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Chennai Police summons actor Siddharth for his crass sexual comments on Saina Nehwal

On January 12, the Hyderabad cyber police had registered a case against Siddharth under section 67 of the IT Act and IPC section 509.

Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi regrets PM Modi’s security breach, wishes him a long life during PM’s Covid-19 review meeting with CMs

Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi regretted the security breach of PM Modi and wished him a long life during a meeting of CMs called by the PM

PM security breach: Justice (retd) Indu Malhotra to lead SC appointed panel, NIA chief, DG(security) of Punjab included

The Judicial Panel will probe causes of security breach, people responsible for it and measures that need to be taken for preventing security lapses of VVIPs in future.

Actor Siddharth brazens it out with lame excuses after hurling sexual slurs at Saina Nehwal, NCW asks Twitter to block his account

Instead of apologising or expressing regret for his crass sexual remarks against Saina Nehwal, actor Siddharth came up with a lame excuse to brazen it out.

SC appoints independent panel to probe PM’s security breach in Punjab, DGP Chandigarh, NIA chief included

On January 10, SC directed to appoint an independent panel to investigate the breach in PM Modi's security in Punjab last week.

The British Sikh Association condemns the security breach of PM Modi, demands an apology from the Punjab government

British Sikh Association has issued an official statement condemning the security breach during PM Modi's visit to Punjab

While Punjab CM claims there was no breach of PM’s security, state govt appoints new DGP and transfers several police officials

Ferozepur SSP, who is in the center of the security breach of Prime Minister Modi, is among 7 IPS and 2 PPS officers transferred in Punjab

Local Gurudwara urged protestors to block highway during PM security breach: Reports

It must be mentioned that the Home Ministry had dubbed the security breach of January 5 as 'a major lapse' in the security of the PM.

MHA issues show-cause notice to Bathinda SSP over PM’s security breach in Punjab, directs to respond within a day or face action

Bathinda SSP and 5 other Punjab Police officials issued show-cause notice for security breach of PM Modi's convoy on January 5

Punjab govt’s FIR in Jan 5 incident makes no mention of PM Modi’s security breach; includes IPC Sec with only Rs 200 penalty: Report

In a major security lapse, PM Modi's convoy was halted for over 20 minutes by protestors while he was in way to address a rally in Punjab

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