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Live Updates on the Israel-Hamas Conflict: The Israeli Army has reported that Hamas is currently holding 199 hostages in Gaza.

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A convoy of Israeli military vehicles drives down a road at an undisclosed location on the border with the Gaza Strip on October 15, 2023

In the latest developments on the Israel-Hamas conflict, the head of the Israel Defense Forces has announced that military forces are preparing to initiate a ground operation in the Gaza Strip with the objective of dismantling the Hamas terrorist organization.

Reports in the media on Monday indicated that the United States, Israel, and Egypt had supposedly reached an agreement to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza via the Rafah border. Nevertheless, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office promptly refuted this claim.

As the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants entered its tenth day on Monday, it showed no signs of abating and was anticipated to escalate further. The Israeli Army had made a resolute commitment to “eradicate Hamas,” and their troops were on the brink of entering the Gaza Strip in pursuit of Hamas militants responsible for a deadly incursion into Israeli border towns on October 7, a tragic event that sent shockwaves around the globe.

The ongoing conflict has tragically resulted in the loss of over 3,900 lives since its commencement last Saturday. Among these casualties, approximately 1,300 were Israelis, while 2,670 were Palestinians.

In the face of imminent Israeli ground operations against terror attacks, Israel had implored Palestinians to relocate to the southern region of the Gaza City enclave. This call led hundreds of thousands to evacuate Gaza City, which is home to more than half of the region’s 2 million inhabitants.

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‘You made me Chief Minister, I paid back…’: Jitan Ram Manjhi to Nitish Kumar

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Jitan Ram Manjhi/Nitish Kumar (Credits: PTI)

Jitan Ram Manjhi has said he repaid a favour to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar by contributing four crucial votes for him in the Bihar Assembly.

Bihar’s former Chief Minister and Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) chief Jitan Ram Manjhi on Friday said he repaid a favour to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar by extending him his support to form a government with the NDA in Bihar.

Speaking at an event, Jitan Ram Manjhi recalled the Chief Minister secured a total of 125 votes in the Bihar Assembly. He asserted he contributed to four votes for Kumar.

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‘Fighter’ box office Day 12: Hrithik-Deepika’s film eyes Rs 350 crore globally

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Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone's 'Fighter' is inching towards Rs 350 crore worldwide.

Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone’s ‘Fighter’ is marching towards Rs 350 crore worldwide. On Monday, February 5, the film saw a huge drop in collection.

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  • ‘Fighter’ is marching towards Rs 350 crore worldwide.Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor play lead roles in the film.The film is directed by Siddharth Anand.
  • Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone’s recently released film, ‘Fighter’, is in its second week of theatrical run. In 12 days, the aerial actioner has surpassed Rs 300 crore globally and is now marching towards Rs 350-crore mark. On February 5, the movie saw a huge drop in collection at the box office. It is to be seen if the film would pick up momentum during the weekend again.

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    What James Prinsep and his 200-year-old map reveal about Gyanvapi

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    James Prinsep's lithograph of the Gyanvapi site in his 1831 book (left) and the disputed complex in 1991.

    James Prinsep, because of whom the world knows of emperor Ashoka, lived in Varanasi for 10 years. In 1831, the British scholar drew a lithographic map of the old Kashi Vishwanath temple, and showed how Aurangzeb’s Gyanvapi mosque stood on it. That will now be a crucial piece of evidence.

    At a walking distance from Kolkata’s Eden Gardens is the Prinsep Ghat on the banks of the Hooghly. One gets a close view of the Vidyasagar Setu and can take a boat ride on the River Hooghly from Prinsep Ghat.

    The ghat is named after James Prinsep, a British numismatist and archaeologist, who made significant contributions to India’s historiography. He came to India when he was 28 and was the youngest fellow of the British Asiatic Society.

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