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Lacking strength in Rajya Sabha, govt to get boost with 7 nominated members - Times of India

Lacking strength in Rajya Sabha, govt to get boost with 7 nominated members - Times of India

CBI arrests principal secretary of Delhi govt, his aide in bribery case | delhi | Hindustan Times

CBI arrests principal secretary of Delhi govt, his aide in bribery case | delhi | Hindustan Times

Jon Wilson revisits the history of British rule in India and concludes it was not an effective system of government, but chaotic, violent and wracked by anxiety.

Viewpoint: The myth of 'strong' British rule in India

Jon Wilson revisits the history of British rule in India and concludes it was not an effective system of government, but chaotic, violent and wracked by anxiety.

Paid 1 Crore In Cash For Kerala Chief Minister, Testifies Woman In 'Solar Scam'

Paid 1 Crore In Cash For Kerala Chief Minister, Testifies Woman In 'Solar Scam'

Islands, castles, stud farm, vintage cars: How rich is Vijay Mallya? | business | Hindustan Times

Islands, castles, stud farm, vintage cars: How rich is Vijay Mallya? | business | Hindustan Times

BJP takes Assam, Jaya slips, Mamata stays, Kerala turns Left: Exit polls | assembly-elections$top | Hindustan Times

BJP takes Assam, Jaya slips, Mamata stays, Kerala turns Left: Exit polls | assembly-elections$top | Hindustan Times

This an interesting insight thrown up this election -- there has been a decrease in the number of members of legislative assembly (MLAs) with criminal records in three of five states – UP, Punjab and Goa -- that held assembly polls this year, according to data compiled by Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR). The not so good news however, is that the number of MLAs with serious criminal charges increased in all states, except Manipur.

This an interesting insight thrown up this election -- there has been a decrease in the number of members of legislative assembly (MLAs) with criminal records in three of five states – UP, Punjab and Goa -- that held assembly polls this year, according to data compiled by Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR). The not so good news however, is that the number of MLAs with serious criminal charges increased in all states, except Manipur.

CBDT Asks Taxman To Make All Out Efforts To Recover Arrears

CBDT Asks Taxman To Make All Out Efforts To Recover Arrears

Of the Rs 97 crore bill it ran up, the government has paid Rs 42 crore to ad agencies. The L-G has asked the chief secretary to get the amount reimbursed from the Aam Aadmi Party.

Of the Rs 97 crore bill it ran up, the government has paid Rs 42 crore to ad agencies. The L-G has asked the chief secretary to get the amount reimbursed from the Aam Aadmi Party.

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