Communal virus takes deep roots in Mamata-run Bengal

New Delhi: West Bengal witnessing the communal fire rage once again. Communal clashes broke out on June 24 in Baduria in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal over an objectionable post on Facebook by a 17-year-old on Prophet Mohammed. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, instead of dousing the communal fire, has chosen the occasion to spit fire on State Governor Kesrinathtripathi.


Where is Charles Sobhraj recuperating post heart surgery?

New Delhi: The last heard about Charles Sobhraj was that he was successfully operated in a hospital in Kathmandu on June 12 for damaged mitral valves. Thereafter he has been missing from the media headlines, something very unusual, for the man attracts attention for anything he does.  
Born in Vietnam in 1944, Charles Sobhraj embarked on a life of crime in Europe in the 1960s. He committed an estimated two dozen murders in the 1970s but managed to escape incarceration several times, earning the nickname "The Serpent." Captured in 1976, Sobhraj spent most of the following two decades locked up in Tihar Jail, save for another successful escape in 1986. He was convicted again in 2004 for a murder.


Noida Builders Cock A Snook At YogiGovt, Refuse To File Completion Schedule

Noida: Noida officials have served one final notice notice to those housing project developers who have formed a cartel and decided to avoid government direction and not submit details of projects completion schedule. In the notice, the authority has warned project developers that they will have to come forward with commitment of completing incomplete housing projects to handover keys to buyers at the earliest possible.