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  1. You know how most of the time, Bollywood takes inspiration from real-life incidents and makes big blockbuster movies out of it? Now imagine the opposite happening, except inspiration gets drawn not from the feel-good and motivational movies but from the twisted old Bollywood movies that left people wondering what just happened. Wife swapping racket operating on social media busted in Kerala. Till now 7 arrested Many professionals, including doctors & lawyers, were part of social media groups & they operated through fake identities. Some groups had 5000 members Some women were forced by their husbands — Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) January 10, 2022 We are talking about the hit movie Ajnabee starring Akshay Kumar and Bobby Deol that got famous for two things - Bipasha Basu’s horrific dance on the piano and the concept of ‘wife swapping’ that gets introduced by Akshay Kumar in a gesture that went on to become iconic. © DNA India Turns out, something similar has transpired in real life as a wife-swapping racket has genuinely been uncovered through the help of social media where police found almost 5000 couples involved in this racket. © iStock The arrest took place on Sunday in the Karukachal town of Kerala’s Kottayam district where the police arrested a man and took six others into custody for allegedly being part of a racket that included couples swapping partners for illegal sexual activities. Turns out, the racket was being operated through mediums like Facebook and Telegram. The entire matter came to the fore after a wife had lodged a complaint with the police against her husband, accusing him of presenting her to his inline friends for such activities. The police started digging into the matter and found a network operating out of Kottayam that dealt with wife-swapping. The statistics, as well as the details of this racket, have been downright horrifying. © iStock The 5000 people who were active on this network included several professionals, such as lawyers and doctors, who had joined using fake names and identities. The activities would include wife swapping, cuckolding, threesomes and unnatural ***, according to TOI. Some Bollywood movies leave a bad example. Old movie of Akshay and Bobby was on this theme — Nirmal W (@nirmalw) January 10, 2022Kuchh jyada hi progressive log hain waha! — Mr. X (@frnd899) January 10, 2022Good to hear of swift action by police. Only quick & stringent punishment to those caught will ensure safety of women from such hideous men. Society needs to be vigilant and report abuse of women. Seems to crop up across India.https://t.co/UACk1vACY9https://t.co/VpkCworHfx — Sunil Ramakrishnan (@schunell) January 10, 2022A police officer who opened up on the case shared, “Many wives who are forced into this against their wishes are showing suicidal tendencies and so we need to investigate with extreme care. Almost 90% of the women are not comfortable with it, they are brainwashed into this." It is a shame that people would go to these lengths to force their own spouses into such a filthy business. Police are currently still investigating the matter. Source: Times of India View the full article
  2. Around 10,000 British Sikhs attended the Gurdwara Ramgarhia at Woodland Avenue, Slough to vote for Khalistan Referendum
  3. "Yaar, tu therapy ke liye jaata hai? Sab theek hai na?” Mental health is our biggest concern in this new decade. We are living through a global pandemic; we live in a society that doesn’t believe in seeking help, and above all, mental health care isn’t available to all. But despite the challenges, we are trying to break the barriers. We are trying to breach the high walls and start a conversation about therapy. In an attempt to do the same, MensXP Experiences has been conducting monthly webinars on mental health. It dedicated July to ‘Let’s Talk Therapy’ in partnership with the MINDS Foundation. For everyone who has ever wondered if he/she needs therapy, ‘Let’s Talk Therapy’ busted all their doubts, answered some never-asked questions, and encouraged an honest dialogue. MensXP Experiences touched a wide range of topics through their free webinars and here are the highlights from the July edition: Why Therapy? Unsplash Addressing the most basic and rarely asked questions around mental health, our MINDS Foundation counselor, Pragya Lodha broke down what a therapy session looks like and how it helps you overcome hindrances that are affecting your mental health and happiness. She also explained the different kinds of therapies that are involved in the healing process and how to pick a mental health expert. Destigmatizing Therapy Pexels We are most certainly a long way from making therapy (cool? nah!) acceptable in India. The word “Mental Health” still carries a lot of baggage and stigma around it. Psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Dr. Snehal Thamke conducted a free webinar to speak about the negative connotations around mental health care and how to overcome it. Mental Health In The Digital Age Unsplash As we scroll through our phone screens, we often spot anonymous trolls leaving their toxic negativity under public posts. Dealing with faceless trolls in a superficial digital world is taxing. Co-Founder and CEO of Yuva, Nikhil Taneja partnered with Maalavika Manoj, Musician and MINDS Ambassador to talk about ways to detoxify and take care of your mental health on a daily basis. Men & Mental Health Unsplash “Be a man, yaar!” Anything associated with therapy and mental health seems to challenge a man’s masculinity. This toxic trait needs to go. How? Well, it’s about changing one mindset after another. Psychiatrist and Founder of The MINDS Foundation, Dr. Raghu Appasani brought in a special panelist to discuss why mental health is not just a hashtag. That’s not all, MensXP Experience is geared up for a whole new set of free webinars all through the month of August on Men & Mental Health. Stay tuned for more updates! View the full article
  4. It’s the year 2020 and bizarre is the new normal, ergo nothing is surprising anymore. On Thursday evening, the Mumbai police, in a surprise press conference, made shocking revelations which, in turn, have garnered a huge response from people across the country including the top most journalists on social media. The Mumbai police has named three channels including the Arnab Goswami-owned Republic TV for allegedly manipulating Television Rating Points (TRP) and using them to 'spread fake narratives and gain ad revenues'. View the full article
  5. Outside authorities found several cells that featured modern bathrooms with hot showers, full-sized refrigerators, coffee makers, microwave ovens and stereo loudspeakers. Photo: AFPInmates at an Indonesian prison paid for luxury cells equipped with...
  6. After 70 years of independence, with electricity reaching Leisang village in Manipur, India finally became fully electrified. It was on 15th August 2015 that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised electrification of all remaining villages within 1000 days. The task took 988 days to be completed but the government is facing flak for claiming all the credit for an electrified India. © BCCL In a series of tweets on Sunday, Ravi Nair busted the myth that Modi government was solely responsible for providing electricity all across the country. In 1947, about 1500 villages were electrified in India. In the next 44 years - by 1991 - this number reached 481,124 villages. That means, 10,934 villages were electrified every year in an average. From 2014-18, this average is 4346 villages per year!! — Ravi Nair (@t_d_h_nair) April 29, 2018 The tweets showed government data which proved that the average of villages electrified under the Narendra Modi led initiative was less than the overall average of previous six decades. Data sources are all govt documentshttps://t.co/FMPYbtN5yD pic.twitter.com/PRMH7eutiR — Ravi Nair (@t_d_h_nair) April 29, 2018 Im afraid of Modi govt deleting or hiding crucial documents and data. Before they do, taken the screenshots of the provided link pic.twitter.com/6gPxsATQJu — Ravi Nair (@t_d_h_nair) April 29, 2018 Even the numbers from the UPA regime fetched from the government data were twice as better than the current government. From 2005-06 to 2013-14 a total of 1,07,650 villages were electrified under the Rajiv Gandhi Vidyutikaran Yojna which turns out to an average of 11,961 villages a year. The average under the current government is just 4,346 villages per year in the period 2014-18. Only 18,000 villages were left to be electified when the Modi government came to power in 2014. © BCCL While it's true that the last mile is often the toughest, the government's tall claims of being the sole proprietor of electrification in India without giving due credit to the previous administrations is deplorable, to say the least.
  7. One of India's most successful Test captains, an absolute God of the off-side, a tough and uncompromising leader; Sourav Ganguly held many distinctions during his cricketing career. There were a few who surely laughed at his athleticism, but others took immense pride in his ability to galvanise a side. Even after his retirement, the 'Prince of Kolkata' continues to serve the gentleman's game. If his upfront and frank analysis of the game as a commentator earned him a lot of respect, his contributions - as the President of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) - towards the development of cricket at the grassroots level goes on to highlight the kind of commitment he brings to the table. Away from the sport, Ganguly is a proud Bengali. He loves his sleep, can't resist 'machher jhol' and eagerly awaits Durga Puja every year. Right from his international debut in 1992 till date, Ganguly - barring the sensational Greg Chappell debacle - has rarely witnessed a forgetful moment. Instagram/@sganguly99 However, it appears, that there was one particular moment that Dada just can't get over. In his upcoming book 'A Century Is Not Enough', the 45-year-old disclosed the embarrassing moment when he tried to attend the Durga Puja in a disguise. And, we kid you not, Dada was dressed as a 'Sardarji'. Yep, you read that right. Juggernaut Books During his playing days when he was leading the Indian team, Dada was trying to attend the most important and biggest Bengali festival when, in a bid to avoid the crowd and fanfare in Kolkata, he decided to don the Harbhajan-esque turban to complete his 'Punjabi avatar'. I am super excited to give you a first look at my debut book #ACenturyisNotEnough ,to be published end of this month. Read the first chapter, go to Juggernaut: https://t.co/OChPk6UUiJ@juggernautbooks @gbsaltlake pic.twitter.com/KI8nNm3MH9 — Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) 2 February 2018 "I am so hooked to the Pujas that I make it a point to always accompany the deity on her final ride. In Bengali, there is a semi-tragic word for it - bisharjon. This is when the deity is immersed in the Ganga. The scene is amazing - the energy is sky-high, the crowds full of joy and sorrow at seeing Durga Ma going away, it's truly memorable. The area around the river is so crowded that once, during my Indian captaincy days, I decided to go disguised as one of Harbhajan's tribe. Yes, disguised as a sardarji," an excerpt from Ganguly's upcoming book claimed. "Now I could have been mobbed big time. The situation could have gone out of control. But the thrill of accompanying the para boys and family members on the truck carrying the deity was just too irresistible," the former India captain added. Turning a Bengali into a Sardar is no joke and Dada had to hire a make-up artist to pull off what sounds like his greatest adventure off the field. Instagram/@sganguly99 "My wife, Dona, had arranged for a make-up artist to come home to turn me from a hardcore Bengali into a convincing-looking Sikh. My cousins all mocked me, saying I would be recognized. I gave as good as I got and took up the challenge. They turned out to be right. I was not allowed on the truck by the police and had to follow it in our car with my daughter, Sana. As the car reached the Babughat area the police inspector peered in through the window, looked closely at me and smiled gently in recognition. I was embarrassed but asked him to keep my secret. The escapade was worth it. The immersion scene around the river is just indescribable. You have to see it to understand it. Durga Ma, after all, comes only once a year," revealed the 45-year-old.
  8. QUETTA: A major network of target killers was busted on Tuesday as the Law Enforcement Agencies arrested two top commanders, along with their accomplices in the south-western province. According to sources, the suspects aligned with a proscribed organisation were involved in terrorist attacks, including target killings across the province and acted as facilitators in over 24 militant attacks. The sources further claimed, that confessional video statements of the suspects have been released. Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti lauded the raid by the security forces which unearthed the network. Bugti said that one of the caught commanders, Saeed Ahmed alias Taqwi is the mastermind behind the civil hospital tragedy which claimed more than 70 lives, mostly from the lawyers? fraternity. The home minister said that efforts are underway for the recovery for Secretary Higher Education, who had been abducted in March 2017, by unknown men from the provincial capital. Also read: Balochistan drifts back to worst violence He expressed determination that the authorities won?t rest until the last terrorist is caught from the province. Suicide bombing at Quetta's Civil Hospital leaves 70 dead CM Balochistan says RAW was involved in the suicide attack. Daesh militant group claims responsibility Balochistan - Pakistan's largest province in terms of land area - has been plagued by an insurgency and sectarian killings for several years now. However, security forces have conducted effective operations across the province cracking down on militants. This has led to a considerable drop in militancy in the province but scattered attacks are still reported at times. A major terrorist attack at the Civil Hospital Quetta in August had left over 70 people dead - majority of which were members of the legal fraternity. The incident drew an outpour of anger with renewed calls for action against militants. Security forces have since then intensified intelligence-based and combing operations in the province in an effort to establish peace in the province.
  9. QUETTA: A huge network of target killers was busted as the Law Enforcement Agencies arrested on Tuesday two top commanders, along with their accomplices, of a proscribed organisation in the south-western province. According to sources, the suspects were involved in perpetuating terrorist attacks, including target killings, throughout the province and were facilitators in above 24 militant attacks. The sources further informed that confessional video statements have been released of the suspects. Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti lauded the raid by the security forces which unearthed the network. Bugti said that one of the caught commanders, Saeed Ahmed alias Taqwi is the mastermind behind the civil hospital tragedy which claimed more than 70 lives, mostly from the lawyers? fraternity. The home minister said that efforts are underway for the recovery for Secretary Higher Education, who had been abducted in March 2017, by unknown men from the provincial capital. Also read: Balochistan drifts back to worst violence He expressed determination that the authorities won?t rest until the last terrorist is caught from the province. Suicide bombing at Quetta's Civil Hospital leaves 70 dead CM Balochistan says RAW was involved in the suicide attack. Daesh militant group claims responsibility Balochistan - Pakistan's largest province in terms of land area - has been plagued by an insurgency and sectarian killings for several years now. However, security forces have conducted effective operations across the province cracking down on militants. This has led to a considerable drop in militancy in the province but scattered attacks are still reported at times. A major terrorist attack at the Civil Hospital Quetta in August had left over 70 people dead - majority of which were members of the legal fraternity. The incident drew an outpour of anger with renewed calls for action against militants. Security forces have since then intensified intelligence-based and combing operations in the province in an effort to establish peace in the province.
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