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  • After Lunch With Rahul Gandhi, Tejashwi Yadav Tweets 'Feel Appreciated'

    After Lunch With Rahul Gandhi, Tejashwi Yadav Tweets 'Feel Appreciated'

    Four months ago, this lunch at a restaurant in south Delhi would have revved up Bihar's political shake-up. Today, it was just food for social media as Tejashwi Yadav, the younger son of Lalu Yadav, tweeted photos of his lunch with Rahul Gandhi, along with the comment that he felt " appreciated and grateful".

  • Kashmir Footballer Joined Lashkar, Returns After Mother's Tearful Video

    Kashmir Footballer Joined Lashkar, Returns After Mother's Tearful Video

    Days after he was spotted in a photo with an assault rifle by his heartbroken family in Kashmir, young football player Majid Khan has returned home.

  • Mukul Roy Says Mamata Government Tapping His Phone, Goes To Delhi High Court

    Mukul Roy Says Mamata Government Tapping His Phone, Goes To Delhi High Court

    Mukul Roy, who recently quit Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress to join the BJP, has moved the Delhi High Court alleging that his phone is being tapped by the Bengal Government. The court will take up his petition on Monday.

  • 'Vote My Wife Or Else...': BJP Leader Warns Muslims About 'Difficulties'

    'Vote My Wife Or Else...': BJP Leader Warns Muslims About 'Difficulties'

    A leader of Uttar Pradesh's ruling BJP is on camera as he unabashedly puts out a warning for Muslims to vote for his wife in civic polls or "face kasht (difficulties) like never before". The video of the speech, made in the presence of two state ministers, has been widely shared.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    "An Insignificant Man", the much-talked about film on Arvind Kejriwal, will not be blocked from release tomorrow, the Supreme Court said today, asserting that it will not interfere in the freedom of speech and expression.

  • Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Chhattisgarh's BJP government was asked today by the Supreme Court to produce within a week its documents on the purchase of a helicopter by AgustaWestland, the company at the core of allegations of massive corruption in the buying of VVIP choppers when the Congress was in power at the centre.

  • IIM Student, Not Seen In Classes This Week, Found Hanging By Friends

    IIM Student, Not Seen In Classes This Week, Found Hanging By Friends

    On Monday evening, Soham Mukherjee, one of the brightest in his batch at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow, spent hours with his classmates before turning in. Two days later, his friends broke into his hostel room to find him hanging from a fan.

  • Sheena Bora Killed For 'Greed, Lust': Indrani Targets Peter Mukerjea

    Sheena Bora Killed For 'Greed, Lust': Indrani Targets Peter Mukerjea

    Weeks ago, Indrani Mukerjea wrote to her husband Peter Mukerjea, "Don't talk to me", and accused his family of trying to frame her for her daughter Sheena Bora's murder in 2012 - a crime for which both are in jail. In a sensational twist to her rancorous exchanges with her husband of late, Indrani told a Mumbai court on Wednesday that Peter Mukerje...

  • 'Hindus Are In A Majority, Should Embrace Others': Kamal Haasan's Latest

    'Hindus Are In A Majority, Should Embrace Others': Kamal Haasan's Latest

    Tamil mega star Kamal Haasan, who recently stopped short of announcing his anticipated political party, says in a column published today: "Hindus are in a majority, they should embrace others and correct them if they do wrong."

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Kerala's Richest Minister Thomas Chandy, Accused Of Land-Grabbing, Resigns

    Kerala's Richest Minister Thomas Chandy, Accused Of Land-Grabbing, Resigns

    Kerala Minister Thomas Chandy has resigned amid allegations of corruption, which were confirmed by a court on Tuesday. He is the third minister to resign since the Left-led government came to power last year.

  • Won't Do It Again, Says Man Shot At Hindon Airbase For Trespass

    Won't Do It Again, Says Man Shot At Hindon Airbase For Trespass

    A man was shot at by security forces while he was apparently trying to scale the wall of the Hindon airbase on the outskirts of Delhi close to midnight on Tuesday. The man later said he "just wanted to sit there".

  • Jailed Ram Rahim Enjoying VIP Perks, Alleges Prisoner. Minister Denies It

    Jailed Ram Rahim Enjoying VIP Perks, Alleges Prisoner. Minister Denies It

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the self-declared godman serving a 20-year sentence for rape, is not enjoying VIP treatment in jail, a Haryana Minister said today, rubbishing reports of special privileges, longer visiting hours and a laid-back lifestyle for the disgraced Dera Sacha Sauda chief.

  • Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties Auctioned For Over 11 Crores, Includes Hotel

    Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties Auctioned For Over 11 Crores, Includes Hotel

    A hotel and a guest house are among three properties of most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim in south Mumbai to be auctioned today for Rs 11.58 crore. These are the last known addresses in India of the high-profile fugitive who has been living in Pakistan's Karachi for years.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    A convict who has spent 26 years in jail for the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi has requested the Supreme Court for a reprieve from his life term until a multi-agency investigation is complete.

'Deepshikha Ghosh' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • After Lunch With Rahul Gandhi, Tejashwi Yadav Tweets 'Feel Appreciated'

    After Lunch With Rahul Gandhi, Tejashwi Yadav Tweets 'Feel Appreciated'

    Four months ago, this lunch at a restaurant in south Delhi would have revved up Bihar's political shake-up. Today, it was just food for social media as Tejashwi Yadav, the younger son of Lalu Yadav, tweeted photos of his lunch with Rahul Gandhi, along with the comment that he felt " appreciated and grateful".

  • Kashmir Footballer Joined Lashkar, Returns After Mother's Tearful Video

    Kashmir Footballer Joined Lashkar, Returns After Mother's Tearful Video

    Days after he was spotted in a photo with an assault rifle by his heartbroken family in Kashmir, young football player Majid Khan has returned home.

  • Mukul Roy Says Mamata Government Tapping His Phone, Goes To Delhi High Court

    Mukul Roy Says Mamata Government Tapping His Phone, Goes To Delhi High Court

    Mukul Roy, who recently quit Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress to join the BJP, has moved the Delhi High Court alleging that his phone is being tapped by the Bengal Government. The court will take up his petition on Monday.

  • 'Vote My Wife Or Else...': BJP Leader Warns Muslims About 'Difficulties'

    'Vote My Wife Or Else...': BJP Leader Warns Muslims About 'Difficulties'

    A leader of Uttar Pradesh's ruling BJP is on camera as he unabashedly puts out a warning for Muslims to vote for his wife in civic polls or "face kasht (difficulties) like never before". The video of the speech, made in the presence of two state ministers, has been widely shared.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    "An Insignificant Man", the much-talked about film on Arvind Kejriwal, will not be blocked from release tomorrow, the Supreme Court said today, asserting that it will not interfere in the freedom of speech and expression.

  • Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Chhattisgarh's BJP government was asked today by the Supreme Court to produce within a week its documents on the purchase of a helicopter by AgustaWestland, the company at the core of allegations of massive corruption in the buying of VVIP choppers when the Congress was in power at the centre.

  • IIM Student, Not Seen In Classes This Week, Found Hanging By Friends

    IIM Student, Not Seen In Classes This Week, Found Hanging By Friends

    On Monday evening, Soham Mukherjee, one of the brightest in his batch at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow, spent hours with his classmates before turning in. Two days later, his friends broke into his hostel room to find him hanging from a fan.

  • Sheena Bora Killed For 'Greed, Lust': Indrani Targets Peter Mukerjea

    Sheena Bora Killed For 'Greed, Lust': Indrani Targets Peter Mukerjea

    Weeks ago, Indrani Mukerjea wrote to her husband Peter Mukerjea, "Don't talk to me", and accused his family of trying to frame her for her daughter Sheena Bora's murder in 2012 - a crime for which both are in jail. In a sensational twist to her rancorous exchanges with her husband of late, Indrani told a Mumbai court on Wednesday that Peter Mukerje...

  • 'Hindus Are In A Majority, Should Embrace Others': Kamal Haasan's Latest

    'Hindus Are In A Majority, Should Embrace Others': Kamal Haasan's Latest

    Tamil mega star Kamal Haasan, who recently stopped short of announcing his anticipated political party, says in a column published today: "Hindus are in a majority, they should embrace others and correct them if they do wrong."

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Kerala's Richest Minister Thomas Chandy, Accused Of Land-Grabbing, Resigns

    Kerala's Richest Minister Thomas Chandy, Accused Of Land-Grabbing, Resigns

    Kerala Minister Thomas Chandy has resigned amid allegations of corruption, which were confirmed by a court on Tuesday. He is the third minister to resign since the Left-led government came to power last year.

  • Won't Do It Again, Says Man Shot At Hindon Airbase For Trespass

    Won't Do It Again, Says Man Shot At Hindon Airbase For Trespass

    A man was shot at by security forces while he was apparently trying to scale the wall of the Hindon airbase on the outskirts of Delhi close to midnight on Tuesday. The man later said he "just wanted to sit there".

  • Jailed Ram Rahim Enjoying VIP Perks, Alleges Prisoner. Minister Denies It

    Jailed Ram Rahim Enjoying VIP Perks, Alleges Prisoner. Minister Denies It

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the self-declared godman serving a 20-year sentence for rape, is not enjoying VIP treatment in jail, a Haryana Minister said today, rubbishing reports of special privileges, longer visiting hours and a laid-back lifestyle for the disgraced Dera Sacha Sauda chief.

  • Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties Auctioned For Over 11 Crores, Includes Hotel

    Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties Auctioned For Over 11 Crores, Includes Hotel

    A hotel and a guest house are among three properties of most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim in south Mumbai to be auctioned today for Rs 11.58 crore. These are the last known addresses in India of the high-profile fugitive who has been living in Pakistan's Karachi for years.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    A convict who has spent 26 years in jail for the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi has requested the Supreme Court for a reprieve from his life term until a multi-agency investigation is complete.

  • On Odd-Even Plan, Green Court Rejects Exemption Sought By Delhi Government

    On Odd-Even Plan, Green Court Rejects Exemption Sought By Delhi Government

    The Odd-Even plan for the rationing of cars in Delhi to fight deadly smog is off the table for now. The National Green Tribunal today firmly rejected as "illogical" the Arvind Kejriwal government's request to make an exception for women and two-wheelers and questioned: "Why should anyone be exempt from the Odd-Even plan?"

  • Am Dropping By, Let's Meet, Arvind Kejriwal Now Tweets Amarinder Singh

    Am Dropping By, Let's Meet, Arvind Kejriwal Now Tweets Amarinder Singh

    Arvind Kejriwal, after a bizarre back-and-forth with his Haryana counterpart ML Khattar yesterday over an appointment to discuss pollution in Delhi, took to Twitter again this morning to ping his other neighbour, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.

  • 'She's Still My Wife': Aligarh Professor Denies 'WhatsApp Divorce' Charge

    'She's Still My Wife': Aligarh Professor Denies 'WhatsApp Divorce' Charge

    An Aligarh Muslim University professor accused by his wife of divorcing her on Whatsapp denied it emphatically today and said: -She is still my wife-.

  • Can't Stop Every Incident, Says Rajasthan Minister, On Pehlu Khan Repeat

    Can't Stop Every Incident, Says Rajasthan Minister, On Pehlu Khan Repeat

    Seven months after dairy owner Pehlu Khan was beaten to death in Rajasthan's Alwar, the police are investigating allegations that another Muslim was killed by cow vigilantes on Friday. One person has been detained for the murder of Ummar Khan, whose body was found with gunshot wounds on rail tracks.

  • As AAP Delays Odd-Even Plea, Court Questions, 'Only For Media?': 10 Points

    As AAP Delays Odd-Even Plea, Court Questions, 'Only For Media?': 10 Points

    After pledging to ask the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to allow exceptions to the Odd-Even rule to restrict cars in Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal government today arrived hours late to court. The case will not be taken up at least till tomorrow, which means the Odd-Even plan will be put off further in the city where air pollution has hit emergency le...

  • Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    In the Pradyuman Murder case, a Class 11 student accused of killing seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon last month had been the CBI's main suspect for over a month, sources say. Six days after filing a case, the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation searched the 16-year-old boy's home and seized "some items"...

  • When 'Srini Wed Mahi', 1,000 Taxmen Raided Sasikala Family. Details Here

    When 'Srini Wed Mahi', 1,000 Taxmen Raided Sasikala Family. Details Here

    It's been 24 hours since over 1,000 officials swooped down almost simultaneously on over 150 properties in Tamil Nadu linked to big fish. Secrecy played a huge role in the operation that started around 5.30 am on Thursday. What provided the perfect cover for hundreds of cars hired by taxmen for the raids was an innocuous wedding sticker.

  • 'Gang-Rape Survivor Had Consensual Sex': 'Junior Doctor's' Report Trashed

    'Gang-Rape Survivor Had Consensual Sex': 'Junior Doctor's' Report Trashed

    A 19-year-old woman who was tied up and gang-raped last week in Bhopal "had consensual sex with two of the accused" says a medical report now binned as a "mistake by a junior doctor".

  • Arvind Kejriwal A Peculiar Person, Says Amarinder Singh In Delhi Smog Row

    Arvind Kejriwal A Peculiar Person, Says Amarinder Singh In Delhi Smog Row

    Arvind Kejriwal is a "peculiar person with views on everything but no understanding", Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh snapped today about his Delhi counterpart, who has been blaming the thick, deadly smog covering the capital on stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana.

  • Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    As the detention of a Class 11 student gave a sensational turn today to the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School near Delhi in September, parallels have emerged to the Aarushi Talwar murder case, which also took a dramatic 360 degree turn after the CBI took over.

  • IndiGo, Clobbered For Passenger Assault Video, Pleads Self-Defence

    IndiGo, Clobbered For Passenger Assault Video, Pleads Self-Defence

    A passenger is assaulted and dragged on the tarmac at the Delhi airport by the staff of IndiGo airlines in a video that has been widely shared since it emerged yesterday. "How dare you!" the furious passenger screams as he is manhandled and physically prevented from boarding a coach to the terminal after his plane landed in Delhi on October 15.

  • Gurgaon School Murder Twist Proves Cops Messed Up Investigation: Sources

    Gurgaon School Murder Twist Proves Cops Messed Up Investigation: Sources

    Two months after a schoolbus conductor was arrested for the murder of a Class 2 student at Ryan International School near Delhi, a senior student has been detained by the CBI.

  • IndiGo Passenger Dragged On Tarmac; Staff Sacked, So Is 'Whistleblower'

    IndiGo Passenger Dragged On Tarmac; Staff Sacked, So Is 'Whistleblower'

    A passenger is assaulted and dragged on the tarmac by the staff of IndiGo airlines at the Delhi airport in a video that has been widely shared since it emerged yesterday, a month after the incident.

  • In Schoolboy Murder, Teen Held After CBI Questions 125 Students: 10 Facts

    In Schoolboy Murder, Teen Held After CBI Questions 125 Students: 10 Facts

    Seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur was murdered at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon by a Class 11 student who wanted his exams and a parent-teacher meeting postponed, the CBI said today, delivering a stunning twist to the case after questioning more than 125 students and teachers. The student was detained last evening for killing Pradyuman, wh...

  • In 'Gas Chamber' Delhi, Junior Schools Won't Open Today: 10 Updates

    In 'Gas Chamber' Delhi, Junior Schools Won't Open Today: 10 Updates

    All junior schools - private and state-run - will be closed today and children in Class 5 and above should not be permitted any outdoor activity including the morning assembly, Delhi's government announced on Tuesday, advising residents to avoid morning and evening walks as the capital breached hazardous levels of pollution. Thick, brown smog desce...

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