Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has made a controversial, sexist remark amid population control. On November 7, Kumar addressed the assembly and said, "The husband's acts led to more births. However, with education, a woman knows how to restrain him...this is the reason the numbers (of births) are coming down." The opposition BJP criticised the Bihar CM for such disgraceful remark and demanded his resignation.
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Chhattisgarh BJP leader Ratan Dubey was hacked to death by unidentified Naxalites in the Narayanpur district, three days before the first phase of state assembly polls, scheduled to take place on November 7. Dubey, who was the BJP's district president in Narayanapur, was killed while he was campaigning for the party in Kaushalnar village. Dubey was attacked and killed with a sharp weapon by unidentified Naxalites.
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After opposition political leaders like Supriya Sule, Rahul Gandhi, Raghav Chadha, and others shared a screenshot showing a notification from Apple, the company issued a statement. Notably, on October 31, many political leaders, specifically those iPhone users, received an alert stating a conspiracy of spy by Government of India. It started the classic opposition v/s BJP game. However, Apple officially issued a statement and called it "False… read-more
Ahead of the 2023 Chhattisgarh Assembly elections, the state witnessed 203 nomination filing, until October 27. As per the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) confirmed the nominations, filed by leaders of Congress, BJP and other independent parties. Moreover, the scrutiny of the filed nomination will be held on October 31, and nomination withdrawal is on November 2. Chhattisgarh will conduct polls in two phases, on November 17, and December 3.
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The Ujjain girl, who was raped and walked miles naked while bleeding, shockingly got compensation from the Shivraj Singh Chauhan-led Madhya Pradesh government. According to media, this Ujjain girl, belonging from Scheduled Caste (SC) has received ₹1500 from BJP leader, ₹600 pension from the BJP government, which is a total of ₹2100. Furthermore, the incident has left the SC family in distress, as village people distanced themselves from… read-more
Actor-politician Gautami Tadimalla ended her political career with BJP, as she resigned from the party. On October 23, Gautami Tadimalla quit her 25-years journey with the BJP, alleging that some party leaders were helping a man she claimed "betrayed and cheated" her. "To my knowledge that several amongst them have been actively helping and supporting the very person who has betrayed my trust and cheated me," said Tadimalla.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the government has drawn up a roadmap for the development of space sector and that day was not far when an Indian will travel to the Moon in an indigenously built spacecraft. PM said, India’s Gaganyaan will soon ferry Indian astronauts to space and the country also plans to establish its own space station. "We have drawn a strong roadmap till 2040."
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The Jalgaon district authorities issued a notice to Nationalist Congress Party MLC Eknath Khadse and his daughter-in-law. In addition, notice was also given to BJP MP Raksha Khadse, with a direction to pay ₹137 crore fine for allegedly excavating soil from their land without permission. The notice was issued by the tehsildar of Muktainagar taluka in Jalgaon, for extracting 1.18 lakh brass of murum (fragmented weathered rock) and black stone… read-more
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Mahua Moitra, the MP of Trinamool Congress (TMC) is facing legal charges amid ongoing blackmailing and other defamation charges for her statement against Adani. On October 20, Moitra tweeted,"I welcome answering questions to CBI & Ethics Committee (which has absolute majority of BJP members) if & when they call me. I have neither time nor interest to feed an Adani-directed media. I am enjoying Durga-Puja in Nadia. Shubho Sashthi .
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How many loans did Modi govt. write-off? Rs.250,00,00,00,00,000 (Rs.25 lakh crores). An RTI activist revealed that a total of Rs.25 trillion written off by public banks and scheduled commercial banks from 2014 till date. It also mentioned that this amount is 810% higher than UPA 1+2 combined. Furthermore, most loans written off are of larger amounts, as nearly 4000 accounts with loans higher than Rs.5 crore written off.
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