AAP Poster row: Somnath Bharti says Police acting under BJP govt, arrest unlawful

New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): Reacting on arrest of Four Aam Aadmi Party activists by Delhi Police who were pasting posters for defacing public property, party leader Somnath Bharti said that the police are acting under the BJP government and on their orders. Bharti said that the police never arrested Congress and BJP workers for putting up non-sensical and illogical posters and that they are working on behest of the central government. The AAP claimed that pasting posters was not a _crime_. Police said the AAP activists were found pasting the posters in south Delhi_s Malviya Nagar area on early Monday for the rally scheduled 3 August at Jantar Mantar. Jul 28, 2014

Political leaders condemn attack on Northeast couple

New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): Political leaders on Monday condemned the brutal attack on a couple from Northeast. According to reports, the couple was beaten by four men in Nathupur, Gurgaon. The attackers were armed with knives and started beating the couple. The husband received injuries on the head and is being treated at Nelekanth hospital in Gurgaon. His wife, too, has received several injuries. Jul 28, 2014

Auto rickshaws go on a day long strike against Delhi Police

New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): A large number of auto rickshaws in New Delhi are observing a day long strike against the Delhi Police on Monday. The drivers alleged highhandedness of policemen and said that they are troubled as police officials ask for bribe, threatening the drivers to impose heavy fines unnecessarily. Vice President of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, Rajendra Soni, said that the drivers are highly troubled by such bullying attitude of police. Soni further said that the general public will face difficulty due to the strike. He added that BJP’s Delhi President Satish Upadhyay has assured them of action against such offenses. Jul 28, 2014

Private Detective Agencies (Regulation) Bill should be passed to stop bugging: Vikram Singh

Gurgaon, July 28 (ANI): Private Detectives Association of India President Kunwar Vikram Singh on Monday said that bugging at Union Minister Nitin Gadkari's residence is a serious issue. He said that Private Detective Agencies (Regulation) Bill, which is pending in Rajya Sabha should be passed in order to stop such incidents. Singh also said that the regulation of the bill will stop bugging by the foreign detective agencies in India. He further advised that there should be de-bugging two times a day at such an important minister's residence and office. Jul 28, 2014

Former PM seeks probe even as Nitin Gadkari dismisses bugging claim, Politicos react

New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): Political leaders react as Former PM Manmohan Singh seek probe over a bugging device found at Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari_s residence even as he dismissed any such claims. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that the Congress itself will get trapped if a probe is conducted. Congress_ Manish Tewari demanded answer from the government over the infringement on privacy. NCP leader Tariq Anwar said that investigation should be done as demanded by Singh. CPI leader Atul Anjan condemned the present government over snooping. Jul 28, 2014

Bangalore_s Vibgyor School reopens after outrage over six-year-old girl_s rape

Bangalore, July 28 (ANI): Parents expressed concern over safety of their children as Bangalore_s Vibgyor High School reopened on Monday after it was shut due to an alleged sexual assault on a six-year-old girl that had prompted protests for several days. The girl of first grade was assaulted by the school_s skating instructor Mustafa alias Munna, who has been arrested and was working in the school since 2011. On Monday, parents of many children watched their children entering the school premises as they were still concerned about the safety of their children. A parent, Raman Kaushik, said he would wait and see how quickly school implements safety measures. Meanwhile, another parent Renu Dutta said the incident had created chaos in their lives and hoped that everything would get back to normal soon. Jul 28, 2014

Saharanpur Curfew to be relaxed after clashes, 38 arrested

Saharanpur, July 28 (ANI): Saharanpur District Magistrate Sandhya Tiwari on Monday said that the curfew will be relaxed after the clashes for particular period of time and also said that the situation is under control now. Meanwhile, SSP Rajesh Kumar Pandey said that there had been no untoward incident whatsoever during the night and that the police are on patrol continuously. He also said that 38 have been arrested in the connection that those spreading rumors will also be arrested thereafter. Jul 28, 2014

Delhi SGMC President says all gurudwara committees should come under common act

Amritsar, July 28 (ANI): The President of Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee Manjit Singh GK on Monday said that the management has no problem if all Gurudwara committees come under a common All India Act. He added that Sikh Community is a minority community so it is necessary to maintain unity and avoid stress. Jul 28, 2014

2014 Commonwealth Games: India still at fifth position with 22 medals tally

New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): India ended Day 4 of the 2014 Commonwealth Games at No. 5 in the standings. Shooters continued to lead India_s medal charge with Shreyasi Singh winning silver in the women_s double trap event. While Mohammed Asab clinched bronze medal in the men_s double trap event. Punam Yadav of India also won bronze in 63kg women_s weightlifting. Weightlifting brought India some more joy as Satish Sivalingam and Ravi Katulu won gold and silver in the 77kg category. On the 4th day, the 2010 hosts touched medal count of 22 - six gold, nine silver and seven bronze - and the country still remained in the fifth place behind Australia, England, Scotland and Canada. Jul 28, 2014