The outgoing Central Vigilance Commissioner has said that almost one out of three Indians are totally corrupt and one in two is ‘borderline’. The Commissioner Pratyush Sinha, who retired this week, has attributed the increase in wealth in the country for this rise in corruption.
President of the Commonwealth Games Federation Michael Fennel has, in a letter to the cabinet Secretary K M Chandrashekar, expressed his concern over the preparation of the Games Village.
Indian documentary filmmaker Vijay Kumar, who was arrested in Houston a few days ago for allegedly possessing jihadi literature and brass knuckles in his checked baggage, will have to stay behind bars without bail.
Do Kashmiris want to be with India? Yes, says Farooq Abdullah.
The New Delhi Commonwealth Games, which is suffering a lot from all the corruption allegations, has received yet another setback.
Asha Bhonsle’s tweets are getting to be as famous as her singing. Latest from the veteran singer is a tweet sharing her opinion of the state of things in Mumbai following a malaria outbreak.
Although several projects connected with the Commonwealth games have been facing delays, the Chief Minister of Delhi has given assurances that everything will be completed as planned and that the city would make India proud. She said that this would be the best Games ever.
Fifty one years after leaving the country of Tibet due to the Chinese government taking over, the Dalai Lama has not lost hope of arriving at a mutually beneficial agreement with the Chinese.