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'Reported By Neeta Sharma Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 12 News Result(s)

  • CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    A tussle between the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation versus his number 2 - dubbed Prime Minster Narendra Modi's "blue-eyed boy" by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi - is seen as the trigger for a crisis within the agency and brought it under spotlight. After tit-for-tat allegations of bribery, a First Information Report and a letter to the C...

  • Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    The internal struggle in the Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana has escalated with the agency filing a bribery case against the latter. In retaliation, Mr Asthana has written to the government, saying a "false FIR (First Information Report) has been lodged against him.

  • MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    In a 41-page criminal defamation petition to a Delhi court against journalist Priya Ramani, MJ Akbar said her article and tweets accusing him of sexual harassment spoiled his reputation and goodwill, and he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government because of her allegations. Her tweets and arti...

  • From Antigua Hideout, Mehul Choksi Frets About Employees, Shareholders

    From Antigua Hideout, Mehul Choksi Frets About Employees, Shareholders

    One of India's most wanted in a Rs 13,000 crore bank fraud case, Mehul Choksi, who fled the country in January, has blamed the government for the uncertain future he says his 6,000 employees and shareholders are facing. Speaking on camera for the second time from Antigua, where he has been living, Mehul Choksi said he had been living in "terror" ju...

  • Controversy Over Ajit Doval's Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Remark

    Controversy Over Ajit Doval's Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Remark

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has landed in controversy with his remark that Jammu and Kashmir's separate constitution is an "aberration" as sovereignty "cannot be diluted and ill-defined". In the backdrop of the challenge to the Article 370 -- which grants special rights and privileges to the state -- in Supreme Court, livid lawmakers from ...

  • After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    Days after the release of a terrorist's father in exchange for kidnapped family members of policemen, a top level police officer in Jammu and Kashmir has been transferred. Sources say state police chief SP Vaid is the next in line and the order is likely to come tomorrow. In nearly 20 years, the government has not negotiated with terrorists -- the ...

  • How Terrorist David Headley's Half-Brother Attended Vajpayee Funeral

    How Terrorist David Headley's Half-Brother Attended Vajpayee Funeral

    Visas for the Pakistani delegation that came to attend the funeral of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Delhi last week, were rushed through as a friendly gesture, intelligence officials have told NDTV.

  • BJP Lists Reasons For Pullout From Alliance With Mehbooba Mufti

    BJP Lists Reasons For Pullout From Alliance With Mehbooba Mufti

    The failure of ceasefire during Ramzan, law and order and "discrimination" to Jammu and Ladakh are behind the BJP's decision to pull out of the alliance with Mehbooba Mufti, senior party leader Ram Madhav said today. Asked why the BJP decided to dissolve the alliance now, Mr Madhav said, "I have said why we pulled out now. There's no other concern"...

  • End Of Ramzan Ceasefire Upsets PDP, Amit Shah Summons Leaders: Sources

    End Of Ramzan Ceasefire Upsets PDP, Amit Shah Summons Leaders: Sources

    The rift between the ruling PDP and ally BJP in Jammu and Kashmir is showing once again after the centre announced that the Ramzan ceasefire would not be extended and anti-terror operations would resume in the state. BJP chief Amit Shah has called its ministers from the state to New Delhi to discuss the issue, sources said.

  • On Nirav Modi's Political Asylum, Minister Says "No Concrete Information"

    On Nirav Modi's Political Asylum, Minister Says "No Concrete Information"

    Union minister Kiren Rijiju today indicated that the government does not have "concrete information" about Nirav Modi asking UK for political asylum, as reported by international daily Financial Times yesterday.

  • "Pressured" To Fudge Girl's Age To Help Asaram, Alleges School Principal

    "Pressured" To Fudge Girl's Age To Help Asaram, Alleges School Principal

    The atmosphere of terror and threats surrounding the rape case against Asaram -- the 77-year-old self-styled spiritual guru who was convicted today -- extended to a school in Uttar Pradesh the survivor attended. The girl was 16 years old when the attack took place, but there were attempts to prove that she was at least 18 years old, since the quant...

  • Jet Airways Pilots Fight Mid-Flight. He Slapped Her, Say Sources

    Jet Airways Pilots Fight Mid-Flight. He Slapped Her, Say Sources

    A Jet Airways flight with 324 passengers on board suddenly found itself in a bizarre situation on New Year. The captain and his co-pilot had a violent argument and at one point, he hit her and she left the cockpit, sources in the top regulatory body, the Director General of Civil Aviation, said.

'Reported By Neeta Sharma Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 12 News Result(s)

  • CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    A tussle between the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation versus his number 2 - dubbed Prime Minster Narendra Modi's "blue-eyed boy" by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi - is seen as the trigger for a crisis within the agency and brought it under spotlight. After tit-for-tat allegations of bribery, a First Information Report and a letter to the C...

  • Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    The internal struggle in the Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana has escalated with the agency filing a bribery case against the latter. In retaliation, Mr Asthana has written to the government, saying a "false FIR (First Information Report) has been lodged against him.

  • MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    In a 41-page criminal defamation petition to a Delhi court against journalist Priya Ramani, MJ Akbar said her article and tweets accusing him of sexual harassment spoiled his reputation and goodwill, and he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government because of her allegations. Her tweets and arti...

  • From Antigua Hideout, Mehul Choksi Frets About Employees, Shareholders

    From Antigua Hideout, Mehul Choksi Frets About Employees, Shareholders

    One of India's most wanted in a Rs 13,000 crore bank fraud case, Mehul Choksi, who fled the country in January, has blamed the government for the uncertain future he says his 6,000 employees and shareholders are facing. Speaking on camera for the second time from Antigua, where he has been living, Mehul Choksi said he had been living in "terror" ju...

  • Controversy Over Ajit Doval's Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Remark

    Controversy Over Ajit Doval's Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Remark

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has landed in controversy with his remark that Jammu and Kashmir's separate constitution is an "aberration" as sovereignty "cannot be diluted and ill-defined". In the backdrop of the challenge to the Article 370 -- which grants special rights and privileges to the state -- in Supreme Court, livid lawmakers from ...

  • After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    Days after the release of a terrorist's father in exchange for kidnapped family members of policemen, a top level police officer in Jammu and Kashmir has been transferred. Sources say state police chief SP Vaid is the next in line and the order is likely to come tomorrow. In nearly 20 years, the government has not negotiated with terrorists -- the ...

  • How Terrorist David Headley's Half-Brother Attended Vajpayee Funeral

    How Terrorist David Headley's Half-Brother Attended Vajpayee Funeral

    Visas for the Pakistani delegation that came to attend the funeral of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Delhi last week, were rushed through as a friendly gesture, intelligence officials have told NDTV.

  • BJP Lists Reasons For Pullout From Alliance With Mehbooba Mufti

    BJP Lists Reasons For Pullout From Alliance With Mehbooba Mufti

    The failure of ceasefire during Ramzan, law and order and "discrimination" to Jammu and Ladakh are behind the BJP's decision to pull out of the alliance with Mehbooba Mufti, senior party leader Ram Madhav said today. Asked why the BJP decided to dissolve the alliance now, Mr Madhav said, "I have said why we pulled out now. There's no other concern"...

  • End Of Ramzan Ceasefire Upsets PDP, Amit Shah Summons Leaders: Sources

    End Of Ramzan Ceasefire Upsets PDP, Amit Shah Summons Leaders: Sources

    The rift between the ruling PDP and ally BJP in Jammu and Kashmir is showing once again after the centre announced that the Ramzan ceasefire would not be extended and anti-terror operations would resume in the state. BJP chief Amit Shah has called its ministers from the state to New Delhi to discuss the issue, sources said.

  • On Nirav Modi's Political Asylum, Minister Says "No Concrete Information"

    On Nirav Modi's Political Asylum, Minister Says "No Concrete Information"

    Union minister Kiren Rijiju today indicated that the government does not have "concrete information" about Nirav Modi asking UK for political asylum, as reported by international daily Financial Times yesterday.

  • "Pressured" To Fudge Girl's Age To Help Asaram, Alleges School Principal

    "Pressured" To Fudge Girl's Age To Help Asaram, Alleges School Principal

    The atmosphere of terror and threats surrounding the rape case against Asaram -- the 77-year-old self-styled spiritual guru who was convicted today -- extended to a school in Uttar Pradesh the survivor attended. The girl was 16 years old when the attack took place, but there were attempts to prove that she was at least 18 years old, since the quant...

  • Jet Airways Pilots Fight Mid-Flight. He Slapped Her, Say Sources

    Jet Airways Pilots Fight Mid-Flight. He Slapped Her, Say Sources

    A Jet Airways flight with 324 passengers on board suddenly found itself in a bizarre situation on New Year. The captain and his co-pilot had a violent argument and at one point, he hit her and she left the cockpit, sources in the top regulatory body, the Director General of Civil Aviation, said.

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