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Sathyaraj’s Kattappa statue in London Wax museum !

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Baahubali, the blockbuster franchise of SS Rajamouli, featured an array of stellar performers whose characters remain etched in our hearts.

Actor Sathyaraj, who played the famous Kattappa in the films, has been honoured by a popular wax museum in London – the museum will feature a statue of Sathyaraj in his Kattappa avatar. Notably, Sathyaraj is the first Tamil actor to get this prestige.

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Pawan Kalyan in London

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London Youth Excited About Pawan Kalyan

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Power Star Pawan Kalyan enjoys huge fan base all across the world and his fame is not just only because of the glamour world but also his unique sensible personality. Post his decision to enter politics full time with Janasena party, Pawan has gained new followers who believe his ideology for a brighter society and for a wide reach PK is being invited to overseas to express to a wider section of people.

Last June, Pawan attended UKTA event in London, where he has addressed Telugu NRIs over there. Now again Power Star is going to fly to London on 18th November to address Telugu Associations of London’s Yuva Sammelan and this time there is a catch in the event. It is been specially mentioned that entry for the event is strictly for people who are aged between 16-28 years and as age proof valid id proof has to be verified before joining the event. The exact reason why only student and youth are considered eligible to take part in the event leaving other age group people is best known to event organizers. Keep watching the space for more updates.

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London Terror attack: 6 killed while 3 suspects shot dead

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The United Kingdom in less than two weeks suffered its second terrorist attack leaving 6 people dead and around 48 injured. In two terrorist incidents on London Bridge and Borough Market, three suspects were fatally shot by police. The terrorists exited the vehicle close to crowded Borough Market and tried to stab people with knives. The attackers were wearing fake explosive vests. The terrorists allegedly drove a van at high speed into ramblers on London Bridge before stabbing night carousers on the street and in nearby bars.

Prime Minister Theresa May called for an emergency security Cabinet session on Sunday to handle the crisis. President of United States Donald Trump spoke with May and offered support to Britain.

It may be noted that a lot of details about the incident is still unknown regarding the terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert last month that killed 22 people and harmed dozens. The incident is similar to the terrorist attack in March on Westminster Bridge, in which a man killed five people after driving into a crowd of pedestrians before stabbing a police officer near the parliament.

Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi condemned the attacks and termed the terror attacks in London as shocking and anguishing.

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Does India Need Conflict of Interest Law?

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As the union minister Sushma Swaraj admitted that she helped tainted IPL ex chief Lalit Modi in getting the required documents to travel the United Kingdom, the demand for conflict of law is certainly the main point of analysts while the political opponents press for Sushma Swaraj’s resignation.
Before we demand for Swaraj’s resignation, on moral grounds, why not learn about ‘conflict of interest,’ and it’s need for country.
Conflict of Interest:
When a person, who is at a responsible job, can misuse the power that he possesses on encountering a person close to him who requires his official help– is called conflict of interest. In simpler words, it’s a clash between the official power and personal relations where the latter usually wins over the former in the absence of stringent laws.
First came into scene:
Germany’s supremo Adolf Hitler first brought in conflict of interest laws as he firmly believed that his military had greater ambitions, which could be affected due to personal favouritisms.
There are basically two types of conflict of interest–self dealing and nepotism. In self-dealing, a person will directly deal with the opposite party whereas in nepotism, kin and kith of the person in power will press for favours.
What happened in Sushma Swaraj’s case:
Sushma Swaraj’s daughter, who is an advocate, was dealing Lalit Modi’s case. It is known that Lalit Modi was wrapped up in the infamous IPL scam that kept him and the country in bad light. Also, he was asked not to move to any other country.

After Sushma Swaraj came to power, her daughter apparently sought favours-amounting to misuse of powers-from her.

Accordingly, as Sushma Swaraj admitted, she helped her daughter get the travel documents of Lalit Modi so that he could shift his base to the United Kingdom.
This is a clear case of nepositism as Sushma Swaraj’s daughter is involved.
Earlier instances:
Many such cases came into the picture earlier in India. UPA’s then chairperson Sonia Gandhi time and again hit the headlines for allegedly helping out her son-in-law Robert Vodra in many scams.
Implementation in corporate offices:
Many corporate offices have their own conflict of interest policies, accordinly, no husband and wife would be allowed to work in the same company as they might not be discharging their duties properly trying to favour eachother.
Need for conflict of interest law:
The country undoubtedly needs a strong conflict of interest law so that the leaders, like Sushma Swaraj, will time and again think about the law before they give into the demands of their kin and kith.

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