After Indian #IndiaWithPakistan Pakistani twitteratis say #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail

After terrorist attack on Army Public School in Pakistan, Indians come forward to stand for the solidarity, peace and to raise a united voice against terrorism to support Pakistan and on Thursday, after LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi gets bail from Pakistani court, a main planner of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Pakistani came up on social media to support India.
After Indian #IndiaWithPakistan Pakistani twitteratis say #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail
Just few hours after the Pakistani court granted bail to the terrorist Lakhvi, #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail appeared in top ten list of Pakistan twitter trending.

And Indian users welcome it

Earlier Indian supports with hashtag #IndiaWithPakistan, which gone viral soon after the Peshawar massacre where Taliban killed almost 150 in an Army school.

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Bulandshahr DM Lashes Out At Officials For Corrupt Activities

This video which shows Bulandshahr’s District Magistrate lashing out at junior officials for their corrupt activities is gone viral on social media.

Bulandshahr DM Lashes Out At Officials For Corrupt Activities

The video which features DM B Chandrakala is seen scolding officers for using poor quality bricks on road construction.

Social media users praised and called her as ‘Dabangg’ lady and Lady ‘Singham’.

PMO Asked Private FM Channels To Air PM Modi Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat has been a hit on the airwaves three months in a row, with audiences tuning in to hear the PM on Sunday mornings. But the show’s success, it turns out, is partly driven by the mighty hand of officialdom.
PM Narendra Modi Man Ki Baat
In a document Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) pressed the information and broadcasting ministry and public broadcaster Prasar Bharati to mount “cross-media” publicity for the programme and also pursue privately-owned media to cut back routine programming and broadcast Mann Ki Baat.

For instance, while preparing for the second show aired on November 2, the PMO got in touch with All-India Radio (AIR), “desiring” that private radio and TV channels relay audio of the talk.

The I&B ministry appears to have used its influence to impress upon private channels as well.

“The ministry did approach us. But we were also happy to carry the talk show and be given permission for it. It was voluntary in that sense,” Uday Chawla, secretary-general of the Radio Operators’ Association of India.

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Visually impaired man steals show, lands PK role

Visually impaired Manoj Roy gets a life changing event when he got a chance to act in Rajkumar Hirani’s film PK that releases Friday.

Visually impaired man steals show, lands PK role

Manoj, 39, is from Bedeti in Assam’s Sonitpur district. Son of a daily wager, he dropped out of school and boarded a train to Delhi when his father fell too sick to work.

“I was a regular at Jantar Mantar. A few months ago, two gentlemen approached me and asked if I could act. I told them acting is what I do to ensure two square meals. They gave me a phone number and a ‘ 20 note,” Manoj said.
On calling the number he was told to go to Nehru stadium. “I went the very next day and found myself with a film unit. I was taken for an audition with seven other beggars, all visually impaired. I cared a little about the film. It was the free food for a week that mattered,” he said.

“I was rubbing shoulders with Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma!” in a five-star hotel.
Later Manoj gets a hero’s welcome at home. “I have a job in a village shop, a Facebook account and a girlfriend too. People now call me PK honey Singh,” he said.

Source: HT