Siddharth Ranjan Das


'Siddharth Ranjan Das' - 447 News Result(s)

  • Man Who Buried Girlfriend Allegedly Also Killed Parents, Skulls Found

    Man Who Buried Girlfriend Allegedly Also Killed Parents, Skulls Found

    Two days after the body of a young woman was found in a block of concrete at the home of her lover in Bhopal, the police have dug out more grisly remains - two skulls - in another city. Udayan Das, arrested for the murder of his live-in girlfriend Akanksha Sharma, has allegedly admitted that six years ago, he killed and buried his parents as well.

  • She Met Him Online. Found In Bhopal Home, Buried Under Concrete

    She Met Him Online. Found In Bhopal Home, Buried Under Concrete

    Police used large drills for three hours last night to extricate the dead body of a young woman who was allegedly killed by her lover in Bhopal.

  • Maoist Attack On Police Convoy At Odisha-Andhra Pradesh Border, 7 Die

    Maoist Attack On Police Convoy At Odisha-Andhra Pradesh Border, 7 Die

    Seven policemen were killed in a Maoist attack in Koraput, near the Odisha-Andhra Pradesh border. The policemen were part of a convoy which was going from Koraput to Cuttack for training. The Maoists detonated an Improvised Explosive Device when the mini bus, carrying 12 policemen and a civilian, reached near Mogarguma village on the Sunki-Salur hi...

  • Indian Dogs Now Part Of Bomb Disposal Squad In Bastar

    Indian Dogs Now Part Of Bomb Disposal Squad In Bastar

    It is common perception that our indigenous dog breed is simply not up to the job when it comes to being part of the bomb disposal squad in the security forces. But the Central Reserve Police Force or CRPF jawans in Kondagaon area of Chhattisgarh's Bastar have proved this notion to be wrong.

  • With Motorbike-Ambulances, Number Of Child Deliveries Go Up In Chhattisgarh’s Tribal Areas

    With Motorbike-Ambulances, Number Of Child Deliveries Go Up In Chhattisgarh’s Tribal Areas

    Narayanpur, Chhattisgarh: In Narayanpur district’s Palli village, 250 kms from Raipur, about two weeks ago, Pramila Koram’s water broke in the middle of the night. With the standard ambulance 8 kms away and no roads to her village, her husband Suresh Koram called the motorbike ambulance to rush her to the primary health center for delivery. Ms ...

  • On BSF Man's Food Video, Bastar Forces' Query: Why Would He Risk His Job?

    On BSF Man's Food Video, Bastar Forces' Query: Why Would He Risk His Job?

    Panned by the Border Security Force after his viral videos complaining about the food served at the kitchens in the Line of Control, BSF constable Tej Bahadur Yadav has found support among his colleagues in the CRPF in faraway Bastar, in Chhattisgarh. The general opinion - expressed carefully on condition of anonymity - is that the jawan would not ...

  • Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Secretaries On Strike, Villagers Left Jobless

    Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Secretaries On Strike, Villagers Left Jobless

    50-year-old Lakshmi Bai who worked at the Panchayat Bhawan construction site in Chirodia village, 7 kilometres from Madhya Pradesh's Vidisha, has been jobless for the last 15 days due to strike by the sarpanch and panchayat secretaries in the state. Her son and husband, who are daily wagers, are struggling to find work in cities, due to the notes b...

  • In Bhopal, A 'Wall Of Dedication' Helps Those In Need

    In Bhopal, A 'Wall Of Dedication' Helps Those In Need

    At the New Market square in Bhopal, 60-year-old physically disabled beggar Raju, walks over to the 'Wall of Dedication' to find some clothes for his family. Donors leave whatever they don't need and the poor can pick up necessities by the wall. "I was passing by and I saw clothes being distributed here. So I requested them to give me some. I have t...

  • Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's Shoes Carried By Security Officer

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's Shoes Carried By Security Officer

    Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan walks in his socks as his shoes are carried by a police officer, in images that have gone viral on social media.

  • Is Madhya Pradesh's First Digital Village Prepared To Go Cashless?

    Is Madhya Pradesh's First Digital Village Prepared To Go Cashless?

    It has been over a month since the notes ban came into effect and the centre is encouraging people across the country to do cashless transactions. In a bid to promote cashless economy, especially in rural India, the Madhya Pradesh Government along with a public sector bank has made a village digital to facilitate cashless transactions.

  • Bhopal Farmers Hit Hard After Centre Scraps Import Duty On Wheat

    Bhopal Farmers Hit Hard After Centre Scraps Import Duty On Wheat

    38-year-old farmer Deenu Yadav, who lives some 40 kms from state capital Bhopal, is uncertain whether the wheat crop he's growing will fetch him good price now that the centre has scrapped import duty on the grain. The government says the decision was taken to reduce domestic prices and denies there's a shortage.

  • With Wages Unpaid, Bastar Labourers Stop Work At Construction Sites

    With Wages Unpaid, Bastar Labourers Stop Work At Construction Sites

    In the Naxal stronghold of Chhattisgarh's Bastar, the tribal population working at construction sites has been struck hard by the currency ban.

  • Have Maoists Been Crippled By Currency Ban, NDTV Investigates

    Have Maoists Been Crippled By Currency Ban, NDTV Investigates

    Almost three weeks after the government banned 500 and 1,000 rupee notes the situation in many cities is now gradually returning to normal. The centre had claimed that the move will not only affect people who are hoarding black money, but also financially cripple the Maoists. So has the currency ban really affected the Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Bas...

  • Remedy To What? Villagers In Bastar Still Learning About Notes Ban

    Remedy To What? Villagers In Bastar Still Learning About Notes Ban

    Locals in Gundul village in Chhattisgarh's Kanker district are amazed to see the new Rs 2,000 notes. They had only heard of the currency ban at a nearby market.

  • A Rare Sight - Working ATM, No Lines. Villagers Don't Know How To Use It

    A Rare Sight - Working ATM, No Lines. Villagers Don't Know How To Use It

    At the ATM outside a public undertaking bank just 25 kilometres from Bhopal, there is no sign of the sort of lines that are making daily headlines.

'Siddharth Ranjan Das' - 434 Video Result(s)

'Siddharth Ranjan Das' - 447 News Result(s)

  • Man Who Buried Girlfriend Allegedly Also Killed Parents, Skulls Found

    Man Who Buried Girlfriend Allegedly Also Killed Parents, Skulls Found

    Two days after the body of a young woman was found in a block of concrete at the home of her lover in Bhopal, the police have dug out more grisly remains - two skulls - in another city. Udayan Das, arrested for the murder of his live-in girlfriend Akanksha Sharma, has allegedly admitted that six years ago, he killed and buried his parents as well.

  • She Met Him Online. Found In Bhopal Home, Buried Under Concrete

    She Met Him Online. Found In Bhopal Home, Buried Under Concrete

    Police used large drills for three hours last night to extricate the dead body of a young woman who was allegedly killed by her lover in Bhopal.

  • Maoist Attack On Police Convoy At Odisha-Andhra Pradesh Border, 7 Die

    Maoist Attack On Police Convoy At Odisha-Andhra Pradesh Border, 7 Die

    Seven policemen were killed in a Maoist attack in Koraput, near the Odisha-Andhra Pradesh border. The policemen were part of a convoy which was going from Koraput to Cuttack for training. The Maoists detonated an Improvised Explosive Device when the mini bus, carrying 12 policemen and a civilian, reached near Mogarguma village on the Sunki-Salur hi...

  • Indian Dogs Now Part Of Bomb Disposal Squad In Bastar

    Indian Dogs Now Part Of Bomb Disposal Squad In Bastar

    It is common perception that our indigenous dog breed is simply not up to the job when it comes to being part of the bomb disposal squad in the security forces. But the Central Reserve Police Force or CRPF jawans in Kondagaon area of Chhattisgarh's Bastar have proved this notion to be wrong.

  • With Motorbike-Ambulances, Number Of Child Deliveries Go Up In Chhattisgarh’s Tribal Areas

    With Motorbike-Ambulances, Number Of Child Deliveries Go Up In Chhattisgarh’s Tribal Areas

    Narayanpur, Chhattisgarh: In Narayanpur district’s Palli village, 250 kms from Raipur, about two weeks ago, Pramila Koram’s water broke in the middle of the night. With the standard ambulance 8 kms away and no roads to her village, her husband Suresh Koram called the motorbike ambulance to rush her to the primary health center for delivery. Ms ...

  • On BSF Man's Food Video, Bastar Forces' Query: Why Would He Risk His Job?

    On BSF Man's Food Video, Bastar Forces' Query: Why Would He Risk His Job?

    Panned by the Border Security Force after his viral videos complaining about the food served at the kitchens in the Line of Control, BSF constable Tej Bahadur Yadav has found support among his colleagues in the CRPF in faraway Bastar, in Chhattisgarh. The general opinion - expressed carefully on condition of anonymity - is that the jawan would not ...

  • Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Secretaries On Strike, Villagers Left Jobless

    Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Secretaries On Strike, Villagers Left Jobless

    50-year-old Lakshmi Bai who worked at the Panchayat Bhawan construction site in Chirodia village, 7 kilometres from Madhya Pradesh's Vidisha, has been jobless for the last 15 days due to strike by the sarpanch and panchayat secretaries in the state. Her son and husband, who are daily wagers, are struggling to find work in cities, due to the notes b...

  • In Bhopal, A 'Wall Of Dedication' Helps Those In Need

    In Bhopal, A 'Wall Of Dedication' Helps Those In Need

    At the New Market square in Bhopal, 60-year-old physically disabled beggar Raju, walks over to the 'Wall of Dedication' to find some clothes for his family. Donors leave whatever they don't need and the poor can pick up necessities by the wall. "I was passing by and I saw clothes being distributed here. So I requested them to give me some. I have t...

  • Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's Shoes Carried By Security Officer

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's Shoes Carried By Security Officer

    Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan walks in his socks as his shoes are carried by a police officer, in images that have gone viral on social media.

  • Is Madhya Pradesh's First Digital Village Prepared To Go Cashless?

    Is Madhya Pradesh's First Digital Village Prepared To Go Cashless?

    It has been over a month since the notes ban came into effect and the centre is encouraging people across the country to do cashless transactions. In a bid to promote cashless economy, especially in rural India, the Madhya Pradesh Government along with a public sector bank has made a village digital to facilitate cashless transactions.

  • Bhopal Farmers Hit Hard After Centre Scraps Import Duty On Wheat

    Bhopal Farmers Hit Hard After Centre Scraps Import Duty On Wheat

    38-year-old farmer Deenu Yadav, who lives some 40 kms from state capital Bhopal, is uncertain whether the wheat crop he's growing will fetch him good price now that the centre has scrapped import duty on the grain. The government says the decision was taken to reduce domestic prices and denies there's a shortage.

  • With Wages Unpaid, Bastar Labourers Stop Work At Construction Sites

    With Wages Unpaid, Bastar Labourers Stop Work At Construction Sites

    In the Naxal stronghold of Chhattisgarh's Bastar, the tribal population working at construction sites has been struck hard by the currency ban.

  • Have Maoists Been Crippled By Currency Ban, NDTV Investigates

    Have Maoists Been Crippled By Currency Ban, NDTV Investigates

    Almost three weeks after the government banned 500 and 1,000 rupee notes the situation in many cities is now gradually returning to normal. The centre had claimed that the move will not only affect people who are hoarding black money, but also financially cripple the Maoists. So has the currency ban really affected the Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Bas...

  • Remedy To What? Villagers In Bastar Still Learning About Notes Ban

    Remedy To What? Villagers In Bastar Still Learning About Notes Ban

    Locals in Gundul village in Chhattisgarh's Kanker district are amazed to see the new Rs 2,000 notes. They had only heard of the currency ban at a nearby market.

  • A Rare Sight - Working ATM, No Lines. Villagers Don't Know How To Use It

    A Rare Sight - Working ATM, No Lines. Villagers Don't Know How To Use It

    At the ATM outside a public undertaking bank just 25 kilometres from Bhopal, there is no sign of the sort of lines that are making daily headlines.

'Siddharth Ranjan Das' - 434 Video Result(s)

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