A six-year-old School girl has been raped twice by a teacher on School Campus in East Bangalore, which it was the second incident occurred in the Bangalore city in past 10 days. According to sources, the 37-year-old Hindi teach Jaishankar has been allegedly raped six-year-old 1st class student in the boys' toilet at Vibgyor International School. On Tuesday, class I student has complained to her mother of irritation in her private parts, where she again complained of pain on Wednesday evening. Later, the mother rushed to the government hospital to a gynecologist, who confirmed the sexual assault says reports. Meanwhile, the six-year-old girl was assaulted couple of occasion on Tuesday and Wednesday said Alok Kumar, Additional Commissioner of police, Law and Order. Alok Kumar insists that rape case has been filed at the Jeevanbhima Nagar police station, where he also visited the school campus on Thursday evening. He added we have arrested that person and also lodged a complaint a case against the school for not following police rules and guidelines. A charge-sheet has been filed in the case of six-year-old girl at the Vibgyor International School.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Devendra Fadnavis will sworn as Maharashtra Chief Minister on Friday October 31, while Shiv Sena party has decides to skip the mega ceremony. Shiv Sena Lok Sabha MP and secretary Vinayak Raut said our MLAs have not been received any necessary respect and we have decided to skip from the swearing-in ceremony. He added Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray is likely to stay away despite an invitation. According to sources Shiv Sena has not decided whether they will sit on the opposition benches or support the government in Maharashtra Assembly. Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena has been facing vertical split in the party over joining with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, whereas a few members of the cadre aims to sit out and claim the opposition against the BJP-led minority government, which will be supported by the National Congress Party. BJP General Secretary Rajiv Pratap Rudy has released a statement on Thursday that no Shiv Sena leader would be attended into the Maharashtra cabinet on Friday and Uddhav Thackeray will reportedly skip Devendra Fadnavis' swearing. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leaders are likely to meet party chief Uddhav Thackeray's residence Matoshree on Friday to decide whether they will join with Devendra Fadnavis' BJP government in Maharashtra or not.
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has praised Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee chief Dr G. Parameshwar who has served four years for the state in this post. Siddaramaiah said Parameshwar is the first KPCC president to finish the four years in his office and had very good organizing skills to maintain the party in tough times and should continue as KPCC president in future. Siddaramaiah, the 66-year-old CM told to reporters in a condolence meeting at the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee office to pay tribute to former KPCC president V.S. Koujalagi. Siddaramaiah said Dr Parameshwar is having multi-talent leadership qualities and organizing skills, where he is having ability to ensure unity among lakhs of Congress party workers in the Karnataka state. Dr G Parameshwar has played key role in Karnataka Assembly elections to lead Congress party to victory and his contribution to the party's victory in both the local body and Assembly elections are worth able says Siddaramaiah. He added Dr Parameshwar is also blessed by AICC president Sonia Gandhi and AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi. CM is likely to join along with G Parameshwara in election campaign in Gram Panchayat polls in May.
Shiv Sena has decide to join along with Central ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party to form a government in Maharashtra on Thursday 30th October. Maharashtra State BJP Chief Devendra Fadnavis has been selected as Maharashtra new Chief Minister by Bharatiya Janata Party, where the oath ceremony will held at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Friday October 31. According to sources around only six minister will take oath along with Chief Minister Fadnavis. 44-year-old Devendra Fadnavis insists that he is very thank full to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Pankaja Munde and all the party leaders. He added he is going to take a big responsibility and our government will focus and develop over good governance. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided Devendra Fadnavis as their chief ministerial candidate of Maharashtra and the party will join with Shiv Sena to form government. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has emerged as the single largest party by winning 122 legislators in the 288-Maharashtra member Assembly.
Black Money Case-Narendra Modi Government has submitted a list of 627 Indians Black Money holders accounts details in HSBC Bank, Geneva, to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, which it will direct its special investigating team (SIT) to investigate them and take appropriate action against account holders. Narendra Modi Government has submitted around 627 black money accounts holders to Supreme Court on Wednesday October 29, where the another damp squib as the account holders has got much time to transfer their money to their banks or even close their accounts says reports. According to sources attorney general Mukul Rohatgi said he had got a sealed envelope contained three documents, where the French government has given the complete list of Black Money holders names and a status report. In the Black Money account holders list around 150 account holders have been paid fines and clarified other taxation formalities. Meanwhile, Most of the accounts in aboard banks have been running in the name of trusts or foundations, which the money could never be traced back to the original account holders in India.
Karnataka Government doctors are still holding strike from Monday, around 2,000 doctors have been part of the strike from government hospitals across from the Karnataka state demanding salaries and other facilities. Meanwhile, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said he is likely to meet leaders of Karnataka Government Medical Officers’ Association (KGMOA) at 3.30 pm on Wednesday, where he had not accepted any of the resignations submitted by the doctors. Siddaramaiah is looking very confident of ironing out the issues during Wednesday meeting with KGMOA, while Health Minister U.T. Khader also discussed with the head doctors to solve the issue. CM said people will blame the doctors, who are not attending their duties for the plight of patients across the Karnataka state and it is nothing wrong to do strike of their demands against government, but they should keep in mind that they have a social responsibility. According to sources few doctors have stayed back in each hospital to attend emergency surgeries and other treatments, while those working government doctors also sent their resignations with their colleagues.
Black money Case-Supreme Court has ordered Central Government to reveal all the names of the Black Money holders, where the Apex Court has ordered a statement that BJP government to release all the names by Wednesday 29th October. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has unveil only three names Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhiya, Rajkot-based bullion trader, Pradeep Burman, the promoter of Dabur India, Radha Satish Timblo, Director of Goa-based mining company Timblo Pvt. Ltd. On Tuesday, The Supreme Court has ordered Narendra Modi Government that the entire list of the black money holders to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) and the court by Wednesday October 29. Meanwhile, the Finance Ministry has already submitted the complete list to the Special Investigation Team (SIT). It will be very interesting if the central government will capable to salvage some grace from the Supreme Court lashings. The Supreme Court has suggested Centre government not to give ‘one, two, or three names of the Black money account holders but the entire list provided by the foreign countries. Report says the court is likely to direct investigation to be done by Special Investigation Team (SIT) or any other agencies including CBI.
The new Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis wants to follow footsteps of India Prime Minister Narendra Modi to develop Maharashtra State in next five years. Report says PM Modi has planned the stage for developmental politics and he has given the country a direction. He added he would like to promise people that the Maharashtra state will be having a transparent government and role of the people and their participation will be high on our agenda. Devendra Fadnavis has joined along with his party leaders to meet Maharashtra Governor C Vidhyasagar Rao on Tuesday evening, said we have scheduled government formation in Maharashtra, as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged as the single largest party in recent Assembly polls and go-ahead by the Governor to form government. Meanwhile, the swearing-in ceremony will held on Friday October 31 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, where Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expecting to form a small cabinet ministers of 15 says Reports. On Monday, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state legislature party scheduled high profile meeting with 121 party MLAs at Vidhan Bhawan, CM Fadnavis was elected as the BJP leader announced by senior leaders Eknath Khadse, Vinod Tawde, Sudhir Mumgantiwar and Pankaja Munde Palwe including Central Home Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP general secretary J P Nadda.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is expecting to inaugurate Vishwa Tuluvere Parba 2014, schedule to take place at Sahyadri College campus in Adyar from December 12 to 14 says District in charge minister B Ramanath Rai. Karnataka Tulu Sahitya Academy will host the Vishwa Tuluvere Parba festival, as part of the silver jubilee year of Akhila Bharatha Tulu Okkoota. It was founded at Mulky in 1989 and he had requested Chief Minister for his arrival to the Vishwa Tuluvere Parba. Meanwhile, Siddaramaiah is likely to talk with the agitating doctors in the Karnataka state, where 4,000 doctors have been associated to the State Government Medical Officers’ Association have threatened to resign on Monday. He added Siddaramaiah said in a statement that Karnataka government has been working to resolve the deadlock and Health Minister U T Khader has been discussing with the doctors and hopes to resolve the pay parity issue. According to sources the government doctors have been demanding to scale up the salaries, who are working in the department in state-run teaching hospitals. U T Khader has already confirmed that the government will not pay the salaries for a postgraduate medical professional to a government doctor, who was finished MBBS.
Maharashtra Government-Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) has been appointed state BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis as Maharashtra's new chief minister at a high profile meeting of the BJP newly-elected legislators on Tuesday. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to shift their plans to the grand swearing ceremony for the Friday evening October 31. The 44-year-old state BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis will have a grand swearing ceremony on Friday in front of BJP Leaders and expecting 40,000 party workers at Mumbai's iconic Wankhede stadium. India Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the oath ceremony at Wankhede stadium, where Indian cricket team have their ICC World Cup Championship in 2011. Narendra Modi will join along with BJP Leaders Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP President Amit Shah and other party A-listers, Bollywood celebrities and business persons. Devendra Fadnavis has become the BJP's first ever Maharashtra chief minister and he is likely to lead a ‘mini-cabinet’ of six to nine ministers, all from the BJP. Meanwhile, BJP will meet the Maharashtra governor to indicate the state government formation. Central Home minister and senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh is likely to act as observer at the 04:00 pm high profile meeting in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Black Money Live Updates-According to sources Timblo Private Limited has donated 9 times to ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and thrice to INC Between Financial Year in from 2004-05 and 2011-12. Managing Director of a Goa-based mining company Radha S. Timblo and bullion trader Chamanbhai Lodhia of Gujarat, two of the three businesspersons have been charged of stashing black money abroad. Businesspersons said in a statement that they have donated money to the BJP and Congress several times. Radha S. Timblo had donated around Rs.1.18 crore to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rs.65 lakh to the Congress from 2004-12, while Chamanbhai Lodhia has given approximately Rs.51,000 to the BJP says reports. The statement insists that the donations have been made by individuals and government officials to the national parties in between 2004-05 and 2011-12, which shows Timblo Pvt Ltd donated for nine times to the BJP of Rs 1.18 crore and thrice to the Congress of Rs.65 lakhs in seven years. Timblo Pvt Ltd is well known as many mining companies accused of making illegal mining by the Justice M.B. Shah commission, which it was exposed around Rs.35,000 crore illegal mining scam in the state.
The Union Government has released names of the three persons, who are listed in black money account holders in an affidavit to the Supreme Court on Monday morning says reports. According to sources Union Government has revealed three names Pradip Burman, director of the Burman Group, Pankaj Chimanlal Lodya, a Rajkot-based bullion trader and Radha S Timblo, a Goa-based miner and owner of Timblo Pvt Ltd.Reports also hinted that four Congress Party leaders including a former minister of the previous UPA Government are under investigation, where the central government is likely to release their names after the probe is completed. Among the four members of Congress party, which two people belonging to powerful political families of Maharashtra. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi has been reported to have submitted a supplementary affidavit in the apex court on Monday, which it was submitted in detail list of names in a sealed envelope.