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Salman Khan snatched a fan's phone when he tried to take a selfie with him

The Bollywood actor Salman Khan who is known for his anger has again mistreated one of his fans who was taking a selfie with the actor. The video of this incident has also gone viral, where it showed that the actor was coming out of the Goa airport, while the fan was trying to record a video without the actor's consent. Salman after taking the phone started walking ahead. The actor left Mumbai and flew to Goa for a shooting schedule of his upcoming film Radhe Src: https://bit.ly/2GwlEYk

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Bengaluru techie lost INR 4 lakh after signing up for dating portal in online scam

Another scam from Bengaluru has been reported, this time the amount was INR 4.19 lakhs. As per the media reports the Bengaluru techie had enrolled in a dating company and paid INR 2,000 as enrollment fees. After this, the man again received the call on December 20 and 31, asking for more payments, totalling 4.19 lakh. However, he grew suspicious when they rang him up a third time, demanding that he pay an additional INR one lakh. Src: https://bit.ly/2Gwh5xa

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CU students shout ‘Go back’ to stop Governor Jagdeep from attending their convocation

Governor of West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar was unable to attend the convocation of Calcutta University (CU) in Kolkata on Tuesday and had to leave as a section of students held protests. Students shouted ‘Go Back’ slogans and showed him black flags as soon as Dhankhar approached Nazrul Mancha auditorium in south Kolkata, where the convocation was held. Also, the officials of the university claimed that the invitation were sent to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee & state education minister Partha Chatterjee too, but they did not attend the convocation. Src: https://bit.ly/30YeCVQ

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Odisha govt removes the question of parents’ birthplace from its NPR exercise

Biju Janata Dal MP Pinaki Mishra said on Tuesday that the NPR in Odisha will not have a question on the birthplace of the parents of the residents and will have an additional question on other backward classes (OBCs) in the state. He added that the Central government has already clarified that replying to question on the birth of one’s parents was optional. The NPR is being updated across the country from April 2020 to September 2020. Kerala and West Bengal have already announced that they will not update the NPR whereas Punjab will not seek an answer to the question on the birthplace of parents.

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