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WB polls: 78.25 per cent voter turnout in the 5th phase
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WB polls: 78.25 per cent voter turnout in the 5th phase

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP’s Chandra Kumar Bose and the Left-supported Congress candidate Deepa Das Munshi are in the fray in this phase. IMAGE: Voters show their identity cards before casting votes at a polling station in Hooghly on Saturday. Photograph: PTI  A voter turnout of over 78.25 per cent marked the fifth and penultimate phase of assembly polls in West Bengal where 186 people were arrested in incidents of electoral malpractice and sporadic violence that left ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
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Centre to build memorial for Netaji, 25 more files declassified

The Centre on Friday announced that a memorial dedicated to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose will be built in the national capital as it released the third batch of 25 declassified files related to the freedom fighter. The documents consist of five files each from the Prime Minister’s Office and Home Ministry, and 15 files from Ministry of External Affairs pertaining to the period between 1956 and 2009. “People of this country specially the youth want to know about the life of Netaji, ...
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Indian chess has solid depth: Anand

IMAGE: Former World Chess Champion Grand Master Viswanathan Anand felicitated with the P C Chandra Puraskar for his excellent contribution in the field of world sport by West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi, while B K Chandra (left), Charman, PC Chandra Group looks on in Kolkata on Sunday. Photograph: PTI At a time when the sporting fraternity is divided over Salman Khan’s appointment as brand ambassador for the Indian contingent for the upcoming Rio Olympics, five-time world chess ...
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India Inc walks the talk on water conservation

The country’s largest consumer goods company Hindustan Unilever says it has been able to reduce its water use by regular metering, monitoring and controlling of utilities consumption at all its manufacturing sites Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have frequently found themselves in the eye of a storm for being huge  consumers of water. To be sure, bottled water and softdrinks are among the key industrial users of water in India. But, little is known of the water conservation measures that ...
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'You are always known by the last bad film you did'

'If you are not doing a Hindi film, it doesn’t mean you are not doing any work.' 'Success is all about saying no to what you don’t want to do. Thankfully, I have been successful.' Neetu Chandra has just won a National Award and she's hugely excited! Neetu Chandra, who has starred in two National Award winning films, has been missing from Bollywood for a while now. Well, the model-turned-actress has started her own production company Champaran Talkies and that's what's keeping her ...
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Air India's Delhi-Hong Kong flight makes emergency landing in Kolkata

Air India's Delhi-Hong Kong flight made an emergency landing at Kolkata's Netaji Subhas Chandra International Airport on Tuesday evening. Around 8.20 pm, the flight developed a snag in its right-side engine and had to be diverted to make an emergency landing ...
 DNA1 month ago

PV Narasimha Rao: The Outsider Who Dared

“I didn’t know it was this bad.” That was Pamulaparti Venkata Narasimha Rao reacting to his Cabinet Secretary Naresh Chandra’s briefing on the state of the economy. It was 20 June 1991, and the next day he would be sworn in as ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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India, China hold 1st joint tactical exercise

Indian and Chinese border troops conducted the first ‘joint tactical exercise’ in Chushul-Moldo area of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, where they focused on aspects related to disaster relief and humanitarian operations. This is the first time that India and China are holding joint tactical exercises. Photograph: PTI The day-long exercise held “is part of the ongoing initiatives being taken by India and China to ensure greater interaction between troops stationed along the Line ...
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House panel recommends Mallya's expulsion from RS

Independent member of Parliament and liquor baron Vijay Mallya is all set to face expulsion from Rajya Sabha, with a Parliamentary panel examining the matter related to his alleged loan default of over Rs 9,400 crore rupees, on Tuesday unanimously favouring such action. At the same time, the Ethics Committee of Rajya Sabha headed by veteran Congress leader Karan Singh, decided to give Mallya one week time to explain his conduct, which the members said is a ‘procedural formality’. In ...
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Bangladesh professor hacked to death near his home

A professor was hacked to death by unidentified attackers near his home in northwest Bangladesh on Saturday, the latest in a series of brutal attacks on bloggers, intellectuals and activists in the Muslim majority country. Rajshahi University professor AFM Rezaul Karim Siddiquee, 58, was murdered within 50 metres of his residence in the country’s northwestern city of Rajshahi, police said. “The miscreants attacked him from behind with machetes as he walked to the university campus ...
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