Delhi HC sets aside bail granted to Shivinder Singh

The Delhi High Court on Monday set aside an order granting bail to former Fortis Healthcare promoter Shivinder Mohan Singh in a case of allegedly misappropriating funds of Religare Finvest Ltd, saying his detention was necessary to unearth the "conspiracy hatched by him" and trace the siphoned off money.

LJP MPs join hands against Chirag Paswan

Five of the six Lok Janshakti Party MPs in the Lok Sabha have joined hands against their leader Chirag Paswan and elected his paternal uncle Pashupati Kumar Paras in his place, causing a big churn in Bihar politics.Paras on Monday lauded Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as a good leader and "vikas purush" (development-oriented man), highlighting the deep fault lines within the party as his nephew Chirag Paswan has been a strong critic of the JD(U) president." I have not broken the party but saved it," Paras, MP from Hajipur, told reporters.He asserted that 99 per cent of LJP workers were u

Midcaps that are favourite of mutual funds

NEW DELHI: As the bull run expanded to the broader market on Dalal Street, five top-performing midcap schemes delivered a strong 90-110 per cent returns for the past one year.These schemes have many common stocks among their top 10 holdings, including Jindal Steel, SRF, Voltas, Federal Bank and Max Financial, among others. Analysts largely have ‘neutral’ to ‘positive’ views on these stocks. Data showed PGIM India Midcap Opportunities delivered a strong 107 per cent return against the BSE Midcap Index's 83 per cent gains for this period.

Cannot turn our back on Afghanistan: Fmr US DefSec

Within a few weeks, the last U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan, ending a military engagement that began 20 years ago this October. More than 2,300 of our finest have been killed, and more than 20,000 were wounded. More than 71,000 Afghan and Pakistani civilians have died as a direct result of the war. We have spent much blood and much treasure.Most Americans just want to close this painful chapter, but we cannot completely abandon Afghanistan. It would be a disservice to our troops, to our Afghan partners and, most important, it would not be in the U.S.