Police Questions Self-Styled God-Women Geeta Mata For About Two Hours In Burari Mass Death Case

New Delhi:The police are questioning the relatives, neighbours and employees of the Buradifamily. More than 100 people have been quizzed so far. This is an attempt to unravel the mystery behind the deaths of 11 members of the family, the Delhi Police has questioned their employees, including a mason who had installed 11 pipes at their house and his daughter.

The police also questioned Geeta, who according to some reports was the "self-styled god-woman" Lalit had met, for about two hours on Friday. Geeta is the daughter of the mason who had fixed the 11 pipes, the police said.

According to the reports, Lalit had met Geeta recently, and he had told her that he would meet her again on July 10. Geeta told the police she had nothing to do with the deaths. "The only link Geeta has with the family is that she is the daughter of the mason. She told police she had never met Lalit," the officer said. The police are yet to solve the mystery of the pipes - all 11 of them protruding from a wall facing an empty plot, where there was no water outlet.


Tejashwi Yadav Says, Nitish Kumar Not Needed In The RJD-Led Grand Alliance

New Delhi:Rashtriya Janata Dal leader and former minister in the Nitish Kumar government Tejashwi Yadav takes on Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar by saying that if Nitish Kumar takes retirement from politics then RJD can join JD (U). He asserted that Kumar is not needed in the RJD-led grand alliance.

Tejashwi, while addressing the party workers on RJD's foundation day programme asked them to be prepared for simultaneous Lok Sabha and Bihar Assembly polls.

While frequently referring to Kumar as "Nitish chacha (uncle)", Tejashwi made his stand on him clear. "If Nitish chacha is accepted in the grand alliance, then there will be no bigger opportunist than Tejashwi Yadav. Forgive us, uncle, the grand alliance just does not need you". "I don't want to be the CM because of someone's favour. I will be the CM if people of the state bless me," Tejashwi Yadav said.


UK Court Orders In Favour Of 13 Indian Banks Granting Permission To Seize Mallya’s Properties

New Delhi: A United Kingdom (UK) court has ordered in favour of 13 Indian banks and granted permission to seize properties of liquor baron Vijay Mallya in UK. This has come as a major setback for the fugitive liquor baron.

The order grants permission to the UK High Court Enforcement Officer to enter the 62-year-old tycoon's properties in Hertfordshire, near London. It permits the officer and his agents entry to Ladywalk and Bramble Lodge in Tewin, Welwyn, where Mallya is currently based, said.

According to legal experts with knowledge of the case, the latest order by the High Court's Queen's Bench Division is the granting of permission, should it be required, while the banks consider "all the enforcement options available to them".


Supreme Court Asks Management Of Jagannath Temple If It Can Allow Entry Of Non-Hindus

New Delhi:The Supreme Court has asked the management of Jagannath Temple at Puri to provide details whether it can allow entry of non-Hindus, subject them to sticking to a dress code or undertaking to abide by its traditions.

“We also had an interaction on the issue whether the Temple Management can consider, subject to such regulatory measures with regard to dress code, furnishing of a declaration or such other requirements as considered necessary permitting every visitor irrespective of his faith to offer respects and make offerings to the Deity”, a bench of Justices A K Goel and S Abdul Nazeer said in an order while hearing a petition regarding affairs of the temple.


After Fourth List 20% Undergraduate Seats Left For Admissions At Delhi University

New Delhi: With the fourth list of Delhi University admission out, only about 20 per cent undergraduate seats are left for admissions at Delhi University colleges but some popular courses such as Economics (Hons) and English (Hons) are still open at a few colleges.The drop in cut-offs for many courses ranged from 0.25 to 0.50 percentage points and for many others it remained same as the third list.

Out of the 56,000 total seats available in DU colleges, as many as 44,700 seats were filled by the end of admissions under the third cut-off list, a university official said.Admission to Economics (Hons), BCom (Hons) and English (Hons) were open at Hans Raj College where the cut-off was 96.75% for the first two courses and 95.75% for the last.