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Win Win W-656 Kerala lottery result for February 21 announced: First winner gets Rs 75 lakh, check winners list here

Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the lucky draw winners of the Win Win W-656 lottery ticket today at 3 pm. The next Win Win Lottery will take place on February 28.

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On Monday, February 21, the Kerala state lottery department announced the results for Win Win W-656. 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 WA 337040

The winner of the second prize (Rs 5 lakh) is WF 941613

The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are WA 747456 WB 915458 WC 317992 WD 911270 WE 847070 WF 527729 WG 540056 WH 563134 WJ 658586 WK 898897 WL 958044 WM 644863

The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are WB 337040 WC 337040 WD 337040 WE 337040 WF 337040 WG 337040 WH 337040 WJ 337040 WK 337040 WL 337040 WM 337040

For the tickets ending with the following numbers.

The winners of the fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 0335 0426 1140 1405 2440 3476 4470 5583 5884 6012 6282 6760 7029 7994 8006 8044 9305 9590

The winners of the fifth prize (Rs 2,000) are 0550 1394 2166 4278 5969 6087 6411 7593 8728 9981

The winners of the sixth prize (Rs 1,000) are 0694 0755 1812 2270 3292 4793 4801 5655 6123 6676 6849 7088 7894 9708

The winners of the seventh prize (Rs 500) are 0174 0362 0412 0439 0487 0497 0535 0669 0675 0680 0795 0829 0873 0949 0997 1017 1187 1242 1312 1758 1915 2108 2112 2176 2396 2401 2447 2589 2623 2705 2830 2833 2897 3092 3174 3181 3349 3379 3382 3429 3492 3497 3663 3961 4181 4217 4298 4487 4625 4649 4846 4889 4995 5644 5744 5831 6020 6021 6046 6166 6174 6466 6494 6556 6562 6738 6807 6857 6918 7233 7381 7761 7864 8175 8179 8893 9203 9488 9615 9775 9894 9964

The winners of the eighth prize (Rs 100) are 0081 0257 0283 0304 0320 0357 0363 0516 0539 0591 0848 0889 0918 0919 0920 1084 1104 1139 1159 1353 1403 1421 1544 1556 1776 1987 2014 2032 2035 2202 2283 2501 2539 2733 2746 2917 2976 3003 3132 3228 3351 3363 3425 3530 3538 3632 3674 3735 3776 4000 4066 4095 4205 4271 4317 4348 4398 4416 4424 4495 4549 4568 4765 4802 4825 4882 4911 4917 4991 4996 5097 5136 5381 5399 5422 5470 5522 5587 5686 5726 5833 5906 6122 6171 6252 6365 6366 6377 6425 6557 6647 6791 6916 7053 7295 7429 7445 7720 7751 7752 7913 7931 7961 8009 8024 8029 8049 8074 8430 8510 8659 8704 8779 8868 8950 9078 9326 9384 9391 9396 9486 9600 9601 9718 9808 9925

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 28 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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Farmers take out tractor march near Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Budh Nagar

The Noida police had issued an advisory for daily commuters and warned them of traffic jams at many places which also included the Delhi-Noida border. The farmers are planning to carry out the tractor march along the Yamuna Expressway, Luharli Toll Plaza and Mahamaya Flyover and traffic diversions have been imposed by the police at these places.

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Farmers took out a tractor rally near the Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Budh Nagar on Monday to protest against the central government for accepting their demands, which included a legal guarantee for minimum support price (MSP) for crops. Videos showed many tractors being driven on the road. The rally was stopped by the police at the Yamuna Expressway’s entry point.

They were not allowed to carry out their rally on the expressway. The development comes even as farmers have delayed their march to the national capital till February 29 after a decision is made and are staying at the Khanauri and Shambhu points on the Punjab-Haryana border.

The Noida police had issued an advisory for daily commuters and warned them of traffic jams at many places which also included the Delhi-Noida border. The farmers are planning to carry out the tractor march along the Yamuna Expressway, Luharli Toll Plaza and Mahamaya Flyover and traffic diversions have been imposed by the police at these places.

The police have barricaded the Delhi-Noida border and police will conduct checking of vehicles entering Delhi or Noida. Daily commuters have been advised not to use the Yamuna Expressway and to use alternative routes or the metro to avoid inconveniences.

Farmer leader Baldev Singh Sirsa said a farmer named Pritpal Singh was doing Langar seva at the Khannauri on the Punjab-Haryana border when he was allegedly dragged by the policemen from his tractor trolley and was badly beaten. He said Pritpal Singh was admitted to a hospital in Rohtak. But he got shifted to PGIMER at Chandigarh.

Farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher said Pritpal Singh has suffered multiple injuries and they strongly condemn the action of the police. He said the prime minister should take action against policemen who indulge in such barbaric acts. Former Punjab chief Minister and senior BJP Leader Captain Amarinder Singh condemned the barbaric act of violence against Pritpal Singh.

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Allahabad High Court refuses to ban ongoing puja at Vyas Tehkhana inside Gyanvapi mosque complex, grants permission for worship to continue

Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain who is representing the Hindu side said today the Allahabad High Court has dismissed the first appeal from orders of Anjuman Intezamia which was directed against the order of 17th and 31st January and the effect of the order is that the ongoing puja in the Vyas Tehkhana of Gyanvapi complex will continue.

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The Allahabad High Court on Monday dismissed the Gyanvapi Mosque committee’s appeal challenging the Varanasi district court’s decision to offer prayers in a cellar in the Gyanvapi mosque complex. Justice Rohit Ranjan Agarwal of the Allahabad high court pronounced the judgement.

He said after going through the entire records of the case and after considering arguments of the parties concerned, the court did not find any ground to interfere in the judgement passed by the District judge dated 17.01.2024 appointing DM, Varanasi as receiver of the property as well as the order dated 31.01.2024 by which the district high court had permitted puja in the Tehkhana.

Advocate Prabhash hailed the verdict and said it is a big victory of Sanatana Dharma. The judge dismissed the pleas that the Muslim side had filed against the District judge’s order. He said this means that the puja will continue as it is. The District magistrate will continue as the receiver of the Tehkhana and the Muslim side can go for a review of the decision.

Another Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain who is representing the Hindu side said today the Allahabad High Court has dismissed the first appeal from orders of Anjuman Intezamia which was directed against the order of 17th and 31st January and the effect of the order is that the ongoing puja in the Vyas Tehkhana of Gyanvapi complex will continue. He said if the Anjuman Intezamia comes to the Supreme Court, then they will file their caveat before the top court.

The Varanasi court on January 31 had ruled that the Hindu side can offer prayers in the southern cellar of Gyanvapi masjid – the Vyas Tehkhana. The court had also directed the District magistrate to make arrangements for prayers and a priest which is nominated by Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Trust.

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MEA rejects reports about Indians seeking early discharge from Russian Army

The Ministry has clarified that India is actively pursuing all cases related to the issue and that some Indians have already been discharged.

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The Ministry of External Affairs on Monday issued a statement denouncing several media reports claiming that Indians serving in the Russian Army are seeking an early discharge. The Ministry has clarified that India is actively pursuing all cases related to this issue and some Indians have already been discharged.

The statement was issued following a report that stated some Indians are working as security staff in the Russian Army and are forced to fight alongside the Russian soldiers in the conflict zone of the Ukraine War.

The statement further added that every case brought to the attention of the Indian Embassy in Moscow has been strongly taken up by the Russian authorities. Furthermore, the matters that have been brought to the attention of the Ministry of External Affairs have also been taken up with the Russian embassy in New Delhi. 

The Ministry of External Affairs also mentioned that it remains committed and its priority is to actively pursue all relevant cases of the Indian nationals for early discharge from the Russian army with the Russian authorities.

Addressing a press conference on Friday, Randhir Jaiswal, spokesperson for the External Affairs Ministry mentioned that the ministry is aware of Indian nationals who have signed up for support jobs with the Russian Army. He further advised all the Indian nationals to be cautious and steer clear of the Ukraine conflict. 

Meanwhile, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen [AIMIM] leader, Asaduddin Owaisi had urged the External Affairs Ministry to rescue the Indians. He asked External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on X, formerly Twitter on Wednesday, to use his offices to bring those men back home, adding that their lives are at risk and their families are justifiably worried.

Reportedly, a 23-year-old Indian named Hemil Mangukiya had died in a missile strike in Russia on February 21. He has been working as a helper in the country and had reportedly been inducted into the war zone on the Ukraine Border.

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