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Madhushala mein Gaushala: Uma Bharati threatens to convert liquor stores into cow shelters in Madhya Pradesh

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Uma Bharati, Tuesday, announced a programme to convert liquor stores into cow shelters, “Madhushala Me Gaushala”, as she claimed that crimes against women in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh are the result of liquor consumption.

The BJP leader has put forward the demand for a “controlled” liquor policy in the state and pushed for converting liquor outlets who are in violation of rules, into cow shelters.

The former Madhya Pradesh Chief minister had on January 29 reached a temple near a liquor store in Ayodhya Nagar trisection of the state capital and announced she will stay there till January 31, awaiting announcement of a new liquor policy by the government.

Bharati ended her four-day stay at the temple on Tuesday as the state government has delayed its liquor policy announcement.

Uma Bharati told the media that she had located an illegal liquor store near the Ram Raja Sarkar temple at Orchha in Niwari district and she will start converting these illegal liquor stores into cow stores.

Bharati said she has asked people to round up 11 cows to up inside the allegedly illegal liquor shop she found in Orchha. The former Union Minister dared anyone to try and stop her, saying that the cows will be fed and taken care of at the liquor store.

In an apparent jibe at her own party, Bharati lamented that a liquor shop has been allowed to operated near a venerated temple even though governments are being formed in Lord Ram’s name.

Bharati claimed that according to a report Madhya Pradesh was leading in crime against women which is directly linked to increased liquor consumption in the BJP-ruled state.

Bharati, however, showered praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that the BJP was only winning in polls due to his “magic.”

She maintained that forming a government is not an achievement rather developing a healthy society that ensures protection of women and the future of children should be the goal of any democratic regime.

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The veteran BJP leader accused some of her own party members of trolling her campaign against liquor consumption and linking it to her political ambitions.

Bharati said she has held the post of CM, served as a union minister and now only the position of Prime Minister remains, but only a select few can occupy that top office. She alleged a section of the BJP is spreading lies about her having aspirations of becoming the Prime Minister.

Bharati also threatened that she will start now revealing what the ministers, MPs and MLAs talk to her during as such people are continuously meeting her.

She revealed that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has agreed to her suggestions and promised to introduce a controlled liquor policy in the state.

Addressing a gathering earlier, Bharati said that women in the state wanted a controlled liquor policy not schemes like the recently launched Ladli Bahina Yojana (for women from financially weaker section).

Bharati said women roam freely at night in Gujarat like “lioness of Gir” and eat ‘bhelpuri’ at midnight because prohibition is in force in the adjoining state.

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Padma Awards 2023: From Raveena Tandon to Suman Kalyanpur to Mulayam Singh Yadav, check full list here

This year, President Droupadi Murmu will honour 106 Padma Award recipients out of which 9 are Padma Bhushan awardees, 6 are Padma Vibhushan, and 91 are Padma Shri.

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Padma Awards 2023 is being conferred at a Civil Investiture Ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan today. This year, President Droupadi Murmu will honour 106 Padma Award recipients out of which 9 are Padma Bhushan awardees, 6 are Padma Vibhushan, and 91 are Padma Shri.

Out of 106, seven are posthumous awardees and nine of the awardees are women.

Padma Awards 2023: Check the full list here

Padma Shri awardees

NameFieldState/Country
Dr. Sukama AcharyaOthers- SpiritualismHaryana
2. Ms. Jodhaiyabai BaigaArtMadhya Pradesh
3. Shri Premjit BariaArtDadra and Nagar Haveli 
4. Ms Usha BarleArtChhatisgarh
5. Shri Munishwar ChanddawarMedicineMadhya Pradesh
6. Shri Hemant ChauhanArtGujarat
7. Shri Bhanubhai ChitaraArtGujarat
8. Ms Hemoprova ChutiaArtAssam
9. Shri Narendra Chandra DebbarmaPublic AffairsTripura
10. Ms Subhadra DeviArtBihar
11. Shri Khadar Valli DudekulaScience & EngineeringKarnataka
12. Shri Hem Chandra GoswamiArtAssam
13. Ms. Pritikana GoswamiArtWest Bengal
14. Shri Radha Charan GuptaLiterature & EducationUttar Pradesh
15. Shri Modadugu Vijay GuptaScience & EngineeringTelangana
16. Shri Ahmed Hussain & Shri Mohd HussainArtRajasthan
17. Shri Dilshad HussainArtUttar Pradesh
18. Shri Bhiku Ramji IdateSocial WorkMaharashtra
19. Shri C I IssacLiterature & EducationKerala
20. Shri Rattan Singh JaggiLiterature & EducationPunjab
21. Shri Bikram Bahadur JamatiaSocial WorkTripura
22. Shri Ramkuiwangbe JeneSocial WorkAssam
23. Shri Rakesh Radheshyam Jhunjhunwala (Posthumous)Trade & IndustryMaharashtra
24. Shri Mahipat KaviArtGujarat
25. Shri Ratan Chandra KarMedicineAndaman & Nicobar Islands
26. Shri Mahipat KaviArtGujarat
27. Shri M M KeeravaaniArtAndhra Pradesh
28. Shri Areez Khambatta (Posthumous)Trade & IndustryGujarat
29. Shri Parshuram Komaji KhuneArtMaharashtra
30. Shri Ganesh Nagappa KrishnarajanagaraScience & EngineeringAndhra Pradesh
31. Shri Maguni Charan KuanrArtOdisha
32. Shri Anand KumarLiterature & EducationBihar
33. Shri Arvind KumarScience & EngineeringUttar Pradesh
34. Shri Domar Singh KunvarArtChhatisgarh
35. Shri Risingbor Kurkaland ArtMeghalaya
36. Ms Hirabai LobiSocial WorkGujarat
37. Shri Moolchand Lodha Social WorkRajasthan
38. MS Rani MachaiahArtKarnataka
39. Shri Ajay Kumar MandaviArtChhatisgarh
40. Shri Prabhakar Bhanudas MandeLiteratureMaharashtra
41. Shri Gajanan Jagannath ManeSocial WorkMaharashtra
42. Shri Antaryami MishraLiterature & EducationOdisha
43. Shri Nadoja Pindipapanahalli MunivenkatappaArtKarnataka
44. Prof(Dr.) Mahendra PalScience & EngineeringGujarat
45. Shri Uma Shankar PandeyScience & EngineeringGujarat
46. Shri Ramesh Parmar & Ms. Shanti ParmarArtMadhya Pradesh
47. Dr. Nalini Parthasarathi MedicinePuducherry
48. Shri Hanumantha Rao PasupuletiMedicineTelangana
49. Shri Ramesh PatangeLiterature & EducationMaharashtra
50. Ms Krishna PatelArtOdisha
51. Shri K Kalyanasundaram PillaiArtTamil Nadu
52. Shri V P Appukuttan PoduvalSocial WorkKerala
53. Shri Kapil Dev PrasadArtBihar
54. Shri S R D Prasad SportsKerala
55. Shri Shah Rasheed Ahmed QuadriArtKarnataka
56. Shri C V RajuArt Andhra Pradesh
57. Shri Bakshi RamScience & EngineeringHaryana
58. Shri Cheruvayal K RamanOthers Kerala
59. Ms Sujatha RamdoraiScience & EngineeringCanada
60. Shri Pareshbhai RathwaArtGujarat
61. Shri B Ramakrishna ReddyLiterature & EducationTelangana
62. Shri Mangala Kanti RoyArtWest Bengal
63. Ms K C RunremsangiArtMizoram
64. Shri Vadivel Gopal & Shri MasiSocial WorkTamil Nadu
65. Shri Manoranjan SahuMedicineUP
66. Shri Patayat SahuOthersOdisha
67. Shri Ritwik SanyalArtUP
68. Shri Kota S SArtAndhra Pradesh
69. Shri Sankurathri Chandra SekharSocial WorkAndhra Pradesh
70. Shri K Shanathoiba SharmaSportsManipur
71. Shri Nekram SharmaOthersHimachal Pradesh
72. Shri Gurcharan Singh SportsDelhi
73. Shri Laxman Singh Social WorkRajasthan
74. Shri Mohan SinghLiteratureJ & K
75. Shri T C Singh Public AffairsManipur
76. Shri P C SoodLiteratureAndhra Pradesh
77. Ms Neihunuo SorhieArtNagaland
78. Janum Singh SoyLiteratureJharkhand
79. Shri Kushok Thiksey Nawang Chamba StanzinOthersLadakh
80. Shri S SubramanOthersKarnataka
81. Shri Moa Subong ArtNagaland
82. Shri P K SundaramSocial WorkTamil Nadu
83. Ms Raveena Ravi TandonArtMaharashtra
84. Shri V P TiwariLiteratureUP
85. Shri Dhaniram TotoLiteratureWB
86. Shri T R Upreti OthersSikkim
87. Dr Gopalsamy VeluchamyMedicineTamil Nadu
88. Dr Ishwar Chander Verma MedicineDelhi
89. Ms Coomi Nariman WadiaArtMaharashtra
90. Shri Karma Wangchu (Posthumous)Social WorkArunachal Pradesh
91. Shri G M ZazArtJammu & Kashmir

Padma Bhushan awardees

NameFieldState/Country
1. Shri S L BhyrappaLiterature & EducationKarnataka
2. Shri Kumar Mangalam BirlaTrade & IndustryMaharashtra
3. Shri Deepak DharScience & EngineeringMaharashtra
4. Ms Vani JairamArtTamil Nadu
5. Swami Chinna JeeyarOthers-SpiritualismTelangana
6. Ms Suman KalyanpurArtMaharashtra
7. Shri Kapil KapoorLiterature & EducationDelhi
8. Ms Sudha MurtySocial WorkKarnataka
9. Shri Kamlesh D PatelOthers- Spiritualism

Padma Vibhushan awardees

NameFieldState/Country
1. Shri Balkrishna Doshi (Posthumous)OthersGujarat
2. Shri Dilip Mahalanabis (Posthumous)MedicineWest Bengal
3. Mulayam Singh Yadav(Posthumous)Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
4. Shri Zakir HussainArtMaharashtra
5. Shri S M KrishnaPublic AffairsKarnataka
6. Shri Srinivas VaradhanScience & EngineeringUSA
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Quake felt in Delhi again, tremors of magnitude 2.7 jolts the national capital

The quake on Wednesday comes after another earthquake that jolted parts of India on Tuesday night. As per the reports, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake shook up parts of Northern India. It was also reported that at least 11 people died and over 160 others were injured in neighboring Pakistan.

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Another earthquake shook up the national capital on Wednesday after parts of India witnessed a 6.6 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday night. As per the reports, the quake was of 2.7 magnitudes and took place 5 km below the national capital.

The National Center for Seismology also tweeted informing the same as they wrote that an earthquake of Magnitude 2.7 occurred on 22 March at 4:42 pm. The latitude was 28.66 and the Long was 77.03. The depth of the tremor was 5 Km. The epicenter of the quake is reported to be west Delhi.

The quake on Wednesday comes after another earthquake that jolted parts of India on Tuesday night. As per the reports, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake shook up parts of Northern India. It was also reported that at least 11 people died and over 160 others were injured in neighboring Pakistan.

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A statement by the international Seismological Center reported that apart from Pakistan, tremors were also felt in India, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, China, and Kyrgyzstan.

The quake jolted several parts of India at around 10:17 pm on Tuesday night. As per the reports, the tremors were felt across Northern India including Delhi-NCR, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Uttar Pradesh. The epicenter of the earthquake that hit northern parts of India and various other countries was Afghanistan.

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7 dead as massive blaze engulfs firecracker unit in Tamil Nadu’s Kanchipuram

A massive fire engulfed a firecracker unit in Tamil Nadu’s Kanchipuram district on Wednesday leaving at least seven people dead while 15 others received severe burn injuries, reports said.

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A massive fire engulfed a firecracker unit in Tamil Nadu’s Kanchipuram district on Wednesday leaving at least seven people dead while 15 others received severe burn injuries, reports said.

As per reports, an enormous blaze consumed a firecracker making unit at Vazhathottam, 10 kilometers from Kanchipuram, killing at least seven people and leaving fifteen others wounded.

A report quoted Tamil Nadu Fire and Rescue Services DGP, Abhash Kumar as saying that the building collapsed due to the gigantic inferno and many people are still feared trapped inside. The officer said that a joint rescue operation was launched by the firemen, the Kanchipuram district police along with Rescue Services personnel and local residents to pull out survivors from the torched building.

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DGP Kumar said the firecracker unit had a valid license and that an investigation has been launched to ascertain the exact cause of the fire.

Local reports said that the injured, who suffered burn injuries, have been rushed nearby hospital for medical attention.

More details are awaited.

In a similar incident, ten people, including three children, were injured after a fire erupted at a seven-storey residential building in Mumbai’s Mulund West last week. The incident happened at around 2:55 pm at the Jagruti Society in Vithhal Nagar.

Rescue services and firemen successfully had rescued 80 people trapped in the burning building.

Officials at the time had said that the fire out in the electric meter room on the ground floor of the building and the smoke from the meter room spread to all its seven floors.

Fire brigade chief Sanjay Manjrekar said it was not a major fire but the smoke had spread to all the floors. He had said that people got scared of the smoke, came running and got trapped.

The official said that the fire was confined to electric wiring, electric installation, electric main cables, all meters, all switches, etc. in a common electric meter cabin on the ground floor plus the upper seven floored residential building.

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