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Why Sunetra Choudhury wrote a book on VIPs in jail

Why Sunetra Choudhury wrote a book on VIPs in jail

'I met someone who came out of jail and started telling me wild things that they did inside.' 'I couldn't believe it and then my curiousity led me to do some more digging.' Behind Bars, television journalist Sunetra Choudhury's second book, is about VIPs in prison. Her first book, Braking News, was about the time she spent on the campaign trail before the 2009 general election. Choudhury -- who hosts a daily show for the NDTV 24x7 television channel -- spoke to A Ganesh Nadar about her new ..., 1 week ago

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VIP culture in Bengaluru: Karnataka government notification allows vehicular movement in Cubbon Park

A notification passed by the Karnataka government now allows vehicular movement through Bengaluru's Cubbon Park, so VIPs can avoid getting stuck in traffic near the state Assembly.
 India Today2 weeks ago

Controversial godman Chandraswami cremated, VIPs remain absent

The mortal remains of controversial godman Chandraswami were consigned to flames at Nigambodh Ghat in New Delhi on Wednesday -- a quiet farewell to a man who once counted the mighty and powerful as his friends. Neeraj Shekhar, son of late prime minister Chandra Shekhar with whom Chandraswami was closely linked, attended the cremation along with his nephew and followers of the spiritual leader, who died at the age of 66 of multi-organ failure at a Delhi hospital on Tuesday. No other prominent ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Godman Chandraswami cremated in New Delhi, VIPs remain absent  First Post.com1 month ago Chandraswami cremated, with little fanfare and no VIPs  DNA1 month ago

'New India' not about VIPs: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today underscored that the government is trying to remove the entrenched VIP culture from the minds of people. The Prime Minister, who had insisted on removing the distinctive red beacons from the cars of the nation's top office ...
 MSN India1 month ago Himachal govt follows suit, bans use of red beacons by VIPs  Business Standard2 months ago Govt will not reduce security given to VIPs: Venkaiah Naidu  Business Standard2 months ago Narendra Modi govt bans use of red, blue beacons by VIPs, including President, PM, from May 1  Zee News2 months ago

Lal batti off, siren on: Netas skirt beacon ban, refuse to let go of VIP culture

India Today has found how hooters have replaced beacons 3 In West Bengal VIPs are still using lal batti On its part, the Narendra Modi government has ordered a cull of red beacons, a symbol of elitism. The country welcomed the measure as a leveller when it ...
 India Today2 weeks ago The lal batti and VIP culture  Money Control1 week ago DNA Micro Edit | VIP culture: After Lal batti, PSOs also need to go  DNA1 month ago Will consigning Lal Batti to history make any difference on the roads?  DNA2 months ago

Yogi govt cancels 15 UP holidays on VIPs' birth/death anniversaries

But national holidays will continue to be observed in the state
 Business Standard2 months ago Yogi govt cancels 15 holidays on VIPs' birth, death anniversaries  Rediff.com2 months ago

PM Modi bans 'lal batti' for all ministers, VIPs and self

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to ban the use of red beacons atop vehicles of dignitaries and government officials, including the Prime Minister and the President.
 MSN India2 months ago Government bans red beacons for VIPs effective May 1  Sify2 months ago Police, defence forces can use multi-coloured beacons  DNA1 month ago No red, blue beacons atop vehicles in UP  Business Standard2 months ago

Ministers, CMs remove red beacons from their vehicles - List inside

VIPs will not be allowed to flaunt red beacons atop their vehicles from May 1.
 Zee News2 months ago Govt bans red beacon privilege for VIPs from May 1  Business Standard2 months ago Centre banishes VIP red beacons, Congress says mere symbolism  Prokerala2 months ago No more beacon lights for VVIPs from May 1: Govt  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Currying favours with VIPs starts with us

PM Modi has rightly diagnosed the red beacon as a proxy for VIP culture, which "goes to the heads of those using it", and has urged the citizenry to disabuse themselves of the grip of this toxic norm.
 DNA1 month ago Diwakar Reddy airport row: India must fight mindset of VIP culture, removing red beacons means nothing  First Post.com1 week ago Narendra Modi must fight the mindset that encourages VIP culture, removing red beacons means nothing  First Post.com1 month ago VIP culture to be replaced by EPI -- Every Person is Important -- culture: PM  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Not just red beacon: 8 other unnecessary frills VIPs in India enjoy

Starting today, ministers, politicians and bureaucrats will be banned from using red beacons. (Mail Today Cartoon) Starting today, ministers, politicians and bureaucrats will be banned from using red beacons atop their vehicles, thanks to the government's ...
 India Today1 month ago No red beacons from today  Sahara Samay English1 month ago DNA Micro Edit: Red beacon ban | dumping the symbol of VIP culture  DNA2 months ago
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