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Forced conversions of girls leaving Pakistan's minority Hindus...

[United States], Aug.19 (ANI): Case after case of minority Hindu girls being forcibly converted to Islam are being presented before courts in Pakistan's Sindh province, has left the community deeply unsettled and with a sense of alarm. An article authored by ... Sify, 1 month ago
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Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims crisis a humanitarian nightmare: UN

United Nations: The UN Security Council has widely condemned Myanmar's treatment of the Rohingya Muslim minority, and also raised issues of terrorism and the attack on Hindus. On Thursday, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said: "In Myanmar, the situation ...
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Could Partition have been less bloody?

The British administration ignored the mounting evidence of violence between Hindus and Muslims...Military historian Barney White-Spunner traces the countdown to the tragedy in his book, Partition. IMAGE: A nurse with child victims of communal violence in Amritsar during the Partition of British India, March 1947.The children's mother was stabbed to death in the riots and they were rescued by a British military patrol and taken to the hosptal for safety.Fighting took place between the city's ...
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Ditch political correctness, nail Pak Muslims for crimes they commit in UK, says ex-aid worker

[United Kingdom], Aug.12 (ANI): A former aid worker in Afghanistan and Pakistan has said that in Pakistan there is a widespread cultural attitude that non-Muslims are inferior to Muslims, and therefore, it comes as no surprise that the latter gets the license ...
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Seeking UN's attention on Kashmir issue not a solution: Strategic affairs expert

With Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif seeking UN Secretary General's attention on the Kashmir issue, experts have suggested that it was not a substantive solution to the problem and would lead to nowhere. "The interference by the secretary general of ...
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Despite an economy in shambles, BJP congratulates itself for a job well done at national executive

Amid intense criticism over the economic slowdown, the BJP patted its back for efforts in improving India’s diplomatic ties and hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi ’s endeavours in giving primacy to terrorism as a global issue. Attended by over ...
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Indian relief for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh as Delhi readies to play 'due' role

Even as the Home Ministry continues to talk tough on the Rohingya refugees in the country, the Indian government is contemplating sending relief for Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. Syed Muazzem Ali, Bangladesh’s High Commissioner to ...
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Is Hamid Ansari right?

'Is Ansari flagging a genuine concern? Is a rectification called for?''And finally: Do minorities matter?' asks Shekhar Gupta. Let's set this argument up by borrowing our courtroom judges' method by stating the bare facts first. We will argue and conclude later whether it is a good or a bad thing. With the departure of Mohammad Hamid Ansari, Indian political history has opened a new chapter.   I have checked, even deep trawled the history of many short-term governments, but failed to find ...
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JSMM calls for independence of 'Pak-occupied historic' nations as precursor to world peace

[Germany], August 30 (ANI): The Sindh representative political party, the Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), under their independence movement, held an international conference, represented by Balochistan, the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Pashtunistan, and the ...
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Eminent scientist P M Bhargava passes away

Renowned scientist Pushpa Mitra Bhargava, the founder director of CSIR-Centre for Cellular Molecular Biology in Hyderabad, who returned his Padma Bhushan award two years ago in protest against the National Democratic Alliance government's stance towards liberal ethos in the country, died on Tuesday. He was 88, CCMB sources said. The scientist, popularly known as P M Bhargava, had been suffering from multiple health problems for some time now. He passed away around 6 pm, they said. Bhargava, a ...
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