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Justice Karnan given charge of single bench after spat

Justice C S Karnan, who was involved in a spat with brother judge Justice Ashim Kumar Roy in a division bench over changing of a bail prayer order, was today given charge of a single bench. Justice Karnan will preside over a single bench on and from June 9, ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

The Englishman who was more Indian than Indians

Buried in a Kolkata cemetery is an Englishman who served India well during her struggle for freedom.A close friend of both Gandhi and Tagore, Charles Freer Andrews was more Indian than many Indians of his's Indrani Roy rediscovers the priest-teacher who was a benevolent force that neither Indians nor the British could ignore. EARLIER IN THE SERIES: The American who fought for India's freedom IMAGE: A bust of Charles Freer Andrews at the Lower Circular Road Cemetery, Kolkata.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

300km in 38 days

The Indian wild elephant that entered Bangladesh floating with the currents of the Brahmaputra river has travelled over 300 kilometres of riverine routes and visited around 19 chars in the last 38 days. A three-member Indian team yesterday ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago

IAF corporal case: Bail prayer of Sambia Sohrab rejected

Kolkata, July 20 (PTI) The Calcutta High Court today rejected the bail prayer of Sambia Sohrab, an accused in the hit-and-run incident in which an Indian Air Force corporal died during Republic Day parade rehearsal on January 13 this year. Justice ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago

Syndicate kingpin held

An alleged syndicate kingpin accused of stalling work at a central government site in Sector V was arrested late on Monday. Ramesh Mondal, 40, who once ran a barbershop near his house in Salt Lake's Nayapatti, was picked up following a complaint ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Flyover crash: HC bench rejects judge's bail order

KOLKATA: A three-judge bench of Calcutta high court on Wednesday stuck down a June 6 order by Justice C S granting bail to 10 IVCRL employees arrested for their alleged involvement in the Vivekananda Road flyover crash. On May 20, a division bench ...
 Times of India1 month ago HC sets aside bail to IVRCL employees  Press Trust of India1 month ago High Court sets aside bail to IVRCL employees  Economic Times1 month ago

Amal Dutta: A Man More Sinned Against Than Sinning

Amal Dutta, former India footballer and legendary coach, died at the age of 87 on Sunday. NDTV Highlights Amal Dutta, India's first ever professional coach who died in Kolkata on July 10 , the day of the Euro 2016 final at the age of 87, was ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Eminent journalist D Padukone launches book on R D Burman

New Delhi, Jun 27: Dadasaheb Phalke awardee and senior music-biz journalist Chaitanya D Padukone today on the birth anniversary of music maestro R D Burman launched a book on the interesting anecdotes never known before about the legend. R D ...
 Newshence.com1 month ago

Calcutta High Court judges argue openly in flyover tragedy case

Stunning those present, two judges of the Calcutta High Court on Tuesday were locked in an open argument in the court room following differences over granting of bail to the accused in the March 31 Kolkata flyover collapse tragedy that took 26 lives.A ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Judges argue in open court over bail to flyover collapse accused  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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