Edited By Debanish Achom


'Edited By Debanish Achom' - 884 News Result(s)

  • Congress's "Chowkidar Chor Hai" Ad Banned By Poll Commission

    Congress's "<i>Chowkidar Chor Hai</i>" Ad Banned By Poll Commission

    The Election Commission has banned the Congress's "Chowkidar Chor Hai" ad campaign, saying while the order has come from Madhya Pradesh, it will be effective in all states. "If one state has banned it then it will not be shown in other states also," the Election Commission said in Delhi today. It is, however, possible to appeal against the decision...

  • "Should I Kill Myself?" Indian In Saudi Tweets SOS. Sushma Swaraj's Reply

    "Should I Kill Myself?" Indian In Saudi Tweets SOS. Sushma Swaraj's Reply

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, while troubleshooting on Twitter the problems of Indians who are living abroad, came across a post by a man who alleged he would "commit suicide" if he was unable to return to India from Saudi Arabia.

  • General Elections 2019: "Today Is The Day" - Kamal Haasan, Daughter Shruti Vote Early In Chennai

    General Elections 2019: "Today Is The Day" - Kamal Haasan, Daughter Shruti Vote Early In Chennai

    Actor-politician Kamal Haasan and his daughter Shruti Haasan were among early voters in Tamil Nadu this morning. The father-daughter duo was seen standing in queue outside a polling booth in Chennai to cast their vote in the second phase of the Lok Sabha election.

  • "All Religions Are Equal", Says P Chidambaram After Casting Vote

    "All Religions Are Equal", Says P Chidambaram After Casting Vote

    Former finance minister P Chidambaram and his family cast their vote at Tamil Nadu's Sivaganga constituency minutes after voting opened this morning. The former union minister's son Karti Chidambaram is fighting on a Congress ticket from Sivaganga.

  • "Hope More Youngsters Head To Polling Booths Today": PM Modi

    "Hope More Youngsters Head To Polling Booths Today": PM Modi

    Minutes before voting began in the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an early morning tweet encouraged people to come out and vote in large numbers.

  • General Elections: "Somebody Forwarded It": BJP Leader On Obscene Slur For Rahul Gandhi

    General Elections: "Somebody Forwarded It": BJP Leader On Obscene Slur For Rahul Gandhi

    Himachal Pradesh BJP chief Satpal Singh Satti, who was seen in a video using an expletive against Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, refused to own up to using abusive language. He said his speech at a rally on Monday that was widely criticised by the Congress was "read out from a forwarded Facebook message" and it was not his own.

  • "Only Because Of Sabarimala": Top Court To Hear Plea On Women In Mosques

    "Only Because Of Sabarimala": Top Court To Hear Plea On Women In Mosques

    The Supreme Court today said it will examine a plea for allowing entry of women into mosques without any restrictions, and issued a notice to the government, the Central Waqf Council and the All India Muslim Personal Law Board. "We are hearing this case because of the Sabarimala verdict. We will see..." the top court said today. In a landmark verdi...

  • Mayawati Gets No Reprieve From Ban, Top Court "Satisfied" With Action

    Mayawati Gets No Reprieve From Ban, Top Court "Satisfied" With Action

    A plea by Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati that challenged a ban on her from campaigning for 48 hours by the Election Commission was turned down by the Supreme Court today. "It seems the Election Commission has woken up by our orders and barred various politicians from campaigning for varying timing. This makes it clear no further orders are requ...

  • Urmila Matondkar Gets Police Cover After Congress-BJP Clash in Mumbai

    Urmila Matondkar Gets Police Cover After Congress-BJP Clash in Mumbai

    Actor-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar was granted police protection after a fight broke out between Congress and BJP supporters while she was campaigning at a coastal suburb in Mumbai today. Ms Matondkar, who is contesting the national elections on a Congress ticket from North Mumbai constituency, had sought police cover soon after the incident.

  • Shashi Tharoor In Hospital After Injuries During Ritual At Kerala Temple

    Shashi Tharoor In Hospital After Injuries During Ritual At Kerala Temple

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor received six stitches on his head after he injured himself while offering prayers at a temple in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram, sources said. He was weighing himself on a giant scale as part of the "thulabharam" ritual in which a person sits on the scale against a mound of offerings like fruit and sweets, equal to the d...

  • BJP Lawmaker Sings For Indian Army. "Glad You Copied," Says Pak Officer

    BJP Lawmaker Sings For Indian Army. "Glad You Copied," Says Pak Officer

    A Twitter duel has broken out between a BJP legislator from Telangana and the spokesperson of the Pakistani armed forces over a self-composed song by the politician, which the Pakistani officer claimed was plagiarised from them.

  • General Elections 2019: 99.8% Electoral Bonds Sold Were Of Highest Denominations, Says RTI

    General Elections 2019: 99.8% Electoral Bonds Sold Were Of Highest Denominations, Says RTI

    A whopping 99.8 per cent of donations received by political parties were through electoral bonds of the highest denominations - Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 crore - between March 2018 and January 24, 2019, according to data obtained by a social worker under the Right to Information Act.

  • "Draupadi Of Rampur Being Disrobed": Sushma Swaraj To Mulayam Yadav

    "Draupadi Of Rampur Being Disrobed": Sushma Swaraj To Mulayam Yadav

    Union Minister Sushma Swaraj made a strong protest against an appalling comment by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan that was seen as aiming at Jaya Prada, who recently joined the BJP. A longtime colleague of Mr Khan, Jaya Prada's move to join the rival party and fight from Uttar Pradesh's Rampur against the heavyweight Samajwadi leader is being see...

  • PM Modi Lookalike's "One Vote, One Note" Slogan Lands Him In Hot Water

    PM Modi Lookalike's "One Vote, One Note" Slogan Lands Him In Hot Water

    A lookalike of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is contesting the Lok Sabha elections has been served a notice for violating the poll code over his slogan - "one vote, one note", news agency PTI reported. Abhinandhan Pathak filed his papers from Lucknow as an independent candidate on Friday. He said he would also fight from Varanasi, represented by...

  • Coast Guard Intercepts Boat Carrying Heroin, 9 Iranians Arrested: Report

    Coast Guard Intercepts Boat Carrying Heroin, 9 Iranians Arrested: Report

    Nine Iranian nationals were arrested and at least 100 kg of heroin were seized from their boat in a joint operation by Indian marine forces, news agency ANI reported.

'Edited By Debanish Achom' - 884 News Result(s)

  • Congress's "Chowkidar Chor Hai" Ad Banned By Poll Commission

    Congress's "<i>Chowkidar Chor Hai</i>" Ad Banned By Poll Commission

    The Election Commission has banned the Congress's "Chowkidar Chor Hai" ad campaign, saying while the order has come from Madhya Pradesh, it will be effective in all states. "If one state has banned it then it will not be shown in other states also," the Election Commission said in Delhi today. It is, however, possible to appeal against the decision...

  • "Should I Kill Myself?" Indian In Saudi Tweets SOS. Sushma Swaraj's Reply

    "Should I Kill Myself?" Indian In Saudi Tweets SOS. Sushma Swaraj's Reply

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, while troubleshooting on Twitter the problems of Indians who are living abroad, came across a post by a man who alleged he would "commit suicide" if he was unable to return to India from Saudi Arabia.

  • General Elections 2019: "Today Is The Day" - Kamal Haasan, Daughter Shruti Vote Early In Chennai

    General Elections 2019: "Today Is The Day" - Kamal Haasan, Daughter Shruti Vote Early In Chennai

    Actor-politician Kamal Haasan and his daughter Shruti Haasan were among early voters in Tamil Nadu this morning. The father-daughter duo was seen standing in queue outside a polling booth in Chennai to cast their vote in the second phase of the Lok Sabha election.

  • "All Religions Are Equal", Says P Chidambaram After Casting Vote

    "All Religions Are Equal", Says P Chidambaram After Casting Vote

    Former finance minister P Chidambaram and his family cast their vote at Tamil Nadu's Sivaganga constituency minutes after voting opened this morning. The former union minister's son Karti Chidambaram is fighting on a Congress ticket from Sivaganga.

  • "Hope More Youngsters Head To Polling Booths Today": PM Modi

    "Hope More Youngsters Head To Polling Booths Today": PM Modi

    Minutes before voting began in the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an early morning tweet encouraged people to come out and vote in large numbers.

  • General Elections: "Somebody Forwarded It": BJP Leader On Obscene Slur For Rahul Gandhi

    General Elections: "Somebody Forwarded It": BJP Leader On Obscene Slur For Rahul Gandhi

    Himachal Pradesh BJP chief Satpal Singh Satti, who was seen in a video using an expletive against Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, refused to own up to using abusive language. He said his speech at a rally on Monday that was widely criticised by the Congress was "read out from a forwarded Facebook message" and it was not his own.

  • "Only Because Of Sabarimala": Top Court To Hear Plea On Women In Mosques

    "Only Because Of Sabarimala": Top Court To Hear Plea On Women In Mosques

    The Supreme Court today said it will examine a plea for allowing entry of women into mosques without any restrictions, and issued a notice to the government, the Central Waqf Council and the All India Muslim Personal Law Board. "We are hearing this case because of the Sabarimala verdict. We will see..." the top court said today. In a landmark verdi...

  • Mayawati Gets No Reprieve From Ban, Top Court "Satisfied" With Action

    Mayawati Gets No Reprieve From Ban, Top Court "Satisfied" With Action

    A plea by Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati that challenged a ban on her from campaigning for 48 hours by the Election Commission was turned down by the Supreme Court today. "It seems the Election Commission has woken up by our orders and barred various politicians from campaigning for varying timing. This makes it clear no further orders are requ...

  • Urmila Matondkar Gets Police Cover After Congress-BJP Clash in Mumbai

    Urmila Matondkar Gets Police Cover After Congress-BJP Clash in Mumbai

    Actor-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar was granted police protection after a fight broke out between Congress and BJP supporters while she was campaigning at a coastal suburb in Mumbai today. Ms Matondkar, who is contesting the national elections on a Congress ticket from North Mumbai constituency, had sought police cover soon after the incident.

  • Shashi Tharoor In Hospital After Injuries During Ritual At Kerala Temple

    Shashi Tharoor In Hospital After Injuries During Ritual At Kerala Temple

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor received six stitches on his head after he injured himself while offering prayers at a temple in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram, sources said. He was weighing himself on a giant scale as part of the "thulabharam" ritual in which a person sits on the scale against a mound of offerings like fruit and sweets, equal to the d...

  • BJP Lawmaker Sings For Indian Army. "Glad You Copied," Says Pak Officer

    BJP Lawmaker Sings For Indian Army. "Glad You Copied," Says Pak Officer

    A Twitter duel has broken out between a BJP legislator from Telangana and the spokesperson of the Pakistani armed forces over a self-composed song by the politician, which the Pakistani officer claimed was plagiarised from them.

  • General Elections 2019: 99.8% Electoral Bonds Sold Were Of Highest Denominations, Says RTI

    General Elections 2019: 99.8% Electoral Bonds Sold Were Of Highest Denominations, Says RTI

    A whopping 99.8 per cent of donations received by political parties were through electoral bonds of the highest denominations - Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 crore - between March 2018 and January 24, 2019, according to data obtained by a social worker under the Right to Information Act.

  • "Draupadi Of Rampur Being Disrobed": Sushma Swaraj To Mulayam Yadav

    "Draupadi Of Rampur Being Disrobed": Sushma Swaraj To Mulayam Yadav

    Union Minister Sushma Swaraj made a strong protest against an appalling comment by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan that was seen as aiming at Jaya Prada, who recently joined the BJP. A longtime colleague of Mr Khan, Jaya Prada's move to join the rival party and fight from Uttar Pradesh's Rampur against the heavyweight Samajwadi leader is being see...

  • PM Modi Lookalike's "One Vote, One Note" Slogan Lands Him In Hot Water

    PM Modi Lookalike's "One Vote, One Note" Slogan Lands Him In Hot Water

    A lookalike of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is contesting the Lok Sabha elections has been served a notice for violating the poll code over his slogan - "one vote, one note", news agency PTI reported. Abhinandhan Pathak filed his papers from Lucknow as an independent candidate on Friday. He said he would also fight from Varanasi, represented by...

  • Coast Guard Intercepts Boat Carrying Heroin, 9 Iranians Arrested: Report

    Coast Guard Intercepts Boat Carrying Heroin, 9 Iranians Arrested: Report

    Nine Iranian nationals were arrested and at least 100 kg of heroin were seized from their boat in a joint operation by Indian marine forces, news agency ANI reported.

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