Hindi news and developments

In the fifth episode of ‘The Countdown’, Prannoy Roy, Shekhar Gupta, Dorab Sopariwala and NDTV’s Kamaal Khan and Alok Pandey discuss the the issue of number of missing women voters across the country and especially in Uttar Pradesh. In addition to this, Prannoy Roy and the team also discuss opinions of the rural voters on the BJP government in country as well as the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh.

Movie News : Salman Khan’s love for his family is not hidden from anyone. Apart from his parents and brothers, Salman is most close to his nephew Ahil and sister Arpita Khan Sharma. Arpita recently took to Instagram to share an adorable picture with Ahil and Salman. In the picture, Salman and Arpita both are hugging Ahil. Arpita captioned the picture saying, “My life in one frame My brother & My son. Thank you god for the choicest blessing.” News website : Hindi News.

Sport news : Pad up… get ready to take strike! The biggest cricketing extravaganza in the world — the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League — kicks off in Chennai on Saturday, March 23. Champions Chennai Super Kings will take on the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening game. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s CSK, which won their third title last year, will look to successfully defend the title while Virat Kohli’s RCB will aim to clinch their maiden IPL title. Three-time winners Mumbai Indians are also strong contenders while you can’t write off former champions Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad or Rajasthan Royals.

Auto news : Swedish carmaker Volvo hopes to reinforce its reputation for safety-first driving by installing cameras and sensors in its cars from the early 2020s, monitoring drivers for signs of being drunk or distracted and intervening to prevent accidents. The safety features, detailed at a briefing in Gothenburg on Wednesday which fleshed out plans outlined earlier this month, mark another step by Volvo towards its pledge to eliminate passenger fatalities. Development of technology that would support such manoeuvres has accelerated in the past year as the industry increasingly focuses on autonomous cars. Volvo is building a driverless highway autopilot car with Swedish autoparts maker Veoneer as it aims to achieve a third of its sales from self-driving cars by 2025.