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Sanskriti Tiwari Crowned Miss Universal Grand India 2024.

In a spectacular event organized by the Miss Cosmos Queen India Org., Sanskriti Tiwari from Panipat was crowned as the winner of Miss Universal Grand India 2024. The prestigious title was bestowed upon her by Miss Cosmos Queen India 2024, Paridhi Sharma in the presence of India's national director and celebrity stylist Serena Khat. Sanskriti will now represent India at the Miss Universal Grand 2024 by international Pageant Director Mr Chris Albert Santos in Colombia this July.

Fatal Accident: Elderly Man Killed by Speeding Audi in Noida

Tragedy struck in Noida Sector 53 on Sunday morning as a 64-year-old man, Janak Dev Shah, lost his life after being hit by a speeding car. The vehicle, identified as a high-end Audi, struck Shah while he was on his way to buy milk near Kanchanjunga market.

Karnataka Agrees to Pay ₹80 Lakh Hotel Bill for PM Modi’s Mysuru Stay

Karnataka Forest Minister Eshwar Khandre announced that the state government will cover the hospitality expenses incurred during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Mysuru in April last year. The bill, totaling up to ₹80 lakh, was for the prime minister's stay during the commemoration of 50 years of Project Tiger.

“BRS Leader K Kavitha Arrested by CBI in Tihar Jail for Liquor Policy Case”

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K Kavitha of BRS Arrested by CBI in Tihar Jail Amid Liquor Policy Money Laundering Case

In a significant development, K Kavitha, a prominent leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and daughter of former Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, has been arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inside Tihar Jail. This arrest is related to a money laundering case connected to the Delhi liquor policy, raising eyebrows and sparking intense scrutiny.

Kavitha’s arrest follows recent questioning by the probe agency during her judicial custody. The allegations against her center on her purported role in the “South Group,” which allegedly paid kickbacks of ₹100 crore to the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi. This payment was allegedly made to secure a significant share of liquor licenses in the national capital.

The 46-year-old politician was initially arrested on March 15 by the Enforcement Directorate from her residence in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. Subsequently, CBI officials interrogated her inside Tihar Jail after obtaining permission from a special court.

The investigation revolves around WhatsApp chats recovered from co-accused Buchi Babu’s phone and documents related to a land deal. These pieces of evidence suggest that the kickbacks were paid to influence the excise policy in favor of a liquor lobby, a matter of considerable public interest and concern.

In response to the investigations and her subsequent arrest, Kavitha expressed her grievances in a letter to the court, denouncing what she termed a “media trial” that has tarnished her reputation and invaded her privacy. She emphasized her cooperation with the agencies, providing all necessary details and promising to surrender any mobile phones as required.

This arrest and the ongoing investigation highlight the intersection of politics, finance, and law enforcement, underscoring the need for transparency and accountability in matters related to public policies and financial dealings. The case has garnered significant attention, with many observing it as a test of the legal system’s ability to address alleged corruption and money laundering in the political sphere.

Sources By Agencies

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