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'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Ians ' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Goa Memo Suggests Chief Minister Parrikar Back On June 18, BJP Denies It

    Goa Memo Suggests Chief Minister Parrikar Back On June 18, BJP Denies It

    A memo by Goa's home department that mentioned Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, who's undergoing treatment in the US, would be present at an event on June 18 in the costal state, has been denied by the BJP. The memorandum mentions the schedule of the event, Revolution Day, at the Martyr's Memorial in Panaji where the chief minister would arrive.

  • Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Set To Rise From Monday

    Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Set To Rise From Monday

    Delhi is likely to see rain and dust storm today evening, though the intensity will be low, the weather office has said. It is going to be a hot day too, with maximum temperature at 42 degree Celsius

  • Man Who Allegedly Raped Andhra Girl, 9, May Have Killed Himself: Cops

    Man Who Allegedly Raped Andhra Girl, 9, May Have Killed Himself: Cops

    The accused in the rape of a nine-year-old girl in Andhra Pradesh's Guntur district may have killed himself, the police said on Thursday. The 50-year-old rickshaw-puller was seen going towards Krishna river, and reportedly told a man that he wanted to kill himself, Director General of Police M Malakondaiah said

  • Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Falls Below Season's Average

    Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Falls Below Season's Average

    People in the national capital got some respite from the searing heat after the temperature fell by over 2 degree Celsius on Tuesday. The maximum temperature was 37.6 degree Celsius, a notch below the season's average, the weather office said

  • What About Doklam, Asks Congress As PM Modi Meets Xi In China

    What About Doklam, Asks Congress As PM Modi Meets Xi In China

    The Congress party today threw some questions at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on what he intends to discuss with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the two-day informal summit in China. One of the questions raised by the Congress is on last year's Doklam crisis. Congress communications in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted that PM Modi is "incapab...

  • Lucknow Teacher Alleges Molestation, Tries To Self-Immolate Near Assembly

    Lucknow Teacher Alleges Molestation, Tries To Self-Immolate Near Assembly

    A teacher tried to set herself on fire in front of the assembly building in Lucknow today, alleging that the principal of her school had molested her and the police were not taking her complaint. The woman said she had also gone to the 5, Kalidas Marg residence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to raise the matter, but no one there heard her.

  • 6 Lakh Students To Write Class 12 Economics Re-Test Tomorrow

    6 Lakh Students To Write Class 12 Economics Re-Test Tomorrow

    Some six lakh students across the country will re-take the CBSE Class 12 Economics paper tomorrow, after the paper was cancelled following a paper leak scandal in March. The re-tests will be held at 4,000 centres across India

  • These Are BJP's "Star Campaigners" For Karnataka Election

    These Are BJP's "Star Campaigners" For Karnataka Election

    The BJP will deploy some 40 "star campaigners" including Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Karnataka ahead of the assembly election on May 12, the party has told the state's top election officer

  • 10 Lakh Trees Spared The Axe With Railways' "World's Largest" Online Test

    10 Lakh Trees Spared The Axe With Railways' "World's Largest" Online Test

    Ten lakh trees have been spared the axe. Thanks to the Indian Railways for taking its recruitment process online. The move has saved at least 7.5 crore sheets of paper, or the equivalent of 10 lakh trees needed to make paper, a senior railway ministry officer said. Some 2.37 crore people had applied against 88,000 railway posts

  • "What Can We Do? We Are Very Small People," Says Judge Loya's Brother

    "What Can We Do? We Are Very Small People," Says Judge Loya's Brother

    The brother of judge BH Loya has expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's ruling that rejected petitions seeking an independent probe into his death. "We have nothing to say... Whatever has happened, has happened. What can we do now?" said Srinivas Loya, who lives in Latur.

  • Missing Indian Woman Pilgrim In Pak Converts To Islam, Remarries: Report

    Missing Indian Woman Pilgrim In Pak Converts To Islam, Remarries: Report

    A Sikh woman, Kiran Bala, from Punjab's Hoshiarpur who had gone to Pakistan on a pilgrimage has reportedly converted to Islam and married a Lahore-based Pakistani national, her family has said. Her father-in-law Tarsem Singh alleged today that his daughter-in-law could have fallen into the hands of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI, and...

  • After A Smoggy Winter, Delhi Awaits 40-Degree-Celsius Days

    After A Smoggy Winter, Delhi Awaits 40-Degree-Celsius Days

    After a chilly, smoggy winter that spiked pollution levels, people in the national capital are likely to experience a hot summer with temperature expected to reach 40 degree Celsius

  • Karnataka Cop Quit After Spat With Minister. Now, She'll Fight Elections

    Karnataka Cop Quit After Spat With Minister. Now, She'll Fight Elections

    She quit the police two years ago with a Facebook post over alleged interference in her work by a minister in Karnataka. Now she has returned with her own political party, whose symbol the lady's finger or bhindi was approved by the Election Commission in February. "I have entered politics, floated a party to contest the May 12 state assembly elect...

  • Dodging India Concerns, Chinese Envoy Says Belt And Road Not Solo Project

    Dodging India Concerns, Chinese Envoy Says Belt And Road Not Solo Project

    China has attempted to deflect India's direct concerns on the strategic One Belt, One Road (OBOR) project by attributing a large portion of the work that needs to be done to other Asian nations -- and not only to itself

  • "Parents In Unclean Occupation?" Haryana Students Allegedly Asked In Form

    "Parents In Unclean Occupation?" Haryana Students Allegedly Asked In Form

    School admission forms that ask whether parents are "engaged in any unclean occupation" has generated shockwaves in Haryana. The 100-point form also asks whether parents have any genetic disorder, along with a long list.

'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Ians ' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Goa Memo Suggests Chief Minister Parrikar Back On June 18, BJP Denies It

    Goa Memo Suggests Chief Minister Parrikar Back On June 18, BJP Denies It

    A memo by Goa's home department that mentioned Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, who's undergoing treatment in the US, would be present at an event on June 18 in the costal state, has been denied by the BJP. The memorandum mentions the schedule of the event, Revolution Day, at the Martyr's Memorial in Panaji where the chief minister would arrive.

  • Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Set To Rise From Monday

    Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Set To Rise From Monday

    Delhi is likely to see rain and dust storm today evening, though the intensity will be low, the weather office has said. It is going to be a hot day too, with maximum temperature at 42 degree Celsius

  • Man Who Allegedly Raped Andhra Girl, 9, May Have Killed Himself: Cops

    Man Who Allegedly Raped Andhra Girl, 9, May Have Killed Himself: Cops

    The accused in the rape of a nine-year-old girl in Andhra Pradesh's Guntur district may have killed himself, the police said on Thursday. The 50-year-old rickshaw-puller was seen going towards Krishna river, and reportedly told a man that he wanted to kill himself, Director General of Police M Malakondaiah said

  • Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Falls Below Season's Average

    Rain Likely In Delhi Today, Temperature Falls Below Season's Average

    People in the national capital got some respite from the searing heat after the temperature fell by over 2 degree Celsius on Tuesday. The maximum temperature was 37.6 degree Celsius, a notch below the season's average, the weather office said

  • What About Doklam, Asks Congress As PM Modi Meets Xi In China

    What About Doklam, Asks Congress As PM Modi Meets Xi In China

    The Congress party today threw some questions at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on what he intends to discuss with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the two-day informal summit in China. One of the questions raised by the Congress is on last year's Doklam crisis. Congress communications in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted that PM Modi is "incapab...

  • Lucknow Teacher Alleges Molestation, Tries To Self-Immolate Near Assembly

    Lucknow Teacher Alleges Molestation, Tries To Self-Immolate Near Assembly

    A teacher tried to set herself on fire in front of the assembly building in Lucknow today, alleging that the principal of her school had molested her and the police were not taking her complaint. The woman said she had also gone to the 5, Kalidas Marg residence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to raise the matter, but no one there heard her.

  • 6 Lakh Students To Write Class 12 Economics Re-Test Tomorrow

    6 Lakh Students To Write Class 12 Economics Re-Test Tomorrow

    Some six lakh students across the country will re-take the CBSE Class 12 Economics paper tomorrow, after the paper was cancelled following a paper leak scandal in March. The re-tests will be held at 4,000 centres across India

  • These Are BJP's "Star Campaigners" For Karnataka Election

    These Are BJP's "Star Campaigners" For Karnataka Election

    The BJP will deploy some 40 "star campaigners" including Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Karnataka ahead of the assembly election on May 12, the party has told the state's top election officer

  • 10 Lakh Trees Spared The Axe With Railways' "World's Largest" Online Test

    10 Lakh Trees Spared The Axe With Railways' "World's Largest" Online Test

    Ten lakh trees have been spared the axe. Thanks to the Indian Railways for taking its recruitment process online. The move has saved at least 7.5 crore sheets of paper, or the equivalent of 10 lakh trees needed to make paper, a senior railway ministry officer said. Some 2.37 crore people had applied against 88,000 railway posts

  • "What Can We Do? We Are Very Small People," Says Judge Loya's Brother

    "What Can We Do? We Are Very Small People," Says Judge Loya's Brother

    The brother of judge BH Loya has expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's ruling that rejected petitions seeking an independent probe into his death. "We have nothing to say... Whatever has happened, has happened. What can we do now?" said Srinivas Loya, who lives in Latur.

  • Missing Indian Woman Pilgrim In Pak Converts To Islam, Remarries: Report

    Missing Indian Woman Pilgrim In Pak Converts To Islam, Remarries: Report

    A Sikh woman, Kiran Bala, from Punjab's Hoshiarpur who had gone to Pakistan on a pilgrimage has reportedly converted to Islam and married a Lahore-based Pakistani national, her family has said. Her father-in-law Tarsem Singh alleged today that his daughter-in-law could have fallen into the hands of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI, and...

  • After A Smoggy Winter, Delhi Awaits 40-Degree-Celsius Days

    After A Smoggy Winter, Delhi Awaits 40-Degree-Celsius Days

    After a chilly, smoggy winter that spiked pollution levels, people in the national capital are likely to experience a hot summer with temperature expected to reach 40 degree Celsius

  • Karnataka Cop Quit After Spat With Minister. Now, She'll Fight Elections

    Karnataka Cop Quit After Spat With Minister. Now, She'll Fight Elections

    She quit the police two years ago with a Facebook post over alleged interference in her work by a minister in Karnataka. Now she has returned with her own political party, whose symbol the lady's finger or bhindi was approved by the Election Commission in February. "I have entered politics, floated a party to contest the May 12 state assembly elect...

  • Dodging India Concerns, Chinese Envoy Says Belt And Road Not Solo Project

    Dodging India Concerns, Chinese Envoy Says Belt And Road Not Solo Project

    China has attempted to deflect India's direct concerns on the strategic One Belt, One Road (OBOR) project by attributing a large portion of the work that needs to be done to other Asian nations -- and not only to itself

  • "Parents In Unclean Occupation?" Haryana Students Allegedly Asked In Form

    "Parents In Unclean Occupation?" Haryana Students Allegedly Asked In Form

    School admission forms that ask whether parents are "engaged in any unclean occupation" has generated shockwaves in Haryana. The 100-point form also asks whether parents have any genetic disorder, along with a long list.

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