A Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will today hear the matter of regulating the playing of national anthem in cinema halls across the country.
The activists dispersed after the police used light force on them. Eight people have been detained following the violence and proceedings were on against 30-40 other people, a police official said.
Singer Sonu Nigam today said while he honoured every country's anthem, he also believed theatres and restaurants were not the place for it.
3 students hailing from Jammu and Kashmir have been booked for allegedly disrespecting the National Anthem by not standing when it was being played in a cinema hall in Hyderabad.
Around 1,000 cinema houses will remain shut on Monday, marking the first day of the indefinite strike called by theatre owners to protest against the imposition of 30 per cent local body tax in addition to the 28 per cent Goods and Services (GST) on
The government announced to levy 30% of entertainment tax in place of 28% according to GST. The Chamber decided to shut down the theatres in protest.
Department of Consumer Affairs directing companies against charging different prices for identical products
At least six persons were taken into custody for allegedly showing disrespect to the national anthem after they refused to stand up while it was being played at the ongoing International Film Festival of Kerala.
a group of 20 people roughed up a young man and two women students at a city theatre on Sunday afternoon, as the three had not stood up when the national anthem was being played before the screening of ‘Chennai 28-II’.
Berlin: German police have sealed a off a cinema complex in Viernheim, in Germany’s Hesse region after an armed man on Thrusday opened fire and leaving seven people wounded in the attack on Thrusday, German