Month: November 2020

Politics

UTTAR PRADESH DECLARES ‘LOVE JIHAD’ TO BE A PUNISHABLE OFFENCE

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath consecrated to end ‘Love Jihad’. The draft was approved on Tuesday, mentioning outlawing religious transformation and those found guilty will be imprisoned for 10 years. As stated by UP law commission chairperson AN MIttal, “The draft ordinance doesn’t mention the word ‘love jihad’ anywhere”. The draft canon, UP Prohibition […]Read More

Politics

Veteran congress leader passes away

Ahmedbhai Mohammadbhai Patel, better known as Ahmed Patel breathed last this at the age of 71. He was admitted in Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon as his health deteriorated due to COVID infection. He was tested positive on 1st October 2020 and was admitted to the ICU. PM Modi had expressed his condolence and tweeted, “Saddened by […]Read More

Barak Valley News

Family left shaken after targeted house robbery in Vivekananda Road

Repercussion of COVID-19 in Silchar has elevated organized crimes, street crime, online crime, robberies, etc. As informed by Mrs. Debjani Nath a resident of Vivekananda Road, Silchar, Assam, she along with her family members left their place at around 3:30pm on Saturday for her relative’s place. On returning back in the late evening she found […]Read More

NorthEast news Politics World Affairs

Alarming rise in smuggling of Chinese arms in North-East India

According to the report of the Home Ministry, there has been a rise in the smuggling of illegal Chinese weapons, which is impacting the stability of the region. In recent times, there has been an increase in the seizures of Chinese Weapons. The report further emphasized that, such weapons are being smuggled and even assembled […]Read More

Entertainment World Affairs

Video of New Zealand police officers dancing to Bollywood songs

A video of police officers of New Zealand have gone viral on the social media. The video shows around 12 police officers from the Wellington Police Academy dancing on Bollywood songs such as ‘Kala Chasma’ and ‘Ladki kar gayi chul’, for celebrating the festival of Diwali. The video ends with all the Police Officers standing […]Read More

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