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Breaking News Live Update May 28 PM Modi Rahul Gandhi Mamata Banerjee Arvind Kejriwal Akhilesh Yadav Amit Shah Supreme Court Rain


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Siddaramaiah To Leave For Delhi Tuesday To Discuss MLC Poll Candidates 

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is set to depart for New Delhi on Tuesday to discuss candidate nominations for the biennial election to 11 Legislative Council seats, to be elected by Members of the Legislative Assembly on June 13, with the Congress high command.

Deputy Chief Minister and State Congress President D K Shivakumar is expected to join him for these discussions, PTI reported.

According to Siddaramaiah’s travel itinerary shared with the media, he will leave for New Delhi on a special flight at around 11 am on Tuesday. Upon arriving in the afternoon, he will meet with AICC members.

Siddaramaiah will stay in Delhi with his return plans currently open-ended.

Given the current party strengths in the Assembly, Congress can secure seven seats, BJP three, and JD(S) one.

The nomination filing process has already begun and will continue until June 3.

Cyclone Remal: NFR Cancels 44 Trains On Monday, Tuesday 

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR), which serves the northeastern states, seven districts in West Bengal, and five districts in north Bihar, cancelled 44 trains on Monday and Tuesday due to the cyclonic storm “Remal”.

As per IANS report, Chief Public Relations Officer Sabyasachi De announced that, as a precaution, 44 trains scheduled to start their journeys on these days were cancelled.

Most of the affected trains are passenger services, including DEMUs and express trains.

The cancelled trains were meant to connect Malda, Siliguri, Alipurduar Junction, New Jalpaiguri (West Bengal), Jogbani (Bihar), Guwahati, Silchar (Assam), Bhairabi (Mizoram), and Agartala and Sabroom (Tripura).

Furthermore, India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director General Mrutunjay Mohapatra outlined that in New Delhi the “Remal” is progressing towards Assam and Meghalaya. As per the weather office, it was moving north-northeastwards and gradually weakening into a deep depression, while light to moderate rainfall was recorded in most of the northeastern states.

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