HindustanTimes Sat,01 Nov 2014


NIA: Burdwan blast suspect fled to UP from Delhi

The National Investigation Agency probe into the Burdwan blast has reached the capital after it was found that Amjad Ali, one of the prime suspects in the case, fled to Delhi on October 8 before escaping to Uttar Pradesh, sources said.

Rahul steps up Cong revival discussions

The Congress is set to initiate major organisational reforms in the immediate future to stage a comeback as a national party of governance, party sources said.

‘Good luck, daddy!’ says new youngest occupant of Maha CM’s bungalow

As newly-appointed Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis mingled with crowds after the grand swearing-in ceremony of the BJP government at Wankhede Stadium on Friday, his attention was drawn to a five-year-old girl, eagerly awaiting her turn to greet him.

SC may relax J-K model code

The Supreme Court Friday agreed to look into the possibility of relaxing the model code of conduct in poll-bound Jammu and Kashmir to ensure the government’s relief and rehabilitation work in the flood devastated areas is not affected.

UP RS polls: Azam Khan’s wife in the fray

SP chief Mulayam’s former aide Amar Singh failed to secure a place in the party’s list of six candidates to next month’s biennial Rajya Sabha polls which was released on Friday.

Masood case: Approver says he had been forced to lie

Irfan, an accused in the RTI activist Shehla Masood murder case who has now turned approver, on Friday claimed before the trial court here that he did not speak the truth earlier as a co-accused had offered him money and also threatened him if he did otherwise.

Chennai: Milk costlier by Rs. 10 a litre from tomorrow

Amid protests by opposition parties,the Rs. 10 per litre hike in the milk price effected by Tamil Nadu Government comes into force from Saturday.

Chit fund scam: BJD MLA arrested by CBI

In a major development, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday arrested ruling Biju Janata Dal legislator and former Odisha chief whip Prabhat Tripathy for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore chit fund scam by state based Artha Tatwa (AT) group.

Coal scam: Court grants bail to ex-coal secy H C Gupta, others

A special court on Friday granted bail to former coal secretary H C Gupta and four others, including two serving public servants, in a coal blocks allocation scam case.

Anderson died unpunished, say survivors of Bhopal gas tragedy

Organisations working for welfare of survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy today alleged that former Union Carbide Chairman Warren Anderson died unpunished due to protection by the US government and deliberate negligence of Indian government in bringing him to justice.

ATM use over 5 times per month will attract fee now

Using ATMs to withdraw money or for other purposes like balance enquiry beyond five times in a month will attract a levy of Rs. 20 per transaction from Saturday.

Mumbai: Congress objects to godmen at Fadnavis's swearing-in ceremony

The Congress on Friday objected to the presence of a galaxy of religious and spiritual leaders at the swearing-in ceremony of the Devendra Fadnavis ministry in Mumbai.

‘Kiss of love’ in Kochi: HC refuses to intervene

The Kerala High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the proposed ‘Kiss of Love’ drive in Kochi on Nov 2 being organized by a group of youngsters to protest against moral policing after the state government ensured that it would take adequate measures to maintain law and order.

Explain 1984 riot victim compensation: EC to govt

The Election Commission has sought explanation from the home ministry for deciding on a fresh compensation for 1984 anti-Sikh riots during the model code of conduct because of by-polls in the three assembly segments in the Capital.

Cyclone Nilofar fizzles out, even heavy rain ruled out

Much hyped cyclonic storm Nilofar, which was supposed to slam coastal areas in Gujarat on Saturday, has completely fizzled out as the Met department has now withdrawn its warning to the state.
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