Week in Review: 28th April

  • 50 Tumeric Farmers From Telangana Are PM Modi’s Rivals In Varanasi. PM Modi is contesting against Congress’ Ajay Rai and Samajwadi Party leader Shalini Yadav and this would be the second time Prime Minister Modi and Mr. Rai will battle from Varanasi seat. Read more… NDTV
  • Six children and three women were among 15 persons killed when militants linked to the Easter Sunday bombings opened fire and blew themselves up during a fierce gun battle with security forces in Sri Lanka’s Eastern province, the police. Read more on it… Tribune
  • Kasautii Zindagii Kay’s leading actresses Hina Khan aka Komolika, Erica Fernandes aka Prerna Sharma and Pooja Banerjee aka Nivedita Basu get their own look-alike dolls. Read on… Pinkvilla
  • Priyanka Bose, Who Outed Sajid Khan In Her MeToo Story Says, “Don’t Feel Judged And Humiliated Anymore”. She said: “We are surrounded by perpetrators. My speaking out frees me”. Read more about it… NDTV
  • Pakistan’s relationship with India remains the “only problem” for peace and stability in the region, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said and expressed hope of establishing a “civilized relationship” with New Delhi after the Lok Sabha elections are over. Read more… Tribune
  • Tourist Found Dead With Stab Injuries In Goa Hotel, Boyfriend Missing. The victim was identified as Alka Saini, from Himachal Pradesh who had checked into the hotel in Arpora on April 20, along with her boyfriend. Read more… NDTV
  • Avengers Endgame released to a bumper opening in India on Friday and all the shows have been housefull. The film also had night shows in several parts of the country which proves it’s already a blockbuster; check it out… Pinkvilla
  • Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of including his caste in the list of backward during his tenure as the Gujarat chief minister, BSP supremo Mayawati on Saturday said the PM had done this for electoral profits and to kill the rights of the backward castes. Read more on it… Tribune
  • Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 will get a solo release as Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra has decided to release a week later on Bhai’s birthday i.e. December 27, 2019. Read on… Pinkvilla
  • The Supreme Court has paved the way for promotion of 44 Haryana state civil servants to IAS by dismissing a petition challenging a Punjab and Haryana High Court verdict that had cleared their seniority for promotion. Read more… Tribune

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