Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Wednesday that Mamata Banerjee was killing democracy in Bengal after realising that her politics of oppression and corruption over the people had ended. People of Bengal know Mamataji s politics of oppression and corruption has come to an end. Nobody can save her now. So, she is making desperate attempts to kill democracy in the state, Modi said in an interview aired on ABP Ananda on Wednesday evening.
Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday likened her campaign against Narendra Modi and the BJP to the Quit India Movement led by Mahatma Gandhi against the British raj in 1942, calling the Prime Minister fascist and underscoring the importance of ousting him from the Centre. Someone had to bell the cat . Back in 42, the Quit India Movement was started against the British, and now we are here, carrying out a similar resistance against Modi, she told an election rally at Debra in West Midnapore.
The US wants India to eliminate trade barriers for American companies and remove restrictions with regard to data localisation to cut the cost of doing business, visiting US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday. "Our goal is to eliminate barriers for the US companies operating here including data localisation restrictions that weaken data security and increase the cost of doing business," he said.
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The Congress on Friday wished Narendra Modi a long and healthy life so that he could be held accountable for his actions , responding to the Prime Minister s claim that the Opposition party hated him so much that it wished he were dead.The Congress had earlier dismissed the Prime Minister s claim as a pitiable attempt to garner sympathy in a difficult election.
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One of the flagship features of blockchain technology is its ability to guarantee immutability, provide scarcity and prevent fraud; and despite the rampant scam ICOs and security breaches, the innovation has more or less fulfilled this promise. As such, it has also earned the attention of the legacy art world. Not only is there a lucrative black market for false Van Gogh or Davinci tableaus, but it also doesn t appear that the trend will be ending anytime soon. In 2014, for instance, the Fine Art Expert Institute (FAEI) reported that at least half of the artwork circulated in the market is fake. In 2018, The Telegraph explained how a collection of 21 paintings from Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani were ultimately declared fake despite costing the gallery millions of dollars to acquire.
Some places (like some people) punch way above their weight. Delhi can be counted among them. The National Capital Territory accounts for just seven Lok Sabha constituencies. Yet, for the past several weeks, the protracted negotiations between the Aam Aadmi Party and the Indian National Congress to arrive at an electoral understanding drew an inordinate amount of attention from politically conscious citizens across the country.Sharad Pawar and H.D. Deve Gowda, Mamata Banerjee and Chandrababu Naidu publicly and privately urged the leadership of the two parties to set aside their differences and take on the much bigger challenge of defeating the Bharatiya Janata Party.
A senior technician with the grounded Jet Airways allegedly committed suicide in Maharashtra s Palghar district because of depression triggered by cancer, police said on Saturday.Shailesh Singh, 45, jumped off the terrace of his four storeyed building in Nalasopara East on Friday afternoon, an officer said.
The development comes on the heels of reports that the UK government has launched a probe into a leak of confidential discussions about the role of Chinese telecom giant Huawei in Britain's 5G network.Cabinet ministers will be asked to provide details of their mobile phones and surrender them for inspection as part of an investigation into a leak of the decision by the UK National Security Council, chaired by Prime Minister Theresa May, to allow Huawei's partial involvement in the development of Britain's future 5G network, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Mohammed Mohsin, the IAS officer who had been suspended for ordering the inspection of the Prime Minister s helicopter, has said he will seek legal remedy to the Election Commission s recommendation of disciplinary action against him.On Thursday, the Central Administrative Tribunal had stayed the EC s earlier order suspending him for ordering the checking of the Prime Minister s helicopter in violation of norms for dealing with SPG protectees.
A former apex court employee, who levelled allegations of sexual harassment against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, appeared on Friday before the in house inquiry panel which is dealing with her complaint.The three member panel, headed by Justice SA Bobde, conducted its first in chamber sitting during which the woman and the secretary general of the apex court appeared before it, an official source said.
As the authorities investigate the bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, their focus has centred on National Thowheeth Jama ath, a little known group that experts said promotes Islamist terrorist ideology.No one has claimed responsibility for the suicide attacks, which killed at least 290 people, and the Sri Lankan authorities have so far not identified any group as being behind them, even as they have arrested two dozen suspects.
The telecom industry battered by Reliance Jio s cheap plans will witness a turnaround in six months, analysts forecast.Brokerage Edelweiss Securities said there could be a price recovery after September as the operators benefit from higher mobile broadband penetration and Jio approaches 400 million subscribers.
A group that monitors internet censorship says Sri Lankan authorities have blocked most social media services in the country following attacks that killed more than 200 people on Easter Sunday.The NetBlocks observatory says it detected an intentional nationwide blackout of popular services including Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp and Instagram.
The Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Saturday held an extraordinary hearing after a former employee of the apex court accused Justice Gogoi of sexual harassment and persecution.A three judge bench headed by Justice Gogoi was constituted after a sworn affidavit by the woman, copies of which were sent to the residences of 22 apex court judges, became public on Saturday.