www.skalondon.com website launch

www.skalondon.com website launch

www.skalondon.com website  will be launched during The Summer Sizzler function will be held on Sunday the 10th of July 2011 at All Saints Parish Centre,Shrewsbury Avenue,Harrow HA3 9lxThe function starts in the hall from 1230 onwards.

Second supplementary charge sheet in 2G scam by July first week

Second supplementary charge sheet in 2G scam by July first week

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), probing the 2G spectrum allocation scam, has also examined the role of Tata group of companies and its dealings with M/s Unitech Limited and another deal involving Voltas, Chennai.

Swaraj demands probe into security breach at Finance Ministry’s office

Swaraj demands probe into security breach at Finance Ministry’s office

New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday criticized the government for accepting the ’’chewing gum theory’’ provided by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) with regard to a serious breach of security at the finance minister’s office and demanded thorough investigation of the matter.

Clear divergence on key issues in Lokpal draft bills

Clear divergence on key issues in Lokpal draft bills

NEW DELHI: The two draft bills on Lokpal are a study in contrast with clear divergence on key issues like inclusion of the Prime Minister and MPs’ conduct inside Parliament.

Lokpal: key proposals made by Hazare team missing from govt. draft

Lokpal: key proposals made by Hazare team missing from govt. draft

Powers to tap phones, issuance of letters rogatory and recommendations for changes in work practices to reduce scope for corruption are among the proposals made by the Anna Hazare team in their Jan Lokpal Bill which do not find a mention in the government draft.

In the end, the menacing terrorist had no gun

In the end, the menacing terrorist had no gun

WASHINGTON – A U.S. commando’s curt message to superiors signaled the end had come for the world’s most wanted terrorist: "Geronimo EKIA," meaning enemy killed in action.

Over 50 Air India flights cancelled, pilots still on strike

Over 50 Air India flights cancelled, pilots still on strike

Delhi/Mumbai:  With the Air India pilots’ strike continuing, 26 flights out of Mumbai and 28 flights out of Delhi have been cancelled so far on Thursday morning. Nearly 700 pilots, who earlier flew for Indian Airlines, began a strike on Wednesday demanding better pay.

Japan raises nuclear crisis level to 7; worst on global scale, at par with Chernobyl

Japan raises nuclear crisis level to 7; worst on global scale, at par with Chernobyl

Tokyo:  Japan’s nuclear regulators raised the severity level of the crisis at a stricken nuclear plant on Tuesday to rank it at par with the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, citing the amount of radiation released in the accident.

People’s Power Prevails, Anna Hazare ends fast

People’s Power Prevails, Anna Hazare ends fast

After forcing the government to bow down before people’s power and accept his demands for a stronger Lokpal Bill, iconic Gandhian leader and social activist Anna Hazare on Saturday morning ended his five-day-long fast unto death.