RSS to conduct survey of women in the country RSS has started the process of conducting an extensive survey on the condition of women in India which it feels will help the BJP focus and make inroads in the constituency and reap rewards. RSS has started what can be perhaps termed as one of the most comprehensive surveys done to figure out the status of women and their social and economic condition. Women studying in colleges, housewives, working women, widows and even those in pursuit of religion will be covered under the ambit of the survey.

India lashes out at Pak; calls it ‘terroristan’

India has given a strong rebuttal to terror state Pakistan at UNGA and has referred to Pakistan as ‘Terroristan’. India even lashed out at Pak saying that the country that promotes terror and gives safe haven to terrorists is creating narratives based on deception & deceit. Pak PM shahid abbasi had earlier raked up the kashmir issue at UNGA urging the UN to appoint a special envoy to kashmir. Shahid abbasi had claimed that India was brutally suppressing the struggle of the people of kashmir.

The reel to real race in Tamil Nadu

The race from reel to real in Tamil Nadu is getting more tantalising with every passing day. As Kamal Haasan continues to make overtures to other opposition leaders, from the DMK to the Left and the Aaam Aadmi Party, his silverscreen rival Rajinikanth continues to indicate his closeness to the BJP. ‘Superstar’s latest move involves a tweet emphatically supporting Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Swacch Bharat’ mission. Having met Modi ahead of his election in 2014, and also backed the PM on several of his pet schemes before such as demonetisation, the indications are of Rajini taking the plunge in the saffron camp.

Trouble brews for ‘Padmavati’

More trouble seems to be brewing for Bhansali’s Padmavati with Karni Sena issuing another warning to the makers of the movie. After the starts of the film announced on twitter the unveiling of the first look, the Karni Sena’s twitter handle issued a warning to the makers that they would face trouble if they manipulate the facts on Rani Padmavati. Earlier the sets of the movie were vandalised in Kolhapur in Maharashtra and the director Sanjay Leela Bhansali along with his crew were also assaulted in Jaipur.

Deceased Anurag Tewari’s kin sure that the IAS officer was murdered

In a major development in IAS officer Anurag Tewari death case, the autopsy report has confirmed that Tewari sustained multiple injuries prior to his death. Initially there were claims that Tewari had died of a heart attack. The report has now strengthened the kin’s claims that Tewari was murdered for his honesty. Meanwhile deceased IAS officer Anurag Tewari’s brother Mayank has spoken to NewsX. He has named Regional Commissioner Harsh Gupta claiming that Anurag was pressurised by Harsh.

9-yr-old girl molested in Panipat school

In a shocking incident, a 9-yr-old school girl was molested in Panipat’s Millenium School. The minor girl was found crying inside the toilet by teachers. The class 4 student told the police that a sweeper from the school had sexually molested her. Police has filed an FIR gainst the accused and is examining the CCTV footage.

Streamline police security policies: Bombay HC to Maha govt

In a big NewsX impact, the Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra government to revist it’s policy of providing police security to private people. A bench led by Justice Manjula Chellur directed the state to streamline the process to ensure that the security is given to only those who deserve police protection. NewsX had earlier on April 5 highlighted the story of how the court reprimanded the state for non-recovery of pending security dues amount which is in crores.

Rajkummar Rao starrer ‘Newton’ is India’s entry to 2018 Oscars

The Rajkummar Rao starrer political satire ‘Newton’ has been selected by film federation to compete for an Oscar in the best foreign film language category. The political satire, which won at berlin earlier this year, stars Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, Anjali Patil and Raghubir Yadav in important roles. Newton revolves around an officer who is on a mission to hold free and fair elections in a village in Chhattisgarh.

Hindu groups upset by Biju Muthathi

Biju Muthathi, the anchor and producer of ‘Kerala Express’ on Kairali TV has been at the receiving end of many abusive and threatening calls because he named an episode ‘A god of vagabonds’. The episode described the efforts of the Oachira Temple in Kollam, which takes care of over 350 elderly men and women. Biju began the show by mentioning a scene from the 1998 Mohanlal movie ‘Padamudra’, where the actor mentions a temple where there are many beggars, and talks about Thendikalude Daivam. In the same vein, Biju named the episode as ‘Thendikalude daivam’, which Hindu groups did not take to well.

Will Merkel return to power in Germany?

Germans are heading to the polls this Sunday for a federal election which will ultimately decide whether the incumbent chancellor, Angela Merkel, has another 4 years in power. Voter opinion polls have consistently pointed to Angela Merkel’s center-right Christian Democratic Union and its Bavarian sister-party the Christian Social Union gaining around a third of the vote, hence making it very likely that Merkel will return to power. Polls have shown that the parties’ closest rival, the center-left Social Democratic Party has failed to gain momentum and it is currently in second place with the anti-immigration, anti-euro Alternative for Germany (AfD) party could come in third place. The German elections however, are also expected to have a big impact on the EU, the world and also on India, with nalysts hoping that the Modi-Merkel Magic continues.