Debjani Chatterjee


'Debjani Chatterjee' - 201 News Result(s)

  • Villagers Tied Her To A Pole And Beat Her, She Supported Distressed Women

    Villagers Tied Her To A Pole And Beat Her, She Supported Distressed Women

    A woman leading a local self-help group, supporting distressed women, was allegedly tied up by villagers and thrashed in Odisha's Balasore district. Satyabhama Behera, president of the local group, was tied to an electric pole and allegedly attacked by locals, said the police

  • In Pathankot, Security Stepped Up After Suspected Terrorist Movement

    In Pathankot, Security Stepped Up After Suspected Terrorist Movement

    Security has been stepped up and search operations are being carried out around the border localities of Punjab, particularly in Pathankot district, after reports of suspected terrorist movement in the area. Acting on a tip off, early on Thursday morning, security forces spread out in large numbers and searched various locations in the region

  • IIT-Kanpur Student Hung Himself In Hostel, Ripped-Up Suicide Note Found

    IIT-Kanpur Student Hung Himself In Hostel, Ripped-Up Suicide Note Found

    A third year Ph.D student of IIT, Kanpur, has allegedly committed suicide on Wednesday, by hanging himself from the ceiling fan in his hostel room. A letter, torn into pieces, have been found in his room.

  • Lawmakers With Cases Of Crimes Against Women: Delhi-Based Thinktank's Report

    Lawmakers With Cases Of Crimes Against Women: Delhi-Based Thinktank's Report

    In the backdrop of nationwide shock and outrage over the Kathua, Unnao and Surat rape cases, an analysis in the Association for Democratic Reforms Report (ADR), 2017, says 33 per cent of the lawmakers in states and elected leaders in Lok Sabha are facing cases related to crimes against women

  • Woman Cop Stopped 2 Bikers For No Helmets. She Was Punched, Slapped

    Woman Cop Stopped 2 Bikers For No Helmets. She Was Punched, Slapped

    In Rajasthan's Jhunjhunu district, a woman police officer was thrashed by two hooligans on a motorcycle; she had stopped them for not wearing helmets

  • 12-Year-Old Found Loaded Gun At Friend's Home. He Shot Himself

    12-Year-Old Found Loaded Gun At Friend's Home. He Shot Himself

    A 12-year-old boy shot himself while playing with a revolver belonging to his friend's father, who is a Havilder in the army. The bullet hit Ekansh, a student of a Delhi school, on his head, while he was playing with his friend on April 12.

  • Meghalaya: Bomb Hurled At The Residence Of Patricia Mukhim, Editor Of The Shillong Times

    Meghalaya: Bomb Hurled At The Residence Of Patricia Mukhim, Editor Of The Shillong Times

    A bomb was hurled by unknown persons at the residence of Patricia Mukhim, the editor of The Shillong Times, on Tuesday evening, in Meghalaya's Umpling. No one was hurt in the incident.Eyewitnesses told the local media, at around 8.25 pm last night, two men on a motorcycle, with their faces masked, were seen near her residence, hurling a petrol bomb...

  • Two World War II Era Bombs Weighing 100 Kg Each Found In West Bengal's Nadia District

    Two World War II Era Bombs Weighing 100 Kg Each Found In West Bengal's Nadia District

    Two bombs of the World War II era were found when workers were digging a pond at a village in Nadia district of West Bengal. The bombs are 50 inches in length and 38 inches in diameter, a police officer said today.

  • After The Birth Of His Daughter, Man Dies In Alleged Celebratory Firing In Kanpur

    After The Birth Of His Daughter, Man Dies In Alleged Celebratory Firing In Kanpur

    A 25-year-old man died in alleged celebratory firing at a function organised after the birth of his daughter, police said on Tuesday. Another person was injured in the incident, which took place at Datia in Madhya Pradesh

  • As Empty ATMs Reported, RBI Says Shortage Due To Logistical Reasons: 10 Points

    As Empty ATMs Reported, RBI Says Shortage Due To Logistical Reasons: 10 Points

    In response to reports that ATMs in several states are running dry, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today conceded a "temporary shortage in some areas" and said it was being "tackled quickly". The Reserve Bank of India said the shortage may be felt in some pockets due to logistical issues and clarified that there is sufficient cash in RBI vaults. Com...

  • Watch: Congress Workers Upset Over Ticket Distribution Vandalize Party Office In Karnataka

    Watch: Congress Workers Upset Over Ticket Distribution Vandalize Party Office In Karnataka

    Congress workers in Karnataka vandalized the party office in Mandya, protesting the distribution of tickets ahead of the assembly elections. A video showed alleged Congress workers go on a rampage, flinging and breaking chairs, throwing papers and pulling out posters in the party office.

  • 9-Year-Old Boy In Kashmir's Gurez Invents A Pen That Counts Words While Writing

    9-Year-Old Boy In Kashmir's Gurez Invents A Pen That Counts Words While Writing

    Meet the boy wonder from Gurez valley in northern Kashmir. Nine-year-old Muzaffar Ahmad Khan has invented a 'counting pen' that keeps a word count while writing.

  • In Barmer, Bodies Of 3 Teenagers Found Hanging From A Tree, Cops Say Could be Mass Suicide

    In Barmer, Bodies Of 3 Teenagers Found Hanging From A Tree, Cops Say Could be Mass Suicide

    The death of three teenagers, two girls and a boy has sent shock waves in Barmer district of Rajasthan. The bodies of the three were found hanging from a tree in the remote village on April 12. The two girls were from Dalit families, aged 12 and 13 while the boy was a 17-year-old, from a minority community.

  • Four Elephants Killed Instantly After Speeding Train Hits Them In Odisha

    Four Elephants Killed Instantly After Speeding Train Hits Them In Odisha

    Four elephants were killed after a speeding train hit them near a level crossing in Bagadihi Forest Range area in Odisha's Jharsuguda district on Monday. The elephants were crossing the railway track, which is a designated elephant corridor, on the Howrah-Mumbai line, said Assistant Conservator of Forests PK Dhal.

  • Massive Fire Destroys Rohingya Refugee Camp In Delhi

    Massive Fire Destroys Rohingya Refugee Camp In Delhi

    Over 225 Rohingya refugees have nowhere to go after a massive fire destroyed a camp, in Delhi's Kalindi Kunj. The fire broke out at about 3.30 am on Sunday due to a short circuit, police said. No casualties have been reported. The refugees have been put up in a temporary shelter said police.

'Debjani Chatterjee' - 201 News Result(s)

  • Villagers Tied Her To A Pole And Beat Her, She Supported Distressed Women

    Villagers Tied Her To A Pole And Beat Her, She Supported Distressed Women

    A woman leading a local self-help group, supporting distressed women, was allegedly tied up by villagers and thrashed in Odisha's Balasore district. Satyabhama Behera, president of the local group, was tied to an electric pole and allegedly attacked by locals, said the police

  • In Pathankot, Security Stepped Up After Suspected Terrorist Movement

    In Pathankot, Security Stepped Up After Suspected Terrorist Movement

    Security has been stepped up and search operations are being carried out around the border localities of Punjab, particularly in Pathankot district, after reports of suspected terrorist movement in the area. Acting on a tip off, early on Thursday morning, security forces spread out in large numbers and searched various locations in the region

  • IIT-Kanpur Student Hung Himself In Hostel, Ripped-Up Suicide Note Found

    IIT-Kanpur Student Hung Himself In Hostel, Ripped-Up Suicide Note Found

    A third year Ph.D student of IIT, Kanpur, has allegedly committed suicide on Wednesday, by hanging himself from the ceiling fan in his hostel room. A letter, torn into pieces, have been found in his room.

  • Lawmakers With Cases Of Crimes Against Women: Delhi-Based Thinktank's Report

    Lawmakers With Cases Of Crimes Against Women: Delhi-Based Thinktank's Report

    In the backdrop of nationwide shock and outrage over the Kathua, Unnao and Surat rape cases, an analysis in the Association for Democratic Reforms Report (ADR), 2017, says 33 per cent of the lawmakers in states and elected leaders in Lok Sabha are facing cases related to crimes against women

  • Woman Cop Stopped 2 Bikers For No Helmets. She Was Punched, Slapped

    Woman Cop Stopped 2 Bikers For No Helmets. She Was Punched, Slapped

    In Rajasthan's Jhunjhunu district, a woman police officer was thrashed by two hooligans on a motorcycle; she had stopped them for not wearing helmets

  • 12-Year-Old Found Loaded Gun At Friend's Home. He Shot Himself

    12-Year-Old Found Loaded Gun At Friend's Home. He Shot Himself

    A 12-year-old boy shot himself while playing with a revolver belonging to his friend's father, who is a Havilder in the army. The bullet hit Ekansh, a student of a Delhi school, on his head, while he was playing with his friend on April 12.

  • Meghalaya: Bomb Hurled At The Residence Of Patricia Mukhim, Editor Of The Shillong Times

    Meghalaya: Bomb Hurled At The Residence Of Patricia Mukhim, Editor Of The Shillong Times

    A bomb was hurled by unknown persons at the residence of Patricia Mukhim, the editor of The Shillong Times, on Tuesday evening, in Meghalaya's Umpling. No one was hurt in the incident.Eyewitnesses told the local media, at around 8.25 pm last night, two men on a motorcycle, with their faces masked, were seen near her residence, hurling a petrol bomb...

  • Two World War II Era Bombs Weighing 100 Kg Each Found In West Bengal's Nadia District

    Two World War II Era Bombs Weighing 100 Kg Each Found In West Bengal's Nadia District

    Two bombs of the World War II era were found when workers were digging a pond at a village in Nadia district of West Bengal. The bombs are 50 inches in length and 38 inches in diameter, a police officer said today.

  • After The Birth Of His Daughter, Man Dies In Alleged Celebratory Firing In Kanpur

    After The Birth Of His Daughter, Man Dies In Alleged Celebratory Firing In Kanpur

    A 25-year-old man died in alleged celebratory firing at a function organised after the birth of his daughter, police said on Tuesday. Another person was injured in the incident, which took place at Datia in Madhya Pradesh

  • As Empty ATMs Reported, RBI Says Shortage Due To Logistical Reasons: 10 Points

    As Empty ATMs Reported, RBI Says Shortage Due To Logistical Reasons: 10 Points

    In response to reports that ATMs in several states are running dry, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today conceded a "temporary shortage in some areas" and said it was being "tackled quickly". The Reserve Bank of India said the shortage may be felt in some pockets due to logistical issues and clarified that there is sufficient cash in RBI vaults. Com...

  • Watch: Congress Workers Upset Over Ticket Distribution Vandalize Party Office In Karnataka

    Watch: Congress Workers Upset Over Ticket Distribution Vandalize Party Office In Karnataka

    Congress workers in Karnataka vandalized the party office in Mandya, protesting the distribution of tickets ahead of the assembly elections. A video showed alleged Congress workers go on a rampage, flinging and breaking chairs, throwing papers and pulling out posters in the party office.

  • 9-Year-Old Boy In Kashmir's Gurez Invents A Pen That Counts Words While Writing

    9-Year-Old Boy In Kashmir's Gurez Invents A Pen That Counts Words While Writing

    Meet the boy wonder from Gurez valley in northern Kashmir. Nine-year-old Muzaffar Ahmad Khan has invented a 'counting pen' that keeps a word count while writing.

  • In Barmer, Bodies Of 3 Teenagers Found Hanging From A Tree, Cops Say Could be Mass Suicide

    In Barmer, Bodies Of 3 Teenagers Found Hanging From A Tree, Cops Say Could be Mass Suicide

    The death of three teenagers, two girls and a boy has sent shock waves in Barmer district of Rajasthan. The bodies of the three were found hanging from a tree in the remote village on April 12. The two girls were from Dalit families, aged 12 and 13 while the boy was a 17-year-old, from a minority community.

  • Four Elephants Killed Instantly After Speeding Train Hits Them In Odisha

    Four Elephants Killed Instantly After Speeding Train Hits Them In Odisha

    Four elephants were killed after a speeding train hit them near a level crossing in Bagadihi Forest Range area in Odisha's Jharsuguda district on Monday. The elephants were crossing the railway track, which is a designated elephant corridor, on the Howrah-Mumbai line, said Assistant Conservator of Forests PK Dhal.

  • Massive Fire Destroys Rohingya Refugee Camp In Delhi

    Massive Fire Destroys Rohingya Refugee Camp In Delhi

    Over 225 Rohingya refugees have nowhere to go after a massive fire destroyed a camp, in Delhi's Kalindi Kunj. The fire broke out at about 3.30 am on Sunday due to a short circuit, police said. No casualties have been reported. The refugees have been put up in a temporary shelter said police.

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