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High Court dismisses Hasan Ali's bail plea
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday dismissed the bail plea of the Pune-based businessman Hasan Ali Khan held on money laundering charges. The Court, while dismissing the bail plea, reprimanded him and directed him to approach the lower ...
‘Maudany bail plea on health grounds only a smokescreen'
New Delhi: The Karnataka government on Friday strongly opposed in the Supreme Court grant of bail to Abdul Nasir Maudany, an accused in the July 25, 2008 Bangalore serial bomb blast cases. A Bench of Justices Markandey Katju and Gyan ...
Centre wants Maharashtra to refund ITBP bill
Mumbai: While the Central government has provided for the deployment of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) at Mumbai's Arthur Road jail as part of the stringent security measures for the 26/11 gunman Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, it wants ...
Cabinet nod for ordinance to extend term of MCI board of governors
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet has cleared an ordinance to extend the term of the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI) by one year. The term of the present Board, chaired by S.K. Sarin, expires on May 14. A notification ...
Did BJP miscalculate on PAC meet?
NEW DELHI: Did the Bharatiya Janata Party miscalculate its strength at the Public Accounts Committee meeting on the 2G issue on Thursday? According to Congress sources, the BJP assumed that BSP member Baliram, who had gone to Ahmedabad ...
Congress, DMK out to scuttle report: Karat
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday accused the Congress and the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam of attempting to mess with the report of the Public Accounts Committee on the 2G Spectrum allocation scandal, which was based on ...
Prove report wrong, Sinha challenges Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Senior BJP leader and Public Accounts Committee member Yashwant Sinha on Friday said the PAC report on the 2G scam should be submitted to the Lok Sabha Speaker. For, it was the product of several months of the committee's ...
Both Sudans assure India on energy front
NEW DELHI: The governments of both Sudans assured India that its investments in the oil sector would remain safe despite the formal bifurcation of the country on July 9 into Sudan and South Sudan. Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed ...
India analyst in U.S. criticises combat aircraft deal decision
CBI claims to have ‘clinching' proof against Kim Davy
NEW DELHI: There is no evidence of the involvement of any Indian politician or government agency in the Purulia arms-drop case of 1995, the Central Bureau of Investigation said on Friday. The agency also dismissed key accused Kim Davy's ...
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