The ‘Jat Mahasabha’ protested against the recently released movie ‘Panipat’ in Agra on Monday. Demanding a ban on the film’s screening in the cinema halls of the city, members of the organisation said it portrayed ‘Bharatpur Maharaja’ Suraj Mal in a bad light.
The Yogi Adityanath government has begun work on a cow safari project, where it intends to keep between 15000 and 25000 stray cattle.
If you thought deepfakes were a problem, we have news for you. Snapchat is basically going to be using the same machine learning principles to let you put your face on other people’s faces in popular videos, GIFs etc. The aim is to make it look like you are starring in the videos.
Bollywood actor Esha Gupta has been vocal about the issues faced by women in the society and on Monday she talked of the need to end rape culture.
The government has approved admission of girls in five Sainik schools for the academic session 2020-21 after a pilot project and now decided to admit girls in all 31 Sainik Schools in the country for which a time-bound action plan will be implemented, Rajya Sabha was told on Monday.
An eerie silence has gripped Nariyar village in Bihar’s Saharsa district. Seven people from this village lost their lives in the massive fire in a Delhi factory on Sunday which killed 43 people.
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh cabinet on Monday approved a proposal to set up 218 fast track courts (FTCs) for speedy disposal of rape and child sexual abuse cases.
High drama was witnessed in Hisar after family members of a nine-year-old Dalit student protested outside a police station, alleging that her schoolteacher had blackened her face using a black sketch pen for scoring low in a test.
LUCKNOW A teacher of a private school in Jankipuram area was booked for allegedly causing ear injury to a Class 6 boy by slapping him. The case was registered against the teacher on the complaint filed by the victim Utkarsh’s father, said cops.
Realme has been aggressively marketing its upcoming wearable. The company’s first truly wireless headphones have gained attention for its resemblance to Apple AirPods. Realme on Monday announced it will launch the wireless headphones on December 17. It also disclosed the wearable will be called “Buds Air.”
Actor Shah Rukh Khan believes the #MeToo movement may have started in the West but it has given voice to women across the globe, including India, to share their stories of abuse and harassment. The 54-year-old actor says the movement has shone a light on the mistreatment of women in work space. “It started from there… in the West and it gave voice to women to come out and talk about something that may have happened some years back… It gave them enough support to come out with their stories.
With the competition growing from rival brand AEW, the WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has been cautious in granting releases to disgruntled superstars from their current contracts. Dean Ambrose, now known by in his in-ring moniker Jon Moxley in AEW, left the company after his contract ended in April. After making his first AEW appearance at Double or Nothing in May, Moxley sat down with Chris Jericho for an interview on the latter’s podcast “Talk is Jericho”, in which he talked about creative frustrations with the company, and the controlling nature of McMahon family.
There are no proposals or applications pending for opening of new engineering colleges in the country, Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said on Monday.
A hilarious video involving the BBC show Talking Movies and a dog riding pillion on bike has created a stir on Twitter. What’s adds on to the hilarity of the video is the caption that the Twitter user used while sharing it.
Bigg Boss 13 has welcomed several wild card entries in recent weeks with ex-couple Vishal Aditya Singh and Madhurima Tuli among them. While Vishal had joined the show in November, Madhurima entered the show last week. Now a new promo shows them fighting in the house.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over recent incidents of violence against women, saying they can’t step outside without fear.
Indian Olympic Association (IOA) president Narinder Batra on Monday met Home Minister Amit Shah to seek government support for hosting the 2026 Youth Olympics. Batra, who is also a member of the International Olympic Committee, said that one city out of New Delhi, Mumbai and Bhubaneswar will be chosen before presenting the bid. The IOC will then evaluate India’s bid for acceptance or approval.
Four months ago, on September 5 we reported how eight civic hospitals in Pune, including those named after the Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray and his late son, Bindumadhav, were lying wasted in Pune.