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Bengaluru News Live Updates: Police have yet to confirm the motive for the murder. Police are investigating a series of crimes in which a Bajrang Dal worker, Harsha Hindu (27), in the Shivamogga area, was involved for a possible motive in the man’s murder on Sunday. Shivamogga town criminal records reveal that Harsha Hindu was involved in at least five …

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Unease in BJP sections, attempt to dial down

The Government of Karnataka indication of an overhaul of his school uniform orderBJP’s distancing from Education Minister’s remarks on a ‘uniform dress code’ comes amid growing unease within the BJP’s top leadership over how the ‘hijab line’ takes place. Sources said there was a feeling that the Karnataka government and the state’s BJP had allowed protests by a “small group …

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‘Boycott Chennai Super Kings’ – Fans outraged after Sri Lankan army player joins IPL champions

As the 2022 Indian Premier League auction ended this week, controversy erupted after defending champions Chennai Super Kings bought Sri Lankan army cricketer Maheesh Theekshana to join the franchise based in Tamil Nadu. The hashtags #Boycott_ChennaiSuperKings and #DontNormaliseTamilGenocide began to be shared on social media platforms as the Sri Lankan army corporal joined the squad. The 21-year-old has previously praised …

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Reviews | What an All-Female News Network in India Shows Us About Democracy

It all started as a literacy project. Dalit women, formerly known as the Untouchables, hand-wrote a newsletter on issues that concerned them: Broken water pumps. Unpaved roads. Known rapists on the loose. In 2002, they started a newspaper that covered everything from illegal mining to murders. Perhaps because Dalits make up around 20% of the population of the Indian state …

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UP Upset OBC Fallout: What Caste Was Emperor Ashoka From?

According to BJP calculations, this year will see the 2,327th birthday of Emperor Ashoka. A good time like any, it seems, to discover his “caste”. With defections fixing uttar pradesh caste cauldron boiling again before the Assembly Polls, the focus is on the Mauryan king who ruled most of what is now called India between 268 BCE and 232 BCE. …

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Jammu and Kashmir’s administrative directive for ‘Surya Namaskar’ on Makar Sankranti sparks row

A government order asking college faculty members and students to perform Surya Namaskar has drawn heavy criticism from two former J&K chief ministers and the city’s mayor, as they called the order a ‘undemocratic. Director of Colleges, Department of Higher Education, Yasmeen Ashai, in an order, had directed Nodal Director, Colleges in Jammu Division, and Nodal Director, Colleges in Kashmir …

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Digvijaya uses termite analogy to target RSS, claiming “threat to Hindu religion” is false propaganda

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Monday used the “termite” analogy to target Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological mentor of the BJP, who he said is harming the entire system. Speaking to reporters here in Madhya Pradesh, Singh also targeted Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, saying his speeches are only filled with divisive references like “Hindu-Muslim” and “Shamshan- Kabristan …

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Plans underway to complete Buddhist pilgrimage site at Nagarjuna Sagar, central India

[ad_1] From thenewsminute.com Telangana State Tourism Development Corp., based in the central Indian state of Telangana, has announced updated plans for its development of Buddhavanam, a Buddhist heritage theme park. The park site, located in Nagarjunasagar, about 150 kilometers southeast of Hyderbad, has revealed a treasure trove of Buddhist and other ancient relics, and is expected to open soon, although …

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In-laws against interfaith marriage, man hangs himself in Noida

[ad_1] A 24-year-old reportedly hanged himself from a tree in Noida on Saturday and left a suicide note, addressed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, stating that he had been harassed by his in-laws since he married his wife, which is from a different religion, earlier this year. Police identified the victim as Mohit Thakur, a resident of Sector 54 of …

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shah: Only Prime Minister Modi conceived the idea of ​​strengthening the Hindu religion: Amit Shah | India News

[ad_1] LUCK: Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the creation of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor in Varanasi, Minister of Interior and Union Cooperation Amit Shah said on Friday that only Prime Minister Modi had conceived the idea to strengthen the Hindu religion. Shah’s remarks came during the inaugural ceremony of 13 new branches of Uttar Pradesh cooperative banks, its 294 …

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Hindu religion could die out in 50 years, warns VHP leader | Nagpur News

[ad_1] Nagpur: The Hindu religion could die out in 50 years if strong action is not taken, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Dr Ravindra Narayan Singh said on Sunday. “If cancer cells remain in the body even after a certain treatment, then a more powerful remedy like chemotherapy is needed. For this, even the patient must remain strong. Here the …

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Decide If You Are a Religious Organization or a Party, Says Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan at IUML – The New Indian Express

[ad_1] Through Express news service KANNUR: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was at his best during the last 15 minutes of his 90-minute inaugural address on Friday at the MPC’s Kannur District Conference, taking on the Muslim League of Indian Union (IUML ) who has been in place in arms against the government’s decision to hand over appointments to the Waqf …

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Ancient bowl of rice complicates the story of civilization in India

[ad_1] R ARELY CAN a spoonful of rice made so much noise. When Deputy Stalin, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, addressed the South Indian state legislature on September 9, he celebrated a moldy sample of the country’s humble staple. Carbon dating by an American lab, he said, had just proven that the rice, found in a small clay offering bowl …

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Bajrang Dal activists break into Christian prayer hall over conversion allegations

[ad_1] Amid the determination of the Karnataka government to introduce an anti-conversion law and the Christian community writing to the Chief Minister against it, a video surfaced on social media platforms allegedly showing Bajrang Dal members breaking into a prayer room and stopping a service halfway in Quartier Hassan on Sunday. The video also shows members of Bajrang Dal forcing …

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Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel, BJP leaders greet Dawoodi Bohra leader on his birthday

[ad_1] The 78th birthday of Dr Syedna Alikader Mufaddal Saifuddin, religious leader (53rd Dai) of the Dawoodi Bohra community, was celebrated with great fervor in Surat on Wednesday and Thursday. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, State BJP Chairman CR Paatil, Interior Minister Harsh Sanghavi, BJP MP from Surat Darshana Jardosh and several BJP MPs were in the Devdi area on Wednesday …

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Don’t Arouse AAC Passions: Yogi Adityanath

[ad_1] Calling AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi “an agent of the Samajwadi party”, Uttar Padesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday threatened to take “strict measures” against those “who want to stir up passions again” about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The CAA was promulgated by the BJP government at the Center to provide Indian citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, …

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Inaugural flight to Kushinagar cements eternally binding Indo-Lankan Buddhist bond – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] By Sugeeswara Senadhira An inaugural flight from Colombo to India’s newest international airport, Kushinagar, landed on October 20 to mark the official opening of the airport by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The flight carried 150 dignitaries, including the most senior Buddhist monks of the four nikayas (sects) and the son of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, Cabinet Minister Namal …

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Borders Too Far | The times of Arunachal

[ad_1] Road leading to the border town of Anini. PC: Moji Riba Mobility for all? [ Tongam Rina ] It is rare for ordinary Arunachalees to reach the last Indo-Tibetan border crossings unless invited by the Indian military on formal occasions like peacetime border meetings with China. Clearances are extremely difficult to obtain and most of the time you don’t …

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Odisha ‘Mukta’ Congress could put BJD in trouble

[ad_1] Outlook October 10, 2021 5:13 PM IST Odisha ‘Mukta’ Congress could put BJD in trouble perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 Bhubaneswar, October 10 (PTI) When BJP leader Narendra Modi convened India‘s “Mukta Congress” ahead of the 2014 general election, many non-congressional parties, including Biju Janata Dal (BJD) from Odisha, who saw the big old party as its main …

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Mr. PM, a critic speaks

[ad_1] The Prime Minister recently revealed, in one of his few interviews, that he lacks criticism. “But, unfortunately, the number of critics is very low,” he said. “Most of the time people are just making claims, more people are playing perception games.” It is with these words in mind that I clarify before going any further that I consider myself …

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India News | Cong opposed to forced religious conversion: Siddaramaiah

[ad_1] Kolar (K’taka), Oct. 1 (PTI), top Congress leader Siddaramaaiah, said on Friday that his party was opposed to forced religious conversion. The opposition leader in the Karnataka assembly, however, said those who wish to voluntarily convert to religion should not be arrested. Read also | Jal Jeevan Mission: PM Narendra Modi will interact with Pani Samitis on October 2. …

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Debate on the image of Bhagat Singh

[ad_1] Chaman Lal, honorary advisor to the Bhagat Singh archives, says the painting bears little physical resemblance to the freedom fighter, opposes former minister MS Gill Pheroz L. Vincent | New Delhi | Posted on 09.29.21, 01:30 AM Archivist Chaman Lal, honorary advisor to the archives and the Bhagat Singh resource center here, lamented the use of an “unreal painting” …

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American Indians protest outside the White House against Modi’s visit | Islamophobia News

[ad_1] Washington DC – Dozens of American Indians gathered in Lafayette Square, the park in front of the White House, to protest Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States. Chanting slogans and waving placards stating “Save India from Fascism,” protesters on Thursday blasted Modi for human rights abuses, persecution of Muslims and other minorities, new agricultural laws …

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HC Sends Notice to Center, EC and Delhi Government Regarding PIL Requesting De-Recognition of AAP for Promotion of Ganesh Chaturthi | India News

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Monday issued an opinion to the Center, Election Commission and the Delhi government in a public interest dispute (PIL) demanding the dis-recognition of the Aam Aadmi party on the grounds that he would have violated the basic principles of secularism by promoting Ganesh Chaturthi Puja on television channels and calling on people …

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Indian court urges Modi to ‘protect Hindu rights’ with new communalist ‘cow protection’ legislation

[ad_1] A high court judge in Allahabad, northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, issued a reactionary ruling dripping with Hindu supremacism earlier this month denying Javed bail, a 59-year-old Muslim man. In March, over six months ago, Javed was arrested by Uttar Pradesh police for the “crime” of slaughtering cows under the state’s draconian anti-cow slaughter law, and he has …

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AMU students condemn VC for condolences on death of Kalyan Singh

An unsavory controversy has erupted at Aligarh Muslim University with university students criticizing Vice-Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor for mourning the death of the former UP chief minister Kalyan Singh and posted a message of condolence. Hateful posters were put up on the university campus by the students condemning the rector for an “act” which they described as “shameful and hurtful …

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Posters criticize AMU VC for expressing condolences on death of former CM | Latest India News

[ad_1] Agra: Posters against the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Professor Tariq Mansoor, for expressing their condolences on the death of the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Kalyan Singh, appeared on the university campus, urging the state government to warn against strict measures against those who “” think Talibani “after examining the case. The posters, which appeared …

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Opinions of our readers 23 August 2021

Taliban make clear their intentions While reports of 150 Indians intercepted on their way to the airport by the Taliban triggered fear and anxiety are indisputable, it has revealed the truth that not only the moderate Taliban are a ‘smokescreen’, but also far. In fact, interrogation of the abducted Indians made it clear that Indians are no longer wanted there …

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Car traffic disrupted on the Hindustan-Tibet national highway at HP

[ad_1] No more news August 23, 2021 | 00:22 Ujjain, Aug 22 (UNI) The National Security Law was invoked against four people who were subsequently jailed for three months for brandishing pro-Pakistan slogans on Thursday during a procession of a certain community in the colony from Geeta to Ujjain, official sources said on Sunday. . Collector Ashish Singh initiated the …

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“Kalyan Singh was a symbol of faith for the people”: Prime Minister Modi pays last tribute to former UP CM in Lucknow: The Tribune India

[ad_1] Kalyan Singh was “symbol of faith” for people, says Prime Minister Modi Lucknow, August 22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh was a valued figure and a capable leader who has become a “symbol of faith” for the people. Modi was speaking to reporters after paying a final tribute to …

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From the Editor-in-Chief – Editor’s Note

[ad_1] In the seventh edition of this magazine, March 15, 1976, we published a cover story on India’s growing population and how to control it. It was during the state of emergency and at that time the Congress Party announced a National Population Policy, which detailed population control measures. The intention was noble, but the implementation brutal. During the state …

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July 7, 1981, forty years ago: TN conversions

[ad_1] Interior Minister Giani Zail Singh assured members of the parliamentary advisory committee attached to his ministry that the government would investigate the large-scale conversion of Hindus to Islam in a village in Tamil Nadu. The committee members are Niren Ghosh (CPM), Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Janata Party) and Madhu Dandavate (Janata). The panel alleged that a huge amount of money …

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BSI calls for replacement of Dr BR Ambedkar statue

[ad_1] Delegation of the Buddhist Society of India in the premises of the Collectorate. Journalist: RAIPUR, A delegation from the Buddhist Society of India (BSI) met with the mayor and delivered a memorandum demanding the replacement of the statue of Dr BR Ambedkar located in Ambedkar Chowk. Delegates also met with the district collector and requested a rental deed from …

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Dynamism of religious tourism in UP: yogi-led development councils set up for Chitrakoot, Mirzapur

[ad_1] Continuing its policy of promoting religious tourism in the state, the Uttar Pradesh cabinet on Friday gave the green light to the formation of the Vindhya Dham Development Council and the Chitrakoot Dham Development Council. The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Ma Vindhyavasini Temple, Vindhyachal, located in Mirzapur district, is an …

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