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CBI Court defers verdict in Dumka fodder case

The Special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Ranchi on Saturday deferred verdict in Dumka treasury case, involving former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD Chief Lalu Prasad, to March 19.The court was set to pronounce the judgment in this fourth fodder scam today.Lalu is already serving jail term of 13.5 years in three fodder cases and is lodged in  Birsa Munda jail


I-T raids on Uttar Pradesh bureaucrats

The Income Tax department today carried out searches at the premises of four Uttar Pradesh- based bureaucrats, including two IAS officers, in connection with its probe against them on charges of tax evasion.Several I-T teams have covered at least 15 premises of the officers in Lucknow, Noida, Greater Noida, Meerut, Baghpat, Mainpuri and Delhi since


Haryana resumes supply, Delhi’s water crisis to ease

The water shortage in the national capital will considerably ease today with Haryana “resuming” supply of Delhi’s share of water from the Yamuna. A senior Delhi Jal Board (DJB) official said Haryana has “already released some water” and the situation will improve today. This will come as a respite to the people of north and

UT transport department Bureaucrats grabs fancy registration vehicle numbers just for Peanuts

Now the fancy vehicle registration series numbers are being grabbed by UT transport department Bureaucrats just for peanuts. It has once again showed VIP culture in the country despite the fact PM Narendra Modi is stressing on amputation of this culture. Having special number is always meant as status symbol and residents have been bidding

App'll check election expenditure-related violations among Punjab

Former bureaucrats, cops, army men try luck in Punjab polls

Chandigarh: Former bureaucrats, ex-police officers and former army men have jumped into the election fray in Punjab as they try their luck in the high-stake assembly polls in the state on February 4. All major political parties, including Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), have fielded them. Tejinder Pal Singh Sidhu,

Bureaucrats scuttle rules to give úndue’ favour to GPA holders

Chandigarh: When strengthening of the public accountability should be the top priority of the government but bureaucrats seem to be escaping from their acts of omission or commission, it seemingly resulted in huge loss to public exchequer. Browsing the documents, Daily Post found how bureaucrats in the Chandigarh Administration scuttled the rules to provide ‘undue’