In an exclusive interview to Faking News, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee denied that she was deliberately staying in Kolkata to help her party prepare better for the West Bengal assembly elections. Ms. Banerjee clarified that she was trying her best to reach New Delhi but her train tickets were not getting confirmed. She promised that once her tickets are confirmed, she would be back in Delhi and look into matters like stampede at New Delhi railway station or strike by some railway employees. You can read this exclusive interview with Didi in this week’s Sunday Magazine, which also enlists factors that could help Hrithik Roshan’s latest movie Kites do well at box-office. Our investigation team also finds out if Pakistan is using cyclones to create troubles in India.
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