A video of the Mrs Sri Lanka crown being snatched away from Pushpika De Silva, the winner of Mrs Sri Lanka beauty pageant, went viral on social media recently. Pushpika was crowned Mrs Sri Lanka on Sunday. However, the crown was snatched from her moments later. Soon after she won the title, the reigning Mrs World and 2019 Mrs Sri Lanka, Caroline Jurie, snatched the crown from Pushpika and awarded it to the first runner-up. According to Caroline, Pushpika was disqualified since she is a divorcee and only married women can hold the title of Mrs Sri Lanka. The video has gone viral with over 12 lakh views so far. Later, Pushpika clarified in a lengthy Facebook post that she is not a divorcee. After which, the crown was returned to Pushpika on Tuesday.
Agra District Magistrate Prabhu Narayan Singh reached the kaanji bada stall to help out the 90-year-old man make ends meet.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent address to the nation came with a heavy dose of Hindi. Words like Aatmanirbhar were used throughout the speech. Comedian Danish Sait created a video to explain how South India reacted to the PM's speech. Later, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in her press conference, translated the word Aatmanirbhar in the four South Indian languages.
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