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Sonu Sood! Seen in Dabangg, Wanted and many other films playing negative role and entertaining us with his comic appearances and spread laughter in our viens. A indian film actor, model, producer and a humanitarian by profession who acts predominantly in hindi telgu tamil kannada and punjabi. The talented actor was born on 30 july 1973 in punjab started his career from tamil movie back in 1999 and her he is today one of the finest actors of bollywood.

Well known for his physic and good looks is also a engeenering graduate. He has been working in film industry since many years and has never failed us to entertain.

Being mostly in movies with negative role, somewhere in our mind we get a negative thought after seeing him but this actor has turn the tables. One would never relate him to negativity specially the migrants which he has successfully send to their towns and villages

In May 2020 , during the nation wide lockdown due to covid 19 pandemic, sood helped thousands of stranded indian migrants workers to reach their homes throughout india by arranging buses and special trains and charted flights for them.

Being described as Messiah and helping the one in need, he was sadly mocked by shivsena saying the reason behind helping the migrants and enacting a political script by BJP, facing this criticism he was stopped outside the Bandra Terminus by police from meeting labourers. Sonu sood rejected the allegations and said that his deeds had nothing to do with his interest in politics and whatever he is doing is purely out of love. He said he feels strongly about them as he had also came to Mumbai as a migrant and seeing theirs struggle reminding him of his own times.

Everyone comes to the city with a dream of better life. The Simba actor helped 18,000 to 20,000 workers reach their homes in states such a Uttarpradesh, Bihar, Odisha, Jharkhand. Sonu sood is now being hailed as migrants superhero.

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Punjab farmer’s rebel to farm bill passed.



Protests quaked several states on Friday as farmers came out to the streets to oppose the three agricultural marketing Bills passed by the Parliament earlier this week.
Farm bills are seen to deliver freedom – not to local farmers, but to private capital, believes the farmers. And so, the farmers’ organizations across the country gave a call for a lockdown to protest against the three bills passed by Parliament.
1.Produce Trade And Commerce (Promotion and facilitation) Bill, which simplified the entry of private players in food grain purchases.
2.The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill and
3.The farmers (Empowerment and Protection Agreement ) on Price Assurance and the Farm Services Bill.

The government has already informed that these reforms will hasten the expansion in the sector through private sector investment in assembling infrastructure and B2C supply chains for farm produce is not only the national markets but global markets too. It’s intended to help small farmers who relied on direct selling and can’t bargain either for their produce to get a better price or invest in technology to improve the productivity of farms.
The bill on the Agri market seeks to allow farmers to sell their produce veggies outside APMC ‘mandis’ to whoever they want. A huge margin of benefits can be achieved due to cost-cutting on transportation and reduced competition. However, these 3 amendments could imply loss of the ‘commissions’ and ‘mandi fees’.

As soon as farmers jotted down the points of their losses out of the fear that the government will withdraw the MSP regime that already had guaranteed prices in food grains, a rebel initiated. Despite reassurances from the government, farmers believe that the bills will render the current MSP procurement system ineffective, leaving them at the mercy of “big farmers”.

Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister of Punjab, expressed hope for agitating farmers who protested against agricultural bills and said The Union government with its ill-conceived and unconstitutional farms laws pushed the farmers to the brink, forcing them to come out on roads and endanger their life in Covid-19 pandemic, as agriculture is the backbone of the state. According to farmers, it will destroy the farms’ sector with ruthless disregard for the farming community. But according to the BJP-led Central government, these bills will help small and marginal farms by mandis and sign agreements with agricultural business firms doing away stock-holding limits.
As many as 31 farmers organizations under Bhartiya Kisan Union have joined to complete the shutdown of Punjab according to The Hindu. These Unions had called a statewide bandh on September 25 and 1 October. Apart from that 14 trains have been canceled. Even ‘The Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee’ announced Rail Roko turmoil till September 29. Though the protestors said they will protest in their own areas but Delhi is on high alert and preparations are done to deal with eventuality at borders. Farmers rely on governments for fair prices for their produce. Governments are required to step in and help the farmers as prices go low.

What is the government saying?

The bills will facilitate a barrier-free, inter-state, and intra-state trade and business outside the physical reach of markets acquainted under State Agricultural Produce Marketing legislations.
Prime Minister Modi blamed the rumors of protests. “BJP karyakartas should reach to farmers and in simplified language to inform the intricacies of new farm reforms, ” he said.
Also, assured that they will free the farmers of middlemen and other bottlenecks.

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The Chinese friendship!



38 Days after India banned popular video-sharing platform TikTok and 58 other Chinese mobile apps in the country citing security reasons, there has been a wave of rage and doubt about the reasons they are banned. After a lot of research into this, came to discover a chain of data theft and espionage Chinese government funds into the Indian economy that will leave you stunned. TikTok, a Chinese video making application owned by bytedance and indirectly managed by the communist party of China has a lot to tell you inside its system.

Chinese investors corner major stakes in 18 out of 30 Indian unicorns which stands at $4 billion. Tiktok, which was then the larger social media platform in India had 200 million users. A numerical which far beyond what we knew. These data contains crucial information about your whereabouts, your likings, dislikings, relations and your contact details. As much as these are sold to corporate telecoms, they are saved in this server in Beijing.

These Chinese tech companies are a national security threat to India and violate the confidentiality of the user’s database. Conducting espionage around the world would be no less than legal in China where there is a law that states that whoever required by the government will have to give access to the company database. This came as a blow to me because I never wondered that a lack of democracy can lead to lack of security too!
Social media platforms owned by Chinese giants are known to censor posts, videos and information on topics like Tiananmen Square
There were 36 calls from children and adults were received by the
counsellor of Tamil Nadu at the 104 helplines regarding TikTok bullying, Tibetian independence, the religious groups like Fallen Gong and Hong Kong.

The most worrying part is the reach of two Chinese companies namely Huawei and ZTE in the Indian Telecom Sector including the Indian military establishment. The establishment data states that more than 60% of the software and hardware related to the telecom being used in India, the state-managed BSNL are either managed by Huawei or by ZTE. Huawei’s supposed links to PLA (People’s Liberation Army). However, these security concerns were sidelined before because of the fact they sell things at a cheaper rate than any other company but not anymore. India’s sovereignty is the first and foremost concern now.


It is not suitable for children and not educational. Children were vulnerable and might get uncovered to sexual predators. In 2019 India alone has obtained 88.6 million TikTok users regardless of the inappropriate content it holds. There has been a significant rise in deaths in India among TikTok users

while filming of videos and adhering to many challenges that appear on the app. The accomplishment of shortlived ‘Micro-Fame’ compels these users to stand out unique in each one of such challenge.

There have been 55 deaths around the world and 40 of them are in India with another data of uncountable people injured as they were either completing some challenge or making a music video. Apart from this, there are numerous cases of injuries and bizarre activities people opting for. Since the users of the app are of a young, impressionable age, a lot of criticism surrounding the app was about the addictive nature of TikTok. People started making videos in odd places, moving traffic, putting their lives at risk. The app also invited criticism from parents over the open interface of the app, where children can interact with strangers via the app. This can also invite possible predators and molesters. Speaking about the ban, writer and educator, Kartik Bajoria said, “As parents bringing up a new generation of children that are exposed to a myriad of potentially damaging stimuli, especially in the form of media, be it sexually explicit and violent video games, a barrage of pop culture through films and music that objectifies women, and countless other visual messaging such as advertising & branding that instils a wrong sense of self that is purely dictated by materialism; we need to be awfully careful.
Being “TikTok famous” was a common goal for high schoolers — and controversial. The company has faced child data privacy fines by the FTC and has been linked to several deaths in India; it has been accused of banning certain content, both politically sensitive and not.

After spending 5 months of “home sitting”, the Indian neighbour cannot be trusted in any sense. It’s the time India should find solutions to these crises locally and should encourage and protect the potential start-ups to be an alternative to this eventually.

You can guarantee neither a Chinese gadget nor a Chinese friendship!

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