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  • 'Economy Strong, Moving In Right Direction,' PM Modi Tells Gujarat

    'Economy Strong, Moving In Right Direction,' PM Modi Tells Gujarat

    The fundamentals of economy are strong and it is moving in the right direction and some economists are agreed on that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today in Gujarat. Over the last few weeks, the Prime Minister and his cabinet have spoken repeatedly to counter the opposition attack following a slowdown in the economy.

  • 'Invaluable Gift To India,' Says PM Modi On Ro-Ro Ferry Service: 10 Points

    'Invaluable Gift To India,' Says PM Modi On Ro-Ro Ferry Service: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's third visit to his home state Gujarat this month saw the announcement of projects worth Rs 2000 crore. The state also had its first "roll-on, roll-off (Ro-Ro)" ferry service - a Rs Rs. 650-crore initiative which the Prime Minister inaugurated this morning, calling it his "dream project". The day ended with a triumphan...

  • 'Not All Inter-Faith Marriages Can Be Called Love Jihad': Kerala High Court

    'Not All Inter-Faith Marriages Can Be Called Love Jihad': Kerala High Court

    In the backdrop of the controversy over "Love Jihad", the Kerala High Court has said all inter-faith marriages should not be seen through a religious prism.

  • Diwali Celebrations In Ayodhya Questioned, Yogi Adityanath Hits Back

    Diwali Celebrations In Ayodhya Questioned, Yogi Adityanath Hits Back

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today hit out at the opposition for criticising his grand Diwali celebrations at Ayodhya as a divisive ploy meant to divert attention from governance issues, saying no one has the right to question his faith.

  • PM Modi Celebrates Diwali With Soldiers - 'His Family' - In Kashmir

    PM Modi Celebrates Diwali With Soldiers - 'His Family' - In Kashmir

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today spent his fourth Diwali with soldiers - this time at Gurez in Jammu and Kashmir, where troops of the 15 Corps are stationed. During the two-hour tour in Gurez -- a picturesque valley along the Line of Control in Bandipora district - Prime Minister said like everyone else, he was spending the festival with his "fa...

  • Dawood Ibrahim's Properties In Mumbai To Be Auctioned

    Dawood Ibrahim's Properties In Mumbai To Be Auctioned

    Three of the 10 seized properties of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim will be auctioned next month. A notice has been published in newspapers by a department under the Union finance ministry. The auction will take place on November 14 and the advertisement invites bids from interested parties in sealed envelopes.

  • Clash After Alleged Braid Chopper Caught In Kashmir, 4 Protesters Injured

    Clash After Alleged Braid Chopper Caught In Kashmir, 4 Protesters Injured

    Four people injured in firing when a mob clashed with security forces in Pahalgam area of south Kashmir this morning. The police said the people were protesting against an alleged incident of braid chopping.

  • 'Why This Kolaveri Da': Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Jab At BJP On Jay Shah Row

    'Why This Kolaveri Da': Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Jab At BJP On Jay Shah Row

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today took another swipe at the BJP, tweeting that Jay Shah, the son of party chief Amit Shah, was receiving legal help from the government. A tweet from Mt Gandhi's official handle read, "State legal help for Shah-Zada! Why this, why this Kolaveri Da?"

  • Day After Murder Of Sarpanch In Kashmir, Mob Sets His House On Fire

    Day After Murder Of Sarpanch In Kashmir, Mob Sets His House On Fire

    Enraged by the death of a terrorist who targeted a former sarpanch in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian yesterday, a frenzied mob set the family's house on fire this afternoon. Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh's family had offered resistance to the terrorists and during the scuffle, a gun went off and a terrorist was killed.

  • Siddaramaiah Pours Cold Water On 'Gold For Karnataka Lawmakers' Plan

    Siddaramaiah Pours Cold Water On 'Gold For Karnataka Lawmakers' Plan

    A Rs 26-crore plan to mark the 60th birthday of the Karnataka Assembly building by giving gold biscuits to lawmakers has been nixed by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The Chief Minister has ordered drastic cuts to both budget and the duration of the festival. Instead of two days, the lawmakers get to celebrate for only one day and the expenses must be...

  • Gau Rakshaks Strike In Alwar Again. Farmer Says Robbed of 51 Cows

    Gau Rakshaks Strike In Alwar Again. Farmer Says Robbed of 51 Cows

    A farmer in Rajasthan's Alwar - where a man had been beaten to death earlier this year by cow vigilantes -- has alleged that his milch cows, 51 of them

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Address Mega Rally In Gujarat Today: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Address Mega Rally In Gujarat Today: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address around seven lakh BJP workers today in his home state Gujarat, where assembly elections will be held by the end of this year. On the eve of his visit to Gandhinagar, the Prime Minster tweeted, "I bow to the people of Gujarat for blessing BJP for decades. We will always fulfil the dreams of every Gujarati wi...

  • Trump's U-Turn On Pak Draws Response From Rahul Gandhi. Target - PM Modi.

    Trump's U-Turn On Pak Draws Response From Rahul Gandhi. Target - PM Modi.

    US President Donald Trump's sudden gear-shift on Pakistan has provided the Congress with fresh ammunition. Party vice-president Rahul Gandhi today targetted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, posting a tweet from President Trump and adding a comment:

  • Samajwadi Party Students Prise Allahabad University From BJP-Linked ABVP

    Samajwadi Party Students Prise Allahabad University From BJP-Linked ABVP

    The student-body of the Samajwadi Party beat two-time winner ABVP in the Student Union elections at the Allahabad University today.

  • 'Things Looking Up For Congress': Amarinder Singh On Punjab By-Poll Win

    'Things Looking Up For Congress': Amarinder Singh On Punjab By-Poll Win

    Punjab's ruling Congress celebrated an early Diwali today as it dislodged the BJP from its stronghold of Gurdaspur in the Lok Sabha by-elections. With the main opposition party AAP also in the running, the triangular contest was seen as a prestige battle for the ruling party, which won the assembly elections in the state six months ago.

'Anindita Sanyal' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • 'Economy Strong, Moving In Right Direction,' PM Modi Tells Gujarat

    'Economy Strong, Moving In Right Direction,' PM Modi Tells Gujarat

    The fundamentals of economy are strong and it is moving in the right direction and some economists are agreed on that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today in Gujarat. Over the last few weeks, the Prime Minister and his cabinet have spoken repeatedly to counter the opposition attack following a slowdown in the economy.

  • 'Invaluable Gift To India,' Says PM Modi On Ro-Ro Ferry Service: 10 Points

    'Invaluable Gift To India,' Says PM Modi On Ro-Ro Ferry Service: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's third visit to his home state Gujarat this month saw the announcement of projects worth Rs 2000 crore. The state also had its first "roll-on, roll-off (Ro-Ro)" ferry service - a Rs Rs. 650-crore initiative which the Prime Minister inaugurated this morning, calling it his "dream project". The day ended with a triumphan...

  • 'Not All Inter-Faith Marriages Can Be Called Love Jihad': Kerala High Court

    'Not All Inter-Faith Marriages Can Be Called Love Jihad': Kerala High Court

    In the backdrop of the controversy over "Love Jihad", the Kerala High Court has said all inter-faith marriages should not be seen through a religious prism.

  • Diwali Celebrations In Ayodhya Questioned, Yogi Adityanath Hits Back

    Diwali Celebrations In Ayodhya Questioned, Yogi Adityanath Hits Back

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today hit out at the opposition for criticising his grand Diwali celebrations at Ayodhya as a divisive ploy meant to divert attention from governance issues, saying no one has the right to question his faith.

  • PM Modi Celebrates Diwali With Soldiers - 'His Family' - In Kashmir

    PM Modi Celebrates Diwali With Soldiers - 'His Family' - In Kashmir

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today spent his fourth Diwali with soldiers - this time at Gurez in Jammu and Kashmir, where troops of the 15 Corps are stationed. During the two-hour tour in Gurez -- a picturesque valley along the Line of Control in Bandipora district - Prime Minister said like everyone else, he was spending the festival with his "fa...

  • Dawood Ibrahim's Properties In Mumbai To Be Auctioned

    Dawood Ibrahim's Properties In Mumbai To Be Auctioned

    Three of the 10 seized properties of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim will be auctioned next month. A notice has been published in newspapers by a department under the Union finance ministry. The auction will take place on November 14 and the advertisement invites bids from interested parties in sealed envelopes.

  • Clash After Alleged Braid Chopper Caught In Kashmir, 4 Protesters Injured

    Clash After Alleged Braid Chopper Caught In Kashmir, 4 Protesters Injured

    Four people injured in firing when a mob clashed with security forces in Pahalgam area of south Kashmir this morning. The police said the people were protesting against an alleged incident of braid chopping.

  • 'Why This Kolaveri Da': Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Jab At BJP On Jay Shah Row

    'Why This Kolaveri Da': Rahul Gandhi's Fresh Jab At BJP On Jay Shah Row

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today took another swipe at the BJP, tweeting that Jay Shah, the son of party chief Amit Shah, was receiving legal help from the government. A tweet from Mt Gandhi's official handle read, "State legal help for Shah-Zada! Why this, why this Kolaveri Da?"

  • Day After Murder Of Sarpanch In Kashmir, Mob Sets His House On Fire

    Day After Murder Of Sarpanch In Kashmir, Mob Sets His House On Fire

    Enraged by the death of a terrorist who targeted a former sarpanch in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian yesterday, a frenzied mob set the family's house on fire this afternoon. Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh's family had offered resistance to the terrorists and during the scuffle, a gun went off and a terrorist was killed.

  • Siddaramaiah Pours Cold Water On 'Gold For Karnataka Lawmakers' Plan

    Siddaramaiah Pours Cold Water On 'Gold For Karnataka Lawmakers' Plan

    A Rs 26-crore plan to mark the 60th birthday of the Karnataka Assembly building by giving gold biscuits to lawmakers has been nixed by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The Chief Minister has ordered drastic cuts to both budget and the duration of the festival. Instead of two days, the lawmakers get to celebrate for only one day and the expenses must be...

  • Gau Rakshaks Strike In Alwar Again. Farmer Says Robbed of 51 Cows

    Gau Rakshaks Strike In Alwar Again. Farmer Says Robbed of 51 Cows

    A farmer in Rajasthan's Alwar - where a man had been beaten to death earlier this year by cow vigilantes -- has alleged that his milch cows, 51 of them

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Address Mega Rally In Gujarat Today: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Address Mega Rally In Gujarat Today: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address around seven lakh BJP workers today in his home state Gujarat, where assembly elections will be held by the end of this year. On the eve of his visit to Gandhinagar, the Prime Minster tweeted, "I bow to the people of Gujarat for blessing BJP for decades. We will always fulfil the dreams of every Gujarati wi...

  • Trump's U-Turn On Pak Draws Response From Rahul Gandhi. Target - PM Modi.

    Trump's U-Turn On Pak Draws Response From Rahul Gandhi. Target - PM Modi.

    US President Donald Trump's sudden gear-shift on Pakistan has provided the Congress with fresh ammunition. Party vice-president Rahul Gandhi today targetted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, posting a tweet from President Trump and adding a comment:

  • Samajwadi Party Students Prise Allahabad University From BJP-Linked ABVP

    Samajwadi Party Students Prise Allahabad University From BJP-Linked ABVP

    The student-body of the Samajwadi Party beat two-time winner ABVP in the Student Union elections at the Allahabad University today.

  • 'Things Looking Up For Congress': Amarinder Singh On Punjab By-Poll Win

    'Things Looking Up For Congress': Amarinder Singh On Punjab By-Poll Win

    Punjab's ruling Congress celebrated an early Diwali today as it dislodged the BJP from its stronghold of Gurdaspur in the Lok Sabha by-elections. With the main opposition party AAP also in the running, the triangular contest was seen as a prestige battle for the ruling party, which won the assembly elections in the state six months ago.

  • Karnataka Plans Mid-Day Meals To Keep Lawmakers In Assembly

    Karnataka Plans Mid-Day Meals To Keep Lawmakers In Assembly

    In face of a problem of absenteeism in legislative assembly, Karnataka has a new plan - one that appears to have been inspired by schools. Lunches, which the state hopes, will induce the lawmakers to attend, especially the afternoon sessions.

  • Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Assembly elections will be held in Himachal Pradesh on November 9 this year and votes will be counted on December 18, the Election Commission said today. It has not yet announced dates for assembly elections in Gujarat, but said that they would be held before December 18.

  • On Women's Safety In App-Based Cabs, Court asks for Centre's Inputs

    On Women's Safety In App-Based Cabs, Court asks for Centre's Inputs

    The issue of women's safety in app-based cabs has been taken up by the Supreme Court, which asked the Centre today for suggestions on the matter. The court asked if it was possible to have a regulatory mechanism to check sexual harassment in app-based taxies like Uber and Ola and public transport. The case will be heard next on December 7.

  • Separatist Asiya Andrabi On Achievers' List, Mehbooba Mufti Orders Inquiry

    Separatist Asiya Andrabi On Achievers' List, Mehbooba Mufti Orders Inquiry

    The government of Mehbooba Mufti wants to know how jailed Kashmiri separatist Asiya Andrabi landed on a list of 12 women achievers -- alongside the Chief Minister herself -- in a Jammu and Kashmir government poster.

  • Court Decision Tomorrow On Appeal Of Aarushi Talwar's Parents

    Court Decision Tomorrow On Appeal Of Aarushi Talwar's Parents

    A court will take a call tomorrow on whether Rajesh and Nupur Talwar should have been convicted for the murder of their teenage daughter Aarushi. The dentist couple -- who were found guilty and given life term in jail by a special court in 2013 for the country's most gripping whodunit -- had appealed against the order in the Allahabad high court.

  • 'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    A section of traders have approached the Supreme Court, seeking modification of its order banning sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR ahead of Diwali. The traders say the court should allow them to sell the stocks they bought after the court relaxed its ban on licenses to sell firecrackers in September.

  • Delhi Metro Fare Hike May Push Women To Less Safe Options: Survey

    Delhi Metro Fare Hike May Push Women To Less Safe Options: Survey

    To balance household expenses after the metro fare hike, more than 65 per cent women in Delhi will look for a cheaper mode of travel. And for this, they could be forced to compromise on safety, the Delhi Commission for Women said today after a survey.

  • Kerala Opens Temple Doors To Dalit Priests, And Equality

    Kerala Opens Temple Doors To Dalit Priests, And Equality

    In a landmark step, 36 non-Brahmins - six of them Dalits - have been appointed as priests in conservative Kerala. The appointments were made by the Kerala's Travancore Devasom Recruitment Board, which is controlled by the state government - currently headed by CPM's Prinarayi Vijayan.

  • RSS Activist Attacked, Beaten With Rods In Kerala's Kannur

    RSS Activist Attacked, Beaten With Rods In Kerala's Kannur

    An activist of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the ideological mentor of the BJP, was dragged out of his vehicle and beaten up with iron rods near Kerala's Kannur today. The assault came at a time the BJP is in the middle of a 15-day foot-march in the state to highlight what it calls the "murder politics" of the ruling CPM. The police say initial inve...

  • 'Send Bihar Patients To Patna': Minister Accused Of Discriminatory Remark

    'Send Bihar Patients To Patna': Minister Accused Of Discriminatory Remark

    Junior minister for health Ashwini Choube has triggered controversy with his suggestion that patients from Bihar should be treated at Patna's All India Institute of Medical Sciences and not the premier institute in Delhi. Ashwini Choube is a legislator from Bihar's Buxar and his remark has raised hackles in his home state, where some locals have ev...

  • Firecracker Sale Banned In Local Markets, Delhi Shops Online

    Firecracker Sale Banned In Local Markets, Delhi Shops Online

    A ban on sale of firecrackers in Delhi this year may not bring about the pollution free Diwali many residents are dreaming of. A day after the cracker ban from the Supreme Court, a section of rebellious Delhi'ites are going online to buy the yearly quota of noise and deadly fumes.

  • Nobel Winner Richard Thaler Praised Demonetisation. But There's A Postscript.

    Nobel Winner Richard Thaler Praised Demonetisation. But There's A Postscript.

    After the Nobel prize for economics was announced today, US academic Richard Thaler was the toast of Twitter. Congratulations poured in from around the world. Students and friends spoke of the lasting impact his theories left on them. In India, many pointed out that back in November, the celebrated economist had praised the government's move to pul...

  • In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    The Kerala love jihad case faced a roadblock today as the Supreme Court refused to hear it, saying the Muslim boy's counsel was mixing law and politics. Pulling up the advocate, the court said his arguments were "inexcusable" and that he had "bulldozed" his own case.

  • No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    Heartbreaking pictures of the remains of seven soldiers -- killed in an air crash in Arunachal Pradesh -- being transported in cardboard boxes, have triggered controversy and concern on social media. A former Army officer has weighed in, criticizing the lack of basic facilities like body bags in remote areas.

  • 'Vadnagar Taught Me To Drink Poison,' Says PM Modi In Hometown

    'Vadnagar Taught Me To Drink Poison,' Says PM Modi In Hometown

    Gujarat's Vadnagar today welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who made his first visit to his hometown since taking over the top job in the country at the head of a colourful roadshow. The Prime Minister was in Vadnagar to inaugurate a multi-speciality hospital and address a rally.

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