MP: Tribal Man Stripped, Thrashed, Hung Upside Down, 2nd Such Incident to Be Reported This Week topsattamatka

Last Updated: February 14, 2024, 13:45 IST The incident took place in November last year. (Representative Image: IANS) The video of the incident, where the victim can be seen hanging upside down from the roof and mercilessly beaten with sticks and belts, went viral on social media A horrific incident of alleged assault on a … Read more

Dalit Groom Assaulted, Abused for Riding Horse During Wedding Procession; 4 Held topsattamatka

Last Updated: February 14, 2024, 12:47 IST The accused person hurled casteist slurs at the groom, objecting to him riding the horse. (Representative Image) The incident took place on Monday afternoon in Chadasana village when the accused persons also hurled casteist abuses at the Dalit groom Four persons have been arrested for allegedly attacking a … Read more

Poll U-Turn? Throwback to 2007 When ‘Kisan Sympathiser’ Cong Snubbed Swaminathan Commission’s MSP Formula topsattamatka

Last Updated: February 14, 2024, 11:58 IST Farmers gather at the Punjab-Haryana Shambhu border during their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march, in Patiala district, Tuesday. (PTI) The UPA government had rejected the recommendation of the MS Swaminathan Commission, saying it will “distort the market” and be “counter-productive” The Congress is now promising the moon to the farmers … Read more

Kerala Lottery Result Today LIVE: Fifty Fifty FF-84 WINNERS for February 14, 2024; First Prize Rs 1 Crore! topsattamatka

Published By: Nibandh Vinod Last Updated: February 14, 2024, 08:59 IST Thiruvananthapuram [Trivandrum], India Kerala Lottery Fifty Fifty FF-84 Result: The first prize winner of Fifty Fifty FF-84 will get Rs 1 crore. (Image: Shutterstock) Kerala Lottery Result Today Guessing Numbers: Check the Live Updates and district-wise full list of winning numbers for Fifty Fifty … Read more

‘Mindless Development’: Why Karnataka Govt Scrapped Plan to Build Multi-storey in Bengaluru’s Cubbon Park topsattamatka

Call it public pressure or a fear of backlash from voters ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the Karnataka Government reversed its stance and yielded to demands to scrap plans to build a ten-storey building in Bengaluru’s Cubbon Park. One of the city’s last few green spaces was under the threat of a series of … Read more

India in Top Gear as it Races to Become World’s Biggest Automobile Manufacturer topsattamatka

India has big plans for the future, one of which is to become the world’s biggest automobile manufacturer by 2029. Union minister Nitin Gadkari said the rise of India’s automobile sector to the numero uno position will coincide with the country’s arrival as the world’s third biggest economy by 2029. Already, India is the world’s … Read more

Delhi High Court Re-notifies PFI’s Plea Challenging 5-Year Ban to April 4 topsattamatka

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday re-notified the plea filed by the Popular Front of India (PFI) challenging the order of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act or UAPA tribunal, which upheld the five-year ban imposed on the organisation by the central government for hearing to April 4. The bench of Acting Chief Justice Manmohan and … Read more

Law on MSP? Farmers Protest At Delhi’s Doorstep | Farmers Protest 2024 | English News | News18 topsattamatka

Law on MSP? Farmers Protest At Delhi’s Doorstep | Farmers Protest 2024 | English News | News18 The chief reason why farmers from Punjab are on a ‘Delhi Chalo’ march once again after the 2020-21 protests for repeal of three farm laws is the demand for legal guarantee for minimum support price (MSP) for their … Read more

Farmers’ Protest: Security Beefed Up to Stop Protesters’ March to Delhi, Govt Asks Them To Join Talks | Top Points topsattamatka

Curated By: Saurabh Verma Last Updated: February 13, 2024, 22:26 IST Union Agriculture Minister Arjun Munda said that there will be a need for consultation. (Photo: PTI) Multi-layer barricades, concrete blocks, iron nails and walls of containers have been placed at the Ghazipur, Singhu and Tikri borders, with the deployment of a large number of … Read more