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  • "Not In This Lifetime": Arvind Kejriwal Rejects Ashutosh's Resignation

    "Not In This Lifetime": Arvind Kejriwal Rejects Ashutosh's Resignation

    Senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh's resignation from the party on a "very very personal reason" has been rejected, very firmly, by party chief Arvind Kejriwal. "How can we ever accept your resignation? Not in this lifetime," Mr Kejriwal tweeted, pre-empting the discussion promised by party colleague Gopal Rai. A second tweet said, "Sir, we all...

  • Ballot Papers For 2019: Opposition's Takeaway From Mamata Banerjee

    Ballot Papers For 2019: Opposition's Takeaway From Mamata Banerjee

    Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's visit to Delhi has led to opposition unity on a crucial point - ballot papers instead of EVMs for next year's general elections. Fifteen opposition parties have decided to raise the issue with the Election Commission, sources said. The Shiv Sena, fractious ally of the BJP, has also joined the bandwagon, r...

  • Assam BJP Lawmaker's Nephew Not On Citizen's List, Says "It Happens"

    Assam BJP Lawmaker's Nephew Not On Citizen's List, Says "It Happens"

    Assam NRC: A controversial new list of citizens that excludes four million people from Assam has made some notable omissions, including a former President's family. Another miss involves the family of a parliamentarian of the ruling BJP.

  • "BJP Finish...": Mamata Banerjee's Day Of Power Meetings With Eye On 2019

    "BJP Finish...": Mamata Banerjee's Day Of Power Meetings With Eye On 2019

    On a three-day visit to Delhi, Mamata Banerjee has kept a packed diary, meeting opposition party leaders as well as BJP critics and in-house rebels.

  • Please Don't Ring The Bell: Bhagwant Mann Triggers Mirth In Lok Sabha

    Please Don't Ring The Bell: Bhagwant Mann Triggers Mirth In Lok Sabha

    Aam Aadmi Party's Bhagwant Mann had the Lok Sabha laughing on Friday as he spoke during the debate on the no-confidence motion against the government. The list of common man's grievances, presented in his inimitable fashion, was long. The lawmaker, who has been a popular stand-up comic, then winded it up with a short poem -- which had the members t...

  • Amid Punjab Crackdown, Delhi Is The New Drug Route

    Amid Punjab Crackdown, Delhi Is The New Drug Route

    In Phase 6 of Mohali, on the outskirts of Chandigarh, two 25-year-old men tell NDTV about the changing face of Punjab's drug fixation.

  • AAP Government Wants Case Against Delhi Golf Course For Cutting 100 Trees

    AAP Government Wants Case Against Delhi Golf Course For Cutting 100 Trees

    The Delhi Golf Club has allegedly chopped over 100 trees on its premises without taking mandatory permissions from the forest department, a complaint by the Delhi government said. A team of the forest department visited the club thrice last week after a member informed them about the illegal felling of the trees.

  • Anurag Thakur Appointed As BJP's Chief Whip In Lok Sabha

    Anurag Thakur Appointed As BJP's Chief Whip In Lok Sabha

    Anurag Thakur, the 43-year-old lawmaker from Himachal Pradesh, was appointed as the BJP's chief whip in the Lok Sabha ahead of the start of the parliament's monsoon session. He replaces Rakesh Singh, 56, the Jabalpur lawmaker who was tasked to head the Madhya Pradesh unit of the BJP a few months earlier.

  • "Mobocracy Can't Become New Norm": Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    "Mobocracy Can't Become New Norm": Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    On mob killings in the name of cow protection, the Supreme Court today said no citizen can take the law into their hands and the government must act. "It is the state's duty to ensure order and prevent mobocracy," the court said today.

  • 2 Spoons Of Cough Syrup Can Make You Fail The Dope Test In Punjab

    2 Spoons Of Cough Syrup Can Make You Fail The Dope Test In Punjab

    From the ruling Congress, to the opposition AAP, politicians in Punjab are lining up to take dope tests in an attempt to prove they are serious about fighting the drug menace in the state. This comes after Chief Minister Amarinder Singh earlier this week ordered bureaucrats in the state to get themselves tested.

  • 13 Who Stayed With Delhi Family Questioned For "Psychological Autopsy"

    13 Who Stayed With Delhi Family Questioned For "Psychological Autopsy"

    Investigating the theory that the 11 of a Delhi family found dead in their home on Sunday planned and executed a ritualistic mass hanging, the police have started a "psychological autopsy" of the family.

  • Lt Governor To Meet Arvind Kejriwal Today To Discuss Delhi Verdict

    Lt Governor To Meet Arvind Kejriwal Today To Discuss Delhi Verdict

    Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal will meet Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia on Friday to discuss the Supreme Court verdict on Delhi. Mr Baijal agreed to the meeting after Mr Kejriwal's wrote to him for his support, underlining that the elected government did not need his concurrence after the top court's verdict.

  • AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appeared headed for another confrontation with the bureaucracy after the city government's top official rejected his order to give back the power to transfer officers. Officers should implement the top court's order, Mr Kejriwal said, warning that "open defiance" would lead to "serious" consequences. Mr Kejriwal...

  • Delhi Family Found Hanging Expected To Be Saved 'When Water Turns Blue'

    Delhi Family Found Hanging Expected To Be Saved 'When Water Turns Blue'

    The family found dead in north Delhi's Burari on Sunday didn't expect to die after hanging themselves, an entry in one of the 11 diaries seized by the police suggests. According to the entry that details how 11 members of the Chundawat household hanged themselves, they expected to be saved just in time by the spirit of Lalit Chundawat's father.

  • Diary Entries Show How Delhi Family Was Convinced To Hang Itself: Police

    Diary Entries Show How Delhi Family Was Convinced To Hang Itself: Police

    For the last 11 years, Lalit Chundawat had been hallucinating about getting instructions from his dead father and kept passing them on to his niece, who noted the messages down in diaries.

'Sonal Mehrotra' - 681 Video Result(s)

'Sonal Mehrotra' - 677 News Result(s)

  • "Not In This Lifetime": Arvind Kejriwal Rejects Ashutosh's Resignation

    "Not In This Lifetime": Arvind Kejriwal Rejects Ashutosh's Resignation

    Senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh's resignation from the party on a "very very personal reason" has been rejected, very firmly, by party chief Arvind Kejriwal. "How can we ever accept your resignation? Not in this lifetime," Mr Kejriwal tweeted, pre-empting the discussion promised by party colleague Gopal Rai. A second tweet said, "Sir, we all...

  • Ballot Papers For 2019: Opposition's Takeaway From Mamata Banerjee

    Ballot Papers For 2019: Opposition's Takeaway From Mamata Banerjee

    Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's visit to Delhi has led to opposition unity on a crucial point - ballot papers instead of EVMs for next year's general elections. Fifteen opposition parties have decided to raise the issue with the Election Commission, sources said. The Shiv Sena, fractious ally of the BJP, has also joined the bandwagon, r...

  • Assam BJP Lawmaker's Nephew Not On Citizen's List, Says "It Happens"

    Assam BJP Lawmaker's Nephew Not On Citizen's List, Says "It Happens"

    Assam NRC: A controversial new list of citizens that excludes four million people from Assam has made some notable omissions, including a former President's family. Another miss involves the family of a parliamentarian of the ruling BJP.

  • "BJP Finish...": Mamata Banerjee's Day Of Power Meetings With Eye On 2019

    "BJP Finish...": Mamata Banerjee's Day Of Power Meetings With Eye On 2019

    On a three-day visit to Delhi, Mamata Banerjee has kept a packed diary, meeting opposition party leaders as well as BJP critics and in-house rebels.

  • Please Don't Ring The Bell: Bhagwant Mann Triggers Mirth In Lok Sabha

    Please Don't Ring The Bell: Bhagwant Mann Triggers Mirth In Lok Sabha

    Aam Aadmi Party's Bhagwant Mann had the Lok Sabha laughing on Friday as he spoke during the debate on the no-confidence motion against the government. The list of common man's grievances, presented in his inimitable fashion, was long. The lawmaker, who has been a popular stand-up comic, then winded it up with a short poem -- which had the members t...

  • Amid Punjab Crackdown, Delhi Is The New Drug Route

    Amid Punjab Crackdown, Delhi Is The New Drug Route

    In Phase 6 of Mohali, on the outskirts of Chandigarh, two 25-year-old men tell NDTV about the changing face of Punjab's drug fixation.

  • AAP Government Wants Case Against Delhi Golf Course For Cutting 100 Trees

    AAP Government Wants Case Against Delhi Golf Course For Cutting 100 Trees

    The Delhi Golf Club has allegedly chopped over 100 trees on its premises without taking mandatory permissions from the forest department, a complaint by the Delhi government said. A team of the forest department visited the club thrice last week after a member informed them about the illegal felling of the trees.

  • Anurag Thakur Appointed As BJP's Chief Whip In Lok Sabha

    Anurag Thakur Appointed As BJP's Chief Whip In Lok Sabha

    Anurag Thakur, the 43-year-old lawmaker from Himachal Pradesh, was appointed as the BJP's chief whip in the Lok Sabha ahead of the start of the parliament's monsoon session. He replaces Rakesh Singh, 56, the Jabalpur lawmaker who was tasked to head the Madhya Pradesh unit of the BJP a few months earlier.

  • "Mobocracy Can't Become New Norm": Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    "Mobocracy Can't Become New Norm": Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    On mob killings in the name of cow protection, the Supreme Court today said no citizen can take the law into their hands and the government must act. "It is the state's duty to ensure order and prevent mobocracy," the court said today.

  • 2 Spoons Of Cough Syrup Can Make You Fail The Dope Test In Punjab

    2 Spoons Of Cough Syrup Can Make You Fail The Dope Test In Punjab

    From the ruling Congress, to the opposition AAP, politicians in Punjab are lining up to take dope tests in an attempt to prove they are serious about fighting the drug menace in the state. This comes after Chief Minister Amarinder Singh earlier this week ordered bureaucrats in the state to get themselves tested.

  • 13 Who Stayed With Delhi Family Questioned For "Psychological Autopsy"

    13 Who Stayed With Delhi Family Questioned For "Psychological Autopsy"

    Investigating the theory that the 11 of a Delhi family found dead in their home on Sunday planned and executed a ritualistic mass hanging, the police have started a "psychological autopsy" of the family.

  • Lt Governor To Meet Arvind Kejriwal Today To Discuss Delhi Verdict

    Lt Governor To Meet Arvind Kejriwal Today To Discuss Delhi Verdict

    Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal will meet Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia on Friday to discuss the Supreme Court verdict on Delhi. Mr Baijal agreed to the meeting after Mr Kejriwal's wrote to him for his support, underlining that the elected government did not need his concurrence after the top court's verdict.

  • AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appeared headed for another confrontation with the bureaucracy after the city government's top official rejected his order to give back the power to transfer officers. Officers should implement the top court's order, Mr Kejriwal said, warning that "open defiance" would lead to "serious" consequences. Mr Kejriwal...

  • Delhi Family Found Hanging Expected To Be Saved 'When Water Turns Blue'

    Delhi Family Found Hanging Expected To Be Saved 'When Water Turns Blue'

    The family found dead in north Delhi's Burari on Sunday didn't expect to die after hanging themselves, an entry in one of the 11 diaries seized by the police suggests. According to the entry that details how 11 members of the Chundawat household hanged themselves, they expected to be saved just in time by the spirit of Lalit Chundawat's father.

  • Diary Entries Show How Delhi Family Was Convinced To Hang Itself: Police

    Diary Entries Show How Delhi Family Was Convinced To Hang Itself: Police

    For the last 11 years, Lalit Chundawat had been hallucinating about getting instructions from his dead father and kept passing them on to his niece, who noted the messages down in diaries.

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