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ED action sparks political brouhaha in West Bengal

The sudden flurry of activities by the enforcement directorate (ED) right in the middle of the poll season has raised a political storm in West Bengal. After the ED, which works under the union ministry of finance, issued notice to one of the Trinamool Congress candidates for Lok Sabha elections and few others in connection with the Saradha chit fund scam, the state government alleged on Sunday that the ED was working at the behest of union finance minister P Chidambaram. Directly questioning th


Now BCCI suggests 3-member panel to probe IPL spot-fixing

SPORTS | Faced with a credibility crisis arising out of the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal, the BCCI on Sunday suggested to the Supreme Court a three-member committee made up of eminent persons to probe the corruption case on the directives of the apex court.

FIR against Giriraj Singh as BJP distances itself from Pak remark

NATION | A visibly embarrassed BJP had to distance itself on Sunday from party’s Bihar leader Giriraj Singh’s offensive remark that Pakistan is the place for those opposing its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, while opposing parties like the Congress, JD(U) and RJD slammed the comment.

Lalu to gain as contest reduced to Modi vs ‘secular’ wrangle

NATION | In the communally sensitive Seemanchal and Bhagalpur areas of Bihar bordering West Bengal and Jharkhand, despite everybody seeking vote in the name of development, there is a palpable undertone to entice the voters on the communal lines. While the seats in Seemanchal – Kishanganj, Araria, Purnea and Katihar – has large Muslim presence, Bhagalpur is infamous for the worst ever communal riots of 1989.

Sports

Delhi keen to carry on momentum against CSK
Handed a shock defeat in their tournament opener, former champions Chennai Super Kings would be eager to bounce back against a resurgent Delhi Daredevils in IPL-7 on Monday
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IM tying the knot with Naxals now?
Inspired by the Naxal style of functioning and facing acute shortage of arms and ammunition, Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives have gone to Naxal groups seeking help for logistics, sources told Millennium Post.
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