Anindita Sanyal With Pti Inputs


'Anindita Sanyal With Pti Inputs ' - 119 News Result(s)

  • Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University who were holding a protest near the India Gate regarding the failure of the authorities to trace a student who had gone missing last month, were detained by the police.

  • 8 Die, 10 Injured In Fire At Sivakasi Cracker Factory

    8 Die, 10 Injured In Fire At Sivakasi Cracker Factory

    Eight persons have died in a fire accident at Sivakasi, the huge cracker manufacturing hub in Tamil Nadu. Ten persons have been injured in the accident this afternoon.

  • Searches Start In Pathankot As Men In Army Fatigues Raise Suspicion

    Searches Start In Pathankot As Men In Army Fatigues Raise Suspicion

    Pathankot, where a terror attack claimed the lives of 7 military personnel in January, is on alert as police received reports that four suspicious men in army fatigues have been seen in the area. A massive search operation is on, during which the police found an army uniform, caps and belts dumped near some bushes.

  • Surge Pricing For Train Tickets Starts Today; Will Be Reviewed, Says Railways

    Surge Pricing For Train Tickets Starts Today; Will Be Reviewed, Says Railways

    The clarification by the Indian Railways -- that surge pricing for premier trains like Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto is being done on an experimental basis -- appears to signal a rethink after criticism, including by leaders like Congress's Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Jaipur's Aman Bansal Tops In IIT-JEE Advanced Exam

    Jaipur's Aman Bansal Tops In IIT-JEE Advanced Exam

    Jaipur stood tall today with two young men from the city topping the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) for engineering for 2016. Aman Bansal came first and Kunal Goyal, third in the results, which were declared today.

  • AgustaWestland, Vijay Mallya Cases Fast Tracked With Special Probe Team

    AgustaWestland, Vijay Mallya Cases Fast Tracked With Special Probe Team

    A special team has been formed to investigate the AgustaWestland case and the one against Vijay Mallya by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • Muslim Women Want Triple Talaq Out, 50,000 Sign Petition

    Muslim Women Want Triple Talaq Out, 50,000 Sign Petition

    Members of a women's rights group have sought the support of the National Commission for Women (NCW) to abolish the practice of 'triple talaq', terming it as an "un-Quranic" practice.

  • Rain, Thunderstorm In Delhi Bring Down Temperature To 33 Degrees Celsius

    Rain, Thunderstorm In Delhi Bring Down Temperature To 33 Degrees Celsius

    Delhi and its surrounding areas witnessed a thunderstorm and heavy rains this afternoon, which brought some respite from the heat wave that has been sweeping north India and other parts of the country

  • Five Newborns, 2 Other Children Die In Ajmer's Government Hospital

    Five Newborns, 2 Other Children Die In Ajmer's Government Hospital

    Seven children have died at a government hospital in Ajmer (Rajasthan). The families have alleged negligence by doctors.

  • Parched Latur Gets A Rs 4-Crore Bill From Railways For Water Trains

    Parched Latur Gets A Rs 4-Crore Bill From Railways For Water Trains

    After ferrying water to Maharashtra's Latur for a month, the railways has presented a bill of Rs 4 crore to the district collector. The railways claim they sent the bill following a request by the administration.

  • After Day's Tension, Trupti Desai Turned Away From Mumbai's Haji Ali Dargah

    After Day's Tension, Trupti Desai Turned Away From Mumbai's Haji Ali Dargah

    Rights activist Trupti Desai's efforts to enter Mumbai's Haji Ali dargah were foiled by policemen and locals this evening. The activist -- who had successfully campaigned against the ban on women entering the Maharashtra's Shani Shingnapur temple -- had planned to enter the dargah, one of the foremost Muslim shrines, which does not allow women in i...

  • RK Pachauri Exits TERI, Cites Interest In Activities At Global Level

    RK Pachauri Exits TERI, Cites Interest In Activities At Global Level

    Noted environmentalist RK Pachauri, who has been accused of sexual harassment by his former women colleagues, has stepped down as a member of the Governing Council of TERI.

  • Mercedes Hit-And-Run: Accused Teenager Surrenders, Sent To Correction Home

    Mercedes Hit-And-Run: Accused Teenager Surrenders, Sent To Correction Home

    The Class 12 student who had allegedly run over a 32-year-old man with his father's Mercedes in north Delhi's Civil Lines last week, surrendered to the police on Sunday and was sent to a juvenile justice home. He will be produced before the Juvenile Justice Board on Monday.

  • Information Leak Could Have Led to Chhattisgarh Maoist Attack, Says CRPF

    Information Leak Could Have Led to Chhattisgarh Maoist Attack, Says CRPF

    A day after a powerful landmine blast killed seven of its men in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada, the Central Reserve Police Forces said it is likely that information about the troop movement had leaked out. A hunt is on for the mole who could be from "within or outside" the paramilitary forces.

  • 'Make In India' Push Fuels Price Rise Fear For 74 Vital Medicines

    'Make In India' Push Fuels Price Rise Fear For 74 Vital Medicines

    At least 74 drugs -- including life-saving ones used to treat cancer and HIV and haemophilia -- will see a sharp rise in prices as the government has withdrawn customs duty exemption on their imports in a move, some say, that's meant to boost the Make in India programme.

'Anindita Sanyal With Pti Inputs ' - 119 News Result(s)

  • Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Police Manhandle, Detain Missing JNU Student's Mother During Protest In Delhi

    Students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University who were holding a protest near the India Gate regarding the failure of the authorities to trace a student who had gone missing last month, were detained by the police.

  • 8 Die, 10 Injured In Fire At Sivakasi Cracker Factory

    8 Die, 10 Injured In Fire At Sivakasi Cracker Factory

    Eight persons have died in a fire accident at Sivakasi, the huge cracker manufacturing hub in Tamil Nadu. Ten persons have been injured in the accident this afternoon.

  • Searches Start In Pathankot As Men In Army Fatigues Raise Suspicion

    Searches Start In Pathankot As Men In Army Fatigues Raise Suspicion

    Pathankot, where a terror attack claimed the lives of 7 military personnel in January, is on alert as police received reports that four suspicious men in army fatigues have been seen in the area. A massive search operation is on, during which the police found an army uniform, caps and belts dumped near some bushes.

  • Surge Pricing For Train Tickets Starts Today; Will Be Reviewed, Says Railways

    Surge Pricing For Train Tickets Starts Today; Will Be Reviewed, Says Railways

    The clarification by the Indian Railways -- that surge pricing for premier trains like Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto is being done on an experimental basis -- appears to signal a rethink after criticism, including by leaders like Congress's Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Jaipur's Aman Bansal Tops In IIT-JEE Advanced Exam

    Jaipur's Aman Bansal Tops In IIT-JEE Advanced Exam

    Jaipur stood tall today with two young men from the city topping the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) for engineering for 2016. Aman Bansal came first and Kunal Goyal, third in the results, which were declared today.

  • AgustaWestland, Vijay Mallya Cases Fast Tracked With Special Probe Team

    AgustaWestland, Vijay Mallya Cases Fast Tracked With Special Probe Team

    A special team has been formed to investigate the AgustaWestland case and the one against Vijay Mallya by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

  • Muslim Women Want Triple Talaq Out, 50,000 Sign Petition

    Muslim Women Want Triple Talaq Out, 50,000 Sign Petition

    Members of a women's rights group have sought the support of the National Commission for Women (NCW) to abolish the practice of 'triple talaq', terming it as an "un-Quranic" practice.

  • Rain, Thunderstorm In Delhi Bring Down Temperature To 33 Degrees Celsius

    Rain, Thunderstorm In Delhi Bring Down Temperature To 33 Degrees Celsius

    Delhi and its surrounding areas witnessed a thunderstorm and heavy rains this afternoon, which brought some respite from the heat wave that has been sweeping north India and other parts of the country

  • Five Newborns, 2 Other Children Die In Ajmer's Government Hospital

    Five Newborns, 2 Other Children Die In Ajmer's Government Hospital

    Seven children have died at a government hospital in Ajmer (Rajasthan). The families have alleged negligence by doctors.

  • Parched Latur Gets A Rs 4-Crore Bill From Railways For Water Trains

    Parched Latur Gets A Rs 4-Crore Bill From Railways For Water Trains

    After ferrying water to Maharashtra's Latur for a month, the railways has presented a bill of Rs 4 crore to the district collector. The railways claim they sent the bill following a request by the administration.

  • After Day's Tension, Trupti Desai Turned Away From Mumbai's Haji Ali Dargah

    After Day's Tension, Trupti Desai Turned Away From Mumbai's Haji Ali Dargah

    Rights activist Trupti Desai's efforts to enter Mumbai's Haji Ali dargah were foiled by policemen and locals this evening. The activist -- who had successfully campaigned against the ban on women entering the Maharashtra's Shani Shingnapur temple -- had planned to enter the dargah, one of the foremost Muslim shrines, which does not allow women in i...

  • RK Pachauri Exits TERI, Cites Interest In Activities At Global Level

    RK Pachauri Exits TERI, Cites Interest In Activities At Global Level

    Noted environmentalist RK Pachauri, who has been accused of sexual harassment by his former women colleagues, has stepped down as a member of the Governing Council of TERI.

  • Mercedes Hit-And-Run: Accused Teenager Surrenders, Sent To Correction Home

    Mercedes Hit-And-Run: Accused Teenager Surrenders, Sent To Correction Home

    The Class 12 student who had allegedly run over a 32-year-old man with his father's Mercedes in north Delhi's Civil Lines last week, surrendered to the police on Sunday and was sent to a juvenile justice home. He will be produced before the Juvenile Justice Board on Monday.

  • Information Leak Could Have Led to Chhattisgarh Maoist Attack, Says CRPF

    Information Leak Could Have Led to Chhattisgarh Maoist Attack, Says CRPF

    A day after a powerful landmine blast killed seven of its men in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada, the Central Reserve Police Forces said it is likely that information about the troop movement had leaked out. A hunt is on for the mole who could be from "within or outside" the paramilitary forces.

  • 'Make In India' Push Fuels Price Rise Fear For 74 Vital Medicines

    'Make In India' Push Fuels Price Rise Fear For 74 Vital Medicines

    At least 74 drugs -- including life-saving ones used to treat cancer and HIV and haemophilia -- will see a sharp rise in prices as the government has withdrawn customs duty exemption on their imports in a move, some say, that's meant to boost the Make in India programme.

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