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Preliminary investigation of the serial bombings at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya by a joint team of the Intelligence Bureau and National Investigation Agency suggest that the blasts might have be

J&K: Intel warns of false info

Intelligence agencies have warned security forces operating in the Valley, particularly the Army, to be extremely careful about their informers or “source based information’’ as they could be delibera

Rise in terror aid networks near Srinagar

The Centre’s intelligence agencies have warned the home ministry in a report that militant groups operating in the Kashmir Valley have once again managed to build a “formidable network of support syst

Govt mulls immunity for intel brass

In what is being viewed as a direct fallout of the CBI questioning a top Intelligence Bureau official in connection with the Ishrat Jahan encounter case, the government is now contemplating providing legal immunity to the top brass of key intelligence agencies, particularly those dealing with anti-terror operations. This would be similar to the legal protection given to police officers in criminal cases where an accused arrested by them is acquitted by a court of law at a later stage.

Govt wants to rein in cricket board

The government is not just planning a stringent law against match-fixing to clear the existing mess in the cricketing world but will also be tightening the screws on the BCCI in an attempt to make the cricket board more accountable.

Govt to seek legal opinion on IPL continuation

The government, sources said, will seek legal opinion on whether or not the IPL should be discontinued.
Voices are being raised within the political spectrum that the IPL should be stopped immediately as it has become a major centre for match-fixing and spot-fixing. If the IPL does continue, the government is keen to de-link it from the BCCI so as to keep the board insulated from the adverse activities and criticism that the IPL is facing.

IPL rot deeper, but no hard evidence: Cops

A crime branch official with one of the three bookies arrested in connection with IPL spot-fixing at Killa court in Mumbai

Information available with the Delhi police’s special cell has revealed that spot-fixing allegedly took place in at least 15 matches in the current IPL season with the involvement of as many as 25 pla

3 players held for cricket crime

In the biggest controversy to have hit Indian cricket, the Delhi police special cell arrested three players of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team, including former international cricketer S.

New system planned to appoint top babus

Taking serious note of the “Railgate” cash-for-postings scandal, the government now plans to totally overhaul the process of appointing top bureaucrats, and will soon come out with a comprehensive pol

Govt plans to insulate CBI from external pressure

The government is planning a slew of measures to keep the CBI insulated from external pressure in wake of the severe indictment of the agency’s functioning by the Supreme Court.

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