2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
for Dr Amit goes global Interpol issues
warrants, another doctor arrested Gurgaon, February 1
The Interpol has issued
international warrants for the arrest of two key accused in
the multi-crore kidney transplant racket unearthed at Gurgaon
recently. Gurgaon joint commissioner Manjit S. Ahlawat
disclosed this while briefing mediapersons today.
Scam: CBI files chargesheet Seeks sanction to prosecute
babus; Chautala may also be in trouble New Delhi, February 1
The CBI today submitted to the
Supreme Court the final investigation report into the scam involving the
appointments of Haryana’s JBT teachers during the Om Prakash Chautala
regime. A division Bench has granted the agency eight weeks’ time to
obtain mandatory sanction to prosecute the public servants involved in
MP held for murder New Delhi, February 1
Expelled Samajwadi Party MP Atiq Ahmed, wanted for the murder of a
Bahajun Samaj Party (BSP) legislator Raju Pal, has been arrested from
the Ghalib Apartments in Pitampura area of northwest Delhi after being
on the run for nearly eight months.
testfires ballistic missile Pakistan on Friday successfully testfired a new ballistic
missile, the ISPR said here. The ballistic missile Ghauri Hataf-V is a
technologically enhanced device with a range of 1300 km.
operated at camp go blind
Barabanki (UP), February 1
Nine patients, who underwent surgery at an eye camp organised
here by an NGO 20 days ago, have lost their eyesight and have been taken
to a hospital in Lucknow.
Zoos across nation
alerted New Delhi, February 1
The Central Zoo Authority (CZA) today alerted all zoos across the
country to take preventive measures in the wake of bird flu outbreak in
several parts of West Bengal.
notice to Bibi Jagir Kaur New Delhi February 1
The Supreme Court today issued
notices to former SGPC president Bibi Jagir Kaur and the CBI, taking
cognisance of a petition seeking the cancellation of her bail in her
daughter Harpreet Kaur’s mysterious death case in which she is a key
accused and facing trial.
Justice Bhalla prefers Net verdict Chandigarh, February 1
Justice can now travel by e-mail
— at least in Himachal Pradesh. This is if the new Chief Justice of
the Himachal Pradesh High Court, Justice Jagdish Bhalla, who is to be
sworn in Shimla tomorrow, has his way. In an exclusive interview to The
Tribune, Justice Bhalla said he would try to send the judgements
directly to the parties through e-mail.
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