Debjani Chatterjee


'Debjani Chatterjee' - 32 News Result(s)

  • BSF Jawan, 17-Year-Old Girl Die In Pakistani Firing In RS Pura Sector Of Jammu

    BSF Jawan, 17-Year-Old Girl Die In Pakistani Firing In RS Pura Sector Of Jammu

    A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the International Border in RS Pura sector of Jammu and Kashmir late last night.

  • Class 8 Student Of Saharanpur Claims He Knows Tables Upto 20 Crore

    Class 8 Student Of Saharanpur Claims He Knows Tables Upto 20 Crore

    This number may intimidate the best of us but not this Class 8 student from Uttar Pradesh. Chirag Singh, studying in a local school in Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur, claims he knows multiplication tables up to 20 crore, which, in numbers, looks like this - 20,00,00,000.

  • Former Judge Quddusi Seeks Probe Into Phone Tap Leak In Medical Scam Case

    Former Judge Quddusi Seeks Probe Into Phone Tap Leak In Medical Scam Case

    Controversial former judge IM Quddusi has asked a trial court in Delhi to investigate the leak of transcripts of phone conversations between him and two other accused in the medical college bribery scam. The former Orissa High Court judge is out on bail after his arrest last year in connection with allegations of bribing judges.

  • Producers Of Padmaavat Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    Producers Of <i>Padmaavat</i> Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    The producers of Padmaavat have moved Supreme Court after six states have said they will not allow the film to be released. The top court has agreed to hear the plea of producers. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud considered the submission of producer's counsel that the matter be heard urgent...

  • Banquet Hall In Jaipur Reduced To Ashes, Mayor Orders Probe

    Banquet Hall In Jaipur Reduced To Ashes, Mayor Orders Probe

    A popular upmarket entertainment park and banquet hall was reduced to ashes within 20 minutes in the heart of Jaipur this afternoon. Police officials have told NDTV that a "major tragedy was averted as it was morning hours and only a few people were present."

  • Mumbai Couple Want To Die, Write To President

    Mumbai Couple Want To Die, Write To President

    An elderly couple from Mumbai has written a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind seeking permission for "active euthanasia", which involves knowingly doing something to let the person die. In the letter, 86-year-old Narayan Lavate, said that he does not have children and they don't suffer from any major health problem, but "we are of no use to the ...

  • MM Kalburgi's Wife Wants SIT Probe, Supreme Court's Notice To Centre, State

    MM Kalburgi's Wife Wants SIT Probe, Supreme Court's Notice To Centre, State

    Professor Kalburgi's wife wants a Special Investigation Team to probe the murder of her husband. The Sahitya Akademi award winner writer and rationalist's wife Uma Devi has petitioned the Supreme Court seeking a special probe. The top court has issued a notice to Karnataka, Centre and the National Investigative Agency on setting up a Special Invest...

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Mukul Jain Missing, CCTV Shows Him Leaving Campus

    Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Mukul Jain Missing, CCTV Shows Him Leaving Campus

    Mukul Jain, a student of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has been missing from campus since Monday. Police are looking for him and a missing persons complaint has been filed.

  • Massive Fire On 4 Coaches Of Patna-Mokama Passenger Train; No One Was Injured

    Massive Fire On 4 Coaches Of Patna-Mokama Passenger Train; No One Was Injured

    Flames engulfed four coaches of Patna-Mokama passenger train last night; no one was injured in the fire. The train was stationed at Mokama railway yard, 90 kilometers east of Patna, when fire was spotted in two coaches at 1 am, the Railways spokesperson said. He added that an attempt was made to extinguish the fire but unfortunately it spread to tw...

  • Srinagar At Minus 6 Degrees For Third Straight Day, Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar At Minus 6 Degrees For Third Straight Day, Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar saw the coldest night of the season at minus 6.2 degrees Celsius. Today was the third straight day when the minimum temperature settled at minus 6 degrees or lower in Srinagar city. The entire Jammu and Kashmir is freezing as temperatures have been hovering at subzero levels for the whole of last week.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Blames Lt Governor For Delhi's Cold Wave Deaths

    Arvind Kejriwal Blames Lt Governor For Delhi's Cold Wave Deaths

    Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, today targeted Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal over deaths due to severe cold in Delhi. Referring to reports of 44 deaths in the capital this winter, Mr Kejriwal accused the Lt Governor of appointing, without consulting his government, a "useless officer" to head an urban shelter scheme.

  • What The Supreme Court Said On Section 377: Here's A Look

    What The Supreme Court Said On Section 377: Here's A Look

    The Supreme Court of India has referred a plea seeking decriminalisation of gay sex between two consenting adults to larger bench. A top court bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said the issue arising out of section 377 of the Indian Penal Code required to be debated upon by a larger bench. Se...

  • Corporators From BJP, Mayawati's Party Clash In Meerut Over Vande Mataram

    Corporators From BJP, Mayawati's Party Clash In Meerut Over Vande Mataram

    The first meeting of the newly elected mayor and corporators in western Uttar Pradesh's Meerut saw chaos and confusion over the national song 'Vande Mataram'. The meeting began with the song being played on tape when Muslim corporators from both the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the Samajwadi Party (SP), walked out and soon after Bhartiya Janta Pa...

  • Delhi Shivers At 5 Degrees Celsius, Intense Cold, Icy Winds Grip North India

    Delhi Shivers At 5 Degrees Celsius, Intense Cold, Icy Winds Grip North India

    The National Capital Region woke up to a chilly and misty morning with the minimum temperature dipping to 5 degrees Celsius, which the meteorological department said, was two notches below the season's average. Severe cold wave is expected to continue for the next three days over Delhi, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. The weather office warned that...

  • At Minus 6 Degrees,Coldest Night In Srinagar; Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    At Minus 6 Degrees,Coldest Night In Srinagar; Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar is freezing at sub-zero temperatures and recorded the coldest night of the season at minus 6.1 degrees Celsius yesterday. Water froze in taps, causing a shortage of supply in parts of Srinagar as the temperature plunged in the Jammu and Kashmir capital and other cities.

'Debjani Chatterjee' - 32 News Result(s)

  • BSF Jawan, 17-Year-Old Girl Die In Pakistani Firing In RS Pura Sector Of Jammu

    BSF Jawan, 17-Year-Old Girl Die In Pakistani Firing In RS Pura Sector Of Jammu

    A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was killed in firing by Pakistani troops along the International Border in RS Pura sector of Jammu and Kashmir late last night.

  • Class 8 Student Of Saharanpur Claims He Knows Tables Upto 20 Crore

    Class 8 Student Of Saharanpur Claims He Knows Tables Upto 20 Crore

    This number may intimidate the best of us but not this Class 8 student from Uttar Pradesh. Chirag Singh, studying in a local school in Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur, claims he knows multiplication tables up to 20 crore, which, in numbers, looks like this - 20,00,00,000.

  • Former Judge Quddusi Seeks Probe Into Phone Tap Leak In Medical Scam Case

    Former Judge Quddusi Seeks Probe Into Phone Tap Leak In Medical Scam Case

    Controversial former judge IM Quddusi has asked a trial court in Delhi to investigate the leak of transcripts of phone conversations between him and two other accused in the medical college bribery scam. The former Orissa High Court judge is out on bail after his arrest last year in connection with allegations of bribing judges.

  • Producers Of Padmaavat Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    Producers Of <i>Padmaavat</i> Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    The producers of Padmaavat have moved Supreme Court after six states have said they will not allow the film to be released. The top court has agreed to hear the plea of producers. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud considered the submission of producer's counsel that the matter be heard urgent...

  • Banquet Hall In Jaipur Reduced To Ashes, Mayor Orders Probe

    Banquet Hall In Jaipur Reduced To Ashes, Mayor Orders Probe

    A popular upmarket entertainment park and banquet hall was reduced to ashes within 20 minutes in the heart of Jaipur this afternoon. Police officials have told NDTV that a "major tragedy was averted as it was morning hours and only a few people were present."

  • Mumbai Couple Want To Die, Write To President

    Mumbai Couple Want To Die, Write To President

    An elderly couple from Mumbai has written a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind seeking permission for "active euthanasia", which involves knowingly doing something to let the person die. In the letter, 86-year-old Narayan Lavate, said that he does not have children and they don't suffer from any major health problem, but "we are of no use to the ...

  • MM Kalburgi's Wife Wants SIT Probe, Supreme Court's Notice To Centre, State

    MM Kalburgi's Wife Wants SIT Probe, Supreme Court's Notice To Centre, State

    Professor Kalburgi's wife wants a Special Investigation Team to probe the murder of her husband. The Sahitya Akademi award winner writer and rationalist's wife Uma Devi has petitioned the Supreme Court seeking a special probe. The top court has issued a notice to Karnataka, Centre and the National Investigative Agency on setting up a Special Invest...

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Mukul Jain Missing, CCTV Shows Him Leaving Campus

    Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Mukul Jain Missing, CCTV Shows Him Leaving Campus

    Mukul Jain, a student of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has been missing from campus since Monday. Police are looking for him and a missing persons complaint has been filed.

  • Massive Fire On 4 Coaches Of Patna-Mokama Passenger Train; No One Was Injured

    Massive Fire On 4 Coaches Of Patna-Mokama Passenger Train; No One Was Injured

    Flames engulfed four coaches of Patna-Mokama passenger train last night; no one was injured in the fire. The train was stationed at Mokama railway yard, 90 kilometers east of Patna, when fire was spotted in two coaches at 1 am, the Railways spokesperson said. He added that an attempt was made to extinguish the fire but unfortunately it spread to tw...

  • Srinagar At Minus 6 Degrees For Third Straight Day, Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar At Minus 6 Degrees For Third Straight Day, Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar saw the coldest night of the season at minus 6.2 degrees Celsius. Today was the third straight day when the minimum temperature settled at minus 6 degrees or lower in Srinagar city. The entire Jammu and Kashmir is freezing as temperatures have been hovering at subzero levels for the whole of last week.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Blames Lt Governor For Delhi's Cold Wave Deaths

    Arvind Kejriwal Blames Lt Governor For Delhi's Cold Wave Deaths

    Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, today targeted Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal over deaths due to severe cold in Delhi. Referring to reports of 44 deaths in the capital this winter, Mr Kejriwal accused the Lt Governor of appointing, without consulting his government, a "useless officer" to head an urban shelter scheme.

  • What The Supreme Court Said On Section 377: Here's A Look

    What The Supreme Court Said On Section 377: Here's A Look

    The Supreme Court of India has referred a plea seeking decriminalisation of gay sex between two consenting adults to larger bench. A top court bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said the issue arising out of section 377 of the Indian Penal Code required to be debated upon by a larger bench. Se...

  • Corporators From BJP, Mayawati's Party Clash In Meerut Over Vande Mataram

    Corporators From BJP, Mayawati's Party Clash In Meerut Over Vande Mataram

    The first meeting of the newly elected mayor and corporators in western Uttar Pradesh's Meerut saw chaos and confusion over the national song 'Vande Mataram'. The meeting began with the song being played on tape when Muslim corporators from both the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the Samajwadi Party (SP), walked out and soon after Bhartiya Janta Pa...

  • Delhi Shivers At 5 Degrees Celsius, Intense Cold, Icy Winds Grip North India

    Delhi Shivers At 5 Degrees Celsius, Intense Cold, Icy Winds Grip North India

    The National Capital Region woke up to a chilly and misty morning with the minimum temperature dipping to 5 degrees Celsius, which the meteorological department said, was two notches below the season's average. Severe cold wave is expected to continue for the next three days over Delhi, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. The weather office warned that...

  • At Minus 6 Degrees,Coldest Night In Srinagar; Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    At Minus 6 Degrees,Coldest Night In Srinagar; Dal Lake Partially Frozen

    Srinagar is freezing at sub-zero temperatures and recorded the coldest night of the season at minus 6.1 degrees Celsius yesterday. Water froze in taps, causing a shortage of supply in parts of Srinagar as the temperature plunged in the Jammu and Kashmir capital and other cities.

  • 5 Supreme Court Judges to Decide If Women Can Be Punished For Adultery

    5 Supreme Court Judges to Decide If Women Can Be Punished For Adultery

    Whether women can be punished for adultery in India will be decided by a five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court. A 19th century criminal law provides for punishing only men, and not women, for adultery. Keeping in mind social progression, gender equity and sensitivity, earlier verdicts on this issue have to be revisited, the top court s...

  • Nitish Kumar Stops Action Against Men Who Waved Black Flags At Him

    Nitish Kumar Stops Action Against Men Who Waved Black Flags At Him

    Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar stopped policemen from going after a group of youngsters who waved black flags at him in a public meeting in Saharsa. The Chief Minister told the police, "What is wrong with the colour black? It's a fine shade." He asked the police to let the youths go saying, "Dissent must be allowed as it lends beauty to democ...

  • "Bypoll Win A Purchased One": Kamal Haasan Vs Dhinakaran

    "Bypoll Win A Purchased One": Kamal Haasan Vs Dhinakaran

    Actor Kamal Haasan, in a hard hitting column in a Tamil magazine, alleged that money power was behind TTV Dhinakaran's win in the RK Nagar bypoll. The actor criticised people for electing Dhinakaran saying, "They chose an independent highest bidder". The sidelined AIADMK leader hit out accusing Kamal Haasan of maligning voters.

  • Indian Railways All Set to install GPS-enabled anti-fog device

    Indian Railways All Set to install GPS-enabled anti-fog device

    As fog cripples North India, the Indian Railways today started installing GPS-enabled anti-fog devices to ensure safety and reduce train delays. The Chief Public Relations Officer of the Northern Railways, Nitin Chowdhary said, "We have used GPS technology in the device with a map of tracks, signals, stations and level crossing of Northern Railway...

  • On His Birthday, BSF Jawan Dies In Pak Firing, India Strongly Retaliates

    On His Birthday, BSF Jawan Dies In Pak Firing, India Strongly Retaliates

    A jawan of the Border Security Force (BSF) deployed in Samba sector of Jammu has died in firing by Pakistan. Around 4.15 pm today Pakistan targeted BSF troopers along the International Border. India strongly retaliated and heavy exchange of firing has been going on between the two sides in Samba and Hiranagar sectors.

  • Maharashtra Violence And The Battle Of Bhima Koregaon: A Backgrounder

    Maharashtra Violence And The Battle Of Bhima Koregaon: A Backgrounder

    The fault line between Marathas and Dalits in Maharashtra are once again exposed. Many say the violent protests since January 1 are a grim reminder of underlying Dalit oppression in the state. For decades, Dalits mark the victory of the Battle of Bhima Koregaon, that was fought on January 1, 1818 but this year they were opposed by 'right wing' grou...

  • "We Covered Our Nose With Shirts": 2 Men Saved 50 Lives In Mumbai Tragedy

    "We Covered Our Nose With Shirts": 2 Men Saved 50 Lives In Mumbai Tragedy

    As a fire ripped through a pub at Mumbai's Kamala Mills last night, killing 14 people, two young men made sure that the number of dead did not rise. Mahesh and Suraj Giri, who were in the next building, are believed to have saved over 50 people. Both work in the server room of a television station in the complex.

  • Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    Hitting An Enemy Missile With A Missile, Dramatic Video Of A Spectacular Direct Hit

    An interceptor missile streaks towards its target - a ballistic missile - Star Wars style, and scores a direct hit. NDTV has accessed footage of India's successful test on Thursday of an indigenous ballistic missile system. The missile was guided towards the incoming ballistic missile by a series of ground-based radars before activating its own see...

  • Indigo Passenger Bus Catches Fire At Chennai Airport, No One Injured

    Indigo Passenger Bus Catches Fire At Chennai Airport, No One Injured

    A passenger bus of the Indigo Airlines caught fire in Chennai airport this morning. The bus caught fire after dropping passengers on the tarmac. Fortunately no one is injured in the incident. Indigo has not issued a statement yet.

  • Mumbai Fire: Babul Supriyo Says His Daughter Was There Just Two Days Ago

    Mumbai Fire: Babul Supriyo Says His Daughter Was There Just Two Days Ago

    There is shock and outrage over the devastating fire in Kamala Mills building in Mumbai's Lower Parel. A busy office hub during the day and a swanky party spot in the evening, has been a hang out place for many. Union Minister Babul Supriyo tells NDTV, that he has spent 'half his life' there with Bollywood singers and friends.

  • Ready To Broker Peace Between Delhi Chief Minister, Lt Governor: Minister

    Ready To Broker Peace Between Delhi Chief Minister, Lt Governor: Minister

    Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri has a plan to help sort out issues between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal -- a lunch invitation. "Maybe, I will invite both of them for lunch and try and sort this out," Mr Puri said when Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha PJ Kurien asked him to...

  • A Huge Gap On The Busy Lajpat Nagar Flyover Threatens Commuters

    A Huge Gap On The Busy Lajpat Nagar Flyover Threatens Commuters

    A massive 10-inch gap has appeared on the Lajpat Nagar flyover that connects South Delhi to Noida. The Delhi Traffic Police tweeted an alert, asking commuters on two-wheelers to avoid the flyover.

  • 2008 Malegaon Blast: Sadhvi Pragya, Lt Colonel Purohit Discharged - A Timeline Of Investigation

    2008 Malegaon Blast: Sadhvi Pragya, Lt Colonel Purohit Discharged - A Timeline Of Investigation

    A special court of the National Investigative Agency (NIA) on Wednesday said Sadhvi Pragya and Lieutenant Colonel Srikant Purohit will not be charged under the tough Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act or MCOCA in the Malegaon blast case of 2008.

  • Lt Governor 'Trying To Protect A Corrupt System', Says Manish Sisodia

    Lt Governor 'Trying To Protect A Corrupt System', Says Manish Sisodia

    Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today stepped up his attack on Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, who has put the brakes on the Arvind Kejriwal government's big plans to deliver 40 services to people's doorstep.

  • Jayalalithaa Death Probe: Dhinakaran Asked To Submit Documents

    Jayalalithaa Death Probe: Dhinakaran Asked To Submit Documents

    Days after TTV Dhinakaran won the by-polls to RK Nagar, the constituency that has been vacant since J Jayalalithaa's death a year ago, an inquiry commission has asked him to furnish documents in connection with investigations into the former Chief Minister's treatment and death.

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