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Amit Shah's Bengal Rath Yatra: Calcutta HC accepts BJP's plea against Mamata govt order

The Calcutta High Court division bench on Friday accepted the appeal for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s Rath Yatra after the party had moved an appeal before a division bench of the high court against refusal of permission. The single bench order had on Thursday denied permission to the saffron party for holding the Rath Yatra. 
Granting leave to the BJP to file the appeal, a division bench comprising Justices B Somadder and A Mukherjee said it will hear the matter at 12.30 pm.The bench directed BJP's lawyers to serve copy of the appeal to the West Bengal government and other respondents before the matter is taken up for hearing.

New Andhra CM Jagan Mohan Reddy meets PM Modi

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Restrictions withdrawn, normalcy returns to Kashmir Valley days after killing of Zakir Musa

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Lok Sabha election mandate is for creating 'New India's New UP': Yogi Adityanath

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This is historic mandate, all those who participated in elections are delighted: LK Advani on BJP's massive victory

Veteran BJP leader L K Advani Saturday expressed his happiness over BJP's massive victory in 2019 general elections and termed it as "historic".Advani...