Breaking news live updates: Punjab governor withdraws order summoning special assembly session demanded by AAP – Times of India
New York’s attorney general is suing former President Donald Trump and his three adult children, alleging business fraud, reports AP
Shiv Sena will give befitting reply to those who speak of finishing it off, says party president Uddhav Thackeray at Mumbai rally
EC orders YSRCP to clarify reports that Jagan made its life-time permanent president
Punjab governor withdraws orders calling for assembly session for a “confidence motion” called by the state government due to “absence of specific rules” to do so.
CBI arrests ABG Group’s founder-chairman Rishi Agarwal in Rs 22,000-crore bank fraud case: Officials (PTI)
Charge sheet filed against Teesta Setalvad, R B Sreekumar and Sanjiv Bhatt in Ahmedabad magistrate’s court in case of alleged fabrication of evidence in connection with Gujarat riots cases.
SpiceJet to continue operating half of its approved summer schedule till start of winter schedule: DGCA
Hearing to continue tomorrow in Supreme Court on various pleas against Karnataka High Court’s judgment upholding ban of Hijab in educational institutes
Cabinet approved National Logistics Policy. It’ll introduce ULIP, standardization, monitoring framework & skill development for greater efficiency in logistics services. Target is to improve Logistics Performance Index ranking, be among top 25 countries by 2030: Union Min A Thakur
SC says that strict action should be taken against such news anchors and they should be taken off the air.
SC says that now-a-days anchors of news channel take this hate speeches forward by allowing people to make such speeches in their show and by muting or by not allowing other people to counter such views.
SC expresses concern over TV channels becoming platform for hate speeches and says that government should put in place a mechanism to curb such practice without infringing upon the freedom of press.
Observing that hate speeches are like poison which is damaging the very social fabric of the country, Supreme Court seeks response from the centre whether it is contemplating to frame a law for this as recommended by law commission.
Cabinet approved PLI scheme for manufacturing of solar PV modules
Cabinet has approved Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme on ‘National programme on High Efficiency Solar PV Modules’ for achieving manufacturing capacity of Giga Watt (GW) scale in High Efficiency Solar PV Modules: Union Minister Anurag Thakur
Fresh tenders to be invited for Dharavi redevelopment project. Bidders to be given additional incentives. Cabinet approves proposal
Maharashtra state cabinet approves proposal. Casual leave for police personnel from police constable to police inspector increased from 12 to 20
Forest department busted a gang and arrested four persons native of Rajasthan who were roaming in Gir forest with the intention to commit theft of sandalwood
Thunderstorms with lightning and light to moderate rainfall likely to affect over some parts of West Burdwan, Nadia and Murshidabad districts of West Bengal during next 1-2 hours from 14:00 hours IST of today the 21.09.2022.
People are advised to stay in a safe place during thunderstorm activity.
ED initiated money laundering investigation on the basis of FIR registered by Barharwa Police Station, Sahebganj District, Jharkhand under various sections of IPC, 1860, against Pankaj Mishra & others. Later on, several FIRs regarding illegal mining lodged under IPC, Explosive substances Act, Arms Act have also been taken into the ambit of scheduled offence. Till date, ED has identified POC relating to illegal mining to the tune of more than Rs. 1000 Crore in this case.
PMLA Investigation revealed that Pankaj Mishra, who enjoys political clout, being the representative of the Chief Minister, MLA from Barhait, Sahebganj, Jharkhand controls the illegal mining businesses as well as inland ferry services in Sahebganj and its adjoining areas through his accomplices. He exercises considerable control over the mining of stone chips and boulders as well as installation and operations of several crushers, set up across various mining sites in Sahebganj.
Directorate of Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a Prosecution Complaint under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 before the Hon’ble Special Court under PMLA at Ranchi against (i) Pankaj Mishra, (ii) Bachhu Yadav and (iii) Prem Prakash. The Hon’ble Court was pleased to take the cognizance of the same on 20.09.2022.
During investigation, 47 number of searches were conducted throughout India on several dates resulting into the seizure of Cash amounting to Rs. 5.34 Crore, freezing of bank balances amounting to Rs. 13.32 Crore, freezing of an inland vessel MV Infralink -III, reg. No- WB 1809, 5 number of stone crushers, two nos. of Hyva trucks besides the seizure of incriminating documents along with two numbers of AK 47 Assault Rifles. Earlier ED had arrested Pankaj Mishra on 19.07.2022, Bachhu Yadav on 04.08.2022 and Prem Prakash on 25.08.2022. The accused persons so arrested are presently in judicial custody.