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Telugu TV serial ‘Pavithra Bandhan’ fame Naga Jhansi commits suicide
In a shocking incident, Telugu television actress Naga Jhansi committed suicide at her house in Hyderabad on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old actress who was known for her role in Telugu TV serial Pavithra Bandhan, was found hanging from the ceiling fan at her residence. Her brother, Durga Prasad alerted the police when she did not respond to the door bell yesterday. Read more
BSP chief Mayawati joins Twitter ahead of Lok Sabha elections, gets 14K followers in no time
BSP chief Mayawati joins Twitter ahead of Lok Sabha elections, gets 14K followers in no time.
In a press release issued by Bahujan Samaj Party on Wednesday, it was informed that party chief Mayawati has “decided to join Twitter for speedy interaction with media and the people besides expressing her views on various important issues and political developments.” Read more
Aligarh Muslim University is not a minority institute, SC/ST must get reservation: Yogi Adityanath
On Wednesday while addressing the Booth members of Braj area, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath claimed that Aligarh Muslim University is not a minority institute and hence AMU must give reservation to Dalits and backward classes. Read more
BJP’s Anurag Thakur summons Twitter India to ‘secure citizens’ rights’
Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology, which is headed by the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Anurag Thakur summoned Twitter India officials over the issue of safeguarding citizens’ rights on social media platforms.
The panel has also asked the representatives of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to appear before it during its meeting scheduled for February 11. Read more
Karnataka Budget Session
Foiling an alleged opposition BJP’s bid to topple it recently, the ruling JD-S-Congress government in Karnataka is bracing up for a 10-day stormy budget session of the state legislature here from Wednesday.
The 8-day long session began with address by state Governor Vajubhai Vala to the joint legislature on Wednesday and a debate on the motion of thanks to it (address) initiated on Thursday. Read more