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Kerala Student Committed Suicide

Kerala Bank Confiscation notice for the house; The student committed suicide

Kollam: Kerala Student Committed Suicide after receiving confiscation notice in Kollam. A college student committed suicide. The incident happened in Kollam Shuranad. Kerala Student Abhirami (18) committed suicide at Suranad South Aji House. Abirami committed suicide after the Kerala Bank foreclosure notice was issued. Iramallikara is a second-year student of Shree Ayyappa College. It has …

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Japan’s Abandoned Hashima Island

About 15 kilometres (9 miles) from Nagasaki’s city centre sits the tiny, deserted island of Hashima. The island’s uninhabited concrete houses, which have only been disturbed by nature, and the surrounding sea wall are its most distinctive features. The island serves as a reminder of Japanese war crimes as a site of forced labour both …

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Who is the attacker of Salman Rushdie, Hadi Matar?

Who is the attacker of Salman Rushdie, Hadi Matar?

Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the former supreme leader of Iran, issued a fatwa on Rushdie in 1989 after deciding that several passages in his 1988 book “The Satanic Verses” were blasphemous. Rushdie has been living under this fatwa ever since. The novel’s Italian translator, Ettore Capriolo, was hurt in a knife attack in Milan in July …

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Anna Hazare as a Soldier in the Indian Army

Anna Hazare as a Soldier in the Indian Army

One of India’s most well-known social activists, Anna Hazare is recognised for adopting non-violent tactics like hunger strikes to bring about positive change in the nation. Hazare is best recognised for his tireless efforts to combat corruption in India, including his work to shield able public servants from unfair transfers and bureaucratic obstacles. When he …

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The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon Kathrine Switzer

The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon

American marathon runner, writer, and television commentator Kathrine Virginia Switzer. She ran the Boston Marathon as the first female legally registered competitor in 1967. As a result of her run, the American Athletic Union prohibited women from competing in races against men until 1972. The Boston Marathon did not allow women to participate because they …

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The Wild Boy Who Inspires the Jungle Book | Dina Sanichar

You should read about Dina Sanichar, the real-life Mowgli, if you enjoy The Jungle Book. Sanichar has lived his entire life amid animals after being born in an Indian forest. Rudyard Kipling took inspiration from Dina for the uplifting novel, although few people are aware of how tragic Dina’s life was. In this article, we’ll …

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Court Orders Mohsin Ahmad, an alleged member of ISIS, To Spend 30 Days In Judicial Custody

For his claimed participation in collecting money from ISIS supporters in India and shipping it outside in cryptocurrencies, Mohsin Ahmad was detained on August 6. Mohsin Ahmad was sentenced to 30 days of judicial detention by the Patiala House Court on Tuesday, August 16, following his arrest on August 6 for allegedly soliciting funds from …

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Emilie Schenkl

Wife and Daughter of Subhas Chandra Bose

Emilie Schenkl (1910 – March 1996) was an Austrian stenographer, secretary, and trunk exchange operator. She was the wife or the companion of Subhas Chandra Bose, an Indian nationalist leader. Schenkl met Bose in 1934 and the two formed a romantic relationship while she worked for him as a secretary. She later became the mother …

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Ghadri Gulab Kaur

Indian Revolutionary Ghadri Gulab Kaur

She came from a struggling Sikh farming family in Punjab, India. Her dad was a farmer. She became known as “Ghadri Gulab Kaur” as a result of her revolutionary efforts. On January 10, 2021, Rakesh Kumar’s book “Gulab Kaur Gaddar Lehar Di Daler Yodha” was released in Delhi amidst farmer protests. On January 27, 2022, …

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Father of India’s First Prime Minister | Last Kotwal of Delhi

Indian lawyer, activist, and politician Motilal Nehru (1861–1931) belonged to the Indian National Congress. Additionally, he presided over Congress twice. He was the ancestor of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty and the father of India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Motilal Nehru was, the posthumous son of Gangadhar Nehru and his wife Indrani. He was born three …

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Jayaram Jayalalithaa

Amma | Puratchi Thalaivi Jayaram Jayalalithaa | AIADMK

Jayaram Jayalalithaa (1948 – 2016) was actress and an Indian Politician, she served as CM for more than 14 years and was 5th longest serving general secretary of AIADMK. She got the nick name of “Amma” and “Puratchi Thalaivi”. 15 Interesting Jayalalithaa Facts She was born in Mysore State to Jayaram and Vedavalli (Sandhya) in …

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