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Tihar Jail asked Nirbhaya case convicts for their last wish, none of them have responded

Senior officials of Tihar Jail have confirmed that the Tihar Jail authorities last week asked the four convicts of the December 16 gang rape case to list their last wish before they are hanged to death on February 1. However, none of them have responded yet. Also, the authorities will make the decision if the wish can be fulfilled or not as every wish cannot be completed. Officials said the four convicts have also been asked to name anyone they wish to meet one last time and transfer any property or belongings they own to anyone they wish. Src:


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BJP's Sanjeev Balyan suggests 10% quota for western U.P. students as 'right cure' for JNU

The BJP MP and Union Minister Sanjeev Balyan has again made it to headlines for outrageous comment when he declared that he knows the right cure for students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Jamia Millia Islamia, where there were clashes during protests against the citizenship law. He suggested to reserve 10% seats for people from western Uttar Pradesh, where the crime rate is relatively higher. Src:

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644 militants surrender in the presence of CM Sarbananda Sonowal in Assam

The Assam Police reported today that total 644 militants of 8 banned insurgent outfits surrendered along with 177 arms. They surrendered in the presence of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at a program. They belonged to ULFA (I), NDFB, RNLF, KLO, CPI (Maoist), NSLA, ADF and NLFB insurgent groups. Director-General of Police Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta said that this is an important day for the state and the Assam Police as it was one of the largest surrender of militants in recent times. Src:


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CM Adityanath: Chanting ‘Azadi’ is act of treason, govt will take strict action against it

While addressing a BJP rally in support of CAA in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday warned the anti-CAA protesters by saying that if in the name of protest, if anyone will chant slogans of azadi that were raised in Kashmir, then it would be considered an act of treason, and the government will take very strict action. He further criticized the ongoing protests that are led by women in different parts of the country and said that it is shameful that men sit in the comfort of their homes and send women and children out on the streets to agitate. Src:

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