A former managing director of Alstom Transport India, the first person to face charges in connection with a bribery investigation into the UK subsidiary of the French train and turbine giant, will appear in court next month.
A shrill scream welcomed me in the morning as I entered the ladies compartment of the Delhi metro. Unknowingly I had stepped onto someone's foot, and the nasty look which I received from the 'victim' convinced me I had committed a grave crime.
Former DMRC chief E Sreedharan on Tuesday trashed reports that some its officials or agents either received or agreed to receive bribes from train and turbine giant Alstom, saying tender scrutinising process is very strict and cannot be influenced by bribing.
Ministry of External Affairs today received a report by African envoys expressing concern over attacks on their nationals, prompting the government to assure them that there was "zero-tolerance" against targeting of any particular nationality and necessary action will taken in the matter.
A total of 144 male passengers travelling illegally in female-only coaches have been apprehended in two days after the CISF launched a special "operation Kali" for enhancing women security in Delhi Metro.
Police on Tuesday barricaded several roads in the Lutyens zone and shut down Race Course Road metro station to prevent protesters from reaching 12 Tughlaq Road bungalow for a planned meeting demanding its conversion into a memorial of former prime minister Charan Singh.