Mahendra Singh Gond went to the victim’s place to meet her father. He returned home after the meet. After some time, he went back and spotted the girl alone as her father had gone to relieve himself. Gond then took the girl away and raped her. read more
Pushpa Besariya, mother-in-law of Sanjeev Bhatnagar, who is currently posted as additional superintendent with the special operations group (SOG) of Rajasthan Police, was stabbed to death in the robbery at her house at 3am on Saturday. read more
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday launched his party’s campaign in poll bound Madhya Pradesh, known to be a BJP bastion, from Bhopal. Attacking Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Rahul Gandhi accused the chief minister of following in the centre’s footsteps and making thousands of “hollow promises” that he hadn’t kept. Rahul Gandhi drove thorough Lal Ghati square before embarking on a 10-kilometre-long roadshow in a bus and subsequently addressed Congress workers. Ahead of the road show, posters were put up across Bhopal projecting Rahul Gandhi as a ‘Shiva devotee’. Hindustan Times’ Deputy National Affairs Editor Chetan Chauhan discusses Rahul Gandhi’s road show with Political Editor Vinod Sharma in this issue of HT Conversations. The series brings you conversations and perspectives from Hindustan Times. Our team of veteran journalists, experts and analysts bring you keen insights on big political news and developments. (HT Correspondent)read more
Congress president Rahul Gandhi claimed that the BJP-led government has waived loans worth Rs 1.5 lakh crore which was the NPA of 15 big industries. He questioned why the loans of farmers, who “have borrowed just Rs 5000”, could not be waived. read more
A taxi driver’s wife offers prayers in front of their taxi during Vishwakarma Puja, a festival of the Hindu deity of architecture and machinery in Kolkata on Monday. Craftsmen believe that the creation of their tools was due to Vishwakarma, which is why on this day they worship the tools of their trade.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday launched his party’s campaign in the poll bound Madhya Pradesh, known to be a BJP bastion, from Bhopal. Rahul Gandhi arrived in Bhopal around 1 pm. At 1:30 pm, he drove thorough Lal Ghati square before embarking on a 10-kilometer-long roadshow in a bus which will started from Lalghati Chowk and end at the city’s Dussehra Maidan, BHEL where he will interact with party cadres from across the state from 4 to 5.30 pm. (HT Correspondent)read more
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will hold a mega roadshow on Monday over 10 kilometers in Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal, to launch his party’s campaign for assembly elections in a state ruled by the BJP for the last 15 years. (HT Correspondent)read more