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The Supreme Court removed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Ranjit Sinha this Thursday from the 2G spectrum case, on the bases that the chief had tried to derail the investigation and had further attempted to held the accused in the scam.
"We direct Ranjit Sinha not to interfere
BJP had barely recuperated from the allegations of illegitimately wining the floor test in Maharashtra, that Sharad Pawar, President of Nationalist Congress Party, has dropped a bombshell. To recall NCP had offered its unconditional support to BJP and in the assembly neither said yes nor no in
This Wednesday, the Fijian opposition of Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) boycotted the address to the Fijian Parliament by visiting the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for which Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama apologized describing it as an "inexcusable behavior".
The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, this Tuesday posted his second picture on Instagram account holding the caption "PM Abbott & I turned photographers!”. The picture posted by the Prime Minister is taken in Canberra and shows Modi and his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott laughing and
The recent leads / results indicate its a victory of democracy. Congress the grand old party of India has lost badly two sates it was ruling for more than a decade. The slogan coined by Narendra Modi during Lok Sabha elections of “Congress mukt Bharat” is slowly and steadily becoming a reality.
BJP and Sena have finally called it quits after 25 years of togetherness. Shiv Sena voted against BJP on the floor test in the Maharashtra assembly after talks failed on Sena’s participation in BJP govt. in Maharashtra. This has ended almost 2 months of bickering between the two parties. For the
The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor Lieutenant General (retired) Zameer Uddin Shah made a controversial statement about girls using the library and denied them access to the books. This gathered a much hyped media attention and the chancellor was forced to take his words back.
Do you have faith in your local police department?