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No proposal to withdraw NSG cover for VVIPs: Govt

The government Tuesday said there is at present no proposal to withdraw the NSG cover for any of the VVIPs receiving its security even though the force has made a request in this regard.

Helicopters for VVIPs: India must act decisively

Contract for the procurement of helicopters for the conveyance of VVIPs is following the now familiar path. Like all major defence deals, it is getting mired in allegations of gross irregularities and wrongdoings.

SC asks Centre, states to limit use of red beacons

The indiscriminate use of red beacons and sirens by public servants causing inconvenience to the general public has drawn the ire of the Supreme Court.

Goa Casinos to keep a watch on VVIPs

Politicians, judges, military officers and PSU heads who have gambling instincts, Beware!.

Ministers, VVIPs tour expenses rise ten fold

Expenses on foreign and domestic tours of central ministers and VVIPs rose by more than ten times to Rs 678.52 crore in 2011-12, up from Rs 56.16 crore in the previous year.

Maoists planning attacks on leaders, VVIPs: Govt

The government Tuesday said it has
received specific inputs about possible attacks by Maoists and
other terrorists on some political leaders and VVIPs.

Home Minister assures to review security cover for VVIPs

Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil
has assured the State Assembly to review the security cover of
VVIPs based on the threat perception.

Forged signatures of VIPs, VVIPs on the rise: Experts

Forging signatures has become so
easy that fraudsters even dared to duplicate those of former
presidents and prime ministers, including late Giani Zail
Singh and Indira Gandhi, for personal benefits, forensic
experts have claimed.

Govt responsible if anything happens to me: Lalu

Reacting angrily to reports that the government proposed to curtail security cover of VVIPs, RJD leader Lalu Prasad on Wednesday said Home Minister P Chindambaram "will be responsible" if anything happens to them.