Express 5: Govt discloses 8 names in SC; Sheila Dikshit’s take on Narendra Modi

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 28, 2014 9:45 am
We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day. We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

1. Black money case

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The government on Monday disclosed in the Supreme Court eight more names against whom it has initiated prosecution under the Income Tax Act for allegedly stashing black money in foreign banks.

READ: Govt reveals 8 more names to apex court in black money case

2. Trilokpuri riots

A lane in Trilokpuri littered with bricks and broken glass, in New Delhi on Monday.(PRAVEEN KHANNA) A lane in Trilokpuri littered with bricks and broken glass, in New Delhi on Monday. (PRAVEEN KHANNA)

A former BJP MLA, Sunil Vaid, has been asked to clarify his role in connection with the riots which broke out in Trilokpuri, East Delhi, last week. Police sources said their investigations revealed that Vaid held a “closed door conference” with his supporters at his office on Friday morning, just before the violence escalated.

READ: Ex-BJP MLA under scanner for a meeting before violence stepped up

3. Sheila Dikshit on Modi

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It is not a description that many in her own party may agree with. But Congress veteran, former Kerala Governor and ex-CM of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit, has revealed that when she met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in July, she “saw a confident man, with a vision” and “a new language”.

READ: When Sheila met Modi: ‘I saw a confident man, with a vision’

4. OPINION

PM Narendra Modi's meeting with journalists is being termed Diwali Milan. (Source: PTI photo) PM Narendra Modi’s meeting with journalists is being termed Diwali Milan. (Source: PTI photo)

It is quite evident that the Indian electorate wants to give Prime Minister Narendra Modi a chance to fulfil the promises he has made and immense expectations he has created.

READ: Modi, moment, constitution

5. SPORTS

Varun Aaron sigjned for Durham county and will be available  (Source: Varun Aaron sigjned for Durham county and will be available (Source:

For generations, Indian batsmen, battered and bruised by heavy shelling from the opposing pace barrage, have stood in the slips and fantasised about some day having a tearaway fast bowler on their side to give it back. One who could fight fire with fire on their behalf. One like Varun Aaron.

READ: Aaron: Thinking man’s fast bowler

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