Here are the top five stories of Friday that you must read if they haven’t caught your attention.
Saskhi Dhoni, the wife of former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhona, had hit headlines earlier this week after she questioned Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad for making her husband’s personal details public.
Little did she realise that her action in post-May 2014 India will not be taken kindly by vicious right-wing social media trolls.
Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal has ordered shutting down of the Arvind Kejriwal government-appointed ‘Feedback Unit’, months after CBI registered a preliminary enquiry to look into its setting up without the LG’s nod.
The unit was created under the Vigilance Department last year to reportedly “gather relevant information and actionable feedback” about officials and departments under the Delhi government.
Read full story here Delhi LG orders shutting down of Kejriwal government’s Feedback Unit
BJP today suspended its Legislative Council member Lal Babu Prasad for allegedly sexually harassing a woman LJP MLC, who happens to be the wife of a BJP MLA.
“Lal Babu Prasad, MLC, was suspended from the primary membership of BJP,” senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi said in a tweet.
For full detail, read here Day after ugly fight, BJP suspends MLC for sexually harassing party MLA’s wife
In a shocking development, a warden of a residential school in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar allegedly threatened and forced 70 girls to strip.
The incident has prompted the authorities to launch an investigation.
Read full story here 70 girls forced to strip in Muzaffarnagar, made to sit naked in classroom
The Supreme Court on Friday admonished the BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP, Subramanian Swamy, for asking for early hearing in Ayodhya dispute case. While refusing to give early hearing to Ayodhya dispute case, the apex court asked Swamy, “we didn’t know that you are a party to case. What is your locus standi in the case? We don’t have time to hear you now.”
For full story, read here Supreme Court to Subramanian Swamy: ‘What is your locus standi. We don’t have time to hear you’