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10 top stories: #Katju tweets and blogs! FB, Google directed to kill content; Kapadia issues fake SIM ultimatum to TRAI; Telecoms Cos go for review of 2G order & more

Justice Markandey Katju tweets and blogs! Settling the question of his identity on Twitter with this original photo [Twitter], he then posted seven blog posts with some of his previous writings on caste, Urdu, Sanskrit, liberty, art, terrorism and women's emancipation [Blogspot]. @LegallyIndia wholeheartedly welcomes the PCI chairman to social media.

Facebook, Google directed by Delhi lower court removes religiously offensive content as summons isssued  under 153-A, 153-B, 295-A  [Mint / PTI

Justice Lokeshwar Panta previously heading National Green Tribunal is now Himachal Pradesh Lokayukta [Law et al News]

Justice Kapadia bats for terrorised Kolkata petitioner rushing TRAI up on verification norms cornering bogus SIM card users. Justices Patnaik and Kumar want to wait [Hindu]

Telenor, Norway, of Unitech and Sistema, Russia, of MTS will go for review of 2G order

SC hearing Indore NGO Swasthya Adhikar’s PIL issues notice to centre, health ministry and medical council of India for illegal clinical trials [Deccan Herald]

Last Friday’s Wired

Army chief case adjourned [Mint]

US wants skilled workforce from India, etc. Spouses of H-1B visa holders ani International students holding F1 visa to benefit from reforms [ET]

Google Adwords selling Bharatmatrimony’s keywords to shaadi.com, Jeevansathi.come e t al faces anti-competitive practices complaint in CCI [ET]

2G verdict paves way for “transparency through auctions” in award of natural assets and scarce resources in all sectors [Mint]

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