Abhishek Chakraborty With Inputs From Ani

'Abhishek Chakraborty With Inputs From Ani ' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Air India Pilot Accused Of Molesting Air Hostess After Mid-Air Fight
    Mumbai News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Monday May 7, 2018
    An Air India cabin crew member has accused her colleague - a pilot - of molesting her on an Ahmedabad-Mumbai flight on May 4. The air hostess reported the matter to senior officials in the airline, following which she lodged a police complaint against the pilot.
  • Residents Of This Remote Village In Odisha Don't Depend On Cash Anymore
    India News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Wednesday April 11, 2018
    India is aiming to be a digital economy and a less-cash society. But the aim of digital transactions for curbing corruption and ensuring transparency can be fully achieved only when citizens in the remotest corners of the country are able to carry out cashless transactions.
  • <i>Madrasa</i> In UP's Gorakhpur Teaches Sanskrit; "Enjoying It", Say Students
    Cities | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Tuesday April 10, 2018
    Few can compare with India when it comes to linguistic diversity of a country, and Uttar Pradesh, which is India's largest state in terms of population, prides itself to be the centre of languages like Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu. But like everything else in a vastly populated state like UP, languages too, often find themselves restricted to groups, c...
  • Pakistan's Army Has "Mastered The Art Of A Non-Coup Coup": Former Top Diplomat
    World News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Tuesday April 10, 2018
    Pakistan's civilian government is just a facade for the world, and it is actually the countries army that calls the shots and runs the show. This is what Pakistan's former envoy to the United States Hussain Haqqani meant when he said that Pakistan's Army has "mastered the art of a non-coup coup." While there is a prime minister and a government in ...
  • Chhattisgarh Village, Plunged Into Darkness By Maoists In 2003, Gets Electricity After 15 Years
    India News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Monday April 9, 2018
    Life may not have been as well as they had hoped, but residents of Chintalnar village in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district at least had basic amenities such as electricity and water. This was in 2003. Little did they know that their simple joy of having electricity would be short-lived.
  • 17,000 Km, 7 Countries And 7 Weeks Later, Hyderabad Women Bikers Return Home
    Hyderabad News | Edited by Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (with inputs from ANI) | Monday April 9, 2018
    Four women bikers, seven nations in seven weeks - that was the aim with which Shilpa Balakrishnan, Piya Bahadur, Shanti Susan and Jai Bharathi began their 17,000 kilometre road trip from Hyderabad on February 11. Today, they successfully completed the trip which they had called 'Roadtrip to Mekong'.

'Abhishek Chakraborty With Inputs From Ani ' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Air India Pilot Accused Of Molesting Air Hostess After Mid-Air Fight
    Mumbai News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Monday May 7, 2018
    An Air India cabin crew member has accused her colleague - a pilot - of molesting her on an Ahmedabad-Mumbai flight on May 4. The air hostess reported the matter to senior officials in the airline, following which she lodged a police complaint against the pilot.
  • Residents Of This Remote Village In Odisha Don't Depend On Cash Anymore
    India News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Wednesday April 11, 2018
    India is aiming to be a digital economy and a less-cash society. But the aim of digital transactions for curbing corruption and ensuring transparency can be fully achieved only when citizens in the remotest corners of the country are able to carry out cashless transactions.
  • <i>Madrasa</i> In UP's Gorakhpur Teaches Sanskrit; "Enjoying It", Say Students
    Cities | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Tuesday April 10, 2018
    Few can compare with India when it comes to linguistic diversity of a country, and Uttar Pradesh, which is India's largest state in terms of population, prides itself to be the centre of languages like Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu. But like everything else in a vastly populated state like UP, languages too, often find themselves restricted to groups, c...
  • Pakistan's Army Has "Mastered The Art Of A Non-Coup Coup": Former Top Diplomat
    World News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Tuesday April 10, 2018
    Pakistan's civilian government is just a facade for the world, and it is actually the countries army that calls the shots and runs the show. This is what Pakistan's former envoy to the United States Hussain Haqqani meant when he said that Pakistan's Army has "mastered the art of a non-coup coup." While there is a prime minister and a government in ...
  • Chhattisgarh Village, Plunged Into Darkness By Maoists In 2003, Gets Electricity After 15 Years
    India News | Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (With inputs from ANI) | Monday April 9, 2018
    Life may not have been as well as they had hoped, but residents of Chintalnar village in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district at least had basic amenities such as electricity and water. This was in 2003. Little did they know that their simple joy of having electricity would be short-lived.
  • 17,000 Km, 7 Countries And 7 Weeks Later, Hyderabad Women Bikers Return Home
    Hyderabad News | Edited by Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (with inputs from ANI) | Monday April 9, 2018
    Four women bikers, seven nations in seven weeks - that was the aim with which Shilpa Balakrishnan, Piya Bahadur, Shanti Susan and Jai Bharathi began their 17,000 kilometre road trip from Hyderabad on February 11. Today, they successfully completed the trip which they had called 'Roadtrip to Mekong'.
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