MCD Ghost Labour: Court Sends Two Officials To Jail For 7 Years

New Delhi:  Two MCD officials have been sent to seven years in jail by a special court for misappropriating over Rs 15 lakh by showing disbursement of wages to about 800 ‘ghost labour’ in muster rolls, saying graft was like “a hydra-headed monster” eating into the vitals of the nation. …

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If We Enter India, 'Chaos', Warns China, Says India's Stand Is 'Vicious'

China continued its tirade against India today over a stand-off at the border in Sikkim, warning of “utter chaos” if its troops enter India and declaring Delhi’s stand on the confrontation at the remote Doklam plateau as “ridiculous and vicious”. In June, Indian troops crossed the border at Sikkim to …

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Muslim Board To Plan Future Action On Triple Talaq Verdict In September

Lucknow:  The All India Muslim Personal Law Board or AIMPLB will chalk out its future course of action with regard to the Supreme Court’s verdict on triple talaq in its working committee meeting slated on September 10 in Bhopal, an official of the body said. The meeting was convened earlier …

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Two Held For Duping 50 People By Issuing Fake Visa

Thane:  The Thane Police has busted a fake visa racket and arrested two persons, who allegedly cheated nearly 50 people by issuing them bogus visa and air tickets, police said on Tuesday. Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime), Makarand Ranade told a press conference yesterday, two people have been held during …

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Follow NEET, Tamil Nadu Told After Centre Says It Can't Get Exemption

New Delhi:  Medical colleges in Tamil Nadu will have to use a national and common entrance exam as the only basis for admissions,  the Supreme Court said toady, delivering a big setback for Tamil Nadu.  The court said that all admissions for aspiring doctors have to be based on NEET …

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After US Destroyer Collision, Chinese Paper Says US Navy A Hazard

The U.S. navy’s latest collision at sea, the fourth in its Pacific fleet this year, shows it is becoming an increasing risk to shipping in Asia despite its claims of helping to protect freedom of navigation, an official Chinese newspaper said. The USS John S. McCain and the tanker Alnic …

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