Daily Bulletin: On last day of campaigning, Modi to be in MP, Rahul in Himachal; SIT to probe Vidyasagar statue vandalism; day's top stories
Today's top stories: On last day of campaigning ahead of Phase 7, Narendra Modi will be in Madhya Pradesh and Rahul in Himachal; an SIT formed by the Kolkata police will begin probe into the Vidyasagar statue vandalism case; Madhya Pradesh CEO will file a report on Pragya Singh Thakur's remark on Nathuram Godse; and more.
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Supreme Court extends deadline for SIT by two more months to complete probe into 186 cases
The Supreme Court on Friday granted two more months to the special investigation team to complete its probe into 186 cases of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Days after deletion of voters' row surfaces, AP Police forms SIT, registers data theft case against Cyberabad co
Andhra Pradesh Police filed a case and formed SIT to probe alleged theft of data from TDP's Seva Mitra app by a Cyberabad-based company, days after the Election Commission gets 8 lakh requests to delete voters names
Hamstrung by BS Yeddyurappa's obsession with toppling govt, Karnataka BJP faces uphill battle in LS polls
Ever since suffering the humiliation of being a ‘three-day chief minister’ after the May 2018 Assembly elections threw up a hung verdict, BS Yeddyurappa has been trying desperately to engineer defections from the Congress to regain power
Karnataka 'audiogate': BS Yeddyurappa's opposition to SIT probe at odds with BJP's denial of bribery charges
The 'audiogate' rocked the Legislative Assembly on Monday with Kumaraswamy announcing a comprehensive special investigation team (SIT) probe into the ‘Operation Kamala’ clip, whereas BJP lodged a strong opposition to the same.
The Haridwar police have arrested the prime accused Sardar Hardev and his son Sukka in Jhabrera in connection with the deaths that occurred due to consumption of illicit liquor or hooch in Uttarkhand's Roorkee.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to monitor the ongoing CBI investigation into the Saradha chit fund scam in West Bengal
Uttar Pradesh govt constitutes five-member SIT to investigate hooch tragedy; two arrested in Kushinagar
The Uttar Pradesh government constituted a Special Investigation Team to probe recent deaths due to consumption of illicit liquor in Saharanpur, Kushinagar
Uttar Pradesh govt sets up SIT to investigate 1984 Kanpur riots; panel to submit report in six months
The Uttar Pradesh government has constituted an Special Investigation Team to probe the circumstances that led to riots in Kanpur in 1984 following the assassination of then prime minister Indira Gandhi, an official release said Tuesday night.
A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice VK Rao also issued notice to the agency and sought its response on the plea which contended that such activities are "very dangerous for the country".
The three accused personal secretaries, Ramnaresh Tripathi, Santosh Awashti and Om Prakash Kashyap, were identified as personal secretaries of Minister of State for Mining, Excise and Prohibition Archana Pandey, Minister of State for Backward Class Welfare Om Prakash Rajbhar and Minister of State for Basic, Secondary and Higher Education Sandeep Singh, respectively.
'Subodh Kumar Singh reason behind Bulandshahr violence': Accused Shikhar Agarwal blames UP cop for riots, says he threatened to kill
Shikhar Agarwal, who is one of the accused in the Bulandshahr violence case, has released a video in which he is seen blaming slain Uttar Pradesh police inspector Subodh Kumar Singh for the alleged cow slaughter violence in the district.
Daily Bulletin: Christian Michel in five-day CBI remand in AgustaWestland case; SIT to submit report on Bulandshahr violence; Babri Masjid demolition anniversary; day's top stories
6 December, 2018: AugstaWestland middleman Christian Michel to be quizzed by CBI during for five days; SIT to submit report on Bulandshahr violence today; security hightened in Ayodhya ahead of Babri Masjid demolition anniversary; here are the top stories for the day.
2002 Gujarat riots case: Supreme Court to hear Zakia Jafri's plea against Narendra Modi clean chit in January
Zakia, the wife of Ehsan Jafri, an ex-MP who was killed in one of the worst incidents during the riots, has challenged the Gujarat High Court's October 5, 2017 order rejecting her plea against the SIT's decision.
SC defers Zakia Jafri's plea over Gujarat riots case till January: All you need to know about Gulbarg Society massacre
Ahmedabad court on Thursday convicted 24 people and pronounced 36 others as innocent in the sensational Gulbarg Society massacre case in Gujarat in which 69 people, including former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, were brutally killed in 2002 in Ahmedabad.
The Supreme Court also asked the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the CBI to file their updated status reports on pending coal scam cases and the stages of their trial.
PMO refuses to give information on black money brought from abroad; claims disclosure may impede inquiries
The PMO's response came after the Central Information Commission, in an order passed on 16 October, had asked it to provide details on black money within 15 days.
Lankesh, 55, the editor of Lankesh Patrike, was shot dead outside her residence in the city's suburb by unidentified assailants on 5 September, 2017.