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Agra man live-streams suicide on Facebook

Agra man live-streams suicide on Facebook

A 24-year-old youth from Agra live-streamed his suicide on Facebook on Wednesday. He was upset over not being selected in the Indian Army despite several attempts. The deceased was identified as Munna Kumar, a BSc graduate and resident of Agra's Shanti Nagar. 2,750 people watched the live video but nobody raised an alarm or alerted his family members.
Stalin’s dig at AIADMK for backing BJP in no-confidence motion

Stalin’s dig at AIADMK for backing BJP in no-confidence motion

The Modi sarkar which sailed through comfortably in Parliament had the support of the AIADMK when the house voted during the no-confidence motion moved by the TDP. Following a 12 hour debate, the no-confidence motion introduced by the TDP and backed by the opposition was defeated with 325 MPs rejecting it. Only 125 MPs backed the motion.

Home Ministry to launch Student Police Cadet Program

Home Ministry to launch Student Police Cadet Program

With an aim to build a bridge between the police and the youth, Home Minister Rajnath Singh is set to launch the Student Police Cadet program throughout the nation on Saturday. The program will not have any specified text books or syllabus, but will involve classes where the students are taught about crime prevention and control, along with values and ethics. 
PM Modi thanks parties who voted against No Confidence Motion

PM Modi thanks parties who voted against No Confidence Motion

After the rejection of the No Confidence Motion against the NDA, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked all the parties that supported his government. "NDA has the confidence of the Lok Sabha and the 125 crore people of India. I thank all the parties that have supported us in the vote today," he said, adding that the NDA's efforts to transform India will continue.
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