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'Jimmy Jacob' - 336 News Result(s)

  • CBI Allowed By Centre To Prosecute P Chidambaram In INX Media Case: Sources

    CBI Allowed By Centre To Prosecute P Chidambaram In INX Media Case: Sources

    The central government has given the CBI permission to prosecute former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram in a money laundering case related to INX Media, sources said. The central probe agency had placed a request in this regard on January 21.

  • Rahul Gandhi Treks 10 Kilometres In 2 Hours To Visit Andhra's Tirumala Temple

    Rahul Gandhi Treks 10 Kilometres In 2 Hours To Visit Andhra's Tirumala Temple

    Congress president Rahul Gandhi today undertook a 10-km trek up a steep stairway to the Lord Venkateswara temple at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh, so he could offer prayers to the presiding deity. He was accompanied by senior party leaders, including Oommen Chandy, T Subbarami Reddy and JD Seelam, besides hundreds of supporters on his two-hour-long hi...

  • Odisha Adopts Centre's Farm Scheme Despite Initial Hesitation

    Odisha Adopts Centre's Farm Scheme Despite Initial Hesitation

    The Odisha government on Thursday shed its initial hesitation to implement the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PMKSN) - a central scheme aimed at providing income support to small and marginal farmers - and agreed to extend all possible assistance for implementing it in the state, news agency PTI has reported.

  • CBI To Probe UP Officials Facing Nepotism Charges Under Mayawati Rule

    CBI To Probe UP Officials Facing Nepotism Charges Under Mayawati Rule

    The CBI has registered a preliminary inquiry against unidentified Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) personnel for allegedly granting favours to close relatives of "public servants" in an examination meant to select additional private secretaries under the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) rule in 2010, news agency PTI quoted officials as sayi...

  • Man Behind Surgical Strikes To Head Congress Task Force on National Security

    Man Behind Surgical Strikes To Head Congress Task Force on National Security

    Lt General DS Hooda, who oversaw the cross-border surgical strikes in September 2016 as the former Northern Command chief of the Army, has been roped in by the Congress to chair a task force on national security and prepare a vision document for the party in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections.

  • "News Of Pulwama Attack Reached PM Modi Late": Sources Deny Congress Charge

    "News Of Pulwama Attack Reached PM Modi Late": Sources Deny Congress Charge

    Hours after the Congress alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was shooting a "promotional film" at the Jim Corbett National Park at a time when the country was mourning the Pulwama terror attack, government sources on Thursday denied the charge and said that there was a 25-minute delay in informing him because of bad weather and poor network c...

  • Robert Vadra Gives Style, Health Tips To Probe Officials On Social Media

    Robert Vadra Gives Style, Health Tips To Probe Officials On Social Media

    A day after Robert Vadra was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money laundering case, the businessman today posted a post-session photograph on Instagram and captioned it with a tongue-in-cheek message for the officials surrounding him.

  • Finance Ministry Told To Make Reports On Black Money Public

    Finance Ministry Told To Make Reports On Black Money Public

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Economic Affairs has directed the Union Finance Ministry to make separate reports on black money filed by three research institutes -- the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, National Institute of Financial Management and the National Council of Applied Economic Research -- available to the publi...

  • Biplab Deb Passes Balloons Around As National Anthem Plays At Tripura Event

    Biplab Deb Passes Balloons Around As National Anthem Plays At Tripura Event

    Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has stumbled into yet another controversy, this time for passing balloons around while the National Anthem was being played during an event at Tulakona, about 10 km from Agartala, on Wednesday. A video of the incident has gone viral on the Internet.

  • Saudi Crown Prince "Didn't Order" Khashoggi Killing: Minister To NDTV

    Saudi Crown Prince "Didn't Order" Khashoggi Killing: Minister To NDTV

    Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel Aljubeir who is accompanying Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman on his three-nation tour in Asia told NDTV that the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year was a "rogue operation" by government agents who acted without authority.

  • "Can Protest At PM House To Demand Statehood For Delhi": Arvind Kejriwal

    "Can Protest At PM House To Demand Statehood For Delhi": Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that he was not above entering the premises of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence to stage a sit-in protest to demand full statehood for the national capital.

  • Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    A newly constituted five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will hear the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute on February 26. The hearing was delayed because Justice SA Bobde, one of the judges on the constitution bench, had gone on leave.

  • "Mimicry Not Easy": HD Kumaraswamy Rejects BJP's Fake Tape Charge

    "Mimicry Not Easy": HD Kumaraswamy Rejects BJP's Fake Tape Charge

    Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy today rejected allegations that a controversial tape supposedly containing a conversation between BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa and the son of a Janata Dal (Secular) legislator is fake. Mimicry is not easy to do, he commented.

  • Kerala CRPF Soldier Sent Photos Of Dew And Mist To Wife Before His Death

    Kerala CRPF Soldier Sent Photos Of Dew And Mist To Wife Before His Death

    The last time CRPF soldier VV Vasanth Kumar called his home in Kerala's Wayanad was on the morning of Thursday, while he and his colleagues were travelling from Jammu to Srinagar as part of a 78-vehicle convoy. "At 10 am, Vasanth sent me pictures of dew and the mist that enveloped his surroundings. He then called to say that they would take four to...

  • Minister Trolled For Photo With Soldier's Coffin Writes To Kerala Top Cop

    Minister Trolled For Photo With Soldier's Coffin Writes To Kerala Top Cop

    Union Tourism Minister Alphons Kannanthanam, who was slammed on social media over a photograph near the coffin of a CRPF soldier who laid down his life in the Pulwama terror attack, denied that it was a selfie. Many social media users had accused him of indulging in "blatant self-promotion" in the back of a tragic incident.

'Jimmy Jacob' - 336 News Result(s)

  • CBI Allowed By Centre To Prosecute P Chidambaram In INX Media Case: Sources

    CBI Allowed By Centre To Prosecute P Chidambaram In INX Media Case: Sources

    The central government has given the CBI permission to prosecute former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram in a money laundering case related to INX Media, sources said. The central probe agency had placed a request in this regard on January 21.

  • Rahul Gandhi Treks 10 Kilometres In 2 Hours To Visit Andhra's Tirumala Temple

    Rahul Gandhi Treks 10 Kilometres In 2 Hours To Visit Andhra's Tirumala Temple

    Congress president Rahul Gandhi today undertook a 10-km trek up a steep stairway to the Lord Venkateswara temple at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh, so he could offer prayers to the presiding deity. He was accompanied by senior party leaders, including Oommen Chandy, T Subbarami Reddy and JD Seelam, besides hundreds of supporters on his two-hour-long hi...

  • Odisha Adopts Centre's Farm Scheme Despite Initial Hesitation

    Odisha Adopts Centre's Farm Scheme Despite Initial Hesitation

    The Odisha government on Thursday shed its initial hesitation to implement the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PMKSN) - a central scheme aimed at providing income support to small and marginal farmers - and agreed to extend all possible assistance for implementing it in the state, news agency PTI has reported.

  • CBI To Probe UP Officials Facing Nepotism Charges Under Mayawati Rule

    CBI To Probe UP Officials Facing Nepotism Charges Under Mayawati Rule

    The CBI has registered a preliminary inquiry against unidentified Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) personnel for allegedly granting favours to close relatives of "public servants" in an examination meant to select additional private secretaries under the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) rule in 2010, news agency PTI quoted officials as sayi...

  • Man Behind Surgical Strikes To Head Congress Task Force on National Security

    Man Behind Surgical Strikes To Head Congress Task Force on National Security

    Lt General DS Hooda, who oversaw the cross-border surgical strikes in September 2016 as the former Northern Command chief of the Army, has been roped in by the Congress to chair a task force on national security and prepare a vision document for the party in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections.

  • "News Of Pulwama Attack Reached PM Modi Late": Sources Deny Congress Charge

    "News Of Pulwama Attack Reached PM Modi Late": Sources Deny Congress Charge

    Hours after the Congress alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was shooting a "promotional film" at the Jim Corbett National Park at a time when the country was mourning the Pulwama terror attack, government sources on Thursday denied the charge and said that there was a 25-minute delay in informing him because of bad weather and poor network c...

  • Robert Vadra Gives Style, Health Tips To Probe Officials On Social Media

    Robert Vadra Gives Style, Health Tips To Probe Officials On Social Media

    A day after Robert Vadra was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money laundering case, the businessman today posted a post-session photograph on Instagram and captioned it with a tongue-in-cheek message for the officials surrounding him.

  • Finance Ministry Told To Make Reports On Black Money Public

    Finance Ministry Told To Make Reports On Black Money Public

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Economic Affairs has directed the Union Finance Ministry to make separate reports on black money filed by three research institutes -- the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, National Institute of Financial Management and the National Council of Applied Economic Research -- available to the publi...

  • Biplab Deb Passes Balloons Around As National Anthem Plays At Tripura Event

    Biplab Deb Passes Balloons Around As National Anthem Plays At Tripura Event

    Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has stumbled into yet another controversy, this time for passing balloons around while the National Anthem was being played during an event at Tulakona, about 10 km from Agartala, on Wednesday. A video of the incident has gone viral on the Internet.

  • Saudi Crown Prince "Didn't Order" Khashoggi Killing: Minister To NDTV

    Saudi Crown Prince "Didn't Order" Khashoggi Killing: Minister To NDTV

    Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel Aljubeir who is accompanying Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman on his three-nation tour in Asia told NDTV that the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year was a "rogue operation" by government agents who acted without authority.

  • "Can Protest At PM House To Demand Statehood For Delhi": Arvind Kejriwal

    "Can Protest At PM House To Demand Statehood For Delhi": Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that he was not above entering the premises of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence to stage a sit-in protest to demand full statehood for the national capital.

  • Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    A newly constituted five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will hear the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute on February 26. The hearing was delayed because Justice SA Bobde, one of the judges on the constitution bench, had gone on leave.

  • "Mimicry Not Easy": HD Kumaraswamy Rejects BJP's Fake Tape Charge

    "Mimicry Not Easy": HD Kumaraswamy Rejects BJP's Fake Tape Charge

    Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy today rejected allegations that a controversial tape supposedly containing a conversation between BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa and the son of a Janata Dal (Secular) legislator is fake. Mimicry is not easy to do, he commented.

  • Kerala CRPF Soldier Sent Photos Of Dew And Mist To Wife Before His Death

    Kerala CRPF Soldier Sent Photos Of Dew And Mist To Wife Before His Death

    The last time CRPF soldier VV Vasanth Kumar called his home in Kerala's Wayanad was on the morning of Thursday, while he and his colleagues were travelling from Jammu to Srinagar as part of a 78-vehicle convoy. "At 10 am, Vasanth sent me pictures of dew and the mist that enveloped his surroundings. He then called to say that they would take four to...

  • Minister Trolled For Photo With Soldier's Coffin Writes To Kerala Top Cop

    Minister Trolled For Photo With Soldier's Coffin Writes To Kerala Top Cop

    Union Tourism Minister Alphons Kannanthanam, who was slammed on social media over a photograph near the coffin of a CRPF soldier who laid down his life in the Pulwama terror attack, denied that it was a selfie. Many social media users had accused him of indulging in "blatant self-promotion" in the back of a tragic incident.

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