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BJP leader and TikTok star Sonali Phogat dies of heart attack in Goa, she was 42

BJP leader, Bigg Boss fame and Tiktok star Sonali Phogat died of a heart attack on Monday night.



Sonali Phogat

BJP leader, Bigg Boss fame and Tiktok star Sonali Phogat has died of a heart attack in Goa. His brother Watan Dhaka has confirmed the news of the death. He has a daughter. On the other hand, on the information of Sonali Phogat’s death, her family has left for Goa from Bhutan.

In the year 2016, Sonali’s husband Sanjay Phogat was also found dead at the farmhouse. Sonali, the daughter of a Dhaka family, was on her pre-scheduled Goa tour from August 22 to 25, 2022, in Bhuthan Khurd, Fatehabad.

Moreover, Sonali Phogat used to make videos of herself as she was a TikTok star. Actor and producer, Vindu Dara Singh has tweeted about her sad demise. He wrote that he was shocked to hear about Sonali Phogat’s death news. He added Rip to Sonali Phogat Ji.

Who was Sonali Phogat ?

Sonali Phogat started her career with anchoring in the year 2006. She used to do anchoring for the Hisar Doordarshan show. Two years later, in 2008, she joined the BJP. In 2019, contested the assembly elections from the Adampur constituency on a BJP ticket. Sonali had also shooted Punjabi and Haryanvi films, and music videos.

Sonali Phogat in Big-Boss 14

In the year 2019, she worked in the film Chhoriyan Chhoron Se Kam Nahi Hoti. This was Sonali’s first film. During Bigg Boss 14, she had revealed that many people tried to harass her mentally after her husband’s death. At that time she was quiet and alone.

Sonali Phogat’s TikTok Video


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Chirag Paswan joins BJP aligns against Kanwar Yatra regulation in UP

“We have to fill up this gap between these two classes,” he added.



Union Minister and Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) leader Chirag Paswan has joined a chorus of BJP allies opposing a police advisory in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh asking restaurants or eateries along the Kanwar Yatra route to display the names of their owners.

Paswan said that he felt such steps are nothing but the creation of divisions along caste or religious lines. According to him, society is divided only into two classes “the rich and the poor” where people from all castes and religions are found. “We have to fill up this gap between these two classes,” he added.

“It is the responsibility of every government to work for the poor, and the poor include Dalits, backward classes, upper castes, and Muslims. Whenever this divide comes in the name of caste or religion, I do not think any taught youthful individual, independent of caste or religion, is influenced by such things”.

Another BJP ally, the Janata Dal-United, has also joined the chorus and asked the Uttar Pradesh government to withdraw its Muzaffarnagar order. JD(U) leader KC Tyagi pointed out that in Bihar, a much bigger Kanwar Yatra takes place without such restrictions. “The prohibitions in UP go against the principle of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’ propounded by the Prime Minister,” Tyagi said on Saturday while demanding withdrawal of the order as no such restrictions are there in Bihar, Rajasthan, and Jharkhand.

The advisory was also slammed by the Chaudhary-led RLD. According to RLD National General Secretary Trilok Tyagi, making nameplates compulsory for vendors is something wrong and illogical. Customers should have the freedom to choose where they want to shop, he said, citing double standards by pointing to no such restriction over alcohol.

He said if religious purity is the concern, then alcohol should also be banned. He made it clear that small shops run by the poor shall not be harassed. In short, Chirag Paswan and other BJP allies have opposed the new arrangements made in the eateries along the Kanwar Yatra route in Uttar Pradesh.

According to them, these would only lead to division of people where some actual problems of the society are not discussed or sorted out. Paswan and others called for bridging gaps between the rich and the poor and ensuring support for all sections of people with no discrimination based on caste or religion.

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Microsoft outage: Banks, airports, media outlets face technical disruptions worldwide

A worldwide outage becomes a cause of distress for the economy, travel, and businesses around the world.



The Microsoft outage is causing disruptions in multiple sectors, including flights, the stock market, and banking operations globally. A worldwide outage today becomes a cause of distress for the economy, travel, and businesses around the world.

All the flights have been grounded by world-major airlines like US airline, American Airlines, United and Delta, as specified by the federal aviation administrator in Australia, The world’s most crowded and industrious airport, Sydney Airport, faced its effect weekend on the corner, it became obstacle for many.

According to reports, many people experienced long queues at Australian stores like Woolworths due to payment system failures and difficulties accessing financial institutions such as the National Australia Bank.

Over 200 flights have been cancelled by the Indian aviation system indigo alone called off 192 flights yet. CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity firm serving various industries, experienced outages across parts of the world on Friday morning, disrupting news broadcasts and grounding flights.

An outage from Microsoft had far-reaching effects, including major disruptions to air travel. Challenges in operations were faced by prominent airlines like Akasa, IndiGo, Air India, Vistara, and SpiceJet in India. Furthermore, Frontier Airlines, Allegiant, and SunCountry, among other low-cost carriers in the US, faced service-related problems.

Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) issues advisory in the wake of Microsoft Windows outage.

The Delhi airport reported that some of its services were affected due to a global IT issue. They are working closely with all stakeholders to minimize the inconvenience to travellers. Passengers are advised to contact their airline or the ground help desk for updated flight information. The airport regrets the inconvenience caused to passengers.

Earlier in the day, Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said that MEITY is in touch with Microsoft and its associates regarding the global outage. The reason for this outage has been identified and updates have been released to resolve the issue. CERT is issuing a technical advisory. NIC network is not affected, he said in a post on X.

The airline company, Air India, issued a customer advisory and said that their digital systems have been impacted temporarily due to the current Microsoft outage resulting in delays. They regretted the inconvenience caused and requested their guests to plan their travel accordingly.

Similarly, Vistara also issued an advisory and informed their customer about the outage saying, they are experiencing technical challenges across various aspects of their operations due to a global outage at our service provider’s end. They said that they are working with them to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

Foreign airlines that have been affected are American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Allegiant, Sun Country Airlines, Ryan Air, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Eurowings, KLM, Scandinavian Airlines, and Vueling among others.

Airports that have been affected include New Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Berlin, Prague, Amsterdam, Madrid, and Barcelona.

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Centre lists 6 new Bills for Parliament Monsoon Session

The Centre will introduce six new Bills, including the one to amend the Disaster Management Law.



The Centre will introduce six new Bills, including the one to amend the Disaster Management Law, at the beginning of the monsoon sessions of the Parliament, which will start on July 22.  

Besides the Finance Bill, the government has also included the Bhartiya Vayuyan Vidheyak, 2024 to replace the Aircraft Act of 1934 to provide enabling provisions for ease of doing business in the civil aviation sector.

The list of Bills was published by Parliament bulletins and furnished by the Lok Sabha secretariat on Thursday evening. The Monsoon Session will kick off on July 22 and continue till August 12.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is scheduled to present the Union Budget on July 23.

Other bills listed for introduction and passage during the session are the Boilers Bill, Bhartiya Vayuyan Vidheyak Bill, Coffee (Promotion and Development) Bill and the Rubber (Promotion and Development) Bill.

Notably, the Boilers Bill replaced the pre-independence era law, the Coffee (Promotion and Development) Bill and the Rubber (Promotion and Development) Bill.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla also incorporated the Business Advisory Committee (BAC), which has the final say on the parliament agenda; the committee comprises 14 nominated MPs from different parties.

From the BJP, the committee involves Nishikant Dubey, Anurag Singh Thakur, Bhartruhari Mahtab, P.P. Chaudhary, Baijayant Panda, and Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal. From the Congress, K. Suresh and Gaurav Gogoi have been included. Sudip Bandyopadhyay represents the TMC, Dayanidhi Maran represents the DMK, and Arvind Sawant represents the Shiv Sena UBT.

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