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No issue with politicians in BCCI, but funds shouldn't ...
Firstpost.com

No issue with politicians in BCCI, but funds shouldn't be misu...

New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday said that it was not against politicians taking part in the affairs of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) or interfering in its autonomy but only wanted that its activities promoted development ... Firstpost.com, 4 hours ago

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DNA

Tanker scam: Didn't send report to ACB as AAP thought it would misuse it, says water minister Kapil Mishra

The AAP government chose not to send the fact-finding committee report into the alleged multi-crore water tanker scam to the Anti-Corruption Branch for several months as it was "sure" that the LG-appointed chief of the body would "misuse" it politically ...
 DNA2 days ago Tanker scam report not send to ACB as AAP govt thought it  Business Standard2 days ago 'None can influence probe in tanker scam'  Deccan Herald1 week ago Kapil Mishra writes to Police Commissioner for registering FIR  Business Standard1 month ago
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Waikar 'misused' position to get slum rehab contracts: Nirupam

Days after accusing Shiv Sena leader and MoS Housing Ravindra Waikar of "usurping" 20 acres land, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam today alleged that the minister misused his position to secure a slum redevelopment project contract for a firm in which ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Maharashtra CM lays down code of conduct for ministers  MSN India1 week ago After Khadse's exit, Maharashtra CM lays down code of conduct for ministers  First Post.com3 weeks ago Fadnavis lays down code of conduct for ministers  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Business Standard

Kejriwal abusing his position and misusing public money: Cong

The Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Monday lashed out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly wasting taxpayers’ money on newspaper advertisements in an “extravagant and lavish ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Ironic of BJP to talk about AAP's fund misuse: Yogendra Yadav  Business Standard1 week ago Jaitley using position to avenge defeat: Amarinder  Business Standard3 weeks ago Amarinder Singh targets CM Arvind Kejriwal on ads in Punjab  Asian Age1 week ago
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Funds misuse case against IPS officer

The vigilance directorate has registered a case against Manipur-Tripura cadre IPS officer for allegedly misappropriating Rs 88 lakh meant for the training of SC and ST students. Joydeep Nayak, a 1991-batch officer, is a former inspector general of police, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago File criminal case against Khadse, demands Congress  Business Standard3 weeks ago Congress says resignation not enough, demands criminal case against Eknath Khadse  catchnews.com3 weeks ago Opposition demands Eknath Khadse’s resignation  Asian Age1 month ago

Katni collector, excise officer booked for fraud

Katni district collector has been booked by the state Lokayukta Police for allegedly misusing official position, causing a loss of Rs 6 crore to the state coffer, and shunted to the secretariat here. Jabalpur unit of Lokayukta Police yesterday ...
 Business Standard6 days ago
DNA

Strike called off but radiologists rally in Mumbai over 'misuse' of PCPNDT Act

The Maharashtra State Branch of the Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (MSBIRIA) had first called a state-wide indefinite strike on June 14. While it was called off in the rest of the state, it continued in Pune.
 DNA1 week ago
First Post.com

CPI-M misused power to send two Dalit women to jail: Congress in Kerala

The Congress party in Kerala accused the ruling CPI-M in the state of misusing power to send two Dalit women to jail on false charges. The post CPI-M misused power to send two Dalit women to jail: Congress in Kerala appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago CPI-M accused of jailing Dalit women on false charges  Business Standard1 week ago Dalit women jailed for 'beating up CPI-M men' get bail  Prokerala1 week ago

Misuse of funds in Yanam alleged

A team of representatives from the NR Congress Partys Yanam unit headed by the units president and general secretary Velaga Rajeswara Rao and P. Vishnumurthy, respectively, have called on the new Lieutenant Governor at the Raj Bhavan and submitted a detailed ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Rediff.com

'Kejriwal is indulging in political corruption'

'Kejriwal has read the Constitution, still he misused office to benefit his MLAs.''If the BJP and Congress are wrong, does that mean even you will do wrong things?''So how is Kejriwal different from the others?' IMAGE: Arvind Kejriwal's AAP is under flak over the appointment of 21 parliamentary secretaries. Even as the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi helmed by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal battles the Narendra Modi government at the Centre over the appointment of parliamentary ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Kejriwal using public money to build his image: Digvijaya  Business Standard3 weeks ago Arvind Kejriwal using public money to build his image: Congress  Asian Age3 weeks ago
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