Good Morning ji,
It is 30 years of World Wide Web, and at the heart of India, the Congress Government’s own Kamal Ji has gone ahead and appointed Computer Baba Ji. Appointed who? Computer Baba ji, the self-styled godman granted the status of a minister in the previous BJP government in Madhya Pradesh, was appointed the chairman of the Ma Narmada, Ma Kshipra evam Ma Mandakini River Trust (the rivers Narmada, Kshipra and Mandakini Trust).
RTI REVEALS MODI WENT AHEAD WITH DEMONETIZATION WITHOUT RBI GO-AHEAD
Why so many Ji’s because Rahul Gandhi, the one who can’t give speeches said Masood Azhar Ji while reminding people that it was the current NSA Ajit Doval who had released this terrorists when the plane was hijacked and also that it was Modi who had invited ISI to Pathankot airbase, meanwhile, the one who only knows how to give speeches has made a massive fool out of all of us and you don’t need to be a genius to get that. Yesterday, according to Deccan Chronicle, the former RBI Chief Urjit Patel, was asked to consider Demonetization only 2.5 hours before the announcement, and not only this Narendra Modiji went ahead without giving so much as a thought. More than 110 people died, the economy went into a slump and people lost job as well, but hey, how dare you say anything, the PM has avenged the Pulwama attack. Or has he now?
SHARAD PAWAR NOT TO CONTEST 2019 ELECTIONS, FADNAVIS SAYS CAN SENSE WHICH WAY IS WIND BLOWING
It is 12th March 2019 and Sharad Pawar, who won 14 elections & was 4-time Maharashtra CM has decided to hang his boots as he makes way for his grand-nephew. Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis says Pawar can already sense which way the wind is blowing.
CONGRESS SHUTS DOOR ON AAP
At least in Delhi, one can say, it isn’t blowing the APP’s way.
Shutting the door firmly on any alliance with the Aam Aadmi Party, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday asked his party’s workers to ensure victory in all seven seats in Delhi in the Lok Sabha elections.
Tough for Rahul, while BJP has been muscling up alliances, Congress seems to be sitting on the high horse and rejecting alliances.
ASKED ABOUT AIR STRIKE, BJP UNION MINISTER QUESTIONS RAHUL’s BRAHMIN DNA
And while we are on proofs, those that can’t give a proof of the number of terrorists avenged in air strike post-Pulwama attack are now asking for proof…..of what?
Union Minister Anant Hegde questioned how Rahul Gandhi could ask for proof of surgical strikes and then the rabid minister said, “Rahul Gandhi is asking for proof of airstrikes conducted by our soldiers in Pakistan. But, I will ask, what is the proof that he is a Hindu? How did a person born to a Muslim father and Christian mother become a Gandhi? A Brahmin? Will he give DNA proof?”
UK SOUGHT PAPERS TO ARREST NIRAV MODI. INDIA DIDN’T RESPOND, SAY SOURCES
And while we are on proof. When fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi was spotted on the streets of London last week looking somewhat different and wearing an extravagant ostrich-leather jacket, the government insisted there had been no delay on India’s part in efforts to prosecute him and extradite him. NDTV has learnt that contrary to these claims, the British authorities have had no response to several queries they’ve sent for information. In fact, a legal team from the UK also offered to come to India to help facilitate action against Nirav Modi but allegedly got no response from India.
EDITOR’S GUILD WRITES TO MEGHALAYA HV FOR HOLDING SHILLONG TIMES IN CONTEMPT OVER STORY EXPOSING RETIRED JUDGES
And while we are on proofs, this story is about the article published by the Shillong Times on the perks and facilities of retired judges and their families. The Meghalaya High Court Friday sentenced The Shillong Times editor Patricia Mukhim and publisher Shoba Chaudhuri to sit in the corner of the courtroom till the rising of the court, besides imposing a fine of Rs 2 lakh each in a contempt case, threatened with imprisonment and also a ban on the publication for that. The Editors Guild on Monday said the Meghalaya High Court’s order in a contempt case against The Shillong Times, including its editor and publisher, is “intimidatory and undermines” press freedom.
TRICKSTER PROMISES RANJI SELECTION, DUPES ASPIRING CRICKETERS OF SEVERAL CRORES
And before we head to International news, no one should cheat from a cheater.
Acting on the complaints of several aspiring cricketers who were cheated of their money, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has filed an FIR with the Delhi Police. Fraudsters tricked these cricketers to part with their money on the promise of getting them selected into Ranji trophy — a domestic first-class cricket championship played in India between teams representing regional and state cricket associations — and various other BCCI tournaments.
FOURTH DAY OF BLACKOUT IN VENEZUELA, MADURO SAYS US SABOTAGED IT
Venezuelans woke up to the fourth day of an unprecedented nationwide blackout on Sunday, leaving residents concerned about the impacts of the lack of electricity on the South American country’s health, communications and transport systems.
Socialist President Nicolas Maduro – who is facing a challenge to his rule by the leader of the opposition-led Congress, Juan Guaido – has blamed the blackout on an act of “sabotage” by the United States at the Guri hydroelectric dam.
ALGERIAN PRESIDENT AGREES TO NOT SEEK THE FIFTH TERM IN OFFICE
Meanwhile, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has postponed the 18 April presidential elections and said he will not seek a fifth term in office. President Bouteflika’s candidacy had provoked mass protests across Algeria over the past few weeks.
IN ITALY PROTEST AFTER TWO MEN CLEARED OF RAPE BECAUSE VICTIM LOOKED ‘TOO MASCULINE’
And onto that strange land called Italy. About 200 people protested outside a court of appeal in the Italian city of Ancona after it was revealed that two men were cleared of rape charges partly because the alleged victim looked “too masculine” to be a target of attraction. The reasons behind the 2017 ruling came to light only on Friday, when Italy’s highest appeal court scrapped the lower court’s verdict and ordered a retrial.
ZIDANE RETURNS TO REAL MADRID
And before we say our goodbyes, it has been confirmed that Zizou is back at Real Madrid. Zinedine Zidane said he is “very happy to be home” after returning as Real Madrid manager just 10 months after leaving the Spanish giants.
The Frenchman replaces Santiago Solari, who was sacked after less than five months in charge. He will be taking over till 2022.
DID YOU KNOW: NORTH KOREA WENT TO POLLS ON SUNDAY
That is pretty much all that we have for you, expect this last news, which in case you didn’t know.
North Koreans went to the polls Sunday for an election in which there could be only one winner. There is a pencil in the paneled voting booths for anyone who might wish to register dissent by crossing out a candidate’s name. But no one does.
Wishing India doesn’t have to see this day. There is no chaos in North Korea, but neither is there hope. So when a blogging minister asks you to choose chaos, hey, it might prevent us from becoming North Korea, and I really do mean it.
As Always, thank you for listening, I will be back tomorrow with more proofs, tricksters, u-turns and more. Good bye from takeapart.in