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'Edited By Aloke Tikku' - 440 News Result(s)

  • From Sushma Swaraj At UN, A Measured Rebuttal To Trump's Jab At India

    From Sushma Swaraj At UN, A Measured Rebuttal To Trump's Jab At India

    Reiterating India's commitment to the Paris Climate Accord, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday said India's unflinching backing for the climate change pact was an outcome of a philosophy that was at least 5,000 years old. "This is not because we are afraid of any power, influenced by friend or foe, or tempted by some imagined greed," she de...

  • Amid Sushma Swaraj's Takedown Of Pakistan At UN, A Veiled Dig At China

    Amid Sushma Swaraj's Takedown Of Pakistan At UN, A Veiled Dig At China

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj was unsparing in her attacks on Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday, mercilessly lampooning PM Abbasi's speech that had pointed fingers at India. But the Foreign Minister didn't miss the opportunity to take a thinly-veiled dig at China as well, the veto-wie...

  • We Made IITs, Pakistan Made Lashkar, Says Sushma Swaraj At UN: 10 Points

    We Made IITs, Pakistan Made Lashkar, Says Sushma Swaraj At UN: 10 Points

    In a takedown of Pakistan for its non-stop support to terrorism, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday dismissed Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's accusations of violating human rights, telling the United Nations General Assembly, "Look who is talking". "We are completely engaged in fighting poverty; alas our neighbour Pakistan se...

  • 22 Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Shut Down In Delhi's Hauz Khas Village

    22 Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Shut Down In Delhi's Hauz Khas Village

    Days after the high court called south Delhi's Hauz Khas Village known for its restaurants, bars, and cafes "a ticking time bomb", the city government on Saturday ordered 22 well-known eating joints to be shut down for violating pollution norms.

  • 'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    A petitioner has filed a petition in Supreme Court to force the authorities to "abolish" world's most lethal creature from India: Mosquitoes.

  • 'Feel Like Part Of 007 Movie': Karti Chidambaram's Swipe At CBI For Its Claims In Supreme Court

    'Feel Like Part Of 007 Movie': Karti Chidambaram's Swipe At CBI For Its Claims In Supreme Court

    Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram dared the Central Bureau of Investigation to back up its "absolute lie" about his son Karti Chidambaram's secret foreign bank accounts and asked the central agency to reveal the "undisclosed assets" owned by the family. If the CBI can find any, the family would readily turn over these assets to the government, t...

  • Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, went abroad to close his undisclosed foreign bank accounts and transfer the money from these accounts, the Central Bureau of Investigation told the Supreme Court today in defence of the lookout circular against the senior politician's son.

  • Bihar Congress MLAs Worthless, I Talk To Sonia Gandhi, Rahul: Lalu Yadav

    Bihar Congress MLAs Worthless, I Talk To Sonia Gandhi, Rahul: Lalu Yadav

    Piqued at the consistent pinpricks from Bihar Congress leaders, Lalu Yadav took a swipe at them, saying that he did not take note of what "chirkut", colloquially pipsqueak, leaders in the Congress said. The Rashtriya Janata Dal chief, who has been the Congress ally for more than a decade, also used his characteristic humour to pack in a warning: an...

  • PM Narendra Modi In Varanasi After Big UP Win, To Launch Key Schemes: 10 Points

    PM Narendra Modi In Varanasi After Big UP Win, To Launch Key Schemes: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Varanasi on a two-day visit, his first trip to his parliamentary constituency after the BJPs oversized victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections earlier this year. PM Modi, 67, had camped for three days in the holy city in March that helped give the BJP 312 of the 403 seats, the biggest majority for any party in Utt...

  • BJP's Jibe At Congress President Sonia Gandhi After Her Letter To PM Modi

    BJP's Jibe At Congress President Sonia Gandhi After Her Letter To PM Modi

    Opposition leader Sonia Gandhi's letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi nudging him to take advantage of his government's majority in parliament to give more power to women has drawn jeers from the BJP. Instead of PM Modi, the party said, the Congress president should have directed her appeal at her two allies, Rashtriya Janata Dal's Lalu Yada...

  • Ahead Of Party Conclave, Mulayam Yadav Sends a Sharp Message To His Son

    Ahead Of Party Conclave, Mulayam Yadav Sends a Sharp Message To His Son

    In a sign that efforts to get Mulayam Singh Yadav and son Akhilesh Yadav reconcile their differences ahead of a party conclave next month were headed south, the Samajwadi Party patriarch today sacked his son's confidant Ramgopal Yadav as secretary of the Lohia Trust, replacing him with his own, Shivpal Yadav.

  • 21-Year-Old Killed In Delhi After 'No Smoking' Request, 'Drunk' Driver Rams Into Bike: Cops

    21-Year-Old Killed In Delhi After 'No Smoking' Request, 'Drunk' Driver Rams Into Bike: Cops

    Angered at two persons objecting to him smoking near them at a roadside eatery, a man allegedly waited for the two to leave and rammed his car into their motorcycle 300 metres away before hitting two more vehicles. Gurpreet Singh, 21, died on Wednesday after battling for life for three days.

  • Amid Slowdown Alert, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Promises To Do What Is 'Necessary'

    Amid Slowdown Alert, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Promises To Do What Is 'Necessary'

    India is considering "necessary" steps to lift economic growth that slipped to a three-year low in the first quarter of this financial year, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday.

  • SpiceJet Aircraft Overshoots Runway At Mumbai Airport After Heavy Rains

    SpiceJet Aircraft Overshoots Runway At Mumbai Airport After Heavy Rains

    A SpiceJet flight carrying 183 passengers skidded off the wet runway and got stuck in the mud at Mumbai airport late on Tuesday evening. No one was hurt and all the passengers are safe.

  • In Jail, Prisoner Gurmeet Ram Rahim Makes Rs 20 Daily, Grows Vegetables

    In Jail, Prisoner Gurmeet Ram Rahim Makes Rs 20 Daily, Grows Vegetables

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the flamboyant chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect who built an empire worth thousands of crores, is growing vegetables in jail. He is being paid Rs 20 a day, a top Haryana prison official has said.

'Edited By Aloke Tikku' - 440 News Result(s)

  • From Sushma Swaraj At UN, A Measured Rebuttal To Trump's Jab At India

    From Sushma Swaraj At UN, A Measured Rebuttal To Trump's Jab At India

    Reiterating India's commitment to the Paris Climate Accord, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday said India's unflinching backing for the climate change pact was an outcome of a philosophy that was at least 5,000 years old. "This is not because we are afraid of any power, influenced by friend or foe, or tempted by some imagined greed," she de...

  • Amid Sushma Swaraj's Takedown Of Pakistan At UN, A Veiled Dig At China

    Amid Sushma Swaraj's Takedown Of Pakistan At UN, A Veiled Dig At China

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj was unsparing in her attacks on Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday, mercilessly lampooning PM Abbasi's speech that had pointed fingers at India. But the Foreign Minister didn't miss the opportunity to take a thinly-veiled dig at China as well, the veto-wie...

  • We Made IITs, Pakistan Made Lashkar, Says Sushma Swaraj At UN: 10 Points

    We Made IITs, Pakistan Made Lashkar, Says Sushma Swaraj At UN: 10 Points

    In a takedown of Pakistan for its non-stop support to terrorism, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday dismissed Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's accusations of violating human rights, telling the United Nations General Assembly, "Look who is talking". "We are completely engaged in fighting poverty; alas our neighbour Pakistan se...

  • 22 Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Shut Down In Delhi's Hauz Khas Village

    22 Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Shut Down In Delhi's Hauz Khas Village

    Days after the high court called south Delhi's Hauz Khas Village known for its restaurants, bars, and cafes "a ticking time bomb", the city government on Saturday ordered 22 well-known eating joints to be shut down for violating pollution norms.

  • 'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    A petitioner has filed a petition in Supreme Court to force the authorities to "abolish" world's most lethal creature from India: Mosquitoes.

  • 'Feel Like Part Of 007 Movie': Karti Chidambaram's Swipe At CBI For Its Claims In Supreme Court

    'Feel Like Part Of 007 Movie': Karti Chidambaram's Swipe At CBI For Its Claims In Supreme Court

    Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram dared the Central Bureau of Investigation to back up its "absolute lie" about his son Karti Chidambaram's secret foreign bank accounts and asked the central agency to reveal the "undisclosed assets" owned by the family. If the CBI can find any, the family would readily turn over these assets to the government, t...

  • Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, went abroad to close his undisclosed foreign bank accounts and transfer the money from these accounts, the Central Bureau of Investigation told the Supreme Court today in defence of the lookout circular against the senior politician's son.

  • Bihar Congress MLAs Worthless, I Talk To Sonia Gandhi, Rahul: Lalu Yadav

    Bihar Congress MLAs Worthless, I Talk To Sonia Gandhi, Rahul: Lalu Yadav

    Piqued at the consistent pinpricks from Bihar Congress leaders, Lalu Yadav took a swipe at them, saying that he did not take note of what "chirkut", colloquially pipsqueak, leaders in the Congress said. The Rashtriya Janata Dal chief, who has been the Congress ally for more than a decade, also used his characteristic humour to pack in a warning: an...

  • PM Narendra Modi In Varanasi After Big UP Win, To Launch Key Schemes: 10 Points

    PM Narendra Modi In Varanasi After Big UP Win, To Launch Key Schemes: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Varanasi on a two-day visit, his first trip to his parliamentary constituency after the BJPs oversized victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections earlier this year. PM Modi, 67, had camped for three days in the holy city in March that helped give the BJP 312 of the 403 seats, the biggest majority for any party in Utt...

  • BJP's Jibe At Congress President Sonia Gandhi After Her Letter To PM Modi

    BJP's Jibe At Congress President Sonia Gandhi After Her Letter To PM Modi

    Opposition leader Sonia Gandhi's letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi nudging him to take advantage of his government's majority in parliament to give more power to women has drawn jeers from the BJP. Instead of PM Modi, the party said, the Congress president should have directed her appeal at her two allies, Rashtriya Janata Dal's Lalu Yada...

  • Ahead Of Party Conclave, Mulayam Yadav Sends a Sharp Message To His Son

    Ahead Of Party Conclave, Mulayam Yadav Sends a Sharp Message To His Son

    In a sign that efforts to get Mulayam Singh Yadav and son Akhilesh Yadav reconcile their differences ahead of a party conclave next month were headed south, the Samajwadi Party patriarch today sacked his son's confidant Ramgopal Yadav as secretary of the Lohia Trust, replacing him with his own, Shivpal Yadav.

  • 21-Year-Old Killed In Delhi After 'No Smoking' Request, 'Drunk' Driver Rams Into Bike: Cops

    21-Year-Old Killed In Delhi After 'No Smoking' Request, 'Drunk' Driver Rams Into Bike: Cops

    Angered at two persons objecting to him smoking near them at a roadside eatery, a man allegedly waited for the two to leave and rammed his car into their motorcycle 300 metres away before hitting two more vehicles. Gurpreet Singh, 21, died on Wednesday after battling for life for three days.

  • Amid Slowdown Alert, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Promises To Do What Is 'Necessary'

    Amid Slowdown Alert, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Promises To Do What Is 'Necessary'

    India is considering "necessary" steps to lift economic growth that slipped to a three-year low in the first quarter of this financial year, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday.

  • SpiceJet Aircraft Overshoots Runway At Mumbai Airport After Heavy Rains

    SpiceJet Aircraft Overshoots Runway At Mumbai Airport After Heavy Rains

    A SpiceJet flight carrying 183 passengers skidded off the wet runway and got stuck in the mud at Mumbai airport late on Tuesday evening. No one was hurt and all the passengers are safe.

  • In Jail, Prisoner Gurmeet Ram Rahim Makes Rs 20 Daily, Grows Vegetables

    In Jail, Prisoner Gurmeet Ram Rahim Makes Rs 20 Daily, Grows Vegetables

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the flamboyant chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect who built an empire worth thousands of crores, is growing vegetables in jail. He is being paid Rs 20 a day, a top Haryana prison official has said.

  • Pradyuman's Murder Could Have Been Averted: CBSE Notice To Ryan International School

    Pradyuman's Murder Could Have Been Averted: CBSE Notice To Ryan International School

    Acting on an inquiry report into the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur that indicted Ryan International School of negligence on multiple counts, the Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE, has sent notice to the school to explain why it should not be stripped of its affiliation to the country top education body.

  • Car, Bike Owners Aren't Starving: Minister Alphons On High Fuel Prices

    Car, Bike Owners Aren't Starving: Minister Alphons On High Fuel Prices

    People who own bikes and cars are not starving and can afford to pay higher prices for fuel, Union Minister KJ Alphons said on Saturday, drawing sharp criticism from the Congress that attributed the minister's "insensitive" remarks to the long years he had spent in the bureaucracy.

  • Didn't Like Your Meal On Train? You Can Now Rate It On A Tablet

    Didn't Like Your Meal On Train? You Can Now Rate It On A Tablet

    A rant on social media may soon not be the only option for rail passengers unhappy with the food served to them on their journeys. Passengers on superfast trains such as Rajdhani and Shatabdi will soon be able to give instant feedback on a tablet that will be passed around passengers before they get off the train.

  • In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    Pehlu Khan's son Irshad Khan is preparing to fight two legal battles. He always knew he had to fight off a case for cow smuggling slapped on him by the police after his 55-year-old father was killed by cow vigilantes on the national highway in Rajasthan's Alwar this April. After the Rajasthan police's clean chit to the six men identified by his fat...

  • On Video, Uttarakhand Education Minister Arvind Pandey Insults Teacher, Gets His Math Wrong

    On Video, Uttarakhand Education Minister Arvind Pandey Insults Teacher, Gets His Math Wrong

    A surprise visit by Uttarakhand Education Minister Arvind Pandey to a government school turned out to be a humiliating experience for a class 8 school teacher who was pulled up by the minister in front of her class this week. The minister then took it upon himself to ask the teacher a few "basic" questions. Somewhere along the way, he turned rules ...

  • Ahmedabad Blasts 'Brain' Caught After Offensive Social Media Post: Police

    Ahmedabad Blasts 'Brain' Caught After Offensive Social Media Post: Police

    Tausif Khan, the 35-year-old engineer arrested for plotting the serial blasts in Gujarat's Ahmedabad city in 2008, was caught after a cyber cafe owner reported him for a social media post, a top Bihar police officer said on Thursday.

  • In Breather For Palaniswami Government, Madras High Court Says No Trust Vote Before Next Week

    In Breather For Palaniswami Government, Madras High Court Says No Trust Vote Before Next Week

    The question whether Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami should face a trust vote in the assembly reached the Madras High Court today, with both opposition DMK and the rebel TTV Dhinakaran faction of the ruling AIADMK standing on the same side in the court.

  • No Space Inside, Madhya Pradesh Hospital Treats Pregnant Woman Under Tree

    No Space Inside, Madhya Pradesh Hospital Treats Pregnant Woman Under Tree

    A pregnant woman rushed to the government hospital by her family in Madhya Pradesh is being treated under a tree, reportedly because there is no space inside for her.

  • As 'Tribute' To Pradyuman Thakur, Hackers Take Down Ryan School Websites

    As 'Tribute' To Pradyuman Thakur, Hackers Take Down Ryan School Websites

    A group of hackers on Wednesday took down multiple websites linked to the Ryan International group that runs a chain of private schools including Gurgaon's Ryan International where a seven-year-old student Pradyuman Thakur was killed on September 8.

  • Home Ministry Puts 1,200 Foreign Funded NGOs On Notice For Violations

    Home Ministry Puts 1,200 Foreign Funded NGOs On Notice For Violations

    Continuing its crackdown on foreign-funded NGOs, the Home Ministry has sent notices to over 1,200 non-profits across the country for violating the stringent law that regulates non-profits that receive money from abroad.

  • A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    A Hug, Roadshow With PM Modi As Japan's Abe Starts Gujarat Tour: 10 Facts

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe changed into a Indian-style kurta-pyjama and Nehru jacket today before going on a roadshow with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after landing in Gujarat's Ahmedabad for a two-day visit. Underscoring the importance of India-Japan ties, PM Modi went to the airport and received his Japanese counterpart with a warm hug. ...

  • 'No Proof': Why Sharad Yadav Loses Claim To Party Symbol

    'No Proof': Why Sharad Yadav Loses Claim To Party Symbol

    Sharad Yadav's assertion that he, and not Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, represented the "real" Janata Dal United received a hit on Tuesday when the Election Commission refused to entertain his request because he hadn't backed his claim with documentary evidence.

  • 2 Buses Torched In Surat After Police Detain Dozen Patidar Protesters

    2 Buses Torched In Surat After Police Detain Dozen Patidar Protesters

    Two buses were torched by Patidar youth in Surat, Gujarat's diamond city, on Tuesday evening after police detained some youth allegedly trying to disrupt an event by the BJP's youth wing in the city. The incident took place in Patidar-dominated Varaccha locality of Surat.

  • Lawmakers' Assets Known, Time to Talk of Income Source: Supreme Court

    Lawmakers' Assets Known, Time to Talk of Income Source: Supreme Court

    Why should aspiring lawmakers get "immunity" from disclosing their source of income, the Supreme Court questioned today while hearing a petition that cited instances of lawmakers declaring only a sharp increase in the value of their assets.

  • Every Voter Has A Right To Abstain, Election Commission Tells Supreme Court On NOTA In Rajya Sabha Polls

    Every Voter Has A Right To Abstain, Election Commission Tells Supreme Court On NOTA In Rajya Sabha Polls

    A last-minute petition by the Congress against NOTA, or the None of The Above option at Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat was an abuse of court process, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court in an affidavit The election body said the law recognises that voters are free not to vote, and NOTA reflected this right.

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