- Indians will now pay pension to terrorist families
- Francois Gautier on demonisation of Hindus as Taliban
- Congress/UPA succeeds in falsifying history for political gain
- This war is against Indian culture
- Government Torture of Shankaracharyas and assault on Hindu Society's religious institutions
- Christian Taliban: Hindu Temples set on fire in Silchar
- Sexual abuse of Nuns in Convents and Catholic Church
- Muslim extremists beat woman at Mumbai Mall
- Rahul Gandhi takes Miliband on Poverty Tourism of India
- Biased Election Commissioner Navin Chawla must resign
- Slumdog Millionaire makes Millionaires at the cost of Slumdogs
- Christian Strategy on how to Convert Hindu College Students in the US
- NDTV to honor Anti-Hindu bigot MF Hussain
- Subramanian Swamy assaulted in Madras High Court
- Congress makes its official Anti-Jew policy loud and clear
- Nandigram Genocide by Indian Left Party CPI(M) cadres
- Mockery of Democracy: Congress makes an illiterate a Minister in Rajasthan
- Senior Intelligence Bureau officer's son held for mugging
- Government introduces "Right to Bad Quality Education Bill"
- Fake currency in India: Rs 169,000 crore
- Madras HC orders closure of all courts in Tamil Nadu
- Shootout at Uttar Pradesh court, 3 assailants killed
- Sewage water in Delhi's taps?
- Army unattractive career option for youth, says its chief
- Two-year-old girl raped
- Goa minister accused of raping a 6 years old
- UP cops beat six-year-old girl by Times of India on February 3, 2009
In a shocking case of brutality by the Uttar Pradesh police, two police officials have been caught on camera brutally beating a six-year-old girl in Etawah.
The girl, accused of theft, was handed over to the police by residents of the area. The child was picked up by the UP police on allegations that she had stolen Rs 250 from a resident in the area. She was then mercilessly roughed up by the cops.
The video shows two policemen beating the girl by pulling her hair and ears. This brutality caught on tape has forced the authorities to sack the sub-inspector and suspend the inspector.
- India has three of world's worst airports by Times of India on January 10, 2008
Forbes' list of the most delayed arrival airports in the world for 2008, in association with FlightStats, tracks historical and real-time flight information. Of the top five airports, three are in India — Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, at No. 1, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, at No. 2 and Bengaluru International Airport (BIA), Bangalore, at No. 4.
The percentage of on-time arrivals at Mumbai airport was 49.95%, at New Delhi was 50.89% and in Bangalore, it was 60.16%. The Mohammed V International Airport, Casablanca, Morocco, occupied the No. 3 slot with an on-time arrival performance of 53.83%.
The report states that at Mumbai's airport, 58% of late arrivals in 2008 were delayed by 30 minutes or more, and at New Delhi's airport, more than 60% of flights were at least 30 minutes late. The good news is that no Indian airport figures in the top 10 delayed departure list. Haneda airport in Tokyo tops the list of combined on-time arrival and departure.
- Delhi tops in Murders, Rapes, and Robberies
- Delhi tops in Murders, Rapes, and Robberies. Thanks Congress!
- N-E Delhi tops in murder cases, East Delhi in rape and robbery by Times of India on December 19, 2008
North-East Delhi has recorded the highest number of murders in the national capital this year while the dubious distinction of having
the highest number of rape and robbery cases went to East Delhi.
Out of the 505 murder cases registered this year across the capital, North-East Delhi recorded 84 till November 30 this year as against 61 in the corresponding period last year.
- Just 10 MPs pay homage to Parliament attack martyrs by Times of India on December 13, 2008
- Kerala's Leftist CPI CPM MPs hold up plane, keep passengers waiting on December 6, 2008
- Woman paraded naked after son elopes by Times of India on December 3, 2008
- Mob lynches soldier on train by Times of India on December 3, 2008
- 14 people commit suicide every hour in India by Times of India on December 3, 2008
- Still a land of starving millions by Tavleen Singh, Indian Express on October 19, 2008
The problem is that Bharatiya society is decaying day by day and family values are lost ever since Bharatvaasi have left the path of Sanatan Dharm, and this anglicized me-first attitude has made Bharatvaasi's a selfish society from a self-less family society. What can you expect when Bharat has a corrupt Government which denies its history and falsifies Bharatvaasi's Gods instead of learning from the past?
- Family of slain Delhi cop rejects Amar Singh's cheque by Indian Express on October 6, 2008
- Jab We Killed Hindi by Mohammed Wajihuddin, TNN, Times of India on September 28, 2008
Its a matter of great shame that our national language is being ignored and ridiculed in the name of modernization. Thanks Nehru for spoiling our language and giving preference to English. Punk.
- Fresh 10-year RI handed down to Siwan MP Shahabuddin by Times of India on September 26, 2008
In yet another jolt to jailed RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin, a special court here on Friday sentenced him to 10 years' rigorous imprisonment (RI) in a case related to recovery of a sophisticated weapon and ammunitions from his native house at Pratappur village in the district in 2005.And he still continues to be an elected Member of Parliament. What is wrong with the people of Bharat who elect such dreaded convicted criminals?
The court, however, acquitted the Siwan MP in another case related to alleged assault on Ander Police Station officer-in-charge (OC) Sandesh Baitha.
This was the sixth case in which Shahabuddin, currently lodged in the Siwan jail, has been convicted so far. In the FIR pertaining to this case, police had also levelled sedition charges against the MP. However, the court acquitted him of the charge for want of evidence.
Besides the 10-year RI, the special court of ADJ G Srivastava also awarded three- year RI to him under different IPC Sections applied in the case. It also slapped a fine of Rs 15,000 on him, prosecution counsel R B Mahato said and added both the sentences would run concurrently.
According to the prosecution, a police team on April 24, 2005 raided the MP's house and recovered a pistol of German make and 200 contraband cartridges from under his bed.
Earlier, Shahabuddin was awarded three-year jail term in a case of attack on the local CPI-ML office and life term in another case of kidnapping of CPI-ML activist Chhote Lal Gupta.
The MP has also been awarded 10-year RI for making a murderous attack on the then Siwan SP S K Singhal and another one-year imprisonment for threatening Zeeradei police station OC. In yet another case pertaining to recovery of stolen vehicles from his Pratappur house, the MP has been given three-year jail term.
- Forces reject revised pay in protest by Hindustan Times on September 26, 2008
- Uniform code: Shivraj Patil needs to change attitude not attire by CNN-IBN on September 15, 2008
- Govt websites down for 8 hrs by Indian Express on August 03, 2007
- 'Illegal' foreign planes in airspace a worry by Pradeep Thakur, TNN, TOI on September 15, 2008
- Elderly man, wife commit suicide
- Corruption charges against Home Minister Shivraj Patil
- Congress corruption: Andhra CM Samuel Reddy worth Rs 10000 Crores
- Leftist Corruption: CPM's Rs 374.50 crore SCN-Lavalin scam
- Abuse of Power: MA degree makes IPS officer 'fit' for AIIMS PhD
- Leftist Corruption: How to make Rs 125 cr for free?
- Petroleum Ministry's austerity: Rs 65,000 a month on taxi rental per person
- Telecom Minister: Zero to Rs 755 crore in 1 year!
- Corrupt T R Baalu is delaying highway projects
- 2 Major-Generals face corruption charges
- Government's Aam Aadmi bill may be inflated: CAG
Punching a hole in the UPA government's campaign of Bharat Nirman and other flagship schemes, its official auditor, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) said in a report released on Friday that the government had been overstating the expenditure.
Over Rs 51,000 crore was allocated for these flagship schemes in 2007-08 which got transferred to the bank accounts of NGOs, autonomous bodies and district authorities. However, the government has told CAG that it was not aware of the actual expenditure by these organisations.
- SHO, SI sent to jail for taking bribe
A suspended station house officer was on Friday sentenced to two years rigorous imprisonment for accepting a bribe of Rs 30,000. According to prosecution, Krishna Kumar then SHO of Preet Vihar police station took money from a man for allowing him to construct a wall in his shop illegally in 1996. The court also sentenced suspended sub-inspector Satyanarayan for one year RI in the case.
"It was a serious offence as two police officers, instead of performing their duty diligently, themselves entered into a criminal conspiracy and extracted illegal gratification from an innocent complainant,'' special CBI Judge S P Garg said.
- ACB catches two officials red-handed while accepting bribes
- Bangalore IT park defrauds Rs 75.8cr
On paper, this tech park had 37 units functioning on its premises — all entitled to income tax concessions. What they turned out to be were nothing less than maintenance rooms located in the car park! And the tech park owner stashed away Rs 75.8 crore that he had claimed as tax concessions for three assessment years.
- Our officials run slum racket: BMC
In this city, where over half of the 15 million-plus residents live in slums, an army of unscrupulous officials, slumlords and politicians is engaged full-time in the ‘business’ of taking possession of government land, extorting money and renting out illegal structures in slum enclaves. This has been proved by the latest figures given by the BMC to the state-appointed Committee for the Prevention of Slums last week.
According to the figures, 89 slumlords and local politicians were found to be active in the business of abetting unauthorised construction in the last year alone, up from 70 in 2007. Worse, last year, a departmental enquiry was initiated against 133 officials—including BMC ward engineers and mukadams—for abetting and delaying action against unauthorized construction.
- IAS officer accused of sexual assault by Times of India on February 21, 2009
Tripura government has ordered a judicial inquiry into the alleged sexual assault of a woman, who committed suicide, by a senior IAS officer of the state.
"Food department commissioner B K Roy has been suspended from work and the state CID is interrogating him in connection with abetting the woman to take the drastic step," official sources said on Saturday.
"Bimal Krishna Roy, a deputy inspector general of police, who is the brother of Roy misused his position to malign the woman's family and her husband," a government official said.
The woman committed suicide by setting herself ablaze last week. Her husband was arrested on charges of demanding dowry.
- Court convicts former Union minister Sukhram in disproportionate assets case
Former Union communications minister Sukhram was on Friday convicted by a Delhi court for amassing Rs 4.25 crore of disproportionate assets that included seizure of Rs 2.45 crore from his residence in New Delhi.
Special CBI Judge V K Maheshwari held the 82-year-old politician from Himachal Pradesh guilty under various provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act.
During the arguments in the case, special CBI prosecutor Gurdial Singh had alleged that Sukhram, in his capacity as a public servant during the period from June 20, 1991 to August 16, 1996, had abused his official position and amassed huge assets including one palatial house at Ghaziabad and a farm house in Himachal Pradesh, besides cash, bank balances and jewellery.
- Corruption is eating India’s vitals as Sonia the defacto P.M. rules
- Union Minister Mahavir Prasad booked in murder case
- Now, Election Commissioner Navin Chawla in land row
- RAW officer arrested by CBI for taking bribe
- DDA Scam
- "Such police can not be called as Rakshak (Saviour) of people but need to given a title of Bhakshak (Eater)"
- Cop reinstated in nine days after being suspended for laxity by Times of India on December 14, 2008
So how do you punish someone coming from a family with a history of corruption who lets anyone, may be terrorists, cross in to the state during "high alert" for a bribe of mere Rs 10? You post him to the Immigration cell. You don't fire him from the job but promote him. Wow!
- Caught on camera: 'Codes' to break the law by Times Now on December 12, 2008
- करना ही पड़ेगा सरकारी बंगला खाली नवभारत टाइम्स द्वारा नवम्बर २७, २००८ को
- मानवाधिकार आयोग के मुआवजा देने पर सवाल नवभारत टाइम्स द्वारा नवम्बर २७, २००८ को
- Jail for Delhi Jal Board ex-CEO for polluting Yamuna by TOI on November 26, 2008
The Yamuna will finally get cleaner. In a stunning instance of judicial activism, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday ordered a two-week jail term for former DJB CEO Arun Mathur and two other top officials of the Board for their failure to prevent sewage from flowing into the Yamuna despite assuring the court two years ago that they would take steps to stem the sewage flow into the river.
Now that this jail term is hanging over the heads of the officers, there is a very good chance that the problem that didn't get fixed for two years, will get DJB's priority attention. The three officers have also been fined Rs 20,000 each, to be deducted from their salary immediately. A fourth officer, ex-chief engineer B M Dhaul escaped HC's wrath as he has retired.
A visibly angry Justice Dhingra said, "It is only in this country that citizens have to knock at the doors of court in order to get reliefs of the kind sought here. It only shows with what contempt normal citizens of this country are dealt with by authorities and essential facilities like sewage lines are not maintained by DJB despite repeated complaints of the citizen." He also lashed out at DJB for "deep-rooted corruption in the department."
Justice Dhingra bridled at what he viewed as DJB's attempts to wriggle out of this spot. The agency claimed it had carried out repairs but this was a case of re-occurrence of flow of sewage in the storm water drain due to fresh settlement.
But the court said, "Excuses are always available for those who don't wish to work." It also trashed DJB's defence that the sewer lines of GK, Masjid Moth and Chirag Enclave were more than 35 years old and so susceptible to collapse. "Main trunk sewer lines are meant to last not decades but centuries since they are life lines of cities and with them is connected the entire sewage system," the judge said.
He added: "If a department meant to look after sewer lines is unable to stop flow of sewage and sullage into storm water and Yamuna river, questions can be asked about the utility of such a department. repeated failure of sewer system shows the quality of work being done by DJB...If two and a half years isn't enough to stop flow of sewage, what period of time is needed by DJB nobody knows."
- Why is the Indian Air Force (IAF) flying Antonia Maino aka Sonia Gandhi? by Offstumped on September 18, 2007
- Kamala Nehru trust runs on expired lease by TOI on November 23, 2008
- UP PF Scam by Judges
- CBI to probe PF scam, gets 3 months to file report by Times of India on September 24, 2008
- UP PF scam: Transfer of judges recommended for fair probe
- Allahabad HC suspends Session Judge by Zee News on September 18, 2008
- PF scam: SC seeks Center's response on CBI probe by TNN, TOI on September 16, 2008
- Captain of his fate by Ashutosh Kumar, Indian Express on September 15, 2008
- Kickbacks to Ministers, Health officials, said World Bank but Govt sits on report by Vikas Dhoot, Indian Express on September 6, 2007
- Lessons on corruption from our Shaastr and History
Freedom to be corrupt by Bharat Jhunjhunwala on April 11, 2006
- Lok Ayukta raids show 9 babus worth रु 19 crores in Bangaluru (misnomer: Bangalore)
- Lok Ayukta raids show 9 babus worth रु 19 crores by TOI on September 12, 2008
- Banglore: Promotion Chances of Two Corrupt Officials Bleak, More Assets Unearthed by Daijiworld Media Network on September 13, 2008
- Lok Ayukta bite can sink deeper by TOI on August 29, 2008
Dismiss them, make sure no one in their whole family tree can ever get a govt. job or run for an election. And hang them with Mohd. Afzal. These islamic terrorists carry out communal terrorism, but these corrupt babus are carrying out an economic terrorism on the nation.
- On Anna b'day, DMK gifts freedom to prisoners by CNN-IBN on September 13, 2008
The DMK government in Tamil Nadu is in the eye of a storm for announcing the release of 1,400 life convicts currently lodged across jails in the state.What the hell is this? Who is Karunanidhi to pardon such deadly criminals who are deemed threat to the society by the law of the land in the name of a secessionist and anti-Hindu communal Annudarai? What is this a banana land owned and abused by this one person's cheap ideology?
In a move to mark the birth centenary of the party founder CN Annadurai, Chief Minister M Karunanidhi has decided to release life convicts who have completed seven years in prison and has announced a five-year relaxation for prisoners aged 60 years and above.
- How corrupt is your state? by CNN-IBN on September 1, 2008
- Gangster Chhota Rajan tells all about sacked cop Pradeep Sharma by CNN-IBN on September 1, 2008
- 22 customs men held with bar dancers in Khandala
- 22 customs men held with bar dancers in Khandala by Pranati Mehra and Vijay Singh, TNN, TOI on August 28, 2008
- Arrested: 22 govt officials, 11 bar girls watching porn by CNN-IBN on August 27, 2008
- If this is coalition dharma then we don’t need it on June 18, 2008
The Session Judge Singh was accused of helping the accused in a case. Meanwhile, the judge was granted bail in another case of violation of Supreme Court’s order.