Amitoj Singh


'Amitoj Singh' - 147 News Result(s)

  • All Public Services To Be Home-Delivered, Says Kejriwal Government

    All Public Services To Be Home-Delivered, Says Kejriwal Government

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that basic public services - like a ration card that allows poor families to collect subsidised grain - will be "home delivered" to all residents of the capital. Mr Kejriwal's cabinet described the move as "a first" anywhere in the world.

  • Flight To Chandigarh Helps Arvind Kejriwal In Fighting Delhi Smog Crisis

    Flight To Chandigarh Helps Arvind Kejriwal In Fighting Delhi Smog Crisis

    One down, another to go. Haryana has pledged its assistance to Delhi in fighting the toxic smog that has covered the city for over a week, leading doctors to declare a public health crisis. Punjab, the other state whose actions impact the filthy air, has so far ignored Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's entreaty for a meeting to discuss possibl...

  • In Surat, Tweaked Posters Of Sholay Appear At Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    In Surat, Tweaked Posters Of Sholay Appear At Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    Forty-two years after it broke box office records, posters of Bollywood superhit "Sholay" made an appearance in Surat, the financial capital of Gujarat. But in the election-bound state, their message was political. Carrying hashtags of #ReformGST, #SaveSurat and #SaveGujarat, the posters appeared at the venue of a rally by Rahul Gandhi.

  • Assembly Election 2017: Bigger Gujarat Leaders 'Would Finish Us': Rahul Gandhi's 'Secret Agents'

    Assembly Election 2017: Bigger Gujarat Leaders 'Would Finish Us': Rahul Gandhi's 'Secret Agents'

    As Rahul Gandhi moves through Gujarat, visiting temples, addressing small neighbourhood gathering and much larger rallies, taking the occasional selfie with a young fan who climbed to the top of his mini-van for a selfie, there's a far more media-shy contingent that's assessing what voters want.

  • Gujarat Dalit Leader Jignesh Mevani Meets Rahul Gandhi, Gets Assurance On 90% Demands

    Gujarat Dalit Leader Jignesh Mevani Meets Rahul Gandhi, Gets Assurance On 90% Demands

    Young Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani met Rahul Gandhi near Gujarat's Surat on Friday and said the Congress vice president has promised to include most Dalit demands in his party's manifesto for next month's assembly elections.

  • 'Are Temples Off-Limits For Me?' Rahul Gandhi On 'Soft Hindutva' Allegations

    'Are Temples Off-Limits For Me?' Rahul Gandhi On 'Soft Hindutva' Allegations

    After arriving in the small town of Mandvi in Surat in his campaign bus, Rahul Gandhi visited a temple nearby.

  • In Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi Derides Arun Jaitley Over Ease Of Doing Business

    In Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi Derides Arun Jaitley Over Ease Of Doing Business

    As he moved through Bharuch in South Gujarat, driving from one public meeting to another, the crowds surged, forcing Rahul Gandhi to clamber out of his bus and onto an open-top vehicle. This is Mr Gandhi's third foray to Gujarat to appeal to people to give his Congress party a chance; for 22 years, the state has been loyal to the BJP

  • 'And Marriage?' Boxer Vijender Asked Rahul Gandhi. Answer Was...

    'And Marriage?' Boxer Vijender Asked Rahul Gandhi. Answer Was...

    Asked, not for the first or last time, when he will get married, Rahul Gandhi today invoked destiny. "Jab hogi, hogi (It will happen when it happens). I believe in destiny," the Congress Vice President said, replying to a question by Olympics medalist Vijender Singh at a business awards meet.

  • 'Demonetisation, Bang! GST, Bang! Two Shots To The Chest,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    'Demonetisation, Bang! GST, Bang! Two Shots To The Chest,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    In another scathing attack on the government, Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government of "killing" the economy with "two quick shots to the chest," referring to last year's notes ban and new national tax GST, which he also alleged has "unleashed a tsunami of tax terrorism."

  • 'No Choice': Lack Of Solutions Fosters North India's Air Quality Crisis

    'No Choice': Lack Of Solutions Fosters North India's Air Quality Crisis

    The ban on stubble burning in Punjab - an attempt to control air pollution levels in north India - has left the state's farmers in a fix. They say they need to clear crop residue to sow the next crop even if it is at the risk of hefty fines or even a jail term. The farmers said they have no choice but to defy the National Green Tribunal's order, as...

  • Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    The Congress should pick Jyotiraditya Scindia as its presumptive Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh, said Kamal Nath, the party's most senior leader from the state, to reporters today.

  • For 3,400-km Yatra, Digvijaya Singh Asks For Mobile Toilet, Ambulance

    For 3,400-km Yatra, Digvijaya Singh Asks For Mobile Toilet, Ambulance

    For the six-month-long journey walking around the Narmada river that Congress leader Digivijaya Singh plans starting next Saturday, he has requested the Madhya Pradesh government for an ambulance, extra security and a mobile toilet. The BJP government of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has sanctioned the ambulance and the security.

  • Kept In Dark About Trial In Children's Rape Cases, 6 Mothers Go To Court

    Kept In Dark About Trial In Children's Rape Cases, 6 Mothers Go To Court

    Six mothers whose children have been raped have gone to court demanding that they be informed about the progress in the cases by the police. Not only were they not told about the hearing dates, they were not even informed that the accused were given bail. Two mothers told the Delhi High Court that they found out about the bail only when they saw th...

  • Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    A journalist from an online news company has said she has faced rape and death threats for a video she produced that called out a music video as sexist and abusive. Deeksha Sharma, who works for The Quint, said the online venom against her and the news website flared up after the two-year-old music video by YouTuber Omprakash Mishra called 'Bol Na ...

  • In The Heart Of Delhi, 'Illegal' Rohingyas Have Long-Term Indian Visas

    In The Heart Of Delhi, 'Illegal' Rohingyas Have Long-Term Indian Visas

    India has declared Rohingya Muslims, the embattled minority fleeing violence in Myanmar, as illegal and ordered their deportation.

'Amitoj Singh' - 275 Video Result(s)

'Amitoj Singh' - 147 News Result(s)

  • All Public Services To Be Home-Delivered, Says Kejriwal Government

    All Public Services To Be Home-Delivered, Says Kejriwal Government

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that basic public services - like a ration card that allows poor families to collect subsidised grain - will be "home delivered" to all residents of the capital. Mr Kejriwal's cabinet described the move as "a first" anywhere in the world.

  • Flight To Chandigarh Helps Arvind Kejriwal In Fighting Delhi Smog Crisis

    Flight To Chandigarh Helps Arvind Kejriwal In Fighting Delhi Smog Crisis

    One down, another to go. Haryana has pledged its assistance to Delhi in fighting the toxic smog that has covered the city for over a week, leading doctors to declare a public health crisis. Punjab, the other state whose actions impact the filthy air, has so far ignored Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's entreaty for a meeting to discuss possibl...

  • In Surat, Tweaked Posters Of Sholay Appear At Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    In Surat, Tweaked Posters Of Sholay Appear At Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    Forty-two years after it broke box office records, posters of Bollywood superhit "Sholay" made an appearance in Surat, the financial capital of Gujarat. But in the election-bound state, their message was political. Carrying hashtags of #ReformGST, #SaveSurat and #SaveGujarat, the posters appeared at the venue of a rally by Rahul Gandhi.

  • Assembly Election 2017: Bigger Gujarat Leaders 'Would Finish Us': Rahul Gandhi's 'Secret Agents'

    Assembly Election 2017: Bigger Gujarat Leaders 'Would Finish Us': Rahul Gandhi's 'Secret Agents'

    As Rahul Gandhi moves through Gujarat, visiting temples, addressing small neighbourhood gathering and much larger rallies, taking the occasional selfie with a young fan who climbed to the top of his mini-van for a selfie, there's a far more media-shy contingent that's assessing what voters want.

  • Gujarat Dalit Leader Jignesh Mevani Meets Rahul Gandhi, Gets Assurance On 90% Demands

    Gujarat Dalit Leader Jignesh Mevani Meets Rahul Gandhi, Gets Assurance On 90% Demands

    Young Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani met Rahul Gandhi near Gujarat's Surat on Friday and said the Congress vice president has promised to include most Dalit demands in his party's manifesto for next month's assembly elections.

  • 'Are Temples Off-Limits For Me?' Rahul Gandhi On 'Soft Hindutva' Allegations

    'Are Temples Off-Limits For Me?' Rahul Gandhi On 'Soft Hindutva' Allegations

    After arriving in the small town of Mandvi in Surat in his campaign bus, Rahul Gandhi visited a temple nearby.

  • In Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi Derides Arun Jaitley Over Ease Of Doing Business

    In Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi Derides Arun Jaitley Over Ease Of Doing Business

    As he moved through Bharuch in South Gujarat, driving from one public meeting to another, the crowds surged, forcing Rahul Gandhi to clamber out of his bus and onto an open-top vehicle. This is Mr Gandhi's third foray to Gujarat to appeal to people to give his Congress party a chance; for 22 years, the state has been loyal to the BJP

  • 'And Marriage?' Boxer Vijender Asked Rahul Gandhi. Answer Was...

    'And Marriage?' Boxer Vijender Asked Rahul Gandhi. Answer Was...

    Asked, not for the first or last time, when he will get married, Rahul Gandhi today invoked destiny. "Jab hogi, hogi (It will happen when it happens). I believe in destiny," the Congress Vice President said, replying to a question by Olympics medalist Vijender Singh at a business awards meet.

  • 'Demonetisation, Bang! GST, Bang! Two Shots To The Chest,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    'Demonetisation, Bang! GST, Bang! Two Shots To The Chest,' Says Rahul Gandhi

    In another scathing attack on the government, Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government of "killing" the economy with "two quick shots to the chest," referring to last year's notes ban and new national tax GST, which he also alleged has "unleashed a tsunami of tax terrorism."

  • 'No Choice': Lack Of Solutions Fosters North India's Air Quality Crisis

    'No Choice': Lack Of Solutions Fosters North India's Air Quality Crisis

    The ban on stubble burning in Punjab - an attempt to control air pollution levels in north India - has left the state's farmers in a fix. They say they need to clear crop residue to sow the next crop even if it is at the risk of hefty fines or even a jail term. The farmers said they have no choice but to defy the National Green Tribunal's order, as...

  • Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    The Congress should pick Jyotiraditya Scindia as its presumptive Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh, said Kamal Nath, the party's most senior leader from the state, to reporters today.

  • For 3,400-km Yatra, Digvijaya Singh Asks For Mobile Toilet, Ambulance

    For 3,400-km Yatra, Digvijaya Singh Asks For Mobile Toilet, Ambulance

    For the six-month-long journey walking around the Narmada river that Congress leader Digivijaya Singh plans starting next Saturday, he has requested the Madhya Pradesh government for an ambulance, extra security and a mobile toilet. The BJP government of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has sanctioned the ambulance and the security.

  • Kept In Dark About Trial In Children's Rape Cases, 6 Mothers Go To Court

    Kept In Dark About Trial In Children's Rape Cases, 6 Mothers Go To Court

    Six mothers whose children have been raped have gone to court demanding that they be informed about the progress in the cases by the police. Not only were they not told about the hearing dates, they were not even informed that the accused were given bail. Two mothers told the Delhi High Court that they found out about the bail only when they saw th...

  • Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    A journalist from an online news company has said she has faced rape and death threats for a video she produced that called out a music video as sexist and abusive. Deeksha Sharma, who works for The Quint, said the online venom against her and the news website flared up after the two-year-old music video by YouTuber Omprakash Mishra called 'Bol Na ...

  • In The Heart Of Delhi, 'Illegal' Rohingyas Have Long-Term Indian Visas

    In The Heart Of Delhi, 'Illegal' Rohingyas Have Long-Term Indian Visas

    India has declared Rohingya Muslims, the embattled minority fleeing violence in Myanmar, as illegal and ordered their deportation.

  • Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    As the Rohingya crisis has escalated, so has the Indian government's attempts to depict Rohingya Muslims as a security threat to India. It is an argument at the heart of the government's stand, that it cannot accept Rohingyas fleeing violence in Myanmar, and will deport those already here. But the reasons why Rohingyas, of whom an estimated 40,000 ...

  • Death Over Deportation To Myanmar Please, Says A Rohingya In Delhi

    Death Over Deportation To Myanmar Please, Says A Rohingya In Delhi

    A spot right next to where garbage is dumped in south Delhi's Shaheen Bagh has been Noor Alam's home for some time, a settlement of 74 Rohingya families recognised as refugees by a United Nations body. But Noor Alam, who lives with his family of 12 members, was happy. At least, he says, they didn't have to now worry if they will live through the ni...

  • High Court Says Media Misreported Remarks On PM. Here's What Happened

    High Court Says Media Misreported Remarks On PM. Here's What Happened

    Remarks made by judges about the Prime Minister being in- charge of the entire country and not just his party were used out of context by the media, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has said. It stressed that its comments were observations and not part of its verdict on the riots that ripped through Haryana after spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim S...

  • Hari, NDTV Technician, Would Have Been Killed. A Cop Saved Him

    Hari, NDTV Technician, Would Have Been Killed. A Cop Saved Him

    The mob of around 15-20 that caught him, had seconds ago smashed the windows of the NDTV OB van in which Hari was sitting.

  • Did Ram Rahim's Guards Try To Help Him Escape? Police Arrest 7

    Did Ram Rahim's Guards Try To Help Him Escape? Police Arrest 7

    A Haryana police officer told news agency IANS that the seven security personnel attempted to take Ram Rahim away in their vehicle after he stepped out of court. It is being seen as an attempt to help him escape. "They could have taken him to his thousands of followers who had gathered about one kilometre from the court complex after which it would...

  • Thousands Evacuated From Ram Rahim's Base, Sentencing Today: 10 Points

    Thousands Evacuated From Ram Rahim's Base, Sentencing Today: 10 Points

    The estimated 30,000 followers of self-styled guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who were inside the headquarters of his sect, the Dera Sacha Sauda in Haryana's Sirsa, started moving out on Sunday evening. Around 6 pm, the security forces brought 100 state transport buses to ferry them out, resolving the stalemate that had been in continuing since Ram R...

  • 'He Is PM Of India, Not BJP,' Says Furious High Court After Haryana Riots

    'He Is PM Of India, Not BJP,' Says Furious High Court After Haryana Riots

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not spared as a furious court on Saturday reprimanded Haryana and the central governments over the deadly rioting by self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim's followers after his conviction for rape. "He is the Prime Minister of not the BJP but of India," said the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

  • Special Cell, Bottled Water And Assistant For Ram Rahim In Rohtak Jail

    Special Cell, Bottled Water And Assistant For Ram Rahim In Rohtak Jail

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, a self-styled spiritual guru and head of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect, has been moved to a prison in Haryana's Rohtak. The rape convict will be lodged in a special cell, will get bottled mineral water and an assistant to stay with him, sources in the Haryana jail said.

  • Next To Panchkula Hotel, A Base Camp With 1 Lakh Ram Rahim Followers

    Next To Panchkula Hotel, A Base Camp With 1 Lakh Ram Rahim Followers

    Through the night, the numbers grew. A residential neighbourhood in Panchkula, Sector 5 has turned involuntarily into an impromptu and massive base for nearly one lakh followers of spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

  • Ram Rahim Guilty Of Rape, 30 Dead, 250 Injured As Sect Erupts: 10 Facts

    Ram Rahim Guilty Of Rape, 30 Dead, 250 Injured As Sect Erupts: 10 Facts

    Just as feared, large clashes, arson and violence erupted in the town of Panchkula in Haryana on Friday immediately after spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was convicted of raping two women followers in a case dating back to 2002. Thirty people are dead and 250 injured, officials said, in the violence that quickly spread to other cities. Ram R...

  • Why They Love 'Rockstar Baba' Gurmeet Ram Rahim: Tale Of 2 Devotees

    Why They Love 'Rockstar Baba' Gurmeet Ram Rahim: Tale Of 2 Devotees

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the chief of the influential Dera Sacha Sauda sect, has been found guilty of rape by a court in Haryana. Tens of thousands of his devotees have kept the police and the army on edge. Among these "Dera Premis" are men and women who claim they travelled to the Panchkula city, where a court delivered the verdict, just for a gli...

  • Army In Panchkula As Thousands Stake Out For Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Verdict

    Army In Panchkula As Thousands Stake Out For Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Verdict

    Fearing riots after a court today decides if self-styled spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is guilty of rape, the government of Haryana has cut off mobile internet services and asked for the army to be ready to intervene if required.

  • Ram Rahim Says See You In Court, Asks Followers To Keep Calm

    Ram Rahim Says See You In Court, Asks Followers To Keep Calm

    At least two major cities - Chandigarh and Panchkula - are in complete lockdown as they brace for a verdict tomorrow on whether popular and self-styled spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh sexually exploited two women followers nearly 15 years ago.

  • 'Boom,' Tweets AAP As Court Sets Aside Lieutenant Governor Order On Bungalow

    'Boom,' Tweets AAP As Court Sets Aside Lieutenant Governor Order On Bungalow

    The High Court has set aside an April order by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal cancelling the allotment of a bungalow in Rouse Avenue for use by AAP as its office. The judge observed today that no reason was given for the cancellation and has asked Mr Baijal to pass a "reasoned order" within eight weeks.

  • At CERN, Science Unites A Divided World

    At CERN, Science Unites A Divided World

    From conflicts that chafe foreign shores to ones closer home, examples of a world divided are for everyone to see. There is no dearth of points of friction that drive humanity further away from itself.

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