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CBI begins probe into DK Ravi death

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Three days after the state government referred the case into the mysterious death of IAS officer D.K.

Another satellite launch vehicle soon?

If Indian space scientists were giddy with success when they steered the Mars orbiter (MOM) in the maiden effort last year, such feelings could soar higher when they will launch an improvised version

16 lakh refunds worth Rs 2,000 crore lie unclaimed

A whopping 16 lakh refunds worth crores of rupees are lying unclaimed at the income-tax department’s central database centre for e-filing for want of “correct data from taxpayers”.

Wipro seeks bigger digital market share with ‘commando’ unit

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India's third-largest IT services exporter Wipro is setting up a "commando force" unit next month that will target clients seeking to speed up automation and do more business online, an executive told

Evaders cough up Rs 3,500 crore, 20 lakh get income-tax notices

The income-tax department has issued over 20 lakh “intimations” and collected Rs 3,569 crore in the current financial year from those taxpayers who had either not filed their tax returns or did so inc

IAS officer's death: High Court steps in, protests continue

The Karnataka high court on Sunday restrained the state government from publishing any interim report of CID into the “unnatural death” of IAS officer D.K.

Not hiding anything: Siddaramaiah

Facing increasing heat over the demand for a CBI probe into the mysterious death of an upright IAS officer, chief minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday asserted that his government was not protecting anyb

Karnataka CM orders CBI probe after Sonia Gandhi diktat

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah met parents of IAS Officer DK Ravi at Vidhan Soudha, who was found dead. (Photo: AP)

A diktat by Congress president Sonia Gandhi and the fear of a full-fledged caste war against his government seems to have forced Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah to climb down and order a CBI inv

‘Ravi text message was like death note’

The late IAS officer D.K. Ravi’s last mobile phone text message to a woman IAS officer, who was his batchmate, clearly suggests that he was going to end his life.

Irani Cup: Karnataka retain title in style

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Karnataka skipper R. Vinay Kumar poses with the Irani Cup after defeating Rest of India in Bengaluru on Thursday. Karnataka won by 246 runs. (Photo: Satish B.)

It is spring season and although cities like Bengaluru are ridiculously pretty at this time of the year, with all the trees in bloom, it is also the time for all concerned citizens to be on alert agai

Human resource development minister Smriti Irani is facing yet another crisis with chairman of IIT Bombay’s board of governors Anil Kakodkar resigning.

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