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Jharkhand girl set ablaze in Dumka for turning down marriage proposal, accused arrested

According to the reports, the young man tried to burn the girl by pouring petrol on her.

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Jharkhand girl set ablaze

A horrific incident has come to light yet again from Jharkhand’s Dumka after a girl was set ablaze by a man for turning down a marriage proposal. The girl has been referred to Ranchi. The incident happened on Friday morning.

According to DSP Shivender, Jarmundi, the accused was known to the girl and is already married. He wanted to marry the victim, but her parents were not ready for the marriage, he said.

However, the police arrested the accused who was known to the girl. The police have also initiated a probe into the matter.

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According to the reports, the young man tried to burn the girl by pouring petrol on her. The girl is admitted to the hospital. The doctors state the condition of the victim is critical.

Dumka had earlier made headlines in August for the same incident after a 19-year-old girl succumbed to injuries. She was also set on fire by a jilted lover after she turned down a proposal.

The horrendous incident happened on August 23. Ankita, the victim, in a critical state told the police that she used to live in a predominantly Muslim population, and the accused used to harass her every day. She further stated that Shahrukh had also obtained her phone number and used to call her repeatedly to get into a relationship. He threatened to kill Ankita when she called him out for not stopping.

In her dying statement, she said she wants Shahrukh to also die the same way she is dying today. The victim was a Class 12th student.

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Bharat Jodo Yatra: Rahul Gandhi’s security cordon simply vanished, says Omar Abdullah; J&K police claim didn’t know of such large gathering

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Omar Abdullah joined Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra from Banihal in Kashmir on Friday

National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Friday alleged that he’s witness that outer ring of the cordon maintained by the Jammu and Kashmir police “simply vanished” minutes after Rahul Gandhi marched into Kashmir with his Bharat Jodo Yatra via Banihal earlier today.

The former J&K chief minister wrote in a tweet he was looking forward to the 11-kilometre trek but unfortunately it had to be cancelled.

The yatra was stopped earlier today near Qazigund, the gateway to Kashmir valley, due to an alleged breach of security and mismanagement of crowd by the erstwhile state’s administration.

Congress leaders alleged that Rahul Gandhi after crossing Qazigund, started his march towards south Kashmir’s Vessu, but the party workers noticed that the outer cordon maintained by the Jammu and Kashmir police, was lifted all of a sudden.

However, the J&K Police has refuted the allegations of a security lapse. In a series of tweets, the police claimed that organizers of the march had not told them that such a large gathering would be joining them from Banihal and full security arrangements were in place and deployments were done as per SOPs.

The police added that they were not consulted by organizers before halting the yatra, stressing that rest of the march went peacefully and maintained that foolproof security will be provided when the trek resumes.

Earlier, the Congress temporarily called off the yatra, accusing the local police and administration of crowd mismanagement and security lapse.

A senior Congress leader alleged that there was crowd mismanagement along the yatra route approved by the security apparatus.

Rahul Gandhi, who has planned to conclude his marathon Bharat Jodo Yatra with a grand rally in Srinagar on January 30 said that it was the responsibility of the Jammu and Kashmir administration to provide them security while hoping that rest of the yatra is provide with adequate security.

Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said that the party is holding discussions with the Jammu and Kashmir administration to ensure no further security lapses occur for the remainder of the march.

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INDW vs NZW T20: India beats New Zealand by 8 wickets, makes it to the U19 World Cup final

Now the U19 T20 World Cup 2023 final will be played on January 29 at 5:15 pm. India will face the winner of second semi finals.

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INDW vs NZW T20: India beats New Zealand by 8 wickets, makes it to the U19 World Cup final

The Indian team has defeated New Zealand by eight wickets in the semi-finals of the Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup 2023. With this, Team India has also reached the World Cup finals. Batting first, New Zealand had set a target of 108 runs in front of India. The Indian team achieved this by losing two wickets and has made it to the final.

Now the U19 T20 World Cup 2023 final will be played on January 29 at 5:15 pm. India will face the winner of second semi finals, which will be played between Australia and England today evening.

India beat New Zealand in semis

India defeated New Zealand by eight wickets to enter the final of the Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. In todays match, New Zealand had set a target of 108 runs in front of India, which Women In Blue achieved by losing two wickets. Parshvi Chopra took the maximum, three wickets for India. At the same time, vice-captain Shweta Sehrawat scored an unbeaten 61 runs.

India’s score had crossed 100 runs at the loss of two wickets. Shweta Sehrawat was then playing with a half-century and Trisha had entered to bat. The Indian team had reached the threshold of victory and was just a few runs away from making it to the finals of the tournament.

New Zealand had a very poor start

The team’s first wicket fell on the score of three runs and both the openers returned to the pavilion on the score of five runs. Anna Browning scored one and Emma McLeod scored two runs. After this, Georgia Plimmer took one end and Isabel scored 26 runs in 22 balls to return the Kiwi team to the match.

Captain Sharp was also dismissed after scoring 13 runs and half of the New Zealand team had returned to the pavilion for just 74 runs. After this, Emma Irwin was dismissed for three, Kate Irwin for two, Logneberg for four and Natasha for three. Meanwhile, Plimmer was also dismissed after scoring 35 runs in 32 balls in the process of scoring fast runs.

Knight’s innings of 12 runs took New Zealand’s score beyond 100 runs. In the end New Zealand team managed to score 107 runs losing nine wickets. Parshvi Chopra took the maximum three wickets for India. Titas Sadhu, Mannat Kashyap, Shefali Verma and Archana Devi got one wicket each.

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Tripura Election 2023: CPI(M) announces candidates for 43 seats, Congress will contest on 13

The 2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election is scheduled to be held in Tripura on February 16, 2023 to elect all 60 members of the Tripura Legislative Assembly.

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Tripura’s main opposition CPI(M) has declared candidates for 43 seats and kept 13 seats reserved for the Congress. Addressing a press conference, Left Front convenor Narayan said that their main objective is to oust the BJP from power. He added that they came under one banner only to oust the BJP and drive the party out of the state.

“We appeal to all anti-BJP secular and democratic forces to come together to oust the saffron party,” said Narayan. He even added that this time the party has introduced 24 more new faces, who will be contesting for the first time in this election. However, this time many veteran leaders from CPI(M) like former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, former Finance Minister Bhanu Lal Saha, Shahid Choudhary, Badal Choudhary, Jashbir Tripura, Tapan Chakraborty and Mabasar Ali have got relief.

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For the Tripura Elections 2023, out of these 60 seats, CPI(M) will contest on 43 seats, Congress on 13, CPI on 1, RSP on 1 seat and Forward Bloc on 1 while an independent candidate will contest on 1 seat. Six sitting candidates will contest in this election, while the CPI(M) state committee secretary will contest from Sabroom assembly constituency.

Kausik Chanda will now contest from Dhanpur assembly constituency, which was the home constituency of former chief minister Manik Sarkar.

For the unversed, the 2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election is scheduled to be held in Tripura on February 16, 2023 to elect all 60 members of the Tripura Legislative Assembly. The tenure of Tripura Legislative Assembly is scheduled to end on 22 March 2023. The previous state election was held in February 2018 and BJP, Biplab Kumar Deb was was sworn in as the new CM, while the saffron party had formed its government in Tripura.  

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