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  • Manipur Student Leader Charged With Sedition, To Be Taken To Court

    Manipur Student Leader Charged With Sedition, To Be Taken To Court

    A 23-year-old student leader from Manipur who was arrested in Delhi last week on sedition charges is likely to be taken to a court in state capital Imphal on Tuesday. Veewon Thokchom's plea against his transit remand to Imphal was rejected by a court in the national capital.

  • 2 Allegedly Beaten To Death In Meghalaya's West Garo Hills, 1 Injured

    2 Allegedly Beaten To Death In Meghalaya's West Garo Hills, 1 Injured

    Two people were beaten to death by a mob in Meghalaya's West Garo Hills district, the police said on Friday. A third man was injured. The police said residents of Chanangpara village in the district found a car with the three men moving suspiciously at the area.

  • "We Want Justice": Assam Village Mourns Death Of CRPF Soldier In Pulwama

    "We Want Justice": Assam Village Mourns Death Of CRPF Soldier In Pulwama

    The impact of the terror attack at Kashmir's Pulwama was felt all the way down at Kalbari village in Assam's Baksa district today, as residents gathered to mourn the death of 48-year-old CRPF soldier Maneshwar Basumatary in the incident.

  • "Honour To Receive Bharat Ratna For Father", Says Bhupen Hazarika's Son

    "Honour To Receive Bharat Ratna For Father", Says Bhupen Hazarika's Son

    The son of music legend Bhupen Hazarika today said his statement earlier this week on his father receiving the Bharat Ratna was misinterpreted. Tej Hazarika, who is based in the US, had said in a statement that he was not happy on how the government planned to pass the "painfully unpopular" Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, which was against his father...

  • "We Win": Northeast Rejoices As Citizenship Amendment Bill Goes Off Rails

    "We Win": Northeast Rejoices As Citizenship Amendment Bill Goes Off Rails

    Celebrations broke out across the Northeast today as the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill-2016 lapsed before it could be ratified by the Rajya Sabha. The legislation had set off protests in the region, spurring violence and pitting communities against each other.

  • Manipur, Arunachal Chief Ministers Meet Rajnath Singh Over Citizenship Bill

    Manipur, Arunachal Chief Ministers Meet Rajnath Singh Over Citizenship Bill

    Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh and Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday to inform him of the ground situation in their states, where people are protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.

  • "Unwanted Controversy": Bhupen Hazarika's Brother Amid Bharat Ratna Row

    "Unwanted Controversy": Bhupen Hazarika's Brother Amid Bharat Ratna Row

    When Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika's name was announced for Bharat Ratna, the country's highest civilian honour, his son had described it as a "victory for humanity, diversity and the country's secular character".

  • Tripura Minister Seen Groping Colleague On Stage In PM's Presence

    Tripura Minister Seen Groping Colleague On Stage In PM's Presence

    A Tripura minister seen on video groping a female ministerial colleague on stage in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has landed in a major controversy with the opposition demanding that he be fired and charged with sexual harassment.

  • Bharat Ratna For "Cheap Thrills": Bhupen Hazarika's Son On Protest Mode

    Bharat Ratna For "Cheap Thrills": Bhupen Hazarika's Son On Protest Mode

    Assamese music legend Bhupen Hazarika's son on Monday strongly criticized the centre over the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016, and called the government's move to award his father with the Bharat Ratna "a display of short lived cheap thrills".

  • 6 Women Injured In Police Action Over Citizenship Bill Protest In Imphal

    6 Women Injured In Police Action Over Citizenship Bill Protest In Imphal

    Six women were injured when the police tried to disperse a group of people who had gathered to protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in Manipur's capital Imphal on Sunday. They have been admitted to a hospital, the police said. The women were protesting at the Ima Keithel or Mother's Market, where the traders are only women.

  • Amid Protests Over Citizenship Bill, PM Launches Projects In Northeast

    Amid Protests Over Citizenship Bill, PM Launches Projects In Northeast

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is leading the Bharatiya Janata Party's campaign blitzkrieg ahead of this year's Lok Sabha election, is visiting the northeast for a whirlwind tour of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura. Giving impetus to the BJP's Lok Sabha election campaign, PM Modi's visit to the three northeastern states is part of his ten-st...

  • Kolkata Police Commissioner Questioned For 8 Hours In Shillong As Political Row Simmers

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Questioned For 8 Hours In Shillong As Political Row Simmers

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar was questioned in Shillong by the CBI today for eight hours over his alleged role in destroying evidence related to the Saradha chit fund scam.

  • PM Modi Lands In Guwahati Amid Black Flag Protests

    PM Modi Lands In Guwahati Amid Black Flag Protests

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Guwahati for a two-day tour of the Northeast on Friday evening, only to be greeted with black flags and angry activists protesting the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill. Several civil society groups across the Northeast -- including the All Assam Students Union -- have decided to intensify their ongoing...

  • 3 Jawans Among 4 Injured In Blast Near Raj Bhawan In Manipur

    3 Jawans Among 4 Injured In Blast Near Raj Bhawan In Manipur

    Three jawans of Assam Rifles and one sugarcane juice vendor, a non-local, were injured in a blast near the Manipur Raj Bhawan this evening in Imphal.

  • Assam Budget 2019-20: Gold For Brides, Rice At Re 1 For Poor

    Assam Budget 2019-20: Gold For Brides, Rice At Re 1 For Poor

    The Bharatiya Janata Party-led Assam government today presented a Rs 1,193.04-crore deficit budget for 2019-20, ahead of the general elections this year when 14 Lok Sabha seats in the state can prove to be crucial for the party.

'Ratnadip Choudhury' - 345 Video Result(s)

'Ratnadip Choudhury' - 552 News Result(s)

  • Manipur Student Leader Charged With Sedition, To Be Taken To Court

    Manipur Student Leader Charged With Sedition, To Be Taken To Court

    A 23-year-old student leader from Manipur who was arrested in Delhi last week on sedition charges is likely to be taken to a court in state capital Imphal on Tuesday. Veewon Thokchom's plea against his transit remand to Imphal was rejected by a court in the national capital.

  • 2 Allegedly Beaten To Death In Meghalaya's West Garo Hills, 1 Injured

    2 Allegedly Beaten To Death In Meghalaya's West Garo Hills, 1 Injured

    Two people were beaten to death by a mob in Meghalaya's West Garo Hills district, the police said on Friday. A third man was injured. The police said residents of Chanangpara village in the district found a car with the three men moving suspiciously at the area.

  • "We Want Justice": Assam Village Mourns Death Of CRPF Soldier In Pulwama

    "We Want Justice": Assam Village Mourns Death Of CRPF Soldier In Pulwama

    The impact of the terror attack at Kashmir's Pulwama was felt all the way down at Kalbari village in Assam's Baksa district today, as residents gathered to mourn the death of 48-year-old CRPF soldier Maneshwar Basumatary in the incident.

  • "Honour To Receive Bharat Ratna For Father", Says Bhupen Hazarika's Son

    "Honour To Receive Bharat Ratna For Father", Says Bhupen Hazarika's Son

    The son of music legend Bhupen Hazarika today said his statement earlier this week on his father receiving the Bharat Ratna was misinterpreted. Tej Hazarika, who is based in the US, had said in a statement that he was not happy on how the government planned to pass the "painfully unpopular" Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, which was against his father...

  • "We Win": Northeast Rejoices As Citizenship Amendment Bill Goes Off Rails

    "We Win": Northeast Rejoices As Citizenship Amendment Bill Goes Off Rails

    Celebrations broke out across the Northeast today as the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill-2016 lapsed before it could be ratified by the Rajya Sabha. The legislation had set off protests in the region, spurring violence and pitting communities against each other.

  • Manipur, Arunachal Chief Ministers Meet Rajnath Singh Over Citizenship Bill

    Manipur, Arunachal Chief Ministers Meet Rajnath Singh Over Citizenship Bill

    Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh and Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday to inform him of the ground situation in their states, where people are protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.

  • "Unwanted Controversy": Bhupen Hazarika's Brother Amid Bharat Ratna Row

    "Unwanted Controversy": Bhupen Hazarika's Brother Amid Bharat Ratna Row

    When Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika's name was announced for Bharat Ratna, the country's highest civilian honour, his son had described it as a "victory for humanity, diversity and the country's secular character".

  • Tripura Minister Seen Groping Colleague On Stage In PM's Presence

    Tripura Minister Seen Groping Colleague On Stage In PM's Presence

    A Tripura minister seen on video groping a female ministerial colleague on stage in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has landed in a major controversy with the opposition demanding that he be fired and charged with sexual harassment.

  • Bharat Ratna For "Cheap Thrills": Bhupen Hazarika's Son On Protest Mode

    Bharat Ratna For "Cheap Thrills": Bhupen Hazarika's Son On Protest Mode

    Assamese music legend Bhupen Hazarika's son on Monday strongly criticized the centre over the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016, and called the government's move to award his father with the Bharat Ratna "a display of short lived cheap thrills".

  • 6 Women Injured In Police Action Over Citizenship Bill Protest In Imphal

    6 Women Injured In Police Action Over Citizenship Bill Protest In Imphal

    Six women were injured when the police tried to disperse a group of people who had gathered to protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in Manipur's capital Imphal on Sunday. They have been admitted to a hospital, the police said. The women were protesting at the Ima Keithel or Mother's Market, where the traders are only women.

  • Amid Protests Over Citizenship Bill, PM Launches Projects In Northeast

    Amid Protests Over Citizenship Bill, PM Launches Projects In Northeast

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is leading the Bharatiya Janata Party's campaign blitzkrieg ahead of this year's Lok Sabha election, is visiting the northeast for a whirlwind tour of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura. Giving impetus to the BJP's Lok Sabha election campaign, PM Modi's visit to the three northeastern states is part of his ten-st...

  • Kolkata Police Commissioner Questioned For 8 Hours In Shillong As Political Row Simmers

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Questioned For 8 Hours In Shillong As Political Row Simmers

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar was questioned in Shillong by the CBI today for eight hours over his alleged role in destroying evidence related to the Saradha chit fund scam.

  • PM Modi Lands In Guwahati Amid Black Flag Protests

    PM Modi Lands In Guwahati Amid Black Flag Protests

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Guwahati for a two-day tour of the Northeast on Friday evening, only to be greeted with black flags and angry activists protesting the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill. Several civil society groups across the Northeast -- including the All Assam Students Union -- have decided to intensify their ongoing...

  • 3 Jawans Among 4 Injured In Blast Near Raj Bhawan In Manipur

    3 Jawans Among 4 Injured In Blast Near Raj Bhawan In Manipur

    Three jawans of Assam Rifles and one sugarcane juice vendor, a non-local, were injured in a blast near the Manipur Raj Bhawan this evening in Imphal.

  • Assam Budget 2019-20: Gold For Brides, Rice At Re 1 For Poor

    Assam Budget 2019-20: Gold For Brides, Rice At Re 1 For Poor

    The Bharatiya Janata Party-led Assam government today presented a Rs 1,193.04-crore deficit budget for 2019-20, ahead of the general elections this year when 14 Lok Sabha seats in the state can prove to be crucial for the party.

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