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A day after their resounding win in the Delhi assembly elections, Chief Minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and raised the demand for full statehood for Delhi and control over the Delhi Police. Cyber attacks on Indian government establishments more than quadrupled between 2011 and 2014. More worryingly, the government has at the same time admitted that it has been unable to nail the people behind these. Beleaguered BCCI boss N Srinivasan wants to hold on to his post so badly that he has agreed to hive off his cement business from his IPL cricket team. Following a Supreme Court decision, the Chennai Super Kings will for the first time in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) become an IPL team owned by public shareholders. Stung, perhaps, by the Delhi polls, the Modi government may crimp some of the reforms announced in last year's July Budget and continue with the UPA regime's policy of controlling urea prices, giving more subsidised cylinders and keeping kerosene within the public distribution system (PDS). Sureshbhai Patel, a 57-year-old Indian visiting the US to help his son and daughter-in-law with their 17-month-old child, was roughed up, shoved to the ground, and cuffed by the Alabama police on suspicion of loitering. Though the officer involved has been suspended, Patel has been temporarily paralyzed and hospitalized for surgery. The Income Tax department has issued notices to the Aam Aadmi Party, Congress and 48 other entities seeking information about the donations made by "non-genuine" companies. The notices were issued on February 9, a day before AAP posted its comprehensive victory in the Delhi assembly elections. In a fresh hurdle to SpiceJet's recovery, Irish aircraft lessor Babcock and Brown Aircraft Management has asked the airlines to return six Boeing B737 aircraft and pay off $100 million (Rs 600 crore) to cover several months of unpaid rent and maintenance costs. The Business Standard reports that though SpiceJet trying to negotiate afresh, Babcock and Brown had informed the airline it was not willing to do any further business.