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Mamata Banerjee attacks CPM, Left parties for violence at rally

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A student seeks West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s blessings during the foundation day celebrations of the Trinamul Chhatra Parishad in Kolkata on Friday. — PTI

BCCI Working Committee to decide future of CSK, RR today; N Srinivasan tries to barge in

The former BCCI chief N Srinivasan’s forced presence in the Working Committee meeting to be held here on Friday (Photo: AFP)

Former board chief feels it is his right to attend the talk on behalf of TNCA

No major decisions at BCCI finance committee meeting

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It happened due to the absence of committee's chairman Jyotiraditya Scindia

BCCI meeting adjourned due to Srinivasan's presence

N. Srinivasan

High drama was on Friday witnessed in the BCCI’s crucial Working Committee meeting over the presence of N.

Left Kolkata stir turns violent, several injured


A policewoman runs for cover as activists of Left Front-affiliated peasants’ organisation pelt stones during their march to the state secretariat in Kolkata on Thursday to protest over farmer suicides, minimum support price and spiralling prices. — PTI

Uber driver arrested for harassing passenger

An Uber taxi driver was arrested by the police for verbally abusing his female passenger, a journalist, in Survey Park area on Tuesday evening.

IPL Governing council meet hinges on HC order

Anurag Thakur

The Indian Premier League governing council that is slated to meet on Thursday here will deliberate the next course of action based on the Madras high court’s hearing on Chennai Super Kings’ petition

BCCI panel to discuss recommendations

With the fate of former IPL champions Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals hanging in the balance, the Justice Lodha Committee report and the subsequent recommendations of the working group will b

As the compelling and crazy Sheena Bora murder case unfolds before us, detail by bizarre detail, the main focus remains on the prime murder accused Indrani Mukerjea.

Former Bharatiya Janata Party leader K.N. Govindacharya did not have many visitors when he was staying in New Delhi’s elite V.P. House, home and office to many parliamentarians and parties.