Salman Khan has left fans gasping for breath after he dropped the first footage from his highly anticipated movie Tiger 3. The first footage featured Tiger ka Message, in which Avinash Singh Rathore aka Tiger demands his character certificate from India after he is dubbed ‘traitor’ and ‘enemy no. 1’. Fans are excited for Salman Khan's Tiger 3, for which both Salman and Katrina Kaif were shooting earlier.
After a video showing a police officer laughing over the death of 23-year-old Indian student Jaahnavi Kandula by a speeding police patrol car in Seattle gained traction online, the Consulate General of India in San Francisco Thursday took cognizance of the video and called the matter “deeply troubling.” The Consulate stated that they have taken the matter up with authorities in Seattle and Washington DC
Courtesy: The Indian Express
The Election Commission of India will take action against registered unrecognized political parties in Tamil Nadu, for non-compliance with statutory requirements. The ECI issued a notice dated May 25, and ordered to meet the necessary requirements under the Representation of the People (RP) Act. The parties mentioned in the notification list can approach the Electoral Official within 30 days of the order for full facts and remedial action.… read-more
The Russian military is unlikely to alter its actions amid the ongoing special operation in Ukraine. This comes just days ahead of the Russian Victory Day, which falls on 9th May. "The pace of the operation in Ukraine depends, first of all, on the need to minimize any risks for the civilian population and (the) Russian military personnel," shared Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Rajasthan government sacked the Chairman of Board of Secondary Education, D P Jaroli, on January 29, and suspended its secretary along with two others in connection with the paper leak during the teachers' recruitment exam (REET) last year. Besides, the government decided to check paper leaks and cheating exams under a bill, likely to be introduced soon. Notably, irregularities occured in Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Gujarat Police has registered a case against an unidentified person who allegedly placed a cement pole on a railway track located in Valsad district. The matter came into light after a train driver informed the Atul Railway Station Master, about the collision which broke the cement pole. However, further investigation is going on, said Manoj Singh, Superintendent of Police of Valsad.
Police department in J&K has put its 168 personnel on radar for their alleged involvement in subversive, criminal/corrupt activities, with action against them on cards. Out of the 168 officials, seven belong to Jammu division, while rest of the 161 are in Kashmir. Out of all, two are Inspectors, eleven Sub-Inspectors, and forty nine Assistant-Sub-Inspectors, while rest are in the ranks of Head-constables, Selection-grade constables,… read-more
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Yoga guru Ramdev will face action in Nepal for recently launching two television channels namely Aastha Nepal TV and Patanjali Nepal TV without following legal procedures, said a senior official on November 21. Reportedly, Nepal's Department of information and Broadcasting department also ''formed an investigation committee''. However, Patanjali Yogpeeth Nepal said we have only inaugurated the television broadcasting office building. The full… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal