Ishadrita Lahiri


'Ishadrita Lahiri' - 60 News Result(s)

  • In The Heart of Delhi, A Protest With 12 Skulls

    In The Heart of Delhi, A Protest With 12 Skulls

    Around a dozen human skulls are on display at Jantar Mantar -- the protest zone in Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi. The 150-odd men who have been camping with the bizarre relics since March 14, say they are the remains of Tamil farmers who have committed suicide. If the Centre only gave them a loan waiver and a drought relief package, these...

  • Manohar Parrikar To Seek Trust Vote Soon, Congress Seems To Give Up: 10 Points

    Manohar Parrikar To Seek Trust Vote Soon, Congress Seems To Give Up: 10 Points

    Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar was the first to arrive this morning at the state assembly, where he will seek a vote of confidence to prove that he has majority support. Mr Parrikar is confident he has done everything to ensure that at least 21 of the state's 40 legislators will back him today - the BJP has won 13 seats and has built a coaliti...

  • BJP's New Goa Allies Get Most Berths In Manohar Parrikar's Cabinet

    BJP's New Goa Allies Get Most Berths In Manohar Parrikar's Cabinet

    The BJP's Manohar Parrikar took oath as Goa's next chief minister today. Eight legislators were sworn in as ministers along with Mr Parrikar at the Raj Bhawan in capital Panaji. The BJP is expected to use the occasion to further consolidate the support that smaller parties and Independents have pledged by liberally allotting ministries to them.

  • Disquiet In Goa Congress Over Digvijaya Singh's 'Mismanagement'

    Disquiet In Goa Congress Over Digvijaya Singh's 'Mismanagement'

    One day after Goa Governor Mridula Sinha invited the BJP to form the government, senior Congress leaders are coming under attack from some of its prominent lawmakers who are angry that their leaders weren't as quick as the BJP to negotiate support from smaller parties and stake claim despite its higher numbers. The Congress had emerged as the singl...

  • Manohar Parrikar As Goa Chief Minister Gains Momentum: 10 Developments

    Manohar Parrikar As Goa Chief Minister Gains Momentum: 10 Developments

    With the BJP in need of seven seats to form the government in Goa, its top leaders Nitin Gadkari and Manohar Parrikar are meeting now at a five-star in the picturesque coastal state with people who could help close that gap. Mr Parrikar, who is Defence Minister, was selected this morning by the party's legislators in Goa as their choice for Chief ...

  • Manohar Parrikar, Nitin Gadkari Meet Possible Allies At Goa 5-Star Hotel

    Manohar Parrikar, Nitin Gadkari Meet Possible Allies At Goa 5-Star Hotel

    A meeting is in progress at a 5-Star hotel in Goa to scout possible allies for the BJP, which is trying to form the government despite being well short of majority. The participants include Union minister Manohar Parrikar - whom the party leaders in Goa want back to lead the state - his cabinet colleague Nitin Gadkari and the leaders of regional pa...

  • 17-Year-Old Killed By Speeding Mercedes, His Scooter Dragged 100 Metres

    17-Year-Old Killed By Speeding Mercedes, His Scooter Dragged 100 Metres

    A day before he was to begin Class 12 in school, a 17-year-old boy in Delhi was killed by a speeding Mercedes that dragged his scooter for about 100 metres on Sunday night.

  • Soldier's Daughter Gurmehar Kaur Alleges Rape Threats Over Post, Given Security

    Soldier's Daughter Gurmehar Kaur Alleges Rape Threats Over Post, Given Security

    A Facebook post by a soldier's daughter, Gurmehar Kaur, against BJP-linked student outfit ABVP over campus violence is at the centre of a huge political row. The Delhi University student has two women constables for protection after she complained about death and rape threats.

  • Clashes Outside Delhi's Ramjas College Over Invite To JNU's Umar Khalid

    Clashes Outside Delhi's Ramjas College Over Invite To JNU's Umar Khalid

    Over 20 students were reportedly injured as two groups clashed at the Delhi University today over the Ramjas College cancelling its invite to JNU's Umar Khalid for a seminar. Some journalists were also caught in the clashes and beaten. A large number of policemen were seen trying to control the aggressive crowd.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar On Why He Has Lost 4 Kg In Delhi

    Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar On Why He Has Lost 4 Kg In Delhi

    Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was an early voter in Goa capital Panaji today. He had queued up before polling booths opened and was done by 7:10 am. He then told reporters, who have had just one question for him for weeks, "I have lost 4 kg in Delhi because of the food. I like Goan food. You can interpret this the way you want."

  • Goa Elections 2017: Pink Teddy Bears For Women First-Time Voters Draws Mixed Reviews

    Goa Elections 2017: Pink Teddy Bears For Women First-Time Voters Draws Mixed Reviews

    An incentive for first-time women voters in Goa has drawn mixed reactions - some are offended by what they believe is a sexist message, others appreciate the novelty.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's Bold Play, And An 'Awkward' Moment

    Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's Bold Play, And An 'Awkward' Moment

    It was a joint press conference, but Goa's Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said not a word. By his side, Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar did all the talking, declaring that the BJP will come back to power with a two-thirds majority in Goa, which votes tomorrow. For about 10 seconds as the presser started, no one spoke and Mr Parrikar joke...

  • UP, Goa Election 2017: The Importance Of Being Small

    UP, Goa Election 2017: The Importance Of Being Small

    Of all the states going to polls in the next few days, the contrast couldn't perhaps be more stark than between Uttar Pradesh and Goa. One is the country's largest and most populous state, the other among the country's smallest.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Why BJP's Michael Lobo, Who Once Washed Dishes, Is Sure He Will Win

    Goa Elections 2017: Why BJP's Michael Lobo, Who Once Washed Dishes, Is Sure He Will Win

    Michael Lobo, BJP legislator from Goa's Calangute, is the envy of voters in neighbouring constituencies.

  • Goa Elections 2017: At This Village, Political Satires 'Educate' Voters Ahead Of Polls

    Goa Elections 2017: At This Village, Political Satires 'Educate' Voters Ahead Of Polls

    At 7.30 pm in Canaguinim village, about 30 km from Goa's big Margao city, the roads are dark, the streets dead and the only activity is at the local church which prepares for its weekly Tiatr show. The villagers start trooping in by 8 and the show begins on a makeshift stage, under a colourful tarpaulin. Tiatr is a form of musical theatre, many tim...

'Ishadrita Lahiri' - 78 Video Result(s)

'Ishadrita Lahiri' - 60 News Result(s)

  • In The Heart of Delhi, A Protest With 12 Skulls

    In The Heart of Delhi, A Protest With 12 Skulls

    Around a dozen human skulls are on display at Jantar Mantar -- the protest zone in Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi. The 150-odd men who have been camping with the bizarre relics since March 14, say they are the remains of Tamil farmers who have committed suicide. If the Centre only gave them a loan waiver and a drought relief package, these...

  • Manohar Parrikar To Seek Trust Vote Soon, Congress Seems To Give Up: 10 Points

    Manohar Parrikar To Seek Trust Vote Soon, Congress Seems To Give Up: 10 Points

    Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar was the first to arrive this morning at the state assembly, where he will seek a vote of confidence to prove that he has majority support. Mr Parrikar is confident he has done everything to ensure that at least 21 of the state's 40 legislators will back him today - the BJP has won 13 seats and has built a coaliti...

  • BJP's New Goa Allies Get Most Berths In Manohar Parrikar's Cabinet

    BJP's New Goa Allies Get Most Berths In Manohar Parrikar's Cabinet

    The BJP's Manohar Parrikar took oath as Goa's next chief minister today. Eight legislators were sworn in as ministers along with Mr Parrikar at the Raj Bhawan in capital Panaji. The BJP is expected to use the occasion to further consolidate the support that smaller parties and Independents have pledged by liberally allotting ministries to them.

  • Disquiet In Goa Congress Over Digvijaya Singh's 'Mismanagement'

    Disquiet In Goa Congress Over Digvijaya Singh's 'Mismanagement'

    One day after Goa Governor Mridula Sinha invited the BJP to form the government, senior Congress leaders are coming under attack from some of its prominent lawmakers who are angry that their leaders weren't as quick as the BJP to negotiate support from smaller parties and stake claim despite its higher numbers. The Congress had emerged as the singl...

  • Manohar Parrikar As Goa Chief Minister Gains Momentum: 10 Developments

    Manohar Parrikar As Goa Chief Minister Gains Momentum: 10 Developments

    With the BJP in need of seven seats to form the government in Goa, its top leaders Nitin Gadkari and Manohar Parrikar are meeting now at a five-star in the picturesque coastal state with people who could help close that gap. Mr Parrikar, who is Defence Minister, was selected this morning by the party's legislators in Goa as their choice for Chief ...

  • Manohar Parrikar, Nitin Gadkari Meet Possible Allies At Goa 5-Star Hotel

    Manohar Parrikar, Nitin Gadkari Meet Possible Allies At Goa 5-Star Hotel

    A meeting is in progress at a 5-Star hotel in Goa to scout possible allies for the BJP, which is trying to form the government despite being well short of majority. The participants include Union minister Manohar Parrikar - whom the party leaders in Goa want back to lead the state - his cabinet colleague Nitin Gadkari and the leaders of regional pa...

  • 17-Year-Old Killed By Speeding Mercedes, His Scooter Dragged 100 Metres

    17-Year-Old Killed By Speeding Mercedes, His Scooter Dragged 100 Metres

    A day before he was to begin Class 12 in school, a 17-year-old boy in Delhi was killed by a speeding Mercedes that dragged his scooter for about 100 metres on Sunday night.

  • Soldier's Daughter Gurmehar Kaur Alleges Rape Threats Over Post, Given Security

    Soldier's Daughter Gurmehar Kaur Alleges Rape Threats Over Post, Given Security

    A Facebook post by a soldier's daughter, Gurmehar Kaur, against BJP-linked student outfit ABVP over campus violence is at the centre of a huge political row. The Delhi University student has two women constables for protection after she complained about death and rape threats.

  • Clashes Outside Delhi's Ramjas College Over Invite To JNU's Umar Khalid

    Clashes Outside Delhi's Ramjas College Over Invite To JNU's Umar Khalid

    Over 20 students were reportedly injured as two groups clashed at the Delhi University today over the Ramjas College cancelling its invite to JNU's Umar Khalid for a seminar. Some journalists were also caught in the clashes and beaten. A large number of policemen were seen trying to control the aggressive crowd.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar On Why He Has Lost 4 Kg In Delhi

    Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar On Why He Has Lost 4 Kg In Delhi

    Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was an early voter in Goa capital Panaji today. He had queued up before polling booths opened and was done by 7:10 am. He then told reporters, who have had just one question for him for weeks, "I have lost 4 kg in Delhi because of the food. I like Goan food. You can interpret this the way you want."

  • Goa Elections 2017: Pink Teddy Bears For Women First-Time Voters Draws Mixed Reviews

    Goa Elections 2017: Pink Teddy Bears For Women First-Time Voters Draws Mixed Reviews

    An incentive for first-time women voters in Goa has drawn mixed reactions - some are offended by what they believe is a sexist message, others appreciate the novelty.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's Bold Play, And An 'Awkward' Moment

    Goa Elections 2017: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's Bold Play, And An 'Awkward' Moment

    It was a joint press conference, but Goa's Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said not a word. By his side, Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar did all the talking, declaring that the BJP will come back to power with a two-thirds majority in Goa, which votes tomorrow. For about 10 seconds as the presser started, no one spoke and Mr Parrikar joke...

  • UP, Goa Election 2017: The Importance Of Being Small

    UP, Goa Election 2017: The Importance Of Being Small

    Of all the states going to polls in the next few days, the contrast couldn't perhaps be more stark than between Uttar Pradesh and Goa. One is the country's largest and most populous state, the other among the country's smallest.

  • Goa Elections 2017: Why BJP's Michael Lobo, Who Once Washed Dishes, Is Sure He Will Win

    Goa Elections 2017: Why BJP's Michael Lobo, Who Once Washed Dishes, Is Sure He Will Win

    Michael Lobo, BJP legislator from Goa's Calangute, is the envy of voters in neighbouring constituencies.

  • Goa Elections 2017: At This Village, Political Satires 'Educate' Voters Ahead Of Polls

    Goa Elections 2017: At This Village, Political Satires 'Educate' Voters Ahead Of Polls

    At 7.30 pm in Canaguinim village, about 30 km from Goa's big Margao city, the roads are dark, the streets dead and the only activity is at the local church which prepares for its weekly Tiatr show. The villagers start trooping in by 8 and the show begins on a makeshift stage, under a colourful tarpaulin. Tiatr is a form of musical theatre, many tim...

  • Goa Elections 2017: Voting Is Pure, Says Defence Minister Parrikar Amid Row Over Bribe Talk

    Goa Elections 2017: Voting Is Pure, Says Defence Minister Parrikar Amid Row Over Bribe Talk

    Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, whose comments in Goa on bribes for votes have been flagged to the Election Commission by Arvind Kejriwal, yesterday appeared to attempt a correction by saying that "voting is a pure deed".

  • Goa's Casinos Under Attack Again As Parties Race to Make Election Pledges

    Goa's Casinos Under Attack Again As Parties Race to Make Election Pledges

    The Congress has promised to ban all casinos in Goa if it is voted to power, including, its manifesto says, "floating casinos in Goa's river." State Congress chief Luizinho Faleiro said that in the first phase, casino boats that float in the Mandovi river would be shut down and in the second, onshore casinos would be targeted. The manifesto was rel...

  • Hours Before Arvind Kejriwal's Goa Rally, Party Prepares With Jam Session

    Hours Before Arvind Kejriwal's Goa Rally, Party Prepares With Jam Session

    Aam Aadmi Party supremo Arvind Kejriwal is landing in Goa to hold eight rallies for over three days. As NDTV made their way up to the two-bedroom flat that is the party office in Panjim, just hours before the rally, one could hear what sounded like a jam session.

  • Gang-Raped, Run Over, Teen Left Paralysed In Rajasthan

    Gang-Raped, Run Over, Teen Left Paralysed In Rajasthan

    Around 3.30 am on Christmas day, a 15-year-old girl in Rajasthan was allegedly gang-raped and beaten-up by two men, who then drove their motorcycle over her. She survived, but only as a paraplegic -- paralysed waist down, with no control over her bladder or bowel.

  • 17-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead In Mercedes Car In Delhi, Missing Friend Is Suspect

    17-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead In Mercedes Car In Delhi, Missing Friend Is Suspect

    A 17-year-old girl was shot dead in a Mercedes car just outside her home in Delhi's Najafgarh last evening as her mother, waiting for her, watched. Her missing friend is a suspect.

  • With Fat Books And Empty Pockets, Students In Exam Time Mug Up In ATM Queues

    With Fat Books And Empty Pockets, Students In Exam Time Mug Up In ATM Queues

    With last 20 rupees in her pocket, Ayanti, a sociology major student stood outside an ATM in Delhi University's North Campus, scribbling notes as she moves up the queue.

  • In Peak Wedding Season, Ghodiwalas, Decorators and Caterers Lie Jobless

    In Peak Wedding Season, Ghodiwalas, Decorators and Caterers Lie Jobless

    The months between November and February are considered to be peak wedding season in North India and for those in the business, the currency ban could not have come at a worse time.

  • Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University who were holding a protest near the India Gate regarding the failure of the authorities to trace a student who had gone missing last month, were detained by the police.

  • Burning Of Paddy Stubble Continues In Punjab, Haryana Despite Curbs

    Burning Of Paddy Stubble Continues In Punjab, Haryana Despite Curbs

    With pollution level rising in the national capital region, the Delhi government reached out to governments of Punjab and Haryana stating that paddy-burning in these states is contributing to the high pollution levels in the city. NDTV travelled to Karnal in Haryana to do a reality check of the steps taken by the government to curb this problem.

  • Residents Choke On Smoke As Delhi's Landfills Burn Unchecked

    Residents Choke On Smoke As Delhi's Landfills Burn Unchecked

    In a slum in East Delhi's Ghazipur, 51-year-old Sheikh Rubial sits in his one room house coughing profusely. He suffers from tuberculosis, and so do his three grandchildren, all below four years.

  • Ahead Of Eid, Cops Crack Down On Biryani Shops In Haryana, Hunt For Beef

    Ahead Of Eid, Cops Crack Down On Biryani Shops In Haryana, Hunt For Beef

    On the Gurgaon-Alwar highway, the biryani shops that dot the roadside may just shut down soon. For a week, in the run-up to Bakr Eid, when biriyani is most in demand, the local police have been raiding these shops following a complaint about the use of beef.

  • At Meerut’s Largest Government Hospitals, What The Poor Can Expect

    At Meerut’s Largest Government Hospitals, What The Poor Can Expect

    Meerut, Uttar Pradesh: Days after a young mother spent a night outside a government hospital in Meerut with her daughter’s body, since she could not afford a hearse, NDTV visited the city’s two biggest government hospitals to find out what the public healthcare system has to offer to people like her. Irfana earns Rs 150 a day. It was impossibl...

  • 'Ambulances Are Not For The Dead': She Sat On Road With Her Dead Daughter

    'Ambulances Are Not For The Dead': She Sat On Road With Her Dead Daughter

    All night, a young mother sat outside a hospital in Meerut, her young daughter's body next to her. She had no way to get home to her village, 50 kilometres away. A stranger offered her some money and advised her to call 108, the helpline for state-run ambulances.

  • 2 Cops Injured In Shootout in Delhi's Rohini, Gang Of Five Arrested

    2 Cops Injured In Shootout in Delhi's Rohini, Gang Of Five Arrested

    At least two cops were injured in a shootout between police and criminals today on the outskirts of west Delhi's Rohini area.

  • About To Win Kabaddi Match, Dalit Team Thrashed In Millennium City Gurgaon

    About To Win Kabaddi Match, Dalit Team Thrashed In Millennium City Gurgaon

    When the players of a Dalit team took the lead in the match, upper caste men watching the game pulled out guns. Shots were fired in the air creating chaos; bamboo sticks came raining down on young men like 22-year-old Raju Kumar, who was among the four Dalits seriously injured.

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