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CBI won’t need govt’s permission to conduct enquiry, says SC
New Delhi, May 06 (ANI):
In a historic judgement, the Supreme Court today said the CBI would need no permission from the government to investigate officials above the rank of Joint Secretary. The court said there can not be any discrimination when it comes to investigating a criminal act. Lawyer Prashant Bhushan said the court had held the provision in the law requiring government's approval to probe senior bureaucrats on corruption charges as invalid and unconstitutional.

Maoists torch road-construction machines in Gaya
Wazirganj, May 06 (ANI):
Maoists in Bihar torched two road-construction machines after a construction company refused to pay any extortion money. A group of more than 50 Maoists attacked the site of road construction at Wazirganj in Gaya district. Maoists have killed police personnel and politicians, and targeted government buildings and railway tracks and killed thousands of persons since 1960s. The red rebels have been targetting several government development initiatives in the rural areas. Attacks in Maoist-inflicted states increase before every election season as the rebels are against the democratic exercise.

BSP candidate announces one crore bounty for beheading Ramdev
Hoshiarpur, May 06 (ANI):
The BSP candidate from Hoshiarpur constituency in Punjab, Bhagwan Singh Chauhan, today declared a reward of one crore rupees for beheading Yoga guru Ramdev over his alleged anti-Dalit remarks targetting Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi. Ramdev had commented that Gandhi had visited households of Dalit community for picnics and honeymoon. The Election Commission had issued a revised guideline to stop this kind of 'malicious' statements and said the perpetrators of such comments would not be allowed to hold campaigning programmes. Two separate FIRs had been filed against Ramdev, including one by police in Uttar Pradesh.

My family asked to leave Amethi, administration saves Rahul: Kumar Vishwas
Amethi, May 06 (ANI):
The AAP candidate form Amethi, Kumar Vishwas, today alleged that district administration had asked his family to leave Amethi. He said the administration had been trying to save Rahul Gandhi’s sinking ship. He further said the police had come outside his house late Monday night asking all of his family members, who were not registered as voters at Amethi, to leave or else they would be arrested.



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