Friday, 30 December 2016

Eight persons arrested in July from Hyderabad charged by NIA

The National Investigation Agency on Thursday filed a charge sheet against eight persons, including two Yazdani brothers, hailing from the city and arrested them on charges of alleged links with banned Islamic State organisation.
On July 29 this year, the NIA raided several parts of the old city of Hyderabad and  arrested Abdullah Bin Ahmed Al Amoodi alias Fahad alias Abuhaleem (31) of Charminar, Mohammed Ibrahim Yazdani alias Abu Abdurrahman (29) of Talabkatta, Habeeb Mohammed alias Abu Shaibah (31) of Hashmabad, Mohammed Ilyas Yazdani alias Abu Mansoor (24) of Talabkatta, and Muzaffar Hussain Rizwan alias Rizwan alias Abulhasan (29) of Talabkatta, for conspiring to carry out attacks in Hyderabad.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Bandh almost Succeeded in North Bengal

Bandh North Bengal
31C Highway on Monday
12 hours Strike (Bandh) called by left front has created a great impact in North Bengal. It is seen that Bandh was almost successful with spontaneous public support.

On most of the roads and highways no vehicles were seen. Maximum shops and markets were closed. Despite of rallies conducted by TMC in different places of North Bengal, public could not be boosted to reject Bandh

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Supreme Court Accepts Swamy’s Plea on Ayodhya Dispute

Swamy
On Friday the Supreme Court agreed to hear BJP’ Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy’s plea seeking to hear on Ayodhya dispute on a day-to-day basis.
A bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice A R Dave listed the plea for next week after he sought and urgent hearing on Ayodhya dispute. It said that it would like to hear Swamy’s plea as to why a day-to-day hearing should be conducted.
Swamy said that since the Ram Mandir was a part of BJP’s election manifesto, it could not be ignored. He had said that it was the party’s duty to the people to deliver on that promise. Swamy had admitted that the matter could not be solved with force and hence had urged the Supreme Court to take action as the matter had been pending for 6 years, it should be heard on day-to-day basis.

Balagokulam Bharat Varshikotsav 2016

BAlGokulam
BalaGokulam is a forum designed to enable children to rediscover Hindu cultural roots, learn ancient values in an enjoyable manner and to develop a sense of sewa, service to humankind. In Hyderabad 50 Balagokulams run in various apartment complexes and gated communities.

Monday, 21 November 2016

IT Department raided Janardhan Reddy's office after his daughter's extravagant wedding

Janardan Reddy
It is reported by News 18 that the Income Tax department raided the office of mining baron and former Karnataka minister Janardhan Reddy on Monday after news about his daughter’s extravagant wedding went viral. Meanwhile, PTI reported that I-T dept had conducted surveys in Bangalore and Hyderabad on service providers engaged for his daughter's wedding.

The Income Tax department conducted surveys on at least ten locations of high-end event management firms, catering and multi-media service providers who were engaged for the extravagant wedding of daughter of Karnataka's former BJP minister G Janardhan Reddy.

Monday, 10 October 2016

NH-31 under dangerous condition

NH-31 bacame highly dangerous
NH-31 from Madarihat to Nimti  became highly dangerous
For a long period of time NH-31 from Madarihat to Nimti is under dangerous condition due to severe breakage and no repairing work is taken over by the concerned till date.

Due to heavy damage of the said portion of High Way has become highly dangerous and every now and then accidents are taking place.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Justice BG Kolse Patil says RSS is the biggest enemy of India

GB Kolse Patil & his audience
New Delhi, Oct 3 : ‘I can give you in written, i repeat, I can give you in written that undoubtedly RSS is the biggest enemy of India, we need to defeat the poisonous ideology of RSS on ideological level’, thundered Justice GB Kolse Patil, a former judge of  Bombay High Court.  He was addressing the concluding progarmme of the month long national campaign ‘Stop Politics of Hate’ organized by Popular Front of India at Talkatora Indoor Stadium here on Monday.

Friday, 9 September 2016

Entry of Dalits into Ram Mandir in Jakkuva village

entry-of-dalits-in-rammandir
In Vizianagaram district there is a remote village named Jakkuva in Mentada Mandal. On 3rd May 2014, Scheduled castes ( known as Dalits ) were not allowed into a recently renovated Sri Ram Mandir. On this incident, ‘Saamajika Samarasata Vedika’ (SSV) formed a committee to investigate the truth. The committee visited the village on 29th May 2014 and a detailed report of the investigation was submitted to the representatives of the Government. Vedika also performed a Dharna in front of the District Collectors Office on 23rd June 2014 against the Government delayed action and demanded justice to Dalit victims. During the course of last two years, the Vedika supported the SC's for the cause and ensured Dalits get the just benefits from the Government. The north Andhra districts Samarasata Sammelan, with the help of the villagers and the local TDP, BJP and YSRC party leaders, have ensured the entry of the Dalits into the Ram Temple. 

Friday, 2 September 2016

Christian Pastor arrested for forcing children to Beg

It is reported by the news media that at least 19 children, who were projected as orphans and forced to beg at traffic junctions in Cyberabad area, were rescued from a house in Ameenpur area on the outskirts of Hyderabad Thursday morning.
Local police have arrested K John, who allegedly kept the children, including five girls, in a rented house — in the name of Brahmaputra Orphanage — in Ameenpur and sent them out to beg.

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Mehbooba Mufti slammed Pakistan and separatists for fuelling unrest in JK

Modi & Mufti
New Delhi: It is reported by the media that Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday slammed Pakistan and separatist leaders for fuelling unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and hoped that a "very concerned" Prime Minister Narendra Modi would get the troubled state out of the deadly turmoil that has left over 70 dead and crippled life in the valley for 50 days.

Mehbooba met Modi at his 7, Race Course residence during which the two discussed the Kashmir situation as well as ways out of the ongoing unrest.

Friday, 26 August 2016

Crack down on "Narayani Sena" by TMC govt

Narayani Sena

TMC govt cracks down on 'Narayani Sena'

Kolkata: It is reported by the media that in a major crackdown on the 'Narayani Sena', a private army of the erstwhile Maharaja of Coochbehar, the Trinamool Congress government on Wednesday banned all training centres where its volunteers were given arms training.

According to reports, the move comes a day after TMC accused the central government of trying to disrupt smooth functioning of the state government.

The party alo alleged that the BSF was providing "training" to 'Narayani Sena', a private army of the erstwhile Maharaja of Coochbehar.

Friday, 24 June 2016

More than 100 women injured in clash with 35 AR on NH-2

KANGPOKPI, Jun.22: It was around 1.30 this morning, when the 35 Assam Rifles posted at Hengbung in Sadar Hills went on the offensive and injured more than a hundred women agitators in front of their camp, who were demonstrating against the arrest of four PSOs of KNF President at Hengbung yesterday by Assam Rifles.
Around 600 women from different parts of Sadar Hills congregated in front of 35 AR Hengbung post at around 7.30 pm yesterday started protesting while demanding the unconditional release of the four PSOs of KNF President, ST. Thangboi, who is also the chairman of United Peoples’ Front, one of the two conglomerate bodies of Kuki UGs.

Sunday, 19 June 2016

Is Communism declining in India ?

Here is an exclusive article written by Ratan Sharda on Organiser which speaks about the declining state of Communism in India.

Decline of Communism : Turnaround in ‘Idea of India’

Communism, once a formidable force in Indian politics, has shrunk in terms ideological and political space. On the other hand, the rise of nationalist forces in the all realms of national lifehas forced the so called ‘left’ to adopt regressive strategies

2016 assembly elections are a watershed historic moment for Communist movement of India. Alliance between Congress and Communists was a moment of truth more for Communists than for Congress.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Fish Prasadam, Queue In Hyderabad

fish-prasadam
Courtesy: samacharabharati.org
Thousands Queue Up In Hyderabad For ‘Fish Prasadam’
Thousands of people from various parts of the country took the famous ‘fish prasadam’, believed to cure asthma, here on 8th June,Wednesday.
The Bathini Goud family, which administers the ‘fish prasadam’ (murrel fish and a herbal paste), began the exercise at the Exhibition Grounds this morning and it will continue for 24 hours. The Bathini Goud family claims to be offering the ‘fish prasadam’ for the last 170 years.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Police arrested main accused of Mathura violence

Image credit:  Twitter/The Times of India
According to Uttar Pradesh police officials, Chandan Bose and three others orchestrated the incident that left 29 dead.
The Uttar Pradesh Police have arrested the prime accused in the Mathura violence case, which left 29 people dead on June 2, reported PTI. Chandan Bose and his wife were arrested from a village in Parsurampur area.

Friday, 3 June 2016

Bhaiyyaji Joshi has released Agricultural Atlas

Agricultural Atlas
It is reported that Shri Bhaiyyaji Joshi sarkaryavah of the RSS has released the Agricultural Atlas of Madhya Pradesh on June 1st at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) auditorium in Delhi. Honourable Union Minister for Agriculture, Shri Radha Mohan Singh; Honourable Member of Parliament, Shri Murli Manohar Joshi; Organising Secretary of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, Shri Dinesh Dattatreya Kulkarni and Chairman of the IGNCA, Shri Ram Bahadur Rai address the gathering. Dr. J. K. Bajaj, Director, Centre for Policy Studies, has submitted the presentation on the contents of this Atlas.

Monday, 23 May 2016

Karunanidhi angry over 'insult'

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CHENNAI:  As per media report it appears that M Karunanidhi,DMK president has alleged that his party was 'insulted' at the swearing-in ceremony of J Jayalalithaa as Tamil Nadu chief minister , complaining about the seating arrangement made for his son MK Stalin .

He also said that Stalin was made to sit 'among the crowd ' even as a losing candidate and AIADMK ally, R Sarath Kumar, was allotted seat in the front row.

Friday, 19 February 2016

Dancing little students of St.Francis Academy,Madarihat

Annual Day St.Francis Academy Madarihat
Madarihat : Today on 19/02/2016 St. Francis Academy of Madarihat has celebrated it's Annual day. All the guardians and other local spectators attended the celebration.

The program is inaugurated by Mrs.Kumari Kujur,MLA,Madarihat,being the chief guest of the program. There are some other dignitaries present during the occasion.

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

GIA Protest March, a Press Release

GIA Protest March
GIA
Group of Intellectuals and Academicians
PRESS RELEASE
Protest March of GIA on 15th February 2016 against Anti-national Activities in JNU and Press Club of India
GIA is a vibrant group of socially active professional women belonging of different spheres of life, which includes a Pro-Vice Chancellor, a President of India Awardee, Supreme Court lawyers, internationally renowned artists/dancers, professors, mountaineers, writers, IT professionals, etc. They have been debating and discussing issues related to women, society and the nation at large through seminars, workshops, and writings in newspapers and bringing out a magazine which have established a considerable impact in the academic circles.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

Chief Secretary seeks quake damage reports

Manipur News
IMPHAL, Feb 14: Chief Secretary O Nabakishore has urged the individuals concerned whose houses had suffered damages in January 4 earthquake to submit details of their losses to the concerned DCs within two days.
Addressing a press conference at the conference hall of Old Secretariat, the Chief Secretary said that although the concerned Departments could easily carry out value assessment of Government buildings, the Government has not received detailed report of the losses suffered by private individuals.
As such, private individuals are informed to submit these details to the DCs and SDOs concerned within two days so that the State Government may compile an elaborate report to forward it to the Centre, he said.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Mischief maker Bison and elephant


Wild Bison injured a villager under Kodalbasty Range and a Rampaging elephant damaged around 100 houses in Siliguri .

A wild Bison entered in Mandalpara village, Paschim Satali, Dist Alipurduar under Kodalbasty Range and injured a villager on Monday(8/2/16) evening and the incident was taken care by the on duty Forest officials of Kodalbasty Range immediately and settled the matter

Monday, 1 February 2016

Herojit absolves fellow cops, rebuffs Jhalajit

Manipur News
IMPHAL, Jan 30: Suspended Head Constable Thounaojam Herojit, who has recently made a confessional statement on the infamous July 23 encounter, has rebuffed Imphal West SP Dr AK Jhalajit’s clarification on the issue.
The gallantry award recipient talked to the media for the first time in the State at Mani-pur Press Club this evening after his sensational confession to killing Chungkham Sanjit Meitei some days back.
He once again told the media that he killed Sanjit after the then Imphal West Additional SP Dr AK Jhalajit ordered him to do so.

Sunday, 31 January 2016

CM’s resignation demanded by BJP

bjp
IMPHAL, Jan 29 : Asserting that Chief Minister O Ibobi who was also in charge of Home Department when Chungkham Sanjit was allegedly killed in a fake encounter in 2009 cannot feign ignorance about the killing, BJP Manipur Pradesh has demanded resignation of Chief Minister O Ibobi.
A statement issued by BJP Manipur Pradesh president Th Chaoba further demanded suspension of Imphal West SP AK Jhalajit, the then Additional SP under whose instruction Sanjit was shot dead as per the confessions of Head Constable Thounaojam Herojit.

Gazette notification by Central Govt for Duncan Tea Gardens

Find a copy of the gazette notification published by the Central Govt.India in connection with take over of 7 Duncan Tea Gardens in West Bengal.

MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
(Department of Commerce)
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 28th January, 2016
S.O. 260(E).—Whereas attention of the Central Government has been drawn through various
representations to the deteriorating condition of the tea gardens of West Bengal, in particular the tea gardens owned and managed by M/s Duncan Industries Ltd.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Salient points of BJP President's speech

BJP President Amit shah addressing Dumurjola meeting,WB
BJP President Amit shah addressing Dumurjola meeting WB
Salient points of BJP National President Sri Amit Shah Ji's speech at Dumurjolla Maidan on 25/1.2016, Monday. After re-election yesterday, this is his first Public Meeting at West Bengal.. 

1) Mamata Ji promised 'Parivartan' but nothing changed during her government.
2) Bengal was once the center of freedom struggle. Bombs were made and charged against the colonial Britishers for Nationalist cause. Now bomb making is being carried to promote terrorism and anti-national organisations. TMC activists are found aiding these elements.

Monday, 25 January 2016

Chandra Kumar Bose joins BJP

Mr.Chandra Kumar Bose, grand nephew of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, on Monday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the presence of party president Amit Shah.

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Dularai Bodo(Mech) Samaj hold Annual Conference

Atul Suba delivering speech
An annual conference of Dularai Bodo(Mech) Samaj, West Bengal held today on 24 Jan 2016 at Bastibazar, under Mendabari Gram Panchayet,Kalchini Block,Alipurduar.

Friday, 22 January 2016

Annual Conference and awareness program of WBM(Bodo)WA

A new organisation of Bodo (Mech) is now highly active in North Bengal. Name of the organisation is West Bengal Mech(Bodo) Welfare Association. This was their Annual Conference and educational awareness programme of 2016 held at Mittal School Ground under Mendabari Gram Panchyet, Kalchini Block,Alipurduar today on Friday 22 Jan 2016.Some Bodo leaders from Assam and West Bengal joined the programme and delivered their speech.

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Story of a man who reviving Sanskrit in US

Curious story of a man who is working to spread awareness on ancient Indian language Sanskrit in US.

Vadodara: Just when the number of Sanskrit speaking population is on the decline in the country, a Barodian is working hard to spreading awareness on the ancient language in the United States.

Jyoti Yelagalawadi, an alumni of city-based Convent of Jesus and Mary School, has her mother tongue registered as Sanskrit in the United States population census.

Manipur:Several injured in clash at Torbung

News media reported that at least three buses were vandalized and as many people injured today on Jan 20,2016 as supporters of the ‘unlimited’ bandh, imposed by JAC Against Naming Thangting, along Tiddim road attacked delegates of Young Mizo Association and police resorted to firing tear gas shells to disperse groups of people engaged in a clash over the bandh called at Torbung.

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Monday, 18 January 2016

Crimes against people from NE increased by over 200 percent

NEW DELHI, Jan 17 : Reported incidents of crime against people from North East living in the National capital have increased by around 232.58 per cent in two years.

While 89 FIRs in connection with criminal offences against people from North East States were registered in 2013, as many as 280 were lodged in the year that followed and 296 in 2015, according to police records.

The highest number of cases were registered in south Delhi, where a large number of people from the region reside, particularly under the jurisdiction of Vasant Vihar police station, followed by south-east and north-west Delhi, a senior police official said.

Saturday, 16 January 2016

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Husband of AAP MLA arrested

New Delhi: It is reported by the news agencies that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Promila Tokas’s husband was arrested by Delhi Police from R K Puram for allegedly preventing a public servant from conducting his duties, and abusing a woman.

Dheeraj, on Friday, arrested and Police has asked the MLA to join the probe. As per report of the cops, a complaint was received from an assistant engineer on December 15.

Where he alleged that at R K Puram Sector 12 when a team of CPWD officers had gone to demolish a slum, the MLA and her husband tried to stop the drive.

Sunday, 10 January 2016

Wild Elephant Ransacked Paschim Satali Village

Yesterday night, 10th January 16, an wild elephant entered Paschim Satali Village under Mendabari GP, Kalchini Block, District Alipurduar at midnight and ransacked it. One shop,15 meters distant from the Kodalbasty Forest Range office had been severely damaged by the elephant.
Moreover,three houses of the villagers were also damaged by the said elephant.Villagers complained that they had informed the forest authority and did not get timely assistance from the forest concerned.

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Unbecoming Tea and Tribal Festival of Alipurduar District

Kalchini : Alipurduar District Tea and Tribal Festival 2015-2016 organised by Backward class welfare Department of Govt.of West Bengal has been started today at Kalchini P.S.Maidan and the program will continue for another two days i.e. 7th and 8th January 16.

In absence of the scheduled inaugurator of the program Mr. Dashrath Tirkey M.P. Alipurduar and the president of the day Mr.Mohan Sharma,Chairman Alipurduar Zila Parishad, one of the guest Mr. Atul Suba Vice-Chairman of Alipurdurduar Zila Parishad had inaugurated and Presided over the day's Festival easing embarrassed organisers.

Friday, 1 January 2016

Kalchini TMC split into two camps

Much cry but little wool.Despite of repeated communications from TMC supremo Ms.Mamta Banerjee for united party activity, open party conflict in Kalchini TMC is unimpeded.

In fact Kalchini Block TMC is split in two camps.Most of the TMC workers and leaders opine that Kalchini TMC Block President has failed in toto to make party united and strengthened in the Block.

Recently an workers and leaders meeting of Lathabari Anchal TMC organized by a fraction had