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The shocking allegations of Jeffrey Epstein‘s alleged “sex slave” Virginia Roberts have torn open the government’s ongoing Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit in recent weeks. And now, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned, the U.S. attorney has taken a surprise step to try to bar her from the case with a bombshell new filing.

On Friday, January 30, the government filed the declaration of FBI Special Agent Timothy R. Slater, who… Continue reading Last-Ditch Effort? US Government Attempts To Bar Prince Andrew ‘Sex Slave’ Virginia Roberts From Epstein Case With Shocking New Filing

Warning: You could be framed for something you didn’t do at any given moment. Maybe even by your own government, whether intentionally or due to a misunderstanding. Will you know what to do if this happens? If not, Hollywood might be able to help, as “wrong man” scenarios have been around about as long as movies have existed, and a lot of them have involved conspiracies within government agencies.

In “G.I… Continue reading How to Survive Being Framed by the Government (According to the Movies)

He was speaking after inaugurating NFAI Exhibition on ‘Music & Songs in Indian Cinema’ at IFFI GOA-2011

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 24, 2011

The I & B Secretary Uday Kumar Varma has said film posters & ancillaries are a treasure of the country’s film heritage and the government is committed to preserve this heritage for the future generations to… Continue reading Government committed to preserve cinematic heritage: Secretary I&B

M Veerappa MoilyP.J. Thomas Thursday stepped down as chief of India’s anti-corruption watchdog, the central vigilance commission, after the Supreme Court quashed his appointment, Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily said Thursday and added that the government would respect the decision. “He (Thomas) has already resigned,” Moily told reporters after the apex court struck down his appointment for […] Continue reading Government to look into judgment on CVC: Moily

There has been no wrongdoing in the allocation of second generation (2G) spectrum, the government told the Supreme Court Thursday. Attorney General G. Vahanvati told judges G.S. Singhvi and Asok Kumar Ganguly that everything in the allocation of 2G licences was in conformity with the then national telecom policy. Vahanvati said that in the grant […] Continue reading No wrongdoing in 2G case, government to court