— By , July 17, 2014 01:02 am Ujjain : The Congress workers burnt an effigy of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan at Shahid Park, here on Wednesday, in protest against the incident of brutal cane charge on Kawad pilgrims. Dozens of Congress ... The Freepress Journal, 5 days ago
Water crisis is nearing, do your bit With the rains playing truant, the city is headed for a water crisis. But what is upsetting is that neither BMC nor the citizens appear to be bothered. As much as 40% of water supplied from the lakes literally ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Party accuses CPI-M of conspiring with BJP to attack its workers Statesman News Service Raidighi,15 June A high level team of Trinamul Congress comprising the party's secretary general, all India general secretary, South 24 Parganasdistrict ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
What Mumbai wants from Narendra Modi. Hours after it was clear that Narendra Modi would be India's next prime minister, we asked people what was the first thing they'd like him to do. Some of these responses will move you, as they moved us. Do watch! Text: Abhishek Mande Video: Hitesh Harisinghani ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The counting for the Mumbai North West constituency is taking place at the NESCO grounds, just off the Western Express highway, one of the city's arterial roads. It is way past the morning peak hours, but the crowd gathered outside the counting station has caused a bottleneck in vehicular traffic. After months of campaigning, it has all come down to this. Workers of the Congress party and the BJP have congregated here to get a firsthand report of how their parties have performed. Photographer ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
What Meera Sanyal has learned from her unsuccessful 2009 Lok Sabha campaign. In her own words. In 2009 Meera Sanyal took a sabbatical from her job as CEO and chairperson at the Royal Bank of Scotland to contest as an independent candidate for the Mumbai South Lok Sabha seat. She finished with just about 10,000 votes. Having lost, she went back to her job, only to relinquish the position in 2013 to run again for public office, this time as a candidate of the Aam Aadmi Party. Failure, they say, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Eknath Gaikwad, a three-time MLA and a two-time MP from Mumbai, hopes to to win a seat in the Lok Sabha the third time over. But his path to victory confronts more obstacles than ever before. Rediff.com's Abhishek Mande Bhot finds out why. Sunday afternoon. Two boys, no older than ten have found a perfect spot for a game of carrom -- behind the parked truck that has cast a cool shadow on the pavement. In the backdrop, the imposing structure of the district sports complex. Located in Dharavi, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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