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EC invokes Article 324 to curtail Bengal campaigning after violence; Mamata says 'unconstitutional gift' to Modi

In a first, the Election Commission ordered campaigning in nine West Bengal constituencies to end at 10 pm on Thursday, a day before its scheduled deadline, in the wake of violence between BJP and TMC..
Firstpost - Published

Clamping Art 324 in WB unconstitutional; it's EC gift to Modi, thunders Mamata

*Kolkata:* Attacking the Election Commission of India for curtailing the campaigning for the last phase of polls in West Bengal, TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee Wednesday said it is an "unprecedented,..
Mid-Day - Published

Campaigning in West Bengal cut by a day after EC action

*Kolkata:* The Election Commission on Wednesday cut short the campaign period in West Bengal by a day for the final phase of Lok Sabha elections in view of the violence during BJP president Amit Shah's..
Mid-Day - Published

In a first, EC invokes Article 324 to curtail campaigning in West Bengal following TMC-BJP violence in Kolkata

In a first, the Election Commission ordered campaigning in nine West Bengal constituencies to end at 10 pm on Thursday, a day before its scheduled deadline, in the wake of violence between BJP and TMC..
Firstpost - Published

Full text of Article 324: EC invokes provision in West Bengal after TMC-BJP workers clash in Kolkata; campaigning to end at 10 pm tomorrow

The Election Commission on Wednesday announced its decision to implement Article 324 in West Bengal. Here's the full text of Article 324 as defined in the Constitution
Firstpost - Published

Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: EC curtails campaigning in Bengal after Kolkata violence, invokes Article 324 for first time

Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: At a press conference, the Election Commission ordered the end of campaigning in West Bengal following the violence at a roadshow in Kolkata.
Firstpost - Published

Elections 2019: It's a fight between 3Gs of Congress and BJP, says Amit Shah

*Dhanbad/Jamshedpur:* BJP president Amit Shah Wednesday claimed that this Lok Sabha election is a fight between '3 Gs' of the Congress represented by the Gandhi family and those of the saffron party..
Mid-Day - Published

Elections 2019: Kashmir will be India's part even if Modi, BJP not in power, says Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Wednesday emphatically stated that no one will be able to separate Kashmir from India whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP were in power at the..
Mid-Day - Published

Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Dossier

mumbai diary: wednesday dossier
*Chance pe dance* Tiger Shroff shakes a leg on the sets of a reality show with a little participant while promoting his latest film on Tuesday. Pic/Shadab Khan *Kolkata canvas* Santiniketan is..
Mid-Day - Published

Death Of ‘War’ Journalism: Controlling Government, Suicidal Media Groups – Analysis

By Manoj Joshi Field reporting of conflict is dying in India—assaulted by a government which seeks to control the narrative tightly. But there is also a suicidal impulse in media groups who no..
Eurasia Review - Published

US State Department awards Irish nun for education work in South Sudan

Washington D.C., Mar 7, 2019 / 05:01 pm (CNA).- An Irish nun who has been working to educate girls in South Sudan for the past eleven years is among the recipients of this year’s U.S. State..
CNA - Published

' I will destroy all women's heart': When a boasting youngster created scare on board

A man was detained and made to de-board a Jet Airways Kolkata-Mumbai flight on Monday after a co-passenger saw him covering his face with a handkerchief and keying in a message about terrorists over a..
DNA - Published

CISF detains Kolkata man for sending photo of terrorist aboard Jet Airways flight

A Jet Airways passenger was detained by the CISF at Kolkata's Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport. According to NDTV, the man, identified as Yog Vedan Poddar, was seen sending a photograph of a..
DNA - Published

Kids enthrall crowd on last day of Jashne Bachpan

The nine-day theatre festival of National School of Drama, Jash-E-bachpan concluded on Sunday at the campus of National School of Drama. According to the organisers, almost 9000 audience attended..
DNA - Published

People fried pests, ate them to avoid crop damage

It has been 75 years since one of the worst humanitarian disasters — the Bengal Famine — hit the then undivided Bengal. Taking advantage of the ongoing World War II, the British in 1943 managed to..
DNA - Published

e-Sang Redwood to buy 200 acre land in Thane

Asian logistics developer e-Shang Redwood is close to acquiring in excess of 200 acre in Thane for its logistics hub, which would be its biggest project in India planned so far. Its Mumbai plans..
DNA - Published

Kolkata: Health conscious Muslim women embrace Yoga

In what can be seen as a shift in the established practices of the society, health conscious Muslim women in south Kolkata have started coming out to do yoga in the open every morning. Burqa-clad women..
DNA - Published

Congress reaches corners, seeks manifesto view

From sports people in Haryana to the IT crowd in Bangalore, from farmers in Aligarh to traders in Moreh: the Congress party is meeting divergent groups of people to sculpt a manifesto in anticipation..
DNA - Published

Constable's gun goes off accidentally at Bengal state secretariat

A policeman's gun went off accidentally at the high-security state secretariat 'Nabanna' on Saturday without causing harm to anyone, police said. A police officer said a shot went off from the..
DNA - Published

We are going in the right direction but culture is missing : Bhupathi on tennis in India

 Davis Cup non-playing captain Mahesh Bhupathi on Saturday said the recent spate of positive results by Indians on grass will give the hosts an advantage when they take on Italy in..
DNA - Published

Dev Whatmore thinks India has a good chance in Test series Down Under

World Cup-winning former Sri Lanka coach Dav Whatmore Thursday subscribed to the general view that India has a good chance of winning a maiden Test series in Australia, in the absence Steve Smith and..
DNA - Published

As crude oil price falls, petrol at Rs 75.97/litre in Delhi

n a relief to the consumers, fuel prices were again slashed up to 43 paise per litre on Thursday, owing to a reduction in the rates of crude oil in the global market. The petrol price was reduced by..
DNA - Published

Land acquisition row has West Bengal in hot water

Shocking negligence on the part of the West Bengal state government recently came to light, when it emerged that land belonging to a person in the state's South 24 Parganas district was acquired..
DNA - Published

Congress holds manifesto consultation at Indo-Myanmar border town of Moreh

The demand for zero tariff on import duty from the country of origin on trade with Myanmar was one of the prominent suggestions that came up during a manifesto consultation that the Congress party held..
DNA - Published

West Bengal: Sovan Chatterjee resigns as minister, asked to step down as mayor too

The mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) and West Bengal Fire and Housing Minister Sovan Chatterjee stepped down from his ministerial posts following what sources claimed to be an "an..
DNA - Published

Enclave dwellers skeptical about Bengal Government's guarantee of land rights

A day after the bill to give land rights to enclave dwellers was tabled at the West Bengal Assembly, residents of enclaves said the process would not be easy and there would be a lot of technicalities..
DNA - Published

NHAI to borrow Rs 2 lakh cr to fund Bharatmala, other projects

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) would be borrowing over Rs 2 lakh crore from the market for a five-year period. The funds would be raised to partly finance a slew of infrastructure..
DNA - Published

Tipu Sultan's descendants to skip anniversary event today

After the controversy over the birth anniversary celebration of Tipu Sultan on November 10, an organisation, Bishwakosh Parishod, has decided to celebrate the king's 269th birth anniversary in Kolkata..
DNA - Published

Anti-BJP parties' postpone meet owing to state polls

The meeting of all anti-BJP parties of the country, convened by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam party chief N Chandrababu Naidu, has been deferred from November 22 to an undecided date,..
DNA - Published

Sanjiv Goenka re-enters QSR space with Bombay Toastee

After a failed attempt with Au Bon Pain cafe chain, Sanjiv Goenka is re-entering the quick service restaurant (QSR) space again. The group, through its new entity Bowlopedia Restaurants, is..
DNA - Published

Busy with state polls, BJP defers West Bengal yatras

West Bengal BJP's Rath Yatra has been postponed again. Instead of December 5, it will now begin on December 7. In addition, the first of the three yatras will now begin from Cooch Behar and not from..
DNA - Published

India's Got Talent 8: When Karan Johar stood in support of a queer contestant!

Freedom of choice needs to be respected especially when it comes to sexuality preferences. Gender and sexuality has always been a very sensitive topic that is considered a taboo in the country. A lot..
DNA - Published

Ahead of Australia series, BCCI limits Mohammed Shami's workload in Ranji Trophy match

The BCCI has allowed senior India pacer Mohammed Shami to turn up for Bengal in the upcoming Ranji Trophy match against Kerala on the condition that he will bowl only 15-17 overs per innings. The..
DNA - Published

Probe attempts by naxals to create urban youth base: Home Ministry tells intelligence organisations

 Centre has asked intelligence agencies to probe attempts by naxals to create an urban base in colleges and universities in some big cities. The move came after a report claimed that naxals were..
DNA - Published

Not the 281 against Australia, VVS Laxman rates this knock as his career-defining one

He played many match-winning knocks during his illustrious career, including the famous 281-run innings at Eden Gardens but former India batting stalwart VVS Laxman has rated his maiden 167 against..
DNA - Published

Birla scion Aryaman hits maiden first-class ton, says he's ready to create own legacy

Aryaman Birla had an option of learning a few boardroom tricks from his business tycoon father Kumar Mangalam but the 21-year-old is ready to carve his own niche albeit on the cricket field. The..
DNA - Published

UltraTech bags Binani Cement at NCLAT

UltraTech is set to bag Binani Cement, with the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal on Wednesday approving the revised bid of Aditya Birla group firm UltraTech Cement while rejecting the earlier..
DNA - Published

Good News! Type 2 Diabetes patients can have remission upto 1 yr if you follow this medical nutrition therapy

On World Diabetes Day, city-based doctors suggested Wednesday that Type 2 Diabetes patients can have a remission upto one year if they follow medical nutrition therapy. Remission is a medical term..
DNA - Published

Qualified institutional placements drop to a trickle in choppy markets

The past three months between August and October have not seen a single company raising money through qualified institutional placement (QIP). The number of companies opting for fund raising through..
DNA - Published

Essar Steel creditors move NCLT

A group of 29 operational creditors of Essar Steel have moved the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) demanding that the counter offer by Essar Steel promoters, the Ruias, be considered as they have..
DNA - Published

Cruise industry seeks government tailwind

With the cruise tourism beginning to pick up in the country, the India Cruise Lines Association (InCLA) has approached the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) seeking certain relaxations including capital..
DNA - Published

Bengal Congress keen to fight Lok Sabha polls alone for 'long term' gains

The Congress unit in West Bengal is in favour of fighting the coming Lok Sabha election "alone" in the state despite the party forging alliances with different regional outfits in other parts of the..
DNA - Published

West Bengal: Puri-bound Dhauli Express derails near Panskura

A bogie of the Howrah-Puri Dhauli Express derailed near Panskura station in West Bengal Tuesday morning, a South Eastern Railway spokesman said here. No one was injured in the accident that occurred..
DNA - Published

PM Narendra Modi unveils Varanasi Port, receives 1st inland cargo vessel

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the first consignment of containers moving on the river Ganga from Kolkata to Varanasi on Monday. The PM revived India's inland waterways for freight movement and..
DNA - Published

Mamata Banerjee to organise Hindi-bhashi sammelan to reach out to state's tribals

In an attempt to consolidate dwindling votes of tribals and santhals for the Trinamool Congress in Bengal’s Jangalmahal or the Western Zone,  West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is all set to..
DNA - Published

Chhattisgarh govt failed to tackle Maoists in 15 years, we did it in two: Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee took a swipe at the BJP government in Chhattisgarh Monday, saying it could not tackle the Maoist problem in the state during its 15-year rule, which she was..
DNA - Published

NH7 Weekender: Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman on 20 years of music

With lyrics that touch the soul and warm the heart, California-based band, Switchfoot has carved out an international fan base and bagged a Grammy for Best Gospel Rock or Rap Album (2011). After a..
DNA - Published

Bengal on the boil as BJP, Left tussle over rath yatra

Ahead of the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) proposed rath yatra in West Bengal, a war of words has broken out between the saffron party and the Left front. The Communist parties have also declared..
DNA - Published

Got a selfie with a cow? Enter this contest

Have a selfie with a cow? Following last year's success, an NGO has yet again organised a selfie competition to raise awareness among people for protection of cows. Doing away with the smartphone app..
DNA - Published

Industry pays 100% more than power plants for coal

Cost of sourcing coal for industry has skyrocketed with the premium being paid by sectors such as cement, steel or aluminium crossing 100% over prices paid by the power sector. Diversion of coal..
DNA - Published

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