Divyanshu Dutta Roy


'Divyanshu Dutta Roy' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Would Amount To Raiding RBI": Arvind Subramanian On Using Up Surplus

    "Would Amount To Raiding RBI": Arvind Subramanian On Using Up Surplus

    Former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian on Saturday said the independence of the Reserve Bank of India was vital, and any attempts by the government to coerce the central bank into parting with its cash would amount to a "raid".

  • Prannoy Roy, Arvind Subramanian On Banking, Farmer Crises: Highlights

    Prannoy Roy, Arvind Subramanian On Banking, Farmer Crises: Highlights

    Former Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian speaks to NDTV's Prannoy Roy on a range of issues in front of the Indian economy today. From the bad debt crisis in the banking sector to the growing agrarian distress, the Dr Subramanian weighs in on the good, bad and ugly of Asia's third-largest economy.

  • 4 Km-Wide Mumbai Forest Fire Doused Before It Reached Residential Areas

    4 Km-Wide Mumbai Forest Fire Doused Before It Reached Residential Areas

    A massive fire engulfed a forested area of about four kilometres in Mumbai's Aarey Colony in Goregaon on Monday evening. Firefighters scrambled to contain the flames that threatened tribal residents who live in the area and the plants and wildlife in the city's biggest green lung.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Cleared In Case Of Rioting In Front Of PM's House In 2012

    Arvind Kejriwal Cleared In Case Of Rioting In Front Of PM's House In 2012

    A Delhi court on Monday discharged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and six others in a case of alleged rioting in front of the house of the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2012.

  • Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    With hopes of being heard in the country's capital and to send a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government just months before it seeks re-election, nearly 8,000 farmers from across India have begun their march to parliament. The farmers began a two-day protest in Delhi on Thursday with demands including loan waivers and better prices for...

  • Kolkata Mall's Apology After Stinker For Breastfeeding Mom Provokes Anger

    Kolkata Mall's Apology After Stinker For Breastfeeding Mom Provokes Anger

    A mall in Kolkata was forced to issue what it called an unconditional apology after its social media team rudely asked a woman to do her "home chores at home" as she complained about the lack of a place to breastfeed her baby, provoking a huge backlash online.

  • Railways Cleared In Centre's Probe Into Amritsar Tragedy That Killed 61

    Railways Cleared In Centre's Probe Into Amritsar Tragedy That Killed 61

    Last month's accident in Amritsar that claimed 61 lives when a train ran over people watching a Dussehra event was caused by the "negligence" and "trespassing" of those standing near the railway tracks, an inquiry by the Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety or CCRS has concluded.

  • "No Final Decision Yet": Ghulam Nabi Azad Counters Mehbooba Mufti's Claim

    "No Final Decision Yet": Ghulam Nabi Azad Counters Mehbooba Mufti's Claim

    After three plot twists in one evening, the Congress wasn't done yet. While former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted on Wednesday that she was ready to stake claim to form government in the state with support from her rival Omar Abdullah's National Conference and the Congress, her move was quickly questioned by one of her newf...

  • "Thought I'd Seen It All": Mehbooba Mufti's Thanks Followed By A Meme

    "Thought I'd Seen It All": Mehbooba Mufti's Thanks Followed By A Meme

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday thanked her rival Omar Abdullah of the National Conference and Congress leader Ambika Soni for help in achieving "the seemingly impossible" - a joint bid for the state government.

  • What We Know About Sentinelese, Hostile Tribe That Killed An American

    What We Know About Sentinelese, Hostile Tribe That Killed An American

    The Sentinelese, an aboriginal tribe of hunter-gatherers who have lived isolated from the outside world for almost 60,000 years, killed an American man who landed on one of the islands in India's remote cluster of Andaman and Nicobar. The North Sentinel Island -- home to the Sentinelese tribe -- is out of bounds for visitors. They used arrows to ki...

  • On Chilli Powder Attack On Arvind Kejriwal, A Shocker From Delhi Police

    On Chilli Powder Attack On Arvind Kejriwal, A Shocker From Delhi Police

    As it faced piercing criticism for the attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inside the state secretariat, the Delhi Police said it was investigating if the incident was "unintentional".

  • Arvind Kejriwal Attacked With Chilli Powder. AAP Claims Deliberate Lapses

    Arvind Kejriwal Attacked With Chilli Powder. AAP Claims Deliberate Lapses

    On video, the audacity of the attack is difficult to miss. A man who hands Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a letter outside his office, swoops down to touch his feet, gets up and forcefully smears chilli powder on his face. The incident took place inside one of the capital city's most protected buildings today, the Delhi Secretariat, provoking...

  • Nearly 72 Per Cent Voting In Second Phase Of Chhattisgarh Polls: 10 Facts

    Nearly 72 Per Cent Voting In Second Phase Of Chhattisgarh Polls: 10 Facts

    Nearly 72 per cent voting was recorded as polling came to a close in the second and final phase of Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the Election Commission announced this evening, taking the overall turnout in the two phases to 74.17 per cent so far. However, the number is likely to go up as the second phase figures are provisional. The 2013 electi...

  • "Did Your Nana-Nani Lay Water Pipes?": PM Modi Jabs Rahul Gandhi

    "Did Your <i>Nana-Nani</i> Lay Water Pipes?": PM Modi Jabs Rahul Gandhi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took on the Congress at an election rally in Chhattisgarh, saying that the party which had governed India for most of its independent history had strived to improve the fortunes of the Nehru-Gandhi family rather than develop the country. Hitting out at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who has accused the BJP of co...

  • Ankiv Baisoya, Delhi Students' Union President, Sacked By ABVP Over Fake Degree Row

    Ankiv Baisoya, Delhi Students' Union President, Sacked By ABVP Over Fake Degree Row

    Ankiv Baisoya, the Delhi University Student Union president who was accused of falsifying his bachelor's degree just days after winning elections to the influential body, has been asked to step down from his post by the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad. The ABVP, a student organisation linked to the ruling BJP, has also suspended him till an inqui...

'Divyanshu Dutta Roy' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Would Amount To Raiding RBI": Arvind Subramanian On Using Up Surplus

    "Would Amount To Raiding RBI": Arvind Subramanian On Using Up Surplus

    Former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian on Saturday said the independence of the Reserve Bank of India was vital, and any attempts by the government to coerce the central bank into parting with its cash would amount to a "raid".

  • Prannoy Roy, Arvind Subramanian On Banking, Farmer Crises: Highlights

    Prannoy Roy, Arvind Subramanian On Banking, Farmer Crises: Highlights

    Former Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian speaks to NDTV's Prannoy Roy on a range of issues in front of the Indian economy today. From the bad debt crisis in the banking sector to the growing agrarian distress, the Dr Subramanian weighs in on the good, bad and ugly of Asia's third-largest economy.

  • 4 Km-Wide Mumbai Forest Fire Doused Before It Reached Residential Areas

    4 Km-Wide Mumbai Forest Fire Doused Before It Reached Residential Areas

    A massive fire engulfed a forested area of about four kilometres in Mumbai's Aarey Colony in Goregaon on Monday evening. Firefighters scrambled to contain the flames that threatened tribal residents who live in the area and the plants and wildlife in the city's biggest green lung.

  • Arvind Kejriwal Cleared In Case Of Rioting In Front Of PM's House In 2012

    Arvind Kejriwal Cleared In Case Of Rioting In Front Of PM's House In 2012

    A Delhi court on Monday discharged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and six others in a case of alleged rioting in front of the house of the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2012.

  • Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    With hopes of being heard in the country's capital and to send a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government just months before it seeks re-election, nearly 8,000 farmers from across India have begun their march to parliament. The farmers began a two-day protest in Delhi on Thursday with demands including loan waivers and better prices for...

  • Kolkata Mall's Apology After Stinker For Breastfeeding Mom Provokes Anger

    Kolkata Mall's Apology After Stinker For Breastfeeding Mom Provokes Anger

    A mall in Kolkata was forced to issue what it called an unconditional apology after its social media team rudely asked a woman to do her "home chores at home" as she complained about the lack of a place to breastfeed her baby, provoking a huge backlash online.

  • Railways Cleared In Centre's Probe Into Amritsar Tragedy That Killed 61

    Railways Cleared In Centre's Probe Into Amritsar Tragedy That Killed 61

    Last month's accident in Amritsar that claimed 61 lives when a train ran over people watching a Dussehra event was caused by the "negligence" and "trespassing" of those standing near the railway tracks, an inquiry by the Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety or CCRS has concluded.

  • "No Final Decision Yet": Ghulam Nabi Azad Counters Mehbooba Mufti's Claim

    "No Final Decision Yet": Ghulam Nabi Azad Counters Mehbooba Mufti's Claim

    After three plot twists in one evening, the Congress wasn't done yet. While former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti tweeted on Wednesday that she was ready to stake claim to form government in the state with support from her rival Omar Abdullah's National Conference and the Congress, her move was quickly questioned by one of her newf...

  • "Thought I'd Seen It All": Mehbooba Mufti's Thanks Followed By A Meme

    "Thought I'd Seen It All": Mehbooba Mufti's Thanks Followed By A Meme

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday thanked her rival Omar Abdullah of the National Conference and Congress leader Ambika Soni for help in achieving "the seemingly impossible" - a joint bid for the state government.

  • What We Know About Sentinelese, Hostile Tribe That Killed An American

    What We Know About Sentinelese, Hostile Tribe That Killed An American

    The Sentinelese, an aboriginal tribe of hunter-gatherers who have lived isolated from the outside world for almost 60,000 years, killed an American man who landed on one of the islands in India's remote cluster of Andaman and Nicobar. The North Sentinel Island -- home to the Sentinelese tribe -- is out of bounds for visitors. They used arrows to ki...

  • On Chilli Powder Attack On Arvind Kejriwal, A Shocker From Delhi Police

    On Chilli Powder Attack On Arvind Kejriwal, A Shocker From Delhi Police

    As it faced piercing criticism for the attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inside the state secretariat, the Delhi Police said it was investigating if the incident was "unintentional".

  • Arvind Kejriwal Attacked With Chilli Powder. AAP Claims Deliberate Lapses

    Arvind Kejriwal Attacked With Chilli Powder. AAP Claims Deliberate Lapses

    On video, the audacity of the attack is difficult to miss. A man who hands Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a letter outside his office, swoops down to touch his feet, gets up and forcefully smears chilli powder on his face. The incident took place inside one of the capital city's most protected buildings today, the Delhi Secretariat, provoking...

  • Nearly 72 Per Cent Voting In Second Phase Of Chhattisgarh Polls: 10 Facts

    Nearly 72 Per Cent Voting In Second Phase Of Chhattisgarh Polls: 10 Facts

    Nearly 72 per cent voting was recorded as polling came to a close in the second and final phase of Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the Election Commission announced this evening, taking the overall turnout in the two phases to 74.17 per cent so far. However, the number is likely to go up as the second phase figures are provisional. The 2013 electi...

  • "Did Your Nana-Nani Lay Water Pipes?": PM Modi Jabs Rahul Gandhi

    "Did Your <i>Nana-Nani</i> Lay Water Pipes?": PM Modi Jabs Rahul Gandhi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took on the Congress at an election rally in Chhattisgarh, saying that the party which had governed India for most of its independent history had strived to improve the fortunes of the Nehru-Gandhi family rather than develop the country. Hitting out at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who has accused the BJP of co...

  • Ankiv Baisoya, Delhi Students' Union President, Sacked By ABVP Over Fake Degree Row

    Ankiv Baisoya, Delhi Students' Union President, Sacked By ABVP Over Fake Degree Row

    Ankiv Baisoya, the Delhi University Student Union president who was accused of falsifying his bachelor's degree just days after winning elections to the influential body, has been asked to step down from his post by the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad. The ABVP, a student organisation linked to the ruling BJP, has also suspended him till an inqui...

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