held my head high when I walked into that CBI office, a text from Mukul Roy to Mamata Banerjee read. “I held my head high when I walked and while I walked out,” the text message sent to the West Bengal Chief Minister further read.
“Thank you,” was the response by Mamata Banerjee to the text sent to her by her most trusted or many would say former most trusted aide, Mukul Roy.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has found that a Kalimpong meeting in which several high ranking TMC leaders had met with Sudipta Sen was a crucial one and alleged inroads into the state machinery was in fact made after this.
CBI sources probing the Saradha scam told Oneindia that they will go deeper into this meeting and find out if the same was aimed at cozying up to the high ranking state leaders in a bid to continue with the charade called the Saradha scam.
The Delhi elections will see a total of 114 candidates with criminal cases pending against them fighting the polls this year.
cording to a detailed research done by the Delhi Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) in the previous elections to Delhi 130 candidates had declared pending criminal cases against them.
230 out of 673 candidates are crorepatis. During the previous Delhi Assembly elections in 2013, 265 crorepatis and in the 2008 Delhi Assembly elections there were 180 crorepatis.
It came as no surprise when Separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani paid a tributes to the two Hizbul Mujahideen militants who killed decorated Indian army officer Colonel MN Rai and head constable Sanjeev Kumar Singh during an encounter in south Kashmir’s Tral area this week.
There is outrage in the social media for a couple of days and then it dies down. Kashmir separatists have often made such statements since long and one often wonders, why do they still roam around scot free.
The statement by the United States of America that the Taliban is not a terrorist outfit
is shocking indeed, but comes as no surprise.
How often do you witness a scenario where an army pays the enemy for protection on one hand while fighting it on the other.
The Afghan Taliban headed by Mullah Omar is backed by the ISI and is being nurtured to fight against the Tehrik-Taliban and the ISIS in Afghanistan.Read more
The man arrested in Honnali in Davangere is a suspected operative
of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh the same outfit behind the Burdhwan blast, police have learnt.
The police say that it is as per the confession of Mohammad Pabanur Hussain that they found that he was part of the JMB.
The police also point out that he had come to Honnali from West Bengal a month back and was working here as a lorry driver.
He told his employers that he has no family and should be given a job on sympathetic grounds.