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Fresh and explosive claims demand probe of judge Loya’s death

Journalist Niranjan Takle, former high court judge BG Kolse Patil and Uday Gaware, former president of Latur Bar Association, make a strong case in favour of a probe into sudden death of judge Loya. Inquire into the property acquired by MB Gosavi, the CBI court judge who acquitted Amit Shah in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case, demanded Uday Gaware, former president of the Latur Bar Association. He was speaking at a public meeting organised by All India People’s Forum in the national capital

PM Modi says role of business & industry is crucial in transformation of ties between India & Israel

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the role of business and industry is crucial in the transformation of ties between India and Israel.  Speaking at India-Israel Business Summit in New Delhi yesterday, Mr Modi said, it is the combined efforts of the industry of two countries that will add real value to interaction between him and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  Mr Modi invited investments from Israeli companies saying India has

ED has no jurisdiction yet continues to misuse its powers: P. Chidambaram

P. Chidambaram In a press Statement on Saturday P. Chidambaram also said that "This morning the Enforcement Directorate searched my residence in Delhi as well as my family's residence in Chennai. Nothing was found. The panchnamas speak for themselves." Shri P. Chidambaram said yesterday, the Supreme Court issued notices to the ED in cases where

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Bihar: 28 persons,including 10 women arrested for attacking CM Nitish Kumar's cavalcade

In Bihar, at least 28 persons, including 10 women, have so far been arrested in connection with the attack on the cavalcade of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Buxar district two days ago.  Buxar Superintendent of Police Rakesh Kumar said on Sunday that a total of five FIRs have been registered in connection with the incident against 99 named persons and 500 to 700 unnamed ones. While 28 of them have been arrested, efforts are on to nab the others," the police officer said.

 

Former Judges of SC and HC agree with the four Judges

Former Judge of Supreme Court of India, Justice P.B. Sawant (Retd.) and former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court A.P. Shah (Retd.), along with two other former judges of High Courts, penned a letter to Chief Justice Dipak Misra, supporting the four senior judges of the Supreme Court who went public with their difference with CJI Misra.“We agree with the four


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* Ex-judges, lawyers rush to broker truce between the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and 4 senior judges of the Supreme Court who are pitted against each other is the story that dominates headlines in most of the dailies 0n Monday morning. "Parleys on among Supreme Court judges, lawyer bodies. CJI assures Bar council team that the crisis would be sorted out soon" leads the Statesman. In a related story the Times of India reveals that "15 'super sensitive' cases in the past 20 years went to junior Supreme Court judges".
* Referring to special CBI judge Brij Mohan Loya who died in 2014 while hearing the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case the Indian Express writes "Son says Loya died natural death, no doubt in family"
* All the papers carry reports and photographs of PM Narendra Modi welcoming his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara. Netanyahu is in India on a six day tour seen as key to India-Israel ties. "Bonhomie beyond borders" is the caption above the photograph of the two Prime Ministers in the Business Standard.
* The Goods and Services Tax (GST) council has lined up a slew of relief measures, including simplifying procedures for returns filing and relaxation on agriculture implements reports DNA.
* "Goodbye Am,
* Tax-free rupees 20 lakhs gratuity for formal sector workers to be a reality soon informs the Tribune. At present workers with five or more years of service are eligible for rupees 10 lakh tax-free gratuity after leaving job or at superannuation.

 

Cabinet ministers should ‘speak up’ like SC judges: Yashwant Sinha

Sinha said if four senior-most Supreme Court judges say democracy is under threat, we have to take their words very seriously.  Firing a fresh salvo at the government, disgruntled BJP leader Yashwant Sinha on Saturday asked his party colleagues and


Bar Council of India forms 7-member delegation to mediate between Supreme Court judges

Bar Council of India, BCI, has constituted a seven-member delegation, who will meet the judges of the Supreme Court to resolve the issue raised by the four senior-most Judges during a press conference yesterday. The BCI today met in New Delhi and unanimously decided to form a delegation which will meet the Judges tomorrow over the matter. Addressing media after the meeting, the BCI Chairman,

 

Satyam case: Sebi bans Price Waterhouse entities from issuing audit certificates for 2 yrs

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has barred auditor major Price Waterhouse's network entities from issuing audit certificates to any listed company in India for two years after finding it guilty in the multi-crore Satyam scam.  It also ordered disgorgement of over 13 crore rupees wrongful gains from the audit major and it's two erstwhile partners who worked on the IT major's accounts.

 

 

World Bank projects India's growth rate at 7.3 per cent in 2018

World Bank has projected India's growth rate at 7(point)3 per cent in 2018 and 7(point)5 for the next two years. In its 2018 Global Economics Prospect released in Washington last night, the World Bank said, India has enormous growth potential compared to other emerging economies as an ambitious government undertakes comprehensive

 

SC to hear plea for probe into judge BH Loya's death

The Supreme Court will hear today a plea seeking an independent probe into the death of special CBI Judge BH Loya. A bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, yesterday took note of the submission seeking an urgent hearing on the plea for a probe into Loya's death. 
 

Cold and dense fog sweeps northern and eastern India

Cold wave and dense fog sweeping northern India tightened its grip in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana and parts of Himachal Pradesh. Dense fog forced the Indian Railways to cancel 22 trains, and reschedule another eight. It also delayed 45 north-bound trains. The Met office said, Delhi recorded the season's lowest minimum temperature at 4.2

 

 

India today is free, but once again it is under threat, says Rahul Gandhi

Addressing the Indian diaspora in Bahrain on Monday, after taking over as Congress president, he assured the N R I community that he would give a “new shining Congress party” in the next six months. Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday slammed the government for allegedly dividing people on the basis of caste and religion and converting the anger of

 

 

 

Ex- Finmeccanica CEO Giuseppe Orsi acquitted of graft charges in chopper deal

An Italian appeals court has acquitted Giuseppe Orsi, the former president of defence and aerospace giant Finmeccanica, over charges of alleged bribes paid in exchange for a Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper deal to sell 12 Agusta Westland helicopters to the Indian government.
 

 

Modi Government needs to assure the nation about the steps being taken to protect, preserve and strengthen India’s National Security: Congress
In a Press Statement issued on Monday, Shri Randeep Singh Surjewala, In-Charge, Communications, AICC said that,India's National Security is being compromised by Modi Government Scrapping of Rs 32000 Crore ‘Make in India’ Minesweeper Project & Modi Govt’s opaqueness on INS Arihant are two glaring examples of this compromise. Modi

 

 

NITI Aayog says prospect of country's GDP growth to be more robust in 2018-19

NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar has said that the country's GDP growth will become more robust in 2018-19. He was reacting to the growth estimates of 2017-18 released by the Central Statistics Office yesterday. Mr Kumar said the second half GDP growth in 2017-18 has risen to 7 percent, bringing the annual growth rate to 6.5 percent.  NITI Aayog