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96 Liquor Bottles Seized from Actress Ramya Krishnan’s Car

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Ramya Krishnan, famous for her role as Sivagami in Bahubali, is all over media. She is being criticized for confiscating a total of 96 alcohol bottles from the dickey of her SUV on Thursday, the 11th of June. Following the event, her driver Selvakumar was arrested.

As the Padayappa Actress was traveling from Mahabalipuram, police stopped her Toyota Innova car (TN07 CQ 0099) at the Muttukadu check post on the East Coast Road. She quietly permitted the inspection and when the alcohol bottles, including eight bottles of hard liquor.

They seized the bottle as it is against the law. The TASMACs are closed for a long time on account of lockdown, selling and buying liquor is illegal. After this event, the driver Selvakumar was arrested.

However, he was later released on personal bail. As of now, the Actress is remaining silent on this controversy. She is yet to give a piece of official information.

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Some people have begun smuggling liquor from other places as TASMAC remains closed. People in fear of an extension in the lockdown are doing illegal deeds.

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Modi Government banned 59 Chinese Apps, see full List here : 

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Indian government has blocked 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and UC Browser, referring to security reasons . The government says that these apps are tough in phrases of security. Apps that the government has banned recently include TikTok, Shareit, UC Browser, Hello, Heli, Likee, Club Factory, mainly. “As per the evidence accessible, these apps we’re immersed in activities which are harmful to maintain the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the state and public order,” said the announcement issued by the government. Because of this, these apps have been banned by the Modi government. 

 

We all remembered that in the middle of the night of 15-16 June, 20 Indian soldiers, including the Colonel, lost their lives in a conflict with Chinese soldiers in the Galway Valley of Ladakh. Since then, there has been a sort of bad terms on the border between the two nations.

 

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As per the request by the army, also by the families and social media: government looking towards the loss caused by the Chinese troops, govt. Has blocked many Chinese apps, including : 

 

TikTok (Tiktok) 

  1. Shareit (Shareite)
  2. Kwai (Kwai)
  3. UC Browser (UC Browser)
  4. Baidu map (Baidu Map)
  5. Shein (Sheen)
  6. Clash of Kings (Clash of Kings)
  7. DU battery saver (DU battery saver)
  8. Helo (halo)
  9. Likee (laiki)
  10. YouCam makeup (Ucam makeup)
  11. Mi Community (MI community)
  12. CM Browers (CM browsers)
  13. Virus Cleaner (Virus Cleaner)
  14. APUS Browser (APUS Browser)
  15. ROMWE (ROMWE)
  16. Club Factory (Club Factory)
  17. Newsdog (News Dog)
  18. Beutry Plus (Beauty Plus)
  19. WeChat (WeChat)
  20. UC News (UC News)
  21. QQ Mail (QQ Mail)
  22. Weibo (Weibo)
  23. Xender (Gender)
  24. QQ Music (QQ Music))
  25. QQ Newsfeed (QQ Newsfeed)
  26. Bigo Live (Beego Live)
  27. SelfieCity (Selficity)
  28. Mail Master (Mail Master )
  29. Parallel Space (Parallel Space)
  30. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi (Mi Video Call – Xiaomi)
  31. WeSync (VSync)
  32. ES File Explorer (ES File Explorer)
  33. Viva Video – QU Video Inc (Viva Video – QU Video Inc.)
  34. Meitu (Meetu)
  35. Vigo Video (Vigo Video)
  36. New Video Status (New Video Status)
  37. DU Recorder (DU Recorder)
  38. Vault-Hide (Vault-Hyde))
  39. Cache Cleaner DU App studio (Cache Cleaner DU App Studio)
  40. DU Cleaner (DU Cleaner)
  41. DU Browser (DU Browser)
  42. Hago Play With New Friends (Hago Play With Friends)
  43. Cam Scanner (Chem Scanner)
  44. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile (Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile )
  45. ​​Wonder Camera (Wonder Camera)
  46. Photo Wonder (Photo Wonder)
  47. QQ Player (QQ Player)
  48. We Meet (We Meet)
  49. Sweet Selfie (Sweet Selfie)
  50. Baidu Translate (Baidu Translate)

52 . Vmate (Vimate)

  1. QQ International (QQ International)
  2. QQ Security Center (QQ Security Cleaner)
  3. QQ Launcher (QQ Launcher)
  4. U Video (U Video)
  5. V Fly Status Video (V Fly Status Video )
  6. Mobile Legends
  7. DU Privacy (DU Privacy)

 

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‘Krishna and His Leela’ Movie Enrages Hindus; #BoycottNetflix Trends

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The Netflix Original movie ‘Krishna and His Leela’ directed by Ravikant Perepu is a usual playboy movie starring Sidhu Jonalgadda and Shraddha Sainath in the lead roles. The Telugu movie is also produced by Rana Dagubathi (Baahubali fame) was released on June 25, earning rage from hurt netizens.

Netizens have raised criticisms stating that the movie has hurt Hindu sentiments. The lead character, Krishna, is portrayed as a womanizer, playing with many girls, two of which are Radha and Sathyabama. The great Hindu god Krishna, who gave Bhagavad Gita to the World, is portrayed in grey lights, and the Hindus are on fire, stating that Netflix is anti-Hindu and propaganda against the whole Hindu community. The film is tagged as an insult to Hinduism. Many netizens have taken offense to the film, saying that it has hurt their religious beliefs.

Some accuse Netflix of wontedly taking such controversial concepts in order to gain popularity. Hence, the hashtag #BoycottNetflix is now trending on social media. Social media is overflowing with the criticizing posts. Whether or not you are a Netflix subscriber, this boycott campaign is a significant movement to sustain our beliefs and dignity of Hinduism.

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Was THAT Endgame Scene Stolen from Suicide Squad?

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The clashes between the DC Extended Universe fans and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are not anything new, but this time it is a whole different thing. Russo brothers, the makers of The Avengers: Endgame is accused of copying a scene from David Ayre’s Suicide Squad.

Recently, a Twitter user had shared both the clips comparing each other. He wrote, “Criminals Deserve No Mercy!” with the hashtag, #ReleaseTheAyerCut.

It is the original scene in Suicide Squad where Katana (played by Karen Fukuhara) enters and goes on to fight a group of people in a deserted street. In the end, a person is seen to beg her for mercy. She replies, “Criminals Deserve No Mercy!” before finishing him off.

This scene was deleted from the movie. However, Ayer claims that the original version of the movie Suicide Squad never left the editing room for months as The Warner Bros had to delete several scenes to alter the tone of the film.

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But the scene from the Avengers: Endgame, where Hawkeye, aka Ronin, enters fighting a pack of people and killing them against the backdrop of heavy rain, is surprisingly similar to the Suicide squad scene.

Now DC fans are demanding that the original Ayer shot be released like Zack Snyder was allowed to do with his Justice League so that they could prove their point adequately and know for sure.

Following this, the Russo Brothers are negatively criticized on Social media, calling them “shameless,” and so.

This issue necessarily need not be plagiarism or copyright infringement but can also be drawn as an inspiration or a pure coincidence.

However, the DC fans are not convinced, and they are currently going back to the film and its deleted scenes to compare and contrast the views. They allege that Marvel may even have stolen a sequence of scenes.

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