Top Stories 11 AM, Feb 22: 6 charred to death in Hyderabad; MK Stalin on hunger strike; Virat Kohli's love affair with kangaroos; Trump's new measures for crackdown on illegal immigrants

From six people burnt alive Hyderabad to Virat Kohli's love affairs with Kangaroo, here;s your news bulletin till 11 am on February 22.

Hyderabad: 6 charred to death as major fire breaks out in air-cooler

In an unfortunate incident, six people were charred to death after a massive fire broke out in an air-cooler in an industrial unit in Attapur area of Hyderabad on February 22. The incident took place at around 5 am when most of the labourers were catching up on their sleep when a fire broke out in the Avon cooler godown. At least four fire tenders rushed to spot to douse the raging flames and recovered burnt bodies from the accident spot. Read More here.

Tamil Nadu: DMK’s MK Stalin on hunger strike to protest against ruckus in TN assembly

DMK leader MK Stalin on February 22 began his hunger strike to protest against the ruckus that took place in the Tamil Nadu assembly during the floor test. DMK is also protesting against trust vote won by tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami. A day after ruckus in the Tamil Nadu Assembly unfolded, DMK on February 20 filed a petition in Madras High Court challenging the trust vote won by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami. Stalin is also likely to meet President Pranab Mukherjee to discuss the issue. Read More here.

India v Australia Tests: Virat Kohli & his love affair with the kangaroos!

Big players rise to the occasion and that is when they start getting recognised. For example, had Virat Kohli got the double ton against Australia instead of Bangladesh, that would have been among his best. Probably Laxman became very, very special because of his love of getting runs against historical cricketing giants, Australia. Virat Kohli does the same, time and again, he likes a big challenge, that instinct is vivid when he chases down big targets, with ease. Read More here.

Trump team announces new measures for crackdown on illegal immigrants

The Trump administration has laid out strict guidelines under a sweeping rewrite of immigration policies, a move that can massively expand the number of people detained and deported in the United States. Any immigrant who is in the country illegally and is charged or convicted of any offense, or even suspected of a crime, will now be an enforcement priority, says a memo issued by US Homeland Security Department. In other words, if an illegal immigrant is arrested for traffic violations or even shop-lifting, he will be targeted along with those convicted of more serious crimes. Read More here.