high court had dismissed petitions filed by a section of Muslim students from the Government Pre-University Girls College in Udupi seeking permission to wear hijab inside the classroom, saying it is not a part of the essential religious practice in Islamic faith.
The state government had, by its order of February 5, 2022, banned wearing clothes that disturb equality, integrity, and public order in schools and colleges.

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Rupee tanks 99 paise to close at all-time low of 80.95 (provisional) against US dollar

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SC appoints Justice L Nageswara Rao to conduct elections of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA)

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106 PFI members arrested so far in multiple raids across 11 states

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SC disposes of Daiichi’s plea in Fortis case

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Congress presidential polls

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Rupee hits fresh record low

It opened at 80.28/$ vs Wednesday’s close of 79.98/$ and touched the lowest level of 80.45/$. Dollar climbed to a 20-year peak.

SpiceJet announces 20% salary hike for pilots from October

Budget carrier SpiceJet has announced a 20% salary hike for pilots from October, ETNow reported on Thursday. SpiceJet reportedly received the first tranche of Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) payment of around Rs 125 crore last week. The Gurugram-headquartered airline recently decided to place certain pilots on leave without pay (LWP) for a period of three months, as a temporary measure to rationalise costs.

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann holds a meeting with AAP MLAs in the state Assembly

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Comedian Sunil Pal condoles Raju Srivastava’s demise

Indian comedian Sunil Pal condoled the death of Raju Srivastava on Thursday. “He was today’s Charlie Chaplin,” said Pal. Srivastava passed away on Wednesday morning. Fans, friends and relatives gathered outside the Kidwai Nagar residence of the comedian following the news of his demise in Delhi. Soon after the news of Srivastava’s death was flashed in the media, friends, relatives and fans reached his Kanpur residence where his family members reside, to pay their heartfelt tributes.While mourning for the comic-actor, fans recalled his spectacular personality and how grounded he was throughout his life despite making a name for himself.

NIA searches underway at PFI office in Bihar’s Purnia

NIA detains two PFI office bearers from Pune: ANI Sources

Punjab CM calls for cabinet meeting at state secretariat today

Mortal remains of comedian Raju Srivastav being taken to Nigambodh Ghat crematorium for last rites

Mortal remains of comedian Raju Srivastav being taken to Nigambodh Ghat crematorium for last rites

NIA seals Telangana PFI head office in Hyderabad

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Visuals | National Investigation Agency (NIA) is conducting searches at PFI office in Purnia, Bihar

Markets Update

Rupee falls 42 paise to all-time low of 80.38 against US dollar in early trade.

Visuals | NIA raids in Tamil Nadu

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Assam Police detain 9 persons linked with PFI across the state

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EU considering new sanctions against Russia

European Union foreign ministers in an emergency meeting Wednesday looked at imposing new sanctions on Russia after it mobilized reservists for its war in Ukraine, the bloc’s top diplomat said. “We will study, we will adopt, new restrictive measures, both personal and sectoral,” EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told reporters after the meeting, while adding that a final decision needed to be made at a formal session.

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