Hrithik Roshan Speaks His Heart Out Against Kangana Ranaut ! Why ? Know The Whole Controversy

Hrithik Roshan Speaks His Heart Out Against Kangana Ranaut ! Why ? Know The Whole Controversy

Kangana Ranaut – The queen of controversies in bollywood. She has not spared anyone in bollywood. She has issues with almost everyone in bollywood right from her imaginary affair with hrithik roshan till her nepotism controversy with karan johar.

Kangana Ranaut – Hrithik Roshan controversy

It all started with casting of Aashqui 3, where she was replaced by some other actress. On replying to media when asked why she was replaced from the film she replied :

‘I don’t know why exes do silly things to get your attention. For me that chapter is over and I don’t dig graves.’

Ex – Referred to Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan then counterattacked her by sending her legal notice to her seeking an apology for referring him as her ex.

Hrithik also claimed that Kangana is good at imagining things and suffers from Asperger’s syndrome (a mental disorder).

Kangana emailed him several texts, but hrithik didn’t reply any.

Hrithik Roshan also filed a complaint against unknown person for impersonating him on email and replying kangana. Though, hrithik personally never send any emails or texts to kangana.

Kangana’s close friend told media that Hrithik proposed kangana in paris by giving her a ring.

She told media that Hrithik proposed kangana by saying :

‘You may think this is coming out of a rebound. But I have no doubts about our future happiness because you are the only person who has never judged me. And I have felt a strong connection with you from day one’.

But Hrithik claimed this story to be false and imaginary. He also told that he can show his passport, which clearly shows that he was not in paris.

These 10 amazing facts about ‘Ravana’ will blow your mind. Read more..

These 10 amazing facts about ‘Ravana’ will blow your mind. Read more..

10 interesting facts about Ravana:—

  • Ravana was Brahma’s great-grandson

Ravan’s father was the famous rishi, Visravas, who himself was a son of Prajapati Pulastya, one of Brahma’s ten ‘mind-born’ sons . Since he was born to great sage Vishrava and daitya princess Kaikesi, it made him partly Brahmin and partly daitya.

  • The Villain is also God.

Contrary to the belief, Ravana was not a cruel ruler. Although he took Sri Lanka by force from his step brother Kuber, he proved be the most influential Sri Lankan king ever. His reign over Sri Lanka is recorded as the most prosperous era of Lanka.

  • Ravana was well-aware of his Impending Doom.

Most powerful Asuras (demons) knew that they were sent to earth to perform a particular role. Ravana knew that it was his fate to die by the hands of an avatar of Vishnu, something that would help him attain moksha and give up his demon form.

  • He was a devotee of Lord Ram.

Ravana is considered as the most revered devotee of Lord. He is said to have pleased Shiva with penance to an extent where Shiva handedover an Atma Linga (Soul of Shiva) as a boon to Ravana. Atma Linga would help Ravana attain immortality and invincibility.Atma Linga would have remained in Ravana’s possession had he not been cheated by Devas.

  • Ravana and his brother Kumbhkaran were actually avatars of Lord Vishnu’s gatekeepers.

Ravana and his brother Kumbhkaran were actually Jaya and Vijaya, the gatekeepers of Vishnu, which made them a little arrogant. So much so that once when the four Kumaras, mind-born sons of Brahma showed up at the gates of Vaikunth (Vishnu’s abode), Jaya-Vijaya mistook them for naked children (a result of their tapasya). This enraged the sages so much, they cursed Jaya-Vijaya saying that they would be parted from their lord. When they asked for forgiveness, the sages said that they could either spent seven lifetimes on earth as Vishnu’s avatars’ allies or three lifetimes as their enemies. They naturally chose the latter. In one of those three lifetimes, Jaya-Vijaya were born as Ravana and Kumbhkaran.

  • Ravana and his 10 heads

His ten heads is the symbol of his god-like proficiency in the four Vedas and the six Shastras. He also possessed the highest degree of knowledge in astronomy and is even said to control the planetary movements. Fostering this is an instance – when Indrajit (his son) was about to take birth, he instructed all the 9 planets to align in a row in order for Indrajit to be a special child. But somehow Saturn fell out of the way and Ravana exacted revenge from him.

  • Bali defeated Ravana.

RAVANA was defeated by Bali, and was assaulted and imprisoned in his armpits for 6 months.

  • As he lay dying, he taught valuable lesson to Laxman.

On his deathbed Ravana taught Politics lessons to Laxamana and shared experiences from his own life.He guided him to have always good relations with charioteer, cook, gatekeeper and his brothers, because those are the persons who can harm you most.He advised Lakshmana never to underestimate strength of his enemy, a mistake which he made.He asked Lakshmana to always believe in astrology and movement of stars which can never be wrong.He told him to trust a minister who criticizes,a mistake he made in case of his brother Vibhishan.

  • He was an extraordinary veena player.

Ravana was a great musician, who designed his own string instrument called Ravana Veena.He also invented the bow of the violin. He also narrated very first Ragas. He composed Shiv Tandav, most valuable work on praise of Lord Shiva.

  • Ravana ccontrolled sunrise.

With years of penance and dedication, Ravana was said to have become so mighty that he could actually control the sunrise and sunset.

15 Schemes Launched by Congress Govt but Renamed & Credit Taken by Modi Govt

15 Schemes Launched by Congress Govt but Renamed & Credit Taken by Modi Govt

Downvote Alert !! Anyway 90% of them are yes; renamed !

All answers have been collapsed. Irony of being truthful to facts.

As far the reports are showing, 19 out of 23 schemes that are claimed to be a Modi Government schemes are just renamed ones from the previous UPA government.

  1. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana = Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account

Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account (BSBDA) was a no-minimum-balance service with all facilities of a normal banking account, except that withdrawals were limited to four a month, according to this Reserve Bank of India (RBI) circular dated 17 August 2012. The accounts came with an automated teller machine (ATM)-cum-debit card too.

The BSBDA accounts were also meant for beneficiaries of government programmes, according to this answer in the Rajya Sabha (upper house of Parliament) on 13 December 2012.

Under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY), launched on 28 August 2014, an accident insurance cover of Rs 1 lakh, overdraft facility up to Rs 5,000 after six months, and a life insurance of Rs 30,000 were added to BSBDA accounts.

Unlike BSBDA, PMJDY accounts had a credit limit of Rs 1 lakh because of which pension reimbursements were getting rejected, The Financial Express reported on 8 September 2016.

While BSBDA covered only villages with above 2,000 population, PMJDY has been extended to all areas–rural as well as urban.

2. Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana = National Girl Child Day programmes

The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA)-I declared 24 January as the National Girl Day in 2008-09 and several objectives associated with previous continuing programmes were adopted as targets.

Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana (BBBPY), launched in January 2015 under the ministries of women and child development, health and family welfare and human resource development, was a consolidation of old programmes scattered across schemes and ministries under the UPA government.

For instance, the girl child education programme of BBBPY was a repackaging of older education schemes such as the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, according to this February 2016 report by the Centre for Development and Human Rights, a research and advocacy organisation in New Delhi.

Similarly, BBBPY’s objectives of improving the child sex ratio and reducing school dropout rates among girls were already present in the UPA’s Dhanalakshmi and Sabla schemes, respectively. Dhanalakshmi was later discontinued as states already had better schemes in place.

3. Digital India = National eGovernance Plan

The National eGovernance Plan is “now subsumed under Digital India”, according to this government release on 30 November 2016.

Both the Congress (click here and here) and the BJP schemes talk about building infrastructure for delivering government services electronically.

4. Skill India = National Skill Development Programme

Previous skill development programmes were relaunched as Skill India with new branding, according to this government release on 15 July 2015.

The older programmes – National Skill Development Corporation and National Skill Development Fund (launched in 2009), and National Skill Development Agency (launched in 2013) – were brought under a new department of skill development and entrepreneurship on 31 July 2014, according to this government release.

The department became a ministry on 9 November 2014.

5. Mission Indradhanush = Universal Immunisation Programme

Mission Indradhanush is the new name for special immunisation weeks, which were being conducted in areas of low immunisation under the Universal Immunisation Programme, FactChecker reported on 23 July 2015.

6. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana = National Rural Livelihood Mission

“The Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana … is a part of the National Rural Livelihood Mission,” according to the programme website.

7. PAHAL = Direct Benefits Transfer for LPG

Launched on 1 June 2013, the “Direct Benefit transfer of LPG scheme PAHAL (Pratyaksh Hanstantrit Labh) [was] re-launched in 54 districts on 15 November 2014 in the 1st phase and will be launched in the rest of the 622 districts of the country on 1.1.2015,” according to this government release on 31 December 2014.

8. BharatNet = National Optic Fibre Network

The National Optic Fibre Network, approved on 25 October 2011, aims to provide “Broadband connectivity to Panchayats”.

BharatNet merely repeats the claim: “to digitally connect all the Gram Panchayats (GPs) and Villages of India”, according to this September 2016 Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay report on the second phase of the programme.

9. Make In India = National Manufacturing Policy

The Make In India website not only summarises the scheme as Congress’ “National Manufacturing Policy” but even the broken download link unsuccessfully directs you to a 2011 document of the older policy. The features of the National Manufacturing Policy and Make in India remain the same, shows a comparison on Twitter on 13 February 2016, by Amitabh Dubey, a political analyst at Trusted Sources, which provides investment research on emerging markets.

10. Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Yojana = Jan Aushadhi scheme

The decision to launch the Jan Aushadhi scheme, a programme to supply unbranded medicines at lower prices, was taken on 23 April 2008.

The first store under the scheme was opened on 25 November 2008, according to the Bureau of Pharma PSU in India, established under the department of pharmaceuticals on 1 December 2008, to coordinate the scheme through government-owned companies.

The scheme is now called Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana, according to this Lok Sabha answer on 14 March 2017.

11. Atal Pension Yojana = Swavalamban Yojana

Even as the Modi government folded Congress’s Swavalamban Yojana – a pension scheme for unorganised sector workers launched on 29 September 2010 – under its Atal Pension Yojana, the features of the two schemes remain the same, according to this comparison by the Rajiv Gandhi Institute For Contemporary Studies, a think tank in New Delhi.

12. Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana = Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana and other programmes

“Some existing components … have been clubbed together as a cluster based programme and named Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana,” according to the Outcome Budget 2015-16 of the agriculture and cooperation department, FactChecker reported on 22 July 2015.

13. Soil Health Card scheme = National Project on Management of Soil Health and Fertility

A soil health card was “added” to the National Project on Management of Soil Health and Fertility, according to the Outcome Budget 2015-16 of the agriculture and cooperation department.

The Centre would earlier provide support to states for issuing soil health cards under the central scheme, according to Lok Sabha (lower house of Parliament) answers (click here and here).

Under the UPA government, soil health cards were also issued under the National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture, one of its several organic-farming programmes, according to the Outcome Budget 2015-16. This scheme was also merged with NDA’s renamed Soil Health Card programme.

14. BJP’s neem-coated urea = Congress’s neem-coated urea

Neem-coated urea was included in the Fertiliser (Control) Order of 1985 in 2004, according to government-owned National Fertilizers’ website, and was notified on 2 June 2008, according to this government communication.

It was finally included in the 1985 Order through an amendment on 6 February 2017.

15. Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation = Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission

NDA’s urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu had said on assuming office that they would replace Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) with their own urban renewal schemes, The Hindu reported on 29 May 2014.

Subsequently, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), smart cities Mission and Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana (Urban) were launched on 25 June 2015.

JNNURM was launched on 3 December 2005, for an initial period of seven years and then extended for two years up to March 2014, according to this Rajya Sabha answer on 6 December 2012.

A comparison of some key objectives of the two programmes shows that under the NDA government, the targets of UPA’s umbrella programme have been spread over several schemes.

The “sectors covered under JNNURM and AMRUT and other urban development programmes overlap significantly,” according this March 2016 report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, a global consultancy .

Deep Sigh !!

Major Takeaways from Sushma Swaraj’s Speech at UN

Major Takeaways from Sushma Swaraj’s Speech at UN

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations General Assembly. Besides emphasising on international cooperation, she also spoke about the need to mitigate global warming and demonetisation.

Important takeaways from Sushma Swaraj’s speech in New York

Indo-Pak relations

In response to Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s allegations of brutality in Kashmir, she said that India had made substantial progress since Independence but Pakistan had become “pre-eminent export factory for terror”.

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Why is it that today India is a recognised IT superpower in the world, and Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror?… We have marched ahead, consistently, without pause” and created IITs, IIMs and AIIMS and produced scholars, doctors, engineers and scientists.

About Climate Change

“Nature sent its warning to the world even before the world’s leadership gathered in New York at the United Nations through Harvey,” she said referring to the deadly Hurricane Harvey that hit the US in August.

“We must understand, this requires more serious action than talk. The developed world must listen more carefully than others, because it has more capacities than others.It must help the less fortunate through technology transfer and Green Climate Financing — that is the only way to save future generations,” Swaraj said.


“Demonetisation was a courageous decision to challenge one of the by-products of corruption, the ‘black money’ that disappeared from circulation.”

Attempts to reduce poverty

“We are turning them from job-seekers into job-providers.” She spoke at length about several initiatives like the Jan Dhan Yojana, Mudra Yojana, Skill India, Ujjwala Yojana and Digital India.
She highlighted how these measures were transforming and strengthening the lives of people.

Nuclear proliferation

“Nuclear proliferation is back in the zone of dangerous headlines. Cyber security has become a source of deep insecurity.

A lot of people took to twitter to appreciate her for delivering this powerful speech.

About Sustainable Development

“India has displayed courage & leadership to take tough decisions which have launched interlinked process of sustainable development.”
Some Guinness World Records which look very easy but aren’t. Why so ? Find them here

Some Guinness World Records which look very easy but aren’t. Why so ? Find them here

There are some very easy looking and easy sounding Guinness World Records. But, they are extremely tough when you try them out. I have listed some of them here:

Most Saltline Crackers Eaten in one minute

The record is : 10

Why it is difficult : The dryness in the mouth due to the salty crackers makes it impossible to go beyond 5 without water.

Most M&Ms eaten in one minute blindfolded using chopsticks

The record is : 20

Why it is difficult : I could hardly eat 1 M&M blindfolded using chopsticks.

Most CDs balanced on one finger

The record is : 50

Why it is difficult : Because, you aren’t allowed to poke your finger through the CD’s hole. The CDs will just feel heavy and fall off when you try to balance more than 10 CDs.

Most sticky notes on the face in one minute

The record is : 58

Why it is difficult : Your face will run out of stick-able space after around 30 notes.

Most Marshmallows eaten in one minute

The record is : 25

Why it is difficult : You need to have a standard-sized marsh mallow. After eating 10 marshmallows, it is difficult to proceed further without drinking water

Most coins stacked into a tower in 30 seconds

The record is : 69

Why it is difficult : The coin tower has to last for 10 seconds, but the tower will start losing balance after you cross 40 coins.