Connect with us


Release Date, Plot, Characters and Other Details – rexoxer



Kengan Ashura Season 3 Release Date and Other Details

If you are someone who loves to watch anime, then you must watch Kengan Ashura. This is an action-packed anime series that has won the hearts of many fans with the epic fighting scenes. It is amazing to see how the show emphasises on different forms of martial arts. You can find the show streaming on Netflix in the English dubbed version.

Kengan Ashura Season 3 Release Date

Kengan Ashura season 3 is expected to be released in July 2020. However, nothing is confirmed yet. Due to several issues caused by the present pandemic, the anime industry is also suffering badly. The release of season 3 is delayed. No confirmed date has been announced yet. If the situation doesn’t get right, then the show release can be postponed to 2021.

Kengan Ashura Season 3 Cast

Kengan Ashura Season 3

Here is the list of voice over actors for the English dubbed version of the show.

  • Kaiji Tang for Tokita Ohma, the main protagonist of the story.
  • Bryce Papenbrook for Cosmo
  • Jake Green for Jun Sekibayashi
  • Jonah Scott for Lihito
  • Erika Harlaher for Akiyama
  • Todd Haberkom for Setsuna
  • Michael C. Pizzuto for Hideki
  • Keith Silverstein for Kazuo

Kengan Ashura Season 3 Plot

For those who haven’t watched the show yet, the story revolves around a tournament of gladiators. This particular tournament I conducted every year by greedy businessmen who make their gladiators fight dangerous combats without providing them any weapons. The one who wins the tournament gets to take everything home.

These tournaments are all about survival and winning. The gladiators risk their life when fighting just to win the prize money. In the show, we get to see how Tokita Ohma, the main protagonist of the story knocks out his opponents in the fight by applying his strategy.

This is an ideal watch for all those who love to watch action-packed animes.

1285 posts 0 comments

Continue Reading


covid: Karnataka resident doctors calls for indefinite strike from November 29 | Bengaluru News



BENGALURU: The Karnataka Association of Resident Doctors (KARD) has called for an indefinite strike from November 29 to protest against the non payment of their Covid allowance and non-reduction of fees.
The strike will mean withdrawal of all the elective services including OPDs and elective OTs (excluding emergency services) in all the medical colleges affiliated with KARD. While the association had announced a similar indefinite strike on November 9, it was called off after the minister for medical education promised to resolve it in 10 days time.
“It is unfortunate to note that the assurance given by minister of medical education has not been fulfilled. The intent to address the issue is clearly not visible as resident doctors were excluded from the package of Covid-Risk allowance announced recently by Government of Karnataka. We are left with no option but to display our dissent in this regard…” read a press release from the association.
The state had announced covid allowance of Rs 10,000 per month from April to all resident doctors. However, no money has been paid yet.
Also the academic fees was hiked from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1,20,000, a near 400% hike. The students were not given any concession during Covid even when school fees where reduced.
The association has also pointed out to the repeated postponement of the NEET-PG counselling. “We would hereby like to urge upon the Union Government and the Supreme Court of India to take note of the grievance of resident doctors of the nation and to take necessary measures for expediting the NEET-PG 2021 counselling as well as admission process and to fast-track the Court proceedings on an urgent basis. In case there is no positive response, we will be forced to escalate our protest. The onus of any such unfortunate situation affecting healthcare services will be on the concerned authorities,” said another release from the association.

Continue Reading


Karnataka govt issues advisory for educational institutions amid spike in Covid cases. Details here



In view of concerns over recent Covid-19 clusters in Mysuru, Dharwad, and Bengaluru, Karnataka government on Sunday decided to implement a slew of stringent precautionary measures in educational institutions.

Karnataka government in an advisory following recent Covid-19 clusters in Mysuru, Dharwad, and Bengaluru said that all social and cultural events, conferences, seminars, academic events, etc. in educational institutions may be postponed for two months. 

The official statement issued by the Karnataka government informed that, “all students in medical and paramedical and other such educational institutions should be screened daily for symptoms of Covid-19. And the symptomatic should be tested and treated as per the guidelines already issued.” 

It said, “all students in medical and paramedical and other such educational institutions should be screened daily for symptoms of Covid-19. And the symptomatic should be tested and treated as per the guidelines already issued. 

All social and cultural events in educational institutions may be postponed for two months, it said.  

The official statement further informed, “conferences, seminars, academic events, etc. in educational institutions, wherever possible may be postponed. Alternatively, it could be conducted in hybrid mode, i.e. with minimal physical attendance and with more persons attending through virtual mode.”  

This comes a day after Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai chaired a meeting on Saturday in which instructions were given to increase vigil on the state’s borders. The Chief Minister gave directions for “strict monitoring at bordering districts of Kerala and Maharashtra and undertaking tight recce on National Highways”.

“It has been decided to impose a temporary ban on cultural programmes in schools and colleges, make the second dose of vaccination compulsory for those working in government offices, malls, hotels, cinema halls, zoos, swimming pools and libraries,” said Karnataka Revenue Minister, R Ashok briefing the media persons about the decisions taken at the meeting.

According to the statement, students in hostels who have got negative RTPCR test reports would have to get the RTPCR test done again on the 7th day after the first report.

“More intense testing for students in medical and nursing colleges will be compulsory. There will be a temporary ban on cultural programmes in schools and colleges,” it added.


Subscribe to Mint Newsletters

* Enter a valid email

* Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter.

Never miss a story! Stay connected and informed with Mint.
our App Now!!

Continue Reading


Pakistan round-up: Rs 40bn irregularities in Imran’s Covid package, & more



Pakistan’s total debt and liabilities have crossed Rs 50.5 trillion, an addition of Rs 20.7 trillion under the current government alone.

In June 2018, every Pakistani owed Rs 144,000, which increased to Rs 235,000 by September 2021, an additional burden of Rs 91,000 or 63% during PTI’s tenure.

The State Bank of Pakistan released the debt figures till September 2021, a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan described the increasing debt as a “national security issue”.

Pakistan will soon get $3 billion as loan from Saudi Arabia as the cabinet has approved an agreement to keep the amount in the country’s central bank.

Continue Reading