Assaulted Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Ranjay died on Thursday, leaving India red-faced even as it sidestepped Pakistan’s demand for an international probe into the killing.
Bank officials' advices of splitting deposits to evade taxes, as exposed in a sting operation by an online news portal, are "undesirable loose talks" but there is no apparent criminality, SBI Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri said today.
Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Ranjay who was in a hospital in Chandigarh after being attacked in a Jammu jail last week died Thursday morning, doctors said.
Much before the Saradha chit fund scam came to the fore, as early as October 8, 2012, the Intelligence Bureau had written to the government about the illegal financial activities of chit fund companies.
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Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Haq today suffered a kidney failure, said officials of the PGIMER, Chandigarh. According to PGIMER his condition is "far worse than Tuesday night". HT reports.
The condition of Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Haq, injured in a scuffle with another inmate in a Jammu jail, remained critical today even as Pakistan high commissioner Salman Bashir visited him in Chandigarh.
The high commissioner of Pakistan will visit Chandigarh tomorrow to see a Pakistani prisoner admitted in a critical condition at the PGIMER in Chandigarh, a diplomat said, even as his condition continued to be critical.
He was seen as an amiable, non-controversial politician, who rose from the small city of Chandigarh having just one Lok Sabha seat to become a key member of the Manmohan Singh-led UPA government while still maintaining his clean image.
Sarabjit Singh, the Indian prisoner who died after a murderous attack in a Lahore jail, was cremated at his hometown in Bhikiwind today amid jostling crowds of tearful mourners.
In a special session, the Punjab assembly today unanimously passed a resolution declaring Sarabjit Singh as national martyr and sought an impartial investigation by an international agency into his "merciless" attack in a Pakistani jail.
Hundreds of people flocked to this dusty Punjab town since early Friday to catch a last glimpse of Sarabjit Singh, the Indian prisoner who was killed in a brutal attack in a prison in Lahore, Pakistan.
Gopal Dass, who was released by the Pakistan government in April 2011 after 27 years in jail on espionage charges, is convinced there was a “deep conspiracy” by terrorist outfits to kill Sarabjit Singh.