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ED issues summons against ex-Mumbai police commissioner Sanjay Pandey

56% Right coverage: 9 sources
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned former Mumbai police commissioner Sanjay Pandey on July 5. The summons were sent on Saturday to Pandey, who retired from the police force on June 30. The official, however, refused to divulge for which money laundering case the summons had been issued.See the Story
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Stuck bags add to tangles at Paris airports amid travel boom

69% Center coverage: 13 sources
The airport's baggage sorting system had a technical malfunction Friday that caused 15 flights to depart without luggage, leaving about 1,500 bags on the ground. It came as airport workers are on strike at French airports to demand more hiring and more pay to keep up with high global inflation.See the Story
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Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann to expand cabinet on 4 July

60% Right coverage: 10 sources
The Bhagwant Mann-led Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab will expand its Cabinet on Monday, 3 July. New ministers are expected to take oath in a ceremony scheduled for 5 pm. After winning the Punjab Assembly elections in March this year, AAP formed government in the state and appointed 10 ministers.See the Story

IndiGo flight delays: DGCA seeks explanation from airline

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
IndiGo operates more than 1,600 flights daily connecting 73 domestic destinations and 24 international destinations. Aviation industry sources said that many airlines, including foreign carriers, are on hiring spree and therefore crew members of IndiGo are learnt to have taken leave to appear for interviews.See the Story
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Vedanta Group eyes $3.5 billion turnover from chip business, one-third from exports - ET Telecom

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Vedanta group expects its semiconductor business turnover to be in the range of $3-3.5 billion out of which around $1 billion will come from exports. Vedanta has also applied for setting up a display fabrication plant to make screens that are used for display in electronic devices. The company expects to start manufacturing display units in 2024-25 and semiconductors by 2025-26.See the Story
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Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal seen taking coffee orders from company’s London staff

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SC judge who heard Nupur Sharma's plea bats for mandatory regulation of social media

Supreme Court Judge Justice J B Pardiwala said digital and social media need to be mandatorily regulated in the country to preserve the rule of law under the Constitution. He said the trials by digital media are an undue interference in the justice dispensation system. The remarks come amid an uproar by a section over the strong oral observations of a vacation bench against suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma.See the Story
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NIA yet to formally take over probe into killing of Amravati chemist: Police

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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is yet to formally take over the probe into the killing of a chemist in Maharashtra's Amravati. The 54-year-old chemist, Umesh Prahladrao Kolhe, was killed on June 21. On Saturday, the Union Home Ministry spokesperson had tweeted that the investigation has been handed over to the central agency.See the Story

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