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Srilanakan Tamil women created history by climbing 18 holy steps in Sabarimala

Adhering to Superment Judgement Kerala police confirmed that a 46-year-old Sri Lankan woman offered prayers at the sanctum in Sabarimala temple on late Thursday.   Police inside sources confirmed plainclothes officers, including women, gave Ms. Sasikala and her family covert security.   The squads, however, did not make their presence or the security cover visible. Read More…

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Self styled Controversial hindutva Godman Nithyananda fled India ?!

Despite multiple summons, Nithyananda , Controversial self -styled godman Nithyananda who is accused of raping his former disciple in the garb of spirituality has failed to appear in court since June.   Even when rumours flying high that he may have fled the country. Nithyananda is set to skip yet another court hearing on Thursday Read More…

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Stardom throng at Isha Ambani’s sangeet celebrations

Mukesh Ambani seems to have enjoyed the most at daughter Isha Ambani’s sangeet celebrations last night. The celebrations that took place at The Oberoi Udaivilas and Lake Palace were a huge hit last night.   Many big names from Bollywood, sports, business and politics were a part of the grand event and many Bollywood celebrities Read More…

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Woman constable alleges She been raped by Navi Mumbai Sub inspector

A sub inspector with Navi Mumbai police’s Crime Branch was Saturday booked for allegedly raping a woman constable, an official said.   The complainant, who approached CBD police station Saturday, has alleged that sub inspector Amit Shelar had raped her in March last year after spiking her cold drink, the official said.   The 31-year-old Read More…

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Mob violence led by Fringe hindutva element Bajrang dal that killed the cop

  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a security review two days after two people were killed in mob violence over the alleged illegal slaughter of cattle in Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh.   Yogi Adityanath reportedly ordered the arrest of everyone related to the slaughter of cows and maintain a strict ban on illegal Read More…

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Cops clueless how to get American tourist’s body from Andamans

The Sentinelese, who scholars believe are descendants of Africans who migrated to the area about 50,000 years ago, survive on the small, forested island by hunting, fishing and gathering wild plants.   Almost nothing is known of their lives, except that they attack outsiders with spears or bows and arrows.   Officials have traveled repeatedly Read More…

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IPS Officer Yatish Chandra Stops Union Minister

Pon Radhakrishnan, MoS  finance minister at the Modi Government centre,  didn’t have imagined what is store for him   when he reached the Nilakkal base camp near the temple with a group of BJP activists on Wednesday  As his private vehicle reached Sabarimala temple which is in the middle of a huge row over the Read More…

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Karnataka to build 350-ft Cauvery statue in Mandya

The statue fever has hit Karnataka, with the state government proposing to build a 350-feet tall statue of Mother Cauvery at the Krishnaraja Sagar (KRS) reservoir in Mandya district. The statue will stand on a 125ft base from where visitors can view the dam from the viewer’s gallery. The statue will be built alongside a Read More…

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Sabarimala agitation part of party’s agenda: Kerala BJP chief’s open admission

In a shocking revelation, Kerala’s BJP President PS Sreedharan Pillai has revealed that the Sabarimala agitation ‘was part of BJP’s agenda’ and that ‘it was a golden opportunity for them in the state’. Pillai courted a controversy Monday as TV channels aired a video clip in which he purportedly said that Sabarimala temple chief priest Read More…

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Imran’s women Minister orders women to wear Dupatta / headscarf

Punjab Civil Secretariat in Pakistan’s Lahore has denied entry to women without a headscarf or dupatta upon ministerial orders. The diktat was given by Primary and Secondary Healthcare Minister of Punjab, Dr Yasmin Rashid. A Twitter user, Sidra Butt, recorded her experience and shared the video on the micro-blogging site. Sidra captioned the clip with Read More…