Part 1 of the list of whistleblowers from around the world who have disclosed incriminating information and put themselves in danger.
Yet another scam is being perpetrated by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) during this weekend. This time the target is the youth of this country, i.e. future specialist doctors. Can the government order a conducting authority to alter the results of an examination after it has been announced?
The government has exactly done that. Can candidates be given less than 48 hours between the beginning and end of the weekend for counseling? This is exactly what is happening in Delhi to obviate legal intervention.
“There is no reason for believing that accused are guilty of MCOCA…..the court finds no sufficient material for nexus of accused with organized crime syndicate….Court has considered the nature of evidence….Court is satisfied that the accused will not flee….,” a Delhi Court said.
The Asian Centre for Human Rights report has alleged that the Indian government’s funding of non-government organizations (NGOs) is a huge scam.
Eight unknown men entered RTI Activist Sulaiman Bhimani’s office with sticks and swords on Saturday afternoon, and smashed a laptop, printer-scanner and computer keyboard.
The ‘strange’ thing that begs attention is why would HSBC apologize to an Indian businessman if they had not officially given the list to anybody?
Greek journalist Kostas Vaxevanis recently published a partial list containing details of 2059 bank accounts allegedly secretly held by Greeks in a Swiss branch of HSBC.
The Commission has directed SEBI to disclose the names of entities which were allegedly involved in the insider trading of shares of Reliance Petroleum in 2007.
The lasting contribution of Kejriwal-Prashant may well be the removal of fear of the mighty. Media must take heart from this and proceed on this new course. But it cannot because its affairs are shrouded in secrecy.