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Daily Archives: 5th June 2018

University of Hyderabad Bans Student Run Helpdesks

The university has also made it clear that new students and aspirants who are availing assistance from the student-run help desk will immediately be disqualified. “This is more like a Khap panchayat ruling where the caste Hindus decide and Dalit Bahujans are forced to follow,” opines Donta Prashanth.

Delhi Strike: Farmers to Observe Mandsaur Demonstration Anniversary

The farmers have raised many demands, the major one of it being the implementation of Swaminathan commission report. Other demands include a loan waiver and better prices for the farm produce. The agitation which began on Friday with “Gaon Bandh” was peaceful till date.

Political Violence in Tripura Continues, Nilanjana Roy attacked by BJP

Talking to TWJ correspondent All India president of SFI VP Sanu said, ”This incident cannot be seen in isolation. Many such attacks are being unleashed on party members by BJP, since its inception as ruling party in the state. The entire family of Nilanjana was attacked. The message RSS is trying to disseminate is that any dissenting voice would be brutally suppressed.”

Lenders of Ruchi Soya Asked for Rebidding, Says Ramdev

Yoga guru Ramdev has said that the lenders of bankruptcy-hit Ruchi Soya Industries Limited have asked for rebidding between two bidders - Patanjali Ayurved and Adani Wilmer.

Heavy Rain Causes Water-logging, Traffic jam in Mumbai

Heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning lashed Maharashtra's Mumbai city on Monday night, causing water-logging and disruption of local train services.

Boxer Gaurav Bidhuri Hopeful to Clinch Medal in Asian Games

World Championship bronze medalist boxer Gaurav Bidhuri on Tuesday assured that he will do his best in the Asian Games and definitely win a medal for the country.

This Family not Using Plastic Bags Since Years to Preserve Environment

Setting up an example for everyone on World Environment Day, a family from Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district has shunned plastic bags to keep the planet clean and green.

Sunil Chhetri Thanks Fans for big win Over Kenya

Hours after India snatched a 3-0 win over Kenya in the Intercontinental Cup 2018, Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri thanked his fans while saying that the "Indian team would give their lives on the pitch in every match if they get same support."

Myanmar Minister Calls for Earthquake Readiness

Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement U Win Myat Aye said frequent earthquakes in 2018 have become a challenge for Myanmar adding that it should be addressed seriously.

Northern Army Commander Reviews Security in Kashmir Valley

Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh arrived in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar city to review the overall security scenario in the valley.

Philippine President Faces Wrath for Kissing Woman

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has drawn flak for kissing an overseas Filipina worker on the lips during a live event in South Korea.

South Korea to Exert Restraint in Promoting its Drills With US

South Korea's defence ministry on Monday said that it would exercise restraint in promoting its planned annual military drills with the United States.

Chidambaram to Appear Before ED Today In Aircel-Maxis Case

Senior Congress leader and former finance minister P. Chidambaram is likely to appear before Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday in connection with the Aircel-Maxis money laundering case.

Nepal Proposes Dates for Bimstec Summit

Nepal has come up with two dates for the fourth summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (Bimstec).

No Contention Between Congress-JD(S) Over Cabinet Expansion Says Kumaraswamy

Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Tuesday said that there is no dissension between Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) MLAs over cabinet expansion.

Howard Schultz Steps Down as Starbucks Executive Chairperson

Howard Schultz has stepped down from his role as executive chairman of Starbucks, effective June 26.

Constitution is in Danger, People Living in Insecurity, Says Goa Archbishop

Archbishop of Goa and Daman Father Filipe Neri Ferrao has issued a letter saying that the Constitution is in danger, and most of the people are living in insecurity.

Actor Armaan Kohli Booked for Assaulting Girlfriend

A case has been registered against Bollywood actor Armaan Kohli at Mumbai's Santacruz police station for allegedly physically assaulting his girlfriend.

The Saga Of ‘Irattajeevitham’, A Suresh Narayanan Movie

Irattajeevitham tells the story of a female to a male transman, Adruman, and people around him. Directed by Suresh Narayanan, it could be the first Malayalm movie portraying gender and it's nuances from a trans men perspective.

Srinagar Youth Mowed Down By CRPF Vehicle After Friday Prayer

Indian Army vehicle mows down two youth, ramming the vehicle into a crowd of protestors. Civilian Deaths even after cease fire continues to rise in Kashmir region.

Is BJP Killing Their Own Workers For Political Gains?

In the recent past, BJP had been using political violence against them as a major tactic to grow in the states where the party does not have a solid ground. If the news doing the rounds are to be believed, the party is playing these politics by murdering its own members.