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We bring to you a selection of best stories from the Indian Express city editions across the country.
A day after breezing through the trust vote, the AAP MLAs came in for severe criticism from the Congress and the BJP on Friday, with MLAs of both parties "warning" AAP MLAs not to breach the constitutional right of the elected members by visiting their constituencies without informing them.
After conducting "night tours" in their respective sub divisions over Wednesday and Thursday, Delhi's 33 sub-divisional magistrates (SDM) have identified over 4,000 people sleeping in the open across over 200 locations.
Over 4,000 sleeping in open in 200 places: SDMs to CM
To reach out to distressed women commuters in suburban locals, the Government Railway Police (GRP) is planning to approach railway authorities for a technology overhaul that will include improvements such as emergency alarm switches inside coaches for women and handsets that connect to the police hotline.
While observing that the true test of someone's nature is during difficult circumstances, the Bombay High Court recently rejected the plea of a woman who, citing grounds of cruelty, had sought to end her marriage even though her husband is suffering from cancer.
High Court junks woman's plea to end marriage on ground of cruelty
Ranging from an organic fertiliser made by vermi-composting of parthenium grass to the drug for the treatment of skin diseases like psoriasis, seven patents have been granted to researchers from Panjab University in a span of four years from 2008 to 2012.
- Pakistan wages its proxy war against India with impunity
- The proposed surrogacy bill addresses major ethical concerns
- Muslim personal law has little Constitutional basis, so it cannot be challenged in law courts
- Zakir Naik’s appeal comes from mimicking the secular, modern world
- Prachanda’s pragmatic approach to bilateral relations is a good beginning
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