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Madhya Pradesh IPS officer's transfer stirs row

The transfer of Superintendent of Police Gaurav Tiwari, who uncovered a Rs 500 crore hawala scam in Katni district of Madhya Pradesh, has kicked up a political row in the state and an employees union has threatened an indefinite strike.While on the one hand, ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Shortage of over 1,400 IAS, 900 IPS officers in country: Govt

There is shortage of over 1,400 IAS and 900 IPS officers in the country, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on 22 March. There are 4,926 officers of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) as against their total authorised strength of 6,396, leaving a vacancy of ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago

19th Asian Security Conference amid India's security inconsistencies

Col Anil Bhat, VSM (Retd.) New Delhi [India], Mar. 15 (ANI): The 19th Asian Security Conference of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) held from March 6-8, on the subject Combating Terrorism: Evolving an Asian Response, featured an ...
 Sify1 week ago
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MP train blast: Accused trio learnt bomb making online, claims police

The three "Islamic State-radicalised" youths arrested for their alleged roles in the Bhopal-Ujjain train blast case had learnt bomb-making from the terror outfit's online magazine 'Inspire,' said a police official on Thursday. The examination of the remnants of the pipe bomb planted on the train by the accused also revealed that "ISIS now in India" was written over it, the senior police official added. "The arrested youths have admitted that they were influenced by the IS ideology and have ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

SIT probing anti-Sikh riots cases questions Sajjan Kumar

The SIT, which is re-investigating 58 cases of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, has questioned Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in connection with the murder of a father- son duo in West Delhi. Kumar was interrogated in the case of murder of Jaswant Singh and his son ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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MP CM Shivraj Chouhan urges ED to probe Rs 500 crores 'hawala' racket

Commenting on the ongoing protests in Katni following the transfer of Superintendent of Police (SP) Gaurav Tiwari who was investigating a Rs. 500-crore hawala racket, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday urged that the matter should ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Will Najeeb Jung be the next vice-president?

Relations between an elected government of Delhi and the LG can never be cordial: It is just the way the relationship is structured.Aditi Phadnis reports.   Few offer their resignation when it is not sought. The National Democratic Alliance government concedes it was taken by surprise when Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung quit and announced he would like to go back to academia and the world of books. For a man who has had a passion for public service from the day he started working, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
DNA

Cuffs on Kareena's I-T account hacker

According to police, they found that the account had been hacked from an IP address in another state, following which a Mumbai police team was sent to Madhya Pradesh
 DNA2 months ago
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