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Trader extortion heat on Munna
The Telegraph

Trader extortion heat on Munna

A small-time trader in Muzaffarpur has accused former Lalganj MLA Munna Shukla of extortion. Sonu Kumar, a 24-year-old resident of Dharamshala Chowk, has lodged an FIR at Town police station against Shukla and three of his associates for extortion demands of ... The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago

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The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago

Egg snacks biz on a roll

CHANDGARH (AMETHI): At Shukla Bazar of Ambedkar Chowk block, poultry sellers were seen doing brisk business. Around 3pm, Mohammad Iliyas was spotted readying his make-shift shop of eatables made of egg including boiled masala eggs, scramble, ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Mushawarat calls for action against Hindu Maha Sabha leader

New Delhi, 23 April, 2015: Taking a firm stand against the reported statement of the Hindu Mahasabha general secretary Munna Kumar Shukla in Meerut that attacking churches is not illegal and that Taj Mahal should be demolished like the Babri Masjid, ...
 Milli Gazette1 month ago Bishops condemn Hindu Mahasabha statement  UCAN India1 month ago Church attack not illegal: Hindu Mahasabah  UCAN India1 month ago
Times of India

MP Modi and his constituency: Kashi's better, but not fully fit

They remember that evening. An evening when light shimmered in the dark Ganga waters at Dasaswamegh Ghat and Narendra Modi boomed: "Main is dharti pe aaya hoon, kuchh karne ke liye (I have come here to do something). His forehead smeared with ...
 Times of India1 week ago MP Narendra Modi and his constituency: Kashi's better, but not fully fit  Economic Times1 week ago

Lesson Unlearnt: Short Arm of the Law

PATNA:Politicians craving law degrees to enhance their statures as lawmakers is not new, but the recent controversy about Delhi's Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar has brought another embarrassment to the Aam Aadmi Party, known for always claiming ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
MSN News US

Making Perfume From the Rain

In India's state of Uttar Pradesh, the village of Kannauj lies a dusty four-hour drive east of the Taj Mahal, the white-marbled wonder built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third and favorite wife. Empress Mumtaz Mahal died in 1631 ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

PATNA DIARY

Merger winds blow hot & cold The relationship between the two "merged" parties - the RJD and JDU - is the hot topic of discussion in the city's political circles. "In the last week of the Assembly, the members of both parties did not behave like ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Hand gesture leads women to fight

Patna, April 22: The Assembly witnessed some acrimonious scenes when two women MLAs had a heated exchange over a trivial issue. The problem began during Zero Hour, when BJP MLA Bhagirathi Devi raised an issue related to non-payment of dues to the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Jagran Post

Is honesty the best policy? Fables of govt officials who fought corruption on cost of their lives

DK Ravi DK Ravi 2009 batch Karnataka cadre IAS officer, posted as Joint Commissioner, Commercial Tax Department, on 16th March 2015 ended his life by allegedly committing suicide. Ravi was known for taking on land and sand mafia while working as Deputy ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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