The Ro­hingyas’

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BBBBB­plea against de­por­ta­tion will come up for hear­ing in the Supreme Court. The plea, filed by two Ro­hingya im­mi­grants who are reg­is­tered as refugees un­der the UNHCR, claimed they have taken refuge in In­dia after es­cap­ing from Myanmar due to wide­spread dis­crim­i­na­tion, vi­o­lence and blood­shed against the com­mu­nity there.

is likely to hear a plea by a group of traders in the NCR seek­ing mod­i­fi­ca­tion of its Oc­to­ber 9 or­der by which the sale of fire­crack­ers has been banned in Delhi-NCR till Novem­ber 1. Delhi is among the most pol­luted cities in the world.

of all six district courts in the na­tional cap­i­tal will go on a day-long strike to protest against the al­leged mis­con­duct of some judges. In a unan­i­mous res­o­lu­tion adopted by the Co­or­di­na­tion Com­mit­tee of all District Court Bar As­so­ci­a­tions in the Cap­i­tal, it was al­leged that some judges were re­peat­edly ‘mis­be­hav­ing’ with lawyers.

will take on Aus­tralia in the se­ries­de­cid­ing third and fi­nal T20 In­ter­na­tional at the Ra­jiv Gandhi In­ter­na­tional Sta­dium in Hy­der­abad. Though it has been a reg­u­lar venue in the IPL, it will be the first time that a T20 In­ter­na­tional is played in Hy­der­abad.

will look to carry for­ward the mo­men­tum when they take on hosts Bangladesh in their sec­ond Pool A match of the men’s Asia Cup hockey tour­na­ment in Dhaka. In­dia pro­duced an im­pres­sive per­for­mance to out­class Ja­pan 5-1 in their open­ing cam­paign at the 10th edi­tion of the tour­na­ment.

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