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  • A Letter, 100 Tweets Had Warned About Mumbai Bridge Where 22 Were Killed

    A Letter, 100 Tweets Had Warned About Mumbai Bridge Where 22 Were Killed

    A city that will soon have a bullet train doesn't even have a safe railway bridge, commented angry residents in Mumbai after a stampede left 22 dead and over 30 wounded this morning.

  • In Meeting Of Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh, An Invitation And A Sign

    In Meeting Of Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh, An Invitation And A Sign

    Akhilesh Yadav today visited his father Mulayam Singh Yadav at his Lucknow home and invited him to a key meeting next week of the Samajwadi Party, which he now heads after a bitter tussle for power early this year. It is believed to be the first meeting between the two in many months.

  • Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    The Congress should pick Jyotiraditya Scindia as its presumptive Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh, said Kamal Nath, the party's most senior leader from the state, to reporters today.

  • Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government, P Chidamabaram Pats Yashwant Sinha On The Back

    Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government, P Chidamabaram Pats Yashwant Sinha On The Back

    As Congress leaders gleefully weigh in with an I-told-you-so over BJP senior Yashwant Sinha's lacerating criticism of the government's handling of the economy, the opposition party's vice president Rahul Gandhi has tweeted a taunt from Gujarat, where he is wrapping up a three-day election campaign tour.

  • Rahul Gandhi In Gujarat LIVE: To Interact With Traders, Industrialists In Rajkot

    Rahul Gandhi In Gujarat LIVE: To Interact With Traders, Industrialists In Rajkot

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, on a three-day visit to Gujarat, is scheduled to visit Tankara and Dhrol in Jamnagar district and Wankaner in Morbi district today - the second day of his tour. Mr Gandhi will then travel to Rajkot, where he is scheduled to interact with traders and industrialists in the afternoon.

  • Ukraine Envoy's Phone, Stolen While Taking Selfie At Red Fort, Recovered

    Ukraine Envoy's Phone, Stolen While Taking Selfie At Red Fort, Recovered

    Ukraine's ambassador to India whose phone was stolen on Wednesday has been recovered by Delhi Police. Ambassador Igor Polikha was clicking a selfie near the Red Fort when his mobile was snatched away. One person has been arrested in the case.

  • Case Against Rajasthan 'Godman' For Alleged Sexual Assault

    Case Against Rajasthan 'Godman' For Alleged Sexual Assault

    A self-styled godman in Rajasthan was on Wednesday booked for alleged sexual exploitation of a 21-year-old woman from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh, police said.

  • Donald Trump's First Speech At United Nations: Threatens To 'Destroy North Korea', Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'

    Donald Trump's First Speech At United Nations: Threatens To 'Destroy North Korea', Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'

    US President Donald Trump is delivering his first address at the United Nations amid global anxiety over North Korea and Iran. Trump took the podium at the General Assembly just after Brazil's Michel Temer, presenting his message to the world as he pushes his nationalist "America First" agenda. At a first UN appearance on Monday, Trump vowed to pus...

  • Shinzo Abe In Gujarat LIVE: After Bullet Train Foundation, PM Narendra Modi, Japanese PM Sign Agreements

    Shinzo Abe In Gujarat LIVE: After Bullet Train Foundation, PM Narendra Modi, Japanese PM Sign Agreements

    On Day 2 of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Gujarat, he and PM Narendra Modi jointly launched the high-speed bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai which is expected to be completed by 2022. On Wednesday night, PM Modi hosted a grand dinner for his Japanese counterpart and his wife Akie at Ahmedabad's famous 'Agashiye' rest...

  • PM Modi, Shinzo Abe Visit Iconic Mosque In Ahmedabad

    PM Modi, Shinzo Abe Visit Iconic Mosque In Ahmedabad

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today visited the Sidi Saiyyed Ki Jaali mosque in Ahmedabad, the last of the major Mughal era shrines in the Gujarat city.

  • For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    Ruling that it is pointless to "perpetuate a purposeless marriage and to prolong the agony of the parties", the Supreme Court today made a big change to the rules for Hindu couples looking to divorce.

  • Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar is showing no burnout when it comes to agreeing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Yesterday, the Bihar Chief Minister said the PM is correct to claim that his shock demonetisation move animated the war against black money. Today, Mr Kumar said the Prime Minister's pushing of simultaneous state and general elections is sagacious.

  • BJP Notice To Ram Guha, Who Linked Gauri Lankesh Murder To Sangh Parivar

    BJP Notice To Ram Guha, Who Linked Gauri Lankesh Murder To Sangh Parivar

    The BJP has sent a legal notice to historian Ramachandra Guha, who had alleged that journalist Gauri Lankesh's killers could be from the Sangh Parivar - a group of organisations led by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's ideological mentor. Mr Guha has been warned of civil and criminal action if he doesn't offer an unconditional apolog...

  • 'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    India cannot carry out collective expulsions or return people to a place where they risk torture, the UN said today in a sharp statement amid reports that the government plans to deport thousands of Rohingyas who have fled violence in Myanmar.

  • Maharashtra Minister's Daughter Shruti Badole Gets Scholarship, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Steps In

    Maharashtra Minister's Daughter Shruti Badole Gets Scholarship, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Steps In

    A Maharashtra minister Rajkumar Badole's daughter has said she will not accept a state government scholarship to study abroad, after Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis sought an explanation from her father.

'Raija Susan Panicker' - 564 News Result(s)

  • A Letter, 100 Tweets Had Warned About Mumbai Bridge Where 22 Were Killed

    A Letter, 100 Tweets Had Warned About Mumbai Bridge Where 22 Were Killed

    A city that will soon have a bullet train doesn't even have a safe railway bridge, commented angry residents in Mumbai after a stampede left 22 dead and over 30 wounded this morning.

  • In Meeting Of Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh, An Invitation And A Sign

    In Meeting Of Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh, An Invitation And A Sign

    Akhilesh Yadav today visited his father Mulayam Singh Yadav at his Lucknow home and invited him to a key meeting next week of the Samajwadi Party, which he now heads after a bitter tussle for power early this year. It is believed to be the first meeting between the two in many months.

  • Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    The Congress should pick Jyotiraditya Scindia as its presumptive Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh, said Kamal Nath, the party's most senior leader from the state, to reporters today.

  • Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government, P Chidamabaram Pats Yashwant Sinha On The Back

    Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government, P Chidamabaram Pats Yashwant Sinha On The Back

    As Congress leaders gleefully weigh in with an I-told-you-so over BJP senior Yashwant Sinha's lacerating criticism of the government's handling of the economy, the opposition party's vice president Rahul Gandhi has tweeted a taunt from Gujarat, where he is wrapping up a three-day election campaign tour.

  • Rahul Gandhi In Gujarat LIVE: To Interact With Traders, Industrialists In Rajkot

    Rahul Gandhi In Gujarat LIVE: To Interact With Traders, Industrialists In Rajkot

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, on a three-day visit to Gujarat, is scheduled to visit Tankara and Dhrol in Jamnagar district and Wankaner in Morbi district today - the second day of his tour. Mr Gandhi will then travel to Rajkot, where he is scheduled to interact with traders and industrialists in the afternoon.

  • Ukraine Envoy's Phone, Stolen While Taking Selfie At Red Fort, Recovered

    Ukraine Envoy's Phone, Stolen While Taking Selfie At Red Fort, Recovered

    Ukraine's ambassador to India whose phone was stolen on Wednesday has been recovered by Delhi Police. Ambassador Igor Polikha was clicking a selfie near the Red Fort when his mobile was snatched away. One person has been arrested in the case.

  • Case Against Rajasthan 'Godman' For Alleged Sexual Assault

    Case Against Rajasthan 'Godman' For Alleged Sexual Assault

    A self-styled godman in Rajasthan was on Wednesday booked for alleged sexual exploitation of a 21-year-old woman from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh, police said.

  • Donald Trump's First Speech At United Nations: Threatens To 'Destroy North Korea', Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'

    Donald Trump's First Speech At United Nations: Threatens To 'Destroy North Korea', Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'

    US President Donald Trump is delivering his first address at the United Nations amid global anxiety over North Korea and Iran. Trump took the podium at the General Assembly just after Brazil's Michel Temer, presenting his message to the world as he pushes his nationalist "America First" agenda. At a first UN appearance on Monday, Trump vowed to pus...

  • Shinzo Abe In Gujarat LIVE: After Bullet Train Foundation, PM Narendra Modi, Japanese PM Sign Agreements

    Shinzo Abe In Gujarat LIVE: After Bullet Train Foundation, PM Narendra Modi, Japanese PM Sign Agreements

    On Day 2 of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Gujarat, he and PM Narendra Modi jointly launched the high-speed bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai which is expected to be completed by 2022. On Wednesday night, PM Modi hosted a grand dinner for his Japanese counterpart and his wife Akie at Ahmedabad's famous 'Agashiye' rest...

  • PM Modi, Shinzo Abe Visit Iconic Mosque In Ahmedabad

    PM Modi, Shinzo Abe Visit Iconic Mosque In Ahmedabad

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe today visited the Sidi Saiyyed Ki Jaali mosque in Ahmedabad, the last of the major Mughal era shrines in the Gujarat city.

  • For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    Ruling that it is pointless to "perpetuate a purposeless marriage and to prolong the agony of the parties", the Supreme Court today made a big change to the rules for Hindu couples looking to divorce.

  • Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar is showing no burnout when it comes to agreeing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Yesterday, the Bihar Chief Minister said the PM is correct to claim that his shock demonetisation move animated the war against black money. Today, Mr Kumar said the Prime Minister's pushing of simultaneous state and general elections is sagacious.

  • BJP Notice To Ram Guha, Who Linked Gauri Lankesh Murder To Sangh Parivar

    BJP Notice To Ram Guha, Who Linked Gauri Lankesh Murder To Sangh Parivar

    The BJP has sent a legal notice to historian Ramachandra Guha, who had alleged that journalist Gauri Lankesh's killers could be from the Sangh Parivar - a group of organisations led by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's ideological mentor. Mr Guha has been warned of civil and criminal action if he doesn't offer an unconditional apolog...

  • 'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    'Deplore Current Measures In India To Deport Rohingyas': UN Body

    India cannot carry out collective expulsions or return people to a place where they risk torture, the UN said today in a sharp statement amid reports that the government plans to deport thousands of Rohingyas who have fled violence in Myanmar.

  • Maharashtra Minister's Daughter Shruti Badole Gets Scholarship, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Steps In

    Maharashtra Minister's Daughter Shruti Badole Gets Scholarship, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Steps In

    A Maharashtra minister Rajkumar Badole's daughter has said she will not accept a state government scholarship to study abroad, after Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis sought an explanation from her father.

  • State Funeral, Candlelight Vigils For Journalist Gauri Lankesh Amid Outrage Over Her Murder

    State Funeral, Candlelight Vigils For Journalist Gauri Lankesh Amid Outrage Over Her Murder

    Hundreds gathered to pay their respects to senior journalist and activist Gauri Lankesh, who was buried on Wednesday evening with full state honours at a cemetery in Bengaluru's Chamarajpet. The police gave a gun salute to Ms Lankesh, 55, who was shot dead at point-blank range at her home yesterday.

  • Pakistan Rejects BRICS' Statement On Terror Groups

    Pakistan Rejects BRICS' Statement On Terror Groups

    Pakistan on Tuesday rejected a statement by India, China and the other three members of BRICS that highlighted terror groups within Pakistan posing regional security concern.

  • New Ministry, Check. Now A Break: Arvind Kejriwal Off On Vipassana Course

    New Ministry, Check. Now A Break: Arvind Kejriwal Off On Vipassana Course

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who took over his first portfolio since the party came to power in Delhi two years ago, will take a 10-day meditation break starting Sunday. His destination is Igatpuri - a picturesque hill station in Maharashtra's Nashik -- where he plans to pursue another course in Vipassana, an ancient Buddhist meditation t...

  • PM Modi, Shinzo Abe To Perform Groundbreaking Ceremony Of India's Bullet Train Project

    PM Modi, Shinzo Abe To Perform Groundbreaking Ceremony Of India's Bullet Train Project

    As India plans to launch its first bullet train that will race between Mumbai and Ahmedabad by 2023, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the ambitious project next month.

  • Triple Talaq Challenger Ishrat Jahan's Missing Children Found

    <i>Triple Talaq</i> Challenger Ishrat Jahan's Missing Children Found

    The two missing children of Ishrat Jahan, one of the five women who challenged instant triple talaq and won, have been traced. The children had been taken to a relative's house in Bardhaman - about 100 km from Kolkata - by their father, the police said this evening. Ishrat Jahan, 31, had accused her husband of kidnapping two of her four children.

  • In Defamation Case, High Court Dismisses Arvind Kejriwal's Plea Against Speedy Trial

    In Defamation Case, High Court Dismisses Arvind Kejriwal's Plea Against Speedy Trial

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's plea, questioning the decision of a judge to expedite the hearing of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's defamation suit against him, was rejected by the Delhi High Court today. Five other AAP leaders have been accused in the case as well.

  • 'Mujhe Maaf Kar Do', Wept Ram Rahim, Had To Be Dragged Out Of Court

    '<i>Mujhe Maaf Kar Do</i>', Wept Ram Rahim, Had To Be Dragged Out Of Court

    As a judge sentenced him to 20 years in jail today, self-styled spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh refused to leave the courtroom and wept, begging for leniency. "Mujhe maaf kar do (forgive me)," pleaded the flamboyant chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect, who claims a legion of followers.

  • 'Those Who Take To Violence Won't Be Spared': PM After Haryana Riots

    'Those Who Take To Violence Won't Be Spared': PM After Haryana Riots

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asserted in his radio programme Mann ki Baat this morning that any person or group of people "taking the law in their hands will not be spared." Violence in the name of faith is unacceptable, the Prime Minister has said, two days after followers of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh erupted in violence that ...

  • No Entry For Ram Rahim's Followers In Rohtak Ahead of Sentencing: Police

    No Entry For Ram Rahim's Followers In Rohtak Ahead of Sentencing: Police

    There is multi-layered security around the jail in Haryana's Rohtak where self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has been kept after his conviction and arrest in a 2002 rape case. The 50-year-old chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect will be sentenced on Monday, with court proceedings to be held at the prison. His followers are being prevented fro...

  • Ram Rahim Rape Verdict: Press Club Of India Asks Government To Ensure Journalists' Safety

    Ram Rahim Rape Verdict: Press Club Of India Asks Government To Ensure Journalists' Safety

    Condemning the violence against journalists in Panchkula, the Press Club of India on Friday asked the Haryana state government to ensure the safety of journalists and compensate for their losses.

  • BJP Lawmaker Sakshi Maharaj Says Ram Rahim Being 'Harassed', Attacks Court

    BJP Lawmaker Sakshi Maharaj Says Ram Rahim Being 'Harassed', Attacks Court

    Self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, held guilty of raping two women followers by a court in Haryana's Panchkula today, found strong support in BJP lawmaker Sakshi Maharaj, who said the chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect is being "harassed." 30 people have died and 250 are injured in violence that erupted after the court's verdict, in Panchk...

  • At Ram Rahim's Home Base, Sirsa, Skyline On Fire, Army Called In

    At Ram Rahim's Home Base, Sirsa, Skyline On Fire, Army Called In

    Thousands of people, near impossible to control, clashed with the police in Sirsa, the town in Haryana where self-styled spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has a campus that sprawls at least 700 acres. The violence began within minutes of Ram Rahim, 50, was convicted of raping two women followers by a court in Panchkula, nearly 250 kilometres a...

  • Ram Rahim Arrived To Court In 200-Car Convoy, Left In Helicopter

    Ram Rahim Arrived To Court In 200-Car Convoy, Left In Helicopter

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was flown out of Panchkula by helicopter on Friday evening, as clashes, arson and violence erupted in the Haryana town soon after a court found the self-styled spiritual guru guilty of raping two women followers 15 years ago.

  • As Panchkula Brought To Knees By Ram Rahim Sect, Army Called In

    As Panchkula Brought To Knees By Ram Rahim Sect, Army Called In

    Followers of self-styled spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh turned violent on Friday after he was found guilty of raping two women followers by a Panchkula court and convicted. He has been arrested and will be sentenced on Monday.

  • Go Home, Ram Rahim Appeals At Midnight To Followers: 10 Facts

    Go Home, Ram Rahim Appeals At Midnight To Followers: 10 Facts

    A court at Panchkula in Haryana will today deliver a verdict in the case against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, dubbed the "guru in bling" for his penchant for ornate clothes and jewellery. Tens of thousands of his followers have descended on the city, just 11 km from Chandigarh, triggering concerns of violence after the verdict. Army columns arrived in ...

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