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Karunya Plus KN-408 Kerala lottery result announced: First winner gets Rs 80 lakh, check the full list of winners here | Here’s how to claim prize money

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya Plus KN-408 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The next Karunya Plus draw will be held on February 24.

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Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Karunya Plus KN-408 lottery ticket today at 3 pm 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 10 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively.

You can check the result by clicking on the official website of the Kerala State Lottery Department- keralalotteryresult.net. Apart from these, the results are also published in the Kerala Government Gazette.

The winner of the first prize (Rs 80 lakh) is PD 948502

The winner of the second prize (Rs 10 lakh) is PM 654747

The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are PA 222249 PB 959099 PC 747429 PD 926532 PE 693707 PF 707096 PG 899786 PH 443286 PJ 825753 PK 903520 PL 948491 PM 556459

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are PA 948502 PB 948502 PC 948502 PE 948502 PF 948502 PG 948502 PH 948502 PJ 948502 PK 948502 PL 948502 PM 948502

FOR THE TICKETS ENDING WITH THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS

The winners of fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 0734 0830 1198 1294 2877 3673 3848 4622 4896 5068 5193 5250 6051 6935 7303 7997 9131 9270

The winners of fifth prize (Rs 1,000) are 0451 0735 1092 1139 1612 1642 1718 1889 2231 2427 3082 3407 3760 4160 4418 4487 4812 4905 5036 5817 6174 6224 6478 6571 6824 7008 7223 7596 9145 9196 9225 9349 9473 9646

The winners of sixth prize (Rs 500) are 0034 0046 0129 0307 0647 0892 1016 1068 1233 1424 1447 1456 1482 1750 1851 2162 2180 2215 2451 2560 2577 2631 2650 2656 2735 3124 3373 3380 3739 3814 3861 3880 3934 4134 4307 4333 4444 4559 4678 4988 5000 5519 5559 5592 5617 5644 5690 5727 5790 5805 6020 6287 6372 6432 6502 6631 6902 6934 7103 7120 7185 7195 7390 7669 7902 7963 8045 8319 8645 8660 8716 8790 8798 8888 9029 9040 9046 9627 9921 9923

The winners of seventh prize (Rs 100) are 0005 0024 0043 0053 0081 0131 0207 0391 0499 0730 0822 0844 0901 0952 1035 1058 1102 1143 1196 1466 1524 1735 1827 1862 1864 2049 2112 2298 2327 2350 2359 2360 2479 2639 2745 2758 2863 2901 3289 3302 3343 3432 3459 3528 3586 3590 3616 3977 4050 4087 4110 4170 4191 4196 4352 4430 4489 4521 4558 4562 4590 4657 4750 4757 4892 5062 5194 5198 5341 5626 5950 6007 6060 6145 6206 6290 6371 6379 6510 6556 6564 6570 6622 6685 6707 6761 6788 7034 7078 7121 7147 7244 7266 7599 7739 7760 7782 7783 7799 7801 7969 8023 8036 8196 8207 8330 8452 8589 8624 8805 8904 9006 9068 9135 9202 9260 9277 9377 9400 9424 9525 9533 9534 9596 9612 9756

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.

Next Karunya Plus Lottery

The next Karunya Plus Draw will be held on February 24 at Gorky Bhavan, Near Bakery Junction, Thiruvananthapuram.

How to claim prize money?

Winners of the Karunya Plus KN-408 lucky draw must check the Kerala lottery results published in the Kerala Government Gazette to verify their winning tickets.

They must report to the Kerala lottery office in Thiruvananthapuram with their tickets and identification evidence within 30 days if they find their ticket number in the published gazette.

The verification process should be completed within 30 days following the announcement of the results.

Those who have won less than Rs 5,000 in a lottery can claim their reward money at any lottery shop in Kerala.

Those who have won more than Rs 5,000 must present their tickets to a bank or government lottery office with their identification papers in order to make a claim.

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Kamal Nath ends switch speculations as he calls Rahul Gandhi our leader, urges Congress workers to join his Yatra

He insisted on togetherness, which will bring this great campaign against injustice to an end.

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Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Friday ended the speculations of his switching allegiance to BJP as he called Rahul Gandhi “our leader” and urged Congress workers to join the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in the State.

Taking to X, Nath said that the Congress workers were excited to welcome the Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. He said our leader Rahul Gandhi has taken to the streets across the country and announced a decisive fight against injustice, oppression and exploitation.

He also urged the people of Madhya Pradesh and the State Congress workers to become the strength and courage of Gandhi by joining the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in large numbers. He insisted on togetherness, which will bring this great campaign against injustice to an end.

Earlier, Nath increased more suspense to the rumours as he neither denied nor accepted what has been the hot rumour doing the buzz in the capital.

Speaking to reporters, Nath asked the media to lower their excitement over speculation of him and his son Nakul Kamal Nath joining the BJP and said he is not denying it and will inform them of the news if there is something in the coming days.

Also, he and his son Nakul Kamal Nath arrived in Delhi today reportedly to meet the top leaders of the BJP. However, Congress rejected the rumours of him joining the BJP and recalled what former PM Indira Gandhi said about Nath.

Earlier in Jharkhand, Gandhi said Congress stands for Jal, Jungle, and Jamin of the tribal people, for education and employment of youths. He said economic imbalance, demonetization, GST and unemployment have ruined the future of the youths in the country.  On the way to Bokaro, he interacted with coal miners and their children at Godhar Kali Basti in Dhanbad district. 

On January 14, Congress kicked off the Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra from Manipur’s Thoubal. The yatra aims to cover over 6,700 kilometres over 67 days, going through 110 districts.

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I am not Malala, I am safe and free in my country: Kashmiri activist Yana Mir’s speech in UK Parliament shared widely

Kashmiri journalist Mir said she is not Malala Yusufzai who will run away and seek refuge in the UK.

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Kashmiri activist and journalist Yana Mir, addressing a Sankalp Divas event in the British Parliament building, said she is not Malala Yusufzai who will run away and seek refuge in the UK. Asserting that, Mir said she is safe and free in her homeland, Kashmir, which is part of India.

The video of her speech has been shared widely on the internet, in which, she strongly denounced the propaganda mechanism by Pakistan to dent India’s image on the international stage and objected to Malala for defaming her country and homeland by calling it oppressed.

Mir was addressing the Sankalp Divas event hosted by the Jammu and Kashmir Study Centre UK (JKSC) in the British Parliament building. She has been associated with the Jammu and Kashmir Youth Society too.

Addressing the event, she further objected to all such toolkit members on social media and foreign media who never cared to visit Indian Kashmir, instead, they fabricated stories of oppression from their country.  

Mir urged everyone to stop polarising Indians on grounds of religion, Indians won’t allow you to break up us, adding that, Mir said our perpetrators living in the UK in Pakistan will stop maligning my country.

During the event, Mir also received the Diversity Ambassador Award for championing diversity in the J&K region.

The event was attended by over 100 attendees, the gathering included UK Parliament members, community leaders, and representatives from various organisations and prominent members of the diaspora.

The event reaffirmed India’s stance on the region’s integral part of India. It highlighted the need to reclaim areas like Mirpur-Muzaffarabad and Gilgit and Baltistan, which fell victim to Pakistani aggression.

The program was organised to provide a comprehensive overview of the socio-cultural and political landscape of the region. The event emphasised the diverse nature of Jammu and Kashmir, highlighting its multicultural, multireligious, and multilingual characteristics.

The words of the Kashmiri activist deeply resonated with the attendees, displaying her unwavering commitment to her country and her people. Mir’s stance against terrorism and propaganda serves as a reminder of the resilience and unity of the Indian nation.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveils statue of Sant Ravidas in Varanasi, says caste bias is destroying humanity

PM Modi said he is taking this opportunity to take forward Sant Ravidas’s resolutions and the opportunity to serve lakhs of his followers. He said on Guru’s Janmteerth, serving all his followers is nothing short of a fortune for him. The Prime Minister said as an MP of Varanasi it is his special responsibility to welcome everyone to fulfill his duty on this holy day.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at Sant Ravidas temple and unveiled a statue of Sant Ravidas on Friday in Varanasi. The Prime Minister along with chief minister Yogi Adityanath paid a floral tribute to Sant Guru Ravidas. Addressing the gathering, PM Modi said caste bias is destroying humanity.

PM Modi said he is taking this opportunity to take forward Sant Ravidas’s resolutions and the opportunity to serve lakhs of his followers. He said on Guru’s Janmteerth, serving all his followers is nothing short of a fortune for him. The Prime Minister said as an MP of Varanasi it is his special responsibility to welcome everyone to fulfill his duty on this holy day.

He said he is going to launch development projects worth hundreds of crores of rupees. In his speech PM Modi said India’s history is witness to the birth of many saints, sages and remarkable individuals who became the guiding force when the nation faced challenges. He said Sant Ravidas emerged as an important figure during the Bhakti movement and revitalised a fragmented and feeble India.

The Prime Minister praised Sant Ravidas for emphasising the significance of freedom to society and for his efforts to unite the community across all social lines. He added Sant Ravidas spoke on issues like discrimination, untouchability and high caste. PM Modi said his administration is advancing Sant Ravidas’s principles and said the BJP government serves everyone and its schemes are inclusive.

He added the ethos of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka effort has become the guiding principle to engage the people of India. The Prime Minister emphasised that equality necessitates prioritising the marginalised communities. He said over the past 10 years, efforts have been made towards addressing the needs of those who were earlier excluded from mainstream development.

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