Monday, July 22, 2024

Uttara Kannada Landslide Update: 7 Bodies Found, 3 Still Missing as Rescue Operations Persist

Rescue operations are in full swing following a devastating landslide in Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka, which has led to the recovery of seven bodies and the ongoing search for three missing individuals.

“Kerala Woman Dies After Allegedly Receiving Wrong Injection; Medical Negligence Claims Filed”

A 28-year-old woman, Krishna Thankappan, from Malayinkeezhu, has died at the Government Medical College Hospital here following an incident of alleged medical negligence. The woman had fallen unconscious five days earlier after reportedly being given a wrong injection at Neyyattinkara General Hospital.

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“High Court Refuses Bail to BRS Leader K Kavitha”

The High Court has rejected bail applications from BRS leader K Kavitha in connection with corruption and money laundering cases investigated by the CBI and ED. The decision, made by Special Judge Kaveri Baweja, cited sufficient evidence against Kavitha and concerns over her potential influence on witnesses.

“Hemant Soren Appeals to Supreme Court Due to High Court’s Delay in Addressing Petition Against ED Arrest”

Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has approached the Supreme Court, citing a delay in the state high court's decision on his petition challenging his arrest by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on money laundering charges. Soren's plea for urgent action comes as he faces legal battles and seeks relief ahead of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.

“Delhi’s Culinary Clash: High Court Battle Over Butter Chicken Origin”

A legal feud has erupted in Delhi's culinary scene as two iconic eateries, Moti Mahal and Daryaganj, engage in a heated courtroom battle over the origin of the beloved Indian dishes butter chicken and dal makhani. The dispute has escalated following alleged defamatory remarks made by Moti Mahal's proprietors in a newspaper interview, prompting Daryaganj to seek legal recourse in the Delhi High Court.

“Punjab High Court: No Tractor Trolleys on Highways, Farmers Criticized”

In a stern rebuke to protesting farmers gathered at the Shambhu border with numerous tractors, the Punjab and Haryana High Court asserted on Tuesday that tractor trolleys cannot be utilized on highways. The bench, comprising acting Chief Justice GS Sandhawalia and Justice Lapita Banerji, also scrutinized the Punjab government's decision to permit such large gatherings of farmers.

“Kerala Forest Authorities Take Action Against ‘Man-Eating’ Tiger in Wayanad”

Following the unfortunate incident involving the tragic demise of Vakeri resident Prajeesh, whose half-eaten body was discovered in a forested area in Kalpetta, Wayanad on December 9, the Kerala Forest Minister AK Saseendran announced steps against the tiger believed to be responsible for the attack.

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