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Centre keeps vigil on situation in Saharanpur--Rajnath


New Delhi, Jul 28 (UNI) The Centre was keeping a close vigil over improvement of the situation in riot hit Saharanpur town of Uttar Pradesh, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said.

   In a chat with the media here today, Mr Singh held that in Saharanpur situation was fully under control.

: 28/07/2014 | : 8:38 PM |



     

Rajnath refuses to entertain Cong demand on bugging issue


New Delhi, Jul 28 (UNI) Refusing to entertain the demand from the opposition Congress for a probe in the alleged bugging of residence of Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said Mr Gadkari himself has denied the reports of spying.

   On being asked by mediapersons whether the Home Ministry would initiate any probe into the reports of bugging Mr Singh said, "Since Gadkari himself has denied, we have nothing to say on it."

: 28/07/2014 | : 8:48 PM |



     

Modi’s fan base swells in Pakistan, Lahore impressed by ‘low cost’ Guj


Karachi, Jul 28 (UNI) Fan club of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is swelling in Pakistan particularly in Lahore where plans are afoot to develop Ravi River front on the lines of Sabarmati in Ahmedabad.

    Lahore officials visited Ahmedabad this month and their findings that the cost of Gujarat model is "too low" has added to Modi’s aura and increased his fan base.

: 28/07/2014 | : 6:30 PM |



     

Single-judge bench orders CID inquiry into Tapas Pal's remarks


Kolkata, Jul 28 (UNI) A single-judge bench of Calcutta High Court today ordered a CID inquiry into Trinmool Congress MP Tapas Pal's controversial remarks warning the rival Communist party, while addressing its party supporters at a northern district of the state recently.

   The case came up before the High Court after a string of petitions was filed before the court praying that the state police should take suo motu action and register an FIR against Pal, who had tendered a written apology to his party and the media for his remarks.

: 28/07/2014 | : 6:25 PM |



     

UP CM recommends CBI probe in Mohanlalganj woman murder case


Lucknow, Jul 28 (UNI) Annoyed with the loopholes in the investigation by the state police, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today recommended a CBI probe into the Mohanlalganj murder case where a 36-year-old woman was brutally killed on the night of July 16 after she resisted rape bid.

   State Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan said here today that the CM has ordered for a CBI probe into the case.

: 28/07/2014 | : 3:54 PM |



     

Adanis get approval for coal mining, rail projects in Australia


New Delhi, Jul 28 (UNI) The Australian Government has given environmental approval to Adani Mining’s 16.5 billion dollar Carmichael Coal Mine and Rail Infrastructure project in Queensland.

   The Carmichael project involves open cut and underground coal mining in the north Galilee Basin which will produce 60 million tonnes of thermal coal per year as well as 189 kilometres of new rail infrastructure.

: 28/07/2014 | : 6:31 PM |











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