Resisting growing clamour for a CBI probe, Karnataka Government on Thursday decided to stick to its decision not to refer to the central agency the case of mysterious death of an upright IAS officer, as the issue paralysed Assembly for the third day and echoed in Parliament.
The controversy surrounding the mysterious death of senior IAS officer DK Ravi refuses to die down as the Opposition continues to blame the Karnataka government of a foul play amid growing demands for a CBI probe into the case and his family members categorically rejecting the 'suicide theory'.
Refusing to yield to mounting pressure for a CBI probe into the mysterious death of an upright IAS officer DK Ravi, the Karnataka Government yesterday announced a CID probe into his death that evoked nation-wide outrage and protests. Amid raging controversy over his mysterious death, a social activist and whistleblower on Wednesday claimed that the former was planning raids on some big developers to unearth commercial tax evasion.
Welcome to the live coverage of the first of the Super Sunday game week 27 match between Liverpool and Manchester City to be held at Anfield. The second match is between Arsenal and Everton at the Emirates stadium.
Welcome to our coverage of English Premier League Gameweek 21. Today, there will be eight matches with an early kick-off between Sunderland and Liverpool. It will be followed by six simultaneous matches (8:30 PM IST), then the Selhurst Park fixture between Crystal Palace and Tottenham starting at 11:00 PM IST.
New Delhi: Fireworks over the issue of alleged forced conversion of Muslims into Hinduism began as a united Opposition attempted to attack the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre when both Houses convened for normal business on Thursday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the people of Jammu and Kashmir to "close the shops" of political parties which did not fulfil promises and looted the state, and assured that there will be no dearth of money for development if BJP is voted to power.
The government on Thursday faced flak in the Lok Sabha for yet another day on the black money issue, with the opposition parties asking it to give a timeline by which the money stashed abroad would be brought back to India. Referring to the steps being taken by the government to unearth black money, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said government has identified 427 account holders associated with HSBC list and efforts are on to complete tax assessment by March 31, 2015.
A day after the Opposition disrupted the proceedings of Parliament on the first working day of the Winter Session over the issue of black money, the issue has been taken up for a detailed discussion in both the Houses on Wednesday.