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Upset over BBC broadcasting the controversial interview of Delhi gangrape convict, government has served a legal notice on the British media giant even as it asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the documentary as it is "very sensitive".

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Asserting that the Land Bill is not anti-farmer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday criticised the opposition for creating hurdles in its passage in Rajya Sabha, where the National Democratic Alliance government does not have a majority.

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New Delhi: The decision by BBC to broadcast the controversial interview of one of the December 16, 2012, gang-rape convicts despite the restraining order against its screening has evoked mixed reactions among political parties.

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An upset government today said necessary action will be taken after BBC ignored its advice and broadcast the controversial interview of Delhi gangrape convict even as it asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the documentary as it is "very sensitive".

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New Delhi: With AAP witnessing internal power struggle, its political rivals on Thursday said the party's claim that it was a 'party with a difference' had fallen flat and it was just another political organisation struggling with "individual-centric" functioning.

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New Delhi: Government has asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gangrape, saying that it is a very sensitive matter. Despite the Indian Government's protest, BBC went ahead and released the documentary on Wednesday night in the UK and also uploaded it on the YouTube.

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New Delhi: Judicial orders of civil courts cannot be interfered with by the High Courts while exercising writ jurisdiction relating to their power to quash orders of inferior courts, the Supreme Court has held. "We are of the view that judicial orders of civil courts are not amenable to a writ of certiorari (writ issued by SC or HCs for quashing orders of inferior courts, tribunals and quasi-judicial bodies) under Article 226 (power of High Court to issue certain writs)," a three-judge bench of Chief Justice HL Dattu and justices AK Sikri and Adarsh Kumar Goel said.

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Government is examining options on whether to take legal action against BBC after it went ahead and aired in the UK the documentary containing the controversial interview of a December 16 gangrape convict despite Home Ministry having sought that it be not broadcast anywhere.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Indore on Thursday en route to Khandwa district where he will inaugurate two units each of 600 MW capacity of Singaji Thermal Power Project.

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