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"जनता का पैसा उद्योगपतियों के लिए खर्च कर रही है सरकार" - कन्हैया कुमार Staff Reporter

पटना : अन्तर्राष्ट्रीय मजदूर दिवस पर जेएनयू छात्रसंघ अध्यक्ष कन्हैया कुमार ने पटना के श्रीकृष्ण मेमोरियल हॉल में कल एक सभा को संबोधित किया. एआईएसएफ और एआईवाईएफ द्वारा आयोजित इस कार्यक्रम को संबोधित करते हुए उन्होंने कहा कि ज्यादा कन्हैया-कन्हैया नहीं कहिये, नहीं तो मोदी-मोदी सुनाई पड़ने लगेगा.

1,203 candidates to fight for Kerala's 140 assembly seats

Thiruvananthapuram : A total of 1,203 candidates were left in the fray and will now fight for the 140 Kerala assembly seats on May 16, officials said on Monday, the last day for withdrawal of nominations.

The principal fight is between the ruling Congress-led United Democratic Front and the CPI-M-led Left Democratic Front. The BJP-led NDA is also in the fray.

The maximum number of 145 candidates is in Malappuram district, which also has the maximum number of constituencies (16).

ख़ामोशी से घरों में घुसता क्रूर रंगभेद

फ़हमिना हुसैन,

देश में गर्मी बढ़ने के साथ-साथ टेलीविज़न पर गोरापन बढ़ाने की क्रीमों के विज्ञापन भी बढ़ गए हैं. देश में रंग एक समस्या की तरह सामने आ रहा है. देश में काला होना एक बड़ी समस्या है.

Bihar Minister accuses MEA of delaying clearance for foreign trip

By TCN Staff Reporter

New Delhi: A delay in political clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs for travelling abroad left Abdul Bari Siddiqui, Finance Minister, Bihar, ruing a missed opportunity to interact with residents of Bihar and Jharkhad residing in Doha, Qatar and a chance to perform Umrah.

In J&K, Supreme Court's NEET order leaves students aspiring to be doctors in a quandary

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

Jammu: The Supreme Court order of holding National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), a combined entrance test for admission to undergraduate medicine and dental courses has sent jitters across the aspiring medical students of J&K. The students were due to appear in the state-level entrance test for admission in state and private-run medical colleges in Jammu and Kashmir.

JNU teachers to observe a day's hunger strike

New Delhi : The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers Association (JNUTA) will observe a hunger strike on Tuesday against the university administration on various issues, including slapping fine on Kanahiya Kumar and rusticating three other students.

The JNUTA called a general body meeting on April 28 and decided to hold one-day hunger strike to protest "non-responsive attitude of the administration" on the current situation on the campus, the teachers association announced late Sunday in a statement.

33 with criminal cases, 15 crorepatis in Bengal last phase polls

Kolkata : At least 33 candidates have criminal cases pending against them while 15 candidates are crorepatis of the 170 contestants in the fray in the sixth and last phase of the West Bengal assembly elections.

Twenty five constituencies spread across the twin districts of Cooch Behar and East Midnapore will go to the polls on May 5 in the last phase.

According to a report released by the West Bengal Election Watch, of the 33 candidates with criminal cases, 27 face serious charges including murder.

Iliyas Azmi resigns from 'one man party' AAP

New Delhi : Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Iliyas Azmi resigned from the party on Monday stating that it has become a "one man" party.

Referring to AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal, Azmi said "the party has become Kejriwal's fiefdom".

The resignation comes after his name was not included in the PAC (Political Affairs Committee), the highest decision-making body of the party, at the National Council meeting held last week.

Curfew in Manipur town after arson, clashes

Imphal : Indefinite curfew was clamped on Monday in a town in Manipur following clashes between residents and followers of a self-styled godman, in which many people were injured and vehicles were damaged.

Imphal East District Magistrate M. Joy ordered the curfew at Wangkhei Hijam Leikai after the clash near a temple of the self-styled godman Hijam Ratan alias Panthou on Monday morning.

At least six people were injured in the clash, in which 30 vehicles, including cars and auto-rickshaws, were damaged. As many as 13 vehicles were burnt.

Recognise J&K youth's potential: Mehbooba tells world community

Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday urged the international community to recognise the potential of her state's youth by utilising their knowledge and expertise in key areas.

"I expect major youth-oriented interventions from the international community to give wings to the ambition of our talented youth," Mehbooba Mufti said in an interaction with German Ambassador to India Martin Ney.