A new poster of Hizbul Mujahideen has warned women from participating in sports and asked them to stay away from Indian Army andA new poster of Hizbul Mujahideen has warned women from participating in sports and asked them to stay away from Indian Army and government sponsored schemes. The threat is going viral on social media platforms.
An advertisement of Paytm, a digital wallet company, is pictured at a road side stall in Kolkata. Digital wallets have become the mode of payment du jour. Especially after demonetisation was launched in November 2016. However, the ease of transferring money comes with the worry of being tricked by fraudsters. According to the Central government, fraudsters are targeting unsuDigital wallets have become the mode of payment du jour. Especially after demonetisation was launched in November 2016.
Tihar art stall at the ongoing International Kala Mela at the Lalit Kala Akademi on Janpath in the national capital is drawing huge crowd. The stall is showcasing nearly 30 pieces of art made by Tihar convicts, prisoners and under-trials -- most of them belonging to Jail number 4Tihar art stall at the ongoing International Kala Mela at the Lalit Kala Akademi on Janpath in the national capital is drawing huge crowd.
Hizb warning to parents esp of girls not to send them for sports events organised by forces, army or govt. Has called out against ...mebooba close aide wahid para, who has been at forefront of engaging in sports activities amongst youth and women. Why not leave sports out of it! https://t.co/uCqAvswkiW
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