Mob lynchings across the nation have been condemned and blamed on fake news and over zealous vigilantes, however, Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal connected the incidents with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity and alleged a conspiracy.
"As Modiji becomes more popular, such incidents will take place. When Bihar elections happened, we had award wapsi... When UP elections came, mob lynching happened. Now 2019 elections are about to take place and again, something will happen," said Meghwal.
The Indian women's hockey team started the world cup tournament with a draw against England at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. The Indian side ended 1-1 in the group B opener on Saturday.
India restricted world no. 2 England to find the nets despite their dominance from the starting. England got the first corner in the opening minute. However, that was drag-flicked by Indian Goalkeeper.
In the 8th minute, Hannah Martin won England's second penalty corner off the foot of an Indian defender,...
BJP national president Amit Shah on Saturday announced that current Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje will be the BJP's chief ministerial candidate for the state in its upcoming assembly elections.
"The assembly election will be contested under her leadership and she will again become the chief minister with a thumping majority," said Amit Shah at the concluding session of the BJP's state working committee meeting.
"The party will once again form governments in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh...
The 28th GST Council meeting on Saturday ended with several important decisions- exemption of sanitary napkins, Rakhi and more from GST, simplification in filing the returns, the benefit of input credit refund for the textile sector among other major decisions.
In a major relief to women of the country, the government took the major step to drop down the tax slab from 12 percent to Nil on Sanitary Napkins and other numerous items of different tax slabs that include Stone/Marble/Wood Deities...
Three terrorists have been shot dead on Sunday in the Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir in an operation launched after police constable Saleem Shah was kidnapped and killed in Kulgam on Saturday. At least one of the 3 killed terrorists is suspected of being from Pakistan.
Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) S P Vaid confirmed that 3 bodies of terrorists along with 3 weapons had been recovered from the encounter.
3 bodies of terrorists recovered with three weapons so far from...
At least 7 terrorists and 460 radicals are contesting in the Pakistan General Election that is scheduled to take place on July 25. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the biggest manifesto and issue at the general elections this time.
Surprisingly, the Pakistan Election Commission has allowed radical organizations associated with the terrorists to contest elections. Pakistan Election Commission has released a list of 3459 candidates who will be contesting for 272 seats.
Out of the total 3459 candidates,...
‘Baby Doll’ Fame Meet Brothers, Anjjan Bhattacharya Part Ways
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July 16 , 2015 , 13:07 IST
[caption id="attachment_83023" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Anjjan Bhattacharya shared his musical journey of almost 13 years with Meet Bros, Manmeet and Harmeet[/caption]
Singer-composer Anjjan Bhattacharya of musical trio Meet Brothers Anjjan, who have given chartbusters like "Baby doll", "Hangover" and "Chittiyaan kalaiyaan", has parted ways with Meet Bros -- brothers Manmeet and Harmeet Singh.
"It is true that we have separated from Anjjan professionally, but personally we are just the same. We have made some amazing tracks along with Anjjan which we will always cherish. Sometimes you have to part ways for the good and we are looking forward to work with him in future on selected projects," Manmeet and Harmeet said in a joint statement.
[caption id="attachment_83024" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Anjjan with Sunny Leone[/caption]
Bhattacharya, who shared his musical journey of almost 13 years with Meet Bros, has now taken an independent path, but the talented trio have decided to keep composing together as music directors when required by the producers.
"If someone wants to do different things while living in the same house it doesn't mean the house is broken," added Bhattacharya.
They recently composed music for upcoming Bollywood movies like "Welcome Back" and "Hero".