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Competitive sports resume in England after 75-day shutdown        Amit, Vikas nominated for Khel Ratna by BFI; 3 names for Arjuna        Indian manufacturing output falls further in May, rate of job cuts accelerates: PMI        Sensex, Nifty spurt over 2 pc as India begins to unlock economy        Violent protests engulf US, thousands arrested and nearly 40 cities under curfew        Hong Kong blocks Tiananmen vigil; rush on for UK passports        Depression in Arabian Sea to intensify into severe cyclonic storm; will impact Mumbai        Deferred due to coronavirus, elections to 18 RS seats to be held on June 19: EC        Cabinet decisions will bring positive changes in lives of farmers, labourers, workers: PM        COVID-19: India now seventh worst-hit country in world        Mercury plummets as rain lashes Haryana and Punjab        New biography on PM Modi released        Oman reports 1,014 new COVID-19 cases, 11,437 in total        SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronauts on historic mission enter space station        Woman dies of COVID-19 in Kerala, toll rises to ten; 61 new cases reported        DINGKO Cancer-stricken boxing hero Dingko Singh tests positive for COVID-19        As Lockdown-4 ends, home ministry issues guidelines for ''Unlock-1'' from June 8        COVID-19 tally in Kerala rises to 1,208, 7 Pilots and cabin crew, among 58 infected        Locusts in TN local grasshopper species, pose no threat, says govt        Delhi-Moscow AI flight returns midway after pilot found COVID-19 positive        
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National News
"Modi babu has taken control of the media": Mamata
 
Metiabruz:Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo and Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee today said, " Modi babu has taken control of the media and the national news channels are following whatever he says. " " They have been bought by him. Modi does not know anything about Bengal and he tries to talk about it, " added Ms Banerjee while addressing an election rally here.

" Modi babu has taken control of the media. The national news channels are following whatever he says. They have been bought by him. Modi does not know anything about Bengal and he tries to talk about it, " she iterated. " This election is for setting up a govt at Centre. So please cast your vote so that Modi is ousted and the country is saved, " she said adding, " He has to go because he is very divisive.

In Assam, he has divided the people and excluded the names of 22 lakh Bengali Hindus from the citizen''s list who belong to this country. Names of 20 lakh Muslims have also been excluded. " " He works according to his whims and fancies. He visits Pakistan without telling anyone, he gets costly clothes made for himself and he runs after publicity.

He is a very peculiar prime minister, one that we do not want, " she asserted. " We do not bow to anyone. We are from Bengal where many freedom fighters came from. We know how to struggle, for freedom and for the welfare of the people, she stated. " They say that we are appeasing minorities. Do they know the meaning of appeasement? We treat every human being as equal, no matter what religion they may belong to, " the Chief Minister averred.

" For five years, they don''t do anything for the people except create misery through notebandi and improper taxes. They take away funding for schemes meant for the people. Then why at all should they come back? " she questioned. " Their party president comes to Bangla and challenges me. He is chirping away now, but when they will lose he will come back with a flattened face. They are all full of tall talk, trying to impose things that are not popular with the people, " the Trinamool supremo quipped.


Depression in Arabian Sea to intensify into severe cyclonic storm; will impact Mumbai
Deferred due to coronavirus, elections to 18 RS seats to be held on June 19: EC
Mercury plummets as rain lashes Haryana and Punjab
New biography on PM Modi released
Locusts in TN local grasshopper species, pose no threat, says govt
Delhi-Moscow AI flight returns midway after pilot found COVID-19 positive
People suffered most, faced unbearable hardships under Modi rule: Gehlot
Sonia launches speak up campaign to help raise voice of poor
Nokia resumes operations at TN plant after 1-week suspension
Strategic affairs experts criticise Trump''s offer to mediate between India and China on border row
India to go ahead with infra development in key areas along LAC despite stiff resistance from China
Lockdown has failed, Centre must spell out reopening strategy: Rahul
SC allows AI to operate till June 6 flights with occupied middle seats to fly stranded Indians
Armies of India, China appear heading towards biggest face-off after Doklam
Coronavirus cases cross 10,000-mark in Ahmedabad, 24 deaths
Amphan toll rises to 85 in Bengal; protests over electricity, water supply
Prisoners aged above 60 to be released on emergency parole to decongest jail in Delhi
COVID-19 death toll climbs to 3,583 in India
Pak troops shell LoC areas in twin sectors of Poonch, Rajouri
AIADMK completes four years in office in TN
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
My whole life has been a miracle: Rajinikanth
 Mumbai: From starting out as a bus conductor to becoming one of the biggest stars of the: country,  
'Game of Thrones' star Indira Varma tests positive for coronavirus
Coronavirus: Release of Ranveer Singh-starrer '83' put on hold
'Joker' earns Joaquin Phoenix his maiden Oscar
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Violent protests engulf US, thousands arrested and nearly 40 cities under curfew
 Washington, Jun 1 (PTI) The US remained a tinderbox of anger and emotion as violent protests erupted
Hong Kong blocks Tiananmen vigil; rush on for UK passports
Oman reports 1,014 new COVID-19 cases, 11,437 in total
SpaceX Nasa Mission: Astronauts on historic mission enter space station
KERALA NEWS
Woman dies of COVID-19 in Kerala, toll rises to ten; 61 new cases reported
 Kozhikode/Thiruvananthapuram: A 53-year old woman, who returned from Riyadh recently succumbed to th
COVID-19 tally in Kerala rises to 1,208, 7 Pilots and cabin crew, among 58 infected
Vijayan slams Railways for scheduling trains to Kerala without informing state
Kerala records 6th COVID-19 death
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