Why Marad SIT was dismantled? Kerala HC asks govt

Kerala HC directed the government to furnish details from the state police chief on why the Marad SIT was dismantled.

Govt`s intentions over Lokpal Bill not good: Anna

An unrelenting Anna Hazare again
chided the government, questioning its intentions in pursuing
the course of a strong Lokpal Bill and charted out a programme
of agitation for youths.

Blackmoney: Govt may seek review of SC order

Government on Friday indicated that
it might seek a review of the Supreme Court order constituting
a Special Investigation Team (SIT), which includes two former
apex court judges, on black money stashed abroad.

Guj govt to recover Rs 1 lakh from IPS Bhatt

Ahmedabad: Gujarat government has decided to
recover Rs one lakh from IPS officer Sanjeev Bhat, paid by it
to an advocate of Pali in Rajasthan as compensation after an
order from National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).

Hayatpur: Haryana govt orders judicial probe

The Haryana government on Tuesday
ordered a judicial probe into the violence which took place
after the murder of a village sarpanch in Hayatpur, Gurgaon on
June 23.

Hazare warns govt against doing `hanky panky` with Lokpal Bill

Anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare
on Friday warned the government that if it did "something hanky
panky" with the Lokpal bill he would again undertake a
fast-unto-death.

Govt determined to introduce bill on communal violence

The Government on Thursday said it
is "determined" to introduce the communal violence bill in
order to bring about a polity in the country which is "fair"
and "just" towards all sections of the society.

WB Govt recognises six non-Bengali languages

The West Bengal government on Thursday
decided to recognise six languages other than Bengali as those
spoken by linguistic minorities in the state.

Govt panel suggests free research at PhD level in IITs

The Kakodkar committee, set up
to suggest broad areas of reforms in IITs and bring research
to the forefront in these elite institutes, is believed to
have suggested free research and studies at the PhD level.

J&K govt seeks return of 20 youths from PoK

Setting in motion the new
surrender policy, Jammu and Kashmir Government has sent a list
of 20 youths, currently in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, to the
Centre seeking their return to the state and their
rehabilitation.

How many people you will arrest?: Digvijay to UP govt

Amid speculation that Rahul Gandhi might be arrested, Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh asked the UP government as to how many
people they will put behind bars and they would not seek bail
in that eventuality.

‘Maha govt never approached Army for Adarsh land’

The Maharashtra government never approached the Army seeking possession of the land where the controversial Adarsh Housing Society building stands, an Army official said while deposing before a commission set up to probe the case.

Karnataka govt transfers Bellary Zilla Panchayat CEO

Ahead of the Supreme Court
appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC) team`s visit to
the district to inspect 99 mines, Karnataka Government has
transferred Zilla Panchayat CEO N Muthaiah.

Govt to construct flats to accommodate 8000 displaced families

Jharkhand government on Saturday decided
in principle to construct flats to accommodate 8000 displaced
BPL families who lost homes during the anti-encroachment drive
at difference places in the state.

Veerappan’s wife appeals to TN govt to wrap up long-standing case

Wife of slain forest brigand Veerappan
appealed to the Tamil Nadu government to wrap up a case that
has been pending against her for more than ten years.

Gujarat govt withdraws Sanjiv Bhatt’s security

Gujarat government has withdrawn the security cover provided to IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who, in his affidavit in the Supreme Court had alleged that CM Modi turned a blind eye to the massacre of Muslims during post-Godhara riots.

Govt will probe how PAC draft report was leaked: Soni

Government will find out how
the draft report of the Public Accounts Committee was leaked
before it was discussed among its members, Union Information
and Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni said on Thursday.

Narendra Modi ignores cop`s affidavit on 2002 riots

Gujarat CM Narendra Modi Saturday ignored a senior police officer`s affidavit directly implicating him in the 2002 riots, while the officer said he stood by what he had said and was ready to depose further on the matter.

WB polls: Pranab blames LF govt for rise of Maoists in Bengal

Union Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee on Wednesday said the wrong policy and non-functional
police of the Left Front Government in West Bengal were
responsible for the rise of Maoists in the state.

WB polls: Pranab blames LF govt for rise of Maoists in Bengal

Union Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee on Wednesday said the wrong policy and non-functional
police of the Left Front Government in West Bengal were
responsible for the rise of Maoists in the state.