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After Zindagi, Zee to stop Pak contestants, judges
Times of India

After Zindagi, Zee to stop Pak contestants, judges

After the Uri attack and the MNS giving Pakistani artists in India a "48-hour deadline" to "leave the country," Subhash Chandra, ZEEL & Essel group chairman, had tweeted that they will stop showing Pakistani shows on Zindagi. During a press ... Times of India, 5 minutes ago

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EC detects fraud in Haryana RS polls, orders FIR

CHANDIGARH: Haryana is all set to have the dubious distinction of being the first state in the country to have an FIR registered in Rajya Sabha elections. The Election Commission of India has asked the state's chief electoral officer (CEO) to ...
 Times of India4 hours ago Inkgate: EC nod for FIR on irregularities in election of RS member Subhash Chandra  Times of India11 hours ago Ink row: Nandal defends himself; 'Vindicated', says Anand  Times of India15 hours ago Haryana Rajya Sabha polls: EC finds Returning Officer guilty in ink row  Indian Express6 hours ago

Assam seeks World Bank aid

Chandra Mohan Patowary speaks in Guwahati on Wednesday. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati, Sept. 28: Assam today asked the World Bank to incorporate night navigation facilities in at least four water routes to start with and bolster the vessel fleet ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 hours ago Govt to develop night navigation in waterways  The Assam Tribune12 hours ago World Bank to pump in Rs 1000 Crore for development of Inland waters in Assam  Economic Times17 hours ago Book on Assam's land and revenue laws  The Assam Tribune6 days ago
United News of India

Khuntia is new chief secretary

The state government on Wednesday issued a notification appointing Subhash Chandra Khuntia as the chief secretary. Khuntia will assume office on October 1 forenoon. He will replace Arvind Jadhav, whose term (extended by three months) will end on September 30.
 Deccan Herald10 hours ago Kuntia to be New Chief Secretary in Karnataka  United News of India22 hours ago Siddaramaiah clears Subhash Chandra Khuntia's name for chief secretary  India Today1 day ago Bengaluru: CM chooses Subhash Chandra Khuntia as new chief secretary  Daiji World1 day ago
The Freepress Journal

Our doors are not permanently closed: Subhash Chandra

Zindagi channel kept the viewers successfully hooked by introducing Pakistani shows into Indian drawing rooms. However, the channel decided to pull these shows off air following the Uri attacks. The channel is now doing its best by undertaking a ...
 Deccan Chronicle7 hours ago No Zindagi for Pak shows in India now: Zee boss Chandra  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago Pakistani shows will not be telecasted on Zindagi channel; Dr Subhash Chandra tweets and confirms  ABP Live4 days ago Zindagi channel to discontinue Pak shows: Zee head Subhash Chandra  Economic Times4 days ago

Purbey hangs up his boots

RJD old guard and party state unit president Ram Chandra Purbey has decided to retire from electoral politics.
 The Telegraph8 hours ago

Khuntia appointed Karnataka Chief Secretary

Bengaluru, Sep 28 (PTI) Karnataka government today announced the appointment of senior IAS officer Subhash Chandra Khuntia as the state's Chief Secretary, effective from October 1. Khuntia will succeed Arvind Jadhav, who will be retiring from ...
 Press Trust of India22 hours ago Odisha born IAS Subhash Chandra Khuntia appointed Karnataka Chief Secretary  OdishaSunTimes.com17 hours ago School Education Secretary repatriated to cadre state  Business Standard1 week ago Yeddyurappa wants Ratna Prabha to be appointed Chief Secretary  The Hindu1 week ago
Indian Express

Will fight to make Andhra Pradesh mosquito-free in two years: N Chandrababu Naidu

Andhra Pradesh would also reach a milestone on October 2 when all 110 municipalities and another 1,000 villages would be declared open defecation-free. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu Wednesday said his government would work to ...
 Indian Express20 hours ago

Daughter wants Netaji ashes back

LONDON The only child of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose wants to bring her late father's ashes back to India, according to one of Japan's leading newspapers. Anita Bose Pfaff, a professor of economics based in Germany, told Yomiuri Shimbun daily ...
 Oman Tribune13 hours ago Netaji`s daughter Anita Bose wants father`s ashes returned to India: Daily  Zee News1 day ago UK-NETAJI - Netaji's daughter wants his ashes returned to India: daily  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Netaji's daughter wants his ashes returned  HT Syndication1 day ago


Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Also present at the launch was Zee chairman Subhash Chandra, who called the decision to discontinue Pakistani shows on Zindagi unfortunate but unavoidable. "This was an unfortunate decision that we had to take. Love ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Zindagi channel stop Pakistani programmes: Subhash Chandra tweets a hint  DeshGujarat4 days ago Zindagi could ban all the Pakistani TV shows, tweets Head of Essel & ZEE Subhash Chandra  Times of India4 days ago Zindagi channel might take Pakistani shows off air, says Zee Chairman Subhash Chandra  Financial Express4 days ago
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