Campaign for KMC election ends, polling on Sunday
The campaign for elections to the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) concluded on Friday with leaders giving last-minute push for their parties and contesting candidates. The polling is scheduled for
The campaign for elections to the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) concluded on Friday with leaders giving last-minute push for their parties and contesting candidates. The polling is scheduled for December 19 across 4,939 booths in the city.
Elections to the 144 wards of the KMC will be held without deployment of central armed police forces after a Division Bench of Chief Justice Prakash Srivastava and Justice Rajarshi Bharadwaj on Friday rejected BJP’s plea for the same.
The court said, “So far, no instance of violence has been pointed out nor along with the writ petition, any such material has been enclosed which furnishes a ground for deployment of the Central Paramilitary Forces in the forthcoming Kolkata Municipal Corporation Elections.”
PFI members used social media accounts to spread communal hatred, target govt. and higher judiciary: NIA
A hit squad had been set up to eliminate the targets identified by the organisation.
The judge posted the matter for filing of affidavits on April 11, following which arguments on sentencing will be heard.
The Maharashtra Government informed the Bombay High Court that it had decided to allot 30.16 acres of land, for the construction of a new High Court building.
Second G20 Sherpas’ meeting begins at Kumarakom
Sanjay Singh, Aam Aadmi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP, was in Mysuru on Thursday, March 30, along with AAP State President Prithvi Reddy.
BJP national president is scheduled to inaugurate the party office in Sangareddy district and address party workers on how to face elections
The Chair of Sri Aurobindo at Pondicherry University seeks to formulate oriented degree programmes, diplomas, certificate courses, internships, webinars and workshops to contribute in the advancement of knowledge and propagate the message of Sri Aurobindo, with an emphasis on youth.
On March 23, a court in Surat in Gujarat convicted Congress Rahul Gandhi in a similar defamation case.
The legal caution that went unheeded then had its resonance two years later when the ‘garbage mountain’ at the site went up in flames following a massive fire on March 2.
The Tamil Nadu government has favoured establishing the Cotton Corporation of Tamil Nadu with a public-private partnership (PPP) model and a separate commission for procuring cotton and selling directly to the spinning mills would be considered at an “appropriate time”.
The second phase of the suburban train service MMTS is likely to be flagged off by Prime Minister during his forthcoming visit to Hyderabad