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London, Sep 02 (ANI): Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has returned to where his rivalry with teammate Nico Rosberg began with revenge on his mind and is determined to bury his Belgian setback with a crucial 25-poing haul in Sunday's Italian Grand Prix.
London, Sept 2 (ANI): Perez Hilton has apologized for publishing nude images of Jennifer Lawrence on his website.
Amritsar, Sept. 1 (ANI): With a view to curb the unhealthy practice of high-spending in big fat weddings in Punjab, an Amritsar-based NGO Punjab Caucus for Public Cause (PCPC) has demanded a new law to put cap on the wasteful expenditure on marriage ceremonies.
Washington, Sep 1 (ANI): Martin Scorsese will be directing a short film that will be used as a campaign for Melco-Crown Entertainment (MCE), Lawrence Ho and James Packer's global resorts and casino brand, starring Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
Taliban chief Fazllullah says time ripe to rid Pakistan of western brand of democracy Sep 1, 12:43 pm
Islamabad, Sep 01 (ANI): Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief, Mullah Fazllullah, said that the time was ripe to rid the country of western brand of democracy and vowed to continue struggle until Shariah was the law of the land.
Nude pics of J Law, Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst surface online Sep 1, 9:53 am
London, Sept 1 (ANI): Nude pics of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Kirsten Dunst have been surfaced on Twitter.
Will Chris Martin take new girlfriend J-Law on Coldplay tour? Aug 30, 5:38 pm
London, Aug 30 (ANI): Chris Martin's new girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence has reportedly been invited to join Coldplay on the road.
Washington, Angelina Jolie's dad, Jon Voight, has revealed that he is thrilled to finally be able to call Brad Pitt his son-in-law.
California to have first-of-its-kind 'Yes means yes' law to protect women from rapes Aug 30, 2:11 pm
Washington, Aug 30 (ANI): California legislature has recently sent the governor the first law of its kind called the 'yes means yes', which has been designed to reduce sexual assaults.
How Sharapova may soon not be a Russian! Aug 30, 12:10 pm
New York, Aug 30 (ANI): Russian tennis ace Maria Sharapova would soon be an outlaw if she does not fly to Moscow and comply with President Vladimir Putin's new law that requires all 10 million Russians with dual citizenship to register with the Kremlin.
Activist lodges complaint against RGV for his controversial tweet on Ganesh Chaturthi Aug 29, 8:20 pm
New Delhi, Aug 29 (ANI): Lawyer and political activist Shehzad Poonawalla on Friday lodged a complaint against noted filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma for his atheist tweet on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Law is the essence of a civilized society : Pranab Mukherjee Aug 29, 4:46 pm
New Delhi, Aug. 29 (ANI) : Emphasizing that law is the essence of any civilized society, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursay that the first task of lawyers is to uphold the Constitution in its letter and spirit and protect fundamental rights of the people under all circumstances.
Chris Martin 'tries to woo' JLaw with new love songs Aug 29, 12:03 pm
Washington, Aug 29 (ANI): Chris Martin is doing his best to impress her new love Jennifer Lawrence by writing her new love songs.
Bangalore, Aug. 28 (ANI): The Kannada actress, who has accused Union Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda's son Karthik of cheating, on Thursday said that he wanted to have a physical relationship with her.
Bangalore, Aug. 28 (ANI): G.P. Raju, the lawyer for the Kannada actor and model who has accused Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda's son Karthik Gowda of cheating on her, said Thursday that there is enough circumstantial evidence to prove the involvement of the latter.
Law will take its own course, say political leaders on case filed against Karthik Gowda Aug 28, 1:21 pm
Bangalore/ New Delhi, Aug 28 (ANI): Political leaders on Thursday said that the law will take its own course in the case filed by a Bangalore based model-turned-actress against Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda's son Karthik Gowda.
Poonch, August 28 (ANI) The 86th Constitutional Amendment Act 2002 makes education a Fundamental Right for children in the age group of 6-14 years by stating "the State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years in such manner as the State may, by law, determine". The Act further provides under Article 51-A (k) that it shall be a fundamental duty of every citizen of India who is a parent or guardian to provide opportunities for education to his child between the age of six and fourteen years.
Washington, Aug 28 (ANI): A group of current and former football players have claimed that FIFA is not doing enough to manage the issue of concussion in the game and have filed a lawsuit against football's world governing body for the same.
PM Modi sets up committee to evaluate obsolete laws Aug 28, 11:53 am
New Delhi, Aug. 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set up a committee to review obsolete laws.
Gwyneth Paltrow gives vote of confidence to ex's new flame J Law Aug 28, 10:14 am
Wellington, Aug 28 (ANI): Gwyneth Paltrow has reportedly given her nod to Chris Martin's new girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence.
New Delhi, Aug. 27 (ANI): Former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Kiran Bedi on Wednesday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his decision to set up a Committee to identify obsolete laws.
New Delhi, Aug. 27 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today set up a committee to identify obsolete laws within a time frame of three months.
New Delhi/ Rohtak, Aug. 27 (ANI): Lawyer and women's rights activist Abha Singh today demanded the death penalty for Lokesh Dayal and his two associates, who are accused of driving two minor girls in Rohtak to commit suicide.
Lawyer K T S Tulsi welcomes SC verdict on tainted ministers Aug 27, 2:13 pm
New Delhi, Aug 27 (ANI): Senior lawyer and Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament K T S Tulsi today welcomed the Supreme Court's decision not to disqualify ministers with criminal backgrounds and for saying that it was the prerogative of the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers to do so.
Subramanian Swamy calls Supreme Court verdict a wise decision Aug 27, 1:01 pm
New Delhi, Aug. 27 (ANI): Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday said that the Supreme Court was wise in not laying down the law on disqualification of ministers.
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