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Delhi court extends CBI custody for Christian Michel : AgustaWestland Chopper Case

  Delhi court on Saturday extended by four days the CBI custody of Christian Michel, alleged middleman charge-sheeted and arrested in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper case. The 57-year-old British national was produced before Special Judge Arvind Kumar. The probe agency told the judge that Michel needs to be confronted with various documents in the case Read More…

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England’s chief magistrate cleared but Mallya extradition could be a longer Process

Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya should be extradited from Britain to India to face fraud charges resulting from the collapse of his defunct Kingfisher Airlines, a London court ruled on Monday.   India wants to bring criminal action against Mallya, 62, whose business interests have ranged from aviation to liquor, over $1.4 billion in loans Kingfisher Read More…

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1,700 detained , 179 injured resultant of Clashes between ‘yellow vest’ protesters Vrs French police

French police arrested 1,700 people nationwide and held 1,200 in custody after containing several late-night skirmishes on Saturday.   About 179 people were hurt as extreme-right, extreme-left and anarchist elements defied riot forces in Paris.   The streets of Paris are returning to normal as crews remove debris after protests by a grassroots movement forced Read More…

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Britain Middleman Christian Michel in Indian court, sent to 5-day CBI custody

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) which arrested Michel at IGI Airport in Delhi late Tuesday night, produced him before special court in Patiala House court complex on Wednesday after over 12 hours of interrogation.   A Special CBI court in Delhi on Wednesday sent Christian Michel to a 5-day CBI custody, a day after Read More…

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Churchill made 1943 Bengal famine killed 3 million

It has been 75 years since one of the worst humanitarian disasters the Bengal Famine — hit the then undivided Bengal. Taking advantage of the ongoing World War II, the British in 1943 managed to censor news and sweep the massive death toll under the carpet; since then, however, historians and researchers have generously pegged Read More…

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Congress allege Dassault CEO Manufacturing Lies : Rafale Scam

Responding to Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier’s defence of Rafale deal in an interview, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said the country needs fair investigation and not doctored explanations Asserting that the truth has a way of coming out, the Congress on Tuesday said “dictated interviews” and “manufactured lies” cannot suppress the Rafale scam. The nation Read More…

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Putin – Modi Summit Signed eight Pacts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian president Vladimir Putin met on Friday for the 19th India-Russia annual bilateral summit and the two sides signed eight pacts after talks between the leaders. Modi said that talks with Putin have given a new direction to the bilateral strategic partnership and Russia has always been a part of India’s growth Read More…

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Hyperloop capsule unveiled at Spain

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT/HTT) provided the first look of their full-scale passenger Hyperloop capsule at an unveiling ceremony in Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain. The capsule, “Quintero One” is constructed almost completely out of HyperloopTT’s Vibranium — a specially made dual-layer smart composite material.  It was built at the Southern Spain aerospace facilities of HyperloopTT’s Read More…