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Delhi: 43 FIRs for poll code violations

Jan-16-2015 | 0 Comments

Delhi: 43 FIRs for poll code violations NEW DELHI: As many as 43 FIRs have so far been lodged against different political parties in the capital for violation of the model code of conduct.

"Eighteen FIRs have been registered against Aam Aadmi Party and 12 against BJP for violation of the poll code. Eight and three FIRs have been regi... Read Full Story »

Delhi: 43 FIRs for poll code violations

Jan-16-2015 | 0 Comments

Delhi: 43 FIRs for poll code violations NEW DELHI: As many as 43 FIRs have so far been lodged against different political parties in the capital for violation of the model code of conduct.

"Eighteen FIRs have been registered against Aam Aadmi Party and 12 against BJP for violation of the poll code. Eight and three FIRs have been regi... Read Full Story »

Gang shops from malls, 5-star hotels with fake demand drafts, busted

Jan-16-2015 | 0 Comments

Gang shops from malls, 5-star hotels with fake demand drafts, busted MUMBAI: The Colaba police have busted a six-member gang that shopped from various malls and five-star hotels across the country by furnishing fake demand drafts (DDs). The gang includes a senior citizen and two sisters.

Police identified the accused as Ashok Mehta (63), sisters Mini (21) and Ti... Read Full Story »

Muslims upset over latest Charlie edition

Jan-16-2015 | 0 Comments

Muslims upset over latest Charlie edition MUMBAI: While Muslim community leaders and intellectuals condemn the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine, they are upset over reprinting of Prophet Muhammad's cartoon on its cover.

They said the killing of the magazine's staff, including its editor, was barbaric bu... Read Full Story »

Police launch drive to rid campuses of drugs

Jan-16-2015 | 0 Comments

Police launch drive to rid campuses of drugs MUMBAI: The police have launched a campaign to end the problem of drugs being available and consumed freely near several city colleges. The anti-narcotics cell is involving students in creating awareness, and in some cases seeking information from them on drug peddling. The police have adopted five colleges i... Read Full Story »

HC sets aside MLC’s election

Jan-14-2015 | 0 Comments

HC sets aside MLC’s election MUMBAI: The Bombay HC on Tuesday set aside the election of member of legislative council (MLC) Jayawantrao Jadhav of the NCP. Justice Rajesh Ketkar declared Shiv Sena's Shivaji Shahane as the MLC elected from the Nashik Local Authorities Members' Constituency. The elections were held in 2012. "Shahane is decl... Read Full Story »

Greater flexibility in state-appointed panel’s choice-based credit system

Jan-14-2015 | 0 Comments

Greater flexibility in state-appointed panel’s choice-based credit system MUMBAI: A state-appointed committee had recommended the choice-based credit system (CBCS) for all public universities in the state a few months before the University Grants Commission (UGC) came up with its latest guideline. The proposed model for universities in the state was more flexible than the one sugge... Read Full Story »

Temasek eyes fan business of Crompton Greaves

Jan-14-2015 | 0 Comments

Temasek eyes fan business of Crompton Greaves MUMBAI: Singapore investor Temasek Holdings has emerged as frontrunner to buy a $200-million stake in the about to be demerged consumer products business of CromptonGreaves, controlled by billionaire GautamThapar, according to multiple sources directly familiar with the matter.

Temasek and Cro... Read Full Story »

Dying declaration cannot be made in kin, friend’s presence

Aug-28-2014 | 0 Comments

Dying declaration cannot be made in kin, friend’s presence MUMBAI: No relative or friend should be present while the dying declaration of a victim is recorded, the Bombay high court has said.

A division bench of Justice Vijaya Kapse Tahilramani and Justice A R Joshi acquitted a mother-son duo from Pune of bride burning charges, saying the victim's dyi... Read Full Story »

Corporators want free sea link ride, ticketless entry into national park

Aug-28-2014 | 0 Comments

Corporators want free sea link ride, ticketless entry into national park MUMBAI: After getting free AC bus passes, corporators want a toll-free travel on Bandra-Worli Sea Link and also free visits to Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

At present, one-way toll for the sea link is Rs 55 and for two-way, it is Rs 83, while the national park charges Rs 50 to allow vehicle ins... Read Full Story »

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