FTII student protests continue
The protests for the removal of Gajendra Chauhan as chairman of Film and Television Institute of India(FTII) intensifies as three students go on an indefinite hunger strike. The students have announced that if they are hospitalised, three other students will take their place until the requests are met. Will our democracy bow before the people’s demands?
Indrani Mukherjea confesses
High profile Sheena Bora murder case came to its climax when prime accused, Sheena’s mother, Indrani Mukherjea confessed of her role in the murder. Although the motive is not yet clear, but this helps the police in further cracking her accomplice, her ex husband and her driver, who are reported to be involved in the murder.Delhi police officials say the issue has not been reported to them and the video is yet to be verified.
Let’s learn from this Kerala station
Aluva railway station in Kerala has made an innovative use out of waste plastic bottles. These bottles usually seen strewn across tracks, in Aluva, are used for storing plants and then hanged with a string, between the railway tracks. More than the aesthetic appeal, this serves a practical purpose of reusing the plastic bottles and keeping the tracks litter free.media. In need of a good laugh? Watch her dance video.
New iPhone twins are here
Apple launches iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus with no body bending problems this time. With minimal changes in the look and a minor upgrade for Siri, the features to look out for are force sensitive 3D touch, more megapixels and a new A9 processor with 2GB RAM which will ensure better performance.
No meat for Maharashtra
After beef, Maharashtra government has yet again left the non-vegetarians in an uproar by banning meat for the period of the Jain festival of Paryushan. Actually the BMC already has a ban on the killing of animals on 2 days during Paryushan since 1964. But this new act of banning the sale for 7 days is aganst secularims. The funny thing is the Jain community would not ask only for a meat ban but allow the sale of fish and chicken. This entire thing is nothing but a political gimmick, sparking resentment towards the community unneccessarily.
Volume 5 Issue 4