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  • In Australia For School Games, Delhi Teen Drowns While Taking Photos

    In Australia For School Games, Delhi Teen Drowns While Taking Photos

    A 15-year-old girl from Delhi, who had gone to Australia to participate in the Pacific School Games, has drowned in the sea off Adelaide. The body of Nitisha Negi was recovered this morning. The girl, a footballer from a school, was part of the 120-member Indian contingent.

  • "Youth Congress Leader Asked Who My Father And Mother Were," Says PM Modi

    "Youth Congress Leader Asked Who My Father And Mother Were," Says PM Modi

    On the heels of Mani Shankar Aiyar's suspension from the Congress over his "neech" slur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said a leader of the Youth Congress who is campaigning in Gujarat, has raised questions about his parents. The Congress has disowned the man, Salman Nizami.

  • Arun Jaitley Says BJP Will Have "Landslide Victory" In Gujarat

    Arun Jaitley Says BJP Will Have "Landslide Victory" In Gujarat

    As the elections in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections concluded, Union minister Arun Jaitley said the BJP will have a "landslide victory". The election to 89 of the state's 182 seats in Kutch, Saurashtra and South Gujarat, has witnessed 68 per cent turnout.

  • 'We Will Win 150-Plus Seats," Says Gujarat BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani

    'We Will Win 150-Plus Seats," Says Gujarat BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani

    As the first phase of polling started in Gujarat, state BJP chief Jitu Vaghani today said the party will win 150-plus seats in the state. Elections are underway on 89 of 182 seats in Gujarat - a state the BJP has been ruling for 22 straight years. Party chief Amit Shah has set his leaders a target of 150.

  • Complaint Against Gujarat BJP Candidate After Hate Speech Video

    Complaint Against Gujarat BJP Candidate After Hate Speech Video

    A BJP candidate from Gujarat has allegedly been caught on camera saying the population of "topi and dadhiwalas" -- an apparent reference to Muslims -- should be "reduced". He also said he would "instill fear among Muslims" and stop "money for mosques or madrasas". A complaint was filed in the Election Commission against BJP leader Shailesh Mehta, w...

  • With Action On Mani Shankar Aiyar, Congress Walks Rahul Gandhi's Talk

    With Action On Mani Shankar Aiyar, Congress Walks Rahul Gandhi's Talk

    Days after Rahul Gandhi underscored that the Prime Minister should be treated with respect, the Congress today suspended Mani Shankar Aiyar for his "Neech" slur on PM Narendra Modi. Mr Aiyar, who has been with the party for nearly three decades, is a longtime loyalist of the Gandhi family. Action against a senior leader of is a first in recent time...

  • For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    People who do not have Aadhaar will get another three months to link their Unique Identification Number with bank accounts and government welfare programmes, the Centre told the Supreme Court today. The new deadline will be March 31 instead of December 31, and a notification for this will be issued tomorrow, the court was told. The Unique Identific...

  • After Diluting Liquor Ban, Kerala Raises Age Bar For Drinking To 23 Years

    After Diluting Liquor Ban, Kerala Raises Age Bar For Drinking To 23 Years

    The legal age for drinking will now be 23 years instead of 21 years, the Kerala government has said. The Left-led government of Pinari Vijayan has passed an Ordinance, raising the age bar for drinking to curb the problem of alcoholism in the state, which has been sent to the Governor P Sathasivam for clearance.

  • Shootout Between Alleged Cattle Smugglers, Police In Rajasthan's Alwar, Man dead

    Shootout Between Alleged Cattle Smugglers, Police In Rajasthan's Alwar, Man dead

    A man died in Rajasthan's Alwar during a shootout with a gang of cattle smugglers, the police have said. The shootout took place early this morning after the police tried to catch the men, who were on a Tata pick-up truck.

  • Deadline For Linking Aadhaar To Be Extended To March 31. Conditions Apply

    Deadline For Linking Aadhaar To Be Extended To March 31. Conditions Apply

    The deadline to link Aadhaar with bank accounts and various government schemes will be pushed back from December 31 to March 31, the government has told the Supreme Court today. The extension, however, will apply only to those who do not have the Unique Identification Number yet.

  • "Gujarat Poll Has Turned Rahul Gandhi Into A Leader": Shiv Sena

    "Gujarat Poll Has Turned Rahul Gandhi Into A Leader": Shiv Sena

    Shiv Sena, the ally of BJP at the state and the centre, today said Gujarat elections have "turned Rahul Gandhi into a leader" and the BJP should have a "big heart to accept this". The praise for Mr Gandhi was combined with a comment that was not too flattering for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has launched numerous attacks on the Congress leade...

  • Rahul Gandhi A 'Devotee' Of Babar And 'Kin' Of Alauddin Khilji, Says BJP

    Rahul Gandhi A 'Devotee' Of Babar And 'Kin' Of Alauddin Khilji, Says BJP

    The BJP censure for Rahul Gandhi -- who is set to be the Congress president -- over the hearing of Ayodhya Ram temple case in Supreme Court turned harsh on Monday with sharp comments from various party leaders. While party chief Amit Shah demanded that Rahul Gandhi spell out his stand, its spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao, accused him of being "kin" ...

  • Junaid Khan Lynching: High Court Turns Down Plea For CBI Probe

    Junaid Khan Lynching: High Court Turns Down Plea For CBI Probe

    The Punjab and Haryana High Court today, ordered a stay in the proceedings of 15-year-old Junaid Khan's murder trial which has been going on in the Faridabad sessions court. The stay was ordered after Junaid's father, Jalaluddin, filed a petition at the Punjab and Haryana High court seeking a CBI inquiry on December 2.

  • Khakra, Pickles, Moongfali: Rahul Gandhi Allows A Peep Into His Kitchen

    Khakra, Pickles, Moongfali: Rahul Gandhi Allows A Peep Into His Kitchen

    Cyclone Ochki may have poured cold water on the campaigning in Gujarat, which is to end soon in areas that are going to polls on Saturday. But amid it, Rahul Gandhi had a curious complaint -- one redolent with the heartwarming flavours of Gujarat.

  • Cyclone Ockhi Pours Cold Water On Poll Campaign In Gujarat

    Cyclone Ockhi Pours Cold Water On Poll Campaign In Gujarat

    The Cyclone Ochki, which is expected to settle near Surat by midnight, has come as a dampener amid the elections heat in Gujarat. Nearly half-a-dozen rallies by star campaigners from both sides, scheduled for today and tomorrow, had to be cancelled. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose rally at Surat tomorrow was cancelled as well, asked senior part...

'Anindita Sanyal' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • In Australia For School Games, Delhi Teen Drowns While Taking Photos

    In Australia For School Games, Delhi Teen Drowns While Taking Photos

    A 15-year-old girl from Delhi, who had gone to Australia to participate in the Pacific School Games, has drowned in the sea off Adelaide. The body of Nitisha Negi was recovered this morning. The girl, a footballer from a school, was part of the 120-member Indian contingent.

  • "Youth Congress Leader Asked Who My Father And Mother Were," Says PM Modi

    "Youth Congress Leader Asked Who My Father And Mother Were," Says PM Modi

    On the heels of Mani Shankar Aiyar's suspension from the Congress over his "neech" slur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said a leader of the Youth Congress who is campaigning in Gujarat, has raised questions about his parents. The Congress has disowned the man, Salman Nizami.

  • Arun Jaitley Says BJP Will Have "Landslide Victory" In Gujarat

    Arun Jaitley Says BJP Will Have "Landslide Victory" In Gujarat

    As the elections in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections concluded, Union minister Arun Jaitley said the BJP will have a "landslide victory". The election to 89 of the state's 182 seats in Kutch, Saurashtra and South Gujarat, has witnessed 68 per cent turnout.

  • 'We Will Win 150-Plus Seats," Says Gujarat BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani

    'We Will Win 150-Plus Seats," Says Gujarat BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani

    As the first phase of polling started in Gujarat, state BJP chief Jitu Vaghani today said the party will win 150-plus seats in the state. Elections are underway on 89 of 182 seats in Gujarat - a state the BJP has been ruling for 22 straight years. Party chief Amit Shah has set his leaders a target of 150.

  • Complaint Against Gujarat BJP Candidate After Hate Speech Video

    Complaint Against Gujarat BJP Candidate After Hate Speech Video

    A BJP candidate from Gujarat has allegedly been caught on camera saying the population of "topi and dadhiwalas" -- an apparent reference to Muslims -- should be "reduced". He also said he would "instill fear among Muslims" and stop "money for mosques or madrasas". A complaint was filed in the Election Commission against BJP leader Shailesh Mehta, w...

  • With Action On Mani Shankar Aiyar, Congress Walks Rahul Gandhi's Talk

    With Action On Mani Shankar Aiyar, Congress Walks Rahul Gandhi's Talk

    Days after Rahul Gandhi underscored that the Prime Minister should be treated with respect, the Congress today suspended Mani Shankar Aiyar for his "Neech" slur on PM Narendra Modi. Mr Aiyar, who has been with the party for nearly three decades, is a longtime loyalist of the Gandhi family. Action against a senior leader of is a first in recent time...

  • For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    People who do not have Aadhaar will get another three months to link their Unique Identification Number with bank accounts and government welfare programmes, the Centre told the Supreme Court today. The new deadline will be March 31 instead of December 31, and a notification for this will be issued tomorrow, the court was told. The Unique Identific...

  • After Diluting Liquor Ban, Kerala Raises Age Bar For Drinking To 23 Years

    After Diluting Liquor Ban, Kerala Raises Age Bar For Drinking To 23 Years

    The legal age for drinking will now be 23 years instead of 21 years, the Kerala government has said. The Left-led government of Pinari Vijayan has passed an Ordinance, raising the age bar for drinking to curb the problem of alcoholism in the state, which has been sent to the Governor P Sathasivam for clearance.

  • Shootout Between Alleged Cattle Smugglers, Police In Rajasthan's Alwar, Man dead

    Shootout Between Alleged Cattle Smugglers, Police In Rajasthan's Alwar, Man dead

    A man died in Rajasthan's Alwar during a shootout with a gang of cattle smugglers, the police have said. The shootout took place early this morning after the police tried to catch the men, who were on a Tata pick-up truck.

  • Deadline For Linking Aadhaar To Be Extended To March 31. Conditions Apply

    Deadline For Linking Aadhaar To Be Extended To March 31. Conditions Apply

    The deadline to link Aadhaar with bank accounts and various government schemes will be pushed back from December 31 to March 31, the government has told the Supreme Court today. The extension, however, will apply only to those who do not have the Unique Identification Number yet.

  • "Gujarat Poll Has Turned Rahul Gandhi Into A Leader": Shiv Sena

    "Gujarat Poll Has Turned Rahul Gandhi Into A Leader": Shiv Sena

    Shiv Sena, the ally of BJP at the state and the centre, today said Gujarat elections have "turned Rahul Gandhi into a leader" and the BJP should have a "big heart to accept this". The praise for Mr Gandhi was combined with a comment that was not too flattering for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has launched numerous attacks on the Congress leade...

  • Rahul Gandhi A 'Devotee' Of Babar And 'Kin' Of Alauddin Khilji, Says BJP

    Rahul Gandhi A 'Devotee' Of Babar And 'Kin' Of Alauddin Khilji, Says BJP

    The BJP censure for Rahul Gandhi -- who is set to be the Congress president -- over the hearing of Ayodhya Ram temple case in Supreme Court turned harsh on Monday with sharp comments from various party leaders. While party chief Amit Shah demanded that Rahul Gandhi spell out his stand, its spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao, accused him of being "kin" ...

  • Junaid Khan Lynching: High Court Turns Down Plea For CBI Probe

    Junaid Khan Lynching: High Court Turns Down Plea For CBI Probe

    The Punjab and Haryana High Court today, ordered a stay in the proceedings of 15-year-old Junaid Khan's murder trial which has been going on in the Faridabad sessions court. The stay was ordered after Junaid's father, Jalaluddin, filed a petition at the Punjab and Haryana High court seeking a CBI inquiry on December 2.

  • Khakra, Pickles, Moongfali: Rahul Gandhi Allows A Peep Into His Kitchen

    Khakra, Pickles, Moongfali: Rahul Gandhi Allows A Peep Into His Kitchen

    Cyclone Ochki may have poured cold water on the campaigning in Gujarat, which is to end soon in areas that are going to polls on Saturday. But amid it, Rahul Gandhi had a curious complaint -- one redolent with the heartwarming flavours of Gujarat.

  • Cyclone Ockhi Pours Cold Water On Poll Campaign In Gujarat

    Cyclone Ockhi Pours Cold Water On Poll Campaign In Gujarat

    The Cyclone Ochki, which is expected to settle near Surat by midnight, has come as a dampener amid the elections heat in Gujarat. Nearly half-a-dozen rallies by star campaigners from both sides, scheduled for today and tomorrow, had to be cancelled. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose rally at Surat tomorrow was cancelled as well, asked senior part...

  • Staff Of Another Kolkata School Arrested For Alleged Sex Abuse Of 3-Year-Old

    Staff Of Another Kolkata School Arrested For Alleged Sex Abuse Of 3-Year-Old

    Protests by parents in Kolkata continued as the staff member of another school was arrested last night in connection with the sexual assault on another student. Manoj, the staff member of MP Birla Foundation Higher Secondary School, had allegedly sexually abused a three-year-old child twice -- in June and September.

  • On Jayalalithaa's Death Anniversary, Thousands Hold Silent March To Her Memorial

    On Jayalalithaa's Death Anniversary, Thousands Hold Silent March To Her Memorial

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami and his deputy O Pannerselvam paid tribute to former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on her first death anniversary today. Clad in black, the two led a silent march of nearly 50,000 party workers and ardent fans from Anna Salai to Jayalalithaa's mausoleum on Marina beach. Blocking the beach road for around two ...

  • Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    A British court was told on Monday that tycoon Vijay Mallya has a case of fraud to answer in India and he should be sent back to stand trial. In the next eight hearings, which will end on December 14, the court will be asked to decide whether to extradite the 61-year-old.

  • Sharad Yadav's Rajya Sabha Membership Cancelled After JD(U) Petition

    Sharad Yadav's Rajya Sabha Membership Cancelled After JD(U) Petition

    Sharad Yadav, who had opposed Nitish Kumar's decision to ally with the BJP and split Bihar's ruling Janata Dal United, was disqualified from Rajya Sabha today. Following a petition from the JD(U), Rajya Sabha chairman Venkaiah Naidu terminated his membership from the upper house of parliament with immediate effect.

  • "Don't Teach Me How To Run My Airport": Delhi Airport Authority To IndiGo

    "Don't Teach Me How To Run My Airport": Delhi Airport Authority To IndiGo

    IndiGo Airlines, which has objected to the shifting part of its operations at the Delhi airport, got a sharp reprimand from the Airport authority DIAL today.

  • 'Reluctant' Tag Gone, Rahul Gandhi Set To Take Over Congress

    'Reluctant' Tag Gone, Rahul Gandhi Set To Take Over Congress

    Tasked with helping the party counter the BJP's election strategy of leveraging its cadres to gather support at the booth level, Congressman Kuldip Sharma heads a small, low-profile team that works out of the third floor of the Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan on Ahmedabad's Paldi Road.

  • Schools Shut In Mumbai, Parts Of Maharashtra As Cyclone Ockhi Nears: 10 Facts

    Schools Shut In Mumbai, Parts Of Maharashtra As Cyclone Ockhi Nears: 10 Facts

    Rains started in Mumbai this afternoon as Cyclone Ockhi, after causing devastation in Kerala, crept towards the Maharashtra-Gujarat coast. The meteorological office predicts that it will weaken before it hits and settle over Gulf of Kambhat near Surat as a deep depression by Tuesday night. Schools in four districts of Maharashtra, and the Mumbai Me...

  • Vijay Mallya's Extradition Trial Begins In London Court After Fire Alarm Hiccup

    Vijay Mallya's Extradition Trial Begins In London Court After Fire Alarm Hiccup

    Tycoon Vijay Mallya appeared before a court in London today that will decide whether he would be extradited to India to stand trial for fraud and money laundering. The 61-year-old, who arrived with a team carrying four large boxes of evidence, stuck to his "not guilty" stance.

  • Principal, Accused Of Sex Assault On 7-Year-Old, Offers Shocking Defence

    Principal, Accused Of Sex Assault On 7-Year-Old, Offers Shocking Defence

    A school principal in Jharkhand, arrested for sexually assaulting a seven-year-old, has admitted the crime in front of the media, but brushed it off as a mistake and that too a small one, since there was "no intercourse".

  • Praised By PM, Congress Rebel Shehzad Poonawalla Talks Of Secret Tape

    Praised By PM, Congress Rebel Shehzad Poonawalla Talks Of Secret Tape

    Shehzad Poonawalla -- the Congress leader who called the party's internal polls to elect its chief "rigged" -- on Sunday found support from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who lauded him and used his claims to hit out at the Congress.

  • Maharashtra, Gujarat On Alert As Cyclone Ockhi Heads For Coast: 10 Points

    Maharashtra, Gujarat On Alert As Cyclone Ockhi Heads For Coast: 10 Points

    The Cyclone Ockhi, which has lost some of its intensity, is expected to make landfall on the coast of Maharashtra within the next 48 hours. The scale of cyclone forecast has been reduced from 'very severe' to 'severe' for today. The search and rescue operations in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, which bore the brunt of the winds and rain over the weekend, s...

  • "People Versus BJP": Hardik Patel's Take On Gujarat Assembly Elections

    "People Versus BJP": Hardik Patel's Take On Gujarat Assembly Elections

    Leader of Patidar agitation Hardik Patel said the huge turnout for his mega roadshow in Surat was a reflection of the people's anger against the BJP. Calling the coming elections a "people versus the BJP" battle, he said it should be a "people's victory, not someone's defeat".

  • "Practice Democracy In Your Own Home," PM Modi Tells Congress: 10 Points

    "Practice Democracy In Your Own Home," PM Modi Tells Congress: 10 Points

    Boosted by the BJP victory in the civic polls in Uttar Pradesh and the upturn in the nation's economic growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today suggested a repeat in assembly polls in Gujarat where his party, the BJP, has ruled for 22 straight years. "We saw what happened there in the local elections. Congress was wiped out. UP knows the Congress...

  • Barack Obama In Delhi Today, Meeting With PM Modi Expected

    Barack Obama In Delhi Today, Meeting With PM Modi Expected

    Former US President Barack Obama, who is in Delhi today for a townhall for the Obama Foundation, is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the visit. The two leaders had developed a warm rapport during Mr Obama's tenure as the President.

  • "My Daadi Was Shiv Bhakt, Won't Do Politics Over Religion": Rahul Gandhi

    "My <i>Daadi</i> Was <i>Shiv Bhakt</i>, Won't Do Politics Over Religion": Rahul Gandhi

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has said BJP workers had deliberately entered his name on a register meant for non-Hindu visitors at Gujarat's Somnath temple and accused the ruling party of using religion for political gains. As snapshots of the register entry triggered a storm on Twitter on Wednesday, leaders of Gujarat BJP had jeered, saying...

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