Shyam Balasubramanian


'Shyam Balasubramanian' - 327 News Result(s)

  • Delhi's Anti-Corruption Helpline Doubles Up as Dengue Call Centre

    Delhi's Anti-Corruption Helpline Doubles Up as Dengue Call Centre

    The Delhi government has from today turned its anti-corruption helpline at the number 1031, into a dengue helpline, as the capital grapples with a lethal outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease. 11 people have died and more than 1,800 dengue cases have been recorded in the city.

  • Love My Wife, Says AAP's Somnath Bharti, Accused of Trying to Kill Her

    Love My Wife, Says AAP's Somnath Bharti, Accused of Trying to Kill Her

    Accompanied by his labrador, Somnath Bharti, leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, showed up at a police station in Delhi last night to refute allegation that he is dodging a criminal inquiry.

  • Kumbh Super-Cop: He Jumped 20 Feet Into the River to Save a Life

    Kumbh Super-Cop: He Jumped 20 Feet Into the River to Save a Life

    A devotee attending the Kumbh Mela in Nashik in Maharashtra tried to kill himself by jumping off a bridge into the waters of the River Godavari below.

  • A Beginner's Guide to Bihar's Alliances of Many Frenemies

    A Beginner's Guide to Bihar's Alliances of Many Frenemies

    BJP chief Amit Shah has called the Bihar election a battle between "a coalition of compulsion" and "a coalition of common chemistry and similar ideologies." History and current events, however, present a far more complex web of political relationships. It's complicated.

  • Mark of Protest. Ally Lalu Yadav Will Skip Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    Mark of Protest. Ally Lalu Yadav Will Skip Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    The anti-BJP alliance in Bihar remains an unhappy collaboration, with Lalu Yadav making it clear that he will not attend partner Rahul Gandhi's rally on Saturday.

  • Feel Worried Till Daughter Returns From IIT Campus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Feel Worried Till Daughter Returns From IIT Campus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that his family gets restless till the time his daughter returns home from the IIT campus, where she is a student.

  • Supreme Court to Review Ban on Chief Ministers' Pics in Ads

    Supreme Court to Review Ban on Chief Ministers' Pics in Ads

    A ban on the photos of Chief Ministers in government ads may be revoked. The Supreme Court has today agreed to reconsider its earlier verdict which said only photos of the Prime Minister, President and Chief Justice of India are permitted in publicity funded by taxpayers.

  • Charges of Human Sacrifice for Granite Baron in Tamil Nadu

    Charges of Human Sacrifice for Granite Baron in Tamil Nadu

    A baby's bones are among the remains of four human bodies that have been unearthed as the macabre offshoot of an investigation into illegal mining in and around Madurai in Tamil Nadu.

  • Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today

    Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today

    Twelve men convicted for the 7/11 serial blasts on Mumbai's local trains in 2006, are expected to be sentenced by a court today. The prosecution has said it will seek the strictest punishment, the death sentence or a life term, for those charged with murder.

  • Delhi's Worst Dengue Outbreak in 5 Years Could Get Worse, Say Doctors

    Delhi's Worst Dengue Outbreak in 5 Years Could Get Worse, Say Doctors

    Delhi is witnessing its biggest outbreak of dengue cases in five years. The strains of the disease that have emerged as the more dominant subtypes this year involve rapid drops in platelet levels, leading to a rush at clinics, hospitals and blood banks. Doctors believe the coming four weeks could see a rise in cases as the temperatures haven't dipp...

  • Gurgaon Fumes Over Haryana's 9-Day Meat Ban

    Gurgaon Fumes Over Haryana's 9-Day Meat Ban

    The nine-day meat ban announced by the Haryana government has not gone down well in Gurgaon. Unhappiness here with the ban rises from a variety of reasons, from a temporary loss of livelihood to the perceived violation of personal liberties.

  • Stand-Off Between Indian, Chinese Troops in Ladakh After China Builds Watchtower

    Stand-Off Between Indian, Chinese Troops in Ladakh After China Builds Watchtower

    A stand-off is on between Indian and Chinese troops in the Burtse region of northern Ladakh. Both sides have sent reinforcements, top officials have told NDTV. The stand-off began after Indian troops dismantled a watchtower the Chinese were building close to the mutually-agreed patrolling line.

  • VIP Arrangements For Me Not Ok, PM Modi Tells Chandigarh: 10 Developments

    VIP Arrangements For Me Not Ok, PM Modi Tells Chandigarh: 10 Developments

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted his regrets for the inconvenience caused to Chandigarh by his visit to the city today. The PM said on Twitter that an inquiry will hold officials responsible for the arrangements that threw residents' life into disarray.

  • For PM Modi's Chandigarh Visit, Cremation Ground Turned into Parking Lot

    For PM Modi's Chandigarh Visit, Cremation Ground Turned into Parking Lot

    Arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Chandigarh visit today include a cremation ground being turned into a temporary parking lot, next to a public park where he will make an address.

  • 12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments

    12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments

    Twelve of 13 men accused of planting bombs on Mumbai's local trains that killed 189 people nine years ago, have been convicted. The prosecution is expected to seek the death sentence or life in prison for the convicts when they will be sentenced on Monday next. One man has been acquitted.

'Shyam Balasubramanian' - 327 News Result(s)

  • Delhi's Anti-Corruption Helpline Doubles Up as Dengue Call Centre

    Delhi's Anti-Corruption Helpline Doubles Up as Dengue Call Centre

    The Delhi government has from today turned its anti-corruption helpline at the number 1031, into a dengue helpline, as the capital grapples with a lethal outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease. 11 people have died and more than 1,800 dengue cases have been recorded in the city.

  • Love My Wife, Says AAP's Somnath Bharti, Accused of Trying to Kill Her

    Love My Wife, Says AAP's Somnath Bharti, Accused of Trying to Kill Her

    Accompanied by his labrador, Somnath Bharti, leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, showed up at a police station in Delhi last night to refute allegation that he is dodging a criminal inquiry.

  • Kumbh Super-Cop: He Jumped 20 Feet Into the River to Save a Life

    Kumbh Super-Cop: He Jumped 20 Feet Into the River to Save a Life

    A devotee attending the Kumbh Mela in Nashik in Maharashtra tried to kill himself by jumping off a bridge into the waters of the River Godavari below.

  • A Beginner's Guide to Bihar's Alliances of Many Frenemies

    A Beginner's Guide to Bihar's Alliances of Many Frenemies

    BJP chief Amit Shah has called the Bihar election a battle between "a coalition of compulsion" and "a coalition of common chemistry and similar ideologies." History and current events, however, present a far more complex web of political relationships. It's complicated.

  • Mark of Protest. Ally Lalu Yadav Will Skip Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    Mark of Protest. Ally Lalu Yadav Will Skip Rahul Gandhi's Rally

    The anti-BJP alliance in Bihar remains an unhappy collaboration, with Lalu Yadav making it clear that he will not attend partner Rahul Gandhi's rally on Saturday.

  • Feel Worried Till Daughter Returns From IIT Campus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Feel Worried Till Daughter Returns From IIT Campus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that his family gets restless till the time his daughter returns home from the IIT campus, where she is a student.

  • Supreme Court to Review Ban on Chief Ministers' Pics in Ads

    Supreme Court to Review Ban on Chief Ministers' Pics in Ads

    A ban on the photos of Chief Ministers in government ads may be revoked. The Supreme Court has today agreed to reconsider its earlier verdict which said only photos of the Prime Minister, President and Chief Justice of India are permitted in publicity funded by taxpayers.

  • Charges of Human Sacrifice for Granite Baron in Tamil Nadu

    Charges of Human Sacrifice for Granite Baron in Tamil Nadu

    A baby's bones are among the remains of four human bodies that have been unearthed as the macabre offshoot of an investigation into illegal mining in and around Madurai in Tamil Nadu.

  • Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today

    Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today

    Twelve men convicted for the 7/11 serial blasts on Mumbai's local trains in 2006, are expected to be sentenced by a court today. The prosecution has said it will seek the strictest punishment, the death sentence or a life term, for those charged with murder.

  • Delhi's Worst Dengue Outbreak in 5 Years Could Get Worse, Say Doctors

    Delhi's Worst Dengue Outbreak in 5 Years Could Get Worse, Say Doctors

    Delhi is witnessing its biggest outbreak of dengue cases in five years. The strains of the disease that have emerged as the more dominant subtypes this year involve rapid drops in platelet levels, leading to a rush at clinics, hospitals and blood banks. Doctors believe the coming four weeks could see a rise in cases as the temperatures haven't dipp...

  • Gurgaon Fumes Over Haryana's 9-Day Meat Ban

    Gurgaon Fumes Over Haryana's 9-Day Meat Ban

    The nine-day meat ban announced by the Haryana government has not gone down well in Gurgaon. Unhappiness here with the ban rises from a variety of reasons, from a temporary loss of livelihood to the perceived violation of personal liberties.

  • Stand-Off Between Indian, Chinese Troops in Ladakh After China Builds Watchtower

    Stand-Off Between Indian, Chinese Troops in Ladakh After China Builds Watchtower

    A stand-off is on between Indian and Chinese troops in the Burtse region of northern Ladakh. Both sides have sent reinforcements, top officials have told NDTV. The stand-off began after Indian troops dismantled a watchtower the Chinese were building close to the mutually-agreed patrolling line.

  • VIP Arrangements For Me Not Ok, PM Modi Tells Chandigarh: 10 Developments

    VIP Arrangements For Me Not Ok, PM Modi Tells Chandigarh: 10 Developments

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted his regrets for the inconvenience caused to Chandigarh by his visit to the city today. The PM said on Twitter that an inquiry will hold officials responsible for the arrangements that threw residents' life into disarray.

  • For PM Modi's Chandigarh Visit, Cremation Ground Turned into Parking Lot

    For PM Modi's Chandigarh Visit, Cremation Ground Turned into Parking Lot

    Arrangements for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Chandigarh visit today include a cremation ground being turned into a temporary parking lot, next to a public park where he will make an address.

  • 12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments

    12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments

    Twelve of 13 men accused of planting bombs on Mumbai's local trains that killed 189 people nine years ago, have been convicted. The prosecution is expected to seek the death sentence or life in prison for the convicts when they will be sentenced on Monday next. One man has been acquitted.

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