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'Edited By Debanish Achom' - 647 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Handed Probe Report On Exiled CBI Chief, With An Apology

    Supreme Court Handed Probe Report On Exiled CBI Chief, With An Apology

    An inquiry report into corruption allegations against exiled CBI director Alok Verma was handed over in a sealed cover to the Supreme Court today by the Central Vigilance Commission, which had to apologise for being a day late in submitting the document. The case will be taken up on Friday, said Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, rebuking the vigilance bo...

  • Around 70% Polling In Chhattisgarh Phase 1 Amid Maoist Threat: 10 Points

    Around 70% Polling In Chhattisgarh Phase 1 Amid Maoist Threat: 10 Points

    Election in Chhattisgarh: Polling has ended in 18 seats in Chhattisgarh's Maoist-hit areas. The remaining 72 constituencies will vote on November 20. The BJP government led by Chief Minister Raman Singh is looking to hold on to power for a fourth term. The Congress campaign is trying to swing votes by promising to keep farmers happy and not letting...

  • Booby Traps, Iron Spikes: Chhattisgarh Maoists' Deadly Plan Before Polls

    Booby Traps, Iron Spikes: Chhattisgarh Maoists' Deadly Plan Before Polls

    Maoists from Maharashtra, Telangana and Odisha have crossed into Chhattisgarh ahead of the first phase of polling on Monday in a bid to disrupt the elections, intelligence sources said today. Voting for the second phase is on November 20.

  • "Will Learn From China": Imran Khan On Anti-Poverty Plan Amid Debt Crisis

    "Will Learn From China": Imran Khan On Anti-Poverty Plan Amid Debt Crisis

    Pakistan will use the same model that China has implemented to fight poverty and improve the standard of living, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said. Mr Khan, who visited China earlier this month, is looking to steer the country out of a possible debt crisis and has approached the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.

  • Citing Maoism, Amit Shah Explains Why Congress Not Good For Chhattisgarh

    Citing Maoism, Amit Shah Explains Why Congress Not Good For Chhattisgarh

    The Raman Singh government in Chhattisgarh has made the state "almost free" of Maoists and developed it as a hub of power and cement production, BJP president Amit Shah said today as he released the party's manifesto for the state where the BJP has been in power for three terms.

  • Poll Panel, Mizoram Groups Talks End, Election Officer May Be Replaced

    Poll Panel, Mizoram Groups Talks End, Election Officer May Be Replaced

    The Election Commission has agreed to the main demands of civil society groups in Mizoram protesting against the recent appointment of the state's chief electoral officer, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. The outcome of the talks between an Election Commission team and the groups was positive, they said.

  • "Congress Backing Urban Maoists Driving Big Cars," Says PM: 10 Points

    "Congress Backing Urban Maoists Driving Big Cars," Says PM: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit the campaign trail today in Chhattisgarh, where people will vote for the assembly elections in two phases on November 12 and 20. Mr Gandhi attacked the BJP government over alleged inaction against insolvent businessmen who have "fled the country". "You have heard about Nirav Modi....

  • "Rahul Gandhi Had Assured Me Ticket": Vyapam Whistleblower After Snub

    "Rahul Gandhi Had Assured Me Ticket": Vyapam Whistleblower After Snub

    The whistleblower in the Vyapam exam scam is not on the list of Congress candidates who will fight the Madhya Pradesh assembly election on November 28. Anand Rai was the first person to go to the high court alleging that candidates bribed government officials to make it to the list of those who cleared the test, without taking the Madhya Pradesh Pr...

  • "Thanks Guys, Car Took The Hit": Babul Supriyo After Accident In Delhi

    "Thanks Guys, Car Took The Hit": Babul Supriyo After Accident In Delhi

    The car in which Union Minister Babul Supriyo was travelling was hit from behind by a passenger bus on a flyover in Delhi this morning. The minister tweeted minutes after the accident that he was safe. He said he had to take the wheels to calm down his visibly shaken driver after the accident.

  • With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has competed its first deterrence patrol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. "I congratulate all those involved, especially the crew of INS Arihant for this accomplishment, which will always be remembered in our history," PM Modi said.

  • Fire Breaks Out At Building Housing Offices In Kolkata's Park Street

    Fire Breaks Out At Building Housing Offices In Kolkata's Park Street

    A fire broke out at an eight-storey building at the crowded Park Street area in central Kolkata this morning. Ten fire trucks rushed in and doused the blaze at Apeejay House, where several companies have offices.

  • Thick Smog In Delhi Before Diwali, Pollution Over 20 Times Safe Limit

    Thick Smog In Delhi Before Diwali, Pollution Over 20 Times Safe Limit

    The residents of Delhi woke up to a thick blanket of smog this morning amid warnings by weather officials of falling air quality in the national capital two days before Diwali. The levels of the pollutant PM2.5 was at a "hazardous" 644 or over 20 times the safe limit prescribed by the WHO this morning at south Delhi's Okhla, according to data from ...

  • "Completely Illegal": Congress Approaches Top Court In Support Of CBI Chief

    "Completely Illegal": Congress Approaches Top Court In Support Of CBI Chief

    Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has approached the Supreme Court against the government's move to send CBI chief Alok Verma on forced leave, calling it "completely illegal and arbitrary". Mr Kharge wants the top court to set aside the centre's order divesting Mr Verma of his powers.

  • Ex-BSP Lawmaker's Son, Who Waved Gun At Delhi 5-Star Hotel, Gets Bail

    Ex-BSP Lawmaker's Son, Who Waved Gun At Delhi 5-Star Hotel, Gets Bail

    Ashish Pandey, the BSP leader's son who waved a gun and threatened a woman at a five-star hotel in Delhi, was released on bail today. Pandey had gone missing for some days since he was seen in a mobile video waving the gun, abusing and threatening a woman at the Hyatt Regency on October 14.

  • Top Court Rejects CBI Plea To Reopen Bofors Case Over Delay Of 4,500 Days

    Top Court Rejects CBI Plea To Reopen Bofors Case Over Delay Of 4,500 Days

    The Supreme Court today dismissed the CBI's appeal against the Delhi High Court verdict discharging all the accused including the Hinduja brothers in the Bofors case. A top court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said it was not convinced with the reason the Central Bureau of Investigation gave over the delay in filing the appeal.

'Edited By Debanish Achom' - 647 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Handed Probe Report On Exiled CBI Chief, With An Apology

    Supreme Court Handed Probe Report On Exiled CBI Chief, With An Apology

    An inquiry report into corruption allegations against exiled CBI director Alok Verma was handed over in a sealed cover to the Supreme Court today by the Central Vigilance Commission, which had to apologise for being a day late in submitting the document. The case will be taken up on Friday, said Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, rebuking the vigilance bo...

  • Around 70% Polling In Chhattisgarh Phase 1 Amid Maoist Threat: 10 Points

    Around 70% Polling In Chhattisgarh Phase 1 Amid Maoist Threat: 10 Points

    Election in Chhattisgarh: Polling has ended in 18 seats in Chhattisgarh's Maoist-hit areas. The remaining 72 constituencies will vote on November 20. The BJP government led by Chief Minister Raman Singh is looking to hold on to power for a fourth term. The Congress campaign is trying to swing votes by promising to keep farmers happy and not letting...

  • Booby Traps, Iron Spikes: Chhattisgarh Maoists' Deadly Plan Before Polls

    Booby Traps, Iron Spikes: Chhattisgarh Maoists' Deadly Plan Before Polls

    Maoists from Maharashtra, Telangana and Odisha have crossed into Chhattisgarh ahead of the first phase of polling on Monday in a bid to disrupt the elections, intelligence sources said today. Voting for the second phase is on November 20.

  • "Will Learn From China": Imran Khan On Anti-Poverty Plan Amid Debt Crisis

    "Will Learn From China": Imran Khan On Anti-Poverty Plan Amid Debt Crisis

    Pakistan will use the same model that China has implemented to fight poverty and improve the standard of living, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said. Mr Khan, who visited China earlier this month, is looking to steer the country out of a possible debt crisis and has approached the International Monetary Fund for a bailout.

  • Citing Maoism, Amit Shah Explains Why Congress Not Good For Chhattisgarh

    Citing Maoism, Amit Shah Explains Why Congress Not Good For Chhattisgarh

    The Raman Singh government in Chhattisgarh has made the state "almost free" of Maoists and developed it as a hub of power and cement production, BJP president Amit Shah said today as he released the party's manifesto for the state where the BJP has been in power for three terms.

  • Poll Panel, Mizoram Groups Talks End, Election Officer May Be Replaced

    Poll Panel, Mizoram Groups Talks End, Election Officer May Be Replaced

    The Election Commission has agreed to the main demands of civil society groups in Mizoram protesting against the recent appointment of the state's chief electoral officer, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. The outcome of the talks between an Election Commission team and the groups was positive, they said.

  • "Congress Backing Urban Maoists Driving Big Cars," Says PM: 10 Points

    "Congress Backing Urban Maoists Driving Big Cars," Says PM: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit the campaign trail today in Chhattisgarh, where people will vote for the assembly elections in two phases on November 12 and 20. Mr Gandhi attacked the BJP government over alleged inaction against insolvent businessmen who have "fled the country". "You have heard about Nirav Modi....

  • "Rahul Gandhi Had Assured Me Ticket": Vyapam Whistleblower After Snub

    "Rahul Gandhi Had Assured Me Ticket": Vyapam Whistleblower After Snub

    The whistleblower in the Vyapam exam scam is not on the list of Congress candidates who will fight the Madhya Pradesh assembly election on November 28. Anand Rai was the first person to go to the high court alleging that candidates bribed government officials to make it to the list of those who cleared the test, without taking the Madhya Pradesh Pr...

  • "Thanks Guys, Car Took The Hit": Babul Supriyo After Accident In Delhi

    "Thanks Guys, Car Took The Hit": Babul Supriyo After Accident In Delhi

    The car in which Union Minister Babul Supriyo was travelling was hit from behind by a passenger bus on a flyover in Delhi this morning. The minister tweeted minutes after the accident that he was safe. He said he had to take the wheels to calm down his visibly shaken driver after the accident.

  • With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has competed its first deterrence patrol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. "I congratulate all those involved, especially the crew of INS Arihant for this accomplishment, which will always be remembered in our history," PM Modi said.

  • Fire Breaks Out At Building Housing Offices In Kolkata's Park Street

    Fire Breaks Out At Building Housing Offices In Kolkata's Park Street

    A fire broke out at an eight-storey building at the crowded Park Street area in central Kolkata this morning. Ten fire trucks rushed in and doused the blaze at Apeejay House, where several companies have offices.

  • Thick Smog In Delhi Before Diwali, Pollution Over 20 Times Safe Limit

    Thick Smog In Delhi Before Diwali, Pollution Over 20 Times Safe Limit

    The residents of Delhi woke up to a thick blanket of smog this morning amid warnings by weather officials of falling air quality in the national capital two days before Diwali. The levels of the pollutant PM2.5 was at a "hazardous" 644 or over 20 times the safe limit prescribed by the WHO this morning at south Delhi's Okhla, according to data from ...

  • "Completely Illegal": Congress Approaches Top Court In Support Of CBI Chief

    "Completely Illegal": Congress Approaches Top Court In Support Of CBI Chief

    Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has approached the Supreme Court against the government's move to send CBI chief Alok Verma on forced leave, calling it "completely illegal and arbitrary". Mr Kharge wants the top court to set aside the centre's order divesting Mr Verma of his powers.

  • Ex-BSP Lawmaker's Son, Who Waved Gun At Delhi 5-Star Hotel, Gets Bail

    Ex-BSP Lawmaker's Son, Who Waved Gun At Delhi 5-Star Hotel, Gets Bail

    Ashish Pandey, the BSP leader's son who waved a gun and threatened a woman at a five-star hotel in Delhi, was released on bail today. Pandey had gone missing for some days since he was seen in a mobile video waving the gun, abusing and threatening a woman at the Hyatt Regency on October 14.

  • Top Court Rejects CBI Plea To Reopen Bofors Case Over Delay Of 4,500 Days

    Top Court Rejects CBI Plea To Reopen Bofors Case Over Delay Of 4,500 Days

    The Supreme Court today dismissed the CBI's appeal against the Delhi High Court verdict discharging all the accused including the Hinduja brothers in the Bofors case. A top court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said it was not convinced with the reason the Central Bureau of Investigation gave over the delay in filing the appeal.

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