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Nagpurians vehemently expressed two diametrically opposite hues of patriotism, as they took a Candle March protest against the September 18 terror attacks on Army camp in Uri in Jammu & Kashmir. They expressed their solidarity and love towards martyred Indian jawans in the attack as they paid homage to them by lighting candles at Ajni square, Nagpur. This group, which comprised defence personnel, ex-servicemen, businessmen, students, etc, also displayed its anger against terrorist groups and Pakistan for allegedly carrying out these attacks, in which 17 Indian soldiers were killed and 19 got injured.

This candle march, which took place on Monday, September 19, saw the sloganeering by young and old alike. While they carried placards with Crush Pakistan? written over them, they raised slogans like ?Pakistan Murdabad? and ?Uri ke hatyaron ko, joote maro salo ko.

The poem by an Indian soldier – Kashmir toh hoga lekin Pakistan nahi hoga? – that has been going viral on the internet was also prominently audible against the backdrop of the candle march.

To view the poem by Indian soldier, Click here!

When Nation Next spoke to Brigadier Sunil Gaopande, who was at the helm of the candle march, said, A thorough investigation is being carried out on the Uri attacks.  There are many proofs that indicate Pakistans involvement in the Uri attacks, adding, Recently, the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen Ranbir Singh released a statement, which says, Four heavily armed terrorists had opened fire on an administrative base of Indian Army at Uri in Kashmir at approximately 05:30 hrs in the morning and the operation continued till around 08:30. hrs. Next step has to be quick, decisive and apt as we are losing precious lives. We cannot overlook the circumstances we are facing. We should not waste more time on shaping up international opinion, as most of the countries in Asia are already against Pakistan and China. Our countrys part Kashmir, our beloved soldiers and people are in danger. To save our country from terror attacks, the Government of India should take imperative decisions.?

Photojournalist: Kartik Thakur

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Sumeet Raghavan on comedy: One has to understand what’s vulgar, what’s sensual

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Radhika Dhawad | Editor : Amar Ashok Jajoo | Photographer : Nitin Mankar | Mumbai
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Actor Sumeet Raghavan, who played the iconic character of Sahil Sarabhai in the popular TV show ‘Sarabhai Vs Sarabhi’ in an interview with Nation Next in November 2018 spoke about clean comedy, work in the show ‘Jai Hind,’ below the belt humour and explained why one needs to understand what’s vulgar and what’s sensual content.

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Urmila Matondkar interview: Chidambaram’s arrest puts a question mark on India’s democracy

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Radhika Dhawad | Nagpur

In a ‘Dialogue @ NATION NEXT, actor turned politician Urmila Matondkar censures the arrest of former home and finance minister of India P Chidambaram by the CBI. Putting a question mark on the current state of Indian democracy, Congress leader Urmila Matondkar speaks about the ‘actors who queue up for pictures with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, grilling of MNS leader Raj Thackeray by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and how Bollywood actors receive flak for joining Congress.

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Also read: Urmila Matondkar quits Congress

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Ranveer Allahbadia interview: Meet the man behind popular YouTube channel BeerBiceps

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Ranveer Allahbadia aka BeerBiceps (Photo by: Nation Next)

Ranveer Allahbadia , who’s the man behind the popular YouTube Channel #BeerBiceps, in an interview with Nation Next, spoke about the logic behind the name BeerBiceps, his struggles as a college student, his YouTube channel,  and also shared tips for budding YouTubers! Ranveer was recently in Nagpur for Nagpur Startup Fest organised by Nagpur Municipal Corporation.

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Producer: Vikrant Shandilya

Anchor: Amar Ashok Jajoo

Camera: Bhavesh Mahalle

Video Editor: Himanshu Pal

Here’s the complete interview!

Also watch: Gaurav Taneja speaks about his popular YouTube channel Flying Beast

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