Monday, April 25th, 2016

 

How Mumbai police busted the false Allegations of Kanhaiya and stopped further drama

Mumbai police on Sunday refused and busted allegations by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students’ union leader Kanhaiya Kumar that a fellow passenger on a flight had attempted to strangle him. Earlier in the day, Kumar alleged a person tried to strangle him when he boarded a flight from Mumbai to Pune. He also claimed the attacker was a member of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Shabana Azmi jumped offboard and supported Kanhaiya before even police investigated. However, Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order), Mumbai, Deven Bharti, denied theRead More


Expose: Italian court says Manmohan Singh blocked info, which hinders VVIP chopper scam Investigation

AgustaWestland, a subsidiary of the Italian firm Finmeccanica at the time, was the firm that in 2010 won the contract to supply 12 choppers to India for Rs 3,600 crore, specifically to fly the President, Vice-President and Prime Minister at high altitudes.In 2013, Italian prosecutors accused Finmeccanica executives of paying bribes to Indian officials, including former air force chief S.P. Tyagi and his brothers, through Michel and another middleman, Ralph Haschke, to swing the deal. In 2013, Italian prosecutors accused Finmeccanica executives of paying bribes to Indian officials, including formerRead More


Chief Justice of India cries in front of Modi, with previous govts failed, only Modi is hope for judiciary now?

Did the UPA has betrayed the judiciary? While addressing the inaugural session of Joint Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts, Cheif Justice of India TS Thakur said that since 1987, when the Law Commission had recommended increase in the number of judges from then 10 judges per 10 lakh people to 50, “nothing has moved”. When the Chief Justice of India starts crying in front of Modi saying only Modi can help them now, you know something is wrong. This clearly shows the interest UPA showedRead More