New Delhi, Feb 05 (ANI): LC Goyal has replaced Anil Goswami as the new Union Home Secretary, following a controversy over arrest of former Union Minister involved in Saradha chit fund scam. Anil Goswami, earlier on Wednesday, was sacked for allegedly interfering with the Central Bureau of Investigation over the arrest by the agency of Saradha Scam accused Matang Sinh. According to reports, Goswami had earlier in the day been summoned by the Prime Minister's Office over the issue and was invited to put forth his version. Goswami, a 1978 IAS officer, was due to retire in July after serving a two-year tenure and was the first bureaucrat from Jammu and Kashmir to rise to the post of Home Secretary.Feb 5, 2015
Today, I am going to talk about Delhi. Again!
What can be more important than the election in the capital?! ...other than AIB's Roast and Amma Cement!
This is an important event for those people who lived nearly a year with out a Chief Minister. And they all survived! Thanks to kejriwal, because he broke up with us on valentines dayFeb 5, 2015
New Delhi, Feb 05 (ANI): Home Secretary Anil Goswami was sacked last evening following a controversy over interference with CBI probe in Saradha chit fund scam. Political leaders gave mixed reactions on Thursday on the issue as LC Goyal will soon take charge as the new Home Secretary. Congress leader PC Chacko and AAP leader Ashutosh condemned the Central government for being biased with bureaucrats. Meanwhile, BJP leader GVL Narasimha Rao said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government will not allow any interference in the functioning of investigation agencies.Feb 5, 2015
Kaushambi, Feb 5 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday exuded confidence saying the people of Delhi have faith in their party and they would win in the upcoming elections. The Delhi polls on Saturday will be a direct fight between the BJP, AAP and the Congress. The results would be announced on February 10.Feb 5, 2015
New Delhi, Feb 05 (ANI): A huge protest was held in Delhi on Thursday over the series of attacks on churches in the national capital. Shouting slogans for justice, agitators demanded immediate action against those responsible for the attacks. Police have detained few protestors for violation of Section 144 before elections. St. Alphonsa's Church in Vasant Kunj was the latest church attacked in the capital on Monday. Following the attack, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issued notices to the Secretary, Union Home Ministry, Chief Secretary, Government of NCT of Delhi and the Commissioner of Police, Delhi calling for detailed reports including the status of investigation into allegations of desecration of the sanctity of the St. Alphonsa's Church.Feb 5, 2015