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Will expose scam in which Delhi CM & Deputy CM are involved: Manoj Tiwari

Delhi MP Manoj Tiwari alleged that the Delhi CM and Deputy CM are involved in a scam which BJP will expose. According to Tiwari, CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia gave additional Rs 2000 Cr for the development of rooms in schools that could have been built in just Rs 892 Cr. He included that Kejriwal and Sisodia gave this assignment to 34 contractors including their relatives. Tiwari further said that he won't let the corrupt people loot Delhi as he has got all the details from Right to Information (RTI) which he will present infront of Lokpal. Src:

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Tata Group keen to buy Jet Airway's grounded fleet

Tata Group is looking to bid for Jet Airways aircraft and bilateral rights to reduce the gap created by the exit of the Naresh-Goyal led airline. The Tata Group has two joint ventures in the aviation space. Both Vistara and AirAsia India, along with their partners, are putting together an aggressive plan to become a formidable force in the skies. Tata's have lined up Rs4,500 crore for the two airlines and if their plan works out they would be the only player in India to straddle both the low-cost carrier. Src-

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Mastercard to invest $1 billion to develop India as global tech node

Global payments giant Mastercard plans to invest $1 billion in its India operations over the next five years. $350 million of the investment would go into setting up a local payment processing center in line with Reserve Bank of India’s mandate to store all payments data locally. The processing center, which is expected to create employment for 1,000 people. This investment will help foster innovation and increase Mastercard's speed-to-market capabilities and value-added services. Src-

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Assam: NSCN (I-M) hideouts shattered, huge ammunition recovered by Security Forces

Today, two National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN (I-M)) hideouts were destroyed by the Assam Rifles alongside Police, one in Jongrum and another near the Indo-Myanmar border. Numerous hidden arms and ammunition were recovered from the hideouts. In Myanmar, the activity lasted for 10 days during which multiple camps were shattered. After the Indian Intelligence agencies acknowledged the Army about the revolutionary's targeting the mega infrastructure project linking Kolkata with Sittwe in Myanmar through sea route, the operation was propelled. Security Forces have been sorting out tasks against revolutionary groups which are active in the region. Src:

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