Today’s News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day
Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Sale of migrants properties in Kashmir recommended to be banned by the Jammu and Kashmir Law commission- after the acceptance of the proposed ban  by the J&K administration, the ban will come into force, paving the way for the migrants to come back to the Valley



Ex-Law minister and senior Congress leader HR Bhardwaj passes away after a cardiac arrest at Max Hospital, Saket, where he was admitted due to kidney-related ailments



Pranay Kumar murder case – Maruti Rao, the prime accused in 2018 Pranay Kumar murder case has allegedly committed suicide in Hyderabad leaving a note that read ‘sorry’ – Maruti Rao was accused of hiring a contract killer to murder his son-in-law Pranay Kumar as he was against his daughter marrying a Dalit Christian and was against the inter-caste marriage- Rao hired a contract killer and Pranay Kumar was hacked to death in broad daylight as he came out of the hospital with his pregnant wife Amruthavarshini after a check-up in Miryalguda town of Telangana is Nalgonda district and the entire incident was captured on a CCTV camera showing Pranay being attacked with a machete from behind while Amrutha crying for help and the attacker left the murder weapon on the spot and fled the scene



Yes bank’s founder Rana Kapoor breaks down in the court who got arrested on money laundering charges while the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed a separate case against him for corruption



Nirbhaya case – The Supreme Court of India to hear a petition filed by convict Mukesh Singh against his former lawyer Vrinda Grover seeking action against his former advocate for the restoration of the legal remedies in the case – he alleged that a criminal conspiracy was conspired against him by his former advocate, the Delhi government and the Centre



The Delhi High Court adjourns the petitions filed on violence in north-east Delhi and hate speeches by political leaders on March 12, directing the Centre to file replies before the hearing



The Bombay High Court to decide the fate of color-blind Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) drivers and see these drivers who are color Blind, can continue to work with an ‘alternate’ job or not




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