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Big Stories Today: Aryan Khan yet to get bail, Sonia Gandhi wants discipline in Congress

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The Bombay High Court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing of Aryan Khan’s bail application for Wednesday.

Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi represented Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, in his bail plea before Bombay High Court in the cruise ship drug case on Tuesday. 

Aryan is seeking bail from the High Court after both Magistrate and Sessions Court had rejected his plea.

WHO reviews data on Covaxin, may get recommendation in 24 hours, says WHO official

World Health Organization technical advisory group has been reviewing data on Covaxin shot against Covid-19 with a decision on its emergency use listing likely soon, a WHO spokesperson said.

WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris told journalists that if all is in place and all goes well and if the committee is satisfied, we would expect a recommendation within the next 24 hours or so. 

CBI arrests Navy officers in submarine information leak case, Navy orders probe

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested three Indian Navy officials, including a serving Commander-rank officer in connection with the leakage of confidential information related to the modernisation of a Kilo-class submarine going.

The CBI launched the operation after getting tip-offs from the intelligence agencies who were monitoring the activities of the serving and retired officers for some time.

Mamata Banerjee says Bengal doesn’t need extra BSF jurisdiction, border areas peaceful

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said that security forces cannot intentionally harass citizens in the name of security. 

She said that she has already written a letter to the Centre opposing the BSF jurisdiction issue. She said the border areas are completely peaceful and we don’t need their involvement.

Supreme Court verdict tomorrow on pleas seeking judicial probe into Pegasus spyware case

The Supreme Court will pronounce its judgement on Wednesday on pleas seeking a judicial probe into the alleged Pegasus snooping by Centre. The matter has been listed for 10:30 AM before the SC bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, Justice Surya Kant and Justice Hima Kohli. The court is hearing as many as 12 pleas, including the one filed by the Editors Guild of India, seeking an independent probe into the matter.

Punjab government to move Supreme Court over Centre’s decision to expand BSF jurisdiction in state

Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi on Tuesday announced that the state govt will approach the SC against the Centre’s recent move to expand jurisdiction of the BSF from 15 km to 50 km from the international border in Punjab.
As per the notification, the BSF will now have the power to arrest, search, and seizure to the extent of 50 km inside three new states – West Bengal, Punjab, and Assam – sharing international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh.

NCB claims attempts to derail investigation in Bombay HC in Aryan Khan case

Opposing Aryan khan’s bail in the Bombay High Court today, the NCB has alleged that attempts are being made to tamper with evidence and influence witness.

Aryan Khan has been denied bail twice, both by a Mumbai magistrate court and special anti-drugs court, ever since his arrest on October 3 in connection with a drugs raid on a Mumbai cruise ship party by Narcotics Control Bureau officers in disguise.

He has been in Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail since October 8.

Supreme Court directs Uttar Pradesh govt to provide security to witnesses in Lakhimpur Kheri violence

The Supreme Court on Tuesday during the hearing in Lakhimpur kheri violence case directed the Uttar Pradesh government to grant protection to the witnesses of the violence where eight people lost their lives during a farmers’ protest.

A bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana asked the Uttar Pradesh government to record the statements of other relevant witnesses before judicial magistrates under Section 164 of the CrPC.

Congress president Sonia Gandhi urges party leaders to maintain discipline, unity in party

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has called for the paramount need for discipline and unity in the party in order to fight the BJP and RSS. 

In an address to the party leaders, speaking to Congress general secretaries and state presidents, she has called for the paramount need for discipline and unity in the party in order to fight the BJP and RSS.

She said that need is to fight the diabolical campaign of BJP/RSS ideologically.

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SC asks UP government to file reply on killing of journalist in Lakhimpur Kheri violence

In the latest development in Lakhimpur Kheri violence, Supreme Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to file a reply on the investigation of the killing of a journalist Raman Kashyap and Shyam Sundar. Moreover, SC has also asked forensic labs to expedite the process of submitting reports relating to videos of the incident.

The wife of Shyam Sundar said that her husband was killed and she wants justice. The killers are roaming free and are threatening her. The top court’s bench has demanded a separate reply from the government for Shyam Sundar and journalist’s death in Lakhimpur Kheri.

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Lawrence Bishnoi’s brother claims credit for firing incident outside Salman Khan’s house



Anmol Bishnoi, the brother of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, is said to have accepted responsibility for shooting outside Salman Khan’s house on Sunday. Anmol, who is apparently hiding in the US and is wanted in India, allegedly posted on social media, calling the actor’s firing only a trailer and delivering a warning.

In his alleged facebook post, Anmol said, peace is what they seek. If the only decision against oppression is war, then so be it. He further said giving warning to Salman Khan that they have only shown you a trailer so that the actor can understand the magnitude of their strength and do not test it.

He continued saying, this is the first and last warning. After this, shots will not be fired outside the house only. He said that he h as kept two dogs whom he had named after named after Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel. He claimed that Salman Khan considers them as his Gods. Concluding the post Anmol said, he dosen’t have the habit of talking much.

This incident occurred when two unidentified guys riding bikes fired four rounds of gunshots outside Salman Khan’s Bandra residence in Mumbai early on Sunday morning. The incident occurred at roughly 4.51 am outside of Galaxy Apartments. However, no one was injured in the incident.

However, Salman Khan’s father, Salim Khan responded to the incident and said, that everything is gin and no one is injured.

As per the early investigation the bullets were fount in the balcony of Salman Khan’s house.

Meanwhile, the actor’s security has been stepped up and the police are closely monitoring the situation. The crime branch, local police and forensic teams visited the spot for further probe and recovered shells of bullets fired outside Khan’s house.

In addition, Salman Khan has been granted permission to carry a personal firearm for protection.

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Gunshots fired outside Salman Khan’s Galaxy Apartment in Bandra, Mumbai Police investigates

A firing incident took place outside Salman Khan’s home in Bandra today, and investigation is currently underway.



Early in the morning, gunshots were heard outside Salman Khan’s Bandra house. An unidentified person fired a gun into the air while riding a bike about five in the morning. Police are currently looking into the matter and conducting searches.

It has been reported that two men fired bullets outside Salman’s Galaxy Aparetment at around 5:00 am. A gunshot fire was found close to the air conditioner mounted on the wall beside it. An investigation has been launched by Mumbai Police to identify the gunman. The forensic team and the crime branch also arrived at the location.

However, there are currently no reports of injuries. The security around Salman Khan’s home has been inxcreased, according to the police. On the other side, the Bandra Police Station has received an official complaint (FIR) against unidentified attackers. DCP has also arrived at the location. Images of the two suspects who opened fire at Salman’s house on the bike appeared. In the images, the two accussed can be seen wearing helmets to prevent identification. Salman’s home has CCTV installed, and the image was taken using it.

This is not the first time that Salman Khan has been attacked or threatened. Several people have threatened to kill him. Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi had planned ahead of time to use his goons to attack the Bollywood actor. The man who was given the idea to kill Salman Khan is none other than Naresh Shetty, the mentor of mobster Kala Jathedi and the most important person in Bishnoi’s gang.

In addition, mobster Sampat Nehra had set up camp in Mumbai for a few days in order to attack Salman Khan. Not only that, but after escaping, infamous mobster Kala Jathedi also made Mumbai his home. At one point or another, all of these mob figures resided in Mumbai’s Vaasi area.

Meanwhile, on the occasion of Eid, Salman Khan frequently waves to his followers from the balcony of his first-floor Galaxy Apartment.

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Lok Sabha elections 2024: BJP releases manifesto Sankalp Patra in presence of PM Modi, focuses on women, poor and youth

The BJP released its manifesto or Sankalp Patra, with tagline Modi ki Guarantee, for the Lok Sabha election 2024



At the party headquarters in New Delhi on Sunday, April 14, the Bharatiya Janata Party unveiled their manifesto, or Sankalp Patra, for the Lok Sabha election of 2024, with the slogan Modi ki Guarantee. The manifesto was presented in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party president JP Nadda, and other senior leaders.

The day marks on the anniversary of the birth of BR Ambedkar, a notable Dalit leader who drafted the Indian Constitution. A 27-member committee to draft the party’s manifesto, led by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, was constituted by the BJP and convened twice to discuss its contents. Ahead of this, the party conducted several campaigns on social media and sent out vans across the nation to get recommendations from the public.

The four pillars of Viksit Bharat—women power, youth power, farmers, and the poor—are the core of the manifesto, according to the prime minister. The PM said that the manifesto emphasizes both the quantity and quality of opportunities, as well as the dignity of life and quality of life.

According to the PM, the government will prioritize installing piped gas in every home and provide free solar-powered electricity.

A five-year extension of the Centre’s free ration system was promised in the manifesto. To stabilize prices and safeguard the plates of the impoverished, the government said it will concentrate on achieving self-sufficiency in the production of vegetables, edible oils, and pulses. It stated that every home will have access to drinking water and that the Ayushman Bharat scheme and the PMAwas Yojana would be increased.

As per the BJP manifesto, farmers would still receive Rs 6,000 in annual support, and the crop insurance program will be strengthened with the use of technology. According to the manifesto, the government will keep raising the minimum support price for crops on a regular basis, establish new clusters for the production of necessities, and construct more storage facilities.

JP Nadda, speaking to the media, outlined the accomplishments of the BJP government during its ten years in office. He restated that the central campaign slogan of the BJP, Modi ki guarantee, is a guarantee that all guarantees will be fulfilled.

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