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  • CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    A tussle between the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation versus his number 2 - dubbed Prime Minster Narendra Modi's "blue-eyed boy" by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi - is seen as the trigger for a crisis within the agency and brought it under spotlight. After tit-for-tat allegations of bribery, a First Information Report and a letter to the C...

  • Call To Ban Firecrackers Across Country, Supreme Court Decision Today

    Call To Ban Firecrackers Across Country, Supreme Court Decision Today

    Pollution levels in Delhi already on the upswing, the Supreme Court is expected to take a call today on whether the sale of firecrackers will be banned across the country. Buoyed by the ban on firecracker sale in the National Capital Region last year, a petition has called for the countrywide ban on manufacture, sale and possession of firecrackers,...

  • In CBI vs CBI, Chief Alok Verma Preps To Suspend Deputy: 10 Points

    In CBI vs CBI, Chief Alok Verma Preps To Suspend Deputy: 10 Points

    A day after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma has moved to suspend his deputy, Special Director Rakesh Asthana. Sources told NDTV that a letter was sent over weekend, in which Mr Verma has called for Mr Asthana's suspension, calling him "a source of demoralization". PM Modi has intervened in the...

  • 400 Fuel Pumps Shut In Delhi Today, Arvind Kejriwal Blames BJP

    400 Fuel Pumps Shut In Delhi Today, Arvind Kejriwal Blames BJP

    Around 400 petrol pumps in Delhi that also sell Compressed Natural Gas will remain shut for 23 hours from 6 am today in protest against the Delhi government's refusal to reduce Value Added Tax on diesel and petrol. The protest was called by the Delhi Petrol Dealers Association on October 10 -days after 13 states slashed VAT following a request by U...

  • Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    The internal struggle in the Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana has escalated with the agency filing a bribery case against the latter. In retaliation, Mr Asthana has written to the government, saying a "false FIR (First Information Report) has been lodged against him.

  • Heckled By Protesters At Sabarimala, Woman Passes Out After Panic Attack

    Heckled By Protesters At Sabarimala, Woman Passes Out After Panic Attack

    A woman suffered from panic attack and had to be taken to a hospital near Sabarimala after masses of protesters surrounded and heckled her. Earlier today, two women had to turn back after facing similar treatment from groups that have been camping on way to the hill shrine, determined not to let any woman of reproductive age set foot there.

  • MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    In a 41-page criminal defamation petition to a Delhi court against journalist Priya Ramani, MJ Akbar said her article and tweets accusing him of sexual harassment spoiled his reputation and goodwill, and he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government because of her allegations. Her tweets and arti...

  • MJ Akbar To Record Statement In Defamation Case On October 31: 10 Points

    MJ Akbar To Record Statement In Defamation Case On October 31: 10 Points

    Former Union minister MJ Akbar has been asked to come and record his statement on October 31 by a Delhi court which today agreed to hear his defamation case against one of the multiple women who accused him of sexual harassment. Mr Akbar has trashed the allegations. His lawyers today said he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister becaus...

  • Amid Protests, Violence At Sabarimala, A Message From Mohan Bhagwat

    Amid Protests, Violence At Sabarimala, A Message From Mohan Bhagwat

    Amid the anti-women protests and violence at Kerala's Sabarimala temple and a right-wing statewide strike, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat today said people feel the Supreme Court judgment that allowed women into the temple did not take into account the long-held traditions.

  • Resignation MJ Akbar's Idea, Won't Set Precedent, Say Government Sources

    Resignation MJ Akbar's Idea, Won't Set Precedent, Say Government Sources

    Union minister MJ Akbar's resignation today, following accusations of sexual harassment by around 20 women, was his own decision and will not set a precedent, sources told NDTV today. The lawmaker from Rajya Sabha, they said, will continue to be a part of the BJP.

  • Journalists Covering Encounter In Srinagar Beaten Up, Police Apologises

    Journalists Covering Encounter In Srinagar Beaten Up, Police Apologises

    Six journalists were allegedly beaten up by the police after an altercation in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar on Wednesday. The police said they were investigating the matter and have apologised to journalists who were injured.

  • Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilakkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilakkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Hours after armed, slogan-shouting crowds attacked the media over women's entry to Sabarimala temple, the police lathicharged the mob at Nilakkal, the base from where the trek to the hilltop shrine begins. The protesters are supporting the centuries-old ban on the entry of women of reproductive age to the temple -- which was overturned by the Supre...

  • Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilalkkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilalkkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Hours after armed, slogan-shouting crowds attacked the media over women's entry to Sabarimala temple, the police lathicharged the mob at Nilakkal, the base from where the trek to the hilltop shrine begins. The protesters are supporting the centuries-old ban on the entry of women of reproductive age to the temple -- which was overturned by the Supre...

  • Mob Attacks Journalists Near Sabarimala, NDTV Crew Blocked By Protesters

    Mob Attacks Journalists Near Sabarimala, NDTV Crew Blocked By Protesters

    Armed, masked mobs today targeted women mediapersons who had gone to cover the protests near Kerala's Sabarimala temple. Four media organisations were targeted -- in some cases in presence of the police. Republic TV's Pooja Prasanna was beaten with sticks, Saritha S Balan from The News Minute was kicked on the spine. Midway through live telecast, N...

  • PM's Appeal To Oil-Producing Nations Gets A Negative From Saudi Minister

    PM's Appeal To Oil-Producing Nations Gets A Negative From Saudi Minister

    With petrol and diesel prices continuing to rise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday appealed to top oil producers, including Saudi Arabia's energy minister, to help nations like India bridge what he called a "resource crunch". At the third annual brainstorming session with chief executives of top global and Indian oil and gas companies, PM Mod...

'Anindita Sanyal' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    CBI Clash Between Agency's Chief, His Deputy Began Last Year

    A tussle between the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation versus his number 2 - dubbed Prime Minster Narendra Modi's "blue-eyed boy" by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi - is seen as the trigger for a crisis within the agency and brought it under spotlight. After tit-for-tat allegations of bribery, a First Information Report and a letter to the C...

  • Call To Ban Firecrackers Across Country, Supreme Court Decision Today

    Call To Ban Firecrackers Across Country, Supreme Court Decision Today

    Pollution levels in Delhi already on the upswing, the Supreme Court is expected to take a call today on whether the sale of firecrackers will be banned across the country. Buoyed by the ban on firecracker sale in the National Capital Region last year, a petition has called for the countrywide ban on manufacture, sale and possession of firecrackers,...

  • In CBI vs CBI, Chief Alok Verma Preps To Suspend Deputy: 10 Points

    In CBI vs CBI, Chief Alok Verma Preps To Suspend Deputy: 10 Points

    A day after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma has moved to suspend his deputy, Special Director Rakesh Asthana. Sources told NDTV that a letter was sent over weekend, in which Mr Verma has called for Mr Asthana's suspension, calling him "a source of demoralization". PM Modi has intervened in the...

  • 400 Fuel Pumps Shut In Delhi Today, Arvind Kejriwal Blames BJP

    400 Fuel Pumps Shut In Delhi Today, Arvind Kejriwal Blames BJP

    Around 400 petrol pumps in Delhi that also sell Compressed Natural Gas will remain shut for 23 hours from 6 am today in protest against the Delhi government's refusal to reduce Value Added Tax on diesel and petrol. The protest was called by the Delhi Petrol Dealers Association on October 10 -days after 13 states slashed VAT following a request by U...

  • Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    Clash Within CBI Intensifies With Case Against Its Number 2 Officer

    The internal struggle in the Central Bureau of Investigation chief Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana has escalated with the agency filing a bribery case against the latter. In retaliation, Mr Asthana has written to the government, saying a "false FIR (First Information Report) has been lodged against him.

  • Heckled By Protesters At Sabarimala, Woman Passes Out After Panic Attack

    Heckled By Protesters At Sabarimala, Woman Passes Out After Panic Attack

    A woman suffered from panic attack and had to be taken to a hospital near Sabarimala after masses of protesters surrounded and heckled her. Earlier today, two women had to turn back after facing similar treatment from groups that have been camping on way to the hill shrine, determined not to let any woman of reproductive age set foot there.

  • MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    MJ Akbar Says #MeToo Accuser's Charges "Diabolically, Viciously" Spread

    In a 41-page criminal defamation petition to a Delhi court against journalist Priya Ramani, MJ Akbar said her article and tweets accusing him of sexual harassment spoiled his reputation and goodwill, and he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government because of her allegations. Her tweets and arti...

  • MJ Akbar To Record Statement In Defamation Case On October 31: 10 Points

    MJ Akbar To Record Statement In Defamation Case On October 31: 10 Points

    Former Union minister MJ Akbar has been asked to come and record his statement on October 31 by a Delhi court which today agreed to hear his defamation case against one of the multiple women who accused him of sexual harassment. Mr Akbar has trashed the allegations. His lawyers today said he had to quit his job as the junior foreign minister becaus...

  • Amid Protests, Violence At Sabarimala, A Message From Mohan Bhagwat

    Amid Protests, Violence At Sabarimala, A Message From Mohan Bhagwat

    Amid the anti-women protests and violence at Kerala's Sabarimala temple and a right-wing statewide strike, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat today said people feel the Supreme Court judgment that allowed women into the temple did not take into account the long-held traditions.

  • Resignation MJ Akbar's Idea, Won't Set Precedent, Say Government Sources

    Resignation MJ Akbar's Idea, Won't Set Precedent, Say Government Sources

    Union minister MJ Akbar's resignation today, following accusations of sexual harassment by around 20 women, was his own decision and will not set a precedent, sources told NDTV today. The lawmaker from Rajya Sabha, they said, will continue to be a part of the BJP.

  • Journalists Covering Encounter In Srinagar Beaten Up, Police Apologises

    Journalists Covering Encounter In Srinagar Beaten Up, Police Apologises

    Six journalists were allegedly beaten up by the police after an altercation in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar on Wednesday. The police said they were investigating the matter and have apologised to journalists who were injured.

  • Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilakkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilakkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Hours after armed, slogan-shouting crowds attacked the media over women's entry to Sabarimala temple, the police lathicharged the mob at Nilakkal, the base from where the trek to the hilltop shrine begins. The protesters are supporting the centuries-old ban on the entry of women of reproductive age to the temple -- which was overturned by the Supre...

  • Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilalkkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Police Lathicharge Protesters At Nilalkkal Near Sabarimala, 50 Detained

    Hours after armed, slogan-shouting crowds attacked the media over women's entry to Sabarimala temple, the police lathicharged the mob at Nilakkal, the base from where the trek to the hilltop shrine begins. The protesters are supporting the centuries-old ban on the entry of women of reproductive age to the temple -- which was overturned by the Supre...

  • Mob Attacks Journalists Near Sabarimala, NDTV Crew Blocked By Protesters

    Mob Attacks Journalists Near Sabarimala, NDTV Crew Blocked By Protesters

    Armed, masked mobs today targeted women mediapersons who had gone to cover the protests near Kerala's Sabarimala temple. Four media organisations were targeted -- in some cases in presence of the police. Republic TV's Pooja Prasanna was beaten with sticks, Saritha S Balan from The News Minute was kicked on the spine. Midway through live telecast, N...

  • PM's Appeal To Oil-Producing Nations Gets A Negative From Saudi Minister

    PM's Appeal To Oil-Producing Nations Gets A Negative From Saudi Minister

    With petrol and diesel prices continuing to rise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday appealed to top oil producers, including Saudi Arabia's energy minister, to help nations like India bridge what he called a "resource crunch". At the third annual brainstorming session with chief executives of top global and Indian oil and gas companies, PM Mod...

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