The Shiv Sena did not mention its petition in the Supreme Court of India (SC), on November 13, challenging the Governor's decision of not granting it three days’ time for getting letter of support for government formation in Maharashtra.Sunil Fernandes, the lawyer representing Shiv Sena in the apex court told news agency PTI that the party had preferred not to mention the petition.Fernandes, who had filed the petition on behalf of the Shiv Sena, had said on November 12 that the Supreme Court had asked them to mention the writ petition at 10.30 am on November 13.Close The lawyer said another petition challenging the imposition of President's Rule in the state was being readied. related news Supreme Court to deliver its verdict on pleas seeking Sabarimala judgment review tomorrow 'Vodafone India to head for liquidation if Centre does not ease spectrum fees': Report Disqualified Karnataka MLAs welcome Supreme Court nod for contesting bypolls The Shiv Sena had, on November … [Read more...] about Maharashtra government formation: Shiv Sena doesn’t mention plea in Supreme Court
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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned on Monday night, sending alarm bells ringing across the government. Johnson was the public face during the 2016 Brexit campaign, urging citizens to quit European Union.Johnson was the third high-level resignation in 24 hours.Here’s an explainer on Johnson’s resignation and what it means for the UK government and Brexit:Close Why did Johnson resign? related news Disqualified Karnataka MLAs welcome Supreme Court nod for contesting bypolls Supreme Court to deliver verdict on pleas seeking Rafale judgment review tomorrow Maharashtra government formation: Ahmed Patel, Uddhav Thackeray discuss common minimum programme The immediate reason that Johnson cited for his resignation was UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her Brexit strategy. In a letter, Johnson wrote that May was leading the UK into a “semi-Brexit” and that the Brexit dream was “dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt".Johnson’s reaction … [Read more...] about UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson’s resignation: What has happened so far and what happens next?
Uttar Pradesh is witnessing a spurt in triple talaq cases, with 216 FIRs filed by Muslim women since the enactment of a law which makes the practice of instant divorce a punishable offence.The maximum number of 26 such cases have been registered in Meerut followed by Saharanpur and Shamli where 17 and 10 FIRs have been lodged respectively, a senior police official told PTI on August 27.These three places in western Uttar Pradesh have a sizeable Muslim population.Close "In UP, women given triple talaq are coming out in large numbers to register FIRs against their husbands. Within three weeks (till August 21) of implementation of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019, as many as 216 FIRs have been filed in the state so far," he said. related news Raut discharged from hospital, says next CM will be from Sena Tata Group still looking to partner with Geely, BMW for Jaguar Land Rover: Report Explore feasibility of hydrogen-based Japanese tech to fight air … [Read more...] about Triple talaq: Muslim women coming out in large numbers to file FIRs in UP