Exclusive | Puneeth Rajkumar Death: All screenings of Brother Shiva Rajkumar Bhajarangi 2 have been cancelled.
Kannada superstar Punith Rajkumar died on Friday of fatal cardiac arrest. The actor was reportedly working at his gym when he suddenly collapsed and was taken to the hospital immediately. Punith was later admitted to Vikram Hospital in Bengaluru and was receiving treatment in the intensive care unit until the devastating news emerged. He was 46 years old.
Prime Minister Modi honors flowers for Mahatma Gandhi in Italy and meets Indian community
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday hailed the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Gandhi’s Square in Rome during his visit to attend the 16th G20 Summit. He also greeted the members of the Indian community that gathered in the area and interacted with them. The Prime Minister was greeted with chants in Sanskrit and “Modi Modi!” During his interaction with the Indian community in Italy.
Mumbai Bus Accident: Top Driver Dies to Injuries; Three others critical
The driver of the Mumbai Logistics and Transport (BEST) bus driver Brihan, who was injured in a dump truck accident, died here on Friday, a civil official said. Eight people, five of them seriously, were injured on Wednesday when a bus collided with six dump trucks in the Khodadad district of Dadar, central Mumbai.
EPF rate of 8.5% for fiscal year 21 approved by Fin Min; 6 crores to get money from Diwali
The Ministry of Finance has approved an interest rate of 8.5% on provident fund deposits for the year 2020-2021. This decision will bring some joy to more than 6 crore EPFO beneficiaries ahead of Diwali. The pension authority will soon start depositing it into the beneficiary’s account.
Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani and Rohini Nilekani donated Rs 252 crore in FY21
Hurun India and EdelGive recently released the 8th Annual EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List for 2021. The ranking, released every year, draws the country’s most generous individuals. This year, Infosys’ Nilekani family maintained their track record, with co-founder Nandan Nilekani donating Rs 183 crore to social thinking in fiscal year 2021, ranking fifth on the list. Apart from him, Rohini Nilekani, Chris Gopalakrishnan and S.D. Chibulal – all from Infosys Group – donated Rs 69 crore, Rs 50 crore and Rs 35 crore respectively. Billionaires Nandan Nilekani and Rohini Nilekani signed in 2017 the Giving Pledge, a network of wealthier individuals who commit their wealth to philanthropy.
Why is barbecue sauce on Mark Zuckerberg’s bookshelf? The Internet wants to know
Facebook has just made a big brand – it’s Meta now. CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement led to a slew of speculation on social media, but trust the internet to stick to the smallest details. In the video Zuckerberg shared where he explains the decision and how Meta will present the image of Metaverse, social media users spot a bottle of BBQ sauce sitting on his bookshelf, which is supposed to serve as a cover. Social media users think it’s ridiculous to have a cover, and the low-profile user took offense at Zuckerberg. The original tweet, at the time of writing, had over 7,000 likes and nearly 700 retweets, shared a screenshot of the item in question and wrote, “Books are never read. Barbecue sauce doesn’t taste. Dog hasn’t petted. Delete Facebook. 0/10 # MarkZuckerberg (sic)”. Internet investigators went so far as to identify the bottle as that of Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce, and they just wanted some answers from Zuckerberg.
Myanmar military junta sentences Suu Kyi’s assistant to 20 years in prison for treason: lawyer
His lawyer said the Myanmar military council has sentenced a close aide to ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 20 years in prison for high treason. Myanmar has been in turmoil since the February 1 coup, with nationwide protests and more than 1,100 people killed by security forces, according to a local monitoring group.