Author Archives: State Observer

Jacqueline wants to go Back to ‘Judwaa 2’ days!


As Judwaa 2 completes one year today, Jacqueline Fernandez took to social media and shared pictures and videos from Judwaa 2 shoot Jacqueline said “Take me back to Judwaa 2 days! Miss that whole team so much!!!” with her Puppy face picture she also shared 2 videos which are a compilation of their Behind the scenes of their shoot, interviews ...

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Shiksha Niketan School on swachh bharat abhiyaan rally


JAMMU: Shiksha Niketan Sr. Sec. School Jeevan Nagar organised a Rally regarding Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 1st of October, 2018. The Rally was conducted with a motive to create awareness among the people regarding the importance of cleanliness and the steps taken by the All India Govt. in different parts of the Country to improve the cleanliness conditions of our ...

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Krishna Raj Kapoor passes away; condolences pour in!


Condolences started pouring in soon after the demise of Krishna Raj Kapoor, wife of late legendary actor Raj Kapoor. Family members and Bollywood celebrities took to social media to pay their tribute. Krishna died at 4 in the morning after suffering a cardiac arrest. Taking to Instagram, Riddhima, the elder daughter of Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor also posted a ...

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Rahul targets Modi over writing off bad loans


NEW DELHI: Taking a swipe at the Centre, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday said in “Modi’s India”, demonetisation meant “lining up and depositing money in banks” for the poor, while it was a “means of converting their black money” for crony capitalists. He also alleged that crony capitalists got their Rs 3.16 lakh crore debt written off using public ...

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Congress resorts to lame excuses to hide its failure: BJP

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JAMMU: Oct 01, Bharatiya Janata Party, Jammu & Kashmir has attacked the Congress for its failure to field candidates for the ongoing Urban Local Bodies (ULB) elections and instead spinning excuses to hide its inability to rejuvenate its cadre and motivate them to join the electoral fray. Brig Anil Gupta, State Spokesperson, while briefing the media persons informed that BJP ...

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Dalit girl who broke barriers to become a wrestling national champion


NEW DELHI: Neetu was married off when she was just 13.  At 14, she was a mother. A failed marriage, financial struggles and social discrimination, the dalit girl has grappled with harsh realities of life from an early age. However, amidst the severe challenges she could never take her mind off from her passion—wrestling. On Saturday, after years of hardships, ...

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Bombay HC dismisses plea against ‘triple talaq’ ordinance


MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court dismissed a petition challenging provisions of an ordinance that makes the practice of instant triple talaq a punishable offence. Former municipal councillor Masood Ansari, city-based NGO ‘Rising Voice Foundation’ and advocate Devendra Mishra had filed the petition last week. President Ram Nath Kovind had last month signed the ordinance, according to which giving instant triple ...

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Pakistani-origin becomes first female Muslim Australian Senator


Melbourne, Aug 20: Mehreen Faruqi, a Pakistani-origin woman today became the first Muslim female Senator to be sworn-in to Australia’s Parliament. Greens senator Faruqi was sworn-in less than a week after crossbench senator Fraser Anning called for curbs to Muslim migration and a “final solution” on immigration policy, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. “I’m here to shake up the status quo,” ...

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