Delhi Police seek details of Sreesanth seizures
New Delhi: Delhi Police on Thursday contacted their counterparts in Mumbai seeking details about the articles seized from the hotel where tainted cricketer S. Sreesanth stayed, said a police official.
The official said that they have asked Mumbai police's Crime Branch to provide them details about the CCTV footage of the hotel where Sreesanth stayed.
In a written letter to their Mumbai counterparts, Delhi Police also sought to be provided some other articles of Sreesanth like his laptop and mobile phone which were recovered from the...
Facebook not confirm about the page report violation
Lucknow: Earlier, Pardaphash.com reported regarding an FIR registered against the social networking website Facebook.inc. in relation to a Facebook group named “Aao Mil kar kaaten Gaay.”
The FIR was registered today by IPS officer Amitabh Thakur and social activist Nutan Thakur at Gomti Nagar police station, Lucknow under section 153,290, 504, IPC and section 66 A Information Technology...
56,700 Indians face deportation from Saudi Arabia: Khurshid
New Delhi: As many as 56,700 Indians face deportation from Saudi Arabia in the next one-and-half months and ten officials have been despatched to the kingdom to help the Indian mission prepare emergency certificates for their exit, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said on Thursday.
"As of now, 56,700 Indians have registered with the Indian mission for getting exit permits as they have...
I hang my head in shame, says sports minister
New Delhi: Union Sports Minister Jitendra Singh on Thursday said that he was ashamed with the spot fixing scandal which hit the Indian Premier League (IPL) last week.
Three Rajasthan Royals cricketers - Ankeet Chavan, Ajit Chandila and S. Sreesanth - were arrested for alleged spot fixing by Delhi Police.
"It is very shameful. As a young person, as a sports fan, as the sports minister of the...
Security challenges are call of the hour, says Manmohan
Gurgaon: India faces an entire spectrum of security challenges and there is need for reorientation of the country's strategic thinking and reappraisal of its higher defence organisations, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Thursday.
Stating that India was situated at the strategic crossroads of Asia and astride one of busiest sea lanes of the world, the prime minister said, "It is...
Sanjay Dutt's new identity is 'Qaidi number 16656'
Pune: B-Town actor Sanjay Dutt who was shifted to Pune's Yerwada jail on May 22, will now be recognized as prisoner number 16656, for the next three and a half years. The actor was shifted from Mumbai's Arthur road jail as per the decision of the Maharashtra authorities.
Also, before he was shifted to Pune, there were rumors that he would be kept in the high-security cell. Dutt has been...
Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi praise each other
New Delhi: On the ninth anniversary of the UPA government on Wednesday, its two key figures - Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi, praised each other.
Beginning his speech at his 7 Race Course residence, Manmohan Singh said to applause, "I would like to place on record our deep gratitude to Sonia Gandhi whose inspiring leadership has made these achievements...
Pressure by media leads to hasty judgement: PM
New Delhi: India has a very free press and an increasingly active civil society movement, but they do put pressure for early action and sometimes these leads to hasty judgement, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Wednesday.
Speaking at a function at his official residence to mark four years of the United Progressive Alliance-II government, the prime minister said: "We are the world's largest...
We all stand by PM, says Sonia
New Delhi: Strongly backing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said that he has been carrying out his responsibilities with "great dignity" in the face of "unrelenting hostility" and the alliance stood solidly by him.
"The PM (prime minister) is carrying out his responsibility with great dignity in the face of unrelenting...
Russian delegates meet Sheila Dikshit
New Delhi: A five-member Russian delegation on Wednesday met Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit here and offered expertise in the area of water treatment.
The delegation was led by SE Cheremin, minister of the Moscow city government, an official statement said.
"The visiting leader expressed his willingness to offer expertise in the field of water treatment and water distribution," it...
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