Abhinav Bhatt With Inputs From Agencies


'Abhinav Bhatt With Inputs From Agencies ' - 112 News Result(s)

  • Protests In Kashmir After 15-Year-Old Found Dead With Pellet Injuries

    Protests In Kashmir After 15-Year-Old Found Dead With Pellet Injuries

    Massive protests have erupted in Srinagar after a 15-year-old boy died in police firing in Harwan on the peripherals of the city on Friday evening. Curfew-like restrictions have been imposed in Harwan and adjacent areas.

  • AAP Suspends MLA Devinder Sehrawat Who Accused Leaders In Punjab Of 'Exploiting Women'

    AAP Suspends MLA Devinder Sehrawat Who Accused Leaders In Punjab Of 'Exploiting Women'

    The Aam Aadmi Party has suspended its lawmaker Devinder Sehrawat days after he wrote to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal alleging there are leaders in the party that are exploiting women

  • 'Sir, Thank You,' Says Arvind Kejriwal To New Twitter Follower PM Modi

    'Sir, Thank You,' Says Arvind Kejriwal To New Twitter Follower PM Modi

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, with over seven million followers on Twitter, today added possibly the most high-profile follower to his list - Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Chennai Rain Crisis May Worsen, Airport to Remain Shut Till Sunday

    Chennai Rain Crisis May Worsen, Airport to Remain Shut Till Sunday

    It is pouring again in Chennai, which is confronting its worst crisis after record rain left most of the city flooded. The airport, which has not been operating since Tuesday evening, will remain closed till Sunday, the Airports Authority of India has said.

  • PM Modi Ranks 9th on Forbes' 'Powerful People' List, Up 6 Places From Last Year

    PM Modi Ranks 9th on Forbes' 'Powerful People' List, Up 6 Places From Last Year

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been ranked ninth on the Forbes list of powerful people for 2015, up six places from last year when he was at number 15. He is placed between his host next week, UK Prime Minister David Cameron, at number eight and Google's Larry Page at 10.

  • 2 BJP Ads Banned in Bihar After 'Grand Alliance' Complains of 'False Propaganda'

    2 BJP Ads Banned in Bihar After 'Grand Alliance' Complains of 'False Propaganda'

    Two newspaper advertisements by the BJP in Bihar have been banned by the Election Commission, hours after leaders from the Nitish Kumar-led "Grand Alliance" complained to the election watchdog, accusing the BJP of promoting "lies and communal tension" in the state through its advertisements.

  • Nearly 280 Dead as 7.5 Earthquake Hits Afghanistan, Pakistan. Massive Tremors in India.

    Nearly 280 Dead as 7.5 Earthquake Hits Afghanistan, Pakistan. Massive Tremors in India.

    A powerful earthquake of 7.5 magnitude centred in Afghanistan, has killed over 215 people, including 12 Afghan schoolgirls who were crushed in a stampede as they tried to flee their collapsing school. At least 152 people, including eight children, have died in Pakistan and over thousand are reported injured.

  • Akram, Akhtar Not to Commentate in Mumbai ODI After Sena Threat; Pak Umpire Withdrawn

    Akram, Akhtar Not to Commentate in Mumbai ODI After Sena Threat; Pak Umpire Withdrawn

    Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar has been withdrawn from officiating in the remaining two matches of the on-going India-South Africa one-day series, hours after Shiv Sena activists tried to force cancellation of talks between BCCI chief Shashank Manohar and his Pakistani counterpart Shahryar Khan in Mumbai on Monday morning. Citing security reasons, form...

  • As PM Narendra Modi Lands in New York, Patels Call Off Protest: 10 Developments

    As PM Narendra Modi Lands in New York, Patels Call Off Protest: 10 Developments

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New York today, a section of the Patel community called off a planned protest, saying they would welcome him. PM Modi will attend the United Nations General Assembly session and will also meet President Barack Obama during his five-day trip.

  • 'No Need to Reconsider Reservation': BJP After RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's Comments

    'No Need to Reconsider Reservation': BJP After RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's Comments

    Amid a political storm over Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's suggestion that the country's reservation policy should be reviewed, the ruling BJP has said it does not favour "any reconsideration of the existing constitutional provision of reservation."

  • Policeman among 8 Dead in Gujarat Violence, Army Called In: 10 Developments

    Policeman among 8 Dead in Gujarat Violence, Army Called In: 10 Developments

    Eight people, including a policeman, have died in the violence that erupted in several parts of Gujarat after the brief detention of 21-year-old Hardik Patel on Tuesday night in Ahmedabad. The city is tense and the Army has been called in to restore law and order.

  • Thousands of Indians in Dubai Roar Approval Through PM Modi's Speech

    Thousands of Indians in Dubai Roar Approval Through PM Modi's Speech

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today repeatedly slammed Pakistan, without naming it, in a speech at a Dubai cricket stadium packed with an Indian diaspora that roared its approval.

  • Setback for Minister Smriti Irani in Case Over Her College Degree

    Setback for Minister Smriti Irani in Case Over Her College Degree

    A Delhi court has accepted a complaint that union minister Smriti Irani misrepresented her educational qualifications, triggering strong calls for her resignation from the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party, whose Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar was arrested earlier this month on charges of faking his Law degree.

  • 'It Will Make Our Border More Secure,' Says PM Modi as India and Bangladesh Ratify Land Boundary Agreement

    'It Will Make Our Border More Secure,' Says PM Modi as India and Bangladesh Ratify Land Boundary Agreement

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina today witnessed the exchange of instrument of ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement between the two countries in Dhaka. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was also present.

  • Nestle Withdraws Maggi Noodles After Ban in Five States, Promises to Return

    Nestle Withdraws Maggi Noodles After Ban in Five States, Promises to Return

    Amid massive controversy, Nestle India said on Thursday night that it has decided to take Maggi noodles off the shelves, reiterating that the snack is safe and promising it will be back soon. Maggi noodles has been under country-wide scrutiny for high lead content and mono-sodium glutamate or MSG, a taste enhancer.

'Abhinav Bhatt With Inputs From Agencies ' - 112 News Result(s)

  • Protests In Kashmir After 15-Year-Old Found Dead With Pellet Injuries

    Protests In Kashmir After 15-Year-Old Found Dead With Pellet Injuries

    Massive protests have erupted in Srinagar after a 15-year-old boy died in police firing in Harwan on the peripherals of the city on Friday evening. Curfew-like restrictions have been imposed in Harwan and adjacent areas.

  • AAP Suspends MLA Devinder Sehrawat Who Accused Leaders In Punjab Of 'Exploiting Women'

    AAP Suspends MLA Devinder Sehrawat Who Accused Leaders In Punjab Of 'Exploiting Women'

    The Aam Aadmi Party has suspended its lawmaker Devinder Sehrawat days after he wrote to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal alleging there are leaders in the party that are exploiting women

  • 'Sir, Thank You,' Says Arvind Kejriwal To New Twitter Follower PM Modi

    'Sir, Thank You,' Says Arvind Kejriwal To New Twitter Follower PM Modi

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, with over seven million followers on Twitter, today added possibly the most high-profile follower to his list - Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Chennai Rain Crisis May Worsen, Airport to Remain Shut Till Sunday

    Chennai Rain Crisis May Worsen, Airport to Remain Shut Till Sunday

    It is pouring again in Chennai, which is confronting its worst crisis after record rain left most of the city flooded. The airport, which has not been operating since Tuesday evening, will remain closed till Sunday, the Airports Authority of India has said.

  • PM Modi Ranks 9th on Forbes' 'Powerful People' List, Up 6 Places From Last Year

    PM Modi Ranks 9th on Forbes' 'Powerful People' List, Up 6 Places From Last Year

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been ranked ninth on the Forbes list of powerful people for 2015, up six places from last year when he was at number 15. He is placed between his host next week, UK Prime Minister David Cameron, at number eight and Google's Larry Page at 10.

  • 2 BJP Ads Banned in Bihar After 'Grand Alliance' Complains of 'False Propaganda'

    2 BJP Ads Banned in Bihar After 'Grand Alliance' Complains of 'False Propaganda'

    Two newspaper advertisements by the BJP in Bihar have been banned by the Election Commission, hours after leaders from the Nitish Kumar-led "Grand Alliance" complained to the election watchdog, accusing the BJP of promoting "lies and communal tension" in the state through its advertisements.

  • Nearly 280 Dead as 7.5 Earthquake Hits Afghanistan, Pakistan. Massive Tremors in India.

    Nearly 280 Dead as 7.5 Earthquake Hits Afghanistan, Pakistan. Massive Tremors in India.

    A powerful earthquake of 7.5 magnitude centred in Afghanistan, has killed over 215 people, including 12 Afghan schoolgirls who were crushed in a stampede as they tried to flee their collapsing school. At least 152 people, including eight children, have died in Pakistan and over thousand are reported injured.

  • Akram, Akhtar Not to Commentate in Mumbai ODI After Sena Threat; Pak Umpire Withdrawn

    Akram, Akhtar Not to Commentate in Mumbai ODI After Sena Threat; Pak Umpire Withdrawn

    Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar has been withdrawn from officiating in the remaining two matches of the on-going India-South Africa one-day series, hours after Shiv Sena activists tried to force cancellation of talks between BCCI chief Shashank Manohar and his Pakistani counterpart Shahryar Khan in Mumbai on Monday morning. Citing security reasons, form...

  • As PM Narendra Modi Lands in New York, Patels Call Off Protest: 10 Developments

    As PM Narendra Modi Lands in New York, Patels Call Off Protest: 10 Developments

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New York today, a section of the Patel community called off a planned protest, saying they would welcome him. PM Modi will attend the United Nations General Assembly session and will also meet President Barack Obama during his five-day trip.

  • 'No Need to Reconsider Reservation': BJP After RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's Comments

    'No Need to Reconsider Reservation': BJP After RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's Comments

    Amid a political storm over Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's suggestion that the country's reservation policy should be reviewed, the ruling BJP has said it does not favour "any reconsideration of the existing constitutional provision of reservation."

  • Policeman among 8 Dead in Gujarat Violence, Army Called In: 10 Developments

    Policeman among 8 Dead in Gujarat Violence, Army Called In: 10 Developments

    Eight people, including a policeman, have died in the violence that erupted in several parts of Gujarat after the brief detention of 21-year-old Hardik Patel on Tuesday night in Ahmedabad. The city is tense and the Army has been called in to restore law and order.

  • Thousands of Indians in Dubai Roar Approval Through PM Modi's Speech

    Thousands of Indians in Dubai Roar Approval Through PM Modi's Speech

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today repeatedly slammed Pakistan, without naming it, in a speech at a Dubai cricket stadium packed with an Indian diaspora that roared its approval.

  • Setback for Minister Smriti Irani in Case Over Her College Degree

    Setback for Minister Smriti Irani in Case Over Her College Degree

    A Delhi court has accepted a complaint that union minister Smriti Irani misrepresented her educational qualifications, triggering strong calls for her resignation from the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party, whose Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar was arrested earlier this month on charges of faking his Law degree.

  • 'It Will Make Our Border More Secure,' Says PM Modi as India and Bangladesh Ratify Land Boundary Agreement

    'It Will Make Our Border More Secure,' Says PM Modi as India and Bangladesh Ratify Land Boundary Agreement

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina today witnessed the exchange of instrument of ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement between the two countries in Dhaka. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was also present.

  • Nestle Withdraws Maggi Noodles After Ban in Five States, Promises to Return

    Nestle Withdraws Maggi Noodles After Ban in Five States, Promises to Return

    Amid massive controversy, Nestle India said on Thursday night that it has decided to take Maggi noodles off the shelves, reiterating that the snack is safe and promising it will be back soon. Maggi noodles has been under country-wide scrutiny for high lead content and mono-sodium glutamate or MSG, a taste enhancer.

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