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Supreme Court: Dilbag Singh continue as Top Cop in Jammu and Kashmir

Supreme Court: Dilbag Singh continue as Top Cop in Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi: Recently, Supreme Court ordered that Dilbag Singh will be acting as Chief of the Jammu and Kashmir police until the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) takes a decision on the matter. From the bench, Justice Dipak Misra asked the UPSC to take a decision on the “suitability” of senior police officers who can be appointed as the State’s Director General of Police (DGP) within four weeks. It has...

In Germany Mamata Banerjee Played The Accordion. Her Critics Insult

In Germany Mamata Banerjee Played The Accordion. Her Critics Insult

Kolkata: On the visit of  Germany the chief minister  Mamata Banerjee being seen playing the accordion along with a buskar dressed as Mickey Mouse on a street. The video gone viral on social media. Chief Minister of West Bengal was went to Germany to invite investments to the state but she stood with the busker for a minutes and played the tune “We shall overcome.” on it in between the...

Sanjay Nirupam: On My Removal Only Rahul Gandhi can take Decision

Sanjay Nirupam: On My Removal Only Rahul Gandhi can take Decision

Mumbai: Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) president Sanjay Nirupam, assert his loyalty towards Congress president and said that on my removal only Rahul would decide whether he was to be ousted or not. Statements come after the meeting between senior MRCC leaders and Maharashtra Congress in charge Mallikarjun. It is said that that the party apparently demanded Nirupam’s removal as the MRCC president was made. On that basis, other leaders,...

Students of Pondicherry University On Protest Over Campus “Saffronisation”

Students of Pondicherry University On Protest Over Campus “Saffronisation”

Chennai: Since Sunday Morning, a huge number of the group have launched a  protest in Pondicherry University demanding an end to What they alleged was “ Saffronisation” on the Campus. According to the Student they want “6pm curfew” to end for conducting programmes and Wi-Fi restore. Students seeking to meet Vice Chancellor Gurmeet Singh, who they alleged is responsible for the situation they were in. One of the student's leader,...

2 Men Convicted In 2007 Hyderabad Twin Blasts Case To Be Sentenced today

2 Men Convicted In 2007 Hyderabad Twin Blasts Case To Be Sentenced today

Hyderabad: Today, A metropolitan Court will be announced punishment to two Indian Mujahideen operative convicted in the 2007 Hyderabad blasts case. The case was two powerful explosions had ripped through a popular eatery and an open-air theatre in Hyderabad on August 25, 2007, killing 44 people and wondering 68. For the culprits, the prosecution will seek capital punishment and said that Public Prosecutor C Seshu, who represented the Counter Intelligence...

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