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Saturday, August 3, 2019

Sriram Venkitaraman, IAS: Bio, Wiki, Girlfriend, Age and Family

Sriram Venkitaraman is a flamboyant IAS officer of Kerala cadre. Known for taking tough decisions without worrying about political pressure, Sriram has gotten huge fan following over social media in India. He is popular not only in Kerala, but also even in the Northern belt of the country.

Communists hate him for his ruthless decision to remove land encroachment by Christian mafia in Munnar. The anti – encroachment drive led of Sriram had even led to the removal of a cross creating a havoc in Kerla. He was punished, but remained undeterred.

Following are some profile details of Sriram Venkitaraman
Personal Life:
Name: Sriram Venkitaraman
Nick Name: Shri
Date of Birth:
Age: NA
Birthplace: Thiruvanthapuram
Father:
Mother:
Educational Qualification:
- School:
- College: MBBS and MD (General Medicine) from Government Medical College, Thiruvanthapuram.
Caste: Brahmin


Relationship Status: In a relationship with Wafa Firoz.

News and Controversies: Sriram Venkitaraman is recently in news for a fatal accident involving him and Wafa in which a journalist was killed. Wafa was driving Vokswagon car and Sriram was with her. The car rammed into a bike at Museum Junction in Thiruvanthapuram. The bike was driven by a journalist Basheer who later succumbed to injury. Some eyewitnesses has said that it was Sriram who was driving the car and he was under the influence of alcohol.

Kerala journalist killed after Drunk IAS officer Sriram Venkataraman’s car rams into his bike




'Drunk' IAS officer Sriram Venkitaraman's car rams into bike, kills journalist K.M. Basheer at the odd hrs of saturday night,  Though police rushed Basheer to the Medical College hospital, he could not be saved. He is survived by wife Jaseela and two children.Venkitaraman has been admitted to a private hospital with a fractured arm.The police added that Venkitaraman was drunk during the time of the accident.

However, it was after much delay that a reluctant police confirmed that the car was indeed driven by the IAS officer. The police have also invited criticism for the manner in which they initially handled the case.

Human Rights Commission of India (IHS) today said that IAS officer Shriram Venkitaraman was driving drunk  . Human Rights Commission chief Justice Anthony Dominic has called for the state police chief to immediately intervene in the complaint and doubts that police had attempted to rescue Sriram. The commision has asked city police commissioner along with the state police chief  to  immediately investigate. Both should report within ten hours. The police seem to have made a serious mistake. According to the complaint received by the Human Rights Commission, there were eyewitnesses that the woman who was with an IAS officer who was also drunk.

The complaint alleges that an attempt was made to rescue the top official through the intervention of the  police. The complaint was filed by Salim Madavoor, national president of Lok Tantrik Yuva Janata Dal.

Kuldeep Singh Sengar wiki profile, unnav rape case

Kuldeep Singh Sengar is an Indian politician, a fourth-term MLA who has been accused of rape, murder, attempt to murder, criminal conspiracy and criminal intimidation. He is the accused perpetrator of the Unnao rape case and booked under the POCSO Act.

It has to be noted that Kuldeep Sengar is in jail for allegedly raping a teen 2 years ago. Amid the outrage, BJP expelled Kuldeep Sengar from the party on  30th July 2019.On taking so long to expel Kuldeep Sengar BJP says this decision is not a bill which can be passed in 5 minutes

Also, the Unnao district administration today has also cancelled three arms licences of Kuldeep Singh Sengar, accused in the Unnao rape case. Sengar had a gun, a rifle and a revolver registered in his name.

And today, BJP lawmaker Ashish Singh Ashu was seen in a video expressing his solidary for Kuldeep Singh Sengar and wishing that the tainted former BJP MLA would come out of the jail soon.


Political career
In 2002, he was a Bahujan Samaj Party candidate, winning the election from Unnao Sadar; it was the first time BSP won that seat since independence. Later he joined Samajwadi party and won a seat from Bangermau in 2007 and Bhagwant Nagar in 2012. He joined Bhartiya Janata Party in 2017 to contest the legislative election; he won against Bangarmau

Rape charges
Sengar allegedly raped a 17-year-old teen in Unnao, who approached him asking for a job on 4 June 2017. On 13 April 2018, he was taken in by the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning.

Murder and attempt to murder charges
On 28 July 2019, her two aunts were killed (and the rape victim and her lawyer seriously injured) when a truck rammed the car they were travelling in. The driver is associated with Sengar, who had allegedly threatened the family that "they would be killed one way or the other" if they did not withdraw the complaint. Sengar has been booked for murder, attempt to murder, criminal conspiracy, and criminal intimidation. The police FIR lists 10 persons including Sengar's brother Manoj Singh Sengar, Sashi Singh and his aides

On July 30th 2019 , Sengar was Expelled from his political party BJP following the rape.


Why has BJP not sacked rapist MLA Kuldeep Sengar earlier?   People associated with the rape victim are falling dead. A BJP MP is praising an alleged rapist for being a great public servant! If this doesn’t make your blood curdle don’t know what will. - Rahul Kanwal 




Why do we give people like Kuldeep Sengar the strength and protection of political power and abandon their victims to battle for their lives alone?
This FIR clearly states that the family was threatened and apprehensive. It even mentions the possibility of a planned accident. - Priyanka Gandhi Vadra





PM Narendra Modi in Surat: There used to be rapes in this country earlier too, it is a shame that we still hear about such cases. Now, culprits are hanged within 3 days, 7days, 11 days & a month. Steps are being taken continuously to get daughters justice & results are evident. - PM Narendra Modi on 3rd August 2019

TURMOIL IN KASHMIR: PEOPLE AWAIT IN LONG QUEUES NEAR ATMs



Panic after state home ministry order which asks tourists and pilgrims visiting Kashmir to return forthwith. Locals queue up outside petrol pumps to tank up, stores to pick provision. Utter chaos on Srinagar roads as people complain of no reassuring words from higher ups.

Article by Maneka Gandhi



An interesting scientific experiment took place last year. Two reasons. One is because it is about the air expelled from the anuses of living beings, popularly known as farting. The other, because the scientists investigating asked the public to send them information through a twitter handle called #doesitfart. The information has been printed in a book with the same name.

Fart, also known as flatulence, describes gas generated or held in the stomach or intestines and expelled through the anus. The scientific study of farts is called flatology Those who have the talent to fart at will are known as flatulists (or comedians).

Few people, and even less scientists, have been brave enough to even talk about this issue. It is usually a matter for pre-teenage boys’ jokes. But the study of the diet and digestive systems of animals is an important part of understanding how they survive and even how they affect climate change.

The data gathering mission was spearheaded by Daniella Rabaiotti, a Ph.D student at the University College of London, a member of the Zoological Society of London, and environmental researcher. She was asked whether snakes fart, and wrote asking a colleague, David Steen, a biologist at Auburn University. “Snakes sometimes discharge faeces and musk as a defensive strategy, and this is often accompanied by what I would consider classic fart noises,” he said. Rabaiotti decided to make a large study of different animals. From there #DoesItFart was born.

Hundreds of biologists, researchers, wildlife enthusiasts and laypersons have written in from all over the world. Nick Caruso, a PhD student at the University of Alabama, created a spreadsheet. Each entry was submitted to researchers to verify.

Here are some interesting details about gastric gases and how they are discharged out of the posterior portal:

Guinea pigs produce clouds of brown mist that “stink to high heaven.” Lions fart and so do Orangutans. Bobcats are supposed to be the smelliest with their “squirrel-based farts” (I doubt that they would be smellier than the person who sits next to you on a plane or in a closed car) They are in close competition with woodlice who excrete ammonia. The dog and the cat also emit gases (and often take the blame for their owner’s bad stomachs).

Here are some of the entries: “Do chimpanzees fart? Yes. “Worst when eating figs. So loud and frequent we locate them in forest occasionally by following the farts; Even worse when eating Cynometra seeds!” wrote University of Kent evolutionary anthropology Ph.D Adriana Lowe. Bats do, according to David Bennett, a PhD at Queen Mary University of London. And the bigger they are, the harder they honk.
Tapirs? Most mammals pass wind and some insects as well. Birds do not pass gas, They don’t have the same gas-producing bacteria in their gut that are found in mammals and other farting animals, and food passes quickly through a bird’s digestive system, which leaves no time for a build-up. Marine invertebrates such as oysters, whelks, salamanders, mussels and crabs do not fart either. The Pogonophoran Worm, the Jellyfish, Corals and Sea Anemones cannot fart as they lack anuses. If we count air coming out of the siphons of squid/octopus/cuttlefish as farting, yes, they do. Frogs can, and do, fart quite often and rather pungently. Rats can fart but they can’t burp. Turtles fart, and their farts smell incredibly bad.

It’s not only interesting which animals fart, but how they do. This is what the spread sheets say-

"The copperhead snake elicits a small squeak, so small that you think you may be mistaken, until it hits you. Very dry with a slight hint of stalemusk. The orangutan does it often and happily. The millipede emissions are of the silent but deadly variety (methane and hydrogen sulfide. Whereas most animals that fart have soft, fleshy derrières, millipedes have hard valves that probably act as silencers !)" Seal farts smell like lutefisk which is a Nordic dish made of lye that can drive anyone else out of the house. The Burmese Python "Thick and meaty? If it were a colour it would be brownish-yellow." "Spotted Hyenas are especially bad after eating camel intestines."

Herrings communicate with each other by expelling air through their anuses producing pulses of sound that is too high for their predators to hear.
Honey badgers emit smelly, suffocating secretions and gas from their anal glands, which they then use to mustard-bomb unsuspecting bee hives. This causes the bees to flee their homes and leave the honey behind for the honey badger.

Some snakes, like the Sonoran Coral Snake, also weaponize their farts and use them to scare off unsuspecting predators.

The gases vary in different species. Most farts contain hydrogen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and sulphurous gases (with the latter responsible for much of the smell), but scientists are concerned about another common component, methane, since it is a potent greenhouse gas. According to a paper published in the latest issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology, nearly 30 percent of Earth's methane emissions originate from plant eating animals grown for meat. According to the EPA, cows are among the top methane makers. Cows release an estimated 551 to over 1,100 pounds of methane per day. Goats produce a lot of methane in their stool, farts, belches and even breath. In 2015, an airplane in Singapore was forced to make an emergency landing when the smell of goat farts was mistaken for smoke in the cargo hold. The flight was diverted, inspected and delayed for hours, according to the Daily Mail. NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Science determined that a pig emits about 3.3 pounds of methane per year and a sheep produces 18 pounds of methane. A horse can produce 45.5 pounds of methane gas per year, but amounts vary. A lactating mare, for example, only releases 34 percent of the methane released by a lactating dairy cow. While elephants are not ruminant animals, they do produce an incredible amount of gas, however. According to the International Elephant Foundation, a car "could travel 20 miles on the amount of methane produced by one elephant in a single day."

Each adult person emits about a third of a pound of methane per year, according to the Goddard study. That is a fraction of what cows produce. The United Nations, however, estimates that there are at least 7 billion people on the planet now, so total methane output stacks up by sheer numbers alone.

Termites may be tiny, but they are mighty methane emitters. While an individual termite cannot produce much gas, a study published in the Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, from Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, determines that termites contribute methane "that accounts for at least 5% of all global emissions." Other researchers say that the percentage is much higher. According to Rentokil the pesticide company, cockroaches release more methane in relation to their body size than any other creature they’ve ever had to deal with.

A methyl mercaptan gas leak at a Dupont facility in Texas killed people . Farts contain not just methyl mercaptan, but other asphyxiants like flammable methane, nitrogen and dimethyl sulphides. The amounts depend on your diet. However, since each fart has only 110 millilitres of gas you cannot make a homemade weapon

Have fun! At least it’s a novel way to introduce children to serious science.





Maneka Sanjay Gandhi

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari collapsed during a public function



Solapur: Union minister Nitin Gadkari fell into trouble while attending a public rally in Solapur, Maharashtra. The minister was feeling dizziness during the national anthem at Solapur University and then sat on a chair. he was taken to a hospital.

Doctors said Nitin Gadkari's condition is satisfactory The preliminary conclusion is that the minister had suffered a debilitating overdose of a throat medication. The minister canceled other programs and returned to Nagpur.

In December last year, Nitin Gadkari collapsed while attending a graduation ceremony of the Mahatma Gandhi Agricultural University in Ahmednagar. The minister had tweeted that he was suffering from low blood sugar levels.

Sushmita Sen decided to marry at the age of 42



Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen is all set to marry at the age of 42, Starting in 2017 she has been dating this young model named Rohman Shall. However, according to the latest reports, the field is ready for the couple's marriage. When is Susmitha's wedding? If you go into details ..



Sushmita Sen has made a name for herself in the Indian film industry. The film has won many awards for its beauty and appreciation of the film. However, only a few years gave her career a break. After the Bengali film 'Nirbhak' in 2015, she is yet to star again.



Sushmita Sen who is now 42 years old, is dating a young man named Rohaman Shal, who is 15 years younger than her. Rani and Alisha, are her two adopted  children. 



Susmita's wedding at the end of 2019

Sushmita Sen is planning to get married in late 2019 with her boyfriend Rohman Shaul. They are planning to tie the knot in November or December 2019. According to reliable sources, Sushmita's children also agreed to the marriage.

Actress Dia mirza files for divorce with Sahil Sangha

Former model and Miss India and actress Dia Mirza files for divorce with Sahil Sangha and shared the information with fans. The two separated after five years of marriage. Their wedding was in 2014. The couple had been dating for seven years. Divorce is by mutual consent. Diya and Sahil have made it clear that even if they separate, they will live together as mutual friends.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

People are loving Zomato’s response after a customer asks for a Hindu delivery person

In response to a customer who canceled his order because the company didn't accommodate his request of a Hindu driver, the food delivery app said, "Food doesn’t have a religion. It is a religion." This prompted many people to share support messages for the company

Smriti Irani and Ravishankar Prasad to get front row seat in Loksabha



The House is set to change the coveted front row of MPs in Parliament, since 6 senior parliamentarians who were front benchers have not returned to the house. Speaker Om Birla today announced that the cabinet of ministers Smriti Irani and Ravi Shankar Prasad have front row seats. The new arrangement will be implemented from the next session. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, Rural Development Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and HD Sadanand Gowda are among the leaders in front row. 

The leading change is to indicate the changing equations of the BJP. LK Advani and Sushma Swaraj were leaders in the first Modi government. Many of them are not in the Lok Sabha because they did not contest the elections.

VG Siddhartha: The owner of the CCD wanted to fight for the country but could not fight himself



VG Siddharth, the son-in-law of former Karnataka Chief Minister SM Krishna and the CCD, ie Café Coffee Day, was missing from July 29.

Deputy Commissioner of South Kannada Shashikant Senthil S said that Siddharth was missing from the bridge of Netravati river on July 29 and his body was recovered from the bank of river on Hoogebazar on July 31.

Senthil said that the search team was running a search operation on July 30 from Hoigebazar. This investigative campaign was started at the behest of local fishermen. The administration says that the formalities of the rest of the dead body are being met. The search team chose the location of the search operation on the fishermen's say.

Mangaluru police commissioner Sandeep Patil says that Siddharth's family members have been informed and the body has been brought for postmortem at Vernal Hospital. The dead body of Siddhartha will be brought to Mudigere's hale in Chikmangalur district and it is unheard of here.

Who was VG Siddhartha? Life Of The King Of Coffee



The body of VG Siddhartha, the founder of the famous coffee shop chain Cafe Coffee Day, was discovered by the Indian Navy and the Karnataka Police after a massive search at Netravati River. The rumors surrounding his disappearance ceased. Siddhartha was thrown into a deep depression when his dream empire collapsed.

But those who knew him would say that Siddhartha was not one to lose his heart in defeat. Siddhartha was eighteen years old when he received his first defeat of his life. In the year 1978 he failed in the first attempt in the admission test to the National Defense Academy, a training institute for Indian military officers. Siddhartha wanted to be a military officer fighting for the motherland. Addressing the students of Kanpur IT in 2016, he said that the biggest tragedy of his life was not being able to pass that exam.

He did not give up on that defeat. He went straight to St. Aloysius College, a 140-year-old college in Mangalore. From that college, Siddhartha learned the basics of economics. He left with a Masters Degree in Economics.

He studied economics and became acquainted with Karl Marx. At one time, he would have been leading the Communist Party. But he learned one thing from studying the history of the Russian Communist Party. The parties that came to power on the basis of ideology soon put him in the tragedy of disregarding the core of those principles.

His last years of college were in the eighties. At that time, Siddhartha thought like a Robin Hood how to divide the rich and distribute to the poor. He realized how difficult it is to make money in this poor country.

He was the only heir to a coffee plantation in Chikmagalur, India, with 130 years of tradition. Yet, Siddhartha did not look back to his father's business for some time. His interest was in the stock exchanges on Dalal Street. He continued to live in Mumbai until 1985 and returned to his homeland that year. That return was determined to help his father in business and thrive. They have been cultivating coffee since the 1870s, and have since grown to over 300 acres of coffee plantations.



Siddhartha was not ready to take over his father's estate. Instead, he borrowed Rs 7 lakh from his father as capital for his future business dreams. He came to Bengaluru with the money and opened an office there. He re-invested in the share market, concentrating on that office. The goal was to raise money for his future work in the coffee market. Siddhartha made a profit of Rs 1-2 lakh per day utilizing the existing loopholes in the stock market. With the money he received, he began to buy orchards beyond his father's coffee plantations. By 1991, Siddhartha owned almost 5,000 acres of coffee plantation.

He studied economics and became acquainted with Karl Marx. At one time, he would have been leading the Communist Party. But he learned one thing from studying the history of the Russian Communist Party. The parties that came to power on the basis of ideology soon put him in the tragedy of disregarding the core of those principles.

His last years of college were in the eighties. At that time, Siddhartha thought like a Robin Hood how to divide the rich and distribute to the poor. He realized how difficult it is to make money in this poor country.

He was the only heir to a coffee plantation in Chikmagalur, India, with 130 years of tradition. Yet, Siddhartha did not look back to his father's business for some time. His interest was in the stock exchanges on Dalal Street. He continued to live in Mumbai until 1985 and returned to his homeland that year. That return was determined to help his father in business and thrive. They have been cultivating coffee since the 1870s, and have since grown to over 300 acres of coffee plantations.



Siddhartha was not ready to take over his father's estate. Instead, he borrowed Rs 7 lakh from his father as capital for his future business dreams. He came to Bengaluru with the money and opened an office there. He re-invested in the share market, concentrating on that office. The goal was to raise money for his future work in the coffee market. Siddhartha made a profit of Rs 1-2 lakh per day utilizing the existing loopholes in the stock market. With the money he received, he began to buy orchards beyond his father's coffee plantations. By 1991, Siddhartha owned almost 5,000 acres of coffee plantation.

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