The family of veteran Congress leader A.B.A. Ghani Khan Choudhury, the minister for railways in the Indira Gandhi cabinet, may live in the same mansion, but when it comes to politics, their loyalties are divided. His niece Mausam Benazir Noor, who defected from the Congress this January, is fighting as a Trinamool Congress candidate from Malda North in the upcoming Lok Sabha poll. His nephew Isha Khan Choudhury will face his cousin in the same constituency as a Congress nominee. Their uncle, Abu Hasen Khan Choudhury, will also be fighting from the Congress from Malda South.
The Essar Energy has paid ₹50 lakh as compensation to farmers of two villages in Singrauli district after tonnes of fly ash discharged from a power plant damaged their crops and some houses following heavy rain on August 7. “Following our demand, the Essar has paid villagers for the loss of paddy crop in 110 […]
Trees were uprooted and power infrastructure suffered damage following strong winds due to cyclone Amphan. Source: thehindu.com Related
Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Sunday said there were no irregularities in the BharatNet project, which aims to provide internet connectivity to all villages. IAS officer Santhosh Babu, who had earlier been handling the project, had not applied for voluntary retirement from service, the CM said while addressing the media in Madurai. On the […]