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Special court acquits Soni Sori, 3 others in Maoist payoff case after 11 years
A special court at Dantewada in Chhattisgarh has acquitted tribal activist Soni Sori and three others in a case lodged against them in 2011 for alleged transfer of 'protection money' to Naxals.......
Soni Sori, nephew released from jail on getting bail
Tribal teacher Soni Sori and her activist-nephew Lingaram Kodopi were released from Jagdalpur jail on Thursday after the Supreme Court granted them bail following their arrest two years ago for......
Soni Sori, accused of Naxal links, granted bail by SC
Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to Soni Sori, a tribal teacher, and journalist Lingaram Kodopi in a case lodged against them for allegedly receiving money from Essar Group on behalf of......
Cyclone to hit Odisha: Thousands fleeing port towns; pujo festivities dampened
Carrying their baggage, thousands of people are leaving the port town of Paradip to escape the wrath of the severe cyclonic storm 'Phailin' which is expected to make landfall in Odisha in less than......
Why Are Bankers SMILING At Last?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Rs 30,600 crore government guarantee for the bad bank has changed the body language of bankers for the better, observes Tamal Bandyopadhyay. IMAGE: Finance......
Bad loan resolution: Is crony capitalism at play?
One smells a rat when cases are settled for too small a price offered either by the highest bidder or the promoter -- within and outside the legal ambit of insolvency process, observes Tamal......
What makes this loss-making steel co so attractive?
Long products demand growth is expected to be sharp, supported by a demand push from the government-led infrastructure investments in affordable housing, railways, rural electrification and road......
SBI Q3 net dips 4.2%; confident of higher loan growth
The country's largest lender SBI on Thursday reported a 4.20 per cent decline in consolidated December quarter net at Rs 6,257.55 crore, largely because of a higher base in the year-ago period......
The turnaround story of India's largest steel maker
The turnaround of SAIL from several quarters of losses was one of the most challenging experience, said Anil Kumar Chaudhary, the outgoing chairman of the country's largest steel maker. The......
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