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Uttarakhand Election 2022: Arvind Kejriwal announced, Colonel Ajay Kothiyal will be the face of the CM post
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Uttarakhand Election 2022: Arvind Kejriwal announced, Colonel Ajay Kothiyal will be the face of the CM post

Aam Aadmi Party's national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have again reached Dehradun today. He made a big announcement during the press conference. Arvind Kejriwal announced that in the upcoming assembly elections in Uttarakhand, Colonel Ajay Kothiyal (retired) will be the face of the CM post from AAP. At the same time, he made another announcement and said that we will make Uttarakhand the spiritual capital for Hindus of the whole world. Arvind Kejriwal said Now we don't want parties but patriotic soldiers Kejriwal said that Manish Sisodia had come to Dehradun a few days ago. He had said that we will know public opinion on this. We have taken suggestions from the people of the state. People have got the best answer on who should make a CM candidate from y...
Why did only Two Outsiders buy land after the Abrogation of Article 370?
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Why did only Two Outsiders buy land after the Abrogation of Article 370?

Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai told the Lok Sabha that only two persons from outside Jammu and Kashmir have so far bought properties in the Union Territories. He gave this big information quoting the Jammu and Kashmir government in a written reply to a question on Tuesday. Now outsiders or the government are not facing any kind of difficult procedures in buying land in Jammu and Kashmir. Here on August 5, 2019, Article 370 and 35-A of the Constitution, which gave special rights, were abolished. Also, read| Two Years have passed Since the Abrogation of Article 370: Understand from these 20 Points How Fast the Situation has Changed There Know its six important reasons When new land purchase laws were made in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370, it was s...
The Supreme Court told the Pegasus case seriously: Asked the petitioners to hand over the copy of their petition to the Center
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The Supreme Court told the Pegasus case seriously: Asked the petitioners to hand over the copy of their petition to the Center

The Supreme Court on Thursday said that the media report about Pegasus spying is a serious matter, if true. The top court has asked the petitioners to give copies of their petitions to the central government. The top court questioned the petitioners that there was no attempt by the persons affected by espionage to file a criminal complaint with the police before approaching this court. A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramanna and Justice Surya Kant asked the petitioners to give copies of the petitions to the central government and posted the matter for further hearing on Tuesday. However, the Supreme Court has not yet issued a formal notice to the central government in this matter. During the hearing, the Chief Justice said, "If the reports in the media are true, then the allegations are o...
Two Years have passed Since the Abrogation of Article 370: Understand from these 20 Points How Fast the Situation has Changed There
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Two Years have passed Since the Abrogation of Article 370: Understand from these 20 Points How Fast the Situation has Changed There

Today, two years have been completed since the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. The government divided Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories (Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh). In these two years, Jammu and Kashmir have seen many phases of change. Here growth and employment generation is one of the main agendas of the government. The Delimitation Commission has started the work, after whose report elections will be held in the state. At the same time, the people of the state are waiting that now Jammu and Kashmir should get full statehood. Also, read| Total 28 medals in the name of the Country, 8 Gold out of 9 in Hockey alone: Will London's record is broken this time? According to official information, we tell you how the new Jammu and Kashmir is after the abrogatio...
Fear of Taliban: People are Competing to Leave Afghanistan, Long Queues for Passport Applications
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Fear of Taliban: People are Competing to Leave Afghanistan, Long Queues for Passport Applications

With the withdrawal of US and NATO forces, the growing influence and occupation of the Taliban have raised fear among the citizens of Afghanistan. Because of this, Afghan citizens want to leave the country as soon as possible. Due to this a huge crowd of people has started gathering outside the passport office in Kabul. People standing in the line of passports themselves say that we may have to leave the country at any time in the deteriorating situation. In fact, due to the way the Taliban is spreading in the rural areas of Afghanistan, due to which the resourceful Afghan citizens are looking for a way to go abroad. Abdel Khalid Nabiyar, 52, who once ran a shop at a NATO military base in Kabul since 8 a.m. in a long passport queue, now feels unsafe. They say people want them to be prep...
The Man again Adopted Hinduism: Said- He Changed his Religion Due to Financial Constraints
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The Man again Adopted Hinduism: Said- He Changed his Religion Due to Financial Constraints

On the second day after the uproar in the conversion case of the youth of a scheduled society working in a bakery in Pune city of Maharashtra, the youth again returned to Hinduism. The villagers welcomed the young man on his return home with drums and drums. The young man has accepted the matter of conversion to overcome the financial crisis. David Kumar, a resident of village Sedoberkhan, had gone to work in a bakery in Pune, Maharashtra, last year with other-class youths after the house's financial condition deteriorated after his father's death. After giving the temptation to remove poverty, the bakery operators converted it and changed the name to Mohd. Bilal. Local villagers came to know about his conversion when David came to the village last week to attend a sister's...
Pegasus Spyware Case reaches Supreme Court: A Petition Filed for SIT Investigation
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Pegasus Spyware Case reaches Supreme Court: A Petition Filed for SIT Investigation

The case of alleged spying of opposition leaders and journalists in India through Pegasus software has now reached the Supreme Court. Senior advocate Manohar Lal Sharma has filed a petition in the Supreme Court. In this petition, an SIT investigation has been demanded under the supervision of the Supreme Court. Along with this, an appeal has been made to ban the purchase of Pegasus in India. Opposition leaders in the country are attacking the Modi government over the Pegasus espionage case. The matter was vigorously debated in Parliament on Wednesday. Congress is demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe. On the other hand, other opposition parties are demanding clarification from the government. However, the government has already dismissed this espionage case. Also, read|...
Celebrations continue at Navjot Singh Sidhu house, He will reach Amritsar today
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Celebrations continue at Navjot Singh Sidhu house, He will reach Amritsar today

After Navjot Singh Sidhu was made the head of Punjab State, there was a festive atmosphere in his house in the Holy City of Amritsar. Congress leaders danced to the beat of the drum at Sidhu's house late on Sunday night. At the same time, as soon as Monday morning, the process of youth Congressmen reaching Navjot Singh Sidhu's house again started. Also, read| Twitter Listens More to America, in 99 Percent of Cases it Did Not Listen to India Sidhu will be welcomed by the party at New Amritsar Golden Gate on Tuesday afternoon There was a festive atmosphere everywhere in the house. Although no one from Sidhu's family was present during this time, Sidhu's PA Girish Sharma, and Gagan were seen welcoming the guests. The workers have completed preparations to welcome Sidhu on his a...
Twitter Listens More to America, in 99 Percent of Cases it Did Not Listen to India
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Twitter Listens More to America, in 99 Percent of Cases it Did Not Listen to India

Silicon Valley company Twitter released a transparency report on Wednesday. It said that from January to June 2020, India had sent 2,613 requests to Twitter to remove objectionable content. In the subsequent six months i.e. from July 1 to December 31, 2020, 3,615 requests were sent from India to 7,762 Twitter accounts. These included legal demands and emergency requests from government agencies and law enforcement officials. Twitter releases such reports every six months. In this, he gives information about the number of requests received from the governments in cases of violation of rules and the action taken on them. Also, read| Consumers will be able to Repair the Gadget anywhere, New Rules will be made India at number one with 25% requests According to Twitter data, India al...