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MP DGP VK Singh Believes that Rising fake kidnapping cases is due to girls' 'independence', do you agree?

Madhya Pradesh DGP VK Singh made a sexist comment stating that the reported 6061 cases of fake kidnapping in the state are on a rise because of girls becoming more independent."A new trend has been seen in the form of IPC 363. Girls are becoming more independent as they are going to schools and colleges. The girls leave home but the report is of kidnapping," Singh claimed. In a nation that talks of modernization, the mindset of people remains prehistoric. Women empowerment is now just a dream in these oppressive conditions.

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Malaal actress Sharmin Segal opens up about being fat-shamed

Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s niece Sharmin Segal has revealed that during her college days, people used to laugh at her when she was on the stage as she was 94kgs. In a recent interview, the gorgeous actress talked about her struggle with obesity and being body shamed. She further said the glam world requires you to be fit, healthy and in your best shape besides talent. Sharmin made her Bollywood debut with ‘Malaal’. Src: https://bit.ly/2Xwl2gk

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SoftBank plans to invest $2-4 billion more in India over the next two years

Japanese multinational conglomerate SoftBank is planning to invest $2-4 billion in India over the next two years, the company’s Fund head Rajiv Mishra said. The Japanese group will also help bring more than 20 companies to India from its present portfolio by way of joint venture partnerships which they will strike with local businesses. SoftBank has invested over $10 billion in India in the past decade. Src:https://bit.ly/2XL2xUR


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A tale of two budgets by women, 1970 to 2019

The two budget speeches delivered 50 years apart ascertain that Nirmala Sitharaman’s budget addresses issues that are very similar to issues faced by Indira Gandhi, who presented the 1970-71 budget. Gandhi’s raised duty on cigarettes by 3% to 22% ad valorem and Sitharaman’s budget, too, imposed additional excise duty on cigarette sticks. While Sitharaman’s budget proposed a hike of Rs 2 per Litre increase in petrol and diesel prices, Gandhi had also proposed a hike in petrol and kerosene rates. Do you agree that the issues faced by India are the same in 2019 as they were in 1970?

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