Top Stories SC rules Aadhaar Act valid, but card need not be linked to mobile, bank Top courted said Aadhaar empowered the marginalised, also ruled that private entities can't ask for it. Aadhaar mandatory for PAN, not for school admission: SC The Supreme Court on Wednesday pronounced Aadhaar 'constitutionally valid' but with certain conditions. Sunlight best disinfectant: SC allows live streaming of court hearings Live streaming, video recording inside court will accomplish 'public right to know' and bring in more transparency, SC said. Aadhaar verdict big victory for pro-poor Modi government: BJP Sambit Patra said the court has ruled that Aadhaar is safe. The verdict has also exposed the Congress, he claimed. 'Slap on BJP's face': Congress on Supreme Court's Aadhaar ruling The Supreme Court has declared the Centre's flagship Aadhaar scheme constitutionally valid. Dissenting Justice Chandrachud ruled Aadhaar ‘unconstitutional’, called it ‘fraud’ Justice DY Chandrachud said Aadhaar programme violated informational privacy, self-determination and data protection. Indian crew likely to meet injured naval commander Abhilash Tomy tomorrow INS Satpura is on way to Ile Amsterdam, where 39-year-old Tomy, reached Tuesday after being rescued by a French vessel. Haryana gangrape case: Police arrests another Army man, 2 others With the fresh arrests, the total number of arrested people in the case has gone up to eight. No review of order on SC/ST quota in job promotions: Supreme Court Supreme Court concluded the Nagaraj judgement does not need to be referred to a larger bench of 7-judges. Rafale deal 'govt-to-govt' discussion, wasn't in-charge when signed: Macron Macron was asked if Indian govt had at any point told France or Dassault that they had to accept Reliance as Indian partner for Rafale deal. Get sleepless nights when a soldier is martyred, says Rajnath Singh Rajnath Singh's comment comes after Border Security Force (BSF) soldier Narender Singh was killed by Pakistani forces earlier this month. Rs 30,000 crore given to man with 'no skill' in making aircraft: Rahul 'PM'S-KILL India Program,' Gandhi tweeted, taking a dig at the government's flagship Skill India campaign. Should have taken everyone on board for cabinet expansion: Goa Forward Party 'The cabinet expansion...the manner and the speed in which it was done, could have been avoided,' GFP President Sardesai said. Takes very little to worsen situation: Foreign Minister on cancelled Indo-Pak meet Speaking at 73rd UN General Assembly, Qureshi said, 'I have a lot to say, but I don't want to make the situation worse.' Trump says US ‘booming like never before’, draws a laugh from world leaders at UNGA Trump said America’s economy is booming like never before and since his election, the US has added USD 10 trillion in wealth. Postmortem is easier than action: Jaitley hits out at Raghuram Rajan Rajan, who was RBI governor for three years till September 2016, is currently teaching at the Chicago Booth School of Business. As BJP sticks to Ram, SP picks Vishnu, Cong Shiva for luck in 2019 polls In 2014 parliamentary elections, the BJP won 71 seats, its ally Apna Dal got two, while the SP bagged five and the Congress remaining two. Drunk passenger tries to enter IndiGo plane cockpit to charge mobile phone Following incident, which happened when aircraft was yet to take off, passenger was offloaded and taken to police station by airline staff. SC dismisses plea challenging Justice Gogoi's appointment as next CJI A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said the petition was 'devoid of merits'. Comic legend Bill Cosby sentenced up to 10 yrs in prison for sexual assault Cosby's requests will be reviewed by a special committee and can be rejected up to a maximum sentence of 10 years behind bars.