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Uttar Pradesh: 8 die after double-decker buses collide on Purvanchal Expressway

Both double-decker private buses were heading to Delhi from Bihar.

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Eight people died and several were injured after two double-decker private buses collided with each other on Monday morning on Uttar Pradesh’s Purvanchal Expressway.

The incident took place near Narayan Pur village under Loni Katra police station area. Both vehicles were heading towards Delhi from Bihar.

The incident happened after one of the buses stopped suddenly, the second, which was at full speed, collided with it. The injured were referred to Lucknow Trauma Center after treatment.

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Soon after the incident, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed grief and extended condolences to the families of the victims who died in the accident.

The severely injured were sent to the trauma centre, while those with minor injuries were treated at the Community Health Centre. The post-mortem of those who died is ongoing. Further investigation is underway, Anurag Vats, Superintendent of Police Barabanki, told ANI.

While Additional Superintendent of Police Barabanki, Manoj Pandey said the bus coming from Sitamarhi in Bihar hit the stationary bus from behind near Narendrapur Madraha village. And efforts are being made to identify the dead persons in the accident.

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Villagers loot liquor from car in dry state Bihar

A video of this incident was shared by a media platform Unseen India on Twitter. They wrote that people started looting the liquor found in a car.

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A video is doing rounds on social media where a mob can be seen taking liquor from an unidentified car in the dry state of Bihar. According to some media reports, the incident took place in the city of Siwan district.

A video of this incident was shared by a media platform Unseen India on Twitter. They wrote that people started looting the liquor found in a car.

Bihar government banned the consumption and trading of liquor in the state in 2016 and also made a provision of up to 10-year-jail terms. According to a Bihar government study, more than 80 per cent of the state population was in favour of liquor prohibition.

The study claimed that only 13.8 per cent of the respondents were against liquor prohibition in the state.

Chanakya Law University’s Dean Professor SP Singh said that the sample size was 22,184. Of this, around 54 per cent were males (11,886) and 46 per cent (10,298) were females. From the age group point of view, about 80 per cent of respondents were below the age of 44 years, while 20 per cent belonged to the 45-60 plus years age group.

He said that almost all women were in the support of the liquor ban in Bihar and did not want it to be revoked ever due to its positive implications, primarily being increased in income due to savings from expenditure on liquor. Around 87 per cent of the respondents vouched for an increase in average household income, which was spent on education, nutrition etc.

In August 2022, the Bihar government amended the liquor policy and decided that those who were caught drinking alcohol for the first time would be released after paying a fine.

Speaking in the Bihar assembly in April 2022, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that those who drink were mahapaapi (sinners) and they were not Hindustani (Indian).

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IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli-Rohit Sharma’s celebration after India’s victory over Australia is winning the internet | Watch

After winning the T20 series by 2-1 against Australia, India will now play host to South Africa for the three-match T20 series before heading to Australia for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.

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The third T20I between India and Australia was played on Sunday at Hyderabad. Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first and led Team India in defeating Australia by six wickets in the third T20I at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium to win the three-match series 2-1.

The match was full of drama and suspense, and with Virat Kohli still on strike, he took the match till the final over. 11 runs were needed in 6 balls and Virat opted for a six in the first ball but was dismissed by Daniel Sams in the second ball and perished after playing a magnificent knock of 63 runs from 43 balls.

As Virat departed, the Indian doughnut stood up and clapped for Kohli, as he gave the much needed stability to the much needed run chase of 187 runs. Rohit Sharma came out on the stairs of the dugout to hug and applaud the former skipper. And finally it was Hardik Pandya who hit the winning four and made India win the third T20I with six wickets.

Kohli and Sharma were still sitting on the stairs and as soon as the winning runs were hit, Virat and Rohit celebrated in unison. The duo hugged each other, and former skipper kept repeatedly patting Rohit’s back in excitement. The video soon went viral on social media and people could not contain their emotion after seeing their bond.

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With all the negativity written about them having ego clashed and a rift on and off the field, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli was always proved the headlines wrong by their bond and mutual level of respect for each other. And seems like the website finding these stories juicy and spicy will also learn their lessons soon.

After winning the T20 series by 2-1 against Australia, India will now play host to South Africa for the three-match T20 series before heading to Australia for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.

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Madhya Pradesh: Teacher asks tribal student to take off dirty uniform, suspended

The teacher posted pictures on social media on Friday in which the girl, whom he asked to take off her uniform, was seen only in her undergarments and Tripathi was seen washing her clothes.

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Madhya Pradesh: Teacher asks tribal student to take off dirty uniform, suspended

A school teacher in Madhya Pradesh was suspended after he allegedly asked a 10-year-old tribal student to take off her dirty uniform in front of the whole classroom. The incident took place at a government primary school in Bara Kala village of Shahdol district. The school is run by the tribal affairs department in the village.

According to the reports, the teacher, identified as Shrawan Kumar Tripathi, posted pictures on social media on Friday in which the girl, whom he asked to take off her uniform, was seen only in her undergarments and Tripathi was seen washing her clothes. Other girl students were standing nearby.

Some of the villagers claimed that the girl had to sit in that condition in the classroom for about 2 hours till her clothes dried. Tripathi shared the pictures of that incident on a WhatsApp group of the department where he called himself a Swachhata Mitra (cleanliness volunteer).

Neelam Singh, block education officer of Jaisinghnagar in Shahdol district, said a team visited the school on Saturday. She said the team also had a word with the parents of the girl, who are farm labourers. She further said that her parents demanded the teacher be shifted to another school, but after an inquiry, the authorities decided to suspend him.

The villagers were outraged after seeing those pictures. Soon after the pictures went viral, the authorities issued a probe into this matter. MP Tribal Welfare Department’s assistant commissioner Anand Rai Sinha has also ordered an inquiry into the incident.

Rajeev Sharma, commissioner of the Shahdol division, said the intentions of the teacher did not seem to be wrong, but he should not have done what he did. According to Singh, a thorough investigation will take place, after which the teacher will be asked to present his side before further action is taken.

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