Week in Review: 12th May

  • In Pamphlet Row, Gautam Gambhir Gets Notice For “Filth Mr CM” Tweet. Gautam Gambhir had denied any connection with the derogatory pamphlet on Atishi and attacked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal instead. Read more… NDTV
  • Sonam Kapoor gives a perfect Spring meets Fall look in Michael Kors. Read more… Pinkvilla
  • A Right to Information (RTI) query has revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his council of ministers incurred an expenditure of Rs 393 crore on foreign and domestic travel in last five fiscal years. Read more on it… Tribune
  • Bengal BJP Candidate Allegedly Molests 17-Year-Old Girl, Complaint Filed. Nilanjan Roy has been charged under the POCSO Act. The state BJP Vice-President Jayprakash Majumdar blamed the Trinamool Congress for a “false case.” Read more on it… NDTV
  • Acting US Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan, has notified Congress that he intended to shift $1.5 billion that had been designated for the Afghanistan war and other projects to help pay for work on President Donald Trumps proposed border wall. Read more… Tribune
  • Amitabh Bachchan croons a soulful track paying a tribute to all the mothers. Read more… Pinkvilla
  • Two of the SpiceJet’s Boeing passenger planes- one from Mumbai and other from Bengaluru- suffered mid-air technical glitches, forcing their pilots to terminate journeys with one flight landing back in Mumbai and second diverted to Nagpur Saturday. Read more on it… Tribune
  • “1984 A Terrible Tragedy, Sam Pitroda Was Out Of Line,” Says Rahul Gandhi. Lacerated over the comments of Sam Pitroda, Rahul Gandhi said the Congress acknowledges that the 1984 anti-Sikh riots were a “terrible tragedy”, and its leaders have repeatedly apologised for the same. Read more… NDTV
  • Saif Ali Khan looks intense, ready to continue his quest in this new poster of Sacred Games 2. Read more… Pinkvilla
  • Just a day before polling in Delhi, the son of an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate made a sensational allegation on Saturday, claiming that his father had paid Rs 6 crore to party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to get the ticket. Read more on it… Tribune

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