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    Here’s the story behind the Punjab wax museum that sparked laughing riots

    On April 1, when most people were still rolling in the bed going through forwarded Easter or April Fool’s Day messages, ANI on their official Twitter handle tweeted about Prabhakar’s Wax Museum, a quirky museum featuring wax replicas of popular figures, in Ludhiana. ANI along with the pictures of statues tweeted, “Punjab: More than 52 wax statues of famous personalities from different walks of life were installed at Prabhakar’s Wax Museum in

  • SC/ST Row: Case registered against BJP worker for firing shots during protest

    Gwalior: A case registered against a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker Raja Chauhan for firing during a protest in Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior during the protest against the dilution of the Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe Act. Chauhan was allegedly captured in camera for firing at the people during the protest here.

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    BJP President Amit Shah to tour Odisha from tomorrow

    Bhubaneswar: BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to begin his two-day Odisha tour tomorrow, during which he would meet party leaders to discuss strategy for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Shah will also address two public meetings at Bhawanipatna in Kalahandi district and Bolangir on April 4 and 5 respectively, BJP state spokesman Sajan Sharma said.

  • Fake News: Journalist bodies flay Centre over the order

    New Delhi: Several journalist associations on Tuesday attacked a central government order that threatened to take away the accreditation of journalists who were found propagating fake news. But following widespread criticism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered to withdraw the order earlier in the day.

  • Offered to quit but PM asked me to fight: Babul Supriyo on Asansol violence

    Kolkata: Facing flak over violence in his parliamentary constituency Asansol, Union minister Babul Supriyo has said that he had offered to resign and quit politics but was stopped by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The minister of state for heavy industries said he had met the prime minister and offered to resign, but Modi stopped him and asked him to carry on his “fight”.

  • Style evolves with experimentation, says Yami Gautam

    Yami Gautam says there were times when she ended up making fashion mistakes, but she feels one’s sensibility evolves with more experimentation with style. “In current times, there is no dearth of fashion experts, stylists and clothing brands, but when it comes to fashion the only thing that matters is the comfort factor,” Yami said.

  • Abhishek Chaubey taught Sushant Singh Rajput to perform better

    Sushant Singh Rajput says his ‘Son Chiriya‘ director Abhishek Chaubey taught him to perform better. “While I was trying to do what you hired me to do, You also taught me how to do it better. And now I’m realising it and smiling. Gratitude is all I have Abhishek Chaubey. Thanks a lot my man! Cheers to Son Chiriya,” Sushant tweeted.

  • Sonakshi Sinha believes in hard work

    Sonakshi Sinha believes there is no substitute to hard work for achieving success. On scoring over 13 million fans on Twitter, Sonakshi treated her followers to a question and answer session.
    When a user asked: “What is your advice to all young people who want to succeed in life? “There is no substitute for hard work!” Sonakshi replied.
    Another fan asked about her fitness mantra, and she said: “Consistency is key!”

  • Abhay Deol: I was a reluctant actor

    Abhay Deol was determined to create his own identity when he made his debut over a decade ago but coming from a film family, the actor says he was conflicted about fame. Abhay says people initially expected him to follow in on the footsteps of his uncle Dharmendra and cousin Sunny Deol but he chose alternative cinema over commercial projects to assert his individuality.

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    SC/ST Act: Amit Shah slams Congress, says BJP stands with Dalits

    New Delh: BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday lashed out at the Congress and other opposition parties over their allegations of weakening the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Bill and assured that the Union government will protect every right of the Dalit community. In a series of tweets, the BJP chief also said that the government would protect every right of the Dalits and continue to fulfil their aspirations.

  • Pakistan Supreme Court acquits woman, 2 others in a murder case registered 20 years ago

    Karachi: A Pakistani woman and two others were acquitted by the Supreme Court today, 20 years after a triple murder case was registered against them. In 1998, Asma Nawab was alleged to have orchestrated the murder of her parents and brother over a love marriage, Geo TV reported. In 1999, the sessions court had ordered double death sentences for Asma, Farhan Khan and Javed Ahmed Siddiqui.