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Following the raid, the NCB officers had taken Munmun Dhamecha, Nupur Satija, Ismeet Singh Chadha, Mohak Jaiswal, Vikrant Chhoker, Gomit Chopra, Aryan Khan and Arbaaz Merchantt for questioning at the NCB office. Satija, Chadha, Jaiswal, Chopra and Chhokar were arrested on Sunday “and will be produced before the honourable ACMM Court tomorrow (Monday) after their medical”, NCB officials informed in a statement. “On the basis of specific information, the officials of NCB Mumbai conducted a clandestine raid on Cordelia cruise which was bound from Mumbai to Goa on October 02. During the operation, all suspects as per the information were searched and various drugs like MDMA/ Ecstasy, Cocaine, MD (Mephedrone) and charas has been recovered. $ " ! " !! !" # ! % !! ! " ! # # $ " $ $ % ! ! SRK son, two others in PC till October 4 $3/1 )") 4+) )". *2 ,*+&,7 3/ %&'&1 )*2 2)//3 6*3) &&0*+" "%4+/.& *. 0"*. 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The three were produced before Additional Magistrate RK Rajebhosale by NCB's special prosecutor Advait Sethna, who sought a two-days remand to further facilitate probe in the matter. Enquiries on availability price, , pick-up locations and so on are directly made on WhatsApp and Instagram, with quick chats, which can later be deleted to snuff out the trail. The drug peddlers are now using social messaging platforms to sell drugs to college students, an officer said. Didi secures her CM’s post West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has cruised through the Assembly bypoll in Bhowanipore, thereby securing her chief minister’s post. With an overwhelming 71.9 percent votes, she romped home with a thumping margin of 58835 against BJP’s Priyanka Tibrewal and CPM's Shrijeeb Biswas. Notably in the 2011 bypoll Ma, mata had won by a margin of 54213 votes. Deftly turning the chant -‘Unayan Ghore Ghore, Ghorer Meye Bhabanipure’ (Development at doorstep, and the daughter of Bengal in Bhowanipore) -- into a 3 test +ve in city " " ! ! " " ! " " chorus, Mamata has surpassed herself. In Assembly polls, TMC's Shibandeb Chattopadhyay had trounced BJPs Rudranil Ghosh by 28000 votes. The election was important for the longevity of her govt as Mamata had lost the Nandigram election and had to become an MLA within six months of her swearing in as CM. Addressing the media, Mamata claimed that people of Bhabanipur had voted against the alleged conspiracy hatched by the BJP in Nandigram. “Several conspiracies were hatched against me in Nandigram by the BJP . Khandwa bypoll: Arun Yadav won't contest Former PCC chief Arun Yadav has expressed his unwillingness to contest Lok Sabha bypoll from Khandwa. Yadav, who was in New Delhi, returned to Indore on Sunday evening . Yadav tweeted that he had discussions with AICC secretary Mukul Wasnik. “Met Three labourers were killed and five others injured when a loading pickup vehicle collided with a truck in Dhar district of MP on Sunday. In a tweet CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed condolences and announced that the kin of the deceased will recieve financial aid of Rs 4 lakh each. Police said that the accident took place around 7.30 am near Amka Jhamka tem- PCC chief Kamal Nath, state in-charge Wasnik in New Delhi on Sunday and presented my views on the bypoll and apprised them of political situations. "I told them that if the party gives ticket to any dedicated Congress worker, I will help him. I will soon apprise Rahul Gandhi also of the political situations,” tweeted Yadav. ple under Amjhera police station limits, about 35 kms from the district headquarters. “The pickup vehicle coming from Bekalia village collided with the truck which was coming from the opposite direction, killing three labourers on the spot,” Amjhera police station in-charge Kamal Singh Pawar said. Five others, including two women, were injured in the accident and rushed to a hospital in Dhar, he said. These labourers were going to Amjhera for the harvesting soybean crop, Pawar said, adding that the truck driver fled from the spot after the mishap. The truck has been seized and a case was registered against the driver, he said. He tagged Rahul, Nath and Wasnik in tweet. Congress leaders including Sajjan Singh Verma had given statements that the name of Arun Yadav was almost final. However, the first name of the contestant that was announced officially by Congress was of Nitendra Singh Rathore from Prithvipur Assembly constituency . livid protesters torch cars In a horrific incident, four protesting farmers were allegedly mowed down on Sunday in UP by a car in the convoy of the son of Union minister of state for home affairs Ajay Mishra. The minister’s son and other relatives were seated in the car involved in the incident. The other four who died were occupants of the vehicle that allegedly ran over the farmers. On hearing about the incident, many farmers from the nearby areas descended at the spot and started shouting slogans. The car of the Union minister’s son was torched along with a few other vehicles. Reacting to allegations that his son Ashish Mishra was driving the vehicle that rammed the protesting farmers, minister of state Ajay Mishra Teni said his son was not even present at the spot when the incident took place. He called it a “conspiracy", adding that two persons were crushed to death as their vehicle overturned. He also claimed that of the six dead, one was his driver and three were BJP 12 killed, 32 hurt in mosque blast in Kabul: Report At least 12 people have died and 32 others suffered injuries in a blast at a mosque in the Afghan capital on Sunday, Sputnik reported citing Taliban. Qari Saeed Khosty, a spokesperson for the Afghan Interior Ministry, said that three people had been detained in connection with the incident. The incident took place in a crowded place at Eid Gah Mosque in Kabul. Afghanistan Zabihullah Mujahid, the deputy minister of information and culture, had earlier said that multiple casualties have been reported in the explosion. Further details are awaited. No group has so far taken the responsibility for the blast. However, since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in mid-August, attacks by ISIL-affiliated terrorists against them have increased. The rise in terrorist attacks has raised the possibility of a wider conflict between the two groups. H aryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has ignited an unsavoury controversy by making controversial remarks at a farmers’ event in the state. He called upon 1000 volunteers from different regions to pick up sticks and fight “furious farmers” who have been protesting karyakartas, while the remaining two were farmers. He alleged that his driver and BJP workers were lynched to death and the vehicle was subsequently torched. “My driver was driving. The vehicle was pelted with stones by miscreants who hid amid the protesting farmers. The car overturned because of that and two farmers came underneath. The driver and the karyakartas were then pulled out and beaten to death. The car was set on fire.” “The entire incident is a conspiracy Mishra said. ," However, there were conflicting reports and the district magistrate said four farmers had been killed; the four deceased farmers were identified as Sukhwinder Singh (20), Satnam Singh (20), Hari Singh (35) and Subba Singh (65). All belong to Bahraich and Kheri districts. the Centre’s three farm laws that were passed in 2020. “Pick up sticks and answer those furious farmers. We will see everything,” he said. “If you stay in jail for twofour months, you will become a big leader. Don’t worry about bail,” the Haryana CM added. 'SC judge must probe Amazon 'bribery' report' Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of promoting multinational companies at the cost of the country's small businesses and demanded a probe by a Supreme Court judge into a report of what he claimed was bribery involving ecommerce giant Amazon. Singh was reacting to a recent report that Amazon spent about Rs 8,546 crore or USD 1.2 billion in legal and professional expenses in the country between 2018 and 2020. However, in a letter to Union Commerce and In- dustry Minister Piyush Goyal, Amazon had called the reports inaccurate that "appears to stem from a misunderstanding" of some filings. "Now, legal fees are either court fees or fees to the advocates. Even the annual budget of the Law Ministry is only Rs 1,100 crore, and advocates' fees cannot be that high. We demand an investigation into the allegations by a judge of the Supreme Court. A probe would reveal as to which political party officials and , politicians accept bribes," Singh told reporters here. He also asked if Amazon paid bribes for a change in the (Union) government's FDI policy that directly benefited e-commerce giants like the former at the cost of India's small and medium retailers. Singh also sought an investigation into the intercorporate relationship between the sister companies of Amazon, which, as per reports, together with paid the fees. Panama braces for another financial exposé Panama fears the publication on Sunday (1630 GMT) of a new expose about financial secrecy in global tax havens could again taint its reputation, which was seriously damaged by the "Panama Papers" scandal, according to a government letter released by local media. "The damage could be insurmountable," the Panamanian government said in the letter, sent through a law firm to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). The letter warns that "any publi- cation" reinforcing "a false perception" of the country as a possible tax haven "will have devastating consequences for Panama and its people." The ICIJ tweeted that it would release Sunday 1630 GMT its "most expansive expose of financial secrecy yet," based on the leak of 11.9 million documents "covering every corner of the globe." The "Pandora Papers" investigation is the result of work by more than 600 reporters in 117 countries, the ICIJ said. The letter from the Panamanian government also references some of the reforms that the Central American country has made in recent years, although it remains on the EU list of tax havens. It also indicates that since 2016 the registration of more than 395,000 companies and foundations has been suspended, around half of those existing at that time. The govt fears that Panama will again be the epicentre of a new global tax havens scandal like the one that followed the ICIJ's disclosure of the "Panama Papers" in 2016. That massive data leak exposed widespread tax avoidance and evasion using complex structures of offshore shell companies and caused an international outcry . The leak, linked to the Panaman- ian law firm Mossack Fonseca, damaged Panama's international image, despite the fact that most of the companies involved were overseas. The investigation revealed the concealment of properties, companies, assets, profits and tax evasion by heads of state and government, political leaders and personalities from finance, sports and the arts. Since then, Panama has carried out various legal reforms to strengthen banking controls and penalize tax evasion with jail time. The Panama of 2016 "is nothing like the Panama of today the gov," ernment said in its letter.