Biplob Ghosal

Biplob Ghosal: Being a news enthusiast, he has a keen interest in news related to politics and cricket. He is also a big supporter of armed forces and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

Terror attack in Punjab's Gurdaspur: As it happened

After nearly 12 hours, the Gurdaspur terror attack in Punjab's Dinanagar town came to an end on Monday evening as state police killed all three terrorists in counter-operation.

Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha adjourned adjourned till Monday after continued ruckus by Opposition

The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were on Friday adjourned for the day as the opposition created a ruckus over the Lalit Modi issue and the Vyapam scam. The Monsoon Session has so far been plagued by chaos over the Vyapam scam and Lalit Modi controversy, with an unrelenting opposition leading to noisy scenes and repeated adjournments.

Sushma Swaraj ready for debate, Opposition unrelenting; Parliament adjourned

The Monsoon Session of the Parliament began on Tuesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi voiced hope that the session will be fruitful and that promises made by "some political parties" during the last session to allow work on priority will be kept.

 

AAP vs LG: Arvind Kejriwal banking on people's ignorance, says Kiran Bedi

During its brief stint since coming to power in February, the Aam Aadmi Party has been in the news for frequent controversies it has generated.

Fake degree case controversy: As it happened

Fake degree case controversy: As it happened

Jitender Singh Tomar, who on Tuesday quit as Delhi Law Minister after being arrested and was sent to four-day police custody, was on Wednesday taken to Faizabad by the Delhi Police to verify the claims of his educational degrees.

Working in MHA like a test match, govt strengthened internal security without losing wicket: Rajnath Singh

Working in MHA like a test match, govt strengthened internal security without losing wicket: Rajnath Singh

Presenting his ministry's report card, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday noted that working in the Ministry of Home Affairs is more like a test match and the government has efficiently strengthened the internal security network without losing a wicket.

Rescue, relief ops continue in Nepal: As it happened on Thursday

Rescue, relief ops continue in Nepal: As it happened on Thursday

With incessant rains and the hot sun adding to the miseries of quake victims in Nepal, India Thursday rushed 8,450 tents to its disaster-struck eastern neighbour.

To save their houses, around 800 Valmikis 'embrace' Islam in UP

To save their houses, around 800 Valmikis 'embrace' Islam in UP

On April 14, the day when the nation marked Dr BR Ambedkar's 124th birth anniversary, around 800 people belonging to the Valmiki community in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur allegedly 'converted' to Islam with a hope to save their houses from demolition.

Sonia Gandhi writes letter to Nitin Gadkari, says diluting previous land bill mocks farmers' pain

Sonia Gandhi writes letter to Nitin Gadkari, says diluting previous land bill mocks farmers' pain

As the political heat over the Land Acquisition Bill continues to simmer, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday wrote a letter to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, saying that the BJP leader's invitation for a debate on the contentious act is a mockery of the tradition of consensus building.

Rift in AAP: As it happened on Tuesday

Rift in AAP: As it happened on Tuesday

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday issued a statement claiming that its senior leaders Shanti Bhushan, his son and noted lawyer Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav worked towards the defeat of the party in the recently concluded Delhi Assembly Elections.

Bihar political crisis: JD(U)'s fight not against Manjhi, but BJP, says KC Tyagi

Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar's desire to make a comeback as Bihar chief minister has hit a major roadblock. First, the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections cost him the Bihar CM’s post and later Jitan Ram Manjhi, the man he nominated to succeed him as the CM, turned against him.

After defeating Kiran Bedi, AAP leader SK Bagga vows to make Krishna Nagar a model constituency

He is now known as the 'man of the match' and a `show stealer'. Little-known advocate SK Bagga became a famous man when he trounced none other than Bharatiya Janata Party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi by a margin of 2,277 votes in the BJP stronghold of Krishna Nagar.

BJP, RSS top brass to brainstorm over Delhi poll debacle on Feb 15

BJP, RSS top brass to brainstorm over Delhi poll debacle on Feb 15

Bharatiya Janata Party and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's (RSS) Coordination Committee will meet on February 15 to deliberate on Delhi Assembly Election results.

Bihar political crisis: Nitish Kumar accuses BJP of 'throttling' democracy

Bihar political crisis: Nitish Kumar accuses BJP of 'throttling' democracy

As the Bihar political crisis continues to simmer, Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi late Wednesday night asked Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi to prove his majority on the floor of the Assembly on February 20.

PM Narendra Modi won't attend Arvind Kejriwal's swearing-in ceremony

PM Narendra Modi won't attend Arvind Kejriwal's swearing-in ceremony

After securing a landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Elections, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Only Kiran Bedi knows why she joined 'corrupt' BJP: Manish Sisodia

With opinion polls predicting that the Aam Aadmi Party is neck and neck with the Bharatiya Janata Party, both the parties are leaving no stone unturned to woo voters ahead of Assembly Elections in Delhi.

Often accused of making U-turns, the AAP is trying hard to make people believe that it will stick to its promises and deliver a stable government.

Winning Delhi polls a prestige issue for BJP

The Delhi Assembly Election 2015 is turning out to be the most gripping, charged up electoral battle in recent times, especially after last year’s Lok Sabha polls, which saw the emergence of a ‘new’ Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led by Narendra Modi.

'Obama's statement on religious freedom aimed at Narendra Modi govt'

US President Barack Obama's three-day India visit on the occasion of Republic Day was a significant step in bolstering Indo-US ties. Besides promising to cooperate with New Delhi on the terror front and boosting bilateral trade, Obama also announced support for India`s bid for permanent membership of the UN Security Council and said that America can be India's "best partner".

Ban on Chinese trade only way to secure future of tigers: Belinda Wright

Tiger, a magnificent creature, is one of the most important constituents of the ecosystem. However the big cats are facing the threat of extinction due to unabated hunting for greed of money, despite global conservation efforts.

Why 'Iron woman' Kiran Bedi should hold debate with 'I-Run man' Arvind Kejriwal

Kiran Bedi vs Arvind Kejriwal debate would be a treat for any journalist at any given day.

With Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) inducting former top cop Kiran Bedi into the party fold and declaring her as the chief ministerial candidate, the upcoming Delhi polls have become the mother of all battles since the 2014 General Elections.