Now a Rs 223 cr FD scam of Delhi govt's Forest and Wildlife Dept
A senior CBI official said that the Department of Forests and Wildlife of the Delhi government issued its surplus of Rs 223 crore to the Bank of Baroda's Paharganj branch for the purpose of a FDR in the name of the Ridge Management Board Fund. The CBI said that L A Khan, the then senior branch manager of BOB, transferred the whole amount to an account registered in the name of DUSIB (Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board), which is a fake account.
11-yr-old gang-raped by seniors in washroom of Delhi school; DCW issues notice
"The girl has alleged that she was gang-raped by two seniors in July. According to the girl, she was going to her classroom when she accidentally collided with the two boys studying in 11th-12th standard. The girl said she apologised to the boys, but they abused her and took her inside a washroom. She alleged that the boys locked the washroom from inside and raped her," the sources said.
No more fine for not wearing mask at public places in Delhi
"Though wearing of masks was useful in maintaining Covid Appropriate Behaviour, yet it was agreed that the order of compulsory wearing of masks under the Epidemic Act may not be extended beyond 30.09.2022. Hence a Fine of Rs 500 for not wearing of masks in public places would also stand withdrawn after 30.09.2022," said the DDMA order.
PFI crackdown continues: Four members arrested from Shaheen Bagh
The four members were arrested by the police on Sunday night, as per the reports. Recently, a fresh case under the provisions of Unlawful Activity Prevention Act was lodged by the Delhi Police against the members of banned PFI.
Did Delhi Police's anti-riot mock drill alert PFI members in Jahangirpuri?
The sources said that the agencies had the Jahangirpuri on their raid list, but as there was a mock drill, which alerted everyone, the agencies decided to leave the area out of their plan. The source said that the mock drill was conducted at the wrong time which might have alerted the accused, who ran away from the area.
'It depends on how you look at it', Supreme Court dismisses plea against Ashoka Lions atop new Parliament
A bench comprising Justices M.R. Shah and Krishna Murari asked the petitioners' counsel, "so you will decide the design? it depends upon how you look at it." The bench further added that the impression depends upon the mind and it depends on one's perception. The bench said it cannot be said to be against any provision and there is no violation of the State Emblem Act, as it dismissed the plea.
Delhi Liquor Scam: CBI makes first arrest, nabs businessman Vijay Nair
Sources told IANS that Vijay Nair was arrested from Delhi and now the CBI will seek his custodial remand. Nair, the former CEO of Only Much Louder, an entertainment and event management firm, and one of the prime suspects in the liquor scam, had gone to London. He returned to join the probe and was placed under arrest.
PFI members planned 'chakka jam' in Delhi: Sources
"Shaheen Kausar and other members of PFI were planning Chakka Jam across Delhi," high-level sources told IANS. According to the sources, Kausar, who has been released after being questioned under section 65 of Delhi Police Act, had played a crucial role in the pan-India anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests.
AIIMS Delhi gets new director
Dr Srinivas is currently the Dean of Employees' State Insurance Corporation Hospital and Medical College (ESIC Hospital) in Hyderabad. He has been appointed for a period of five years or till attaining the age of 65 years, or until further orders, whichever is the earliest.
Monsoon likely to withdraw from some areas between Sep 29-Oct 5: IMD
According to the IMD, conditions are likely to become favourable for the withdrawal of monsoon from the next week. "Due to trough/ cyclonic circulation over central and peninsular India, scattered to fairly widespread rainfall and isolated thunderstorm/ lightning likely over central and peninsular India during most days between September 29 - October 5," the IMD said.