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'Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • UP Teen Alleges Gang-rape. Cops File Molestation Case, Arrest Constable

    UP Teen Alleges Gang-rape. Cops File Molestation Case, Arrest Constable

    A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped last night by eight men who included a police constable and the head-man of her village in Ballia, nearly 400 km from Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow. The girl's father, the police said, died of shock after hearing about the matter.

  • Was There A 'Repair On, Stop Train' Note? Station Officials Say 'No Idea'

    Was There A 'Repair On, Stop Train' Note? Station Officials Say 'No Idea'

    Preliminary responses from various divisions of the railways today indicated that human error might be at the bottom of a train accident that claimed 20 lives in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. It now appears that some repair work on the tracks was in progress, of which the station master of Khatauli, the nearest station, claimed to have been unaware.

  • In Trichy, Rajinikanth Fans Test Waters For His Political Plunge

    In Trichy, Rajinikanth Fans Test Waters For His Political Plunge

    Around 10,000 fans of Tamil superstar Rajinikanth gathered in Trichy today at public meeting - complete with flags and banners -- that is being seen as a trial balloon for his political plunge. The meeting was meant to persuade the 67-year-old superstar to join politics soonest. Its organiser meant it as a platform to showcase what he calls Rajinik...

  • Dalit Woman's Nose Cut In Madhya Pradesh Village For Allegedly Refusing Work

    Dalit Woman's Nose Cut In Madhya Pradesh Village For Allegedly Refusing Work

    A Dalit woman in Madhya Pradesh had her nose cut for allegedly refusing work offered by an upper caste family. Two men took an axe to Janki Bai, a resident of Raza village, on Tuesday. They also attacked her husband, and beat him up.

  • Van Mows Down Crowd In Barcelona, ISIS Claims Responsibility: 10 Updates

    Van Mows Down Crowd In Barcelona, ISIS Claims Responsibility: 10 Updates

    The ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terror attack in Barcelona on Thursday evening, in which a van ploughed into a crowd at a favorite tourist spot -- Spain's second largest city - killing 13 people and injuring over 50. Two persons have been arrested by the police. Ras Lamblas, one of the popular commercial areas of the city, is a top tour...

  • Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    A huge number of donations to political parties came from unknown sources over the last four years -- a practice the Election Commission has been trying to discourage. More than 3,000 donations in this period came without donors' details like Permanent Account Number (PAN) or addresses, said the Delhi-based think tank, Association of Democratic Rig...

  • On Independence Day, PM Modi Calls For Freedom From Chalta Hai Attitude

    On Independence Day, PM Modi Calls For Freedom From <i>Chalta Hai</i> Attitude

    On India's 71st Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a change in attitude, a shift to positivity, which would be the key to New India. The nation he said, had undergone a change in terms of governance and reputation, and now, people must stop being cynical and "make the small changes in our lives".

  • 'Bullets, Abuses Won't Solve Kashmir Issue, Embracing Kashmiris Will': PM Modi

    'Bullets, Abuses Won't Solve Kashmir Issue, Embracing Kashmiris Will': PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the government will work for the progress of Jammu and Kashmir and include its youth "in the mainstream". But there will be no let-up in the crackdown on terror, he added.

  • 'Violence In Name Of Faith Won't Be Accepted In India': Top 10 Quotes Of PM Modi

    'Violence In Name Of Faith Won't Be Accepted In India': Top 10 Quotes Of PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on the 71st Independence Day from the ramparts of Delhi's historic Red Fort. After arriving at the Lahori Gate of the 17th Century fort, the Prime Minister inspected the Guard of Honour and unfurled the national flag. On July 30, the Prime Minister had invited citizens to send him constructive ideas...

  • Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    The students of Tamil Nadu who have passed NEET, the all-India medical entrance test, plan to take on the government's move to scrap this year's exams and introduce it from next year. And senior advocate Nalini Chidambaram -- the wife of former Union Minister P Chidambaram - who is representing them, said the state and the Centre had entered a dea...

  • On Gorakhpur Child Deaths, Supreme Court Refuses To Intervene

    On Gorakhpur Child Deaths, Supreme Court Refuses To Intervene

    The Supreme Court today refused to intervene in the issue of Gorakhpur hospital deaths, saying the matter was being handled by the Uttar Pradesh government. Any grievances about it should be raised before the Allahabad High Court, the top court told a lawyer who mentioned the issue before it this morning.

  • Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, must join investigation in the corruption case in which he has been named, the Supreme Court said today. The businessman, who is also a Congress member, should appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning and cannot travel abroad, the court said. The matter will...

  • After Hospital Chief, Doctor In Charge Of Children's Ward Removed In UP

    After Hospital Chief, Doctor In Charge Of Children's Ward Removed In UP

    Hours after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath promised action against the "guilty" at Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College, where 63 children died last week, Dr Kafeel Ahmad Khan, under whose watch the oxygen shortage of Thursday took place, was removed by the government.

  • Parents Who Lost Newborn In Gorakhpur Hospital Contradict UP Government Claims

    Parents Who Lost Newborn In Gorakhpur Hospital Contradict UP Government Claims

    The parents of a baby girl who died at the Gorakhpur hospital -- where 63 children died over the last five days -- have contradicted the government's claim that the oxygen problem was a one-time occurrence which started on the evening of August 10 and was sorted out by the next morning.

  • Amid Merger Talks, Team OPS Goes On Pilgrimage, Will Meet PM Tomorrow

    Amid Merger Talks, Team OPS Goes On Pilgrimage, Will Meet PM Tomorrow

    A breakthrough yet to be made in merger between the two rival factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK in Delhi, the team of former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam went on a quiet pilgrimage two popular shrines of Maharashtra - Shirdi and Shani Shringarpur. But they will be back in Delhi tomorrow, for a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

'Edited By Anindita Sanyal' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • UP Teen Alleges Gang-rape. Cops File Molestation Case, Arrest Constable

    UP Teen Alleges Gang-rape. Cops File Molestation Case, Arrest Constable

    A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped last night by eight men who included a police constable and the head-man of her village in Ballia, nearly 400 km from Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow. The girl's father, the police said, died of shock after hearing about the matter.

  • Was There A 'Repair On, Stop Train' Note? Station Officials Say 'No Idea'

    Was There A 'Repair On, Stop Train' Note? Station Officials Say 'No Idea'

    Preliminary responses from various divisions of the railways today indicated that human error might be at the bottom of a train accident that claimed 20 lives in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday. It now appears that some repair work on the tracks was in progress, of which the station master of Khatauli, the nearest station, claimed to have been unaware.

  • In Trichy, Rajinikanth Fans Test Waters For His Political Plunge

    In Trichy, Rajinikanth Fans Test Waters For His Political Plunge

    Around 10,000 fans of Tamil superstar Rajinikanth gathered in Trichy today at public meeting - complete with flags and banners -- that is being seen as a trial balloon for his political plunge. The meeting was meant to persuade the 67-year-old superstar to join politics soonest. Its organiser meant it as a platform to showcase what he calls Rajinik...

  • Dalit Woman's Nose Cut In Madhya Pradesh Village For Allegedly Refusing Work

    Dalit Woman's Nose Cut In Madhya Pradesh Village For Allegedly Refusing Work

    A Dalit woman in Madhya Pradesh had her nose cut for allegedly refusing work offered by an upper caste family. Two men took an axe to Janki Bai, a resident of Raza village, on Tuesday. They also attacked her husband, and beat him up.

  • Van Mows Down Crowd In Barcelona, ISIS Claims Responsibility: 10 Updates

    Van Mows Down Crowd In Barcelona, ISIS Claims Responsibility: 10 Updates

    The ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terror attack in Barcelona on Thursday evening, in which a van ploughed into a crowd at a favorite tourist spot -- Spain's second largest city - killing 13 people and injuring over 50. Two persons have been arrested by the police. Ras Lamblas, one of the popular commercial areas of the city, is a top tour...

  • Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    Rs 384 Crore Donated To Political Parties Without PAN Details, Says Report: 10 Facts

    A huge number of donations to political parties came from unknown sources over the last four years -- a practice the Election Commission has been trying to discourage. More than 3,000 donations in this period came without donors' details like Permanent Account Number (PAN) or addresses, said the Delhi-based think tank, Association of Democratic Rig...

  • On Independence Day, PM Modi Calls For Freedom From Chalta Hai Attitude

    On Independence Day, PM Modi Calls For Freedom From <i>Chalta Hai</i> Attitude

    On India's 71st Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a change in attitude, a shift to positivity, which would be the key to New India. The nation he said, had undergone a change in terms of governance and reputation, and now, people must stop being cynical and "make the small changes in our lives".

  • 'Bullets, Abuses Won't Solve Kashmir Issue, Embracing Kashmiris Will': PM Modi

    'Bullets, Abuses Won't Solve Kashmir Issue, Embracing Kashmiris Will': PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the government will work for the progress of Jammu and Kashmir and include its youth "in the mainstream". But there will be no let-up in the crackdown on terror, he added.

  • 'Violence In Name Of Faith Won't Be Accepted In India': Top 10 Quotes Of PM Modi

    'Violence In Name Of Faith Won't Be Accepted In India': Top 10 Quotes Of PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on the 71st Independence Day from the ramparts of Delhi's historic Red Fort. After arriving at the Lahori Gate of the 17th Century fort, the Prime Minister inspected the Guard of Honour and unfurled the national flag. On July 30, the Prime Minister had invited citizens to send him constructive ideas...

  • Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    The students of Tamil Nadu who have passed NEET, the all-India medical entrance test, plan to take on the government's move to scrap this year's exams and introduce it from next year. And senior advocate Nalini Chidambaram -- the wife of former Union Minister P Chidambaram - who is representing them, said the state and the Centre had entered a dea...

  • On Gorakhpur Child Deaths, Supreme Court Refuses To Intervene

    On Gorakhpur Child Deaths, Supreme Court Refuses To Intervene

    The Supreme Court today refused to intervene in the issue of Gorakhpur hospital deaths, saying the matter was being handled by the Uttar Pradesh government. Any grievances about it should be raised before the Allahabad High Court, the top court told a lawyer who mentioned the issue before it this morning.

  • Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, must join investigation in the corruption case in which he has been named, the Supreme Court said today. The businessman, who is also a Congress member, should appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning and cannot travel abroad, the court said. The matter will...

  • After Hospital Chief, Doctor In Charge Of Children's Ward Removed In UP

    After Hospital Chief, Doctor In Charge Of Children's Ward Removed In UP

    Hours after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath promised action against the "guilty" at Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College, where 63 children died last week, Dr Kafeel Ahmad Khan, under whose watch the oxygen shortage of Thursday took place, was removed by the government.

  • Parents Who Lost Newborn In Gorakhpur Hospital Contradict UP Government Claims

    Parents Who Lost Newborn In Gorakhpur Hospital Contradict UP Government Claims

    The parents of a baby girl who died at the Gorakhpur hospital -- where 63 children died over the last five days -- have contradicted the government's claim that the oxygen problem was a one-time occurrence which started on the evening of August 10 and was sorted out by the next morning.

  • Amid Merger Talks, Team OPS Goes On Pilgrimage, Will Meet PM Tomorrow

    Amid Merger Talks, Team OPS Goes On Pilgrimage, Will Meet PM Tomorrow

    A breakthrough yet to be made in merger between the two rival factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK in Delhi, the team of former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam went on a quiet pilgrimage two popular shrines of Maharashtra - Shirdi and Shani Shringarpur. But they will be back in Delhi tomorrow, for a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Bengal Class 10 Student Death Suspected As 'Blue Whale' Suicide

    Bengal Class 10 Student Death Suspected As 'Blue Whale' Suicide

    The sick, self-destructive Blue Whale challenge has allegedly claimed one more life in India. A boy in West Bengal allegedly committed suicide to meet the conditions of the online 50-day game which has been responsible for more than 100 deaths in China, United States and other nations.

  • 'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    Hours after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the BRD Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur, where 63 children died last week, the government removed the doctor under whose watch the oxygen shortage of Thursday took place. During his visit, the Chief Minister had underscored the importance of investigation, promising that the punishment to the...

  • Raymond Man Vijaypat Singhania In Court, Wants A House To Live In

    Raymond Man Vijaypat Singhania In Court, Wants A House To Live In

    Veteran industrialist Vijaypat Singhania, who built Raymond into one of the best known apparel brands in the country and was one of the richest men in the country, is entangled in a legal battle with his son for a roof over his head.

  • Congress Expels 8 Gujarat Lawmakers For Cross-Vote Against Ahmed Patel

    Congress Expels 8 Gujarat Lawmakers For Cross-Vote Against Ahmed Patel

    A day after securing a Rajya Sabha seat for Ahmed Patel, the political adviser to Sonia Gandhi, in a cliff-hanger election, the Congress on Wednesday cracked down on eight legislators who voted against him. Following the lead of strongman Shankersinh Vaghela, the legislators had defied the whip, or formal orders from the party, to vote for Mr Patel...

  • 'Only You Can Punish Me,' Tejashwi Yadav Tells Bihar On His Maiden Rally

    'Only You Can Punish Me,' Tejashwi Yadav Tells Bihar On His Maiden Rally

    Nearly 5,000 people, banners and placards and even half-a dozen elephants: Lalu Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal had left no stone unturned to give Tejashwi Yadav a big build-up on his maiden political yatra from Champaran's Gandhi maidan.

  • 9 Lakh Marathas March In Mumbai For Quota, Farm Loan Waiver

    9 Lakh Marathas March In Mumbai For Quota, Farm Loan Waiver

    The streets of Mumbai, the country's commercial capital, turned into a sea of saffron today as nearly 10 lakh Marathas hit the road with a long list of demands that's headed by reservation in jobs and education. The protesters also want farm loan waivers and amendments to the SC, ST Act.

  • Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    The Gujarat assembly elections, slated for the end of this year, will be held using VVPATs - the Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail machines - along with Electronic Voting Machines, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court today

  • Keep Boys At Home, Not Girls: Kirron Kher On Chandigarh Stalking

    Keep Boys At Home, Not Girls: Kirron Kher On Chandigarh Stalking

    Kirron Kher, the BJP legislator from Chandigarh, delivered a scathing criticism of fellow BJP man Ramveer Bhatti, saying she was "embarrassed" to be called his party colleague.

  • Another Relative Of Haryana BJP Chief Is Accused Of Kidnapping Minor Girl

    Another Relative Of Haryana BJP Chief Is Accused Of Kidnapping Minor Girl

    The family of Haryana's top BJP leader Subhash Barala -- whose son is facing allegations of attempt to kidnap 29-year-old Varnika Kundu -- is facing embarrassment on another front. Mr Barala's relative Vikram Barala, has been accused of kidnapping a minor girl from a Haryana village. Today the Punjab and Haryana court said it would hear the case ag...

  • Justice Dipak Misra To Be Next Chief Justice Of India: Law Ministry

    Justice Dipak Misra To Be Next Chief Justice Of India: Law Ministry

    Justice Dipak Misra, who led the Supreme Court bench that confirmed death to four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, will succeed Justice JS Khehar as the next Chief Justice of India

  • 'No Security Abroad, What's He Hiding': Rajnath Singh's Jab At Rahul Gandhi

    'No Security Abroad, What's He Hiding': Rajnath Singh's Jab At Rahul Gandhi

    Union home minister Rajnath Singh today questioned what Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi "has to hide" for which he goes abroad without his securitymen, triggering a storm of protest from opposition leaders who accused the government of "spying".

  • 10 Things You Need To Know About Gujarat Rajya Sabha Elections

    10 Things You Need To Know About Gujarat Rajya Sabha Elections

    Three Rajya Sabha seats of BJP-ruled Gujarat will be up for election today. BJP chief Amit Shah, who will be making his debut in Rajya Sabha, and Union minister Smriti Irani are placed to easily win from two of the seats. The election to the third seat -- where Congress candidate Ahmed Patel, political advisor to party number one Sonia Gandhi, is s...

  • After Stalked Woman's Viral Post, Rahul Gandhi's Jab at BJP: 10 Points

    After Stalked Woman's Viral Post, Rahul Gandhi's Jab at BJP: 10 Points

    A day after a young woman accused the son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala of stalking and attempting to abduct her, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar spoke up, saying the issue had nothing to do with the leader. It is an individual issue and law will take its own course," he said. Vikas Barala, 23, and his friend had allegedly chased the 29-ye...

  • After Attempted Abduction of Daughter, Haryana Bureaucrat Speaks Up

    After Attempted Abduction of Daughter, Haryana Bureaucrat Speaks Up

    The father of the 29-year-old woman who was chased through the streets of Chandigarh on Friday night -- allegedly by the son of a senior BJP leader and his friend - says the political link of the family of the accused makes the situation "complicated", but they would not backtrack in the battle for justice.

  • Back From Bengaluru, Gujarat Congress Legislators Head To Another Resort

    Back From Bengaluru, Gujarat Congress Legislators Head To Another Resort

    The 43 Congress legislators from Gujarat - whisked away to Bengaluru last month to stem a string of damaging defections just ahead of the crucial Rajya Sabha elections -landed in Ahmedabad airport around 4:30 am today. Lawmakers in Gujarat will vote for three Rajya Sabha seats tomorrow.

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