Here is a roundup of news from Indian newspapers, news wires and Web sites on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. The Wall Street Journal has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Black Money Comes Mainly From India: Assange: Julian Assange, made a stunning disclosure, that there could be Indian names in the data that WikiLeaks would publish. (Source: The Times of India)
Dinakaran Moves SC Against Impeachment Proceedings: Sikkim High Court Chief Justice P D Dinakaran today moved the Supreme Court seeking stay of the impeachment proceedings initiated against him for alleged misconduct and corruption. (Source: Press Trust of India)
Double Trouble for Kalmadi: Bail Denied, Slipper Thrown: A special court in Delhi on Tuesday sent former CWG organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi to eight days’ custody with the CBI. This happened after a man dramatically slipped passed a posse of policemen accompanying Kalmadi and threw a slipper at him. (Source: Hindustan Times)
SC Grounds Airlines Over Passenger Fee: The Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed levying of Airport Development Fee (ADF) by private airport developers in Delhi and Mumbai on international and domestic passengers. (Source: The Financial Express)
Lupin Inks Pact With Abbott, Laboratoires Fournier: Drug major Lupin Ltd today said it has entered into a licensing pact for various patents of cholesterol lowering drug ‘Antara’ capsules with US-based Abbott Laboratories and France’s Laboratoires Fournier SA. (Source: Business Standard)
Fuente: India Real Time