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Another day, Another collapse: Are we safe in our homes?

Arti Ghargi

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A six-storey building collapsed in Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazaar area leaving 22 dead and many injured on Thursday. At least 30 people have been rescued with several others reported to be trapped under the rubble of the dilapidated Husaini Building. The accident that has been categorised as a level III emergency by the fire brigade, witnessed teams of the NDRF and the Fire Brigade at the spot engaged in rescue operations.

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Babul Supriyo loses it again! What’s wrong with him?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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There was a time when Babul Supriyo a singer got everyone smitten with his magical voice. He seemed to be having the talent of singing and having people mesmerised with his playback singing up his sleeve. But now he seems to have taken an absolute flipside with his conduct with people. This time he courted a controversy after he threatened to “break a man’s leg” during an event for the differently abled in West Bengal’s Asansol on Tuesday. The incident which was captured on camera, took place when the minister was making his address. In a video released the minister is heard saying, “I can break one of your legs.

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No Hindi no progress, says Vice President Naidu

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday termed the English language a ‘disease’ left behind by the British, stressing that Hindi was the symbol of “socio-political and linguistic unity” in India. He also said that not enough was being done to promote the Indian language. Now, Interestingly, in the same meeting the assembly also adopted English as an official language . I wonder how the Vice President Venkaiah Naidu use words like electricity, internet, mobile phones ….he cant use english , because english is a disease.

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Vijay Mallya says he met Finance Minister Jaitley while Jaitley denies, but what’s the truth?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya on Wednesday said he had a “meeting” with Arun Jaitley before leaving India in 2016. Arun Jaitley, however, said he never gave Vijay Mallya an appointment after becoming a minister in 2014 and further added that the liquor baron misused his position as a member of parliament to approach him once in Parliament. Later Vijay Mallya reiterated his statement saying and toned down the statement saying that no formal meeting took place and that he “happened” to meet the minister in the parliament

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