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Karunya KR-539 Kerala lottery result announced: Check the list of winners for March 5, first winner gets Rs 80 lakh

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya KR-539 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The next Karunya draw will take place on March 12.



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Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya KR-539 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The draw took place at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. The winner of the first prize will get Rs 80 lakh while the second and third prize winner will get Rs 5 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively.

The lottery holders can check the winning list on the official website of Kerala Lotteries.

Check Karunya KR-536 lottery results

The winner of the first prize (Rs 80 lakh) is KS 943851

The winner of the second prize (Rs 5 lakh) is KZ 799175

The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are KN 213537 KO 664914 KP 409073 KR 211534 KT 853404 KU 716183 KV 607498 KW 508299 KX 624876 KY 324413 KZ 135523

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are KN 943851 KO 943851 KP 943851 KR 943851 KT 943851 KU 943851 KV 943851 KW 943851 KX 943851 KY 943851 KZ 943851

For the tickets ending with the following numbers.

The winners of the fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 0593 0897 0918 1041 1463 1524 4687 5451 5556 6980 7057 7105 7369 7451 8230 8507 8577 9791

The winners of the fifth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0073 1564 2623 2890 3576 3695 4477 4826 9090 9122

The winners of the sixth prize (Rs 1,000) are 0595 0630 0703 1338 1660 2450 2830 3291 6639 7335 8266 8421 8892 9585

The winners of the seventh prize (Rs 500) are 0088 0292 0678 1265 1297 1330 1421 1612 1669 1753 1961 2027 2111 2274 2416 2524 2537 2620 2754 2819 2959 3434 3444 3501 3535 3562 3764 3947 4036 4039 4119 4202 4242 4272 4300 4524 4569 4591 4650 4660 4875 4969 5020 5301 5328 5690 5713 5862 5938 6072 6190 6199 6219 6257 6332 6606 6701 6718 6779 6827 6875 6991 7046 7315 7722 7743 7872 8039 8184 8802 8962 9093 9096 9207 9330 9419 9557 9714 9717 9876

The winners of the eighth prize (Rs 100) are 0045 0060 0245 0247 0352 0369 0419 0474 0475 0525 0544 0618 0731 0762 1017 1076 1257 1325 1328 1532 1586 1589 1620 1690 1737 1861 1875 1888 1912 2048 2189 2212 2237 2279 2447 2526 2631 2697 2705 2757 2849 2856 3173 3227 3356 3536 3761 3813 3817 3911 3993 4097 4111 4310 4516 4546 4568 4604 4807 4819 4882 4933 4942 5008 5032 5033 5093 5104 5138 5176 5270 5601 5654 5668 5682 5740 5772 5781 5860 5916 5969 6252 6273 6306 6393 6409 6468 6664 6703 6758 6925 7001 7316 7352 7517 7674 7773 7906 7918 7927 7965 8160 8225 8249 8493 8555 8596 8612 8657 8677 8786 8851 8889 8929 9024 9140 9143 9173 9212 9220 9449 9453 9500 9917

The prize winners are advised to verify the winning numbers with the results published in the Kerala Government Gazette and surrender the winning tickets within 30 days.

How to claim prize money?

Prize winners need to follow the claim rules of the Kerala State Lottery Department. If the winning amount is above Rs 1 lakh then the winner needs to submit a self-attested copy of the PAN Card.

Winning AmountSubmit Claim Form Department
5000 Rs and Below AmountTicket Agents
1 Lakh Rs and Below AmountDepartment of District Lottery Offices
1 Lakh Rs and Below {Other State}Department of Directorate
1 Lakh Rs or Above AmountDepartment of Director of State Lotteries
1 Lakh Rs to 20 Lakhs Rs AmountDepartment of Deputy Director
20 lakhs and Above AmountDepartment of Director

Karunya State Lotteries Result

There are nine prizes in the Karunya lottery ticket, including a consolation reward. The first prize winner receives Rs 80 lakh, while the second and third prizes get Rs 5 lakh and 1 lakh respectively. The lottery agency will deduct 10 percent from the first to third prizes and allocate the remaining cash to the agents (who sell the winning tickets). In the case of the 4th to 8th places, as well as the consolation awards, 10 percent of the prize money (agent’s commission) will be paid from a government-allocated fund.

Next Karunya Lottery

The next Karunya Lottery will take place on March 12 at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram at 3 pm.

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UP women fight over garage space; video goes viral | Watch

Over 47,000 people have seen the video since it has been uploaded. People are giving different reactions to the video.



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With vehicles increasing on the road day by day, it is obvious that space to park them becomes scant. In a video which is going viral, two women from Uttar Pradesh can be seen arguing and attacking each other over what both claim as their garage space.

The woman, who made the video and posted it on social media, can be seen charging the other slightly elderly woman and her husband for using his position to grab the space paid for by the woman making the video.

The video begins with a handyman who is seen breaking the lock of a caged garage space and the woman shooting it can be heard saying she had it built herself. She then threatens the elderly woman that she will post the footage on social media, but the elder woman nor the handymen seem particularly alarmed by it.

When things turn violent, the elderly woman throws broken lock away. The other woman tries to prevent her from doing so and ends up grabbing the elder woman by her neck. The recording ends when the elder woman retaliates by slapping the younger woman several times, leading to her phone falling.

Over 47,000 people have seen the video since it has been uploaded. People are giving different reactions to the video. One user said these are common things in small towns and cities, another said the last slap on the phone was hilarious while others were dropping laughing emojis on it. 

However, these days, such videos showing violence between women have become common on social media. A few days ago, a video from Delhi Metro went viral where two young women got into a heated argument which quickly turned into a fistfight.

The women can be seen preparing for the fight by setting aside their phones as the video begins with one of them taking off her sneaker and brandishing it like a weapon. Other passengers can be heard begging them not to fight.

Parking-related arguments and fights have snatched many lives in the Delhi National Capital Region. Luckily in this video, the violence did not reach such fatal ends.

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Bail too late: 62-year-old man gets relief on humanitarian grounds 2 days after he’s dead

A shocking case has emerged in Mumbai, Maharashtra. A Mumbai court granted bail to an accused two days after his death.



Court (Representative image)

A Mumbai real estate agent, who had been in jail since December 2021 for selling property with fake documents, has been granted bail but unfortunately Suresh Pawar had died two days before the relief was granted.

The accused had been in jail since December 31, 2021 and had requested six-month temporary bail due to health concerns. Though the hearing on his bail application was completed on May 9 when he was alive, the bail order came two days after his death.

The court granted him temporary bail on humanitarian grounds, looking at his age, medical complications, and further need for medical care.

As per the bail application, he was severely diabetic and was experiencing several age-related ailments. In February, he suffered a toe injury and was taken to JJ Hospital, where he was discharged from. However, he had claimed he needed to have the toe amputated since it had turned gangrenous. His lawyer had moved the plea so that he could undergone treatment at a private hospital.

In March, the Bombay High Court gave directions to jail authorities to provide proper medical treatment, after which he withdrew his bail application from the High Court on April 19.

On the same day, Pawar’s health condition deteriorated, and he was again admitted to JJ Hospital, but due to inappropriate medical treatment, his injury became septic, and his leg below the knee necessarily required to be amputated.

Later, he developed a lung infection and sought temporary bail for a six-month period to avail himself of proper medical treatment.

The prosecution and opponent opposed his plea, arguing that he was being provided with enough medical care at JJ Hospital.

The death of Suresh Pawar will not provoke a thousand searing editorials but is scathing on the apathy and the callousness the State metes out to citizens, even if accused of crime.

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Boy buys sanitary pad for fellow student after she gets unexpected period in class, netizens praise boy

The act of goodwill by young boy indicates his bringing and parenting. It is reminder that empathy has no boundaries. This generation needs more people like him who break the myth and orthodox rooted in the society.



Boy buys pad for fellow classmate

A girl’s tweet is going viral on the internet where she described how a boy in her institute went the extra mile to help her after she unexpectedly got her period in class. He offered help by breaking all traditional taboos, went to the shop with the girl and got her the pad and an ice cream for her. She showed her love for the city and its people. Many people praised this simple act of generosity, a small kind act that can bring positive impact on people at large in our society.

The post got many positive reactions. People were impressed with the young boy’s gesture and also they were glad to witness such change in the surroundings. Good people are everywhere, they need to be recognized. Another person stated, the good thing about social media is that more people are getting aware about the problem faces by women. Such people has always kept the society’s soul alive, they make it a safe place for women.   

The act of goodwill by the boy indicates his bringing and parenting. It is a reminder that empathy has no boundaries. This generation needs more people like him who break the myth and orthodox roots embedded into them by society. To make society more healthy and inclusive for everyone, we need more courageous people to take steps forward to break the social stigma.

There have been several myths attached to the menstrual cycle in India. The concept of purity and impurity dates to Vedic times. Living in the 21st century, it is important for us to understand that there is nothing pure or impure about periods. It is the male-dominated society and institution that determines whether something is pure or impure and moulds it into an unquestionable and unchallenged object of belief. The so-called dirty menstrual flow which supposedly makes women impure is scientifically linked with procreation. The blood and tissue that a woman’s body evicts are not utilized by the body. Menstrual flow is as impure or pure as blood flowing through a non-menstruating man’s arteries and veins.

Given the immense impacts in a girl’s life that occurs with puberty, it is critical to invest in women’s education as a means of influencing young girls, shifting discriminatory norms and debunking these myths. As women don’t live in isolation, it is also crucial to educate men and boys as their silence legalizes and reinforces period myths. In short, to address the issue more holistically, multidimensional approaches are required to connect physical infrastructure, sanitation projects, health education and reproductive health programmes.

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