A mall in Srinagar among 12 properties worth Rs 15 crore owned by Yasin Maik: NIA Read more at: https://www.oneindia.com/india/a-mall-in-srinagar-among-12-properties-worth-rs-15-crore-owned-by-yasin-malik-nia

THE NEWS INDIA 24/7 NATIONAL NEWS NETYWORK…New Delhi, July 21: The National Investigation Agency, which is probing the terror funding case in Jammu and Kashmir has zeroed in on various properties possessed by Yasin Malik. The NIA listed 12 properties belonging to Malik, which are located in Srinagar. The properties, which are also in the name of his relatives is valued at around 15 crore. Among these properties is a mall at Srinagar, NIA officials say. File Photo of Yasin Malik The National Investigation Agency had recently filed a chargesheet…

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Nageswar Rao moved out of CBI

THE NEWS INDIA 24/7 NATIONAL NEWS NETWORK….New Delhi, July 5: IPS officer M Nageswar Rao was on Friday removed from the post of CBI additional director and posted as a Director General Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guard. IPS officer M Nageswar Rao A 1986-batch IPS officer from Odisha cadre, Rao held the position of interim chief of the CBI twice. According to an official order, he was removed from the post of CBI additional director and posted as a Director General Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guard.…

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Chhattisgarh: Sand mafia loots Shivnath Rive …!!

THE NEWS INDIA 24/7 NATIONAL NEWS NETWORK…New Delhi, July 03: Sand mafia has been openly looting Shivnath River in Chhattisgarh and causing exchequer loss of crores of rupees, say sources. The 345-kilometres Shivnath River is the longest tributary of Mahanadi River, which it joins in Khargahni in Bilaspur district in Chhattisgarh. File photo of Shivnath River It originates in the Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra and joins the Mahanadi River near the small town Shivrinarayan in Chhattisgarh. According to sources, till now sand mafia has been able to sell the looted…

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PM Modi returns with Mann ki Baat today

THE NEWS INDIA 24/7 NATIONAL  NEWS NETWORK …New Delhi, June 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will return with his monthly radio broadcast ‘Mann ki Baat’ today. On February 24, days before the Lok Sabha elections were announced, he had suspended his monthly broadcast for March and April. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Confident of his return, PM Modi had said he will be back with the programme on the last Sunday of May.

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