Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut's much-anticipated film of the year, 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi' trailer launched on Tuesday at Wadala’s IMAX Theater in Mumbai.
The makers decided to launch the trailer of this mammoth project in a grand style. Kangana Ranaut attended the event and looked like a warrior queen in a red saree with complimenting Indian jewellery that oozed royalty.
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Indian national Hamid Ansari who spent three years in a Pakistani jail on charges of espionage after being arrested in 2012, will return home on Tuesday.
On Thursday, the Peshawar High Court gave the federal government a month deadline to complete his repatriation process.
Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Mohammad Faisal informed, "Ansari is being released upon completion of his sentence and is being repatriated to India."
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Congress senior leader, Kamal Nath soon after taking charge as Madhya Pradesh chief minister on Monday signed off on a massive farm loan waiver as promised by the Congress during its poll campaign. He cleared the proposal of waiving farm loans up to Rs 2 lakh.
The order stated, "Madhya Pradesh Government has taken a decision to write off short-term crop loan of eligible farmers up to the limit of Rs two lakh, as on March 31, 2018, from nationalised and cooperative banks."
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Chhattisgarh’s Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel relinquished farmers loan amounting to Rs 61 billion of more than 16 lakh farmers, on Monday as promised by Rahul Gandhi.
The agricultural loan waiver was the Congress key promise to the farmers of Chhattisgarh ahead of the Assembly polls.
The decision came a few hours after his Madhya Pradesh counterpart did the same in his state. The new government also decided to raise the minimum support price of paddy to Rs 2,500 per quintal.
Delhi’s Patiala House Court adjourned the Aircel Maxis deal case till 11th January in both CBI and ED cases and also extended the protection of P Chidambaram and his son Karti, on Tuesday.
The decision came after ASG Tushar Mehta sought time to collate and collect more documents related to the case.
Chidambaram had filed the plea for protection from arrest in the ED case on May 30 this year after which he got relief from the court on various occasions.
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The makers of 'Saaho' officially announced that Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor starrer action entertainer will release on the occasion of Independence Day in 2019.
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Doctored JNU Videos: Delhi Govt Plans To File Case Against TV Channels
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March 4 , 2016 , 10:51 IST
The Delhi government is contemplating to file a case against TV channels for allegedly doctoring videos of the controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) event on February 9.
The Aam Aadmi Party led-government has earlier sent the magisterial probe report on the JNU row to its legal team to examine whether any action could be taken on the basis of it.
The probe did not find any evidence of JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar raising anti-India slogans at a controversial event in the university, the allegation based on which he was slapped with sedition charge by police.
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"Government has sent the fact-finding report prepared by the New Delhi DM to its legal team. The legal team will examine whether action, if any, can be taken on the basis of the report," a senior government official said.
Sources said AAP government may also consider criminal action against those news channels which had aired doctored footage related to the controversial event on February 9.
According to the report, anti-national slogans were shouted at the campus and JNU administration has already identified a "few faces" who were "clearly" heard raising them.
The magisterial probe report said their whereabouts must be found out and their role must be investigated.
The report said "nothing adverse" could be found against Kumar and that no witness or video was available to support the allegation against the varsity's students' union president. Kumar was granted interim bail for six months in the case by the Delhi High Court yesterday.
It said seven videos of the event were sent to a Hyderabad-based forensic laboratory and three out them were found to be doctored, including a clipping of a news channel.