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Selena Gomez sets record straight on her relationship status amid dating rumours        SC refuses to entertain plea challenging caste-based census in Bihar        Bangladesh police arrest six persons for selling fraud US visa stamps        Mumbai City FC on course to becoming ISL ‘Invincibles’        One held in Swati Maliwal case: Delhi Police        Congress takes dig at Modi over unemployment        Equalize        Mumbai City FC win 4-0 as Bengaluru FC’s misery deepens        Australia thrash undermanned England in first ODI        AIBEA decides to go ahead with Nov 19 bank strike, discussions with IBA & Managements fail        Erdogan announces extension of grain deal by 120 days        Musk hints at new chief for Twitter        PM to deliver opening address at 'No Money for Terror' event        Transparency, accountability are essence of governance in parliamentary democracy: Birla        Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Centre moves SC seeking review of its order on per-mature release of six convicts        Modi interacts with Biden, Sunak and Macron on sidelines of G20 summit        Rahul says only Congress can protect Constitution which is under constant attack from BJP        Centre misuses offices of Governors: Sitaram Yechury        Pollard announces IPL retirement, appointed as MI's batting coach        Twitter very slow in India: Elon Musk        
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Main News
CM Mamata Banerjee apologises for Bengal minister's remarks on President Murmu
 
Kolkata: Condemning ministerial colleague Akhil Giri's controversial remarks on President Droupadi Murmu, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, "on behalf of the TMC", apologised for his statement on Monday, asserting that such comments are not in line with her party's culture.

Banerjee said she has immense respect for the President, and her party has cautioned Giri against making such derogatory remarks in the future. "We respect the President of India. She is a highly respected lady. We condemn the statement made by minister of state Akhil Giri; what he said is wrong. The party has already condemned the statement and has also cautioned Akhil Giri," the CM said at a press conference at the state secretariat.

Banerjee also said that the party "does not support" Giri's opinion and will take stringent action against him if he repeats such mistakes. "I personally respect President Droupadi Murmu. She is a very nice lady, and I like her a lot. I apologise for Akhil Giri's statement; I apologise on behalf of my party. We have great regard for the President, and making such comments is not part of All India Trinamool Congress culture," she said.


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KERALA NEWS
Top police official held in gang rape case
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Bangladesh police arrest six persons for selling fraud US visa stamps
 Dhaka: Bangladesh police have arrested six persons who were selling fraudulent entry and exit stamps
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Musk hints at new chief for Twitter
Modi interacts with Biden, Sunak and Macron on sidelines of G20 summit
NATIONAL NEWS
One held in Swati Maliwal case: Delhi Police
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