SUVAPRSANNA CBI

CBI PINS THE FINAL NAIL IN SUVAPRASSANA PROBE COFFIN: THE PAINTER IN DOCK

From Our Correspondent, Delhi: Painter, heritage activist, journalist and part time political leader Suvaprasanna is in neck deep CBI trouble. ANM News sources at the CBI headquarters in Delhi mentioned that Director Rishi Shukla has urged investigators to expedite investigations and file chargesheet at the earliest in the Saradha chit fund case. CBI claimed that Suvaprasanna has not been able to explain a major part of the Rs 6 crore that was transferred to his account. CBI officials in Delhi claimed that several close confidants of Suvaprasanna interrogated by the CBI had confessed to the detectives that the painter used his proximity with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to curry favours. CBI sources said after reviewing Suvaprasanna’s case that there are tell tale evidences to suggest his involvement. There are chances that Suvaprasanna might be called for interrogation again as he needs to clarify about some paintings that he had bought at exorbitant prices.

INDIA NEPAL

INDIA-NEPAL JOINT COMMISSION MEETING CONCLUDES SUCCESSFULLY

ANM News Desk: The Fifth Meeting of India-Nepal Joint Commission was successfully concluded in Kathmandu on Thursday. The meeting  was co-chaired by EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar and Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali. The Joint Commission reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral relations especially connectivity and economic partnership; trade and transit; power and water resources and culture and education. The commission expressed happiness over momentum generated in overall aspects of Nepal-India relations following the exchange of high-level visits in the past two years.

KASHMIR

VALLEY CONTINUES TO BE IN STAGNATION MODE FOR 18TH DAY, COMMUNICATION BLACKOUT CONTINUES TO HAUNT POPULACE

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Life across Kashmir valley remains crippled for the 18th consecutive day today as shops and other business establishments’ remains closed, while as government offices have started working. Srinagar’s downtown witnesses curbs under section 144CrPc even as vehicular movement in some parts of Srinagar seems dotted. Appositely, Director of Schools education in Kashmir Province Muhammad Younis Malik told reporters that 747 schools re-opened in Valley. He added 116 Middle Schools were re-opened in Bandipora, 87 in Srinagar and 29 in Pulwama. Further stated that students have started truning up in large numbers in Ganderbal, Bandipora and Kupwara, however the ground reality contradicts their tall claims as apprehension compels parts to keep their children indoor. Briefing about the law and order situation, Deputy Inspector General of Police (CKR) VK Birdi-IPS said that barring a couple of stone-pelting incidents, the situation in Kashmir Valley remained peaceful.

TRUMP

OTHER NATIONS HAVE TO FIGHT TERRORISTS IN AFGHANISTAN AT SOME POINT OF TIME: TRUMP

ANM News Desk: US President Donald Trump states on Wednesday that countries like India, Iran, Russia and Turkey would have to fight against terrorists in Afghanistan at some point of time, claiming that the job against terrorist is being done only by the United States.

Trump claimed that other nations currently are making very less efforts against the terrorists in Afghanistan.

He went on to state that the US was fighting terrorists in Afghanistan despite being 7,000 miles away while India and Pakistan were not doing so even after being next door.

MODI

PM MODI TO HOLD BILATERAL TALKS WITH THE ZAMBIAN PRESIDENT

ANM News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold delegation-level talks with Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu in New Delhi today.  The delegation-level talks will be preceded by a bilateral meeting between the two leaders.

During the talks, Prime Minister Modi and President Lungu are expected to review the entire gamut of bilateral relations and cover issues of regional and international interest.

The discussion is likely to focus on cooperation in defence, security, geology and mineral resources, energy, health, education, infrastructure, trade and investment-related issues. Several agreements are also expected to be signed after the talks..

SHILPA

SHILPA SHETTY RETURNS TO THE BIG SCREEN AFTER A BREAK

Amarnath, Mumbai: Shilpa Shetty will be returning to the big screen after a hiatus. The actress  who continues to look stunning even at the age of 44 was spending some time with her family, taking a short break from her career.

PARINEETI

PARINEETI CHOPRA LOOKS TOUGH IN THE REMAKE OF ‘THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN’

Amarnath, Mumbai: Parineeti Chopra’s first look from the Hindi remake of ‘The Girl On The Train’ has released. The film is yet to be titled and is ongoing its shoot in the UK.

The untitled film costars Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari and Avinash Tiwary. It will be directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and produced by Reliance Entertainment.

The original Hollywood film had released in the year 2016 and starred actress Emily Blunt.

SPIDERMAN

SPIDER-MAN MAY NO LONGER BE A PART OF THE MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE

ANM News Desk: Spider Man is caught in a web between film studios. A deal between Marvel Studios and Sony, allowing Spider-Man to show up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as in solo pictures for Sony, could be ending.

Actor Tom Holland will still be Spider-Man, but fans aren’t sure they want him moving out of the MCU.

It appears that Tom Holland, who’s played the web-slinging hero in two stand-alone Sony films as well as the recent Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame-. But it looks as if Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will no longer be producing Spidey-related movies, and as if those films won’t be connected to the superhero activities going on in the MCU, an overlap fans enjoyed.

TRUMP

TRUMP INTENDS TO DISCUSS KASHMIR SITUATION WITH PM MODI

ANM News Desk: US President Donald Trump on August 20 stated that he would discuss the tense situation in Kashmir with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi when they meet at the G7 Summit in France during this weekend.

CHANDRAYAAN

CHANDRAYAAN 2 WILL SOFT LAND ON MOON ON SEPTEMBER 7 AT 1:55 AM: K. SIVAN

ANM News Desk: Chandrayaan-2 will do a soft landing on the Moon on September 7 at 1:55 am, K Sivan, chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation announced.

The spacecraft entered the Moon’s orbit on August 20.

Soft landing refers to landing of a space vehicle on a celestial body (or the earth) in a manner designed as to prevent damage or destruction of the vehicle.