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India is celebrating its 67th Republic Day this year with a great hope for change. The stupor of the middle class has finally broken and they are now demanding answers from the people in charge.

26 Jan 2014 05:35 AM | TellychakkarTeam
Divyaalakshmi
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Pretty looking actress Divyaalakshmi, who is currently seen in Maharana Pratap and Hum Nai Li Hai Shapath, is gung ho that her birthday coincides with Republic Day today (26 January).

26 Jan 2014 05:30 AM | TellychakkarTeam
<strong>Ragini Khanna</strong><br><br>  <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 24. <br><br>  <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pranab Mukherjee. <br><br>  <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Jana Gana Mana. <br><br>  <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1950. <br><br>  <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> Prime Minister. <br><br>  <strong>Scores-
 <strong>Manish Raisinghani</strong><br><br>  <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 24. <br><br> <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pranab Mukherjee. <br><br> <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Jana Gana Mana. <br><br> <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1950. <br><br> <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> President. <br><br> <strong>Scores- 4/5
<strong>Aashka Goradia</strong><br><br> <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 24. <br><br> <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pranab Mukherjee. <br><br> <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Vande Mataram. <br><br> <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1956. <br><br> <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> President. <br><br> <strong>Scores- 4/5</stron
<strong>Shaleen Malhotra</strong><br><br> <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 24. <br><br> <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pranab Mukherjee. <br><br> <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Vande Mataram. <br><br> <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1950. <br><br> <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> President. <br><br> <strong>Scores- 5/5</str
<strong>Mansi Salvi</strong><br><br> <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 24. <br><br> <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pratibha Patil. <br><br> <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Vande Mataram. <br><br> <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1950. <br><br> <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> President. <br><br> <strong>Scores- 4/5</strong>
<strong>Shivin Narang</strong><br><br> <strong>Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? </strong><br> 7. <br><br> <strong>Who is the current President of India? </strong><br> Pranab Mukherjee. <br><br> <strong>Which is our National song? </strong><br> Vande Mataram. <br><br> <strong>When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? </strong><br> 26 January 1950. <br><br> <strong>Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? </strong><br> President. <br><br> <strong>Scores- 4/5</strong>
<strong>Answers: </strong><br><br> Ashok Chakra has how many strokes? <br> <strong>24</strong><br><br> Who is the current President of India? <br> <strong>Pranab Mukherjee</strong><br><br> Which is our National song? <br> <strong>Vande Mataram</strong><br><br> When was Republic day celebrated for the first time? <br> <strong>26 January 1950</strong><br><br> Who takes the salute at the grand parade on Republic day in New Delhi? <br> <strong>President </strong>
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Today is 26 January (2014) when India celebrates its 66th Republic Day.

This was the day 66 years ago when the Constitution of India came into being and India became a republic nation.

26 Jan 2014 05:25 AM | TellychakkarTeam
Shailesh Lodha
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We have seen Shailesh Lodha making people laugh through a host of projects offered to him.

26 Jan 2014 05:20 AM | TellychakkarTeam
Rashi Mal
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Better known as the bad girl of Channel V’s Paanch, Rashi Mal is a bundle of talent in real life.

26 Jan 2014 05:15 AM | TellychakkarTeam
<strong>Paridhi Sharma: </strong>Given a chance to be a political leader, I would really like to create an atmosphere where there would be one government and one party. This would help settle all the fights, corruption and other happenings in the world to quite an extent.
<strong>Nia Sharma: </strong>I really feel that the way Arvind Kejriwal has contributed in changing the face of politics in our country, which I never imagined would happen, I would really like to be grounded like him and rally out defying all the taboos linked to us women and also the numerous rape cases. If I was a political leader, I would definitely work towards eradicating the torture and harassment the woman folk face in this country today.
<strong>Kinshuk Mahajan: </strong>Firstly I would work towards eradicating corruption and secondly will do something about the rising property rates because of which several people cannot afford a house to live. Given a chance, I would focus more on the basic necessities of food, clothing and shelter.
<strong>Surbhi Jyoti: </strong>Firstly I would improve the judicial system of our country. Each case in Court would have to be wrapped up within a given timeline so that the person seeking justice can get it when he is alive. Secondly I would encourage citizens to indulge in social causes like educating the girl child and eradicating child labour.
<strong>Vrinda Dawda: </strong>Hmm! Given a chance to be a political leader, I would first focus on regulating traffic especially during the time when people leave for office. I would also cement the uneven roads. I would see that there are no beggars seen at traffic signals and would do something where all unemployed people get to work and not beg.
<strong>Rithvik Dhanjani: </strong>The first thing which comes to my mind is corruption which is the root cause of all problems. We call ourselves a democratic country but in what way are we democratic? I would make the law pattern stricter as somewhere down the line there are people who take the law for granted. Also, I would do something to eradicate the abuse of children and women. I would roll out a law that would spell the killing of a girl child as a criminal offense.
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Today being the Republic Day, Telly celebs get together to express the reforms required to make India a truly a republican country. A lowdown:

26 Jan 2014 05:10 AM | TellychakkarTeam
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A lot of talk on who would become the next Prime Minister India 2014 is doing the rounds in every nook and corner of India.

26 Jan 2014 05:05 AM | TellychakkarTeam
<strong>Ragini Khanna: </strong>I would like to essay Indira Gandhi or Sarojini Naidu on screen because of their phenomenal journeys in life. In fact, essaying Indira Gandhi is my dream role as she was a very interesting personality.
<strong>Asha Negi: </strong>I would love to essay the role of Rani Lakshmi Bai as she had held the gracefulness of a woman while at the same time she was a very strong and bold personality who fought for her country.
<strong>Shaheer Sheikh: </strong>Since Mahatma Gandhi has been my all-time favourite having followed his principles since my childhood, I would love to essay the character of Gandhi on screen.
<strong>Siddharth Shukla: </strong>Bhagat Singh is someone I personally like and have watched his movies. I have also been to places where he fought for the freedom of our country. Playing an on-screen character like Bhagat Singh would be something very close to my heart.
<strong>Kaanchi Singh: </strong>I would like to essay the role of <em>Jhansi Ki Rani</em>. Despite being a female bearing a son, she valiantly fought for our country and emerged as a powerful freedom fighter. Till date, she has been an inspiration for a lot of women.
<strong>Shaleen Malhotra: </strong> I would love to essay the role of Bhagat Singh; he was an intelligent human being while his way of projecting things and motivating people was simply amazing. He wasn’t a politician; he was a leader.
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As we celebrate our 66th Republic Day on 26 January, it’s time to remember the unfailing courage and endurance with which our freedom fighters fought back the British to seek the country’s independ

26 Jan 2014 05:00 AM | TellychakkarTeam

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