had campaigned for Subhashini Ali.Some members of the family recently objected to Sugata Bose having used Netaji’s name to woo voters Sugata denied it “I have never used Netaji’s name to woo voters I can’t help the fact that I am related to him” Sugata said “The real celebration of Netaji’s life and work would be understanding the great leader without indulging in politics over his disappearance and death” West Bengal minister Amit Mitra too belongs to the family “I too am Netaji’s grand-nephew My maternal grandfather Suresh Bose was Netaji’s brother” he said “I never used this connection while campaigning because I don’t think my belonging to the family has anything to do with my credentials” In fact there has never been an effort to project the Bose family as a political dynasty “We are a family of intellectuals businessmen academics too” said Ardhendu Bose son of Netaji’s younger brother Sailesh Bose and a businessman based in Mumbai “It’s not as if we are trained to be just politicians Sugata Bose is a scholar and historian Amit Mitra is scholar who taught in Duke Chandra Bose has worked with Tata Steel Members of the Bose family have joined politics to give it something not to take from it” Three generations: Grand-nephews grand-nieces: Sugata Bose (TMC MP); Amit Mitra (TMC minister); Chandra Kumar Bose (BJP candidate); Madhuri Bose (Left campaigner) Nephews nieces: Sisir and Krishna Bose (Sugata Bose’s parents Congress and TMC); Amiya Nath Bose (Chandra’s father Janata Party); Subrata Bose (Forward Bloc) Brother: Sarat Chandra Bose (father of Sisir Amiya Subrata; Congress Forward Bloc Socialist Republican Party) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “As a family.
Written by Pranav Kulkarni | New Delhi | Published: September 2 sought to rebut the charges of bias and subjectivity, while Saradha may dent rural segments. The target of 30 out of 42 seats that seemed a possibility even a month ago looks a hard task for the TMC. ABVP, Saurabh Kumar Sharma, has appeared before a magistrate’s court on three occasions in 2008– August 25, Is this possible?” Desai asked Desai argued that Kamaal is a British citizen and his London address remains the same yet no summons were sent there “Police went to the area mentioned in his address but did not go to the address he has mentioned when he had filed the bond to seek permission to go abroad” he said Also the prosecution has not made any attempt to get him (Kamaal) to appear in an Indian court “even by coercive means” he said Desai argued that in 2003 a look-out notice was issued against Kamaal This is not necessary for a witness as look- out notices are issued against suspected accused he said “If a look-out notice is issued the immigration department has details whenever he comes in or goes out” he said and added that the prosecution has made no attempt to get the bond forfeited and issue non-bailable arrest warrant Arguments would continue on November 30 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News He told reporters it doesn’t matter “whether Irani comes, “My sympathies are with her.
For all the latest India News, 2014 12:36 pm Related News A CBI court Tuesday extended till November 25 the judicial custody of former Rajasthan Minister Babulal Nagar, The last thing his caretakers remember him asking for was for his photograph with a fighter jet. “Master Chandan, abandoning his burning wife and four daughters, who was present in the cottage,” it said. which confirms rejection of the Mukherjee Commission’s findings that Netaji may not have died in a plane crash in Taipei on August 18, “GUVNL/GoG… had approved development of solar projects far in excess?(Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission).
“We paid Rs 25,500 a month for getting a house on rent.turned aggressive and engaged in heated exchanges with the LDF members who took to the well of the House during the zero hour.leading to the adjournment of the House for the day. but no damage has been done to the idols of Mother Mary and Infant Jesus, The Prime Minister,Deesa and Idar in northern Gujarat and Ahmedabad already logging temperatures around 40 deg C. On the other hand,s father Salim and then the families of Gaurav and Sachin in the neighbouring Malikpura village. A week after communal violence tore through Muzaffarnagar district.
filed by one Pankaj Tiwari, BJP MP Adityanath and Union Minister Kalraj Mishra have been made respondents in the petition. download Indian Express App More Related News