Edited By Divyanshu Dutta Roy


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

  • Centre Seeks Report From Bengal Government On Political Violence: Sources

    Centre Seeks Report From Bengal Government On Political Violence: Sources

    A week after it issued an advisory to the West Bengal government to contain the political violence that has kept the state on the edge since before the national elections, the centre has sought a report from the Mamata Banerjee administration asking what measures it has taken against those responsible, government sources said.

  • 7 Die Of Suffocation While Cleaning Gujarat Hotel Septic Tank

    7 Die Of Suffocation While Cleaning Gujarat Hotel Septic Tank

    Seven people, including four sanitation workers, died of suffocation while cleaning a hotel sewer in Gujarat, officials have told NDTV, in the latest incident that highlights the appalling conditions that they have to work under. The men had entered the septic tank without any safety gear, news agency AFP reported.

  • Mamata Banerjee's Return To Work Appeal Turned Down By Doctors: 10 Points

    Mamata Banerjee's Return To Work Appeal Turned Down By Doctors: 10 Points

    With the doctors' strike in West Bengal inching towards a sixth day, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said she accepts all valid demands of the protesting doctors and requested them to return to work. Ms Banerjee, addressing the media this evening, said, "We are not going to take any strict action against the doctors". The doctors, howeve...

  • 300 Doctors Quit In Bengal, Centre Blames Mamata Banerjee: 10 Points

    300 Doctors Quit In Bengal, Centre Blames Mamata Banerjee: 10 Points

    Nearly 300 doctors resigned from government hospitals in West Bengal as their protest against an attack on their colleagues earlier this week in Kolkata escalated on Friday. Demanding better security at hospitals, doctors in Bengal and across India skipped work and held demonstrations. The country's top medical body also announced a nationwide stri...

  • On Day 4 Of Doctors' Protest, Mamata Banerjee Again Attacks "Outsiders"

    On Day 4 Of Doctors' Protest, Mamata Banerjee Again Attacks "Outsiders"

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday stood firm on her charge that "outsiders" were to blame for the doctors' protest that affected medical services in the state for the fourth day and has led to demonstrations and boycotts across the country.

  • Southern Railway's "Only English Or Hindi" Order Scrapped After Criticism

    Southern Railway's "Only English Or Hindi" Order Scrapped After Criticism

    An order issued to officials of the Southern Railway to communicate only in English or Hindi was struck down on Friday following a new controversy in Tamil Nadu less than two weeks after a widespread uproar over allegations of Hindi being imposed on South Indian states.

  • In Bishkek, PM Modi Talks Tough On Terror In Message To Pakistan

    In Bishkek, PM Modi Talks Tough On Terror In Message To Pakistan

    In a stern message directed at Pakistan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that countries sponsoring, aiding and supporting terrorism must be held accountable. India stands for a terrorism-free society, he said.

  • "A Few Stray Post-Poll Clashes": Bengal Counters Centre On Violence

    "A Few Stray Post-Poll Clashes": Bengal Counters Centre On Violence

    There were only a few "stray post-poll clashes" in West Bengal and the situation in the state was "under control", the Mamata Banerjee government said Sunday in a letter to the centre, which had issued an advisory earlier in the day after four people died in violence between workers of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.

  • Ex-Soldier Declared "Foreigner" In Assam Released From Detention Centre

    Ex-Soldier Declared "Foreigner" In Assam Released From Detention Centre

    Mohammad Sanaullah, the retired Indian Army soldier who was declared an illegal immigrant by a tribunal and sent to a detention centre in Assam last month, was released today on bail. The Gauhati High Court, which ordered his release yesterday, had also issued notices to the centre and the state government.

  • 3, Including Two Children, Dead In Fire At School In Faridabad Near Delhi

    3, Including Two Children, Dead In Fire At School In Faridabad Near Delhi

    Three people including two children were killed after a fire broke out at a private school in Faridabad near Delhi on Saturday, bringing back memories of the devastating blaze at a coaching centre in Gujarat's Surat where 22 people, mostly students, died last month.

  • "Many Are Wondering Why Modi Is In Kerala Despite BJP's Zero": PM

    "Many Are Wondering Why Modi Is In Kerala Despite BJP's Zero": PM

    Political parties and pundits failed to gauge the public mood ahead of the Lok Sabha election that saw the BJP and its allies score a huge victory over opposition parties, PM Modi said in Kerala on Saturday, adding that though the state had not voted for his party, it was as "dear" to him as his constituency Varanasi.

  • Aligarh Murder Accused Had Raped His Daughter In 2014, Say Police

    Aligarh Murder Accused Had Raped His Daughter In 2014, Say Police

    One of the men accused in the murder of a two-year-old in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh had raped his own daughter five years ago and had been out on bail, the police have told NDTV, amid growing calls for the harshest possible punishment in the case.

  • Imran Khan Writes To PM Modi For Talks On Kashmir, Other Issues: Report

    Imran Khan Writes To PM Modi For Talks On Kashmir, Other Issues: Report

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has written to his Indian counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he wants talks to resolve all reconcilable problems, including the Kashmir issue, a Pakistani media report said on Friday.

  • Retired Soldier Detained After Being Declared Illegal Immigrant Gets Bail

    Retired Soldier Detained After Being Declared Illegal Immigrant Gets Bail

    Mohammad Sanaulla, the retired Indian Army soldier who was declared an illegal immigrant by a tribunal and sent to a detention centre in Assam last month, has been given bail by the Gauhati High Court, which has also issued notices to the centre and the state government.

  • Rajnath Singh Added To Key Committees, Reports Of Threat To Quit Denied

    Rajnath Singh Added To Key Committees, Reports Of Threat To Quit Denied

    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has been added to a number of key cabinet committees after being left out of them earlier in the day. Rajnath Singh's office denied speculation that the change happened after the veteran BJP leader threatened to quit as Defence Minister. Mr Singh, who was included in just two of the revamped committees announced after...

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

  • Centre Seeks Report From Bengal Government On Political Violence: Sources

    Centre Seeks Report From Bengal Government On Political Violence: Sources

    A week after it issued an advisory to the West Bengal government to contain the political violence that has kept the state on the edge since before the national elections, the centre has sought a report from the Mamata Banerjee administration asking what measures it has taken against those responsible, government sources said.

  • 7 Die Of Suffocation While Cleaning Gujarat Hotel Septic Tank

    7 Die Of Suffocation While Cleaning Gujarat Hotel Septic Tank

    Seven people, including four sanitation workers, died of suffocation while cleaning a hotel sewer in Gujarat, officials have told NDTV, in the latest incident that highlights the appalling conditions that they have to work under. The men had entered the septic tank without any safety gear, news agency AFP reported.

  • Mamata Banerjee's Return To Work Appeal Turned Down By Doctors: 10 Points

    Mamata Banerjee's Return To Work Appeal Turned Down By Doctors: 10 Points

    With the doctors' strike in West Bengal inching towards a sixth day, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said she accepts all valid demands of the protesting doctors and requested them to return to work. Ms Banerjee, addressing the media this evening, said, "We are not going to take any strict action against the doctors". The doctors, howeve...

  • 300 Doctors Quit In Bengal, Centre Blames Mamata Banerjee: 10 Points

    300 Doctors Quit In Bengal, Centre Blames Mamata Banerjee: 10 Points

    Nearly 300 doctors resigned from government hospitals in West Bengal as their protest against an attack on their colleagues earlier this week in Kolkata escalated on Friday. Demanding better security at hospitals, doctors in Bengal and across India skipped work and held demonstrations. The country's top medical body also announced a nationwide stri...

  • On Day 4 Of Doctors' Protest, Mamata Banerjee Again Attacks "Outsiders"

    On Day 4 Of Doctors' Protest, Mamata Banerjee Again Attacks "Outsiders"

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday stood firm on her charge that "outsiders" were to blame for the doctors' protest that affected medical services in the state for the fourth day and has led to demonstrations and boycotts across the country.

  • Southern Railway's "Only English Or Hindi" Order Scrapped After Criticism

    Southern Railway's "Only English Or Hindi" Order Scrapped After Criticism

    An order issued to officials of the Southern Railway to communicate only in English or Hindi was struck down on Friday following a new controversy in Tamil Nadu less than two weeks after a widespread uproar over allegations of Hindi being imposed on South Indian states.

  • In Bishkek, PM Modi Talks Tough On Terror In Message To Pakistan

    In Bishkek, PM Modi Talks Tough On Terror In Message To Pakistan

    In a stern message directed at Pakistan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that countries sponsoring, aiding and supporting terrorism must be held accountable. India stands for a terrorism-free society, he said.

  • "A Few Stray Post-Poll Clashes": Bengal Counters Centre On Violence

    "A Few Stray Post-Poll Clashes": Bengal Counters Centre On Violence

    There were only a few "stray post-poll clashes" in West Bengal and the situation in the state was "under control", the Mamata Banerjee government said Sunday in a letter to the centre, which had issued an advisory earlier in the day after four people died in violence between workers of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.

  • Ex-Soldier Declared "Foreigner" In Assam Released From Detention Centre

    Ex-Soldier Declared "Foreigner" In Assam Released From Detention Centre

    Mohammad Sanaullah, the retired Indian Army soldier who was declared an illegal immigrant by a tribunal and sent to a detention centre in Assam last month, was released today on bail. The Gauhati High Court, which ordered his release yesterday, had also issued notices to the centre and the state government.

  • 3, Including Two Children, Dead In Fire At School In Faridabad Near Delhi

    3, Including Two Children, Dead In Fire At School In Faridabad Near Delhi

    Three people including two children were killed after a fire broke out at a private school in Faridabad near Delhi on Saturday, bringing back memories of the devastating blaze at a coaching centre in Gujarat's Surat where 22 people, mostly students, died last month.

  • "Many Are Wondering Why Modi Is In Kerala Despite BJP's Zero": PM

    "Many Are Wondering Why Modi Is In Kerala Despite BJP's Zero": PM

    Political parties and pundits failed to gauge the public mood ahead of the Lok Sabha election that saw the BJP and its allies score a huge victory over opposition parties, PM Modi said in Kerala on Saturday, adding that though the state had not voted for his party, it was as "dear" to him as his constituency Varanasi.

  • Aligarh Murder Accused Had Raped His Daughter In 2014, Say Police

    Aligarh Murder Accused Had Raped His Daughter In 2014, Say Police

    One of the men accused in the murder of a two-year-old in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh had raped his own daughter five years ago and had been out on bail, the police have told NDTV, amid growing calls for the harshest possible punishment in the case.

  • Imran Khan Writes To PM Modi For Talks On Kashmir, Other Issues: Report

    Imran Khan Writes To PM Modi For Talks On Kashmir, Other Issues: Report

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has written to his Indian counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he wants talks to resolve all reconcilable problems, including the Kashmir issue, a Pakistani media report said on Friday.

  • Retired Soldier Detained After Being Declared Illegal Immigrant Gets Bail

    Retired Soldier Detained After Being Declared Illegal Immigrant Gets Bail

    Mohammad Sanaulla, the retired Indian Army soldier who was declared an illegal immigrant by a tribunal and sent to a detention centre in Assam last month, has been given bail by the Gauhati High Court, which has also issued notices to the centre and the state government.

  • Rajnath Singh Added To Key Committees, Reports Of Threat To Quit Denied

    Rajnath Singh Added To Key Committees, Reports Of Threat To Quit Denied

    Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has been added to a number of key cabinet committees after being left out of them earlier in the day. Rajnath Singh's office denied speculation that the change happened after the veteran BJP leader threatened to quit as Defence Minister. Mr Singh, who was included in just two of the revamped committees announced after...

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