A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud allowed Karti to be accompanied by a lawyer at the CBI headquarters during the questioning.
Addressing over 200 start-up entrepreneurs at 'Champions of Change' programme here, he said the government has already ended the system of interviews for group-III and -IV employees in the government, ending the role of middlemen who used to promise jobs for money.
The threat posed by North Korea was discussed by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono, Defence Secretary James Mattis and his Japanese counterpart Itsunori Onodera.
The 10-year-old was completely unaware that she had delivered a baby as her parents told her that she had a stone in the stomach which needed surgery.
As part of the strategy, Shah asked leaders to focus on the 150 seats which the party lost in the 2014 election, sources in the BJP said.
The standoff between armies of India and China in Dokalam and attempts by Chinese troops on Tuesday to enter the Indian territory along the banks of Pangong lake in Ladakh were also discussed at the meeting
IT company Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic on Thursday announced the launch of a global operation centre in Gurugram that will offer employment opportunity to 300 people in the next six months.
China is an authoritarian country where individual liberty can be curbed in the name of state security, the minister said.
Uber's early stage investor Techstars is hoping that the uncertainty surrounding the company comes to an end soon. Speaking to CNBC-TV18's Rukmini Rao on the launch of Techstars program in India, David Cohen the Co-CEO of the company said the issues around Uber will not stop their investment in Indian startups.
The department had served notices of attachment of assets in June to Lalu, his wife Rabri Devi, son and former Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav among others.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met over 200 young entrepreneurs and start up CEOs today in New Delhi. The meeting was set up to elicit the views of these young entrepreneurs on policy initiatives to encourage entrepreneurship.
The authorities also seized 8,52,452 litre of India Made Foreign Liquor, 5,60,770 litre of domestic brew and 11,617 litres of beer till April 14 this year.
The health department has launched a toll-free number 104, officials said, adding hospitals have been directed to maintain a sufficient stock of anti-snake and anti-rabies injections.
US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, told reporters that President Donald Trump directly has "told us to develop credible viable military options and that's exactly what we're doing."
A financial assistance of Rs 4 lakh each would be given to their families.
The survey, done by US-based IDC, found that organisational flexibility and agility is also an issue.
The step would be taken after Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a programme in Surat in April, had indicated that the state government may bring in force a legal framework wherein doctors would prescribe generic medicines.
The court was hearing an application which has sought its nod to cut around 450 trees there in an around 80 km stretch on which the additional railway track would be laid between Mathura and Delhi.
Kovind said that India is endowed with an impressive mineral wealth and the sector contributes 2.6 per cent of the national GDP, providing direct employment to over one million people on a daily average basis and is key to economic growth.
Just hours after the Prime Minister made that statement, the pharma industry is seeing a lot of activity, first, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority imposed a cap on the price of knee implants and we now have details of a new national pharma policy that presupposes sweeping reforms to the sector.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister ordered a judicial probe into the death of J Jayalalithaa and said that her Poes Garden bungalow will be turned into a memorial.
A day after the Union Cabinet approved the new metro rail policy, which opens a big window for private investments across a range of operations, Mayawati said it would make setting up of metro projects impossible.
New Zealand police today confirmed that an Indian man was savagely assaulted in Auckland and left seriously wounded on the footpath.