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ABVP goes frantic post-polls, Arson Violence Erupts at Allahabad University

 Thursday, October 11, 2018  |  No Comments

According to reports, hostel rooms were set ablaze, bombs were hurled and clashes between student parties had broken out.

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Mainstream parties question the impartiality of Governor’s office in J&K

 Thursday, October 11, 2018  |  No Comments

The National Conference (NC) and the Congress questioned the impartiality of the Governor Satyapal Malik when he favoured the appointment of Junaid Azim Mattu as the Mayor of Srinagar.

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Dismissed for Fictional Facebook Post, CUK Student Attempts Suicide

 Thursday, October 11, 2018  |  No Comments

Akhil Thazhath, a second-year student of MA International Relations at Central University of Kerala who was expelled for his Facebook post, attempted suicide on Tuesday (9th Oct) morning.

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Municipal Polls 2018 Second Phase: Kashmir Records the Lowest Turnout

 Thursday, October 11, 2018  |  No Comments

While the capital Srinagar and South Kashmir’s Anantnag town witnessed a total boycott of the electoral exercise, the provinces of Jammu observed brisk polling throughout the day.

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#HNLUKiAzaadi : How HNLU Students Managed to Overthrow their Corrupted VC

 Thursday, October 11, 2018  |  No Comments

Students of HNLU were protesting since 27th August night demanding the resignation of the VC. It was on the same day that the High Court of Chhattisgarh passed a judgement citing that Mr. Pal singh, who was the vice chancellor had illegally extended his tenure by 5 years.

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Delhi High Court accepts CBI Closure Report for the case of Najeeb Ahmed

 Tuesday, October 9, 2018  |  No Comments

The CBI had maintained that they had not found credible evidence regarding Najeeb Ahmed being assaulted a night before his disappearance and therefore, the case could not proceed further. Accepting the contention, the Delhi High Court directed the counsel for Fatima Nafees, who is Najeeb Ahmed’s mother, to pursue the case in the trial court.

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Urban Local Bodies Polls: Shutdown, Clashes Marks polling Day in Kashmir

 Tuesday, October 9, 2018  |  No Comments

While there were reports of stone pelting in some areas of northern Kashmir, a Bharatiya Janata Party candidate, Adil Ali Buhroo and a pregnant woman were injured in clashes during the first phase of urban local body elections

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High Alert in Valley Ahead of Urban Local Bodies Polls

 Monday, October 8, 2018  |  No Comments

High alert was issued in the aftermath of killing of two NC workers in Habba Kadal area of downtown Srinagar and in view of the first phase of the Urban Local Bodies (ULB) polls on Monday.

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Unknown Gunmen Kill Two Workers of National Conference in Srinagar

 Monday, October 8, 2018  |  No Comments

As per sources, the trio were having a conversation near a shop at Karfali Mohalla, when unknown gunmen opened fire on them. Both Wani and Bhat were close aides of MLA Habbakadal, Shameema Firdous while Zangoo was working as block president of NC in Habbakadal area.

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Supreme Court Rejects Plea to Transfer Kathua Gang rape and Murder Case to CBI

 Monday, October 8, 2018  |  No Comments

The bench rejected the plea stating that the matter did not require fresh investigation.

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Frisking and Security Beefed up in the Kashmir Valley Ahead of Urban Local Bodies Elections

 Monday, October 8, 2018  |  No Comments

Ahead of Urban Local Bodies (ULB) polls in the State, government forces intensified frisking in the city to check movement of militants and prevent them from carrying out any attacks.

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National Conference Boycotts Upcoming Municipal and Panchayat Elections in Kashmir

 Sunday, October 7, 2018  |  No Comments

National Conference will not participate in these elections (panchayat), unless & until the Government of India and the state government clarify its position in the matter of Article 35 A and takes effective steps for the protection of this Article”,

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Boycotting Civic polls is aiding BJP in Kashmir: Congress

 Friday, October 5, 2018  |  No Comments

The Congress blamed the NC and the PDP for assisting the rise of right-wing ideology in the state by not participating in the upcoming urban local bodies (ULB) polls

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Bitcoin scam: Largest financial scam after Demonetization

 Thursday, October 4, 2018  |  No Comments

Unable to approach the police, Bhatt and nine accomplices kidnapped two BitConnect representatives and demanded Rs 2256 bitcoin as ransom. Pladiya, however, wanted more. Paladiya then contacted Kotadiya and used the help of local police to extort Bhatt’s bitcoin. Bhatt spilled the plans by choosing to meet the police. 8 policemen have been suspended following the allegations.

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Urban Local Bodies Polls: Over 200 Candidates Elected Unopposed

 Wednesday, October 3, 2018  |  No Comments

The State’s two main political parties including the National Conference (NC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had boycotted the elections earlier since they were dissatisfied with the position of the Government of India on Article 35A, which grants special privileges to residents of J&K

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Do Not Harass the Families of Militants: High Court Directs to Security Forces and J&K Police

 Tuesday, October 2, 2018  |  No Comments

Advocate Mir Shafaqat Hussain along with Mir Wajid submitted before the court that “a militant holds a gun, his family cannot be victimized; their right to life and liberty is an individual right under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.”

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Aligarh Encounter: Mothers demand justice for their innocent sons who were murdered by UP Police

 Sunday, September 30, 2018  |  No Comments

The police gave them 100 INR for conveyance. Heena and Shabana went to the hospital only to find their children’s dead bodies being dumped in the morgue of the hospital. Shabana recalled tearfully, “the bodies were battered and injured. Their faces were swollen. There were bloodstains on their faces.”

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Talib Hussain Faces Death Threats in Police Custody

 Friday, September 28, 2018  |  No Comments

A jail inmate who was with him was released last week. He confirmed that the assistant superintendent of the police (SP) and others are hatching a plot to kill him before his next hearing on September 25.

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UP government harassment of Dr. Kafeel Khan continues

 Friday, September 28, 2018  |  No Comments

The relentless attack on Dr. Kafeel Khan and his family by the Yogi Adityanath led UP government continues, as he has been arrested and put in Gorakhpur jail once again along with his brother Adeel Khan.

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40000 Additional Forces deployed for 2018 civic Polls

 Wednesday, September 26, 2018  |  No Comments

the additional 40,000 soldiers would be primarily deployed for “area domination”, night patrolling and security for contestants if needed.

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Step-Mother and Step-Brother in Uri Rape and Murder case says Police

 Sunday, September 23, 2018  |  No Comments

According to police, the minor girl was first gang-raped and later on murdered with an axe. The eyes of the girl were also gouged out and her body was sprinkled with acid.

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Threats and Abductions in South Kashmir: Three Cops Killed in Shopian

 Saturday, September 22, 2018  |  No Comments

As per the locals from Wangam village that they spotted the bodies of policemen early in the morning. They informed the district police, who reached to the spot and took the bodies to the district hospital for medical formalities.

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Muharram Procession restricted in Srinagar

 Saturday, September 22, 2018  |  No Comments

Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims commemorate the martyrdom of Imam-i-Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad.  The Shia sect of Muslims celebrated the Muharram as the martyrdom of Imam Hussain and his family in Karbala in 61AH/680CE. 

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Governor, Mehbooba Mufti and Farooq Abdullah Pay Tribute to Karbala Martyrs

 Friday, September 21, 2018  |  No Comments

the Governor said that Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) and his companions sacrificed their lives for upholding the high values of truth, justice and righteousness.

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Mosque in Sheetala Colony Sealed After Complaints from Hindutva Groups

 Thursday, September 20, 2018  |  No Comments

Gurgaon was in news this year when Hindutva groups disrupted Friday prayers in open spaces by the Muslims. Back then, they threatened the permanent closure of Friday prayers by Muslims in the open, citing traffic hassles. However, most of these prayers were held in parks, barren lands, or lanes which hardly caused any traffic problem

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Governor Promises Corruption Free Governance in the Jammu and Kashmir

 Wednesday, September 19, 2018  |  No Comments

I have kept the doors of Raj Bhavan open for the public. They can come and meet me any time,” he said, adding that he won’t hesitate to meet people even at midnight. He said that he would “respectfully” listen to the complaints and grievances of the general public.

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Rajnath Singh Appeals to all Mainstream Parties of J&K to not Boycott Civic Polls

 Tuesday, September 18, 2018  |  No Comments

the Home minister appealed the political parties to contest the upcoming panchayat and urban local polls instead of boycotting them. This will provide an opportunity for them to interact with the people and would work for the development of the state. 

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Doctors inform Court that Aasifa was sexually assaulted

 Monday, September 17, 2018  |  No Comments

Till now,  54 witnesses have deposed before the court in the ongoing trial in the brutal rape and murder of the 8-year old girl who was repeatedly assaulted before being killed at a village in Jammu Kashmir’s Kathua district in January.

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Dilbag Singh Replaces S P Vaid as DGP in J&K

 Monday, September 17, 2018  |  No Comments

Vaid’s services have been placed at the disposal of the General Administration Department for further posting as state transport commissioner. S P Vaid, an IPS officer of 1986 batch, was appointed as the DGP by the previous PDP-BJP government.

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Chief Electoral Officer Announces Date for 9-Phased Panchayat Polls in J&K

 Monday, September 17, 2018  |  No Comments

The chief electoral officer Shaleen Kabra on Sunday announced the timetable for panchayat polls in the state, even as he assured that the government will provide a “security environment” to the contestants.

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CUK Suspends Professor for Facebook Post, Students Condemn “Admin Fascism”

 Friday, September 14, 2018  |  No Comments

While ASA, CUK unit responded that, “University administration has never been student friendly. Delimiting student voices of criticism with oppression has been the Sanghi administration’s way of disrespecting the constitutional right to freedom of opinion and expression.”

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Kashmir DGP directs officers to prepare for smooth panchayat elections

 Friday, September 14, 2018  |  No Comments

Singh, who was recently appointed as State’s new police chief, held the security review meeting on ULB and Panchayat polls with the Senior Superintendents of Police and Deputy Inspectors General of Police IG’s of Kashmir Zone through video conference at Police Control Room here.

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Journalist bodies of Kashmir Valley Protested against the Arrest of Asif Sultan

 Wednesday, September 12, 2018  |  No Comments

Asif was detained illegally for six days without any charges against him. We demand that the officers concerned be held responsible and action is taken against them for arresting a journalist.

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How Sangh Parivar is infiltrating Kerala’s Central Universities

 Tuesday, September 11, 2018  |  No Comments

The latest incident to be added to the series is the dismissal of Akhil on the Facebook post and the removal of Professor Prasad Pannian from the position of HoD of English and Comparative Literature Department. Prasad had put up a post extending solidarity to Nagaraju, which university found was against its interests.

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CUK Dismisses Student for Facebook Post

 Monday, September 10, 2018  |  No Comments

Political parties within the campus have strongly condemned and protested the decision of the admin.

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India’s Economy Making Steady Progress, Says President Kovind in Bulgaria

 Wednesday, September 5, 2018  |  No Comments

President Ram Nath Kovind apprised the Indian community in Bulgaria of India’s growth story, saying that the economy of the country is making steady progress.

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Cordon, clashes and killing of 26 year old youth in Pulwama by the Indian security forces

 Tuesday, September 4, 2018  |  No Comments

Fayaz Ahmad Wani, 26, son of Mohammad Ahsan Wani, of Chewa Kalan who was critically injured after the government forces fired at him during clashes which, as per locals, erupted in the village when some youth pelted stones at the government forces.

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Nine-year-old girl was found dead in a forest near Uri.

 Monday, September 3, 2018  |  No Comments

The deceased was identified as Muskan Jan, the daughter of Mushtaq Ahmad Ganaie, of Trikanjan, was missing since August 23. The girl, according to her father, had gone to the market and never came back home.

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With Love from Jakarta; The Swapna Barman Story

 Monday, September 3, 2018  |  No Comments

She is no more the 12 toed athlete but the first Indian heptathlete to win a gold medal in Asian games. In an interview given to Reuters after the feat, Swapna said “After all, nobody from India won a heptathlon gold at the Asian Games before. I hope people will now remember me more for winning the gold than for my toes. It’s like a new identity for me.”

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Delhi University AISA President Alleges Attack, ABVP Denies the Accusation

 Sunday, September 2, 2018  |  No Comments

Responding to TWJ correspondent AISA All India President Sucheta De said, “This is a part of BJP’s politics. It is a part of their game plan. This is what the ABVP and BJP government have been trying to do for the longest time; to unleash terror and hooliganism against anyone who doesn’t subscribe to the ideologies of RSS.“

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Rainfall, Landslides Form 100 Meter Long Lake in Uttarakhand

 Saturday, September 1, 2018  |  No Comments

As a consequence of the continuous rainfall and landslides in various parts of Uttarakhand, a 100 meter long and 50 meter deep lake has been formed near Tehri Garhwal-Dehradun border, forcing the people living in nearby houses to vacate the area, on the instructions of the authorities.

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Abductions In South Kashmir, Chaos And Confusion Among People

 Saturday, September 1, 2018  |  No Comments

all abducted persons were released on Friday after making a video of each of them, who not only warn their parents, relatives but also requested to DGP S P Vaid that do not harass the families of the militants. in the video, militants also warn that this time we are releasing you and if harassment did not stop, our approach would be different.

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Article 35A Row: Supreme Court Adjourns Hearing Till January 2019

 Friday, August 31, 2018  |  No Comments

In defence of the article 35A, the J&K government had cited two verdicts by the constitution benches of the Supreme Court in 1961 and 1969, which had upheld the powers of the president under Article 370 (1)(d) of the constitution of India to pass such orders.

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Jammu and Kashmir Opened 215 Facebook Pages, 31 Twitter Accounts To Counter Pakistan Campaign

 Friday, August 31, 2018  |  No Comments

DGP said that a big campaign is underway on social media from Pakistan to trick youths into militancy on the basis of false propaganda, but the police have taken effective measures to counter it and have managed to block many such accounts. 

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Shutdown and Clashes Occurred At Different PlacesAs the Rumours Circulated on Article 35A Hearing

 Friday, August 31, 2018  |  No Comments

The chaos and confusion began in the morning when the national media reported that the Supreme Court was going to hear a fresh petition on Article 35A today. The people of Valley were angry and gossips were made that the Indian government is secretly scrapping the Article 35 A. 

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Shopian Attack: Four Policemen Killed In Broad Daylight

 Thursday, August 30, 2018  |  No Comments

During the Incident, all the four cops died on the spot, while one cop survived the attack as he was inside the vehicle.

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20,000 Troops To Be Deployed In Jammu And Kashmir Ahead Of Panchayat Polls

 Tuesday, August 28, 2018  |  No Comments

According to officals that 202 companies that were given the task of conducting the recently-concluded Amarnath pilgrimage in the state will now be deployed in Srinagar, Budgam, Ganderbal, Baramulla, Sopore, Kupwara, Bandipora, Shopian and Awantipora for pre-election duties.

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Army Orders Disciplinary Action against Major Gogoi over Srinagar Hotel Incident

 Monday, August 27, 2018  |  No Comments

Major Gogoi along with a girl and a man were arrested by police at the grand Mamta hotel. The incident came into light when the hotel staff called the police after a ruckus broke out in the hotel premises.

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Kashmiris Reach Out to Support Flood Victims of Kerela

 Monday, August 27, 2018  |  No Comments

Several individuals, including businessmen and hoteliers, contributed money from their pockets and arranged other necessary consumables that were later sent to Kerala

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Authorities Suspends Amarnath Yatra due to Non-Availability of Pilgrims

 Monday, August 27, 2018  |  No Comments

To date, 2,83,140 pilgrims had visited the cave shrine since the commencement of the yatra which entered into the final phase yesterday with the joining of the “Charri Mubarak” (saffron-robed holy mace of Lord Shiva).

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Monsanto v/s Dewayne Johnson: Court Orders Monsanto to Pay $298 Million

 Monday, August 27, 2018  |  No Comments

Monsanto, the multinational corporation based in St Louis, the USA now holds the patent for more than 90% GM crops. This is to be seen seriously because; the company now has the potential to control the agriculture sector around the globe.

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Satya Pal Malik is the New Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, arrives in Srinagar for Swearing-in Ceremony

 Thursday, August 23, 2018  |  No Comments

Meanwhile, Senior BJP leader Lal Ji Tandon was appointed as the Governor of Bihar replacing Malik

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Supreme Courts asks Jammu and Kashmir Government to File Reply on Custodial Torture of Talib Hussain

 Thursday, August 23, 2018  |  No Comments

Hussain is a key witness in the Kathua gang rape case, in which an eight-year-old girl from a minority nomadic community disappeared from near her home in a village close to Kathua in the Jammu region on January 10

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Protests Erupt in Kashmir Valley on Eid: Several Injured

 Thursday, August 23, 2018  |  No Comments

Meanwhile, clashes were also reported from Sopore town of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district, where a demonstration was supposed to be held at the main chowk

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Dialogue is the only way to Pull Out Jammu and Kashmir from Prevailing Situation: Governor N N Vohra

 Wednesday, August 22, 2018  |  No Comments

The governor also said that the pursuit of divisive and confrontational approaches would not lead to resolution of any problem and he also appealed to all political parties, civil societies, NGO’s and other stakeholders to seriously ponder seriously over what exactly has been gained from the endless turmoil

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Congress Devises Kashmir Policy for Upcoming Election in J&K

 Wednesday, August 22, 2018  |  No Comments

The local Congress leaders are of the view that the  Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and National Conference (NC) all three have stated policy on Kashmir and it was only Congress which did not have a policy since 1947

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Heavy Deployment of Security Forces on the Eve of Eid-Ul -Adha in Jammu and Kashmir

 Wednesday, August 22, 2018  |  No Comments

Ahead of Eid-Ul-Adha, the state government has directed authorities across the state of Jammu and Kashmir to increase the deployment of security forces and take other measures to ensure peaceful Eid-ul-Adha congregations and prayers

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Due to Heavy Rains and Flooding, Estate Workers in Wayanadu Starved for Weeks

 Wednesday, August 15, 2018  |  No Comments

Additionally, the flood has isolated the workers completely and now they are in dire need of food and other necessary supplies

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Mother of Slain Rifleman Remembers son on Shaurya Chakra Award Announcement

 Wednesday, August 15, 2018  |  No Comments

After the government announced the prestigious Shaurya Chakra for gallantry on the 72nd Independence Day, mother of rifleman Aurangzeb said that she is happy that her son is being conferred with the gong but sad that he is no longer with the family.

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Article 35-A Row: Joint Resistance Leadership Devise Strategy for its Protection

 Tuesday, August 14, 2018  |  No Comments

The break-up of PDP-BJP government had also brought the focus back on the legal battle for  the protection of Article 35-A, which empowers the J&K legislature to define permanent residents and allow them the exclusive right to buy land in the state

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Dalit Research Scholar Arrested from Central University of Kerala, Students Alleges Foulplay

 Tuesday, August 14, 2018  |  No Comments

Earlier he was slapped with a memo accusing him of having instigated the protest carried out by the people from Kalam Nagar, who were displaced for the construction of the University

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Kashmir Valley Under Tight Security Ahead Of Independence Day

 Tuesday, August 14, 2018  |  No Comments

Along with the police, the paramilitary and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have intensified patrolling, checking and frisking of vehicles at various flash-points in Srinagar and other places of the valley

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Chharanagar Victims Offer Roses in Return for Police Brutality: Say They are Artists, not Thieves

 Tuesday, August 14, 2018  |  No Comments

This kind of vengeful behaviour from the part of the police, however, is just a part of the discrimination the community faced. “When I tell people that my surname is Indrekar, they ask me, ‘so you are a Marathi?’ and I tell them, ‘no, I am a Chhara.’ Then their attitude changes. The way they interact changes,”

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Kerala Child Welfare Board Announces Literary Awards

 Friday, August 10, 2018  |  No Comments

9-year-old Aila’s next book is set to publish next year. It will contain her poems and stories. Alia said, her teachers encouraged her to write more. One of her poems is addressed to Rohit Vemula, whose institutional murder shook Indian political sphere. She named it “koodappirappu” (sibling).

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SC Issues Notice to Jand K Government on Habeas Corpus Petition Filed by Talib Hussain’s Family

 Wednesday, August 8, 2018  |  No Comments

In the latest development in the alleged Kathua rape and murder case, the Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Jammu and Kashmir government on the habeas corpus petition filed by the family member of the witness, Talib Hussain.

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Lawyer and Activist Ajit Nayak’s Murder Related to Land Dispute Case Victory, says Police

 Wednesday, August 8, 2018  |  No Comments

Additional SP, Uttar Kannada, K. G. Devaraju told TWJ that the murder was related to a land dispute that Nayak was fighting in court. Nayak’s client had won and this had enraged Kamble. He murdered the lawyer with the help of a few others who also have been arrested.

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TISS Mumbai Denies Student Clearance to Student For Refusing To Accept MPhil Degree From S. Ramdorai

 Tuesday, August 7, 2018  |  No Comments

“They are saying this is disrespectful. Then what about the disrespect they are showing to the marginalised students?” Fahad asked. He said that his representation asked an important question of why the Tata trust that gave more than 200 crore rupees to Oxford University could not give 2 or 3 crores required for the financial aid to marginalised students.

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Furore Over ‘Meesha’ By Hindu Extremists In Kerala

 Tuesday, August 7, 2018  |  No Comments

Upholding the right to freedom of expression, the Supreme Court of India has refused to ban Meesha, a Malayalam novel authored by S Hareesh which courted backlash from Hindu extremist outfits for allegedly hurting Hindu religious sentiments.

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44 People Shot, 5 Killed in Chicago Shootings

 Monday, August 6, 2018  |  No Comments

As many as 44 people were shot in 14 hours in Chicago shootings on Sunday out of which five were killed, according to police records.

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24 Girls Rescued From Shelter Home in Deori in UP

 Monday, August 6, 2018  |  No Comments

The Deoria Police on Sunday arrested a couple and rescued 24 girls from a shelter home here, after its license was revoked following an inspection by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

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Malayali Ghazal Artiste Umbayee Passes Away

 Thursday, August 2, 2018  |  No Comments

Popular Malyalam Ghazal singer Umbayee passed away on Wednesday at the age of 68. His unique style had earned him fans around the world

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Only President can Apply Constitutional Provisions for Article 35 A: Says Bar Association of Kashmir

 Thursday, August 2, 2018  |  No Comments

The High Court Bar Association Kashmir (HCBAK) filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking directions for participating as “interveners” in the proceedings of the case about Article 35 and assist the court in arriving at a conclusion

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Amendment in Public Safety Act Unacceptable: National Conference of Jammu and Kashmir

 Thursday, August 2, 2018  |  No Comments

Earlier, the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir NN Vohra, had amended the Public Safety Act (PSA) to allow the government to detain people in jails outside the state, which was seen as a tough measure to regulate the protests in favour of freedom in Kashmir

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Jharkhand Government is now Charging Activists With Sedition for Publicising Laws and Rights of the Adivasis

 Thursday, August 2, 2018  |  No Comments

The Pathalgadi movement in the highly miltarised villages of Jharkhand saw activists erecting green stone slabs on which constitutional provisions were carved. At the heart of the movement, however is a bigger demand. The tribals are asserting their right for self-rule. People joined the movement emphasising the fact that the customs and practices of their community can never be accepted or understood by the state. They stressed that rule of the state would only lead to violations of adivasi practices.

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Over 200 Maoists Killed, 137 Security Personnel Dead in 518 Encounter Conducted in 2 Years in Chhattisgarh

 Thursday, August 2, 2018  |  No Comments

The Chhattisgarh Police on Wednesday said that Maoists have released a pamphlet claiming that they have lost 247 of their cadres in encounters with security forces over the last two years.

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Kathua Rape and Murder Case: Victim was heavily sedated

 Tuesday, July 31, 2018  |  No Comments

The drugs believed to be local cannabis as well as Epitril with the composition of 0.5mg were given to the victim. Besides that, she was forcefully given five tablets of Clonazepam of 0.5 mg each which is higher than the safe dosage.

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Joint Resistance Leadership Threatens Mass Agitation over Article 35 A

 Tuesday, July 31, 2018  |  No Comments

The break-up of PDP-BJP government has brought the focus back on the legal battle for the protection of Article 35-A.

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TISS Student Body Election: Victory of Democracy say Leaders

 Tuesday, July 31, 2018  |  No Comments

Earlier, in February, the students of TISS, Mumbai began striking, protesting against the administration’s decision to withdraw a fee waiver offered to SC, ST and OBC students who are eligible for the Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship (GoI-PMS). The election held on Friday saw many leaders of this strike win and take positions in the Students’ Union.

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TMC, Congress Give Adjournment Notices Over Assam NRC Issue

 Tuesday, July 31, 2018  |  No Comments

The All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Congress on Tuesday gave adjournment motion notices in the Lok Sabha over Assam’s controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) issue.

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Demands Met, 14 Day Hunger Strike Ends at Calcutta Medical College

 Tuesday, July 31, 2018  |  No Comments

14-day long hunger strike at Calcutta Medical College and hospital comes to an end after authorities accepted the demands of students on hostel accommodation. The hunger strike was called off on 23rd July after receiving a written assurance from college authorities.

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