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Horoscope for February 11, 2022: Know what’s in store for Aquarius, Capricorn, Scorpio, Pisces and other zodiac signs

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could start your day knowing exactly what you’re going to face? Continue reading to see if the chances are in your favour today.



Horoscope for March 8, 2022

Every zodiac sign has its own set of qualities and attributes that characterize a person’s personality. There are a total of 12 zodiac signs in Vedic astrology and every zodiac sign is ruled by one specific planet. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could start your day knowing exactly what you’re going to face? Continue reading to see if the chances are in your favour today.

Here is the horoscope for February 11, 2022:

Aries (March 21-April 20)

You might go on a relaxing short journey that will provide a nice distraction from your everyday routine. Those who are concerned about their health will receive positive news. Making all of the right professional moves could send your career graph skyrocketing.

Lucky Number- 6
Lucky Colour- Blue

Taurus (April 21-May 20)

Getting overly involved in the specifics of a project can cause it to be delayed, so consider this. A romantic outing with your lover is recommended and will be really rewarding. You may excel in an outdoor game if you are physically fit.

Lucky Number- 4
Lucky Colour- Green

Gemini (May 21-June 21)

You are likely to make good time on any journey you undertake. If you’re thinking about buying a house, be prepared to bag a great deal. For businessmen, this is a fortunate day since huge profits are on the way. A consistent fitness routine will help you stay slim and energetic.

Lucky Number- 2
Lucky Colour- White

Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Your romantic desires are likely to be achieved today, as your partner appears to be most interested in your ideas. The state of your finances may improve, but only if you can cut back on unnecessary spending. Your ideal project is likely to be financed by a friend.

Lucky Number- 8
Lucky Colour- Saffron

Leo (July 23-August 23)

Those involved in property disputes can expect a beneficial outcome. On the academic front, self-directed learning and time management might be helpful. A phase of love and togetherness commences.

Lucky Number- 1
Lucky Colour- Beige

Virgo (August 24-September 23)

Some people are likely to embark on a long journey. A piece of property could set you against a close friend or relative. Mood swings in your spouse can have a negative impact on your positive attitude. A vacation is planned, but making a reservation may prove difficult.

Lucky Number- 3
Lucky Colour- Maroon

Libra (September 24-October 23)

On the domestic front, you can be blackmailed into following the rules. You have the opportunity to become the proud owner of the land. On the academic front, patience will triumph over haste, so don’t rush. Today, your kind intentions could be misinterpreted by a loved one, so be careful.

Lucky Number- 9
Lucky Colour- Violet

Scorpio (October 24-November 22)

You might be in good financial shape. On the professional front, it is possible that your progress might get hampered if you do not immerse yourself in the issues at hand. In terms of academics, reawakening the spirit of friendship will help you achieve your goal in a significant manner.

Lucky Number- 7
Lucky Colour- Pink

Sagittarius (November 23-December 21)

It is possible to convert a freehold home into builder floors, and it can be a win-win situation for all parties involved.  Your professional abilities are likely to be in high demand. By regulating their food and exercise routine, weight watchers are likely to enjoy the maximum benefits.

Lucky Number- 5
Lucky Colour- Orange

Capricorn (December 22-January 21)

Some of you may see an increase in your earnings in the near future. Those interested in investing in the stock market should proceed with caution. Some of you should be cautious while speaking with strangers since they may take advantage of your outgoing personality.

Lucky Number- 4
Lucky Colour- Yellow

Aquarius (January 22-February 19)

Workplace motivation is likely to come from your coworkers. If you stick to your workout plan, you’ll soon reach peak physical fitness. The accomplishment of a family child will be a matter of pleasure for everyone. The health of someone close to you who is sick might improve.

Lucky Number- 8
Lucky Colour- Indigo

Pisces (February 20-March 20)

A family get-together is in the works, so prepare for an exciting day with your loved ones. A trip to a tourist destination you’ve never been before could be a life-changing experience. Changing your lifestyle might be extremely beneficial to your health.

Lucky Number- 3
Lucky Colour- Red

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Lucknow court shootout: Western UP gangster shot dead by man dressed as lawyer

Maheshwari himself was a dreaded shooter and was booked under several other criminal cases. He was also said to be a close aide of Munna Bajrangi, who was killed while serving time in Baghpat prison in 2018.  



Gangster Sanjeev Jeeva

Security in India’s courtrooms and court complexes were again exposed on Wednesday when gangster Sanjiv Maheshwari, also known as Sanjiv Jeeva, was shot dead by a man dressed as a lawyer right inside a Lucknow court.

Sanjeev Maheshwari had come to the SC/ST court for hearing in a murder case and was entering the courtroom when the shooter opened fire, injuring a young girl and a policeman.

Maheshwari, who led a criminal gang in Western UP, was said to be a close aide of gangster-politician Mukhtar Ansari. He was accused in the murder case of BJP MLA Brahmadatt Dwivedi. Ansari is currently serving life imprisonment. The shooter was nabbed by lawyers in court and police and has been identified as Vijay Yadav.

Maheshwari himself was a dreaded shooter and was booked under several other criminal cases. He was also said to be a close aide of Munna Bajrangi, who was killed while serving time in Baghpat prison in 2018.  

The police constable injured in the attack sustained a bullet wound in his right leg and his colleagues helped him out of the court complex. He is undergoing treatment in the Lucknow Civil Hospital. Meanwhile, heavy police deployment has been made in the Lucknow court as well as the city after the shootout.

Commented on the law and order situation in UP, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said the question is not who is being killed but the question is that one is being killed in the presence of high security.

In his reply to a journalist’s question on the incident, UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said the police will not spare anyone who is involved in the killing.

Lucknow DM Surya Pal Gangwar told the media that Maheshwari was shot dead, a girl of 8-10 years has also been injured. He added the shooter has been caught and the investigation into the incident has begun.

In Delhi, gangster Jitender Gogi was killed in a shootout in a Rohini court in 2021. The inter-gang rivalry ended with the knifing murder of Tillu Tajpuriya inside Tihar Jail in May this year.

The security of local courts has been a matter of concern for judges with former Chief Justice of India Justice NV Ramana raising it with the government.

A three-member SIT (Special Investigation Team) including Mohit Agarwal ADG Technical, Joint CP Nilabja Chaudhary, Ayodhya IG Praveen Kumar has been constituted to investigate the incident: UP CM Yogi Adityanath.

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Wrestlers meet Sports Minister Anurag Thakur, put forth 5 demands, protest still on but suspended till June 15

On Wednesday morning, Sports Minister Anurag Thakur and the top wrestlers, led by Olympic Medallist Bajrang Punia, began a crucial meeting at Anurag Thakur’s residence.



Wrestlers Protest

With the Central government offering to complete the probe against Wrestling Federation of India chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh by June 15, Olympian Bajrang Punia told the media that the agitation by the wrestlers will be suspended till then.

On Wednesday, the wrestlers met Sports Minister Anurag Thakur at his residence after the minister had tweeted late last night that he looked forward for a discussion with the protesters.

Reports said the wrestlers represented by Sakshi Malik and Punia have made five demands in the meeting with Anurag Thakur. Their demands were: (1) Free and fair elections for the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI), (2) a woman to be made the WFI chief, (3) withdrawal of the Delhi Police case against the wrestlers registered on May 28, (4) the arrest of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh and (5) preventing Brij Bhushan or his family or his acolytes from being part of WFI.

Punia, Sakshi Malik, and her husband Satyawart Kadiyan, who is also a wrestler, attended the meeting. Vinesh Phogat did not attend the meeting as she was to attend a pre-scheduled panchayat in her village Balali, Haryana. Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait, who supports the protesting wrestlers, did not attend the meeting.

In the space of five days, this is the second meeting between the protesting wrestlers and the government. Wrestlers met Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday night and briefed him on their demands. Shah had asked them to trust the investigation process.

The wrestlers have been demanding the arrest of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who they have accused of sexual harassment, since January this year. The wrestlers resumed their protest against Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh on April 23 at Jantar Mantar. On May 28, they were removed from the protest site by police and detained for violation of law and order after they began a march to the new Parliament building without permission. The police action resulted in an iconic photograph of Sangeeta and Vinesh Phogat.

The rub in this melee is that while the government is willing to accept most of their demands, the arrest of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is also the BJP MP from Kaiserganj, and wields significant clout in that part of Uttar Pradesh, remains a tricky question.

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Section 144 imposed in Kolhapur after clashes break out over socmed post with offensive audio message, Tipu Sultan photo  

The Law and order is the state affair and Maharashtra government takes the responsibility of it. He also appeals to the public for peace and calm. Police investigation is under way and action will be taken against those found guilty.



Kolhapur clash

Prohibitory orders have been issued in Kolhapur on Wednesday banning the assembly of five or more persons till June 19 after clashes broke out between two groups. Right-wing outfits objected to the use of Tipu Sultan’s image along with an objectionable audio message as a social media status put up by a few residents. Police had to lathicharge to disperse the crowd as the situation became tense.

Police have also applied for banning mobile internet from Wednesday till Thursday evening to prevent the issue from snowballing. On Tuesday, a group of right-wing activists held a protest demanding action against those who put the image of the 18th-century Mysore ruler along with an offensive message on their social media profiles. Police assured action and told them to return. Police also informed the protesters they had booked some people in connection with the post.

Kolhapur SP Mahendra Pandit said the protesters again hit the streets on Wednesday. Few organisations had called for a Kolhapur bandh and the members of these organisations gathered at Shivaji Chowk early today. After their demonstration ended, the crowd began to disperse but some miscreants started pelting stones, forcing police to use force against these people to disperse them. The SP also said they appealed to the agitators to maintain peace and withdraw the agitation.

Dipak Kesarkar, guardian minister and minister of education and Marathi language, said action has been taken against those who had used Tipu Sultan’s image along with an objectionable audio message with the detention of 21 people so far.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde appealed for calm and peace. He said law and order is a state responsibility and the Maharashtra government will act. Police investigation is under way and action will be taken against those found guilty. Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis said this was part of a larger well-thought out plan by some people.

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