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Drunken Husband says to Judge, ‘I can Leave my Wife but will not Stop Drinking Alcohol’

Bhopal: Drug addiction campaign is going on in many states of the country. Addictions like alcohol, tobacco and cigarettes etc. ruin people’s personal and family lives. We have heard about this but something similar has happened in Madhya Pradesh. Here in court an old wife applied for nourishment. The court presented the 89-year-old husband in...

Haryana BJP MLA: It is Modi-Shah’s India, those Opposing CAA-NRC can be ‘Wiped Out’ in an Hour

Chandigarh: In Haryana, BJP MLAs attacked a particular society and said that those who opposed the revised CAA and NRC can be wiped out in an hour. It may be recalled that Kaithal MLA Leela Ram Gurjar made such a controversial statement in a program organized in his constituency in support of the amended citizenship...

Railway Received PMO approval to Increase the Fares

For the last few times, the necessities of life of the common man have been getting expensive. Now railway fares are also likely to increase. Railway sources have said that it was decided to increase the fares of the Railways due to the increasing pressure on the Parliamentary Committees and the management ratio. It is...

Cabinet Clears NPR has Nothing to do with NRC, India will Spend ₹8,500 Crore for NPR

The Union Cabinet on Tuesday has approved the National Population Register (NPR) amidst a scuffle over the CAA and NRC. Which seeks to create a comprehensive identity database of every “usual resident” of the country and has been described as the first step towards conducting an all-India NRC. Funds to the tune of over Rs...

Double Attitude of Rupani Govt, Rally in Support of CAA then why not Allow Rally for Anti-CAA?

Protests are taking place all over the country regarding the CAA. In such a situation, now the BJP is trying to make people awake and more than 60 rallies and gatherings are being organized in a single day in all the districts of Gujarat. They are trying to remove the misconceptions spread about this Act...

Complaint File Against Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka & Owaisi for Provocative Speeches Against CAA

Is it a crime to oppose citizenship Act? Is it a crime to criticize a government decision? Whether in a democracy, to have your opinion about a law and to oppose it falls under the category of crime, these questions are arising because now a complaint is being filed against the common man as well...

Rajkot: Suspected Case of ‘Unrequited Love’, Both Accused and Victim are in Critical Condition

In Rajkot city of Gujarat, a lover attacked a girl and seriously injured her. After this, he also stabbed his own neck with a knife and attempted suicide. Both of them were admitted to the Rajkot Civil Hospital in an injured condition. According to the information received, a youth named Vikram Pandeshar (25) used to...

Pondicherry Gold Medalist Denied Entry to University Convocation for Refusing to Remove Hijab

Rabeeha Abdurehim, who hails from Kerala and had done her Masters course in Mass Communication also refused to accept the gold medal to express solidarity with students protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act. A student of the Pondicherry University, a gold medal winner, alleged that she was prevented from attending the convocation ceremony on Monday...

Priyanka-Rahul Stopped by Cops From Entering Merrut to Meet Families of Deceased Protesters

Merrut: Today Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra were stopped by the cops from entering Merrut to meet the families of those killed in protests against the CAA last week. They requested the cops but were denied the entry.The Gandhis were stopped near the Partapur police station. “We asked the police if they...

German Student at IIT Madras Asked to Leave Country for Joining Anti-CAA Protest

Protests are being held all over the country these days against the Citizenship Amendment Act. While the police are trying to spread fear by registering FIRs on the common men, people associated with the film world also have to get work due to the protest. Jakob Lindenthal, an exchange student from Dresden, Germany, who was...