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Hindustani Bhau Arrested: YouTube Celebrity Arrested for Instigating Students in Mumbai

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Mumbai court grants bail to 'Hindustani bhau' in Dharavi students protest

Hindustani Bhau Arrested: Hindustani Bhau, the YouTube celebrity who shot to fame with his hilarious videos, is in trouble these days. He has been arrested by the Dharavi, Mumbai police for instigating the students and provoking them into violence.

The case has been registered againt him under the Maharashtra Police Act, Disaster Management Act and other sections of the Indian Penal Code. The police have also arrested one more person named Ikrar Khan Waqar Khan in this case.

In a recent video on Instagram, Vikas Pathak aka Hindustani Bhau sparked student protests by hinting at online exams for 10th and 12th grade students during the crisis of Covid-19.

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This led to demonstrations in Dharavi with students demanding upcoming exams to be held through online mode.

Hindustani Bhau, who became a topic of discussion after joining Bigg Boss 13 remains an discussion for due to his viral videos.

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Before becoming known as the Bigg Boss 13’s most annoying housemate; according to timesofindia, he worked as journalist at mumbai’s local newspaper where he was awarded title “Best Chief Crime Reporter 2011″ regarding crime journalism work done by him.

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Man from Odisha held for selling ganja chocolates in Hyderabad

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Man from Odisha held for selling ganja chocolates in Hyderabad

A man from Odisha, Ananta Kumar Barak, has been arrested in Hyderabad for selling Ganja chocolates. The police seized 140 ganja chocolates from his shop in Balanagar area. This incident is part of a series of seizures involving migrant workers from Odisha selling ganja-laced chocolates in Hyderabad.

Ananta Kumar Barak was caught selling ganja chocolates to labourers and students in Balanagar area of Hyderabad. The police raided his shop and found 140 ganja chocolates. They discovered that many migrant workers from Odisha are involved in bringing these chocolates to Hyderabad for illegal distribution among vulnerable groups.

It has been revealed that migrant workers from Odisha distribute the ganja chocolates for free initially, targeting co-workers and students. Once the individuals become addicted, they start selling the chocolates at a price of Rs 20 each, containing 14 per cent ganja leaf extract. This illegal trade has been on the rise in Hyderabad recently.

Over the past few months, the police have seized ganja-laced chocolates in various locations across Hyderabad. Workers from Odisha have been caught selling these chocolates near schools and construction sites. The recent cases include seizures of 41.5 kg of ganja chocolates, with individuals from Balasore in Odisha being the main suspects.

In one incident, a worker from Balasore was caught selling 3.6 kg of ganja chocolates in Kokapet. In another case, a worker was found selling 35.2 kg of chocolates in Ramanthapur. Additionally, two men from Uttar Pradesh were arrested for selling 2.7 kg of ganja-laced chocolates in Hafeezpet. The police are intensifying their efforts to crack down on the illegal drug trade in the city.

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Will BJP be able to replicate the Nandigram model in Sandeshkhali?

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Will BJP be able to replicate the Nandigram model in Sandeshkhali?

The BJP is implementing the Nandigram model in Sandeshkhali, West Bengal, against the Trinamool Congress amid a movement against sexual harassment and land grabbing. Suvendu Adhikari, the Leader of the Opposition, explained the similarities between the two movements and the issues driving mass outrage.

The Nandigram movement against land acquisition for a petrochemicals hub by the Salim Group led to the collapse of the Left Front rule in West Bengal. In Sandeshkhali, illegal land grabbing and conversion for pisciculture farms, along with harassment of women, have fueled outrage against the ruling party.

The absence of actual land acquisition in Nandigram led to the downfall of the Left Front regime. Similarly, the grievances of the people in Sandeshkhali, supported by the exposure of illegal activities by the ruling party, have prompted a mass uprising, opening doors for the BJP to challenge the Trinamool Congress.

Suvendu Adhikari has once again taken the lead in the protest, echoing the sentiments of the Nandigram movement. Political observers believe that history may repeat itself, with Sandeshkhali potentially becoming a turning point for the ruling dispensation, similar to how Nandigram led to the collapse of the 34-year Left Front rule in West Bengal.

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Mann Ki Baat will not be broadcast for next three months, says PM Modi

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Mann Ki Baat will not be broadcast for next three months, says PM Modi

New Delhi, Feb 25 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced during his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday that the Radio programme will be on hold for the next three months. The PM interacted with first-time voters, encouraging them to participate in the electoral process for the betterment of the country.

During the programme, PM Modi highlighted the importance of youth in shaping the future of the nation. He urged first-time voters to exercise their right to vote in record numbers for the upcoming 18th Lok Sabha elections, emphasizing that their voices are crucial in representing the aspirations of the youth.

The Election Commission’s campaign, ‘My First Vote-For the Country’ was also mentioned by the Prime Minister, urging the first-time voters to make use of this initiative to cast their votes. PM Modi emphasized that the upcoming Lok Sabha will symbolize the aspirations of the youth, highlighting the significance of their participation in the electoral process.

PM Modi announced the temporary halt of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ during the Lok Sabha elections, respecting the political boundaries. However, he reassured that the achievements of the country will continue despite the pause in the radio programme. The Prime Minister shared his thoughts in the 110th episode of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’, addressing the importance of International Women’s Day on March 8.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, PM Modi expressed his admiration for the contribution of women power to the country’s progress. He recognized the advancements made by India’s women in various fields, stating that their achievements are propelling the nation forward. The PM emphasized the need to salute and celebrate the women power on this special day.

In conclusion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ addressed the significance of youth participation in the electoral process and highlighted the achievements of women power in the country. The temporary halt of the radio programme during the Lok Sabha elections was mentioned, with PM Modi emphasizing the importance of first-time voters in shaping the future of India.

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