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Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020
Aloke Tikku

Aloke Tikku

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Aloke Tikku has covered internal security, transparency and politics for Hindustan Times. He has a keen interest in legal affairs and dabbles in data journalism.

articles by Aloke Tikku (1511 results)
Aug 24, 2016 23:59
The Centre may have opened India to persecuted religious minorities from neighbouring Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh but it does not intend lowering its guard. read more
Aug 23, 2016 10:53
The bill doesn’t differentiate between people who collude with officials and those who are forced to pay up, say activists read more
Aug 20, 2016 22:35
The National Democratic Alliance government on Saturday appointed Essar Shipping managing director Anoop Kumar Sharma to head the state-run Shipping Corporation of India. read more
Aug 20, 2016 00:35
A law that makes it difficult to get a divorce may not have kept unhappy married couples together. Census data released this week suggests these couples were splitting up anyway, without a divorce. read more
Aug 19, 2016 23:42
The government on Friday cancelled the one year extension of IPS officer Sanjeev Kumar Singh, inspector general in the National Investigation Agency (NIA). read more
Aug 17, 2016 18:47
The proposed consolidation of public sector banks will not take place purely on merit but will be influenced by extraneous factors including the political environment, Banks Board Bureau chairman Vinod Rai said. read more
Aug 17, 2016 15:42
Najma Heptulla, who resigned as a Union minister last month, was appointed the governor of Manipur on Wednesday. read more
Aug 17, 2016 07:47
Banks Board Bureau chief and former CAG Vinod Rai on Tuesday defended government officials going on private trips at the tax payers’ expense, suggesting that it was one of the perks of being in the civil service. read more
Aug 13, 2016 10:08
Three home guards killed in last year’s terror strike in Gurdaspur and four officers of the Mumbai Fire Brigade are among those who will be awarded the President’s gallantry medals this year. read more