Mayawati asked by UP Congress to a BSP MLA

On Friday Uttar Pradesh Congress asked Mayawati Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh to arrest a BSP MLA and his associates for allegedly raping a backward class girl and falsely implicating her in a theft case. Congress state president Rita Bahuguna Joshi told reporters, “A most backward minor girl was raped by BSP MLA Purshottam Narain Dwivedi and his associates in Banda and she was later lodged in the jail on charges of stealing the legislator’s licensed pistol and Rs 5000.” Joshi said, “I demand from the Chief Minister to lodgeRead More

Chief Minister got relief in dumper scam

BHOPAL: On Thursday Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan got a clean-chit from the Lokayukta in the three-year-old dumper scam, an anti-corruption ombudsman investigating the Rs 2 crore scam, reports said. Source say that the allegation was Sadhna wife of Chief Minister named her husband as SR Singh at the time of purchase of dumpers and also gave a false residential address. The contents of the report have not been made public as yet but sources say the chief minister got relief as “nothing significant” was found against himRead More

Higher education department of Bhopal released the list of black listed colleges

BHOPAL: Black listed colleges always were a problem for the students. The Higher Education Department of the Madhya Pradesh government has issued a list of black-listed colleges on its website. The department has marked a star on the name of black-listed colleges in the list of all 360 colleges in the state. These colleges have been black-listed as they do not meet the criteria of NCTE. Share +1 Tweet PinShares 0

Widening of roads in sate capital

BHOPAL: Widening of roads at MP Nagar has been started, the work of widening the roads and squares are going on to make easy and organised traffic way. After making the island of MP Nagar square small and organized, the work of widening the roads of this area has began now. During the process flower sellers and 20 other businessmen have been shifted in front of Amer Palace Hotel. Bhopal Mayor Krishna Gaur had given instruction to Manish Singh, Commissioner of Municipal Corporation for implementing it in the action ofRead More

Professional experience sharing between Britain and India’s police officers

NEW DELHI: Britain’s secret service agencies Sleuths MI5 and MI6 will be sharing their professional experience and expertise with over 100 senior Indian Police Service officers for two weeks from January 3. To attend a two-week training programme, the IPS officers of the ranks of deputy inspector general and inspector general will be staying at Cambridge University, which forms part of their 6-week refresher course at Sardar Vallabhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad. An official statement from O P Jindal Global University, which conducted the police refresher course at NPARead More

Indian National Congress organized 83rd Plenary Session of AICC

AICC 83rd Plenary Session was conducted by Indian National Congress on 20th Dec at Delhi. Dr. Surinder Malhotra president of Indian National Overseas Congress, addressed Indian National congress this is historical occasion for Indian National overseas congress USA. Dr. Surinder Malhotra contribution and his commitment to Indian National Congress was appreciated by the prime minister of India Mr. Manmohan Singh and Congress party President Mrs. Sonia Gandhi and senior Congress leaders present on the occasion. (News Editor- Naushin Gatima Khan) Share +1 Tweet PinShares 0

Aditya Thackeray won the elections in Mumbai University

MUMBAI: The Bharatiya Vidyarthi Sena (BVS) won all the seats in the reserved category while and recieved three out of five seats in the general category. The student body of the Maharashtra Navnirman Vidyarthi Sena (MNVS) got only two seats in the general category. Shiv Sena’s student wing won eight out of the total 10 seats of the Senate, an important decision making body of the university. Aditya Thackeray, the young face of Shiv Sena, emerged victorious in the Mumbai University Senate elections, overcoming the challenge of his uncle MNSRead More

CBI summoned Kalmadi

Suresh Kalmadi, the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Chairman has been summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to appear before it for questioning in connection with the alleged irregularities in the conduct of the 2010 sporting extravaganza. According to reports, the investigating agency is likely to quiz Kalmadi on January 3, 2011. The CBI summons to Kalmadi follows the interrogation of his key aide Lalit Bhanot and political advisor Manoj Bhore on Tuesday. The investigating agency reportedly grilled the duo to throw some light on details about Kalmadi’s roleRead More

12 killed in a crash at Russia

Moscow: In Tula region on Tuesday a Russian military cargo aircraft crashed badly that killed all 12 on board. The aircraft was found missing around 9:30 on Tuesday night. Five hours later the scattered parts of the aircraft was found near the village of Krasny Oktyabr, on its way to Tula region. The committee of Russia’s Investigation has confirmed that all 12 on board were died in the air crash. The officials said that the reason behind the flight crash yet unknown, once they recover the flight records they willRead More

India won the match today at Centurion

India got a sensational 87-run victory against South Africa in the low-scoring second cricket Test to level the three-match series 1-1 in Durban today. Indian bowlers put up a disciplined show to dismiss the hosts for 215 in 72.3 overs about an hour after the lunch break to record only their second Test triumph on South African soil, after setting a target of 303. India had already lost the first Test at Centurion by an innings and 25 runs it showed great character and resilience to demolish the Protease inRead More