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Sangh outfits against 'indecent' dances on new year eve

Citing "Love Jihad", the Bajrang Dal and VHP have opposed "indecent" dances and parties where drinks or intoxicating substances are served on New Year's eve in hotels, pubs and public places."Love Jihad is already rampant in Dakshina Kannada district and ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

“How can we move on with our lives after seeing something like this?” – Farhan Akhtar reacts to ‘love jihad’ murder

The brutal daylight murder of a man in Rajasthan in the name of ‘love jihad’ has shocked the nation, none more so than filmmaker-actor-singer Farhan Akhtar who is too appalled to think straight. Says Farhan, “I’m reeling after seeing the man being ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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Mr Modi would you pick Manusmriti or the Constitution? Asks Jignesh Mevani

Despite rumours of cancellation of the Yuva Hunkar rally circulating on social media and some news channels, youth leaders from across the country gathered at Parliament Street in the national capital to protest the recent caste-based violence in Maharashtra ...
 catchnews.com4 days ago
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And now, housing apartheid against Muslims in Yogi Adityanath's UP?

Amid all the talk of BJP leaders giving credit for the party's victories in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh to its “politics of development”, a shocking case has been reported from the BJP-governed Uttar Pradesh. In an example of housing apartheid on ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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2017: When outrage became our national past-time

If you started counting the number of things Indians were outraging about at 11:30 PM on 31st December 2017, you’d be well into the New Year before the list was completed. That’s because 2017 was a breakout year, where social media increasingly ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Pakistan/India: How politicians from across the border wine and dine for mutual interests

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stands with former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at an event marking the Hindu festival Dussehra in New Delhi. Images: AP At a moment when the Gujarat assembly election was the talk of the town, the timing of a meeting between ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
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UP Police looks to ensure peaceful Christmas after Hindu Jagran Manch's warning to Aligarh schools

The Uttar Pradesh Police today directed all district police chiefs to ensure that Christmas festivities go smoothly without any untoward incident, two days after the Hindu Jagran Manch warned Aligarh schools against celebrating the festival. ADG (Law and ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Hadiya case | Brinda Karat slams NIA for interrogating couples in inter-community marriages

CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has accused the National Investigation Agency (NIA) of being out on a "fishing expedition" in Kerala and interrogating couples in inter-caste or inter-community marriages. The party's politburo member said instead of celebrating ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Why ISIS fascinates young Muslims

In the worst terror attack this year, ISIS terrorists killed 305 Muslims and wounded over a hundred others at a Sufi mosque in Bir al-Abed on Friday, November 24.'It is important to destroy, to undermine, to debunk the narrative of ISIS,' Olivier Roy -- one of the world's leading experts on radical Islam -- tells Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel in an exclusive interview. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Sydney-born Khaled Sharrouf was just 36 when he was killed in Syria. Radicalised ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Hadiya's case: What if there was no Supreme Court!

'Mercifully, the Supreme Court is currently playing the role of the elderly wise to prevent wrong-doing,' says Amulya Ganguli. Imagine there's no Supreme Court, to misquote the celebrated John Lennon song, imagine there's no heaven.   In such circumstances, the Akhila-Hadiyas of India will always remain in parental 'custody', a confinement of love and discipline in the eyes of their well-wishers. The fact that they are adults and are, therefore, theoretically free to go about on their own ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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