St Stephens Withdraws Mamata’s Invite, TMC Blames BJP-RSS

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St Stephens Withdraws Mamata’s Invite, TMC Blames BJP-RSS

Catch all the live updates of the day here.

10:01 PM , 28 Jul

Man Killed After Being Struck by Lightning in Kolkata

A man was killed after being struck by lightning in Maidan area of Kolkata on 28 July, police said.

Ajoy Mallick (27) was hit by lightning during a thunderstorm at around 6.30 pm, they said.

He was rushed to SSKM Hospital where doctors declared him "brought dead".

(Source: PTI)

7:54 PM , 28 Jul

BJP-RSS Hand Behind St Stephen Withdrawing Invite to Mamata: TMC

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) leadership, on 28 July, sniffed a BJP-RSS hand behind the cancellation of party supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's engagement by St Stephen's College in New Delhi and said her voice "cannot be silenced".

St Stephen's College has withdrawn an invite extended to Banerjee to attend an event and interact with the students of the famed institute.

7:05 PM , 28 Jul

PM Modi Addresses an 'Transforming Urban Landscape' Event in Lucknow

While speaking at the ‘Transforming Urban Landscape’ event in Lucknow, PM Narendra Modi said, “Our pledge to make lives of Indians simple and comfortable has become stronger after 3 years. We will give 'pakka makaan' to people who are poor and homeless.”

6:17 PM , 28 Jul

Yamuna Crosses Danger Mark, Authorities on Alert

The district administration of Yamunanagar has sounded a high alert as the water level in the Yamuna river crossed the five lakh cusecs mark following continuous rainfall in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

Insisting that the situation was under control, the district administration, however, said all the necessary arrangements have been made to tackle the flood-like situation.

Published: 28 Jul 2018, 9:02 AM IST
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