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'Lal Batti' - 43 News Result(s)

  • "We Did Away With Lal Batti, Bought Batti To Houses Of Poor": PM Modi

    "We Did Away With <i>Lal Batti</i>, Bought <i>Batti</i> To Houses Of Poor": PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asserted that the scales have been tilted in favor of the ruling NDA in the first four phases of the general election, and the remaining three would determine the magnitude of its victory and the opposition's defeat.

  • Man Tweets Mumbai Police About Car With 'Lal Batti'. See The VIPs Inside

    Man Tweets Mumbai Police About Car With 'Lal Batti'. See The VIPs Inside

    A man tweeted Mumbai Police about a car using the now-banned 'lal batti'. In their reply, Mumbai Police revealed who the "VIPs" in the car were and Twitter had no complaints!

  • Defying Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bengal Minister Uses Lal Batti, Is Unapologetic

    Defying Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bengal Minister Uses <i>Lal Batti</i>, Is Unapologetic

    A Bengal minister today used a lal batti or red beacon on his car, defying a ban on the VIP status symbol ordered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Amid Outrage, Mamata Banerjee Asks 'Fatwa' Cleric To Take Off Lal Batti

    Amid Outrage, Mamata Banerjee Asks 'Fatwa' Cleric To Take Off <i>Lal Batti</i>

    A day after chief cleric of Kolkata's Tipu Sultan mosque Noor ul Barkati proclaimed he has 'permission of the British government' to use the red beacon or lal batti, a man was seen removing the beacon from his vehicle. The cleric's bizzare claims had led to at least three complaints being registered against him in police stations in and around Kolk...

  • British Gave Me Right To Use Lal Batti, Claims Bengal's 'Fatwa Cleric'

    British Gave Me Right To Use <I>Lal Batti</I>, Claims Bengal's 'Fatwa Cleric'

    Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned red beacons or lal battis across the country, one man says no power can make him drop it. "I have the permission of the British government," says the chief cleric of Kolkata's Tipu Sultan mosque, Noor Ul Barkati.

  • Police, Defence Vehicles Allowed To Use Multi-Colour Beacons

    Police, Defence Vehicles Allowed To Use Multi-Colour Beacons

    The Centre has allowed emergency vehicles on duty for maintaining law and order, including those of the police, defence and paramilitary forces, to use multi-coloured beacon lights having red, blue and white colours.

  • VIPs Misusing Police Beacons? PM Modi Has A Plan To Enforce Lal Batti Ban

    VIPs Misusing Police Beacons? PM Modi Has A Plan To Enforce <i>Lal Batti</i> Ban

    The blanket ban on red and blue beacon cars promised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came into effect late last night. And the Centre has tried to make sure that nobody - not even the police - can misuse the flashing lights on vehicles that have, for decades, become a glaring symbol of power, and VIP culture in India.

  • Not Without My Lal Batti, Says Karnataka Minister, Defying PM Modi's Ban

    Not Without My <i>Lal Batti</i>, Says Karnataka Minister, Defying PM Modi's Ban

    After Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's initial reluctance to do away with the red beacon or lal batti from his official car, in compliance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's order, one of his ministers in the Congress government has refused to fall in line with the ban that came into force yesterday.

  • Why Must I Remove Lal Batti, Asked Siddaramaiah. Then Bowed To 'PM's Wish'

    Why Must I Remove <i>Lal Batti</i>, Asked Siddaramaiah. Then Bowed To 'PM's Wish'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's order to remove the red beacon or lal batti from cars led to a scramble among Union Ministers and Chief Ministers to comply but the message has taken a week to reach Congress-ruled Karnataka. If Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had his way, his car would not have shed its lal batti even a second before May 1.

  • Furious At 10-Second Wait, BJP Lawmaker In UP Slaps Toll Booth Staff

    Furious At 10-Second Wait, BJP Lawmaker In UP Slaps Toll Booth Staff

    A BJP lawmaker in Uttar Pradesh is seen slapping a toll plaza employee in CCTV footage posted on social media. The footage exposes high-handedness by an MLA at a time ministers across the country are removing red beacons or "lal batti" from their cars on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's orders.

  • Ban On Red Beacons A Step Towards Ending VIP Culture: Congress

    Ban On Red Beacons A Step Towards Ending VIP Culture: Congress

    The Congress on Wednesday welcomed the government's decision of barring the use of red beacons atop vehicles, including that of the Prime Minister, but termed as "laughable" the ruling BJP's attempt to blow the trumpet of morality over it.

  • Goa, Maharashtra Chief Ministers Say No To 'Lal Batti'

    Goa, Maharashtra Chief Ministers Say No To 'Lal Batti'

    Following the announcement made by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that lal batti or red beacons will be banned for everybody including the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar have both removed red beacon light from their official cars today.

  • Nitin Gadkari Describes His First Day Without A Lal Batti

    Nitin Gadkari Describes His First Day Without A <i>Lal Batti</i>

    For over 18 months, Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari had pursued a proposal to prune the long list of VIPs allowed to use red beacons atop their cars. The decision on his proposal came on Wednesday; Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to put a firm end to the glaring symbol of India's VIP culture from 1 May. Speaking exclusively to NDTV, ...

  • 'Every Indian Special, Every Indian A VIP,' Says PM Modi On Lal Batti Ban

    'Every Indian Special, Every Indian A VIP,' Says PM Modi On <i>Lal Batti</i> Ban

    Every Indian is a VIP and the culture of beacon should have gone long ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said tonight, hours after deciding to bar their use by the VVIPs, including the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief Ministers.

  • No Red Beacons On VIP Cars Gets Green Light From Twitter

    No Red Beacons On VIP Cars Gets Green Light From Twitter

    From next month, politicians and government officials will be giving up the red beacons on their vehicles. Even the President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India will not be able to use their lal battisfrom May 1.

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'Lal Batti' - 43 News Result(s)

  • "We Did Away With Lal Batti, Bought Batti To Houses Of Poor": PM Modi

    "We Did Away With <i>Lal Batti</i>, Bought <i>Batti</i> To Houses Of Poor": PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asserted that the scales have been tilted in favor of the ruling NDA in the first four phases of the general election, and the remaining three would determine the magnitude of its victory and the opposition's defeat.

  • Man Tweets Mumbai Police About Car With 'Lal Batti'. See The VIPs Inside

    Man Tweets Mumbai Police About Car With 'Lal Batti'. See The VIPs Inside

    A man tweeted Mumbai Police about a car using the now-banned 'lal batti'. In their reply, Mumbai Police revealed who the "VIPs" in the car were and Twitter had no complaints!

  • Defying Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bengal Minister Uses Lal Batti, Is Unapologetic

    Defying Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bengal Minister Uses <i>Lal Batti</i>, Is Unapologetic

    A Bengal minister today used a lal batti or red beacon on his car, defying a ban on the VIP status symbol ordered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Amid Outrage, Mamata Banerjee Asks 'Fatwa' Cleric To Take Off Lal Batti

    Amid Outrage, Mamata Banerjee Asks 'Fatwa' Cleric To Take Off <i>Lal Batti</i>

    A day after chief cleric of Kolkata's Tipu Sultan mosque Noor ul Barkati proclaimed he has 'permission of the British government' to use the red beacon or lal batti, a man was seen removing the beacon from his vehicle. The cleric's bizzare claims had led to at least three complaints being registered against him in police stations in and around Kolk...

  • British Gave Me Right To Use Lal Batti, Claims Bengal's 'Fatwa Cleric'

    British Gave Me Right To Use <I>Lal Batti</I>, Claims Bengal's 'Fatwa Cleric'

    Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned red beacons or lal battis across the country, one man says no power can make him drop it. "I have the permission of the British government," says the chief cleric of Kolkata's Tipu Sultan mosque, Noor Ul Barkati.

  • Police, Defence Vehicles Allowed To Use Multi-Colour Beacons

    Police, Defence Vehicles Allowed To Use Multi-Colour Beacons

    The Centre has allowed emergency vehicles on duty for maintaining law and order, including those of the police, defence and paramilitary forces, to use multi-coloured beacon lights having red, blue and white colours.

  • VIPs Misusing Police Beacons? PM Modi Has A Plan To Enforce Lal Batti Ban

    VIPs Misusing Police Beacons? PM Modi Has A Plan To Enforce <i>Lal Batti</i> Ban

    The blanket ban on red and blue beacon cars promised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came into effect late last night. And the Centre has tried to make sure that nobody - not even the police - can misuse the flashing lights on vehicles that have, for decades, become a glaring symbol of power, and VIP culture in India.

  • Not Without My Lal Batti, Says Karnataka Minister, Defying PM Modi's Ban

    Not Without My <i>Lal Batti</i>, Says Karnataka Minister, Defying PM Modi's Ban

    After Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's initial reluctance to do away with the red beacon or lal batti from his official car, in compliance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's order, one of his ministers in the Congress government has refused to fall in line with the ban that came into force yesterday.

  • Why Must I Remove Lal Batti, Asked Siddaramaiah. Then Bowed To 'PM's Wish'

    Why Must I Remove <i>Lal Batti</i>, Asked Siddaramaiah. Then Bowed To 'PM's Wish'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's order to remove the red beacon or lal batti from cars led to a scramble among Union Ministers and Chief Ministers to comply but the message has taken a week to reach Congress-ruled Karnataka. If Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had his way, his car would not have shed its lal batti even a second before May 1.

  • Furious At 10-Second Wait, BJP Lawmaker In UP Slaps Toll Booth Staff

    Furious At 10-Second Wait, BJP Lawmaker In UP Slaps Toll Booth Staff

    A BJP lawmaker in Uttar Pradesh is seen slapping a toll plaza employee in CCTV footage posted on social media. The footage exposes high-handedness by an MLA at a time ministers across the country are removing red beacons or "lal batti" from their cars on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's orders.

  • Ban On Red Beacons A Step Towards Ending VIP Culture: Congress

    Ban On Red Beacons A Step Towards Ending VIP Culture: Congress

    The Congress on Wednesday welcomed the government's decision of barring the use of red beacons atop vehicles, including that of the Prime Minister, but termed as "laughable" the ruling BJP's attempt to blow the trumpet of morality over it.

  • Goa, Maharashtra Chief Ministers Say No To 'Lal Batti'

    Goa, Maharashtra Chief Ministers Say No To 'Lal Batti'

    Following the announcement made by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that lal batti or red beacons will be banned for everybody including the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar have both removed red beacon light from their official cars today.

  • Nitin Gadkari Describes His First Day Without A Lal Batti

    Nitin Gadkari Describes His First Day Without A <i>Lal Batti</i>

    For over 18 months, Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari had pursued a proposal to prune the long list of VIPs allowed to use red beacons atop their cars. The decision on his proposal came on Wednesday; Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to put a firm end to the glaring symbol of India's VIP culture from 1 May. Speaking exclusively to NDTV, ...

  • 'Every Indian Special, Every Indian A VIP,' Says PM Modi On Lal Batti Ban

    'Every Indian Special, Every Indian A VIP,' Says PM Modi On <i>Lal Batti</i> Ban

    Every Indian is a VIP and the culture of beacon should have gone long ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said tonight, hours after deciding to bar their use by the VVIPs, including the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief Ministers.

  • No Red Beacons On VIP Cars Gets Green Light From Twitter

    No Red Beacons On VIP Cars Gets Green Light From Twitter

    From next month, politicians and government officials will be giving up the red beacons on their vehicles. Even the President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India will not be able to use their lal battisfrom May 1.

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