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Big Stories Today: Muslim man dies inside UP’s Kasganj police station, third non-bailable warrant against former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh, Chennai braces for more rain tomorrow



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Hyderabad man arrested for sending online rape threats to Virat Kohli’s daughter

The Mumbai Police have arrested a man from the city, identified as Ramnagesh Alibathini, a software engineer from Hyderabad on charges of giving online rape threats to the daughter of Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli.
According to news agency ANI, the Mumbai Police Cyber Cell had arrested the 23-year-old man. He was being taken to Mumbai, the agency quoted the Mumbai Police.

Woman in NCP leader’s house has links to underworld and ISI, says Maharashtra BJP leader Haider Azam

BJP leader Haider Azam has charged that a woman residing in Maharashtra minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik’s house underworld connections and to the Pakistani ISI.
Azam also accused the Congress MLA and minister Aslam Sheikh of having connections with the underworld including drug peddlers.

Union Health Minister to hold a meeting tomorrow morning with Health Ministers of all states and UTs on Covid-19 door-to-door vaccination campaign

Union Minister of Health Mansukh Mandaviya to hold a meeting on Thursday morning with health ministers of all the states and Union Territories on campaign ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ (door-to-door vaccination campaign). 

The government is targeting to complete maximum single and second-dose vaccination coverage.

2024 Lok Sabha polls in mind, Union Cabinet restores MPLADS

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the restoration and continuation of the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS).
An amount of Rs 2 crore per MP will be given in one installment for the remaining period of the financial year 2021-22 and Rs 5.00 crore in two installments during the FY 2022-23 to 2025-26, informed union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur.

Mumbai court issues non-bailable warrant against former Mumbai Police Chief Param Bir Singh in connection with extortion cases

A Mumbai magistrate’s court issued a non-bailable warrant against former Mumbai police chief Param Bir Singh in connection with an extortion case filed at Marine Drive police station.

So far, two previous non-bailable warrants have been issued against the IPS officer who had applied for sick leave in May and has not reported for duty since.

Maharashtra Congress announces state-wide agitation against Modi government over inflation

The Congress’s Maharashtra unit has announced a statewide agitation over inflation, petrol-diesel price hikes, and policies that are weakening the common man financially, Congress Maharashtra chief Nana Patole said on Wednesday.

Various agitations will be held from November 14 to 19, he was further quoted as saying. 

PM Modi meets NSAs of seven countries on the sidelines of Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan in New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met NSAs of seven countries on the sidelines of the Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan.
The Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan gets underway in New Delhi. National Security advisers/secretaries of security councils of Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan took part in the dialogue. Meeting chaired by NSA Ajit Doval.

Muslim man dies inside Kasganj police station, family suspects cops’ role

A Muslim man accused of kidnapping a Hindu woman died in police custody in Uttar Pradesh’s Kasganj district on Tuesday evening. The police claimed that the man, 22-year-old Altaf, hanged himself in a police station washroom with the drawstring of his jacket hood. But the man’s family has alleged that he was murdered in custody.

Covaxin now on list of Covid-19 vaccines recognized by Hong Kong

Hong Kong and Vietnam have joined the list of nations that have approved Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin for emergency use. Hong Kong has approved 14 Covid-19 vaccines and Vietnam has approved nine vaccines so far, including the Covaxin. The US, UK, Switzerland are the other countries that have approved the Made in India coronavirus vaccine.

President Kovind to preside over conference of governors, Lt governors on Thursday

President Ram Nath Kovind will preside over the conference of governors, Lt governors on Thursday.
Apart from the governors and the lieutenant governors of all states and union territories, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will attend the conference.
The conference of governors is a tradition almost as old as the country’s independence.

12 burnt to death as bus catches fire after colliding with tanker in Rajasthan

At least 12 people were burnt to death on Wednesday after a private bus caught fire after colliding with a tanker trailer on Barmer-Jodhpur Highway in Rajasthan.
According to a passenger, the bus departed from Balotra at 9:55 am and the accident took place when the tanker, coming from the wrong side of the road, collided with the bus. The bus went up in flames following the collision.
There were 25 people travelling in the bus when the accident took place. So far, 10 people have been rescued.

Heavy rainfall continues in parts of Tamil Nadu, red alert issued for today and tomorrow

Indian Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for heavy to very heavy rainfall for Wednesday and Thursday for 20 districts across Tamil Nadu, including Chennai after a well-marked low-pressure area over the Bay of Bengal intensified into a depression.
It is expected to move west-northwest and reach Tamil Nadu’s northern coast by tomorrow morning, leading to heavy to very rainfall over parts of the southern state as well as neighboring Puducherry and Karaikal.

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WATCH: Man tries to approach PM Modi at rally in Karnataka’s Davangere, detained

Reports said the man in question was hiding inside the premises of GMIT college and was detained by SPG.



PM Modi security breach

A man tried to approach PM Narendra Modi by jumping the barricade during an election road show in Karnataka’s Davangere on Saturday.

The video of the incident was caught on camera. The man hails from the Koppal district and is being interrogated by the police. Reports said senior police officer Alok Kumar ran towards him and stopped him from intruding into the convoy.

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Reports further said the man in question was hiding inside the premises of GMIT college and the Special Protection Group detained the person and handed him over to the police.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today carried out a mega roadshow in Karnataka’s Davangere ahead of the Assembly Polls. Modi also inaugurated the Whitefield to Krishnarajapura metro line along with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in Bengaluru.

This is the second time when the Prime Minister’s security got compromised during a rally in the poll-bound state. A similar incident took place in January when PM Modi was rallying in Karnataka’s Hubballi. A boy had jumped on the road and was whisked away by the SPG.

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Odisha students fail to appear for annual exam as primary school found locked

Reports said the incident took place in the Koraput district of the state at Turli primary school under Narayanpatna block on Friday.



Odisha primary school

More than 30 class 1 to 5 students of a primary school in Odisha failed to write their annual exams as the school premise was found locked.

Reports said the incident took place in the Koraput district of the state at Turli primary school under Narayanpatna block on Friday. The school time is 7 am to 9:30 am and the students waited for almost two hours.

Block Education Officer Raghunath Pangi promised strict action against the teachers of the primary school and also launched an investigation into the matter. The primary school is located about 120 kilometers from the district headquarters town. According to the villagers, the school remains mostly locked as teachers do not come.

Reports further said academic activities are also not conducted in the school anymore and as a result most of the students cannot even write their named in Odia. Over 30 students are admitted in the school which has two teachers including a principal.

The villagers reached out to the authorities over the matter, however, no action was taken or implemented.

Meanwhile, a 7-year-old was found dead inside the hostel of a residential school in Bihar’s Saharsa district.

The victim has been identified Aditya Yadav who was brutally beaten up by the teacher with a wooden school for not completing his homework, reports said.

Yadav was a student of KG class and his body was found in a swollen state by his friend. Reports further stated that the accused, Sujeet Kumar asked the students to leave the victim’s body at a hospital and subsequently informed his parents that Yadav fainted in the school.

Upon reaching the hospital, Yadav was declared dead by the hospital.

The accused is absconding as the victim’s father filed a police case against him. Speaking to the local media, he informed that Yadav was taken to a local doctor who referred him to a Saharsa hospital. The boy then scumbed to his injuries during the treatment.

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Video of men attacking Muslim jaggery vendor with sticks, stones in Uttar Pradesh goes viral, police nab accused | WATCH

After the video went viral, the authorities tweeted that Nandgram police nabbed 6 accused in the matter. According to the Police’s statements, the incident transpired on the morning of March 24. The police also added and said that the accused are local vendors of the area. The victim has also been identified as Danish.



A video has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad where a group of men can be charging at a Muslim man with sticks and bricks. It was reported that a jaggery vendor in the area was attacked by a group of men, following which police rushed to the incident and filed a complaint.

In the video, 3 men with sticks and bricks can be seen charging at the vendor as he tries to flee. However, failing to do so, the jaggery vendor gets ruthlessly beaten up by the group of men.

The video also shows the jaggery vendor imploring and screeching after being struck by the sticks. The man, after struggling, can be seen fleeing away from the grips of the men assaulting him. The men can also be seen chasing after him as the man runs from the group of men.

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Police’s action

After the video went viral, the authorities tweeted that Nandgram police nabbed 6 accused in the matter. According to the Police’s statements, the incident transpired on the morning of March 24. The police also added and said that the accused are local vendors of the area. The victim has also been identified as Danish.

The accused have been identified as Ashutosh, Ashish Kaushik, Pravesh Kaushik, Anupam Kaushik, Sonu, and Titu who are residents of the same area. The police are probing the case further, said reports.

Twitter reactions

After the video of the incident went viral, many users came forward to add their take on the incident. One user wrote termed the incident as shameful. The user also praised the Police authorities for putting the accused behind bars for their gooney actions.

One user also wrote and urged the administration to bulldoze the property of the accused in the matter as a way to reprimand them.

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