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Chhattigarh: ITBP detects bomb in Narayanpur; CPI Maoists to observe Bharat Bandh on April 26

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Chhattigarh: ITBP detects bomb in Narayanpur; CPI Maoists to observe Bharat Bandh on April 26
CPI Maoists once more issued a press note and posters claiming that Bharat Bandh will be observed in India on April 26 and from April 1-25 all sorts of steps will be initiated to disrupt the activities of security forces in Bastar and other naxal stronghold areas
Raipur: After the deadly encounter in Bijapur on April 3, the dangers of further naxal violence have not reduced in Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, CPI Maoists issued press releases and posters indicating more violence in April month.
CPI Maoists once more issued a press note and posters claiming that Bharat Bandh will be observed in India on April 26 and from April 1-25 all sorts of the steps will be initiated to disrupt the activities of security forces in Bastar and other naxal stronghold areas. In the poster naxal naming their killed comrades, they asked their guerrilla forces to unleash more attacks on security forces.

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Taxman's Data War
As tech helps tax authorities check evasion and fraud, taxpayers complain of harassment and misuse of powers
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Last year, a businessman from Rajkot, Gujarat, declared an income of less than Rs 5 lakh in his tax return. However, information collated by the Income Tax (I-T) Department showed he had deposited Rs 10 crore - and withdrawn Rs 7.5 crore - in cash during the year. The department sent him six notices, a dozen SMS alerts and tried every means to contact him. He remained elusive, forcing it to raid the business premises mentioned in the I-T return. It was a wrong address. I-T officials took the home address from his bank, but he was missing from there. It is now in the process of attaching his bank account and other assets.

Agri Bills: Farmers to march towards Parliament in May, says AIKS leader


Lakhs of farmers, protesting against the three farm laws passed by the union government last year, will march towards the Parliament on foot sometime in the middle of the month of May, said All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) General Secretary Hannan Mollah on Thursday.
Mollah told ANI that the march is being organised because "the government is not listening to the voices of the farmers".
"Modi Government and Parliament are not listening to the farmers then it is our right to go in front of Parliament and raise our demand and we will decide sometime between the middle in the month of May. Thousands of farmers will come to the border first, then march to Delhi on foot," he said.

When It Comes To Reservations, the Supreme Court Needs To Change Its Approach

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When It Comes To Reservations, the Supreme Court Needs To Change Its Approach
While the observations made by judges during the Maratha reservation hearing are not binding, their texture means that the statements must not be ignored or read in isolation.
A signboard is seen outside the premises of Supreme Court in New Delhi, India, September 28, 2018. Credit: Reuters/Anushree Fadnavis
“For how many generations will reservations continue?”
“This may be a beginning; all reservations may go and only EWS may remain, but these are all policies.” 
“It was for the Government to take a decision on dismantling caste and reservations.” 

Zahid N Quraishi to be first ever Muslim federal judge in US history

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Zahid N Quraishi to be first ever Muslim federal judge in US history
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March 31, 2021
Washington, Mar 31: President Biden on Tuesday nominated Judge Zahid N. Quraishi to be a federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, a move that would make the Army veteran the first-ever lifetime-appointed Muslim federal judge if confirmed. 
"This trailblazing slate of nominees draws from the very best and brightest minds of the American legal profession," the White House said in a statement Tuesday about a list that also included 10 other nominees. "Each is deeply qualified and prepared to deliver justice faithfully under our Constitution and impartially to the American people — and together they represent the broad diversity of background, experience, and perspective that makes our nation strong."

Supreme Court-appointed panel submits report on farm laws in sealed cover

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Supreme Court-appointed panel submits report on farm laws in sealed cover
Supreme Court-appointed panel submits report on farm laws in sealed cover
The Supreme Court-appointed three-member committee on the farm reform laws has submitted its report on the contentious laws to the court in a sealed cover.
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The SC-appointed three-member committee on the farm reform laws has submitted its report. (PTI)
The Supreme Court-appointed three-member committee on the farm reform laws has submitted its report on the contentious laws to the court in a sealed cover.
The committee, in its report, has said that around 85 farmer organisations have been consulted to find a solution on the deadlock with the protesting farmers who have been camping at the borders around Delhi for over 4 months, reported news agency ANI.

Centre ready to talk, impasse on farmers' protest will end if farm bodies are willing, says Narendra Singh Tomar | India News

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Tomar said that the deadlock over the ongoing farmers' agitation will end the day the leaders of farm unions decide to sort out this issue.
The Union Agriculture Minister addressed a press conference after campaigning for the BJP in Assam.
Gwalior: Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Saturday (March 27) said the deadlock over the ongoing farmers' agitation will end the day the leaders of farm unions decide to sort out this issue.
"The government will also find a way out. The Centre is ready for talks and wants to resolve the issue," said Tomar while addressing the press.

Modernisation in agriculture need of the hour: Modi in Mann Ki Baat

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Modernisation in agriculture need of the hour: Modi in Mann Ki Baat
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March 28, 2021
New Delhi, Mar 28: Modernisation in the agriculture sector is the need of the hour as already a lot of time has been lost, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday.
In his monthly Mann Ki Baat programme, Modi also hailed the world's largest vaccination programme being carried out in India against Covid-19 and stressed on "dawai bhi, kadai bhi" (medicines as well as strict preventive measures).
Asserting that adopting modern practices in the agriculture sector is imperative, he said in every aspect of life newness, modernisation is essential.

Farmers burn copies of farm laws to celebrate 'Holika Dahan'

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Farmers burn copies of farm laws to celebrate 'Holika Dahan'
Farmers burn copies of farm laws to celebrate 'Holika Dahan'
The farmers camping at Delhi borders on Sunday celebrated 'Holika Dahan' by burning copies of the Centre's new farm laws, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha said.
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UPDATED: March 28, 2021 22:00 IST
The protesting farmers celebrate Holi at the Delhi borders by burning the copies of Centre's farm laws. (Photo: India Today)
The farmers camping at Delhi borders on Sunday celebrated 'Holika Dahan' by burning copies of the Centre's new farm laws, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha said.
In a press statement, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) - a joint front of farmer unions - said protesting farmers celebrated Holi at the borders and they will continue their agitation till the farm laws are repealed and a separate law on minimum support price (MSP) is enacted.

Peaceful bandh against farm laws, VSP privatisation

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Peaceful bandh against farm laws, VSP privatisation
Updated Mar 27, 2021, 4:27 am IST
Bandh partial in Chitttor and Anantapur
 Normal life came to a standstill while schools and colleges, shopping malls, government and private offices and banks were shut down. Offices opened in the afternoon. (Photo: DC)
VISAKHAPATNAM: The Bharat Bandh call given by the All India Kisan Coordination Committee against the three farm laws, was peaceful and total in Andhra Pradesh on Friday. Visakhapatnam Ukku Parirakshana Committee members combined the bandh with the proposed privatisation of the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (VSP). The Visakhapatnam agency was completely shut due to the bandh. Adivasi associations raised slogans against the NDA government for the draconian farm laws.

Rajasthan: 'Bharat bandh' protesters stop ambulance carrying pregnant woman to hospital, say 'let her die'

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Updated Mar 27, 2021 | 07:44 IST
The protesters in Sriganganagar blocked several roads during 'Bharat Bandh' on Friday and stopped ambulances despite instructions to allow passage of essential services.
The incident took place at Nathawala bypass when the ambulance carrying the pregnant woman was on its way to the district hospital. (Representative image)  |  Photo Credit: IANS
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The incident took place at Nathawala bypass when the ambulance carrying the pregnant woman was on its way to the district hospital. 
The woman is now said to be struggling for her life at Sriganganagar district hospital.
Sriganganagar: In a shocking case of insensitivity and inhuman behaviour, people protesting during 'Bharat Bandh' on Friday stopped an ambulance carrying a pregnant woman to hospital in Sriganganagar district of Rajasthan. 

Lukewarm response to bandh call in Karnataka

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Lukewarm response to bandh call in Karnataka
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March 27, 2021 10:22 IST
In Hubballi, only a handful of protestors gathered at Hosur Circle early in the morning in a futile bid to stop bus services.
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The response to Bharat Bandh call was restricted to demonstrations in Hubballi on Friday even as an agitator is being evicted from Kittur Chennamma Circle after an altercation with police.  
In Hubballi, only a handful of protestors gathered at Hosur Circle early in the morning in a futile bid to stop bus services.
The call for Bharat Bandh by farmers organisations seeking repeal of the three new farm laws received lukewarm response from the people of various districts in North Karnataka with support being restricted to only demonstrations at important junctions.

Bharat Bandh: Farmers' protest at DME choke I'puram & Kaushambi | Noida News

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Greater Noida/Ghaziabad: Farmers on Friday protested for around four and a half hours in Gautam Budh Nagar, first holding a panchayat at the Surajpur roundabout and later at the district collectorate as part of Bharat Bandh called by Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) against the three controversial farm laws. In neighbouring Ghaziabad, business establishments remained mostly open, though vehicular movement was affected in some parts as the protesting farmers blocked the Delhi-Meerut Expressway.
In Ghaziabad, traffic snarls were witnessed in Indirapuram and Kaushambi as commuters had a tough time negotiating through jam-packed alternative routes. “I was aware of Bharat Bandh on Friday and hence started early for my office in Delhi but was still caught in a jam on a narrow stretch of road along Khoda towards Murga Mandi, which we used when the DME was closed,” said Ashish Kumar, an Indirapuram resident. “While I was returning I waited till 6pm and tried an alternate route from Kaushambi.”

Rang De Collects 4.65 Cr On 1st Day - Gulte Rang De Movie Collections

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Rang De Collects 4.65 Cr On 1st Day
Published by GulteDesk
March 27, 2021
Received good response from critics and audience alike, Nithiin and Keerthy Suresh starrer latest outing Rang De started well at box office. Directed by Venky Atluri, the film minted 1.54 Cr alone from Nizam territory. Despite Bharat Bandh and delay in early shows, Rang De raked decent numbers in Andhra region.
Rang De on its first day has made a theatrical business of 2.51 Cr in Andhra and 60 lakhs in Ceded. First day total in Telugu states is 4.65 Cr. Nonetheless, extended weekend will have an advantage for the film.
It is known that Monday is holiday as the entire country celebrates Holi on the day. So, Rang De will have exceptional first weekend.

Urdu Bulletin: PM's Bangladesh visit, Bharat Bandh covered prominently


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina at Dhaka Airport on Friday. (Source: Twitter/PMO)
Urdu Bulletin: PM's Bangladesh visit, Bharat Bandh covered prominently
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Updated: Mar 27, 2021 12:21 IST
New Delhi [India], March 27 (ANI): Various Urdu publications in their Saturday editions covered Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Bangladesh.
The twelve hours nationwide Bharat Bandh by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) was also highlighted on page one of the publications.
Hindustan Express: The newspaper prominently reported about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh. It also reported that Sheikh Hasina welcomed PM Modi at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.

Goods exports to reach $290 billion in FY21: Piyush Goyal

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Goods exports to reach $290 billion in FY21: Piyush Goyal
"As against about $313 billion of goods exports last year, we will end the year with almost 93 per cent of that, $290 billion. Now isn't that great," Goyal said while addressing the Times Network India Economic Conclave
PTI | March 27, 2021 | Updated 11:31 IST
Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal
India's goods exports will stand at $290 billion for the financial year ending March, 7 per cent short of the shipments in the previous fiscal, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday. However, the minister said this was "great" considering the country has bounced back so quickly in a challenging year. India's goods exports stood at $313 billion in FY20.

Live: Bharat Bandh today, malls, markets, major highways to remain shut

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Live: Bharat Bandh today, malls, markets, major highways to remain shut
Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of farmer unions, has called for a Bharat Bandh today, from 6 AM to 6 PM. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on the invitation of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. 
Last Updated: Friday, March 26, 2021 - 08:31
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Farmer unions who are protesting the three farm laws have called for a Bharat Bandh today. The day marks the completion of four months of protests against the legislation at the borders of Delhi, which started on November 26.
As per news agency PTI, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of farmer unions, has called for a Bharat Bandh on March 26, from 6 AM to 6 PM.

Breaking News March 26 Live: Two Dead In Fire At Covid Hospital In Mumbai's Bhandup


Breaking News March 26 Live: Two Dead In Fire At Covid Hospital In Mumbai's Bhandup
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Fri, 26 Mar 2021 06:54:10 am
PM Modi to visit Bangladesh: PM Modi will visit Bangladesh today and tomorrow. During his visit, he will be inaugurating Bapu Bangabandhu Digital Video Exhibition in Dhaka. He will also meet Bangladesh Foreign Minister and attend National Day Programme.
Fri, 26 Mar 2021 06:51:00 am
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Breaking News Live Updates March 26, 2021: Marking four months of their agitation, farmer unions led by Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) have called for a 12-hour 'Bharat Bandh' today. The Bharat Bandh will continue from 6 AM till 6 PM. On the other hand, the Supreme Court will also pronounce its order on a plea seeking a stay on sale of fresh electoral bonds ahead of state assembly elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry. Moreover, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also visit Bangladesh for two days starting from today. BJP national president JP Nadda will be on a two-day visit to poll-bound Tamil Nadu and Kerala from today. We will bring you the latest updates of everything major that is happening in India and around the world. Stay tuned to this live blog.

Bharat Bandh today: Farmers to block rail tracks; malls, markets, major highways to remain shut

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Thousands of farmers will block rail tracks in protest against Centre's farm laws
All major markets, transport services and highways will remain shut
New Delhi: The ‘Samyukta Kisan Morcha’ (SKM), the apex farmers’ body that is protesting against the Centre’s three farm laws, will observe a nationwide shutdown or Bharat Bandh on Friday.
The SKM said that "all minor and big roads and trains will be blocked" and "all services will remain suspended except for ambulance and other essential services". 
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Bharat Bandh has been called for the repeal of three agricultural laws, for law on MSP and procurement, cancellation of all police cases against farmers, rollback of "electricity bill and pollution bill" and for reducing prices of diesel, petrol and gas.

Bharat Bandh 2021 | Bharat Bandh LIVE updates: Rail, road traffic likely to be hit as farmers intensify protest against agri laws

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New Delhi: Rail and road transportation services are likely to be affected in parts of the country on Friday as farmer unions protesting against the Narendra Modi government's three new farm laws have called a complete 'Bharat Bandh' to mark four months of their agitation on the borders of the national capital. The Bharat Bandh will end at 6 pm.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police has made adequate law and order arrangements in view of the bandh call given by farmers. "The entire Delhi Police will be on the ground. We are fully prepared; all district authorities have been directed to put all their men on the ground for patroling from the morning itself," said Chinmoy Biswal, Delhi Police Public Relations Officer. "We are fully prepared to ensure that normal life is not affected. All our motorcycle patrolling teams, PCR vans and QRT vans will be on the ground so that no untoward incidents take place," he added.

Farmers' protest: Adequate security in place for Bharat Bandh, says Police

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New Delhi [India], March 26 (ANI): All personnel of the Delhi Police will be on the ground on Thursday as part of arrangements made by the police force for the Bharat Bandh called by farmer unions against the central farm laws.
Speaking to ANI, Chinmoy Biswal, Delhi Police Public Relations Officer, said security arrangements include Police Control Room (PCR) vans, Quick Response Team (QRT) vans and motorcycle patrolling teams.
"Delhi Police has made adequate law and order arrangements in view the bandh call given by farmers. The entire Delhi Police will be on the ground. We are fully prepared; all district authorities have been directed to put all their men on the ground for patroling from the morning itself," Biswal said.

Bharat Bandh: Malls, Markets, Highways To Remain Shut Today; Ambulances, Essential Services Allowed


Bharat Bandh: Malls, Markets, Highways To Remain Shut Today; Ambulances, Essential Services Allowed
According to the Samkyukta Kisan Morcha, the nationwide shutdown will start at 6 am and it will be in force up to 6 pm across the country on March 26
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2021-03-26T07:54:10+05:30
Bharat Bandh: Malls, Markets, Highways To Remain Shut Today; Ambulances, Essential Services Allowed
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2021-03-26T07:57:25+05:30
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Intensifying their protest against the Centre’s newly enacted farm laws, the agitating farmers have called for a nationwide Bharat Bandh today. Notably, the Bharat Bandh has been called by Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) on the completion of four months of farmers’ protest at Delhi borders. The SKM has planned several protests over the days, which includes “burning of anti-farmer laws during Holika Dehan”.

Bharat Bandh call has minimal impact in UP


Bharat Bandh call has minimal impact in UP
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A closed shop during Bharat Bandh, called by The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) against GST rules, e-way bill and rising fuel prices, at Chawri Bazar in New Delhi, Friday, 26 Feb, 2021. . Image Source: IANS News
Lucknow, March 26 : The Bharat Bandh evoked minimal response in Uttar Pradesh on Friday.
Barring a few districts in western Uttar Pradesh, the majority of the districts in the state witnessed normal road and rail movement.
The blocking of the Ghazipur border and the proximity of some districts to the venue of farmers' agitation on the outskirts of Delhi, however, had an impact and private transport movement was restricted.

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