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Massive drug seizure by Indian Navy off Gujarat coast: 3,300 kg of Meth, Charas intercepted

In a significant drug bust operation off the Gujarat coast, the Indian Navy, in collaboration with the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), intercepted a small ship and seized approximately 3,300 kilograms of drugs near Porbandar. This seizure marks one of the largest drug confiscations in recent times, valued at around ₹1,300 crore.

The Tata Institute Claims Success in Cancer Treatment with “Rs 100 Tablet”

The Tata Institute in Mumbai, renowned for its cancer research and treatment, has made a groundbreaking announcement regarding a new treatment method that could revolutionize cancer therapy. After a decade of dedicated research, doctors at the institute have developed a tablet that they assert can prevent the recurrence of cancer in patients, significantly reducing the side effects of conventional treatments like radiation and chemotherapy.

“BJP Claims TMC Strongman in ‘Safe Custody’ of Bengal Police Amid Sandeshkhali Unre

The ongoing turmoil in Sandeshkhali, West Bengal, has taken a new turn as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, Suvendu Adhikari, alleged that Sheikh Shahjahan, the main accused in the violence over land disputes and sexual harassment, is now in the "safe custody" of the state police. Adhikari claimed that Shahjahan negotiated a deal with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's police force, securing luxurious treatment while in custody.

“Rahul Gandhi Promises ‘Government of the Poor, Not of Adani’ in Poll-Bound Chhattisgarh Amid Stock Manipulation Allegations”

Latest news"Rahul Gandhi Promises 'Government of the Poor, Not of Adani' in Poll-Bound Chhattisgarh Amid Stock Manipulation Allegations"
congress Leader Accuses BJP and PM Modi of Serving the Interests of a Few Billionaires

Chhattisgarh, India: Rahul Gandhi, a prominent leader of the Indian National Congress party, has launched a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government, alleging that they are working to benefit a select group of billionaires in India. This criticism follows recent reports of alleged stock manipulation by the Adani Group, one of India’s largest conglomerates.

Gandhi pointed to a Financial Times article that claimed billionaire Gautam Adani had transferred substantial sums of money from India, causing a surge in the share prices of his own companies. Speaking at a rally in Chhattisgarh, a state currently preparing for upcoming elections, Gandhi vowed that governments formed under the Congress banner in various states, including Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Telangana, and Madhya Pradesh, would prioritize the welfare of the poor over corporate interests.

He further suggested that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be unlikely to order an inquiry into the Adani Group’s alleged activities, insinuating that such an investigation might reveal losses for entities other than Adani.

“Before every election, BJP presents a number. They say they will get 230 seats to 250 seats. But every poor person in Karnataka voted for Congress,” Gandhi remarked while referencing the BJP’s electoral defeat in Karnataka’s assembly elections.

Gandhi also accused the right-wing party of undermining India’s economic foundations, particularly through policies like the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetization. He claimed that these measures intentionally harmed small business owners.

As the political landscape in India continues to evolve, the role of corporate entities and their influence on government decisions remains a contentious issue, with leaders like Rahul Gandhi vowing to prioritize the interests of the less privileged in their policies and governance.

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