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FIR lodged against DU college principal for siphoning off Rs 1.5 crore
22 October 2014, New Delhi, Team MP
Delhi police have lodged an FIR against SP Gupta, acting principal of Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College along with four others for fraudulently transferring an amount of Rs 1.50 crore from the college account to a private account in the name of holding the University Grants Commission-National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) examination.
‘Disclosure of names will embarrass Cong’
Union finance minister Arun Jaitley said that the NDA govt was not pushing the matter of black money under the carpet, as portrayed by the rival Congress party. He said there were legal issues to be looked into before the names could be revealed.
Maha in limbo: Despite Sena offer, BJP prefers to wait
Though Shiv Sena has indicated support to BJP in forming the government in Maharashtra, the erstwhile ally wants that like 1995 when Sena had adequately accommodated BJP, this time around the BJP should honorably compensate the Sena.
Kolkata prof finds 42,000-yr-old human remains in Bengal
Archaeologist Bishnupriya Basak’s sensational discovery that humans were present in the Ayodhya hills of Purulia about 35,000 to 42,000 years ago may only be the tip of the iceberg, says the teacher of Archeology of the Calcutta University.

‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

Milk majors refuse to bring down rates
In spite of the huge fall in diesel prices, milk supplying majors , Mother Dairy and Amul , are refusing to reduce the raised rates of milk. Both milk majors have increased the price of milk by Rs 2 after every announcement to hike diesel rate, both have refused to reduce their prices even when fuel rate has been slashed by Rs 3.37.

111 drivers lose licences for drunk driving in city
In a crackdown against drunk driving in the national Capital, Delhi government has suspended licences of 89 drivers for a year while licenses of 22 drivers of commercial vehicles have permanently been cancelled for the same offence.

Thankfully Buddha failed to smile
Sidharth Mishra
Voters in Haryana have admonished rank dynasts in no uncertain terms.
Differing signals from assembly polls
Amulya Ganguli
BJP gets upper hand with regional allies, but ties look weakened.
Engineering coup again, now bloodless
Ashok B Sharma
BJP’s poll strategy worked wonders in Maharashtra and Haryana. The Modi-Shah wave is back and how.
Big step towards biocultural rights
Latha Jishnu
The Nagoya Protocol promotes community stewardship of genetic resources. India needs to foster this.


Govt orders NSEL’s merger into parent FTIL
The government on Tuesday ordered merger of the scam-hit firm with its holding company Financial Technologies (India) Limited (FTIL).
America to sell $600 million in tank ammunition to Iraq
Congress now has 30 days to block the sale, although such action is rare since arms deals are usually vetted carefully before a congressional notification.
Terry Walsh resigns as hockey coach, triggers blame game
In a sudden jolt to Indian hockey, chief coach Terry Walsh resigned from his post because of a ‘pay dispute’ with the Sports Authority of India.

Thai devotees light candles under the sacred Bodhi Tree during their robe ceremony in Bodhgaya on Tuesday.

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