Divyanshu Dutta Roy


'Divyanshu Dutta Roy' - 852 News Result(s)

  • Air Quality In Delhi Better This Diwali, Shows Pollution Board (CPCB) Data

    Air Quality In Delhi Better This Diwali, Shows Pollution Board (CPCB) Data

    The air quality in New Delhi this Diwali was better than last year, according to a data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). The Air Quality Index (AQI) value on Thursday was 319, putting it in "very poor" category, while the AQI last Diwali (October 30) had touched "severe" level after recording an index value of 431.

  • Rahul Gandhi Has Leadership Qualities, Adapts To Change: Pranab Mukherjee

    Rahul Gandhi Has Leadership Qualities, Adapts To Change: Pranab Mukherjee

    Rahul Gandhi's promotion to president of the Congress should not be judged by outsiders as a travesty of democracy, Pranab Mukherjee told NDTV today, describing the 47-year-old No 2 in his party as "a young man" with the ability "to respond to change, to adapt, to adjust".

  • GST Decision 'Not Taken By PM Modi Alone,' Says PM Modi

    GST Decision 'Not Taken By PM Modi Alone,' Says PM Modi

    Defending the new national sales tax or GST, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that "the decision to implement the reform was not of Prime Minister Modi alone"

  • Rahul Gandhi's 'Weather Report' For Gujarat Forecasts 'Jumlon Ki Baarish'

    Rahul Gandhi's 'Weather Report' For Gujarat Forecasts '<i>Jumlon Ki Baarish</i>'

    Rahul Gandhi, who campaigned in Gujarat last week, warned the state today that it should brace for a shower of empty promises and election rhetoric or jumlon ki baarish as he phrased it on Twitter.

  • In US Congress, Concern Over Gauri Lankesh Murder, Threat To Kancha Ilaiah

    In US Congress, Concern Over Gauri Lankesh Murder, Threat To Kancha Ilaiah

    The murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh and the threats to Dalit author Kancha Ilaiah, including one by a Parliamentarian of India's ruling coalition, have not gone unnoticed even halfway across the world.

  • Kashmir Cop Tied To Chair, Roughed Up Allegedly For Taking Photo Of Woman

    Kashmir Cop Tied To Chair, Roughed Up Allegedly For Taking Photo Of Woman

    A policeman in Jammu and Kashmir was tied to a chair and roughed up allegedly because he was caught taking pictures of a woman. He was held hostage by a crowd as they shouted slogans, a video of the incident being widely shared online showed, before being handed to the police and arrested. The incident took place on Saturday in the Ganderbal distri...

  • Talwars' Ordeal Extended - They Will Remain Jailed Till Monday

    Talwars' Ordeal Extended - They Will Remain Jailed Till Monday

    Despite being found innocent yesterday of murdering their only child and their domestic help, dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar are unlikely to leave jail before Monday because a copy of the verdict that acquitted them has not yet been delivered to prison officials. Sources said that the jail does not have a fax machine and that a signed copy ...

  • No Clue About Arvind Kejriwal's Missing WagonR, Party Offers Award

    No Clue About Arvind Kejriwal's Missing WagonR, Party Offers Award

    With no sign of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's blue WagonR which was stolen yesterday, his Aam Aadmi Party or AAP has offered a reward - amount undisclosed - for any information that can lead to the hatchback.

  • Why No Gujarat Poll Date, Questions Opposition, Alleging Link To PM Visit

    Why No Gujarat Poll Date, Questions Opposition, Alleging Link To PM Visit

    The Congress has accused the ruling BJP of pressuring the Election Commission to delay announcing dates for the Gujarat assembly elections, alleging this was done to allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "announce sops" at a mega rally planned in state capital Gandhinagar next week.

  • Rajesh And Nupur Talwar To Walk Out Of Jail After Acquittal: 10 Points

    Rajesh And Nupur Talwar To Walk Out Of Jail After Acquittal: 10 Points

    Dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar are expected to walk out of a prison in Uttar Pradesh on Monday after the Allahabad High Court cleared them of the murder of their teen daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj in 2008. Aarushi, 13, was found dead in her bedroom; Hemraj was the main suspect till his body was found hours later on the roof of t...

  • Delhi's 'Spiderman' Burglar, Expert At Scaling Walls, Caught, Say Police

    Delhi's 'Spiderman' Burglar, Expert At Scaling Walls, Caught, Say Police

    A 24-year-old burglary suspect, known as 'Spiderman' among his associates for his prowess in scaling walls, has been arrested along with three accomplices, the police said on Tuesday. The gang was active in northwest, outer, west Delhi and Rohini areas, they added.

  • Smriti Irani Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'Women In Shorts' Dig At RSS

    Smriti Irani Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'Women In Shorts' Dig At RSS

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's "shorts" comment to allege that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) discriminates against women is indecent and derogatory, union minister Smriti Irani has said.

  • 300 Died Of Dengue In Kerala: Yogi Adityanath Hits Back After CPM's Hospital Barb

    300 Died Of Dengue In Kerala: Yogi Adityanath Hits Back After CPM's Hospital Barb

    Yogi Adityanath's rejoinder came a day after the CPM made its hospital barb at him. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister waited to get to Kerala, where he joined his party's 15-day relay walk through the state to highlight what it has called the ruling CPM's "murder politics" targeting BJP workers.

  • PM Modi Defends Economy, Says Slowdown 'Exaggerated By Pessimists'

    PM Modi Defends Economy, Says Slowdown 'Exaggerated By Pessimists'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday refuted criticism of his government's handling of the economy, stating a "handful of people" are trying to spread a contagion of pessimism based on the slowdown of the last economic quarter, when growth slowed to 5.7 per cent, the lowest in three years.

  • Rajinikanth Will Change Politics, Promises Wife Lata. It's When, Not If

    Rajinikanth Will Change Politics, Promises Wife Lata. It's When, Not If

    When Rajinikanth enters politics, expect "a lot of change", predicted his wife, Lata Rajinikanth in Chennai today. She was less definitive about when that might be: "only he can say when he is ready", she said.

'Divyanshu Dutta Roy' - 852 News Result(s)

  • Air Quality In Delhi Better This Diwali, Shows Pollution Board (CPCB) Data

    Air Quality In Delhi Better This Diwali, Shows Pollution Board (CPCB) Data

    The air quality in New Delhi this Diwali was better than last year, according to a data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). The Air Quality Index (AQI) value on Thursday was 319, putting it in "very poor" category, while the AQI last Diwali (October 30) had touched "severe" level after recording an index value of 431.

  • Rahul Gandhi Has Leadership Qualities, Adapts To Change: Pranab Mukherjee

    Rahul Gandhi Has Leadership Qualities, Adapts To Change: Pranab Mukherjee

    Rahul Gandhi's promotion to president of the Congress should not be judged by outsiders as a travesty of democracy, Pranab Mukherjee told NDTV today, describing the 47-year-old No 2 in his party as "a young man" with the ability "to respond to change, to adapt, to adjust".

  • GST Decision 'Not Taken By PM Modi Alone,' Says PM Modi

    GST Decision 'Not Taken By PM Modi Alone,' Says PM Modi

    Defending the new national sales tax or GST, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that "the decision to implement the reform was not of Prime Minister Modi alone"

  • Rahul Gandhi's 'Weather Report' For Gujarat Forecasts 'Jumlon Ki Baarish'

    Rahul Gandhi's 'Weather Report' For Gujarat Forecasts '<i>Jumlon Ki Baarish</i>'

    Rahul Gandhi, who campaigned in Gujarat last week, warned the state today that it should brace for a shower of empty promises and election rhetoric or jumlon ki baarish as he phrased it on Twitter.

  • In US Congress, Concern Over Gauri Lankesh Murder, Threat To Kancha Ilaiah

    In US Congress, Concern Over Gauri Lankesh Murder, Threat To Kancha Ilaiah

    The murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh and the threats to Dalit author Kancha Ilaiah, including one by a Parliamentarian of India's ruling coalition, have not gone unnoticed even halfway across the world.

  • Kashmir Cop Tied To Chair, Roughed Up Allegedly For Taking Photo Of Woman

    Kashmir Cop Tied To Chair, Roughed Up Allegedly For Taking Photo Of Woman

    A policeman in Jammu and Kashmir was tied to a chair and roughed up allegedly because he was caught taking pictures of a woman. He was held hostage by a crowd as they shouted slogans, a video of the incident being widely shared online showed, before being handed to the police and arrested. The incident took place on Saturday in the Ganderbal distri...

  • Talwars' Ordeal Extended - They Will Remain Jailed Till Monday

    Talwars' Ordeal Extended - They Will Remain Jailed Till Monday

    Despite being found innocent yesterday of murdering their only child and their domestic help, dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar are unlikely to leave jail before Monday because a copy of the verdict that acquitted them has not yet been delivered to prison officials. Sources said that the jail does not have a fax machine and that a signed copy ...

  • No Clue About Arvind Kejriwal's Missing WagonR, Party Offers Award

    No Clue About Arvind Kejriwal's Missing WagonR, Party Offers Award

    With no sign of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's blue WagonR which was stolen yesterday, his Aam Aadmi Party or AAP has offered a reward - amount undisclosed - for any information that can lead to the hatchback.

  • Why No Gujarat Poll Date, Questions Opposition, Alleging Link To PM Visit

    Why No Gujarat Poll Date, Questions Opposition, Alleging Link To PM Visit

    The Congress has accused the ruling BJP of pressuring the Election Commission to delay announcing dates for the Gujarat assembly elections, alleging this was done to allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "announce sops" at a mega rally planned in state capital Gandhinagar next week.

  • Rajesh And Nupur Talwar To Walk Out Of Jail After Acquittal: 10 Points

    Rajesh And Nupur Talwar To Walk Out Of Jail After Acquittal: 10 Points

    Dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar are expected to walk out of a prison in Uttar Pradesh on Monday after the Allahabad High Court cleared them of the murder of their teen daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj in 2008. Aarushi, 13, was found dead in her bedroom; Hemraj was the main suspect till his body was found hours later on the roof of t...

  • Delhi's 'Spiderman' Burglar, Expert At Scaling Walls, Caught, Say Police

    Delhi's 'Spiderman' Burglar, Expert At Scaling Walls, Caught, Say Police

    A 24-year-old burglary suspect, known as 'Spiderman' among his associates for his prowess in scaling walls, has been arrested along with three accomplices, the police said on Tuesday. The gang was active in northwest, outer, west Delhi and Rohini areas, they added.

  • Smriti Irani Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'Women In Shorts' Dig At RSS

    Smriti Irani Takes On Rahul Gandhi For 'Women In Shorts' Dig At RSS

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's "shorts" comment to allege that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) discriminates against women is indecent and derogatory, union minister Smriti Irani has said.

  • 300 Died Of Dengue In Kerala: Yogi Adityanath Hits Back After CPM's Hospital Barb

    300 Died Of Dengue In Kerala: Yogi Adityanath Hits Back After CPM's Hospital Barb

    Yogi Adityanath's rejoinder came a day after the CPM made its hospital barb at him. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister waited to get to Kerala, where he joined his party's 15-day relay walk through the state to highlight what it has called the ruling CPM's "murder politics" targeting BJP workers.

  • PM Modi Defends Economy, Says Slowdown 'Exaggerated By Pessimists'

    PM Modi Defends Economy, Says Slowdown 'Exaggerated By Pessimists'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday refuted criticism of his government's handling of the economy, stating a "handful of people" are trying to spread a contagion of pessimism based on the slowdown of the last economic quarter, when growth slowed to 5.7 per cent, the lowest in three years.

  • Rajinikanth Will Change Politics, Promises Wife Lata. It's When, Not If

    Rajinikanth Will Change Politics, Promises Wife Lata. It's When, Not If

    When Rajinikanth enters politics, expect "a lot of change", predicted his wife, Lata Rajinikanth in Chennai today. She was less definitive about when that might be: "only he can say when he is ready", she said.

  • Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Liquor baron Vijay Mallya was arrested in London today before being released on bail for the second time this year,in a case of money laundering filed by Indian authorities through UK's state prosecutor.

  • 'Am I A Fool To Return My Awards?' Says Actor Prakash Raj

    'Am I A Fool To Return My Awards?' Says Actor Prakash Raj

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's silence on the murder a month ago of journalist Gauri Lankesh is why noted southern actor Prakash Raj says he wants to return his five national awards.

  • Las Vegas Shooter Killed Himself Before Police Could Get Him: 10 Points

    Las Vegas Shooter Killed Himself Before Police Could Get Him: 10 Points

    Stephen Craig Paddock, a 64-year-old Nevada resident identified as the gunman in America's worst mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert on Sunday, had more than 10 guns including machine guns in the hotel room from where he killed at least 59 people and wounded over 500. There have been no reports of any Indian casualty in the mass shooting that US P...

  • Hardik Patel's Meet With Gujarat Government 'Cordial', Stir To Continue

    Hardik Patel's Meet With Gujarat Government 'Cordial', Stir To Continue

    As Rahul Gandhi makes an all-out attempt to convert the anger of Gujarat's powerful Patel or Patidar voters against the ruling BJP into support for the Congress, the state government today invited Hardik Patel and other leaders of the community for talks in Gandhinagar. Hardik Patel, 24, described the meeting as cordial but said the Patel agitation...

  • Intrusion By Pak's Border Action Team Stopped In Jammu And Kashmir

    Intrusion By Pak's Border Action Team Stopped In Jammu And Kashmir

    A strike by about seven to eight members of Pakistan's Border Action Team or BAT along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Keran sector was stopped by security forces, the army said on Tuesday. The incident took place around 1 pm. The BAT soldiers were provided cover fire by mortar and small arms fire by the Pakistani military, army official...

  • PM Modi's 16,000-Crore Power Point: Free Electricity Connections For Poor

    PM Modi's 16,000-Crore Power Point: Free Electricity Connections For Poor

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched the 'Saubhagya scheme' to give free electricity connections to poor families in both cities and villages by 2018 with a total outlay of Rs 16,320 crores, which will be funded largely by the centre. No poor person will have to pay for electricity connections, the Prime Minster has said.

  • PM Modi Sets Up Economic Advisory Council With Bibek Debroy As Chief

    PM Modi Sets Up Economic Advisory Council With Bibek Debroy As Chief

    Amid worries over an economic slowdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set up a five-member panel of economists headed by NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy to advise him.

  • Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Challenges Conviction In Rape Case

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Challenges Conviction In Rape Case

    Self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping two women, has challenged his conviction in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, news agency PTI reported on Monday.

  • 3 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir, Were Planning Uri-Like Attack, Say Police

    3 Terrorists Killed In Kashmir, Were Planning Uri-Like Attack, Say Police

    Three terrorists were killed by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri on Sunday, averting a major attack like the one on an Army base in the same area last year, the police said. Early investigations suggested they belonged to Pakistan-based Laskkar-e-Taiba, they added.

  • Navratri 2017: When Is Navratri And Why Do We Celebrate It

    Navratri 2017: When Is Navratri And Why Do We Celebrate It

    The festival of Navratri (literally meaning nine nights) is one of the most widely celebrated Hindu festivals. It is celebrated to honour Goddess Durga who symbolizes power and purity. Navratri is famous for the ritual of fasting or avoiding food grains like rice, wheat and pulses for nine consecutive days. Along with Goddess Durga (and her other f...

  • Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    Journalist Says She Got Rape, Death Threats For Slamming Music Video

    A journalist from an online news company has said she has faced rape and death threats for a video she produced that called out a music video as sexist and abusive. Deeksha Sharma, who works for The Quint, said the online venom against her and the news website flared up after the two-year-old music video by YouTuber Omprakash Mishra called 'Bol Na ...

  • Under-Construction Flyover Collapses In Bhubaneswar's Bomikhal Area, 1 Dead, 20 Injured

    Under-Construction Flyover Collapses In Bhubaneswar's Bomikhal Area, 1 Dead, 20 Injured

    At least one person was killed and four injured after a part of an under-construction flyover collapsed in Bhubaneswars Bomikhal area in Odisha today, news agency ANI reported.

  • Digvijaya Singh Apologises After Posting Misleading Video Of Ravish Kumar

    Digvijaya Singh Apologises After Posting Misleading Video Of Ravish Kumar

    Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh apologised to NDTV anchor Ravish Kumar today after sharing a video on Twitter that incorrectly suggested the latter had abused Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a public speech on Wednesday.

  • PM Following Someone On Twitter Is Not Character Certificate, Says Party

    PM Following Someone On Twitter Is Not Character Certificate, Says Party

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi "has never blocked or unfollowed anyone on Twitter" and his following someone is "not a character certificate", his party said today after accounts followed by Mr Modi posted vicious and abusive messages celebrating or justifying the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh.

  • 5 Killed As Bus Stand Collapses In Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore

    5 Killed As Bus Stand Collapses In Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore

    Five people were killed after the roof of a bus stand collapsed in Somanur on the outskirts of Coimbatore city in Tamil Nadu today.

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