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Bandgi Kalra answers back to claims her relationship with Puneesh is fake

Bandgi Kalra answers back to claims her relationship with Puneesh is fake

Bandgi Kalra, one of the heartthrobs of Bigg Boss 11, has claimed that producers are ready to cast her and her boyfriend and fellow Bigg Boss contestant Puneesh Sharma together. "All the offers that are coming our way are for both of us. Producers want to cast us together. It's also a fitting reply to people who used to call us fake on Bigg Boss 11," she said.
41000 posts for government schools lying vacant in Assam

41000 posts for government schools lying vacant in Assam

As many as 41,000 posts are lying vacant in government schools in Assam. Out of these, 27,000 are posts for teachers, Minister of State for Education Pallab Lochan Das told the assembly in a reply. The process to appoint teachers in the state has been lying pending in court. He said that the state planned to fill 9513 posts, but the matter was dragged in court.
Caught on camera: Man hacked to death on busy Hyderabad road

Caught on camera: Man hacked to death on busy Hyderabad road

A man was hacked to death in broad daylight on the busy streets of Hyderabad's Rajendra Nagar area on Tuesday. In the videos shot by people present at the spot, one attacker can be seen repeatedly attacking the victim with an axe. Reports say the policemen present near the scene did nothing to stop the killers. Police officials, however, refuted the allegations.
Will buy gas from Iran despite US sanctions: Erdogan

Will buy gas from Iran despite US sanctions: Erdogan

Turkey will continue to buy gas from Iran, despite US sanctions, President Recep Tayyep Erdogan stated in an interview. "We need to be realistic. Am I supposed to let people freeze in winter? Nobody should be offended. How can I heat my people's homes if we stop purchasing Iran's natural gas?" he said. Turkey also buys half of its gas from Russia.
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