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  1. 4 accomplices of the suspects manage to flee amid heavy firing; had been robbing a house when the police showed up
  2. Mirzapur is one of the most beloved shows on an OTT platform across the country. People loved the first season so much, they were literally counting down the days for the second season to come out. © Prime Video Reportedly, the Supreme Court has sent an official notice to Mirzapur and Prime Video, the platform where it's available to stream, because of a complaint filed about how the web series 'maligns' the image of Mirzapur as well as the state of Uttar Pradesh. #Mirzapur pic.twitter.com/L4ou0TSKxI — NDTV (@ndtv) January 21, 2021 Yes, we all know Uttar Pradesh is one of the best places in India to live and no, of course, we wouldn't want people to think otherwise. UP is known for how safe it is, especially for women, and what great infrastructure it has. UP CM Yogi Adityanath has also done so much to better the condition of the state and not just rename a few places. People are, obviously, unhappy with a fictional show being subjected to this and of course, are questioning the Supreme Court if they're entertaining such complaints instead of working on the real important issues. View the full article
  3. The political series Tandav has been getting into controversies since the day the series was released. Now, after the second meeting with the officials of the ministry of information and broadcasting on Tuesday, the makers of the political web series Tandav has decided to make changes to the web series to address the concerns it raised. In a fresh statement, director of the series Abbas Ali Zafar said, "We have the utmost respect for the sentiments of the people of our country. We did not intend to hurt or offend the sentiments of any individual, caste, community, race, religion or religious beliefs or insult or outrage any institution, political party or person, living or dead.” © Amazon Prime He added, “The cast and crew have decided to implement changes to the web series to address the concerns raised towards the same. We thank the ministry of information and broadcasting for the guidance and support in the matter. We once again apologize if the series has unintentionally hurt anybody’s sentiments.” © Amazon Prime This happened when two complaints were filed- one by a policeman in Lucknow and another by Ram Kadam in Mumbai on Sunday. The UP cop said that 17 minutes into the first episode, "people dressed up in a very bad manner to represent Hindu gods and goddesses that hurt religious sentiments." © Amazon Prime Ram Kadam's complaint said that the alleged insults to religious sentiments happened almost every time. Now, the ministry officials have engaged with Amazon prime Video, the OTT platform streaming the series, and the content creators, to resolve all the concerns and the team has now agreed to weed out all the controversial content. View the full article
  4. A local pharmaceutical company has submitted AstraZeneca's vaccine data to Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan
  5. Final decision to be taken by Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh after consultation with PM Imran Khan
  6. Experts in power sector question absence of spinning reserves at Guddu power plant; NTDC makes panel to investigate blackout
  7. The government has recently announced a national level voluntary online exam on ‘gau vigyan’ (cow science) which will be held on 25th February. This is organized to generate interest among the students and the general public regarding the cow and its benefits. This is the first-ever exam of this kind and along with announcing the exam, Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog (RKA) Chairman Vallabhbhai Kathiria said that this exam will be held annually. Students of primary, secondary, and college levels and the general public can take part in the exam without any fee. © BCCL He said, "For raising mass awareness about the indigenous cows among young students and every other citizen, the RKA decided to conduct a national exam on cow science.” The Aayog has also prepared study material on cow science for the students to study. According to them, the exam will intrigue Indians to know more about cows and make them aware of the unexplored potential and business opportunities a cow can offer them even if it can’t give milk. © BCCL Further, he said, “There will be objective-type questions, and the syllabus will be recommended on the website of the RKA. The exam results will be declared immediately and certificates will be given to all.” He also said that the candidates who perform well will get prizes and certificates. What do you think of the ‘gau vigyan’ examination? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  8. Jaffrey was scheduled to direct a film that would star Rhea Chakraborty opposite Sushant Singh
  9. If I see 'Boycott Gal Gadot' or 'Boycott Wonder Woman' trending in India soon, I really would not be surprised. © Reuters To end the year, Gal Gadot decided to share some of her personal wonder women of 2020 and one of those women have desi people on Twitter all up in a frenzy. Among her family and friends, Gal also wanted to honour the people who inspire her and that included Bilkis Dadi. The 82-year-old activist was one of the most noteworthy protesters during the anti-CAA protests last year and the public's opinion about her is as divided as it can get. © Twitter For a lot of people, she's one of the most inspiring activists and for the others, she's a 'hired protester who was at Shaheen Bagh for Rs.500'. So, of course, it's poles apart in India but looks like she's getting treated with respect overseas. © Gal Gadot/Instagram She was also one of Time's 100 most influential people of 2020 and now, even Gal is hailing her as a wonder woman. This has, of course, irked the people who already had a bad opinion about her and looks like Gal is going to face the wrath of desi Twitter. Gal did get her facts wrong but at least the sentiment is there, I guess. While Gal deleted Bilkis Dadi's slide from her story, it's still part of the Instagram post she shared just a few hours ago. View this post on Instagram Soon, probably. Baaycaatt wonderwoman trend hoga ab — #UnBanPUBG ‏‎‎ஏழைகள் அவெஞ்சர் (@GreySasquatch) December 31, 2020 There's support as well. Gal gadot has more balls than all the Indian celebrities combined pic.twitter.com/UXdzl5Wi6h — Thomas (@thomas_shleby23) December 31, 2020 It's so complicated. Shaheen Bagh’s Bilkis Dadi is in Gal Gadot’s list of Wonder Women. As much as it is a matter of pride that Bilkis Dadi is getting recognition worldwide, just can’t miss the irony of a zionist claiming she draws inspiration from someone who stood as a rock against fascism. pic.twitter.com/NtdiNZ6QRw — Saif (@isaifpatel) December 31, 2020 What does that even mean? WtF 🤬 Gal Gadot's Personal Wonder women is Bilkis Bano now my personal Bilkis is Gal Gadot @GalGadot pic.twitter.com/u8iRAor4wi — Bacchan Pandey (@Bachchanpandey_) December 31, 2020 Okay then. Bilkis wasn’t fighting for women’s equality in India but she was opposing a law that gave citizenship to persecuted minorities of South Asia. You must read better @GalGadot pic.twitter.com/D1u8kSO1Vl — Monica (@TrulyMonica) December 31, 2020 Hmm. According to Gal Gadot, Bilkis Dadi was fighting for women equality. That is why I say Westerners are dumb. pic.twitter.com/70lgUUE65I — INDIA WAKES UP 🇮🇳 (@IndiaWakesUp_) December 31, 2020 Wow. Gal Gadot posting story & insta post praising Bilkis Bano doesn't means she is Anti India. It just shows how strong LW ecosystem is that they have made hero out of a paid protester by making her feature in Times top 100 list barely for eating biryani & taking ₹500. — Scar (@YourRishbh) December 31, 2020 That's true. stop stanning gal gadot over that bilkis daadi picture. you look like fools. she's a zionist and she literally served in the IDF??? — aloo biryani bot | aisha stan account (@blob_of_butter) December 31, 2020 Koi nahi. Even gal gadot thinks that bilkis dadi is a wonder women. But ye duplicate queen @KanganaTeam ko kaun samjha sakta hai #lastdayof2020 pic.twitter.com/jl3tT3ByHd — Atif (@atif_pasha_) December 31, 2020 That's true. It's a matter of pride that bilkis dadi is getting recognition globally but stop stanning @GalGadot over that bilkis daadi picture.she's a zionist and she literally served in the Israeli Defense Force! pic.twitter.com/8rRRkYQ7Xr — Naina Raathore نینا راٹھور ਨੈਨਾ ਰਾਠੌਰ (@NainaRaathore) December 31, 2020 View the full article
  10. It's the last day of the year and I, honestly, thought we were done with boycotts for at least 2020 but people had time to come up with one last boycott and they're going out with a bang. It's honestly hilarious that some people are actually trying to boycott the last day of the year itself, but what we've learned this year is that Desi Twitter is always full of surprises. At first glance, anyone would think that #SayNoTo31December would be about not going all out and partying on new year's eve this year because we're in a pandemic. That would actually make sense since we should still avoid big gatherings. #MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh There is nothing wrong in welcoming New year; but it should be on correct day so that will be beneficial to everybody. The day when universe was created is Chaitra Shukla Pratipada..So let's celebrate new year on that day and #SayNoTo31December pic.twitter.com/KlZXOzVViM — Aparna Naik (@AparnaNaik10) December 31, 2020 But no, it's way more complicated than that. Since this day isn't actually the 'Hindu New Year', people are refraining from celebrating and that would be fine, but they are also degrading people and their personal choice to bring in 2021 and well, that's an issue. On 31 Dec Consuming alcohol, eating meat, dancing erotically, etc. at parties, clubs and bars through the night during New Year celebrations is very common. Is this RT way to welcome the New Year?#SayNoTo31December#MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh@Np_Hjs@jrmpoojary pic.twitter.com/FnrMBCKwL5 — Nagesh Dkn🇮🇳 (@Nagesh2023) December 31, 2020 You can do whatever you want as long as you don't expect literally everyone else to follow that, the moral policing and the overly sanskari message is what's making a lot of people make fun of this trend. Side note, feeling so sorry for this poor guy. People on Twitter trending #SayNoTo31December Me (having my bday on 31st December): pic.twitter.com/BjdEuQvILX — Shana Launda (@shanalaunda) December 31, 2020 Okay then. Our new year is Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is the day on which the Universe was created; hence, this is the real commencement of the New Year. #SayNoTo31December#MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh pic.twitter.com/xh5hnPFeax — Jayaram Poojary (@jrmpoojary) December 31, 2020 Wow. india is a secular country you dumbfuck https://t.co/2zxPANEN4Z — perri (@JNKB4BIE) December 31, 2020 Yes, no one says Happy New Year tomorrow. Do not wish any Hindu ‘Happy New Year’ on 1st January ! To get maximum benefit of God’s blessings, wish Hindus and others on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada.#MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh#SayNoTo31December @Np_Hjs @SG_HJS pic.twitter.com/EQOlOvLNCD — Jayaram Poojary (@jrmpoojary) December 31, 2020 Sure. It's time for serious awakening..Guys open your eyes and restrain from making this day so special...It is insignificant . Embrace your own culture instead of being slave of colonial culture #कैलेंडर_बदलें_संस्कृति_नहीं #SayNoTo31December pic.twitter.com/PBu2ROd1hp — Aana (@tinbizarre) December 31, 2020 The last boycott of the year. dafaq is this now??????? #SayNoTo31December pic.twitter.com/hS1wXj6cCC — Human (@BlabbingFingers) December 31, 2020 Oops. people trending #SayNoTo31December Le Delhi Govt. 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/CE6RKqtIZa — 🇮🇳 Manish Singh Rawat🇮🇳 (@MSR_Pahadi) December 31, 2020 Huh? December 31 is a favorite day of negative energies; because they can store large amounts of distressing energy, release it on individuals as well as in the environment and exchange it with other negative energies very easily.#MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh #SayNoTo31December pic.twitter.com/wrIvE6oFep — Vinay vinayaka (@vinayvinayaka85) December 31, 2020 Yes, those things don't happen on any other day. In 31 dec nothing is new so #SayNoTo31December Instead at the name of celebration increase in ◆Rapes ◆Road Accidents ◆Alcohol and drugs consumption ◆Vulgar dance ◆Misbehave with women ◆Deaths It's not a way of celebration, not evenly dis is new year#MyNewYear_HinduNavVarsh pic.twitter.com/oXiX7Y0D7f — prasanna (@Prasannahjs) December 31, 2020 You can, you know, just not consume alcohol. It's not something people do just on the 31st. Christian New year is Worthless, infact you can say Harmful like Consumption of Alcohol & loss the Morality, While our Eternal Culture is Beneficial to whole Mankind Hence Say Yes only to Hindu New year on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada#SayNoTo31December#कैलेंडर_बदलें_संस्कृति_नहीं pic.twitter.com/N4FqL3qCWS — Real Farmers With Modi (@WakeUpHindu) December 31, 2020 The pictures are killing me. #Resolution2021_FollowVedicDharma New year celebration must be 2 derive happiness n joy but this new yr celebrations result in 🔸Consumption of alcohol 🔸Drunk n Drive 🔸Car theft 🔸Murder, sexual assaults, robbery Is it really a new year?#SayNoTo31December @YssDelhi #Hinduism pic.twitter.com/eGWxr8P8ZQ — अविनाश देसले #CensorWebSeries (@Av_ADH) December 30, 2020 Hmm. Now a days 31st December is celebrated as New Year, on a very large scale all over the world. Our new year is Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is the day on which the Universe was created; hence, this is the real commencement of the New Year.#SayNoTo31December pic.twitter.com/ajV2ug80Jd — Vanita Dhotre (@dhotre_vanita) December 29, 2020 View the full article
  11. OGRA has reportedly sent a summary to Petroleum Division, suggesting an increase of Rs2.75 to petrol price
  12. Harry and Meghan thanked healthcare and frontline workers and others who made sacrifices during 2020
  13. Excessive use of social media and isolation from friends have triggered poor eating habits among children
  14. Importers and the corporate sector were usually reluctant to take "fresh positions" during the last week of the year
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