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Who is this Central minister?

Posted on 01 December 2013 by admin

When the media was going all out at Tarun Tejpal after the Goa Think fest incident, a Central minister was in constant touch with Tejpal all through and giving him legal advice. When all TV channels had their OV vans at Tarun’s house in Jungpura, Delhi, Tarun was putting up at his sister’s house near Greater Kailash. Later the minister told Tarun, “This matter has caught a lot of attention now and no help can be given to you from Delhi; it’s better you go to Goa.” Only then did Tarun Tejpal consider going to Goa on Friday. The minister also played a big role in getting a lawyer for Tarun in Goa; where KTS Tulsi is concerned, he has been associated with Tehelka for a while now.

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Tejpal’s tiresomeness

Posted on 24 November 2013 by admin

Tehelka’s Tarun Tejpal hails from Hisar in Haryana. His mother runs a school there and his father is a retired army officer, who has a compensation case with an army officer’s against him. Tarun’s wife, too, is associated with journalism. Sources reveal that this matter is only going to gather more steam because the woman who was allegedly molested was also told by Tejpal that this was the way to move forward in life, get promotions and earn money.

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Justice in prison

Posted on 18 November 2013 by admin

Those who stand for upholding law and clean image in public life are in the shadow of suspicion themselves. An intern from the north-east has alleged sexual molestation at the hands of a recently-retired Supreme Court judge has made some shocking revelations in her confession on a blog, and revealed the pretext under which Mr Judge made advances on her on the night of December 24. And she is not the only one to have gone through it – her friends and acquaintances have faced similar instances in the past. The most significant thing is that several women journalists covering the court-beat have gone through these bad experiences, too. But none of them dared to speak out against it. Another serious revelation that has come to light is that several senior advocated have also preyed on women, apart from the judges, and who eye their juniors or interns. Now the question is where these polluted winds came from; it is believed that they started in Himachal and reached as far as the Bay of Bengal.

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Nigeria’s drug mafia connection

Posted on 11 November 2013 by admin

There is a need to redefine the diplomatic relations between India and Nigeria. After what has happened in Goa for the past few days, and the way the Nigerian diplomat sent SMSes to both countries, and that created a little bit of strain between the two nations. An international investigative agency even raised questions about the location of the Indian embassy in Nigeria. In the past, it has warned the Indian government that the invisible links of the Indian ambassador there should be probed. Otherwise what is the reason that Nigeria-based Indian High Commission is allowing a big number of Nigerians visas to come for medical, business, tourist, student visas without the proper documents. So the valid question to be asked right now is if the drug mafia has an influence on the Indian Commission there. American Drug Enforcement Agency has given strict instructions against the Nigerian citizens. Several Indian universities have made the laws and rules stricter when it comes to admission of foreign students. Because of this, Nigerian students getting admission in Delhi University and several other prominent universities is becoming tougher. But Punjab is still proving to be a Mecca for students from Nigeria. That’s because it is easier for them to get admissions there and may be that is the reason that a majority of youth in Punjab is numb with narcotics. The Nigerian embassy in India has brought together such as contingent of Indian lawyers specialise in drug cases. India’s helplessness stems from the fact that it can’t ruin its diplomatic relations with Nigeria even if it wants because it imports 17 per cent of its total crude oil from Nigeria and more than 10 lakh Indians have made Nigeria their home.

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The overseas connection

Posted on 05 November 2013 by admin

The governor of a significant state is also working towards getting Amit Shah away from all the legal tangles. He is an old hand at law, and he also has close associations with those in the legal world. The whole matter also has a London connection, which is attached to the welfare sector.

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Parakh to be tested

Posted on 23 October 2013 by admin

The CBI’s priorities have changed with regards to the Coalgate matter. Kumarmangalam Birla and Navin Jindal is not longer on its priority list. The CBI is now training its eyes on former Coal Secretary P C Parakh. The organisation is sifting through all quotes given to news channels, the interviews he has given, and relevant information is being collected from the same. And while Parakh stays in Hyderabad, sources reveal that the case may be registered in Delhi. And as soon as the memories of the case become dim in public memory, he may be arrested quietly.

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In the spirit of politics

Posted on 29 September 2013 by admin

A few days ago, BJP’s organisation minister Sanjay Joshi and BJP General Secretary Amit Shah came face-to-face at Gujarat Bhavan in New Delhi’s Chanakyapuri area. Sanjay Joshi was looked upon as the star that could oppose Modi, but when the two politicians saw each other, they forgot their personal grievances and greeted each other warmly and then sat together on a sofa in the dining room and spoke to each other for a long time – just like true-blue politicians.

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Zeroing in on the minister

Posted on 29 September 2013 by admin

A young Central minister from Rajasthan is under fire for openly supporting some companies. The minister’s wife runs an NGO. It is being said that the minister takes money openly, both through cheque and cash. The latter are being accepted in the name of the NGO and the same amount is then taken in cash. It is believed that some excited Congress leaders from Rajasthan itself have complained to 10, Janpath, about it and sources reveal that 10, Janpath, didn’t pay too much attention to it. On the contrary, those making the complaint were told that they should not pay attention to such petty matters in the year of the election. But quietly, the government handed over the case to the CBI.

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The next First Citizen

Posted on 22 September 2013 by admin

Punjab’s Akali-BJP government’s leadership may change after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Prakash Singh Badal may give over the reins to his son and the state’s vice chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal. Badal has got indications from the BJP that he might be nominated for the country’s next president from the NDA.

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For the love of marriage

Posted on 08 September 2013 by admin

A young BJP National Secretary is all set to put the heartbreak behind her that she got from a political advisor of a prominent BJP national politician and spokesperson. In the days to come, she is all set to marry a young man from Kashmir.

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