Edited By S Shobana


'Edited By S Shobana' - 96 News Result(s)

  • Kamal Nath Shows Palm After Voting, BJP Says Poll Violation

    Kamal Nath Shows Palm After Voting, BJP Says Poll Violation

    A controversy has broken out in Madhya Pradesh over senior Congress leader Kamal Nath's gesture after casting his vote in the assembly polls today. Kamal Nath, after voting in Chhindwara this morning, says he showed his palm - the election symbol of his party - to reporters.

  • Google Celebrates Charles-Michel De l'Epee's 306th Birthday With Doodle

    Google Celebrates Charles-Michel De l'Epee's 306th Birthday With Doodle

    Educator Charles-Michel de l'Epee founded the first public school for the hearing-impaired in France. He devoted his life to developing the world's first sign alphabet for the deaf and is known as the "Father of the Deaf". Epee is also credited with creating a systematic method of teaching the hearing-impaired.

  • Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea

    Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea

    A spill that released 2 tonnes of oil into the sea, just north of Chennai, was reported on Sunday, raising concerns of a repeat of last year's crisis that took a mammoth effort to clean up and damaged the area's ecology.

  • PM Modi Questions Congress' Support For "Urban Maoists" In Chhattisgarh: Highlights

    PM Modi Questions Congress' Support For "Urban Maoists" In Chhattisgarh: Highlights

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi are in Chhattisgarh today to campaign ahead of run-up to the assembly polls in a state that has been reeling under Left-wing extremism for decades now.

  • Demonetisation Anniversary Highlights: Arun Jaitley Defends Notes Ban As Opposition Steps Up Attack

    Demonetisation Anniversary Highlights: Arun Jaitley Defends Notes Ban As Opposition Steps Up Attack

    On second anniversary of demonetisation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says aim not to confiscate cash but to get it into formal economy even as the opposition is leaving no stone unturned to keep the pressure on the government on the note ban.

  • 12 Dead, 7 Injured After Truck Hits Car, Two-Wheelers Near Delhi

    12 Dead, 7 Injured After Truck Hits Car, Two-Wheelers Near Delhi

    Twelve people were killed and seven were injured after the car they were travelling in was rammed by a truck coming from the wrong side of the road in Sonipat, the police said today. Two two-wheelers were also hit by the speeding truck on the road 40 km from Delhi.

  • Diwali Rangoli 2018: Be Floored By These Rangoli Designs

    Diwali Rangoli 2018: Be Floored By These Rangoli Designs

    Diwali Rangoli: Diwali is not just the festival of lights or sounds. It's a festival to celebrate sight and visual spectacle. The recent Supreme Court judgment imposing stringent controls on the use of firecrackers during Diwali has resulted in an air of uncertainty over this year's celebrations.

  • India's First Inland Vessel, With Cargo Of 16 Trucks, Heads For Varanasi

    India's First Inland Vessel, With Cargo Of 16 Trucks, Heads For Varanasi

    In a major milestone for India's push to develop its inland waterways, 16 containers have set sail from Kolkata for Varanasi on a vessel along the Ganga river, also called National Waterway-1. Calling it the "biggest news" in the country this week, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, said, "For the first time since independence, a container is ...

  • Supreme Court Verdict On Firecrackers: 5 Big Takeaways

    Supreme Court Verdict On Firecrackers: 5 Big Takeaways

    The Supreme Court today said that only firecrackers with reduced emission and decibel levels will be permitted during all festivals. On Diwali, firecrackers could be burst between 8 pm and 10 pm. People can burst firecrackers on Christmas and New Year between 11:55 pm and 12:30 am. Crackers cannot be sold online and if they are, the sites will be ...

  • Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    As pollution in Delhi reaches levels unimaginable, the Supreme Court allowed sale and use of firecrackers with stringent conditions. On Diwali, crackers will be allowed for two hours, from 8 pm to 10 pm, the court said. With the government now pushing new initiatives to curtail hazardous air, a petition called for the countrywide ban citing the il...

  • Sabarimala Temple Highlights: Woman Suffers Panic Attack As Protesters Heckle Her, Taken To Pamba Hospital

    Sabarimala Temple Highlights: Woman Suffers Panic Attack As Protesters Heckle Her, Taken To Pamba Hospital

    Four days after the doors of the Sabarimala temple inKerala opened after the Supreme Court stepped in to overturn a nearly three-decade-old ruling formalising a ban on women of menstruating age,a sixth women arrived at Pamba, attempting to enter the temple yesterday.

  • "Grateful Nation Pays Tribute": PM Inaugurates Police Memorial, Museum

    "Grateful Nation Pays Tribute": PM Inaugurates Police Memorial, Museum

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated a memorial and a museum dedicated to the police of the country in Delhi today. Home Minister Rajnath Singh and senior BJP leader LK Advani also paid tributes to the policemen killed in an ambush by Chinese troops in 1959 in Ladakh's Hot Spring area, on the National Police Memorial Day.

  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    Barely 30 seconds before a train ran over 60 people celebrating Dussehra in Amritsar on Friday evening, another train had passed by in the opposite direction, slowly. The first train that started from the Amritsar railway station, about two kilometres from the accident site, was headed to Howrah in West Bengal. The second train, which was much fast...

  • Day 4 Of Sabarimala Temple Opening; Heavy Security Deployed At Base Camp

    Day 4 Of Sabarimala Temple Opening; Heavy Security Deployed At Base Camp

    Three days after the hill-shrine Sabarimala opened its doors to the public, devotees continued to lay seige to the holy hill on yesterday - with hundreds of traditionalists blocking three women from entering the Sabarimala temple for a third day, vandalising vehicles in open defiance of the police and threatening to force back any woman who dares v...

  • Severe Cyclonic Storm 'Titli' Heads To Odisha; Schools, Colleges Shut

    Severe Cyclonic Storm 'Titli' Heads To Odisha; Schools, Colleges Shut

    Schools and colleges are closed in four districts in Odisha which is on high alert as Cyclone Titli heads towards the coast. 'Titli' intensified into a severe cyclonic storm, triggering rainfall in several parts of Odisha, the weather office said.; it is expected to make landfall between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coasts tomorrow morning.

'Edited By S Shobana' - 96 News Result(s)

  • Kamal Nath Shows Palm After Voting, BJP Says Poll Violation

    Kamal Nath Shows Palm After Voting, BJP Says Poll Violation

    A controversy has broken out in Madhya Pradesh over senior Congress leader Kamal Nath's gesture after casting his vote in the assembly polls today. Kamal Nath, after voting in Chhindwara this morning, says he showed his palm - the election symbol of his party - to reporters.

  • Google Celebrates Charles-Michel De l'Epee's 306th Birthday With Doodle

    Google Celebrates Charles-Michel De l'Epee's 306th Birthday With Doodle

    Educator Charles-Michel de l'Epee founded the first public school for the hearing-impaired in France. He devoted his life to developing the world's first sign alphabet for the deaf and is known as the "Father of the Deaf". Epee is also credited with creating a systematic method of teaching the hearing-impaired.

  • Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea

    Oil Spill At Port Near Chennai Leaks 2 Tonnes Of Fuel Into Sea

    A spill that released 2 tonnes of oil into the sea, just north of Chennai, was reported on Sunday, raising concerns of a repeat of last year's crisis that took a mammoth effort to clean up and damaged the area's ecology.

  • PM Modi Questions Congress' Support For "Urban Maoists" In Chhattisgarh: Highlights

    PM Modi Questions Congress' Support For "Urban Maoists" In Chhattisgarh: Highlights

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi are in Chhattisgarh today to campaign ahead of run-up to the assembly polls in a state that has been reeling under Left-wing extremism for decades now.

  • Demonetisation Anniversary Highlights: Arun Jaitley Defends Notes Ban As Opposition Steps Up Attack

    Demonetisation Anniversary Highlights: Arun Jaitley Defends Notes Ban As Opposition Steps Up Attack

    On second anniversary of demonetisation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says aim not to confiscate cash but to get it into formal economy even as the opposition is leaving no stone unturned to keep the pressure on the government on the note ban.

  • 12 Dead, 7 Injured After Truck Hits Car, Two-Wheelers Near Delhi

    12 Dead, 7 Injured After Truck Hits Car, Two-Wheelers Near Delhi

    Twelve people were killed and seven were injured after the car they were travelling in was rammed by a truck coming from the wrong side of the road in Sonipat, the police said today. Two two-wheelers were also hit by the speeding truck on the road 40 km from Delhi.

  • Diwali Rangoli 2018: Be Floored By These Rangoli Designs

    Diwali Rangoli 2018: Be Floored By These Rangoli Designs

    Diwali Rangoli: Diwali is not just the festival of lights or sounds. It's a festival to celebrate sight and visual spectacle. The recent Supreme Court judgment imposing stringent controls on the use of firecrackers during Diwali has resulted in an air of uncertainty over this year's celebrations.

  • India's First Inland Vessel, With Cargo Of 16 Trucks, Heads For Varanasi

    India's First Inland Vessel, With Cargo Of 16 Trucks, Heads For Varanasi

    In a major milestone for India's push to develop its inland waterways, 16 containers have set sail from Kolkata for Varanasi on a vessel along the Ganga river, also called National Waterway-1. Calling it the "biggest news" in the country this week, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, said, "For the first time since independence, a container is ...

  • Supreme Court Verdict On Firecrackers: 5 Big Takeaways

    Supreme Court Verdict On Firecrackers: 5 Big Takeaways

    The Supreme Court today said that only firecrackers with reduced emission and decibel levels will be permitted during all festivals. On Diwali, firecrackers could be burst between 8 pm and 10 pm. People can burst firecrackers on Christmas and New Year between 11:55 pm and 12:30 am. Crackers cannot be sold online and if they are, the sites will be ...

  • Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    As pollution in Delhi reaches levels unimaginable, the Supreme Court allowed sale and use of firecrackers with stringent conditions. On Diwali, crackers will be allowed for two hours, from 8 pm to 10 pm, the court said. With the government now pushing new initiatives to curtail hazardous air, a petition called for the countrywide ban citing the il...

  • Sabarimala Temple Highlights: Woman Suffers Panic Attack As Protesters Heckle Her, Taken To Pamba Hospital

    Sabarimala Temple Highlights: Woman Suffers Panic Attack As Protesters Heckle Her, Taken To Pamba Hospital

    Four days after the doors of the Sabarimala temple inKerala opened after the Supreme Court stepped in to overturn a nearly three-decade-old ruling formalising a ban on women of menstruating age,a sixth women arrived at Pamba, attempting to enter the temple yesterday.

  • "Grateful Nation Pays Tribute": PM Inaugurates Police Memorial, Museum

    "Grateful Nation Pays Tribute": PM Inaugurates Police Memorial, Museum

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated a memorial and a museum dedicated to the police of the country in Delhi today. Home Minister Rajnath Singh and senior BJP leader LK Advani also paid tributes to the policemen killed in an ambush by Chinese troops in 1959 in Ladakh's Hot Spring area, on the National Police Memorial Day.

  • 30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    30 Seconds Before Train Ran Over 60 In Punjab, Another Passed By Slowly

    Barely 30 seconds before a train ran over 60 people celebrating Dussehra in Amritsar on Friday evening, another train had passed by in the opposite direction, slowly. The first train that started from the Amritsar railway station, about two kilometres from the accident site, was headed to Howrah in West Bengal. The second train, which was much fast...

  • Day 4 Of Sabarimala Temple Opening; Heavy Security Deployed At Base Camp

    Day 4 Of Sabarimala Temple Opening; Heavy Security Deployed At Base Camp

    Three days after the hill-shrine Sabarimala opened its doors to the public, devotees continued to lay seige to the holy hill on yesterday - with hundreds of traditionalists blocking three women from entering the Sabarimala temple for a third day, vandalising vehicles in open defiance of the police and threatening to force back any woman who dares v...

  • Severe Cyclonic Storm 'Titli' Heads To Odisha; Schools, Colleges Shut

    Severe Cyclonic Storm 'Titli' Heads To Odisha; Schools, Colleges Shut

    Schools and colleges are closed in four districts in Odisha which is on high alert as Cyclone Titli heads towards the coast. 'Titli' intensified into a severe cyclonic storm, triggering rainfall in several parts of Odisha, the weather office said.; it is expected to make landfall between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coasts tomorrow morning.

Your search did not match any documents
A few suggestions
  • Make sure all words are spelled correctly
  • Try different keywords
  • Try more general keywords
Check the NDTV Archives:http://archives.ndtv.com

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................