In AgustaWestland case, a 12 million Euro payout to Italian political party under scanner

img_0004-2New Delhi, Dec 10: The Central Bureau of Investigation has learnt that alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland case, James Christian Michel had moved his contacts in India through the various international phone numbers he had.

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225 terrorists killed in J&K and the locals played a big role in it

indianarmy333New Delhi, Dec 9: More than 225 terrorists have been killed in Jammu and Kashmir so far this year, Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Ranbir Singh has said.

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Why is the ED catching up to Robert Vadra

robertvadraNew Delhi, Dec 7: Two days after he was summoned, the Enforcement Directorate has conducted raids at three offices belonging to Robert Vadra. The raids are being conducted in connection with a money-laundering probe.

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India’s Witness Protection Scheme explained

New Delhi, Dec 7: On Thursday, the Supreme Court passed an important order in which it approved the Centre’s draft witness protection scheme. Further the court asked all the states to implement it until the Parliament came up with a legislation.

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AgustaWestland: 12 million Euros was set aside to lobby with ‘family’

New Delhi, Dec 6: James Christian Michel, who is now in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation faced his first round of interrogation.

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With Naidu deciding to stay on longer, TRS invokes Telangana sentiment

kcrnaiduHyderabad, Dec 4: The Telangana battle is on and the fight is between the two chief ministers of the Telugu states. The campaign started out with the TRS targeting the Congress and rightly so as it considers the grand old party as its main rival in Telangana.

Telangana’s richest candidate is worth Rs 314 crore, second is BSP man valued at Rs 182 cr

komatireddy-rajagopal-reddyHyderabad, Dec 4: Out of the 1,777 candidates analysed in the Telangana assembly elections, 368 have declared pending criminal cases against them.
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Amidst policy paralysis, these are the names in contention for a new CBI chief

New Delhi, Dec 4: Amidst the denial that the government is looking to appoint an officer of Special Duty to overcome the policy paralysis in the Central Bureau of Investigation, the hunt for the next chief is already on.

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Dikats from across the border: How women are laying honey traps on officials

Srinagar, Dec 3: An intelligence based operation had recently led to the arrest of Shazia Syed, a woman in her early 30s from Bandipora in Jammu and Kashmir. Further investigation revealed that she was leading an army of women in laying honey traps.

Super Sunday: 6 terrorists killed, toll reaches 233 and the year hasn’t ended

indianarmy333Srinagar, Dec 3: It was a super Sunday for the security forces. The forces managed to gun down six terrorists on a single day in an encounter that took place at the Shopian district.

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