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Pak plans permanent ban on Hafiz Saeed's JuD: Report
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Pakistan plans permanent ban on JuD, other terror groups

The Pakistan government is working on a draft bill to permanently ban Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa as well as other groups and individuals on the watch list of the interior ministry. The bill will replace the presidential ordinance ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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Sikhs & Kashmiri groups come together in Amritsar to air demand of self-determination

Sunday evening saw the coming together of Sikh and Kashmiri groups at Amritsar to air their demand for right to self determination. The convention on 'Right to Self-determination: UN recognizes, India defeats' organised by Dal Khalsa saw the groups contesting ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Columnists quit Kenyan media group over freedom crackdown

Eight prominent columnists working for Kenya's biggest media group quit today over what they said was increased meddling by government and a loss of media freedom at its outlets.The columnists include George Kegoro, executive director of the Kenyan Human ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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'We have forgotten to be normal'

Shoojit Sircar takes Rediff.com's Ronjita Kulkarni behind the sets of October, and right inside his beautiful mind. IMAGE: Director Shoojit Sircar flanked by Varun Dhawan, left, and Producer Ronnie Lahiri."Ronnie believes in the kind of films I do," says Shoojit. Photograph: Kind courtesy Shoojit Sircar/Instagram One of the most moving moments in Shoojit Sircar's October is when its lady protagonist opens her eyes for the first time. Shiuli, played by Banita Sandhu, has been in a coma for a ...
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50 IIT alumni quit jobs to form political party

A group of 50 alumni from the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology across the country have quit their jobs to form a political party to fight for the rights of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.The group, which is waiting for an approval from the Election Commission, has named their outfit Bahujan Azad Party.We are a bunch of 50 people, all from different IITs, who have quit our full-time jobs to work for the party. We have applied to the Election ...
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Chandra and his 3S philosophy to take Tata Sons ahead

The Tata Group has close to 110 companies and Chandrasekaran plans to bring this number down to around five or six. Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran has spent nearly 14 months leading one of the country's oldest and largest corporate houses. As he moves into second gear, he has one message for group chief executives: explain how best the philosophy of simplification, synergy and scale can be brought to life within the group.   Addressing heads of businesses at the Tata group’s ...
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British authorities tender apology over tricolour torn during anti-Modi protests in London

Some groups protesting against atrocities in India during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here have turned violent after a tricolour was torn down from one of the official flagpoles set up for all 53 Commonwealth countries. Modi, who is in the UK for ...
 DNA4 days ago Why TN turned its back on Modi  Rediff.com1 week ago Sikh separatists in UK planning anti-India campaign at behest of Pakistan  catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Mohajir activists apprise US lawmakers of human rights violations in Pak

[USA], April 15 (ANI): A United States-based advocacy group, Voice of Karachi, has held important meetings in Washington D.C. with the Congressmen and members of powerful House committees over the latest situation in Pakistan and South Asia region. Nadeem ...
 Sify1 week ago Mohajirs apprise US lawmakers of 'rights violations' in Pak  Sify1 week ago
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Syria air strikes: UK's Theresa May says action 'moral and legal'

Theresa May has said it was "legally and morally right" for the UK to join air strikes against the Syrian regime to prevent "further human suffering".She told MPs there was "clear evidence" the Assad government was behind the Douma chemical weapons attack.The UK had "explored every diplomatic channel" in response but regrettably decided there was no alternative to "limited, carefully targeted action".But Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the action was "legally questionable".Calling on Mrs May ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Citizens, civic groups, lake activists cry foul, wants KLCDA to remain

Bengalurus vocal, active citizen groups have come together yet again to protect city lakes from being taken over by Minor Irrigation department. They are just not in favour of killing an institution as promising as the Karnataka Lake Conservation and ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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