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Government pursuing black money, cases against 18 in Liechtenstein PDF Print E-mail
Governance - BureaucracyNews
Friday, 28 November 2014 04:28
New Delhi (IANS): Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Thursday said a lot of ground has been covered by the government in unearthing black money and cases have been filed against 18 "illegal" account holders of the 28 accounts identified in the tax-haven of Liechtenstein.
Parliament amends law to pave way for next CBI chief's appointment PDF Print E-mail
Governance - BureaucracyNews
Friday, 28 November 2014 04:24
New Delhi:Parliament Thursday approved amendments to the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act to provide for appointment of a CBI director in a situation where there is no leader of opposition in Lok Sabha, paving way for naming a new agency chief before incumbent Ranjit Sinha retires Dec 2.
Coal block case: Court to consider closure report Dec 12 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 November 2014 16:30
New Delhi: A special court here hearing coal block case involving industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and others Thursday fixed Dec 12 to consider the closure report filed by the CBI in the case.Special Judge Bharat Parashar posted the matter for Dec 12.
Modi, Nawaz shake hand, meet briefly at SAARC retreat PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 November 2014 12:28
Kathmandu: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Premier Nawaz Sharif Thursday shook hands and met briefly during the retreat at the Saarc Summit.
When Sharif walks for speech, Modi reads newspaper PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 November 2014 04:26
Kathmandu: The frostiness of ties between India and Pakistan was visible in the Nepalese capital at the 18th Saarc Summit's inaugural session Wednesday.

First, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif totally ignored his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi after entering the podium to take his seat. He did not look at Modi and proceeded straight to his seat.

Then, when Shaif's name was announced to make his speech, Modi started reading a newspaper supplement related to the Saarc summit. As other heads of state and government clapped at the announcement of the name of Shairf, Modi was seen busy reading the paper.

But when Modi's name was announced by the chair, Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, Sharif and all other dignitaries clapped.

Both the leaders are staying under the same roof at Hotel Soaltee. Both of them have met with others delegates but have turned their backs to each other.
Lok Sabha passes bill to amend CBI chief's selection process PDF Print E-mail
Governance - BureaucracyNews
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 19:35
New Delhi:The Lok Sabha Wednesday passed a bill to amend the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act to include leader of the single largest opposition party as a member of the selection committee to choose the CBI chief, instead of the leader of opposition.

The amendment will also do away with the requirement of quorum in the high-powered committee to select the Central Bureau of Investigation chief.

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