Smart tactic of distracting people from CORRUPTION

Khabar Bureau  
New Delhi: Now there is more trouble for Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal because on Tuesday CBI gave orders to investigate against the claims made by AAP party leader Kapil Mishra.Mishra filed 3 FIR’s against several AAP ministers with CBI.

Mishra claimed that Health minister Satyender jain had a land settlement with brother in law of kejriwal. And second complaint was how he will be benefitted by relatives of kejriwal.

Third FIR will be related to Foreign tours using illegal money by  Satyendra Jain, Ashish Khetan, Raghav Chaddha, Sanjay Singh and Durgesh Pathak.

Mishra also said that issue of tempering in EVM machine is only to distract people from alligations of corruptions.

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Mulayam distances himself from front formed by brother Shivpal

Khabar Bureau
New Delhi:In Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav withdraws from formation of ShivpalYadav'sMorcha. He said that his brother Shivpal didn’t speak to him before announcing the formation of secular front. 
Talking at Lucknowon Saturday he said he would talk to Shivpal and pacify him. He said that no one in the family or party wanted a split in the 25-year-old Samajwadi Party.

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Nine more held for involvement in Sukma cops massacre case

Khabar Bureau
New Delhi:In Chhattisgarh, 19 Naxalites, nine of them allegedly involved in the deadly attack on CRPF personnel last week, were arrested from separate places in Sukma district on Saturday. 
Sukma Additional Superintendent of Police JitendraShukla said that out of nine Naxalites who were allegedly involved in the Burkapal attack, six were rounded up from Chintagufa police station area and three others from Chintalnar police station limits. 
He said, around a dozen suspects were also rounded up during joint search operations by the Central Reserve Police Force, the CoBRA and the district force in Chintalnar, Chintagufa and Burkapal areas of Sukma for questioning. 

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Class X boards back, so the policy to detain non-performers

Khabar Bureau
New Delhi:Union Human Resources Development Minister PrakashJavadekar on Saturday said that major changes have been brought about to improve the school education system in the country. Inaugurating the North-Eastern Region workshop on 'Innovations and Best Practises in School Education' organised by the HRD ministry here, he listed the changes as allowing detainment in the same class and reverting to examinations for assessing academic progress of students, besides updating NCERT textbooks.

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AAP suspected of FCRA violations, asked to explain foreign funding

New Delhi: The Centre has asked the Aam Aadmi Party into furnish details of its overseas funding. The Home Ministry asked the party to explain certain fundings from abroad after suspected violation of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.

Official sources said, the communication was part of its routine queries sent to a few other political parties regarding overseas funding to them.