" $$$ $ 1 1 ! %1 1 ()' , +',-( ! , % " ! # & 0+-*.( 0+.(/ & Tharoor first to officially enter race for Cong chief & MODI WAS ON PFI RADAR IN JULY 2020: ED SOURCES ‘Friday violence pre-planned’ The CBI, on Saturday carried out , searches at 59 locations across 21 states and a Union Territory in an internationally coordinated law-enforcement crackdown on online circulation of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), with officials here saying more than 50 suspects in the country are under the scanner. The raids, part of Operation 'Megha Chakra', were launched after the Social media abuzz with rumours of coup against Xi agency registered two cases under relevant provisions of the Information Technology Act based on inputs from the Crime Against Children (CAC) unit of Interpol, based in Singapore, Woman was killed for refusing 'special service' to guests BODY FOUND, BJP leader, son expelled as outrage grows ! ! " " # " " ! ! # # # which had received it from the New Zealand Police, the officials said. The agency is questioning suspects about illicit material found on their electronic devices so as to identify the victims and the abusers, a CBI spokesperson said. "It was alleged that a number of Indian citizens were involved in circulation/downloading/transmission of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) using cloud-based storage," the CBI spokesperson said after the Saturday raids were over. The Uttarakhand top cop on Saturday said that the 19-year-old receptionist, whose body was taken out from a canal on Saturday, was being pressured by the resort owner to provide "special services" to guests. Director General of Police Ashok Kumar said that this much has been known from the woman's chat with a friend of hers. Earli- er, a Facebook friend of the victim had reportedly said that his friend was killed because she refused to have sex with guests as demanded by the owner of the resort where she worked. Meanwhile, the body of Ankita Bhandari who worked in an Uttarakhand resort was recovered from a canal on Saturday police , said as the ruling BJP swung into action to expel its leader whose son, the main accused, owned the property and the administration began demolishing the structure. Outrage over the killing of the 19-year-old, who worked as a receptionist in the Vanantara resort in Pauri district's Yamkeshwar block owned by Haridwar BJP leader Vinod Arya's son Pulkit Arya, escalated as details emerged of her trauma in the days preceding her death. Digvijaya gets bail in defamation case GWALIOR: A court here, on Saturday granted bail to , senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in a defamation case over his claim that people associated with the RSS were receiving money from Pakistan. The district and sessions court granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 after he appeared before it. Speaking to reporters later, Singh claimed that the RSS was not a registered organization, hence it could not be defamed. Speaking at a press conference in Bhind in 2019, Singh had allegedly claimed that some people associated with the RSS were receiving money from the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the Pakistani spy agency . Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, on Saturday, got the nomination form for the AICC presidential poll collected from the party headquarters here with sources saying he is likely to file his papers on September 30. Tharoor's close aide Aalim Javeri collected the forms from the office of the party's central election authority chairman Madhusudan Mistry on the first day of the start of the nomination process, all but confirming an electoral face-off for the top party post with Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. The nomination form is likely to be filed by Tharoor on the last day of the nomination process on September 30 as the idea is to collect nomination-endorsing signatures from across the country sources told PTI. , The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has claimed that members of the Popular Front of India (PFI) had allegedly collected a large amount of cash to the tune of Rs 120 crore to carry out attacks on important personalities. ED sources claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also on the radar of PFI, which had planned to attack the Prime Minister during a rally in July 2020. However, due to some reason, PFI didn't go ahead with the plan. The sources claimed that the PFI members had even planned to organise a terror camp to execute an attack on Modi. The sources said that around Rs 120 crore were collected by the PFI to carry out attacks and create unrest and riot-like situation in the country . $0 + "'($% ,(-(12$0 (- 0 6( () 6 - .230# 6 1 (# 2'$ 4(.+$-"$ 1/.-1.0$# #30(-& 2'$ ' 02 + (- '(1 12 2$ 5 1 /0$ ,$#(2 2$# -# 1130$# 120("2 "2(.- & (-12 2'$ "3+/0(21 5'(+$ '(1 11 , ".3-2$0/ 02 $, -2 (15 1 0, ! 22$# %.0 ! --(-& 2'$ (1+ ,(12 .32%(2 5'., 2'$ ""31$# .% $-".30 &(-& 6.32' 2. ).(2$00.0(12 &0.3/1 (-"+3#(-& 2'$ $ ' 0 1'20 1 3-$ *(12 - (-# ! # 1+.& -1 #30(-& /0.2$12 #0$5 2'$ (0$ .% 2'$ 5(2' / 026 5 0-(-& 2'.1$ 5'. 0 (1$# 13"' 1+.& -1 5.3+# -.2 !$ 1/ 0$# The ED had arrested a PFI member named Shafeequr Payeth from Kerala, who was produced before a special court in Lucknow on Friday . Parched Bundelkhand sends 50K litres milk daily to Bihar Bundelkhand, which faces acute water shortage, sends 50,000 litres of pasteurised milk (fat 6.5 % and SNF 9.1 %) to Bihar everyday, Bundelkhand Co-operative Milk Federation officials said. Hemraj Singh Patel, Chief Executive Officer of Bundelkhand Co-operative Federation, Sagar, said, "About 1.25 lakh litres of milk is collected daily from the milk producers of Sagar, Damoh, Chhatarpur, Panna, Tikamgarh and Niwari districts by Bundelkhand (Sagar) Co-operative Milk Federation, Limited, which is affiliated to MP State Co-operative Dairy Federation Limited. After selling the collected milk to Milk Union, the remaining milk, which is about 50,000 litres is sold to Patna Dairy Project in Bihar at the rate of Rs 55.55 per kg. The consumers in Patna region like milk of Bundelkhand for its quality and taste.