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Alka Lamba, Removed From AAP WhatsApp Group, Spells Out Exit Plan



After Being Thrown Out of Whatsapp Group, MLA Alka Lamba Wants to Quit AAP in 2020.Lamba claimed that she was removed from the group after praising Naveen Patnaik for winning a fifth term as chief minister of Odisha, a move which, she said, did not go down well with the AAP leadership.

Sharing screenshots of the WhatsApp group on Twitter, which purportedly shows that she was removed by AAP's North East Delhi candidate Dilip Pandey, she lashed out at Kejriwal and asked why she was being held responsible for the party's crushing loss in the Lok Sabha elections.

Justice For Payal – Justice demanded for Mumbai Medical Student who Committed Suicide




Dr. Payal Tadvi is a postgraduate student of gynecology who committed suicide after being continuous torture by three of her seniors. Payal Tadvi coming from the Tribal category in rural areas commits suicide after casteist slurs and torture by seniors, identified as Dr. Hema Ahuja, Dr. Bhakti Mehar, and Dr. Ankita Khandelwal.

Ashok Gehlot, Kamal Nath and P Chidambaram put sons above party interest: Rahul Gandhi



Congress Working Committee rejected the resignation of party president Rahul Gandhi. Rahul took the responsibility of losing the Lok Sabha and offered to withdraw from the post. In the meeting of Congress Working Committee on Saturday, Rahul also expressed his anger over senior leaders. Rahul said that these senior leaders kept their personal interest above the party interest.

PM Modi talks inclusivity, will BJP follow ?

Prime Minister, has set a goal for MPs and government the “challenge” of winning minority communities’ “faith, trust and support”. If PM Modi agrees that the fear in minority should be removed by inclusivity then the question is that the cow vigilant groups and hardcore hindu groups leave violence ? He said if his first term was about “Sabka sath, sabka vikas (Alongside all, development for all)”, his second would stand for “Sabka sath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas (Alongside all, development for all, trust of all)”.

Ex Chairman Jet airways , Naresh Goyal and wife stopped from flying out of India



Grounded Airlines Jet Airways Ltd founder Naresh Goyal and his wife Anita Goyal were stopped from flying to Dubai today by the immigration authorities in Mumbai, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

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

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.

"Smriti...who?"



Video courtesy : NDTV 

"Smriti...who?" was Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's response to a question about Smriti Irani, who was contesting election against her brother, Rahul, in Amethi back in 2014. During a road show, Priyanka, campaigning for Rahul Gandhi, had taken potshots at Smriti Irani by refusing to acknowledge her candidature against her brother.

This comment has come back to haunt the Congress party after its president Rahul Gandhi lost its home turf Amethi to Union minister Smriti Irani in a close contest. The video is trending on social media today after Irani's victory.

Arvind Panagariya’s mantra to Modi

As Tsu-NaMo takes India by storm, Arvind Panagariya, Former VC Niti Aayog talks about some of the key focal points for govt in first 100 days and issues in front of NDA-2. he has shared 10 kick start ideas on nation televisions. One of the key mantra from Arvind to Modi is privatization of PSU. Corporate profit tax to be rolled back to 25 % and remove exemption so that actual collection does not decline. The govt. could also by rolling back the tarrif that has been raised in the past two years in trade front.


It is feasible for the government to privatise one public sector undertaking or PSU every week, Arvind Panagariya, former Vice Chairman, Niti Aayog and a noted economist has recommended to the BJP led NDA which saw a sweeping success in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. He said the government should speed up the privation of PSUs. The cabinet already approved the privatisation of more than 2 dozens of PSUs on the recommendations of think tank Niti Aayog last year.

Brexit impasse: Theresa May resigns effective June 7

After a tumultuous turn of events, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her decision to step down, deepening the Brexit crisis. Lack of consensus in her own party was visible with respect to the Brexit Bill likely to be introduced on May 24 – her fourth such attempt.The resignation will signal the formal start of a leadership contest during which May would remain as caretaker prime minister.

"I will resign as leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party on Friday, 7th June," May said.



"The process for electing a new leadership should begin in the following week," she said.


The leadership race is expected to take several weeks.

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy (YSRCP) ready to take oath as CM

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) is getting ready to take oath as CM of Andhra Pradesh.The YSRCP Legislature Party will meet on May 25 to formally elect its chief Jaganmohan Reddy as leader, party sources said Thursday. Reddy will take oath as Chief Minister in the temple-town of Tirupati on May 30, the sources said.

Prakash Raj says LS results a slap, vows to keep fighting for 'secular' India

BENGALURU: Prakash Raj, who is contesting the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as an independent candidate from Bengaluru Central, has conceded defeat but the actor has vowed to keep fighting for a "secular India". The National Award winning actor is pitted against Rizwan Arshad of the Congress and sitting BJP MP P C Mohan. 

The poll battle is currently led by Mohan with over 5.4 lakh votes as against Arshad's tally of 4.9 lakh votes. Raj is way behind at 25,881 votes, according to the ElectionCommission. 

Taking to Twitter, Raj wrote, "A SOLID SLAP on my face... As More ABUSE, TROLL and HUMILIATION come my way... I WILL STAND MY GROUND... My RESOLVE to FIGHT for SECULAR INDIA will continue." 
 

Smriti Irani leading over Rahul Gandhi in Amethi

The Congress President is trailing behind the Bharatiya Janata Party's Smriti Irani in the Uttar Pradesh constituency that has historically been a Congress stronghold. Gandhi is leading, however, in Kerala's Wayanad

What will be Amit Shah's portfolio in new Modi cabinet ?



Narendra Modi who is poised to return with an even bigger mandate than in 2014. The election results has proved that there is currently no figure to match Modi's charm. However the role of Amit Shah cannot be ignored from 2014 to 2019. In five years he was BJP's chief strategist and developed a winning formula through alliances and winning the heart of voters.

Niki Lauda, three-time Formula One world champion, dies aged 70

The former Formula One driver and three-time world champion Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70, his family has said. The Austrian died overnight on Monday, eight months after receiving a lung transplant.

The inspirational comeback - 
Niki Lauda will be remembered for arguably the most remarkable and courageous comeback in sport.

At the 1976 German Grand Prix, Lauda was trapped in a fireball inferno. He had swerved off track at the Nurburgring, hit the wall, his car caught on fire.

But just 40 days after he almost burnt to death at the wheel of his Ferrari, sustaining injuries so catastrophic he was read the last rites in hospital, Lauda returned to his Formula One cockpit.

"I got so upset because of this incident with the priest, that I put more effort into not dying," said Lauda, decades later.

The Rivalry of Niki Lauda and James Hunt

After winning his first Formula One Drivers Championship in 1975, Luda won four of the first six races in 1976 and looked destined to defend his title but that is when his life took a turn, that would later define him.

Lauda was so badly injured in that accident at the 1976 German Grand Prix that a priest gave him the last rites as he lay in a coma.

His Ferrari had slammed into a barrier and then burst into flames as it spun back onto the track, where an oncoming car hit it again. By the time he was pulled from the wreckage, his face, scalp and right ear were severely burnt and his lungs scorched.

In Lauda's absence, Hunt became the favourite to win the title. However, it was then that Lauda displayed resiliance and grit that he will be remembered forever for.

Just six weeks later, his burns bandaged and raw, he was racing again, vying to retain his Formula One world title. It remains one of the sport's most memorable acts of courage and defiance.

In the comeback race, just six weeks after the crash at the Italian Grand Prix, Lauda finished fourth, with the champion racer ending the race soaked in blood through his unhealed wounds.

In the last race of the season in Japan, Lauda came in trailing three points behind Hunt. Unfortunately he wasn't able to finish the last race of the season, as he ended the year second overall to James Hunt in the World Championships.

Even before his crash his buck teeth earned him the nickname "The Rat", and he would later recall that his friend and rival James Hunt told him he looked better after the accident than before.

"It's finished. I live today and think of tomorrow. Take the experience," Lauda had said.

Lauda's life has been of great inspiration to many but his battle with health was not something new and it eventually took his life as well.


NPP Lawmaker, His Son Among 11 Killed By Militants In Arunachal Pradesh



A lawmaker and his son were among 11 people killed by NSCN (IM) militants in Arunachal Pradesh's Tirap district today. Two others were critically injured in the attack.

Thousands Affected After Delhi Metro Snag On Gurgaon Route, Jams Reported



Thousands of commuters in Delhi and Gurgaon were stranded this morning after metro services on the Yellow line were affected due to technical glitches.


The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has said "repair work is in progress between Qutub Minar and Chhattarpur metro stations". The services have been "partially normalised" between the two stations. "Single line is operational at the moment," the DMRC tweeted.


Passengers of two trains between the two metro stations were evacuated this morning after the services were affected, the DMRC had earlier said.

CBI files an affidavit in Supreme Court against Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav in connection with a disproportionate assets case

CBI files an affidavit in Supreme Court against Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav in connection with a disproportionate assets case,The CBI, in the affidavit, gives clean chit to Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav in the disproportionate assets case registered against them. CBI further said, it did not find any evidence to register a Regular Case (RC) against the father and son.

Exit Poll Results 2019; Modi may come out even stronger than last elections

Party workers at the BJP headquarters were enthused and confident of the massive victory right from the beginning of the polls.The party workers were busy overseeing the preparations for the Dinner - Day on May 23rd and said the exit polls had underlined what they were always confident about. Chandra babu on the other hand has gone to meet mamta banarjee today. In Madhya Pradesh BJP has asked congress to show majority in State. The trajectory of the polls can’t be ignored. Even those that are least optimistic about the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s chances say it would be within striking distance of a majority if it could add a few more coalition partners. All media houses are predicting Modi's victory.

Others suggest that Prime Minister Narendra Modi could actually improve upon his extraordinary 2014 victory.

Ashok Lavasa , Election Commissioner Opts Out Of Meetings Over Clean Chit

Ashok Lavasa – the election commissioner who was not in agreement with the decision to give PM
Narendra Modi and
Amit Shah clean chits in the MCC violation complaints – has reportedly recused himself from all meetings on the issues.

As reported by NDTV today , Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa has stopped attending meetings to decide on violations of the Model Code of Conduct over his "minority decisions going unrecorded". Some of his objections involve the Election Commission's clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in six instances.