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Controversial self styled godwoman Radhe Maa, who was granted interim relief by the Bombay High Court, has now found another bigwig devotee . His new follower is Bollywood playback singer Sonu Nigam.
Take a look at what Sonu Nigam tweeted:

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Alphabet, Google's New Parent Company

According to the company’s SEC filing, Alphabet will eventually replace Google as the publicly traded company on the Nasdaq stock exchange, and all shares of Google will convert to shares of Alphabet. Company shares will continue to trade on the Nasdaq under the same GOOGL and GOOG ticker symbols
Since launching in 1998, Google has expanded from a search engine into everything from the life sciences to self-driving cars. The new corporate structure will give Google itself a tighter focus on its main competencies while spinning off businesses that are “far afield” of those efforts into separate companies.
Larry Page will be CEO of Alphabet, Sergey Brin will be president and Eric Schmidt will be executive chairman
Google’s current directors will become directors of Alphabet.
According to Larry Page, this new structure will allow to have strong CEO for each unit.
 When she tore open the manila envelope on a sweltering morning in early June, Crystal Wade thought she had unlocked her ticket to freedom. “The St. Louis Housing Authority is pleased to inform you,” the letter read, “that you have been determined eligible to participate in our Housing Choice Voucher Program.” Colloquially referred to as a Section 8 voucher, it would allow her to use a housing subsidy at any suitable rental property she could find anywhere in the city or county of St. Louis. So as she wilted that June morning in her subsidized north side townhome, where the air conditioner was broken again, where a baseboard was black with mold from a leaky window, where she avoided the ground­floor living room for fear of catching a stray bullet, she began to dream of the possibilities. And her top dream was a single­family rental home in the well­appointed suburbs to the west, where the school districts are among the best in the state and where she would be a quick drive to her job at a Verizon call center. “It’s my way out from our messed­up system, our messed­up city,” said Ms. Wade, 25, who lives with her boyfriend and their three daughters. READ MORE
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Niloy Neel was an atheist from a Hindu background

A Bangladeshi blogger known for his atheist views has been hacked to death by a gang armed with machetes in the capital Dhaka, police say.
Niloy Neel was attacked at his home in the city's Goran area.
He is the fourth secularist blogger to have been killed this year by suspected Islamist militants in Bangladesh.
Imran H Sarkar, head of the Bangladesh Blogger and Activist Network, told the BBC that Mr Neel had been an anti-extremist voice of reason.
"He was the voice against fundamentalism and extremism and was even a voice for minority rights - especially women's rights and the rights of indigenous people," he said.
BBC World Service South Asia editor Charles Haviland says that, like previous victims, Mr Neel was not only secular but atheist and, like two of the others, he was from a Hindu, not a Muslim, background.
All four men killed were on a list of 84 "atheist bloggers" drawn up by Islamic groups in 2013 and widely circulated.
It was originally submitted to the government with the aim of having the bloggers arrested and tried for blasphemy. The groups which wanted bloggers arrested told us they have no knowledge of who is behind the killings.
There is also a more complex backdrop to the killings. Islamic groups label all these bloggers "atheists" - and many did indeed use the internet to criticise those who believe in God.
But in fact, not all the bloggers were atheists. What they did have in common was they were part of a wider, secular movement that took to the streets in protest in 2013.