KBC 9 winner, Radhe Maa controversies: Top read stories this week
Here are some of Hindustan Times’ most read stories of the week.india Updated: Oct 08, 2017 10:42 IST
From KBC 9 winner Anamika Majumdar’s story to a controversy surrounding Radhe Maa, here are some of our top read stories this week:
KBC 9 winner Anamika Majumdar: Mr Amitabh Bachchan advised me to use the money wisely
The ninth season of actor Amitabh Bachchan’s TV show, Kaun Banega Crorepati, recently got its first one-crore winner — Anamika Majumdar, a housewife and NGO worker from Jharkhand.
Majumdar wants to use the money wisely, a suggestion given to her by Bachchan.
Bigg Boss 11: Salman Khan welcomes contestants
Bigg Boss 11 opened as Salman Khan began the show by introducing commoner and celeb contestants. Unlike previous seasons, most of the contestants were revealed through the day on October 1.
The event saw Judwaa 2 stars Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu joining Salman on the stage and inside the show as he introduced fans to the contestants for this year.
Kangana Ranaut sent me sexually explicit mails, alleges Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan has alleged that he was stalked and hounded by Kangana Rananut, according to a 29-page complaint filed by the actor and his legal counsel, a report says.
According to a Republic report, the complaint was filed by Mahesh Jethmalani, Hrithik’s counsel, in April 2016. The complaint also alleges that Kangana sent Hrithik ‘sexually explicit’ emails in which she called him her ‘eternal lover’.
Jagmeet Singh’s rise in Canadian politics could be of concern in India
There may be much to celebrate in Jagmeet Singh’s rise in Canadian politics, but there will be plenty of concern in New Delhi after his election as leader of the New Democratic Party (NDP).
Singh was denied a visa by the Indian government in December 2013. At that time, he was (as he is now) a member of the provincial parliament (MPP) in Ontario. This made him perhaps the first sitting member of a Western legislature to have been barred from travelling to India.
Radhe Maa sits in SHO’s chair: Delhi cop in photo suspended, probe ordered
Two Delhi Police officers were suspended on Thursday for “professional misconduct” in separate incidents involving controversial religious figure Radhe Maa, who was photographed seated in the official chair of a station house officer.
The widely circulated photo showed Sanjay Sharma, the SHO of Vivek Vihar, standing next to the seated self-styled ‘god-woman’ with folded hands with a red ‘chunri’ (stole) on his neck. He was in uniform.