The CBI will inform the Supreme Court on Tuesday about the arrest of one of its coal scam investigators, Superintendent of Police Vivek Dutt, who was arrested by the agency’s internal vigilance wing on Friday on bribery charges in an unrelated case.
The FBI will share investigation details of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombing with the Indian home ministry delegation led by Sushil Shinde on the margins of the Homeland Security dialogue. Home minister Shinde, who will be meeting his counterpart Janet Napolitano, left Delhi for US on May 19 and is expected back on May 26.
In yet another incident of crime against women, a 17-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped, drugged and raped by three youths, including a minor, in northeast Delhi’s New Usmanpur.
The Enforcement Directorate will “look with interest” at instances, if any, of tainted money being sent abroad through the illegal hawala channel in the Saradha Realty case, of which, there is significant possibility, ED sources told HT.
After the East Delhi Municipal Corporation last week said it was planning to seal ‘illegal’ cell phone towers which have come up without requisite permission, the Cellular Operator Association of India (COAI) said all towers in the city have the required permission.
A major fire broke out at a Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) office on Monday morning. A fire service official said no one was injured in the incident.
The Congress on Monday removed eight zonal presidents, including two union ministers Jitin Prasada and RPN Singh, in politically important Uttar Pradesh and handed over the charge to local leaders.
Appointment of teachers in primary schools on ad hoc basis by various state governments without following proper qualification criteria on Monday drew flak from the Supreme Court which said that such policies are spoiling the entire education system and future of the country.
The secretary general of the All Indian Railway Protection Force Association has sent a defamation notice to CBI director Ranjit Sinha on the charge of making false allegations against him.
A new exposé by a website, founded by journalist Ashish Khetan, claims to have evidence of how India’s anti-terror police framed 13 innocent Muslims, trumping up charges and withholding crucial evidence. Zia Haq
A man accused of rape can be convicted only if he has a malafide intention of not fulfilling a promise of marrying the victim, the Supreme Court Monday said, describing the crime as an assault on the “body and privacy of the victims”.
A second accused in the December 16 gangrape case on Monday complained in a special court that he has been unwell for the past few days.
The CBI has arrested one more accused in the cash-for-lucrative railway postings scam wherein former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal’s nephew Vijay Singla is charged with seeking a bribe from suspected railway official Mahesh Kumar.
Confronted with a growing trade imbalance, India and China on Monday inked a slew of pacts, listed a host of measures and pitched for greater Chinese investment in India aimed at addressing the issue.
Scorching hot conditions prevailed in several parts of India on Monday, with the maximum temperature crossing 45°C at many places, and the weather expected to get hotter in the next few days.