4 Children ‘Forcefully Kept’ Inside Rape-Accused Nithyananda’s Ashram, One of them Releases Video from Unknown Location

Bengaluru/Ahmedabad: A disciple of Nithyananda has alleged that his children have been forcefully kept inside an ashram of the self-styled godman for the last four months. However, two of his daughters have claimed that they are in the hermitage out of their own will. Disciple Janardhan Sharma, who was with the ashram earlier, alleged that…

First Night Trial of Nuclear Capable ‘Agni-II’ Missile Successfully Test-Fired in Odisha

Balasore (Odisha): India on Saturday conducted successfully the first night trial of ‘Agni-II’, its versatile surface-to-surface medium range nuclear capable missile from Dr Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha coast, defence sources said. The missile has a strike range of 2000 km, the sources said soon after it blasted off from a mobile launcher at the…

Amid power tussle with Sena, Fadnavis says ‘Bal Thackeray taught us self-respect’

Amid the ongoing feud with its ally, Maharashtra caretaker Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday heaped praises on Bal Thackeray, saying the Shiv Sena founder taught the people the value of “self-respect”. On the occasion of his 7th death anniversary, Fadnavis tweeted in Marathi, “Salutations to our inspiration source, Hindu Hriday Samrat Balasaheb Thackeray on…

Rennaissance Protection Committee hits out at Kerala govt over its Stand on Sabarimala Issue

General secretary of the committee Punnala Sreekumar told media that a progressive state like Kerala should not have shied from implementing the order and instead take forward the renaissance movement. PTI Updated:November 16, 2019, 9:51 PM IST News18 Creative by Mir Suhail Thiruvananthapuram: The Renaissance Protection Committee on Saturday lashed out at the Kerala government…

Sister Flatt

Brad Livingston felt frightened his first day of heart faculty on the “Holy Hope Academy”. He had by no means been to a Catholic faculty prior to, however heard rumors that the nuns who taught there have been strict and the scholars have been afraid of them. Plus, they assigned such a lot homework that…