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Win Win W-654 Kerala lottery result announced: First winner grabs Rs 75 lakh, check the full list of winners for February 7

Kerala State Lotteries is a lottery conducted by the Kerala government. It is the first of its kind in India. It was founded in 1967 under the lottery department of the Kerala government.



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On Monday, February 7, the Kerala state lottery department announced the results for Win-Win W-654. The lucky draw is being held at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction in Thiruvananthapuram. The draw is overseen by a panel of independent judges. The winner of the first prize will receive Rs 75 lakh, while the winner of the second prize will receive Rs 5 lakh. The third-place winners would receive Rs 1 lakh.

The result is available on the official website of the lottery department at keralalotteries.com.

The winner of the first prize (Rs 75 lakh) is WK 221057

The winner of the second prize (Rs 5 lakh) is WK 620769

The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are WA 100717 WB 317643 WC 321512 WD 987850 WE 898285 WF 188581 WG 646573 WH 915550 WJ 490274 WK 127876 WL 896413 WM 248848

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are WA 221057 WB 221057 WC 221057 WD 221057 WE 221057 WF 221057 WG 221057 WH 221057 WJ 221057 WL 221057 WM 221057

For the tickets ending with the following numbers.

The winners of fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 0077 0158 0770 0794 0919 1054 1427 1479 2789 3334 4479 4920 6043 6278 7241 7562 8474 9022

The winners of fifth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0073 1528 2346 2641 4522 4985 5599 8425 8807 8958

The winners of sixth prize (Rs 1,000) are 1290 1759 1787 2664 2928 3421 4035 5793 6308 7226 8973 9362 9372 9626

The winners of seventh prize (Rs 500) are 0422 0435 0555 0893 0985 1056 1151 1202 1300 1437 1523 1550 1848 1853 2112 2371 2436 2463 2498 2514 2628 2794 2918 3008 3081 3219 3432 3526 3744 3755 3898 4072 4255 4308 4344 4372 4521 4774 4975 5000 5034 5209 5414 5485 5490 5551 5601 5728 5871 5877 5952 6005 6084 6347 6607 6861 7045 7170 7195 7260 7269 7396 7408 7602 7901 7937 8265 8343 8475 8545 8670 8976 9108 9374 9420 9446 9530 9568 9591 9757 9838 9860

The winners of eighth prize (Rs 100) are 0183 0206 0308 0400 0409 0508 0792 0793 0801 0823 0852 0926 0949 1122 1152 1169 1234 1285 1370 1397 1425 1572 1686 1755 1882 1901 1958 1973 2013 2030 2047 2109 2136 2403 2461 2674 2691 2760 2852 2893 2896 2993 3023 3076 3211 3441 3443 3543 3725 3801 3848 4073 4075 4191 4231 4292 4984 5104 5201 5274 5424 5626 5668 5746 5782 5796 5805 5906 5922 5934 5942 5964 6033 6081 6141 6435 6448 6529 6532 6575 6591 6637 6788 6961 7075 7340 7378 7400 7460 7468 7510 7525 7637 7813 7843 7869 7881 7919 7951 8161 8195 8213 8222 8419 8553 8566 8568 8577 8617 8638 8758 8776 8785 8948 8955 8956 9058 9335 9386 9600 9675 9681 9708 9719 9797 9806

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.

Next Win Win Lottery

The next Win Win Lottery will be held on February 14 at Gorky Bhavan, near Bakery Junction in Thiruvananthapuram. 

Kerala State Lotteries is a lottery conducted by the Kerala government. It is the first of its kind in India. It was founded in 1967 under the lottery department of the Kerala government.

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Congress holds nationwide Sankalp Satyagraha in support of Rahul Gandhi



Congress on Sunday staged a nationwide “Sankalp Satyagraha” in support of former party President Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification from the Lok Sabha following his conviction and two-year prison sentence by a court in Gujarat’s Surat city in a 2019 criminal defamation case.

In national capital Delhi, the Congress kicked off its day-long protest at Rajghat and despite the Delhi Police denying permission for the protest, Congress top brass including chief Mallikarjun Kharge, general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, senior leaders KC Venugopal, P Chidambaram and Salman Khurshid took part in the Satyagraha.

Senior Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, Mukul Wasnik, Pawan Kumar Bansal, Saktisinh Gohil, Jothimani, Pratibha Singh and Manish Chatrath were also present at the protest.

Several leaders of the party’s Delhi chapter also took part in the protest while a large number of party workers gathered outside the venue.

Addressing the protesters, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi said that the son of a martyr who walked thousands of kilometers for national unity, can never insult the country, referring to her brother Rahul Gandhi and her father Rajiv Gandhi, who was assassinated in 1991.

Priyanka also accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “insulting” Kashmiri Pandits by questioning why the Gandhi family doesn’t use the Nehru surname.

In Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress held a day-long ‘Sankalp Satyagraha’ in Srinagar with former Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) chief Ghulam Ahmad Mir accusing the PM Modi-led ruling BJP of taking “illegal and undemocratic” to hush the opposition.

Scores of Congress workers and leaders also staged protests in various Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Punjab, Haryana and Gujarat.

In Rajasthan, the party’s state unit chief Govind Singh Dotasra, minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas and several other leaders participated in the protest at the Collectorate Circle.

Dotasra said the protest is against the Centre’s suppression of the opposition’s voice.

The Punjab and Haryana units of Congress also held a day-long satyagraha against the former Wayanad MP’s disqualification.

Both units held separate events at the state headquarters as part of the protest programme in which many senior leaders participated.

Talking to newsmen, Punjab Congress chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring alleged that the action against Rahul Gandhi was taken because the BJP-led Centre was “scared” of his next speech in Parliament on the Adani issue.

In Gujarat, state Congress chief Jagdish Tahor, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Amit Chavda and party leader Bharatsinh Solanki, along with Congress workers were detained by the police as they attempted to stage a protest at Ahmedabad’s Lal Darwaza.

The protesters were taken to the police stadium where they continued to shout slogans against PM Modi and the BJP.

In Jharkhand, senior Congress leaders including Jharkhand ministers—Rameshwar Oraon and Banna Gupta— assembled at Bapu Vatika at Morabadi ground in Ranchi to lodge their protest, claiming that the PM Modi’s BJP regime at the Centre is scared of Gandhi’s “vociferous voice” on Adani issue.

Meanwhile, the BJP tore into Congress for the satyagraha protest, accusing the grand old party of protesting against the nation’s Constitution the court’s verdict against Rahul Gandhi to justify his remarks against the “entire backward community” of the country.

Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from the Lok Sabha on Friday, a day after a Surat court convicted him in a 2019 defamation case and sentenced him to a two-year jail term. The disqualification will prevent 52-year-old Gandhi, a four-time MP, from contesting elections for eight years unless a higher court stays the conviction.

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Justice Pritinker Diwaker appointed Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court

Justice Diwaker started his legal career and was enrolled as an advocate in 1984.



Justice Pritinker Diwaker

Justice Printiker Diwaker on Sunday was appointed the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court. Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel administered the oath of office to him at 11 am in the Chief Justice’s court.

The swearing-in-ceremony was attended by Chief Secretary Uttar Pradesh, Advocate General Ajay Mishra, Minister Suresh Khanna, Additional Advocate General MC Chaturvedi, Manish Goel, Neeraj Tripathi and other senior and junior lawyers.

The ceremony was also attended by the Justices of Allahabad and Lucknow benches and their family members and relatives of the Chief Justice and working judges of Madhya Pradesh.

Justice Diwaker started his legal career and was enrolled as an advocate in 1984. He was designated as Senior Advocate in 2005 after practising law in the Chhattisgarh High Court. Later, he also joined the Madhya Pradesh State Bar Council and became a member for seven years and a member of the Chhattisgarh State Bar Council for five years.

He was appointed as a judge of the Chhattisgarh High Court on March 31, 2009. In October 2018, he was transferred to the Allahabad High Court.

Justice Diwaker graduated from Jabalpur’s Durgawati University and dealt with criminal, civil, and constitutional matters during his legal career. He also worked as standing counsel for SBI, SAIL, Chhattisgarh Gramin Bank, Bank of Baroda, and others.

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UP man arrested for killing 16-year-old Jammu girl he eloped with: Police



A 16-year-old girl from Jammu was strangled to death, allegedly by a man from she had eloped and was living with in Uttar Pradesh’s Hapur, police said on Sunday.

According to the police, the accused, identified as Ashu, allegedly strangled 16-year-old Mahinur to death at his home in Bheem Nagar area of Hapur after an argument between the them.

The minor girl had eloped with the accused from Jammu a few months ago and was living with him in at his house in Hapur.

An official said that the victim’s father, Talib Ali—originally a resident of Assam, who has been living in Jammu for the past eight years— told the police that Ashu had come to Jammu four months ago where he befriended his daughter Mahinur and swayed her to come along and live with him in Hapur.

The official said that Ashu initially told the police that Mahinur had committed suicide, however, after the girl’s autopsy revealed that she was strangled to death leading to the case being investigated as a murder and the arrest of the accused who after interrogation confessed to killing the minor girl.

He said that a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the POCSO Act has been registered against the accused.

Mahinur’s murder is latest among the spree of murders of women committed by live-in partners that have rocked the country over the past few months.

The killings came in to the limelight after the infamous Shraddha Walkar murder case, who was allegedly murdered and then her body hacked to pieces by her live-in boyfriend in Delhi.

The accused, 28-year-old Aaftab Amin Poonawala, allegedly sawed Shraddha Walkar’s body into 35 pieces and kept them in a 300-litre fridge for almost three weeks at his residence in south Delhi’s Mehrauli before dumping them across the city over several days. Poonawala is currently in jail facing trial.

Shraddha was allegedly strangled, chopped into several pieces, and disposed of at different locations of a forest area in south Delhi for several months by Poonawala.

In another similar case, a 37-year-old Nurse, Neha, was slain by her live-in partner, in Maharashtra’s Palghar. As per the police, the accused, who was in a relationship with the victim for the past three years and living with her from the past six months, stuffed her body in bed storage and fled.

On Monday, the Supreme Court junked a plea seeking registration of live-in relationships in the country with the Centre, calling it a “hare-brained” idea.

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