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The mystery surrounding the death of a Panchkula realtor has got murkier following the suspected involvement of two more persons coming to light during investigations being carried out by the Mohali police. To ascertain the involvement of the two
Kumar, to lead the trade promotion arm of the US Commerce Department charged with helping US companies succeed in markets around the world. Kumar, who has been nominated Assistant Secretary and Director General of the US and Foreign Commercial
With no sign of remorse, convict Suresh Kumar says he will go for appeal The accused Suresh Kumar stood in the middle of a packed courtroom that was all hushed up and huddled together to hear the pronouncement. Reading out the verdict, Judge
A Mohali court has ordered narco-analysis of two suspects involved in the mysterious death of 28-year-old Panchkula realtor Suresh Kumar. Earlier this week, the court had allowed a petition by the Mohali police seeking permission of narco-analysis
in the country increased by 9.6 per cent to OMR11.6 billion by end-June 2013, from OMR10.64 billion for the same period of last year...However, the credit growth on a quarter-on-quarter basis was around three per cent for March-June period of 2013. "
In another significant development, the Mohali Police has received the DNA report in the case after a two-year wait. The DNA test was ordered as the victim's body was charred and despite his parent's testifying that the body was of their son, samples
A 26-year-old Indian died under mysterious circumstances in Dubai early this month. The family of Shyam Kumar Nair has claimed he was in perfect health when he arrived from India barely two weeks ago to work in a Dubai bank.
Displaying little emotion, the man who snuffed out the life of 23-year-old Vinodhini with a vicious acid attack stood barefooted with folded hands, as he heard the first prosecution witnesses testify against him on Monday.The trial in the acid attack
In its meeting on Saturday, the state cabinet approved a slew of pro-people measures like housing schemes and water projects, besides granting funds to mutts. After the meeting at Vidhana Soudha, urban development minister S Suresh Kumar told
S Suresh Kumar, said the state government has sought Rs2,379 crore from the Centre for a project to provide drinking water and underground drainage (UGD) system to 110 villages around Bangalore...The projects will be taken up as soon as the Union