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November 24: Top 5 Catch points of the day, that you should not miss

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 24 November 2017, 17:44 IST

From in the wake of a body having been found hanging on the ramparts of Jaipur's Nahargarh Fort to Mumbai mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been released from house arrest in Lahore, here is the top Catch points of the day.

1- Padmavati 'death' row: Madhur Bhandarkar demands investigation

In the wake of a body having been found hanging on the ramparts of Jaipur's Nahargarh Fort, along with a threat note engraved on the rocks in protest of the movie 'Padmavati', filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar on Friday said attacks and threats like these were not in the right spirit, and demanded a thorough investigation into the matter.

2- Lahore: Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed walks free from house arrest

Mumbai mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been released from house arrest in Lahore.

Police guards have been removed from his residence where a large number of supporters gathered to celebrate the end of his house arrest.

3- Ahead of Ivanka's visit, security beefs up in Hyderabad

Security has been beefed up in Hyderabad ahead of the visit of United States President Donald Trump's daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 28 November.

V V Srinivasa Rao, Commissioner of Police Hyderabad informed ANI that the state police, along with the US Secret Service, intelligence Security Wing, City Security Wing have taken up different measures for the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Ivanka Trump.

4- Padmavati protest: Body found hanging in Nahargarh Fort

A body was found hanging on the ramparts of Jaipur's Nahargarh Fort on 24 November, with a threat note engraved on the rocks in protest of the movie 'Padmavati'.

The body was hanging 200 m above the ground.

Earlier, it was speculated to be a suicide case, but the when the police reached the spot they found a message written on the rocks stating - "We not burn effigies only, in protest of Padmavati".

5- Sindhu aims to book spot in semis of Hong Kong Open

Ace shuttler PV Sindhu, the only Indian in the Hong Open Super Series, will face Japan's Akane Yamaguchi in the quarter-final match of the women's singles event here, on Friday.

Second-seeded Sindhu is the flag bearer of Indian challenge in the tournament, after a surprise crash out of Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy in second-round of the event on Thursday.

-With agency inputs

First published: 24 November 2017, 17:44 IST
 
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