Bigg Boss Kannada Actress Says She Didn't Know Kiki Challenge Was Banned When She Did It

Bigg Boss Kannada Actress Says She Didn't Know Kiki Challenge Was Banned When She Did It

03/Aug/2018 0 Comments indian express

Kannada actress Niveditha Gowda apologised for the Kiki Challenge video, which has been trending for almost a month. The 18-year-old actress participated in the viral challenge days after the Bengaluru police banned it in the state, for which she was criticised by the Internet. Niveditha, best known for her participation in Bigg Boss Kannada, told Times Of India that she was unaware of the ban on the Kiki challenge, which is also known as the ' .....

Lenin Statue in Tripura Razed After BJP Win- Rajnath Steps In

Lenin Statue in Tripura Razed After BJP Win- Rajnath Steps In

06/Mar/2018 0 Comments best indian news portal

Less than 48 hours after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the mandate in Tripura, a video emerged showing right-wing supporters razing down a statue of communist icon Vladimir Lenin in the state’s Belonia town. The video shows the statue, located in the Belonia College Square, being torn down by people wearing t-shirts reading “Chalo Paltai”, while raising chants of “Bharat mata ki jai.” The CPI(M) offices in various parts of the state were also attacked, reported ANI. According to PTI .....

5 percent extra- Villages score over towns in voting percentage

5 percent extra- Villages score over towns in voting percentage

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments Indian News

AHMEDABAD: The rural-urban divide was clearly visible in the voting pattern this year. While the voting percentage in the 98 rural constituencies was around 70%, it was only 65% in the urban areas. The difference was also noticeable in voting percentages in the rurban and the urban constituencies. According to the data released, 98 constituencies out of the total 182 seats were considered rural as they had more than 75% rural voters. In such seats, the voting percentage was 69.98%. It was con .....

Exit polls booster for markets- 4 state PSUs

Exit polls booster for markets- 4 state PSUs

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

AHMEDABAD: Exit polls predicting easy win for the BJP in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections gave a sentiment boost to stock markets with BSE's benchmark index sensex soaring 216 points and NSE's 50-share nifty rising 81.15 points. On Friday, the sensex scaled a high of 33,621.96 before finishing at 33,462.97, up 216.27 points, or 0.65%, over the previous closing. The broader 50-share NSE Nifty closed at 10,333.25, a gain of 81.15 points, or 0.79%. Along with broader markets, G .....

Despite setbacks due to GST- demonetisation and traders optimistic of improvement in future

Despite setbacks due to GST- demonetisation and traders optimistic of improvement in future

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

Notwithstanding the twin blows of GST (Goods & Services Tax) and demonetisation, it was a ‘hopeful’ and forward looking business community seeking a better and ‘stable’ business climate in future that cast their vote. Even as jewellery and textile businesses in the State suffered a setback over GST, industry hubs like Ahmedabad, Morbi and Surat had witnessed agitations as a result. These polls can be seen as a seal of approval or disenchantment with the current economic policies of the governm .....

Union Cabinet clears triple talaq bill

Union Cabinet clears triple talaq bill

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments Indian News

NEW DELHI: Union Cabinet today cleared the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2017, to make the practice of "instant" triple talaq an offence. According to the draft bill sent out to states earlier this month, it was proposed that triple talaq be made a cognisable and non-bailable offence that would attract a jail term of three years. The draft law was prepared in the backdrop of the August 22 verdict of the Supreme Court striking down the practice of "instant" triple tal .....

Parliament Winter Session- Important bills

Parliament Winter Session- Important bills

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

NEW DELHI: As Parliament winter session begins today, the Muslim Women's (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2017 related to triple talaq and legislation on granting Constitutional status to the Backward Class Commission are among the important bills that will be tabled for discussion and passage. Around 41 items of Government Business (40 Bills and 1 Financial Item) have been identified and will be taken up in both the houses of Parliament, which includes - The Central Goods & Services .....

6 trends to grab from Virat-Anushka wedding

6 trends to grab from Virat-Anushka wedding

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

Virushka fans are going berserk fetching minutest details of the most awaited wedding of the year! The fairytale wedding of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma has altered the set standards of a celebrity wedding and we cannot keep calm. After gazing the gorgeous pictures for past 3 days and eyeing every detail, we have trailed down these wedding trends that are going to rule 2018. From the sprawling and luxurious Italian Borgo venue, renaissance patterned outfits to a decor that symbolised prospe .....

Congress moves to SC demands verification of 25 percent of VVPAT votes with EVM votes

Congress moves to SC demands verification of 25 percent of VVPAT votes with EVM votes

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

NEW DELHI: Congress today moved Supreme Court seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to count and cross verify at least 25% of the VVPAT paper trail with the EVM votes, reported ANI. Congress leaders, Abhishek Manu Singhvi and Kapil Sibal, will appear for Congress in the matter, which is likely to be heard today. The president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee, Bharat Solanki, termed it a necessary step to restore the faith of people in the electoral system. .@INCGuja .....

Do not say beg we are a free nation- Venkaiah Naidu to ministers

Do not say beg we are a free nation- Venkaiah Naidu to ministers

15/Dec/2017 0 Comments India News Today

NEW DELHI: Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu brought minor changes in the conduct of the Rajya Sabha on the first day today after taking over as its Chairman, asking ministers and members not to use colonial terms while laying papers on the table. Presiding over the Upper House proceedings on the opening day of the winter session of Parliament, Naidu said no one should use the word "I beg to" while laying papers on the table. "Just say I raise to lay on the table" the listed papers, he said. .....

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