Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan's promotion for his yet to be released movie 'Raees' has turned fatal on Tuesday as one of his fans died in Gujarat's Vadodara Railway station. An other person who is severely injured has been taken to hospital for treatment.
The actor has not stepped down from the train, choosing to wave at the crowds and asked people to watch his movie on a loudspeaker. Knowing the Shah Rukh Khan's arrival, people has gathered the station even before the scheduled arrival of the train.
Hours after the Supreme Court turned down a plea seeking to restrain the government from presenting Union Budget on February 1, the Election Commission also cleared the way for the government to stick to its plan but forbade it from announcing any schemes specific to the poll-bound states "which may have the effect of influencing the electors...in favour of the ruling party".
While a bench of Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justices NV Ramana and DY Chandrachud said there was nothing wrong if the Union Budget was presented as it might not amount to violation of the mode code of conduct, the EC in a letter sent to the Cabinet Secretary late on Monday evening opined that announcing State-specific schemes or highlighting government's achievements in respect of the five states in the Budget speech would disturb the level-playing field.
With the violence erupted yesterday between the protesters and police on Monday as law and order took a turn for the worst with images going viral of police personnel torching autorickshaws parked on the streets.
Several viral videos and images are circulating right from yesterday which shows Chennai police personnels torching autorickshaw, huts, damaging public properties such as bikes, getting into the houses of the poor and beating them cruely, beating up students and public who are on the roads simply watching the situation. In Madurai, some police personnel are seen beating by elderly old women and men. Grabbing the hairs of students and thrashing them.
Atleast 23 people were dead and few 100 were injured after Jagdalpur Bhubaneswar express Derailed near viziznagaram district of Andhra Pradesh.
The incident happened late night at 11 pm.
After a violence at Marina beach, the Students told media that Jallikattu protest has ended successfully due to the strong ordinance of Tamilnadu government over Jallikattu ban. Those who are causing troubles to the public are not part of the Jallikattu movement.
Raghava Lawrence, the main spokesperson of a movement told that "Whoever is still sitting there is not a part of our movement." He said that "It's time for us to celebrate our success."
One of the Protester at Marina said that "It will take a couple of months for the Centre to give a finality. So we will withdraw protests and continue after two months, if we are not satisfied."
Tamil Nadu police officials have managed to evict pro-Jallikattu protestors forcefully in Alanganallur, Madurai. Fresh reports suggest that Section 144 has been imposed in the area to keep the protesters at bay.
The eviction started after the protestors decided not to leave the ground despite an appeal from the police.
Violence reported in parts of Chennai; Jallikattu protests called off in Coimbatore, Tiruchi and Ramanathapuram newsreporter.in
In an early morning crackdown, the Chennai City Police evicted the pro-jallikattu protesters at Marina beach, which has witnessed protests for the last six days. Sources said that all the roads leading to the beach have been blocked. There was police crackdown on similar protests across the State.
In a statement released during the early hours of the day, the authorities requested the "participants to leave the Marina in the same peaceful and disciplined manner."
Jallikattu Protest : Police Evacutes Students From Chennai Marina, Kovai, Madurai, Erode, Salem newsreporter.in
Thousands protesting peacefully at Chennai's Marina Beach for over five days in support of bull-taming festival Jallikattu were removed this morning by the police, a day after some of them threatened to block Republic Day celebrations.
All roads to the beach were blocked as the police bundled out large groups, mainly of women and children.
According to sources Jallikattu to be held in Madurai, Alanganallur, Palamedu and Avaniapuram on tomorrow. The Tamilnadu government is exploring legal avenues to ban animal rights organization PETA in State.
The sources said, “District officials visited the arena in Alanganallur on Friday to assess the situation. The CM’s office is expect to give final clearance to Madurai administration on Saturday.”
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