Developmental work to continue despite non-cooperation by the Centre, says CM
TMC supremo and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, who is in the forefront of anti- demonetisation protests, today said a senior party leader Sudip Bandopadhyay has received three calls from CBI but that will not deter the party from fighting the note ban.
In yet another swipe at Prime Minister over demonetisation after RBI announced restrictions on depositing scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, Rahul Gandhi today said the country's apex bank is changing rules "like the PM changes his clothes".
Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) chief Bimal Gurung, his wife Asha and several senior leaders of the hill outfit surrendered before a city court today which granted them bail in connection with the murder of All India Gorkha League leader Madan Tamang.
The Calcutta High Court today refused a prayer by industrialist Pawan Ruia for stay of criminal proceedings against him and directed that investigation into a fire at the Jessop Company premises at Dum Dum would continue.
MCC Chamber of Commerce & industry (MCCI) organized an interactive session with Nalin Satyakam Kohli, Advocate, Supreme Court of India & National Spokesperson, BJP on “Fundamental Changes in Economic Effort” today.
The Embassy of the Czech Republic and VFS Global have launched the sixth Czech Republic Visa Application Centre in Kolkata bringing access to visa application facilities for residents of the East Indian city.
The Reserve Bank was fully prepared to deal with currency shortages post demonetisation and has enough currency in its chests to last "far beyond" December 30, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Tuesday.
Weeks before he presents India's first combined general and railway budget, Jaitley Tuesday said rail commuters must pay for the service they receive even as he made a strong case for outsourcing of non-core functions like hospitality services.
Dubbing the new restrictions on deposit of old currency notes as "desperate measures of a desperate government", former Finance Minister P Chidambaram Tuesday said hoarders have laundered their money while the poor and the middle class have been left high and dry.
All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) and All India Bank Officers Association (AIBOA) have given a call for demonstration against the problems that various banks and their employees are facing due to demonetisation.
UTI Mutual Fund is on course to go public with an initial share sale in the second half of the next year with a valuation of over USD 1 billion and is also looking at inorganic growth to reclaim the prime position it had enjoyed before the US 64 scheme went bust in
The benchmark Sensex extended losses for the 5th straight day, falling 66.72 points to finish at 26,307.98, while the broaded Nifty ended below the key 8,100-level, dragged by key Banking, telecom and healthcare sectors amid mixed global market.
Injecting fresh momentum in ties, India and Kyrgyztan today firmed up broad contours of a bilateral investment agreement and inked six other pacts covering a range of areas even as they resolved to work closely to combat the challenge of terrorism, extremism and radic
Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, who led the five-judge constitution bench in the Supreme Court which had struck down the controversial NJAC Act for appointment of judges, was today appointed as the next Chief Justice of India.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi today accused the NIA of not showing urgency in securing convictions in terror cases involving "non-Muslims", a day after a special NIA court awarded death penalty to five IM operatives, including Yasin Bhatkal, in 2013 Dilsukhnagar bomb b
Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, today told the trial court here that she had translated 700 verses of the Bhagawad Gita into English, and wanted permission to publish the work.
Citing BJP's win in Chandigarh Municipal Corporation polls as people's "stamp of approval" for demonetisation, party president Amit Shah today said its victory in elections in different parts of the country following the decision shows popular mood and should serve as
The Patel quota agitation and Dalit uprising after the Una flogging incident took the toll on Gujarat's first woman chief minister Anandiben Patel in 2016, setting the stage for a cliffhanger elections next year.
More than a year has passed, but the period is not enough to heal the hurt or dry the tears for Ashok Kumar Baral, who lost his son last year. Mr Baral and his family still sit at home hoping that one day justice will be rendered for their son, Shyam Sunder Baral, who lost his life due to alleged medical negligence.