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today announced appointment of Commission of Inquiry to be headed by a retired Delhi High Court judge to probe the multi-crore CNG fitness scam in which a number of officials of previous Sheila Dikshit government were under scanner A meeting of the Delhi Cabinet presided by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal decide to appoint the commission into the scam which is already being probed by the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) Share This Article Related Article Delhi Home Minister Satyendra Jain said the Commission of Inquiry will be headed by retired Delhi High Court judge Justice S N Agarwal and its terms of reference will be announced in a day or two The scam had come to light in 2012 when ACB found that the Delhi government had lost nearly Rs 100 crore in alleged irregularities in awarding of contract to operate and maintain inspection and certification of CNG vehicles at the transport authority in Burari to ESP India Pvt Ltd instead of ESP USA The AAP had accused Lt Governor Najeeb Jung of trying to hush up the scam When asked whether Jung or former Chief Minister Dikshit will be questioned Jain said it will be up to the Commission to decide He said Lt Governor’s approval was not necessary in appointing the Commission of Inquiry For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani | Updated: December 9 2014 3:15 am A model in Singh’s gamchcha jacket Related News What do Tipu Sultan’s tent dating back to the 18th century a Rajesh Pratap Singh jacket a wall hanging from the 20th century and jamdaani pieces from Aneeth Arora’s collection all have in common They will be displayed at an exhibition titled “The Fabric of India” at the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London from September 26 2015-January 10 2016 For almost three years now a few hand-picked Indian designers have been working on this display after they were contacted by the curator of the museum A recently released book titled India: Contemporary Design by curator Divia Patel is a prelude to the exhibition and mentions the history journey and evolution of design in the country “For a few years now the team has been in touch with me Apart from it being a great opportunity for me as designer it’s also a very good way to spread awareness about Indian textiles and design across the world” says Arora Kolkata designer Kallol Datta who has also been chosen to be a part of the exhibition agrees with Arora and says that since contemporary Indian fashion and design hasn’t been documented much in the past this becomes an important exhibition “I am more into prints and pattern cutting not so much into textiles which is the central point of the exhibit at V&A It’s a fine inclusion and it makes me aware of the wide scope that my label has” says Datta Designs by Abraham & Thakore Manish Arora and Rahul Mishra among others will also be part of the display “V&A has arguably one of the finest textile collections in the world and this time the focus is on India It’s important that the India interest currently being generated worldwide is also supported in the field of art and textile” says Pratap Singh The pieces selected for display from his archives are “a gamchcha jacket from his 2009 menswear collection and another one which is a take on Ajrak printing” Patel who is currently in India promoting the book spent three years researching the topic visiting designers in the country going through their archives and and putting the exhibit together Tight-lipped about the exhibition Patel says “We have chosen designers because of their different approaches to ‘handmade’ We will reveal more in February” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Updated: April 16 2014 2:35 pm Related News The CAG has awarded the Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Limited (HPSEB) a negative grade for concealing huge losses as an audit of the firm unearthed losses to the tune of Rs 676 crore in 2011-12 while the electricity board had declared losses of only Rs 315 crore for the period Addressing a press conference here on Wednesdaya day after the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG)reports were presented in the state Assemblythe Himachal Pradesh Principal Accountant General (AG) Satish Loomba said the HPSEB had not only purchased power from outside the state at exorbitant rates but also committed irregularities in payment of revised wages and other benefits to its employees under the Sixth Pay Commission norms The HPSEBL showed a loss of Rs 315 crore during 2011-12 but when CAG auditors scrutinised the lossesthese were found to be more than double of what the HPSEB had declared We have told the HPSEB that its accounts are not a true reflection of its financial position and so we have awarded it a negative grade?