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” Kaul said.has already taken correct steps to express his readiness to face a probe by any agency? The statements came after the RSS said it was up to the BJP to decide the fate of Gadkariwho looked set to become party president for a second time before the allegations about shell companies investing in his enterprises surfaced Howeverin their statementsthe party leaders stopped short of giving Gadkari a clean chit They indicated that their support was only meant for our president against the UPAs strategy to paint the entire political class with the same brush to minimise and escape its unpardonable sins. The MP said do you know what you are saying and then slapped me, which is about their government, That person,There are over half a dozen projects of the Centre, Under Section 79 of the Maharashtra Co-operative Housing Societies Act, 2015 3:47 am A photo of the deceased circulated on Twitter.

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The relations between India and Pakistan have witnessed some positive developments after a chill lastingseveral months The two countries recently decided to launch a comprehensive dialogue after PM Modi and Sharif met on the sidelines of the Paris climate change conference Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj had earlier met Sharif in Islamabad at the Heart of Asia conference PM Modi had landed earlier today in Kabul where he held talks with President Ashraf Ghani and inaugurated the new Parliament building He had also made a visit to Moscow where he held comprehensive discussions with President Vladimir Putin and inked several deals (With PTI inputs) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 26 2017 3:55 pm The Supreme Court (File Photo) Top News The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to consider making a law to regulate NGOs disbursal of funds to them and consequential proceedings on account of defaults and asked it to respond in eight weeks A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar said the existing regulations were not sufficient to regulate the NGOs across the country the disbursal of funds and consequential defaults The bench which also comprised Justices D Y Chandrachud and S K Kaul granted eight weeks to the Centre to mull over the idea of legislation and apprise the court about its stand Earlier in the day the government agency CAPART had recommended registration of 159 FIRs against various NGOs for alleged misappropriation or misuse of funds disbursed to them The Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART) which works under the Ministry of Rural Development and disburses funds to voluntary organisations working in rural areas said initially it had blacklisted 718 NGOs for not following the due process and not submitting their accounting details Subsequently it had removed 15 NGOs from the black-list after they complied with the accounting norms it said The Supreme Court had on January 10 said public money cannot go unaccounted for and those misappropriating must be prosecuted Taking umbrage to the fact that no steps have been taken to evolve a regulatory mechanism even after the lapse of six years since a PIL was filed the apex court had said the Centre and its departments were doling out crores of rupees to lakhs of NGOs societies and voluntary organisations but were not aware of the repercussion of non-auditing The bench had also warned that “mere blacklisting” of these organisations would not suffice and civil and criminal action should be initiated by CAPART/other government departments for misappropriating public money received by them from various government departments CBI had in September 2015 informed the apex court that less than ten per cent of over 30 lakh NGOs functioning across the country had submitted their returns or balance sheets and other financial details to the authorities The apex court had expanded the scope of the PIL filed in 2011 against Hind Swaraj Trust run by anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare The PIL had sought a probe into alleged embezzlement of funds For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kanishka Singh | New Delhi | Updated: October 3 2016 12:58 pm Pakistani military officials took busloads of Pakistani and foreign journalists to two forward positions on their side of the LoC to show them that there were “no surgical strikes” conducted by the Indian Army on terrorist launchpads and it was only cross border firing(AP Photo) Top News Pakistan is trying to change the narrative about India’s surgical strikes on terror launchpads along the LoC on early Thursday morning In a trademark denialist mode Pakistani military officials took busloads of Pakistani and foreign journalists to two forward positions on their side of the LoC to show them that there were “no surgical strikes” conducted by the Indian Army on terrorist launchpads and it was only cross border firing WATCH VIDEO: India’s Surgical Strikes: Exclusive Details Of The Operation Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa the director general of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) escorted journalists from international news outlets to prove wrong the Indian Army’s claim According to a report in the Express Tribune the journalists were taken to Boxor Formation and Hot Springs Formation along the LoC It said: “The purpose of the embedded tour was to allow journalists to independently investigate the Indian claim If the Indian military has really carried out a cross-border strike then it should also open up their side of the LoC to the media” Prominent media outlets represented included CNN BBC VOA Reuters AP AFP News Week and BBC Urdu Service The BBC report said: “As we were getting ready to be taken to the second location one of the senior officers accompanying us said that had there been a “surgical strike” – as India claims – there would have been many more dead bodies and a lot more damage The area seemed intact but if there were more dead bodies we would have no way of knowing We only saw what we were shown” The LoC which is the de facto border between India and Pakistan in Kashmir is the most militarised border front in the world It is also unusual for the military to take journalists to forward positions Journalists are rarely allowed to visit these areas and if they are then it is only with military escort and supervision The Pakistani ISPR took the journalists to locations where they claimed two Pakistani troops were killed and also contended that there are no signs of destruction visible anywhere near those locations Villagers who live nearby said that the Indian troops in the visible border outpost never lost their posts during the fated night This is also being peddled as an argument by Pakistan By common logic special ops teams that carried out covert surgical strikes on terror launchpads would not be mobilised from the border outposts Furthermore the fact that villagers were not able to catch the teams is also a sign of the effectively carried out operations which by its very covert nature needs to be swift and secretive The villagers agree to hearing lots of crossfire and army showed journalists that normal life continues However no media outlet seemed to question India’s claims and simply awaited India’s response on Pakistan’s actions The surgical strike was carried out as a counter infiltration operation along the LoC According to reports Indian Army killed at least 38 terrorists during the operation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthe owner, In a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.and given terms of 5 to 6 years each. 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