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Karnataka Congress leader D K Shivakumar gets bail by Delhi HC in money laundering case

Recently, the Delhi High court granted bail to Karnataka Congress leader D K Shivakumar, who was arrested under money laundering case. Shivakumar has been asked to sign a personal bond of INR 25 lakh and not to leave the country till hearing ends in the case. The former minister was under arrested by the Enforcement Directorate based on a charge-sheet filed by the Income Tax Department against him. He was accused in charge of hawala channels and tax evasion transactions of worth crores. Src: https://bit.ly/2MH10ZE

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@Cricket Cricket @Cricket, 23 Oct 2019 At 07:45 PM

Virat Is Most Important Man in Indian Cricket: BCCI Boss Ganguly

The former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has taken over as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today. In his first interview when he was asked about Dhoni’s future he has said that “Virat Kohli is the most important man in Indian cricket, we will listen to him. Mutual respect will be there, opinions will be there.” Taking his views further he said that "I will speak to Virat Kohli tomorrow, we will support him in every possible way, whatever he wants." Src: https://bit.ly/2PdCX6e

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@Bollywood Bollywood @SalmanKhan @Bollywood, 23 Oct 2019 At 07:47 PM

In 1999, Salman called off his marriage: Sajid Nadiadwala

On the Kapil Sharma Show, Producer Sajid Nadiadwala revealed that Salman Khan was getting married in 1999, everything was ready but he called off his marriage because he was not in a mood of marrying someone. Nadiadwala stated that Salman planned his wedding on the day of his father's birthday. As per rumours in 1999, Salman dated Sangeeta Bijlani and their relationship was called off after Sangeeta caught Salman cheating on her. Src: https://bit.ly/2JfvFuO

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@Business Business @Business, 23 Oct 2019 At 07:57 PM

Women should not flaunt their body, should avoid confronting men and are less ambitious: Ernst & Young Seminar on Women employees

The Ernst & Young, known major accounting firm conducted a seminar addressed to women employees in June 2018 where they had presented 55 pages on how women should behave. The document contained offensive remarks- 'women employees should not flaunt their bodies', 'should have proper manicure', 'women brain are like pancake hard to focus', 'should not confront & talk to men'. Before the seminar started the women were asked to fill a score-sheet which defined their masculine and feminine side. Do you think such a seminar should be conducted in the firm? comment below Src: https://bit.ly/360kS1e

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