Mahadevi Koppad’s phone has been buzzing since Tuesday afternoon with calls and messages from well-wishers, friends and representatives of various offices. Many people have come forward to offer her jobs and others have urged the government to act. “All this support is for my husband. I am proud to be his wife.
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He was a hero in every sense and I feel proud that people have not forgotten him. I am thankful to everyone who extended support. Many have called me since yesterday and I am overwhelmed,” she said speaking to OneIndia on Wednesday morning.
Convicted AIADMK interim general secretary Sasikala Natarajan has been ordered to pay a fine by the Supreme Court of India.
In the case of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, the case stood abated since she is no more, but the fine of Rs 100 crore imposed on her too will have to be recovered. So who will get this money once it is recovered?
There is no dearth of technology and terrorists appear to use it to their advantage, it apepars.
The investigation conducted by the National Investigation Agency in the Islamic State related case in India has revealed that the accused persons had used a host of services to stay in touch, plot and then attack.
Sasikala Natarajan will have to spent an additional 13 months in jail if she fails to pay the fine of Rs 10 crore imposed on her by the Supreme Court of India which convicted her in the disproportionate assets case.
A circular was issued on Tuesday which directed her to pay the fine failing which she would have to spend 13 months in jail apart from the 3.6 year sentence she is serving since the past week.
It has been a week since AIADMK interim general secretary Sasikala Natarajan was convicted and sent to the Bengaluru central prison after being convicted in the Rs 66.65 crore disproportionate assets case. The media is going to town with stories on what she wears and what she eats and that she is desperately seeking a transfer to a jail in Tamil Nadu.
A prisoner swap programme is available and if both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu agree for a transfer. However, with a (Tamil Nadu) government in place that is so ‘friendly’ to her, the chances are remote.
The military is his life. So I pledge to support my hero and stand among the silent ranks known as The MILITARY WIFE.
This is a line extracted from a beautiful, touching and very thought provoking poem known as, ‘The Silent Ranks’.
OneIndia is running a campaign to ensure that Mahadevi gets a job as promised by the government of Karnataka.
The campaign also seeks that the memorial for the braveheart comes up at the earliest.
Chief Justice of India, J S Khehar has passed an order based on a letter addressed by the wife of former Arunachal Pradesh chief minister, Kalhiko Pul. The former CM had allegedly committed suicide on August 19 2016.
Dangwimsai Pul wrote to the Chief Justice of India seeking an FIR into the allegations made by her late husband. She had also sought an independent probe.
Shamshul Huda,the man arrested in Nepal for his alleged link to the train sabotage case in India had contested unsuccessfully on a Madhesi Party ticket. He had contested the elections held in Nepal, but lost badly.
This resulted in huge financial losses which forced him to deal in fake Indian currency.
Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik, who runs the Islamic Research Foundation has informed the Enforcement Directorate that he is ready to give his statement through video-conferencing.
An ED officials however informed OneIndia that the offer will be rejected.
New Delhi, Feb 21: India has received a positive response from the United Kingdom on extraditions.
This would mean that the extradition of liquor baron Vijay Mallya is likely to happen soon, sources said.