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Sthree Sakthi SS-300 Kerala lottery result for February 15 announced: First prize winner gets Rs 75 lakh | Check winners list here

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Sthree Sakthi SS-300 lottery ticket today. The next Sthree Sakthi Draw will be held on February 22.

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Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Sthree Sakthi SS-300 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 fetch Rs 75 lakh while the second and third prize winner will get Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5,000 respectively.

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

The winner of the first prize (Rs 75 lakh) is SV 213855

The winner of the second prize (Rs 1 lakh) is SX 214223

The winners of the third prize (Rs 5,000) are 0471 0998 1008 1554 2229 2281 2982 3033 3813 4191 4803 5558 6020 6265 7164 7187 8977 9459

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are SN 213855 SO 213855 SP 213855 SR 213855 SS 213855 ST 213855 SU 213855 SW 213855 SX 213855 SY 213855 SZ 213855

The winners of fourth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0797 0960 1364 2854 3398 3973 6075 6079 6331 6716

The winners of fifth prize (Rs 1,000) are 1390 1499 1764 1794 2871 3013 3059 3248 4136 4178 5190 5380 5518 6050 6754 7814 7953 8455 8830 9429

The winners of sixth prize (Rs 500) are 0073 0127 0947 1112 1119 1131 1198 1212 1421 1498 1528 2022 2296 2549 2643 2654 2671 2792 2850 3040 3136 3185 3560 3657 3804 3904 4365 4606 4706 4991 5078 5161 5204 5377 6329 6402 6459 6722 6995 7652 7887 8302 8436 8439 8453 8669 8774 8841 8877 9118 9174 9963

The winners of seventh prize (Rs 200) are 0243 0258 0504 1050 1129 1635 1698 2530 2945 3249 3259 3626 3907 4321 4413 4510 5123 5129 5257 5523 5552 5831 5867 6209 6451 6527 6904 6999 7327 7662 7895 8317 8382 8452 8654 8761 8950 8979 9017 9133 9328 9368 9553 9805 9894

The winners of eighth prize (Rs 100) are 8993 5045 1109 4920 2640 1400 8080 1938 8183 1673 3766 9846 7806 9896 4133 8423 5766 1653 0647 0693 6991 3698 5416 8971 1712 4943 7727 3142 9942 4714 1829 8629 5893 8470 1815 6416 9361 4474 3681 4791 0149 6368 7245 4908 5371 3777 2559 8874 6057 1434 8892 6886 0429 4925 3638 6976 8812 4196 3913 1251 5675 1908 7911 2345 5343 2216 4484 1761 8412 3480 3716 1963 6313 8893 0409 6925 7243 6734 9823 3824 1798 4441 9885 8011 1702 4506 3645 1366 0923 2638 3909 7752 5385 6956 4118 2785 5627 5656 6526 6951 1391 1871 6719 7404 3751 6291 0587 7996 5291 7184 0273 2703 1896 7816 5152 2599 2666 6782 9800 961 0064 7634 7852 9832 0226 4313

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.

Kerala Sthree Sakthi Lottery

Sthree Sakthi lottery ticket has 9 prizes including a consolation prize. The first prize winner receives Rs 75 lakh and the second and third prizes get Rs 10 lakh and Rs 5,000 respectively. The 10 percent of the first to third prizes will be deducted and the amount will be given to the agents (who sell the winning tickets) by the lottery agency. In the case of 3rd to 8th and the consolation prizes, 10 percent of the prize amount (agent’s commission) will be given from the fund allotted by the government.

Next Sthree Sakthi Kerala Lottery

The next Sthree Sakthi Draw will be held on February 22, 2022, at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction, in the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

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Honour killing: Maharashtra woman strangled to death, body torched by family over love affair

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A young woman was reportedly murdered by her own family, who then burned her body to a crisp in a bid to destroy evidence in Nanded district of Maharashtra.

Reports said the 22-year-old victim, who has not been named, was strangled to death with a rope by her own brother and father along with three other male relatives on January 22 in in Pimpri Mahipal village under Limbgaon police station.

Police officials said the accused then torched her corpse and dumped the remains in a stream to destroy any evidence.

The victim, a third-year medical student of Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, was engaged to be married by a man of her family’s choosing. However, she was in love with another man from her village and informed of the same to her betrothed, who then called off the wedding.

The irate family members who were upset after the wedding was called off, took her to a farm on the night of January 22, where they murdered her and torched her body to destroy evidence, police said.

The five accused which includes the victim’s father, brother, uncle and cousins have been arrested under section 302 (murder) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code.

In a similar incident, a man in Uttar Pradesh’s Hussainganj was arrested for allegedly murdering his 3-year-old boy and then burying the body in a nearby farm.

Police said the accused, identified as Chandra Kishore Lodhi, a resident of Chitisapur village under Hussainganj police station, killed his son with a spade after an argument with his wife.

Lodhi, the police said, had an argument with his wife Wednesday night and then in a fit of rage, attacked his toddler son, Raj, with a spade, instantly killing him. The accused then took the child’s body and buried it in a nearby farm during the night.

Lodhi’s wife informed the local police of the crime on Thursday, a police team recovered the toddler’s body and arrested the accused.

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Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra called off over security lapse in Kashmir, Congress alleges sudden withdrawal of security

Rahul Gandhi was joined by former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah while on his way to the valley.

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Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra was called off owing to lapse in security while the Yatra was enroute to Kashmir Valley on Friday. The Congress has alleged that the security forces suddenly withdrew upon learning about the crowd waiting on the route.

It reported that Rahul Gandhi had begun his Bharat Jodo Yatra as per the schedule and was anticipated to cover 11 km in the Kashmir Valley, however, after the security forces inconsistencies, the Wayanad MP had to halt the Yatra after a kilometre.

It was reported when the former Congress president led the Yatra into the Kilometre, a large crowd was waiting for them and the security forces suddenly pulled back. The Congress party has also alleged the Jammu and Kashmir administration of mismanagement to keep the crowd in check during the Yatra.

The incident took place near Banihal Tunnel enroute to Srinagar and after learning about the situation of the crowd, Rahul Gandhi had to wait for 30 minutes before a security vehicle could escort the Congress MP out of the heavily thronged place.

After the escort of Rahul Gandhi, the Yatra was cancelled for the day. Rahul Gandhi was joined by former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah while on his way to the valley.

Congress Leader KC Venugopal, while talking about the incident to the media, alleged that the police forces pulled back after the Yatra crossed Banihal Tunnel. He also said that there was a lack of police force to secure Rahul Gandhi and Omar Abdullah while the situation ensued.

Venugopal also said that Rahul Gandhi was walking without security and added that the Congress Party is very troubled by the security aspect for Rahul Gandhi and the Yatra.

Bharat Jodo Yatra was supposed to enter the Kashmir Valley on Friday before finishing off the Yatra in Srinagar’s Congress Party’s office where Rahul Gandhi was to hoist the national flag.

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Rajasthan: Men steal 2 ATMs with Rs 38 lakh cash in Ajmer, video viral | WATCH

The police are currently investigating the matter and are looking at the CCTV footage to identify and capture the accused.

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Rajasthan: Men steal 2 ATMs with Rs 38 lakh cash in Ajmer, video viral | WATCH

A video of two unidentified men uprooting and looting an ATM machine in Rajasthan’s Ajmer is being surfaced on social media. The robbery took place in the Roopangarh district of Ajmer on January 26 at around 1:30 am.

According to the reports, the two masked men reached the ATM machine of the Bank of Baroda located in the Sursura area of Roopangarh police station. The robbers then uprooted the ATM machine and stole Rs 8 lakhs from it.

The police are currently investigating the matter and are looking at the CCTV footage to identify and capture the accused.

Two days ago, a similar incident took place in Ajmer’s Arain district, where the masked men uprooted and looted the State Bank of India’s ATM machine full of Rs 30 lakh in cash located at the Power House intersection. Vaibhav Sharma, Additional SP, Rural, said the robbery method in both cases was identical, so it could be the same gang.

Both incidents took place during the night. However, no one has been arrested in connection with both cases of loot so far. The police have launched an operation to identify and nab the culprits.

Earlier this month, a similar incident happened in Odisha’s Nilagiri where 5 to 6 masked men looted over Rs 3.5 lakh from an ATM and customer service point of State Bank of India (SBI) in Balasore district at around 1 pm.

The incident happened when the SBI kiosk owner was loading the cash into the ATM when robbers entered by lifting the shutter. He said later, they held him hostage, beat him, and looted the cash by breaking into the ATM. Then the miscreants came inside the counter and took away the cash, he added.

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