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"Going by your fans choice defines a singer" – says Purva Mantri

MUMBAI: Young and Enthusiastic Purva Mantri, who is known for her consecutive hit songs is back again with yet another romantic song ‘Channa Mereya’. Channa Mereya is a rendition of the original Arijit Singh song. Purva says, “I love every bit of this song and wanted to recreate it. Be it singing or shooting of the song, I was very cautious in doing each and every bit of it because I wanted the feel of the original song to be there in my rendition. Going by your fans choice defines a singer".

Sexual harassment at work place not being managed well in India: Huma Qureshi

NEW DELHI: Actress Huma Qureshi says people in India have a tendency to intimidate a woman when she opens up about sexual harassment, making her feel like an offender instead of a victim. She feels there is a need to create a safer and comfortable environment for women.

Toll in Lucknow hotels blaze reaches 6

The death toll in the blaze at two hotels here climbed to six on Wednesday, with one person succumbing to his burn injuries, police said. A magisterial probe into the blaze has begun.

Five killed in fire at two Lucknow hotels

Five persons were killed as fire broke out in two hotels here on Tuesday, police said.

Misuse of stamp duty rebate: New rule bars transfer of property for 1 year

The state government has amended a rule to curb the misuse of stamp duty rebate extended to women on property registration.
The scheme was launched to empower women by giving them a 2 per cent rebate on the acquisition of property in their name.

Woman, daughter gangraped in Bihar

 A woman and her daughter were allegedly gang-raped by nearly a dozen youths in Bihar's Gaya district, police said on Thursday.

Couple makes love at crowded Nariman Point, police hunt for man

MUMBAI: In a bizarre incident, hundreds of Mumbaikars watched, clicked and filmed a young couple making love brazenly in the busy Marine Drive area of south Mumbai on Thursday.

Dubai court charges Indian man for abusing ex-female employer

 A 30-year-old Indian man has been charged by a court here after he allegedly made online and telephonic threats and verbally abused his former boss, an Uzbek businesswoman.

Delhi team wins $1mn XPrize for women's safety device inspired by Nirabhaya

 A  technology team from Delhi inspired by Nirbhaya has won the $1 million Anu and Naveen Jain XPrize for Women's Safety by developing a device that will send out alerts with location and summon help if a woman is threatened.

2 starvation deaths in Jharkhand in 3 days

 Two women have died due to starvation in Jharkhand in the last three days, prompting Chief Minister Raghbar Das order a probe.

Girls can do anything, proves Indian teen who climbed Everest

On May 15 this year, a teenaged girl from Haryana embarked on the very challenging task of climbing Mount Everest from the Nepal side. But having dropped her radio transceiver during the trek, she couldn't inform anyone about her whereabouts.

Series of grenade attacks in Srinagar, eight injured

SRINAGAR: Eight people including four paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers and an equal number of civilians were injured on Saturday in three grenade attacks carried out by the militants.

Hawaii volcano lava destroys over 80 homes

 More than 80 homes have been destroyed by the Kilauea volcano eruption in Hawaii in the four weeks since lava began flowing, a top official said.

Indian American techie convicted of sexually assaulting 'date'

An Indian American IT executive has been convicted of sexually assaulting, choking and beating a woman he met on a dating website and faces up to 25 years in jail, the media reported.

One bomber in Canada Indian restaurant attack may be woman: Police

One of the two bombers of an Indian restaurant in this Toronto suburb that left 15 injured last week, was likely a woman, according to Regional Police Superintendent Rob Ryan.

39 lakhs children vaccinated in 28 days of MR Campaign in Punjab

Despite all the initial hiccups, the MR vaccination campaign has been marching forward to achieve its target. The success of this campaign can be gauged from the fact that, in 28 days of its launching around 39 lacs children have been administered the MR vaccine.

Modi congratulates tribal students for scaling Mount Everest

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated five tribal students for scaling Mount Everest and also praised the all-women crew of INSV Tarini for circumventing the globe.

Man crushed to death by Metro in Gurugram

 A 40-year-old man was on Saturday crushed to death after coming in-between an on-coming Delhi Metro train and its platform in Gurugram, police said.

Pregnant woman gang-raped in Gurugram

A six-month pregnant woman was allegedly gang-raped by an autorickshaw driver and his two accomplices in Manesar here, police said on Saturday.

Six civilians injured in Kashmir grenade blast

SRINAGAR: Six civilians were injured on Wednesday when a grenade hurled by militants at a vehicle of security forces missed the target and exploded on the road in Jammu and Kashmir's Bijbehara town.


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