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Loksabha Elections 2019: Bollywood celebs who lost and won






Get the highlights to know which Bollywood Star won or lost in Lok Sabha Election 2019 . Lok Sabha Election 2019 Results are going to be enchanted by glamour as some of the Big Bollywood celebrities are making Political Debut giving tough fight to the veterans of big political parties from their respective constituency. So, in the Lok Sabha Battlefield we saw some prominent Bollywood personalities like Sunny Deol from Gurdaspur-Punjab (BJP), Urmila Matondkar from Mumbai North-Maharashtra, Prakash Raj from Bangalore Central-Karnataka (Independent) and Poonam Sinha from Lucknow-Uttar Pradesh (SP). Get the highlights here to know which Bollywood celebrity turned out to be a Hero or a Villain in the Lok Sabha Election 2019.



1. Misa Bharti- Lost 2. Prakash Ambedkar- Lost 3. Prakash Raj- Lost 4. Kanhaiya- Lost 5. Urmila- Lost 6. Shatrughan- Lost 7. Yakub Qureshi- Lost 8. Supriya- Lost 9. Dimple Yadav- Lost 10. Deve Gowda- Lost 11. Digvijaya- Lost 12. Atishi- Lost 13. Jyotiraditya- Lost  14. Sambith Patra

Manoj Kotak, BJP: Profile, Wiki, Caste, Age and Family

Manoj Kotak is an Indian politician belonging to the BJP. He is a powerful Gujarati leader from Mumbai. He currently represents the prestigious Mumbai North East Constituency in Lok Sabha. Replacing a towering and honest personality like Kirit Somaiya is not a small feat.


Before becoming an MP, Manoj was just a corporate. He had unsuccessfully fought Bhandup West Assembly constituency in 2014. Shiv Sena’s Ashok Patil was the winner. Manoj is also not considered an ideal choice for Shiv Sena. However, Thackeray family thought him to be better than that of Kirit Somaiya.


Following is the brief wiki and biography of Manoj Kotak:
Real Name: Manoj Kishore Bhai Kotak  

Age: 46 Years 
Father: Kishorebhai Jagjivandas 
Educational Qualification: 10th Pass  
Religion: Hindu  
 Caste: Gujarati Baniya
Birth Place: Mumbai  

Sunita Duggal, BJP: Profile, Wiki, Husband, Age and Caste

Sunita Duggal is an Indian politician and former IRS officer. She belongs to BJP and has won from Sirsa Lok Sabha constituency in 2019 General Election. Sunita is quite popular for her personal charisma. She was, in fact, in fray for 2014 Lok Sabha ticket from this seat. However, BJP didn’t take Sirsa as per pre poll alliance.


Sunita had also fought the last Assembly Election from Ratia, an INLD stronghold. In mere 15 days, she had shown her prowess.
Sunita comes from a highly educated family. Many of her family members are administrative and police officers. Her husband is also a HPS police officer. However, there isn’t as such any political connection of her family in the world of politics.

Following is the brief wiki and biography of Sunita Duggal:
Real Name: Sunita Duggal
Nick Name: Sunni
Age: 51 Years
Father: Mother:
Educational Qualification: M. Sc. in Chemistry
Religion: Hindu







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Electric three-wheelers and two-wheelers (under 150cc) are likely to become mandatory by April 2023 and April 2025, respectively.



Electric three-wheelers and two-wheelers (under 150cc) are likely to become mandatory by April 2023 and April 2025, respectively. These radical proposals of an expert panel, Times of India reports, are aimed at curbing vehicular pollution, reducing dependence on oil and making India a global EV manufacturing hub. Vehicles registered before the cut-off dates won’t be impacted but they will face a clear scrapping policy, along with penalties based on the “polluter pays” principle. Indians purchase over 2 crore two-wheelers every year, which together with autos and other three-wheelers make up 75% of the country’s traffic.

Facebook may launch cryptocurrency next year



Facebook has been in contact with US and British financial regulators with a view to launching its own cryptocurrency next year, the BBC reported on Friday.

"GlobalCoin" would work with a new digital payments system in about a dozen countries, starting in the first quarter of 2020, the broadcaster said on its website.
Previous reports have said Facebook is taking a serious look at blockchain technology under its "Project Libra", in part to tackle doubts about privacy among its many users following a series of scandals.


Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg has held talks with his old rivals the Winklevoss twins about the social media giant’s developing digital currency, the Financial Times reported Thursday.