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Sasural Simar Ka 2 Today’s Episode SSK2 Update 25th November 2021: Reema Exposes Aarav & Simar



The latest episode of the show will bring a level kind of drama to your screen and therefore we are jumping the gun to reveal the upcoming twists of Sasural Simar Ka 2 tonight’s episode. So, the episode begins with, Avinash asking Simar if she gave slippers to Samar. Samar there says yes uncle Ji, Avinash then asks him if he needs anything, he replies that he does not need anything and let Simar sleep as she is tired. Avinash says that he just wants to see Simar if she is really sleeping and he goes.

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Samar goes behind him and as soon as he enters the room he sees the bed empty, he looks around and asks Samar about Simar, saying he said that she is in the room so where is she. Meanwhile, Simar enters the room and asks them that what happened. He then looks at her and asks Samar that as they both went to drink milk, he asks her if she is fine, she replies that she is standing in front of him and that too completely fine so what he was worried about.

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Avinash says sorry to her and says that he was thinking that she has broken his trust and this is all he was thinking about. Simar looks at him, he says that he is so proud to have a daughter like her and he is in debt to her. He then praises her saying that it is so hard to move on but as she is doing the same so it is increasing their courage as well. She smiles, he says that they all are proud of her for keeping their respect and prestige. Everyone there in the house getting happy but Aarav is still on the terrace waiting for Simar.

On the other side in the room, Simar says “sorry Papa, I never wanted to break your trust but it is also true that I can’t stop myself to see Aarav’s even a single glimpse and this is the main reason that I always get dragged towards him”. She then thinks that today she said him to leave and that too keeping stone on her heart and thinks that how will he go because the pipe is broken and slippery too what if he falls down. Well, no doubt that the makers of the show are leaving no stone unturned to make it more captivating and for this they all are doing their job amazingly, so stay tuned to read all the latest written episode updates.


Avoiding The Ogoni Tragedy In Idumuje-Ugboko, By Owei Lakemfa – The Maravi Post




I was close to the environmentalist and writer, Ken Saro-Wiwa. We often dicussed the Niger Delta and environmental  pollution. At a point, he was made the Spokesperson of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, MOSOP.

In this position, he campaigned vigorously against the destructive activities of transnational oil corporations in Ogoniland. At a point, whenever he issued press statements, he sent them to me for dissemination in media houses, and publication in the VANGUARD Newspapers where I worked and he was a columnist.

Then disagreements arose within the Ogoni elites which also affected MOSOP. For instance, while Ogoni elites led by Chief Edward Nna Kobani, who was Campaign Director General of Chief Moshood Abiola in the June 12, 1993 presidential election, campaigned that Ogonis vote for him, the MOSOP under Saro-Wiwa and its youth wing, the National Youth Council of Ogoni People, NYCOP, decided that the Ogonis should boycott the election.

There were also differences in opinion on how to handle the oil companies operating in Ogoniland. When the internal disagreements continued, the founding MOSOP president, Dr. Garrick Barilee Leton, a former Minister of Education, and his executive resigned and Saro-Wiwa took over.

  When in 1994, the Abacha military regime decided to hold a Constitutional Conference which many thought was a disingenuous way of the dictator trying to hold on to power by transforming into a civilian president, Saro-Wiwa disagreed and decided to attend.

I met him a few days before he left Lagos for Ogoniland to campaign to be elected a delegate to the Abacha conference. Dr. Beko Ransome-Kuti, then President of the anti-military coalition, Campaign for Democracy, CD, and I tried to dissuade Saro-Wiwa from attending the Abacha conference.

MOSOP was one of the affiliates of the CD and since the organisation and other pro-democracy organisations had decided to boycott the conference, we thought it inadvisable for MOSOP to break ranks. But Saro-Wiwa stuck to his guns and went for his campaign rally in Ogoniland which held on May 21, 1994. However, the regime appeared not to want him at its conference either; the junta’s security men escorted him out of Ogoniland.

While the campaign rally was on, Ogoni elites who were not on Saro-Wiwa’s side, were holding a meeting in the Gokana part of Ogoni. This meeting was attacked by some youths and four of the attendees were hacked to death. These were Chief Edward Kobani, former MOSOP Vice President; Albert Tombari Badey, a former Secretary to the Government and Head of Service to the Rivers State government from 1987-1993; Samuel Orage and Theophilus Orage, brothers-in-law of Saro-Wiwa. He and 15 others were accused of masterminding the murders and tried by a tribunal. Six, including then MOSOP Deputy President, Ledum Mitee, were freed, while Saro-Wiwa and eight others were on November10, 1995, hanged for the murders.

The deaths were an unmitigated tragedy from which Ogoniland has not recovered and the country may never be able to wash itself clean.

Today, 26 years later, another intra-communal crises is on, this time in Idumuje-Ugboko in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State. As in the Ogoni case, the elites in the town have disagreements that have split them into two antagonistic camps. Like MOSOP, the Idumuje Ugboko Development Union is split into two, and clashes have already occurred, including a serious one in May 2017 in which two persons reportedly died. This is disputed by the other faction.

This year has also witnessed skirmishes.

Chief Chris Ogwu, the Iyase (Prime Minister) of the town was my senior in the then University of Ife (Now, Obafemi Awolowo University). In my first year, which was his final year, I stayed four rooms away, while one of my best friends, John Onwah, stayed in the same room with him.

He was a noted footballer. When I went for the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, programme in Kano, Chris was working there as a journalist and he welcomed me with a memorable outing. We later worked together in the GUARDIAN Newspapers where he rose to be Sports Editor. When my maternal grandmother died in 2000 and was buried in Oleh, Delta State, Chris drove all the way from Lagos to attend.

You can imagine how shocked I was when he told me that during the May 2017 disturbances in the town, he was brutalised, his legs dislocated, his cars and house vandalised. On the opposite side of the conflict is Azuka Jebose Molokwu, one of the most conscientious journalists I have ever come across.

He was a very resourceful journalist who carries out campaigns for peoples’ rights, including the right of journalists to receive just wages. Even from his new base in the United States, he waged a war against a powerful media organisation, forcing it to pay staff entitlements, including to those who had disengaged.

I also know a few other persons on both sides of the divide in this potentially debilitating but avoidable war in which princes are digging trenches on opposite sides and the rich and powerful in the town are standing eyeball to eyeball. In the meantime, the contentious issues, like the COVID-19 virus, are mutating. Initially the primary issue appeared to be over land, now the central issue is more of a tussle over succession: which faction wins the traditional crown in succession to the late King Albert Nwoko.

Inter-communal conflicts, like those in a family, are unending. They can go on for generations and would potentially cripple development and needed unity. With such conflicts, the community becomes quite vulnerable. It becomes like a body with weak immune system which is susceptible to opportunistic diseases. Africans say it is only when the wall opens itself the lizard can have the opportunity of penetrating it.

The issue is not what the truth in the conflict is: each side would always have its truths, otherwise they would not have the followers they parade. Also, the important thing is not which side is correct; even if the courts so rule, it may not change the reality on ground which basically is that the people of Idumuje-Ugboko are divided. There can be no ready winners in a fratricidal war; as the reality in Ogoniland shows, there can only be losers and this can go on for generations.

The rest of us do not need to wait for a bloodbath in the town before trying to make peace. The Delta State Government has the duty to bring all sides together, more so when rampaging bandits in the country can build a base there. The National Orientation Agency can also move in; so should organisations interested in peace and conflict resolution. On this score, if anybody is game, so am I.

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Sudan: Tear gas fired at crowd in Khartoum – The Maravi Post




Thousands of Sudanese took to the streets Monday in the capital of Khartoum and other cities in the latest protests against the October military coup and a subsequent deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.

Footage circulated on social media supposedly showed demonstrators marching in different locations in Khartoum and its sister city of Omdurman. There were also protests in other cities, including Kassala, Sennar and Port Sudan.

Security forces fired tear gas to disperse protesters marching in a street near the presidential palace in Khartoum. There were no immediate reports of casualties.

In past rounds of demonstrations security forces used violence, including live ammunition against protesters, according to activists. At least 44 protesters have been killed and hundreds wounded since the coup, according to the Sudan Doctors Committee

The Sudanese military seized power Oct. 25, dissolving the transitional government and arresting dozens of officials and politicians.

Hamdok was reinstated last month amid international pressure in a deal that calls for an independent technocratic Cabinet under military oversight. The agreement included the release of government officials and politicians detained since the coup and the formation of an independent technocratic Cabinet led by Hamdok.

The deal, however, was rejected by the pro-democracy movement, which insists on handing over power to a civilian government to lead the transition. The protests came under the slogan of: “No negotiations, no compromise, no power-sharing” with the military.

Monday’s protests were called by the Sudanese Professionals Association and the so-called Resistance Committees, which spearheaded the uprising against al-Bashir and then the military coup.

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Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ) Ullu Web Series, Episode, Review, Star Cast, Actress Name, Images




ULLU streaming platform is back with another hot and bold web series for the watchers. Many people across the nation love to watch every single web series on the ULLU platform and fans are too excited to watch this series because there are lots of things to watch in the upcoming web series of the network.

Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ) Ullu Web Series

Now, the streaming platform is back with another web series for the fans and it will be interesting to watch the next web series which is a second part of “Relationship Counsellor”. The trailer of the “Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 )” has been released on the Internet and fans are also supporting the series to watch.

Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ) Ullu Web Series

Along with the trailer, it will be also interesting to watch that how the web series is going to continue the story and what is yet to reveal in the story. We have totally shared all the details of the first part and now, the other part is all set to entertain the viewers. After the trailer release, it seems that the fans are going excited about the next part and sharing the trailer on social media. So, let’s see what’s new come out in the next part.

Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ): Storyline

Let us tell our readers that the makers are continuing the web series as we have seen in the first part that the story revolves around the life of a husband who has lots of fantasies for her $exual life and wants to fulfill his physical desires. The wife takes help from her friend and friend’s husband but unfortunately, the story takes a new turn and the friend’s husband falls in love with his wife’s friend.

On the other side, the wife’s friend had a physical relationship with his friend’s husband. Now, the story is taking a new turn and it will be interesting to watch that what will happen next?

Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ) Episode Review


Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ): Cast

The series is back with the same cast as seen in the first part. Jiten Bisht as Kartik, Sharad Ghore as Rajeev, Sharanya Jit Kaur as Sejal and Priya Gamre as Meghna in the story are back with the same role and entertaining the fans with their amazing bold roles.

Relationship Counsellor ( Part-2 ): Release Date 

Finally, the fans are also excited to know that when the series will be released on the platform, and let us tell you that the makers have revealed the date as part 2 will hit the ULLU platform on December 10, 2021 on ULLU platform. Watchers can’t watch the series without a subscription package so, they will have to purchase the subscription package of the platform.

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