A week ago CBI had raided former telecom minister, A. Raja the prime accused of the 2G scam worth 1.76 lakh crores. The CBI is leaving no stone unturned and without wasting much of time it has raided homes and offices of lobbyist, Niira Radia and homes of a few of Raja's relatives.
India and China have always had an on and off relation. There clearly have been difference of opinions on a lot of issues and on the other hand the world looks up to these two economies as the best and the most promising ones.
China on one hand has emerged the world's best in production, India has promised great things in terms of skilled manpower.
The arrest of a lorry driver who was indulged into an incident of crashing the vehicle into a bridge has been made.
The twenty-eight years old man belonged to Colchester and he was arrested in Suffolk for his negligence during driving, as told by the police. As for now, the man has been granted bail till January 5, as investigations for his case are being carried out by authorities.
The Madras High Court underlining the importance of open spaces in Indian cities on Friday, passed an order that the character of an open space reservation (OSR) land is only to serve a public purpose, and it cannot be changed and made use of for some other purpose. The ruling came against the Chennai Corporation which tried to reclaim 700 grounds of OSR land in the city.
The perfect time to spray is now at the locusts in the state's north-west as they are now at the third instar stage.
Ian Arney is from the Millewa and is a broadacre farmer.
According to Arney the whole area of affected by locusts as there are big beds of locusts on his property.
He said that the Millewa Line Road is a huge harbor for locusts and is a big egg bed of locusts.
Hashim Abdul Halim, the assembly speaker is feeling much better now after he was admitted to a private hospital following shortness of breath. It was caused due to serious heart related problems and he was kept in the coronary care unit and was on the ventilator all the time.
Supposedly, Ravi Poojari, the gangster had called up a manager of a private firm and asked an extortion amount of five crores of rupees.
On Sunday the police had registered a case based on the complaints filed by Mr. Kiran Henry Pinto the mentioned manager aged thirty five. It was reported that Pinto received the extortion call on Saturday around four thirty pm.