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  • Ahead Of Nagaland Elections, BJP Betters Congress Offer On Biblical Tours

    Ahead Of Nagaland Elections, BJP Betters Congress Offer On Biblical Tours

    For church-going senior citizens of Nagaland, the upcoming assembly elections may just be a ticket to ride to Jerusalem. Four days after the Congress put a tour package in its manifesto, the BJP has bettered the offer. The BJP's manifesto, released by union ministers Nirmala Sitharaman and Kiren Rijiju in Dimapur on Friday, promises to send 50 seni...

  • In Nagaland, Cash For Votes Comes With Grand Feast, Banned Liquor

    In Nagaland, Cash For Votes Comes With Grand Feast, Banned Liquor

    False voting one has heard of. Induced labour, too. But induced voting? In Nagaland, that's the term for votes bought and sold to the highest bidder. The magnitude of the problem is so huge, the church, civil society and the Election Commission have launched a clean election campaign. But it is an uphill battle against an old problem that is just n...

  • Journalists Beaten Up At Right Wing Group's Conversion Event In Kolkata

    Journalists Beaten Up At Right Wing Group's Conversion Event In Kolkata

    Members of a right wing group assaulted mediapersons on Wednesday when they tried to meet and question 14 "Muslims" the outfit "converted" in public at an event organised in the heart of Kolkata. Several reporters were injured. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee condemned the incident and police detained the advisor of the organization for questioning.

  • In Christian-Majority Nagaland, Jerusalem Dreams On Offer Ahead Of Polls

    In Christian-Majority Nagaland, Jerusalem Dreams On Offer Ahead Of Polls

    In Nagaland, where nine out of 10 people are Christian, political parties are racing to offer the devout a sop they can't refuse. The Congress has already gone and done it in its manifesto on Monday. The BJP suggested the idea in a recent vision document and is likely to make a better offer tomorrow when it is set for release.

  • Ahead of Polls, Why The Church Is Jittery in Christian-Majority Nagaland

    Ahead of Polls, Why The Church Is Jittery in Christian-Majority Nagaland

    In Nagaland, where nine out of ten people are Christian and the church is all-powerful, there is growing concern in some sections about the growing clout of the BJP. On Sunday, special prayers were held in 2,500 churches across the state for wisdom to vote wisely on 27th February is how most put it. But key church leaders are not hesitating to spel...

  • No Tie-Up With Congress, Says CPM's Political Road Map For Three Years

    No Tie-Up With Congress, Says CPM's Political Road Map For Three Years

    The CPM has just put into the public domain its political road map for the next three years -- including election year 2019 -- and has ruled out any truck with the Congress. This is a rebuff in black and white for party general secretary Sitaram Yechury who had underscored the need for some understanding with the Congress to dislodge the BJP.

  • Nagaland Heads For Elections Under The Shadow Of A Missing "Solution"

    Nagaland Heads For Elections Under The Shadow Of A Missing "Solution"

    When Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands at Dimapur airport in Nagaland later this month and drives out in a car, he won't be able to miss the large banners that have been set up at eye level on the both sides of the road with one slogan emblazoned on them, mostly in red - "No solution, no election".

  • Protests At Kolkata School Over Sexual Assault On Class 2 Girl By Teacher

    Protests At Kolkata School Over Sexual  Assault On Class 2 Girl By Teacher

    A large group of angry parents protested for hours today outside a Kolkata school, alleging that it had failed to act after a class 2 student alleged sexual assault by a dance teacher. A police officer was injured as the protests lapsed into a free-for-all outside the convent school in south Kolkata.

  • Ex IPS Officer Gets CID Notice For An Extortion Case In West Bengal

    Ex IPS Officer Gets CID Notice For An Extortion Case In West Bengal

    She once called Mamata Banerjee her mother. But now, promotee IPS officer Bharati Ghosh, who quit over a posting on January 2, that was a clear demotion, is now a suspect in a gold extortion racket and the West Bengal police have issued a notice to her on Monday, summoning her for questioning by Tuesday.

  • 2 College Students Run Over In Kolkata, Mob Torches 3 Buses

    2 College Students Run Over In Kolkata, Mob Torches 3 Buses

    In Kolkata, police had to use teargas on stone throwing mobs that went on the rampage, setting at least three buses on fire on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass after one of them ran over two first year college students at Chingrighata. The two victims, who died on the spot, were residents of areas adjacent to the bypass and locals poured onto the ar...

  • China Scholar Misses Seminar On Sino-India Ties For Want Of A Visa

    China Scholar Misses Seminar On Sino-India Ties For Want Of A Visa

    A two-day high-profile seminar beginning in Kolkata today on China-India relations has had a last minute setback. On Tuesday, the only speaker from China - a professor at Shanghai University, Guo Xuetang - informed organisers he would not be able to attend the seminar because of visa issues.

  • Bengal Bypolls In Bag, Mamata Banerjee Puts Delhi On Notice

    Bengal Bypolls In Bag, Mamata Banerjee Puts Delhi On Notice

    Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today trampled all over the opposition in the bypolls held in West Bengal. The ruling party Trinamool Congress marked the victory by spelling out a new objective: a bigger role for Mamata Banerjee beyond Bengal.

  • In Bengal Bypolls, Mamata Banerjee's Party Wins But BJP Makes Biggest Gain

    In Bengal Bypolls, Mamata Banerjee's Party Wins But BJP Makes Biggest Gain

    Mamata Banerjee's ruling Trinamool Congress made short work of bye-elections in West Bengal today, snatching the Noapara Assembly seat from the Congress and retaining the Uluberia parliamentary constituency. The BJP has kept up its recent good run in the state and is second in both. The Congress, celebrating a comeback in Rajasthan, is in the deepe...

  • Start-Up Revolution On But New Jobs Still Few And Far Between, Mudra Notwithstanding

    Start-Up Revolution On But New Jobs Still Few And Far Between, Mudra Notwithstanding

    They are also start-ups. But instead of glass and chrome offices and suited executives, these start-ups are your vegetable vendor, fish seller, the aunty in the nearby down market housing colony who sells flashy sarees and kitsch jewellery.

  • 36 Killed As Bengal Bus Slams Through Bridge Into Canal, Sparks Anger

    36 Killed As Bengal Bus Slams Through Bridge Into Canal, Sparks Anger

    A bus packed with around 50 riders crashed through a bridge and plunged into a canal in West Bengal's Murshidabad on Monday morning killing at least 36 people.

'Monideepa Banerjie' - 943 Video Result(s)

'Monideepa Banerjie' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Ahead Of Nagaland Elections, BJP Betters Congress Offer On Biblical Tours

    Ahead Of Nagaland Elections, BJP Betters Congress Offer On Biblical Tours

    For church-going senior citizens of Nagaland, the upcoming assembly elections may just be a ticket to ride to Jerusalem. Four days after the Congress put a tour package in its manifesto, the BJP has bettered the offer. The BJP's manifesto, released by union ministers Nirmala Sitharaman and Kiren Rijiju in Dimapur on Friday, promises to send 50 seni...

  • In Nagaland, Cash For Votes Comes With Grand Feast, Banned Liquor

    In Nagaland, Cash For Votes Comes With Grand Feast, Banned Liquor

    False voting one has heard of. Induced labour, too. But induced voting? In Nagaland, that's the term for votes bought and sold to the highest bidder. The magnitude of the problem is so huge, the church, civil society and the Election Commission have launched a clean election campaign. But it is an uphill battle against an old problem that is just n...

  • Journalists Beaten Up At Right Wing Group's Conversion Event In Kolkata

    Journalists Beaten Up At Right Wing Group's Conversion Event In Kolkata

    Members of a right wing group assaulted mediapersons on Wednesday when they tried to meet and question 14 "Muslims" the outfit "converted" in public at an event organised in the heart of Kolkata. Several reporters were injured. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee condemned the incident and police detained the advisor of the organization for questioning.

  • In Christian-Majority Nagaland, Jerusalem Dreams On Offer Ahead Of Polls

    In Christian-Majority Nagaland, Jerusalem Dreams On Offer Ahead Of Polls

    In Nagaland, where nine out of 10 people are Christian, political parties are racing to offer the devout a sop they can't refuse. The Congress has already gone and done it in its manifesto on Monday. The BJP suggested the idea in a recent vision document and is likely to make a better offer tomorrow when it is set for release.

  • Ahead of Polls, Why The Church Is Jittery in Christian-Majority Nagaland

    Ahead of Polls, Why The Church Is Jittery in Christian-Majority Nagaland

    In Nagaland, where nine out of ten people are Christian and the church is all-powerful, there is growing concern in some sections about the growing clout of the BJP. On Sunday, special prayers were held in 2,500 churches across the state for wisdom to vote wisely on 27th February is how most put it. But key church leaders are not hesitating to spel...

  • No Tie-Up With Congress, Says CPM's Political Road Map For Three Years

    No Tie-Up With Congress, Says CPM's Political Road Map For Three Years

    The CPM has just put into the public domain its political road map for the next three years -- including election year 2019 -- and has ruled out any truck with the Congress. This is a rebuff in black and white for party general secretary Sitaram Yechury who had underscored the need for some understanding with the Congress to dislodge the BJP.

  • Nagaland Heads For Elections Under The Shadow Of A Missing "Solution"

    Nagaland Heads For Elections Under The Shadow Of A Missing "Solution"

    When Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands at Dimapur airport in Nagaland later this month and drives out in a car, he won't be able to miss the large banners that have been set up at eye level on the both sides of the road with one slogan emblazoned on them, mostly in red - "No solution, no election".

  • Protests At Kolkata School Over Sexual Assault On Class 2 Girl By Teacher

    Protests At Kolkata School Over Sexual  Assault On Class 2 Girl By Teacher

    A large group of angry parents protested for hours today outside a Kolkata school, alleging that it had failed to act after a class 2 student alleged sexual assault by a dance teacher. A police officer was injured as the protests lapsed into a free-for-all outside the convent school in south Kolkata.

  • Ex IPS Officer Gets CID Notice For An Extortion Case In West Bengal

    Ex IPS Officer Gets CID Notice For An Extortion Case In West Bengal

    She once called Mamata Banerjee her mother. But now, promotee IPS officer Bharati Ghosh, who quit over a posting on January 2, that was a clear demotion, is now a suspect in a gold extortion racket and the West Bengal police have issued a notice to her on Monday, summoning her for questioning by Tuesday.

  • 2 College Students Run Over In Kolkata, Mob Torches 3 Buses

    2 College Students Run Over In Kolkata, Mob Torches 3 Buses

    In Kolkata, police had to use teargas on stone throwing mobs that went on the rampage, setting at least three buses on fire on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass after one of them ran over two first year college students at Chingrighata. The two victims, who died on the spot, were residents of areas adjacent to the bypass and locals poured onto the ar...

  • China Scholar Misses Seminar On Sino-India Ties For Want Of A Visa

    China Scholar Misses Seminar On Sino-India Ties For Want Of A Visa

    A two-day high-profile seminar beginning in Kolkata today on China-India relations has had a last minute setback. On Tuesday, the only speaker from China - a professor at Shanghai University, Guo Xuetang - informed organisers he would not be able to attend the seminar because of visa issues.

  • Bengal Bypolls In Bag, Mamata Banerjee Puts Delhi On Notice

    Bengal Bypolls In Bag, Mamata Banerjee Puts Delhi On Notice

    Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today trampled all over the opposition in the bypolls held in West Bengal. The ruling party Trinamool Congress marked the victory by spelling out a new objective: a bigger role for Mamata Banerjee beyond Bengal.

  • In Bengal Bypolls, Mamata Banerjee's Party Wins But BJP Makes Biggest Gain

    In Bengal Bypolls, Mamata Banerjee's Party Wins But BJP Makes Biggest Gain

    Mamata Banerjee's ruling Trinamool Congress made short work of bye-elections in West Bengal today, snatching the Noapara Assembly seat from the Congress and retaining the Uluberia parliamentary constituency. The BJP has kept up its recent good run in the state and is second in both. The Congress, celebrating a comeback in Rajasthan, is in the deepe...

  • Start-Up Revolution On But New Jobs Still Few And Far Between, Mudra Notwithstanding

    Start-Up Revolution On But New Jobs Still Few And Far Between, Mudra Notwithstanding

    They are also start-ups. But instead of glass and chrome offices and suited executives, these start-ups are your vegetable vendor, fish seller, the aunty in the nearby down market housing colony who sells flashy sarees and kitsch jewellery.

  • 36 Killed As Bengal Bus Slams Through Bridge Into Canal, Sparks Anger

    36 Killed As Bengal Bus Slams Through Bridge Into Canal, Sparks Anger

    A bus packed with around 50 riders crashed through a bridge and plunged into a canal in West Bengal's Murshidabad on Monday morning killing at least 36 people.

  • One Month On, Former CAG Vinod Rai Won't Say A Word On 2G Verdict

    One Month On, Former CAG Vinod Rai Won't Say A Word On 2G Verdict

    For the second consecutive day during his visit to Kolkata, Vinod Rai, former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India whose report in 2010 pegged notional loss of Rs. 1.76 lakh crore to the national exchequer due to 2G spectrum allocation in 2008, refused to answer questions on the court's dismissal of the scam as non-existent and former tel...

  • In A First, Floating Market Inspired By Bangkok Opens In Kolkata

    In A First, Floating Market Inspired By Bangkok Opens In Kolkata

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's dream of changing Kolkata into London has taken a detour, it seems, via Bangkok. Like the one in Bangkok, Kolkata now has a floating market. The shopkeepers love it and are saying, why Bangkok, we could even be in Venice.

  • Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    If you thought the Communist Party of India Marxist was a musty geriatrics club, only good for some theoretical intra party pedantry, think again. The three-day meet of the Central Committee in Kolkata that ended on Sunday in a devastating blow to party general secretary Sitaram Yechury was a cloak and dagger delight a la 007.

  • As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As the CPM endorsed a proposal ruling out any alliance or electoral understanding with the Congress, it rejected through a vote on Sunday the approach suggested by the party general secretary, for the first time in over four decades

  • In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    For the second time in six months, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury failed to convince the party's most powerful decision-making body, the Central Committee (CC), that it was imperative to forge an understanding with the Congress to oust the BJP from power at the centre.

  • 9-Year-Old Shot Dead In Fight Between 2 Trinamool Groups

    9-Year-Old Shot Dead In Fight Between 2 Trinamool Groups

    A ferocious gun battle between a "mother and yuva", as it were, has cost a nine-year-old boy his life at Basanti in the Sunderbans of West Bengal.

  • United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    How determined and or how desperate are opposition parties to oust the Narendra Modi government from Delhi? Very, says the Communist Party of India Marxist or CPM.

  • Mukesh Ambani Says Will Invest Rs 5,000 Crore In "Best Bengal"

    Mukesh Ambani Says Will Invest Rs 5,000 Crore In "Best Bengal"

    India's ad industry should come down to Kolkata for the Bengal Global Business Summit next time. Not to invest big bucks but to hunt for talent.

  • Bimal Gurung Turns Up In Delhi, Says Ready To Talk With Bengal On Separate State

    Bimal Gurung Turns Up In Delhi, Says Ready To Talk With Bengal On Separate State

    Bimal Gurung, the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leader who spearheaded the demand for a separate state in the hills of Darjeeling, surfaced suddenly in Delhi today and declared he was ready for talks with the West Bengal government for a separate state.

  • At D-Litt Award Ceremony, Emotional Mamata Banerjee Speaks Of "Insult"

    At D-Litt Award Ceremony, Emotional Mamata Banerjee Speaks Of "Insult"

    Mamata Banerjee, mostly mercurial, today came close to tears after accepting the doctorate degree conferred on her by Calcutta University.

  • 'You Will Be Responsible For Trouble,' Says Mamata Banerjee On BJP Bike Rally

    'You Will Be Responsible For Trouble,' Says Mamata Banerjee On BJP Bike Rally

    A tug of war over Swami Vivekananda has been going on for some time between political rivals Trinamool Congress and the BJP in West Bengal. Now, on the eve of his birth anniversary on 12 January, that has erupted into an open fight

  • Retired Vice Chancellor Opposes Honorary Doctorate To Mamata Banerjee

    Retired Vice Chancellor Opposes Honorary Doctorate To Mamata Banerjee

    Calcutta University's decision to confer an honorary doctorate on Mamata Banerjee at its convocation tomorrow has hit a sudden bump. A retired vice chancellor of another university urged Calcutta High Court in a PIL heard for three hours today that a doctorate for the chief minister from a university that honoured Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit R...

  • BJP Attacks Mamata Banerjee Over Trinamool Congress's 'Purohit Sammelan'

    BJP Attacks Mamata Banerjee Over Trinamool Congress's '<i>Purohit Sammelan</i>'

    The BJP accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of mollifying the Hindu community after alleged minority appeasement for years after her party, the Trinamool Congress, hosted a purohit sammelan - a congregation of Hindu priests - in Birbhum district on Monday.

  • Fog, Jharkhand Tribal Protest Hit Train Services In West Bengal

    Fog, Jharkhand Tribal Protest Hit Train Services In West Bengal

    Train services were severely disrupted across West Bengal because of fog and blockades by tribal organisations across the state

  • BJP's Attempt To Poach Trinamool Leader For Bengal By-Poll Fails

    BJP's Attempt To Poach Trinamool Leader For Bengal By-Poll Fails

    In an awkward turn of events for the BJP in West Bengal, the party was forced to name a new candidate for the Noapara assembly seat today. This, after the candidate it named on Sunday, Manju Basu, a former Trinamool Congress legislator, declined to stand saying she is a staunch supporter of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee alone

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