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Aryan Khan, 2 other arrested; Mamata Banerjee wins the ballot


Bhabanipur Bypoll: Election Commission orders TMC government to avoid victory parades

The electoral commission wrote to the West Bengal congressional government in Trinamool on Sunday asking it to take the necessary steps to avoid any incidents of post-election violence. The EC has called on the government to ban all celebrations or victory processions taking place during or after the counting of votes for the by-elections taking into account the COVID-19 pandemic situation. The commission said the administration must avoid the risk of clashes in the state.

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Aryan Khan and two others arrested in connection with Mumbai drug theft investigation under article 27 of NDPS law

In a major development in the Mumbai cruise drug trafficking case, Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, Munmun Dhamecha and Arbaaz Merchant were arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) after a 22 hour interrogation. Aryan Khan and two others were initiated under section 27 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).

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Navjot Singh Sidhu reiterates his request to dismiss AG & DGP from Punjab; Warns Congress

Infighting in Congress continued to simmer as Navjot Singh Sidhu refused to back down on his demand to dismiss Punjab attorney general Amar Preet Singh Deol and DGP Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota. Speaking to Twitter on Sunday, Sidhu pointed out that Congress came to power in 2017 due to public outcry for justice in cases of sacrilege and drug trafficking. Claiming that Captain Amarinder Singh had been removed from his post as CM due to his inability to take action on this front, he said the AG and DGP appointments amounted to rubbing salt on the wounds of the victims.

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Om Birla and Harivansh to attend G-20 Speakers of Parliament summit in Rome

Lok Sabha President Om Birla, Rajya Sabha Vice President Harivansh Narayan Singh, and Secretaries General of both Houses of Parliament will attend the seventh G-20 Speakers’ Summit. An eight-member Indian parliamentary delegation will attend the Summit to be held October 7-8 in Rome, the Italian capital.

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Mumbai cruise drug bombing: NCB chief reveals details of two-week ‘meticulous’ operation

As part of a major drug crackdown, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Saturday arrested a prominent drug group on a cruise ship en route from Mumbai to Goa and seized cocaine, hashish, MD and other drugs. According to sources, the two-night rave party aboard the cruise ship allegedly involving celebrities, including actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, was cut short by NCB after an eight-hour operation.

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BJP to congratulate health workers in India after administering 100 Cr COVID vaccine doses

The Bharatiya Janata party has announced that the ruling party will congratulate doctors, nurses and hospital staff across the country after administering 100 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine. To date, the country has administered more than 90 crore of COVID-19 vaccine inoculations. A BJP employee said, “The BJP will congratulate doctors, nurses and hospital staff across the country. BJP MP, MLA, in charge and others will go to every district and area to thank and congratulate them. It is a great achievement for India. We have completed the immunization count of 90 crore, so most likely by October 11-12 we will meet that target. On that day, we will congratulate them “.

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UP: ‘Janata Darbar’ postponed from October 5 to the next day at CM Yogi’s residence

In a key development, the popular ‘Janata Darbar’ conference, which was scheduled to be held on October 5, has now been postponed to October 6. per day for some unavoidable reasons, which were not disclosed to the public in the official press release. The official statement read: “The ‘Janata Darbar’ scheduled for Tuesday, October 5 has been postponed for unavoidable reasons.” He went on to say, “Janata Darbar would be driven as usual the next day.” Janata Darbar is a popular convention organized by the Chief Minister to respond directly to the grievances of the people.

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Piyush Goyal hails Prime Minister Modi’s initiatives and state government raised ‘poorest of the poor’

Union Trade Minister Piyush Goyal recently praised the many initiatives taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to uplift the poorest of the poor in the country by providing them with unimaginable facilities. Counting all the achievements of the NDA government over the past 7.5 years, Goyal claimed that the benefits of the schemes initiated under the Modi regime had reached the beneficiaries at the end of the beneficiary pyramid. Speaking of Ujjwala Yojana to Jan Dhan Yojana, the Aadhar program or even basic projects like building toilets or supplying clean water, Goyal said Prime Minister Modi raised hopes for a bright future. for the country.

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Uttarakhand: Indian army recovers bodies of soldiers missing from avalanche

The Indian Army recovered the bodies of four soldiers from Trishul Base Camp and rescued missing soldiers from Trishul Mountain in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Chamoli police said the army used a helicopter, which landed in the fields of the village of Sutol for the rescue operation. The State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) also reached the site to conduct rescue operations for Garhwal Scout soldiers by helicopter.

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Ashok Gehlot says BJP and RSS leaders accepted Gandhi for political ambitions

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday denounced the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and called on them to follow Mahatma Gandhi for his principles and not for politics. Gehlot claimed that the RSS accepted Gandhi “after 60 years” for his political ambitions. He went on to say that he had asked RSS leader Mohan Bhagwat, Prime Minister Modi and Union Home Secretary Amit Shah to accept Gandhi’s principles.

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