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SIT on black money to go after offenders: Justice Shah

Updated: 30 October 2014, Thursday, 18:00 hrs (IST)
The Special Investigation Team appointed by the Supreme Court to look into the black money cases, said on Thursday that it will go after the offenders “big or small” but made it clear that confidentiality about account holders abroad will not be violated....   | Read..
 

Delhi govt formation: Supreme Court finds LG's efforts positive

Updated: 30 October 2014, Thursday, 13:20 hrs (IST)
The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed satisfaction over Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung's recent moves to explore the possibility of . ...   | Read..
 

BJP trying to create unrest in Bengal: Trinamul

Updated: 30 October 2014, Thursday, 17:36 hrs (IST)
The ruling Trinamul Congress on Thursday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of trying to create unrest in West Bengal on the basis of religion, soon after some central le...   | Read..
 

High Court upholds Kerala ban on bars in

2&3-star hotels

Updated: 30 October 2014, Thursday, 18:00 hrs (IST)
The Kerala High Court on Thursday upheld the state government's new excise policy directing closure of bars in two and three-star hotels.     &nb...   | Read..
 

SC stays proceedings on Jaya’s defamation cases against Swamy

Updated: 30 October 2014, Thursday, 13:20 hrs (IST)
The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed proceedings on criminal defamation cases filed against Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy by Jayalalithaa, the All India...   | Read..
 

Terror malice test case in the works

An organisation is moving the Supreme Court for compensation to six persons who were linked by Gujarat police to a terror attack but were acquitted by the top court....   | Read..
 

Revealed: only 60 of 627 gave NOCs

The Supreme Court today refrained from opening an envelope that contains a list of 627-odd names that has been tantalising the country for months in the black money case....   | Read..
 

Shield for road rescuers

The Supreme Court today directed the central government to issue an “executive order” asking authorities not to harass people who step forward to help road ac...   | Read..
 

Smile, there’s joy in Bangla

Some may think it can’t get any worse: a suspected plot to assassinate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been unearthed next door and a rolling general strike is lurking...   | Read..
 

Glare on youths’ Maoist nexus

Nearly 30 youths from Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Sivasagar districts of Upper Assam, who had gone outside the state for employment, may have joined the Maoists....   | Read..
 

Gogoi seeks PM help

Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today told Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi that Assam has been targeted by fundamentalist organisations like al Qaida....   | Read..
 

Goons strike at Ravenshaw, steal bust

A bust of T.E. Ravenshaw, the founder of Ravenshaw College, has gone missing barely 24 hours after it was installed at the Hall of Fame in the university’s Kanika Libra...   | Read..
 

HC allays Mishra posting fear

Orissa High Court today sought to make it clear that the criminal proceedings in the vigilance case against former director-general of police Prakash Mishra, will not be ...   | Read..
 
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