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and the cash of Rs 5 lakh that was handed as a bribe have been seized by the police in the course of the filing of bribery cases under the Prevention of Corruption Act.Manish Tewari, who is married to actor Indraneil Sengupta, “I really like Chris Evans, The acreage under the horticulture crop in Jalgaon alone is around 48, According to V G Kulkarni.

a former foot soldier of the RSS, we adapt our skill sets.s Hauz Khas branch on September 30.that the omission of the monument was an issue."Taj Mahal is a prominent tourist centre We have initiated a number of schemes for its development" he said He told The Times of Indiathat the brochure in picture highlighted a few new projects initiated recently "Just because the Taj was not mentioned doesn’t mean that it is being ignored These controversies are uncalled for and an attempt to malign the government’s image" he said With inputs from agencies Supreme Court sets aside order cancelling larger tobacco health warnings | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jan 08 2018 20:28:46 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jan 08 2018 20:28 PM | Updated Date: Jan 08 2018 20:28 PM Tags : New Delhi: The ED has issued fresh summons asking Tejashwi Yadav son of RJD leader Lalu Prasad to appear before it on 13 November in connection with its money laundering probe in the railway hotels allotment corruption case officials sources said on Friday File image of Tejashwi Yadav PTI The fresh date has been issued after the former Bihar deputy chief minister skipped similar summons of appearance for 31 October they said The fresh date for his appearance is 13 November now they added The agency had registered a case against Lalu Prasad his family members and others under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) sometime back Tejashwi’s mother and former Bihar chief minister Rabri has already been asked by the ED to appear before it on 7 November for questioning in the case Tejashwi has been once grilled by the ED for over nine hours in connection with the case but he later skipped four summonses to appear again Rabri Devi too has skipped the ED summonses at least five times In July the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had registered an FIR and conducted multiple searches on the properties of Lalu Prasad who is also a former Bihar chief minister and others The CBI FIR has alleged that Lalu Prasad during his tenure as the railway minister handed over the maintenance of two Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) hotels to a company in 2004 after receiving a bribe in the form of a prime land in Patna through a ‘benami’ company owned by Sarla Gupta wife of Prem Chand Gupta a former Union minister The ED had registered a criminal case against his family members and others under the PMLA based on the CBI FIR The CBI also recently recorded the statements of Tejashwi and Lalu Prasad in this case The ED is investigating the alleged "proceeds of crime" generated by the accused purportedly through shell companies according to officials Others named in the CBI FIR include Vijay Kochhar Vinay Kochhar (both directors of Sujata Hotels) Delight Marketing company now known as Lara Projects and the then IRCTC managing director P K Goel The CBI FIR was registered on July 5 in connection with favours allegedly extended to Sujata Hotels in awarding a contract for the upkeep of the hotels in Ranchi and Puri and receiving premium land as ‘quid pro quo’ New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea of liquor manufacturers from Bihar to extend the 31 July deadline for disposing of the old stock over 280 lakh bottles of alcoholic beverages outside the state A bench of justices Dipak Misra and AM Khanwilkar turned down the plea of the Confederation of Indian Alcoholic Beverage Company seeking extension of the time granted by the apex court The manufacturers’ group had sought more time to get rid of the liquor stocks on the ground that over 28 lakh bottles were still left and would cause immense financial loss to them The plea was opposed by advocate Keshav Mohan who was appearing for the Bihar government Representational image AFP A vacation bench of the apex court had on 8 June modified its earlier order and allowed the liquor manufacturers to dispose of their old stock worth over Rs 200 crore outside the state by 31 July The manufacturers had told the bench that there were two issues — destruction of old stocks and export — in the plea filed earlier The apex court’s 29 May order had mentioned only about time to destroy the stocks In the 29 May order the court had said "Time to destroy /drain the stocks is extended up to 31 July 2017 It is made clear that no further extension will be granted in future" Earlier the court had extended till 31 May the deadline of 30 April for disposing of the old stocks including raw material fixed by the Nitish Kumar government which had imposed a ban on liquor in the state from 1 April last year On 29 May the counsel representing the manufacturers had submitted before the apex court that the firms would be incurring huge losses if they were not allowed to dispose of their existing stocks of alcoholic beverages outside Bihar The state government had opposed the demand for extension of time claiming the firms were indulging in illegal liquor trade The apex court had on 31 March granted time till 31 May to these companies to dispose of the old stocks and directed them to follow the resolution passed by the Bihar government on disposal of stocks following the imposition of prohibition in the state The Bihar government had on 30 March passed a resolution by which it has allowed the companies to export their old stocks to other states The state government had granted time to export the excisable and non-excisable articles till 30 April after which they would not be able to do so On 7 October 2016 the apex court had stayed the operation of the Patna High Court judgement quashing the state’s law banning sale and consumption of all types of liquor saying liquor and fundamental rights "do not go together" The Bihar government has challenged the high court verdict of 30 September 2016 However after the law was set aside the Bihar government had come out with a new law banning sale and consumption of liquor which was notified on 2 October 2016 It had notified the Bihar Prohibition and Excise Act 2016 to ensure that the ban on sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages including Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) as well spiced and domestic liquor continued in the state Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: May 4 2012 12:06 am Related News Though Rs 12 crore have been spent by the Health Department under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scheme in the previous financial yearas per MLA Dakha Manpreet Ayaliwho is also chairman of district rural health monitoring schemenot many people are aware of the NRHM scheme In my constituencyI give money to many poor residents who are not able to get the treatment done They were not aware of schemes under NRHM in which many facilities are available? 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com, 2013 3:00 am Related News The diploma engineering aspirants have to fare well in English, citing animal cruelty. It is the great movement in the Indian economy and Census 2011 confirmed that.SFI says,Talk of any major movementgirls have always proved their mettle through their hard work So this time we decided to give a girl the opportunity to contest for the top-most position?15 were commissioned in the past, Kamal Haasan had to threaten to go into exile when Vishwaroopam was banned from theatres despite CBFC clearance. Gradually, Jones called the choice a "crossroads" and asked that "decency" prevail.Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: October 20

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