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Trinamool threatens to hit the streets after MP's arrest

Trinamool threatens to hit the streets after MP's arrest

21 Nov 2014

Kolkata: West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress on Friday threatened to hit the streets after the CBI arrested the party's Rajya Sabha member Srinjoy Bose in connection with the multi-crore rupee Saradha scam.

West Bengal,   Trinamool Congress,   TMC,   CBI,   Srinjoy Bose,   Saradha scam,  
Saradha Scam : ED freezes 30 bank accounts of TMC MP and painter

Saradha Scam : ED freezes 30 bank accounts of TMC MP and painter

21 Nov 2014

Kolkata : The Enforcement Directorate has frozen 30 bank accounts belonging to Trinamool Congress (TMC ) MP Srinjoy Bose, who was arrested on Friday, and an artist close to the ruling party in West Bengal under money laundering laws in connection with the Saradha chitfund probe case.

Saradha Scam,   ED,   Enforcement Directorate,   TMC,   Srinjoy Bose,   West Bengal,   CBI ,  
PM Modi, Xi could change contours of Sino-India ties: BJP MPs

PM Modi, Xi could change contours of Sino-India ties: BJP MPs

21 Nov 2014

Beijing: China is keen to host Prime Minister Narendra Modi who along with Chinese President Xi Jinping could create a new era of "togetherness" and change the contours of Sino-India ties forever, BJP lawmakers said on Friday.

India,   China,   Indian Prime Minister,  Narendra Modi,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Sino India Ties,  BJP president ,  Amit Shah,   ,  
Mamata Banerjee blames Centre for increased infiltration

Mamata Banerjee blames Centre for increased infiltration

21 Nov 2014

Kalyani: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday blamed the Centre for increased infiltration in the country.

Mamata Banerjee,   infiltration,   West Bengal,   Chief Minister,   communal tension,  
5.4 magnitude earthquake rocks Mizoram

5.4 magnitude earthquake rocks Mizoram

21 Nov 2014

Aizawl: An earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale rocked Mizoram late Thursday night, jolting people from their sleep.

earthquake,   Mizoram,   epicenter,   Chittagong Hill Tracts,   Bangladesh,   tremor,   quake,   Myanmar,   border ,  
No truck with Trinamool in name of stopping BJP: Brinda

No truck with Trinamool in name of stopping BJP: Brinda

21 Nov 2014

Dhanbad: CPI-M Politburo member Brinda Karat today ruled out any truck with Trinamool Congress in the name of secularism for stopping BJP in West Bengal or alliance between opposition parties at national level to replace NDA government at Centre.

Trinamool Congress ,  BJP,   Brinda Karat,   West Bengal,   NDA Government,   CPI-M,   Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   Bangladesh,   ,  
Three million-year-old canyon discovered in Tibet

Three million-year-old canyon discovered in Tibet

21 Nov 2014

Beijing: A huge 3 million-year-old canyon, thousands of feet deep in places, has been discovered buried under a major river in Tibet.

Three million-year-old canyon,   Tibet,   Yarlung Tsangpo River,   California Institute of Technology,   China Earthquake Administration,   ,  
Another Northeast youth found dead in South Delhi

Another Northeast youth found dead in South Delhi

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In the third such incident in the last 48 hours, a youth hailing from the northeast was found dead in South Delhi's Munirka area on Thursday night.

Violence against North East people,   law and order in Delhi,   North East people killed,   North east people found dead ,  
US military may extend anti-Ebola mission in <strong>West</strong> Africa

US military may extend anti-Ebola mission in West Africa

21 Nov 2014

Washington: The US military may extend its mission to combat the spread of Ebola in West Africa beyond six months, if there was a surge of new cases."We have to be prepared for this to go longer than six months," Pentagon official John Kirby said on Thursday.

US Military,   West Africa,   Ebola Mission,   John Kirby,   Operation United Assitance,   Ebola,   Ebola Virus,  
<strong>China</strong> offers Vatican a say in Bishop appointments to mend ties

China offers Vatican a say in Bishop appointments to mend ties

21 Nov 2014

Beijing: In a bid to repair strained relations with the Vatican, China has proposed a joint system for appointment of bishops, offering the papal authority a greater say in matters relating to administration of churches.

Vatican,   China,   Bishop appointments,   papal authority,   churches,   Vatican China ties,   Catholics,   CCPA,  

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