Top headlines: SC appoints Pegasus probe, Delhi summons Facebook execs

The Supreme Court ordered a panel of experts to investigate whether the government used the Pegasus spyware to surveil opposition leaders, activists, tycoons, judges and journalists.

A view of the Supreme Court | Photo: PTI

A view of the Supreme Court | Photo: PTI

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday appointed a three-member committee to probe if the government use the Israeli spyware  software Pegasus to surveil its poltical rivals and critics. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd

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First Published: Oct 27 2021 | 8:35 PM IST

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