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Khelo India Youth Games 2022: Nine daughters of farm labourers represent Andhra Pradesh in kabaddi

Ten out of 12 young players in Andhra Pradesh’s kabaddi girls team are from a small village in Kapusambham near Vizianagaram. All daughters belong to agricultural labourers family.

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Ten out of 12 young players in Andhra Pradesh’s kabaddi girls team are from a small village in Kapusambham near Vizianagaram. All daughters belong to agricultural labourers family. Girls excited for ‘Khelo India Youth Games’ (KIYG) have reached Panchkula not only for medals but also to be a sporting icon of the future.

These nine out of the 12 members of the Andhra Pradesh women’s kabaddi team participating in the Khelo India Youth Games are daughters of farm laborers who made a grand start to their campaign by defeating Chhattisgarh 40-28 in the opening match on Friday.

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When asked about the background of the parents, Vandana said, ‘Each one has their own profession and my parents are laborers by profession and I am very proud of them.’ Vandana scored 14 points to help them beat Chhattisgarh 40-28 in their group match at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium.

She further said, ‘When I was a child I used to run in the fields, but when I turned 7 I started playing Kabaddi after seeing all my friends playing it. I quickly grasped the game and never looked back. Another player, Munakala Devika, a student of GNR Junior College said, “We are proud of our parents and it is because of them that we are here. They has encouraged us to play the game, and always given us full support that I need.’

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Goa: Anmod Ghat Road closed due to heavy landslide, flood

A heart-wrenching video of the landslide surfaced on social media. Debris fell on a train between Dudhsagar and Sonalium railway stations on the South Western Railway (SWR) route.

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Goa: Anmod Ghat Road closed due to heavy landslides, flood

Due to the continuous heavy rains in Goa, life is suffering. In such a situation, landslides are also happening everywhere. A heart-wrenching video of the landslide surfaced on social media. Debris fell on a train between Dudhsagar and Sonalium railway stations on the South Western Railway (SWR) route.

The debris was so much that more than half of the train got buried under it, and the 01134 Mangaluru Junction-CSMT Mumbai train derailed. However, there is no report of any casualty of any passenger in this incident.

Another landslide occurred at the same time between Dudhsagar and Karanjali railway stations, officials said. SWR officials said the Mangaluru-Mumbai train was running on the diverted route on SWR when the engine and the first coach derailed.

Passengers of the derailed coaches were shifted to other coaches and the train was called back to Kulem railway station. 02780 Nizamuddin-Vasco train was stopped between Dudhsagar and Karanjali station and later brought to Castle rock railway station. Passengers were taken to different places by bus. At the same time, the work of repair of the track has been started.

A woman was killed and nearly 1,000 houses were damaged in a flood-related incident in Goa following heavy rains and rising water levels in rivers. Hundreds of people have been safely evacuated from low-lying areas.

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Uttar Pradesh: Man arrested for packing non-veg food in newspapers with photos of deities

A man named Talib has been arrested for selling non-veg packed newspapers that feature photos of Hindu deities in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal.

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Talib has been booked under Section 295 A (deliberate act intended to stomp on the religious sentiments of any group) of the IPC.

A man in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal has been arrested for selling non-veg packed newspapers that feature photos of Hindu deities. The Hindu Jagran Manch (HJM) district Kailash Gupta has filed an FIR against the person at the Sadar Police Station for insulting the religious beliefs of a particular community. The man has been identified as Mohammad Talib.

Talib has been booked under Section 295 A (deliberate act intended to stomp on the religious sentiments of any group) of the IPC. According to the reports, the Uttar Pradesh police have found newspapers with photos of deities in huge numbers at the hotel counter named Mehak Restaurant.

On questioning the Mehak Restaurant, the owner said that his worker had bought newspapers from a salvage store and used these newspapers to wrap food items for customers, just like many restaurants do, without realizing that these newspapers depict photos of Hindu deities.

The family member of Talib, who has been running the restaurant since 2012, said newspapers have been used to pack food items for years. He further said that no one remembers the headlines or photographs in the newspapers before using them to wrap food items.

Earlier, during the Navaratri festival, a local Hindi daily reported that Talib used to pack non-veg items in the newspapers that depicted photos of Hindu deities. According to Circle officer Jitendra Kumar, police rushed to the hotel after receiving a report on Sunday night and seized the objectionable items. Owing to the complex situation, police instantly filed an FIR and detained the owner of the restaurant for insulting a certain group’s religious beliefs.

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RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav shoulder fractured, admitted to Patna hospital

The Former Chief Minister of Bihar, and RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav fell down the stairs and his shoulder has been fractured. Lalu Yadav was already worried about his illness. Now, his health has been deteriorating, due to the fall on Sunday evening.

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The Former Chief Minister of Bihar, and RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav fell down the stairs and his shoulder has been fractured. Lalu Yadav was already worried about his illness. Now, his health has been deteriorating, due to the fall on Sunday evening.

Lalu Prasad Yadav has broken his shoulder due to the fall, which was treated by doctors. Later, he was sent home and advised to rest, but in the meantime, around 3 o’clock on Monday morning, Lalu Prasad Yadav was suddenly admitted to the ICU of Paras Hospital in Patna. This happened because his health was deteriorating.

After coming to the hospital, the doctors checked him, then it was found that the sugar level has increased due to which the problem has increased.

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Taking a decision to reduce the sugar level and keep it under the supervision of the doctor, the family admitted Lalu Prasad Yadav to the ICU where he is being treated continuously under the supervision of doctors.

During this time, the entire family including Lalu Prasad’s two sons Tejashwi Yadav, Tej Pratap Yadav, and wife Rabri Devi were present. According to the reports, Lalu’s health is fine now. Lalu Prasad is also a bit unwell due to a shoulder injury but for the time being, he has been advised to take two months of bed rest.

Giving a health update on Lalu Prasad on Monday, Asif Praman, Medical Superintendent of Paras Hospital, Patna, said “he was admitted due to shoulder injury. The team of doctors is continuously monitoring. He has some diseases from the past as well, about which caution is being taken. At present, he is undergoing treatment under the supervision of doctors and his condition is stable.”

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