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    Pulwama terror attack – CRPF convoy targeted in J&K; 23 jawans martyred

    Srinagar. In an Islamic terror attack in Awantipora, Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, at least 23 CRPF jawans lost their lives on Thursday evening, various news agencies reported. This is the biggest terror attack in the state in recent memory. According to reports two buses in the Central Reserve Police Force convoy were hit in the high-intensity IED blast. Dozens of people were also injured in the attack. The ...

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    LRO urges NCPCR to take legal action against Church run schools in Mizoram

    Aizawl. Dragging students in political rally, the Church schools in Mizoram have stooped to a low level. As the North east states oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016, the streets in Mizoram saw huge massive rally of school students protesting against the bill. In this regard, the Legal Rights Observatory approached NCPCR (National Commission for Protection of Child Rights) to urge stringent action ag ...

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    Meghalaya puts cap on the weight of schoolbags

    Shillong. In a major relief to students, the Meghalaya govt. has put a cap on the weight of schoolbags for all classes and set restrictions on homework for classes 1 and 2. According to the state education department, the official order issued to the school authorities is in tune with the directives of the Union Human Resources Development Ministry. Education Principal Secretary DP Wahlang said that the Hum ...

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    CBI Charges Kerala CPM Leaders for Murder of Muslim Teen

    CPM Kannur district supremo P Jayarajan and his blue eyed boy T.V. Rajesh MLA are charge-sheeted by CBI in connection with the murder of Ariyil Shukoor who left CPM and joined Indian Union Muslim League (IUML). Shukoor was killed on February 20, 2012. The crime was in connection with an alleged IUML attack on the car Jayarajan and Rajesh were travelling in. It is alleged, later on Shukkor was caught by the ...

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    Remembering Jnananjan Niyogi Ji

    Remembering Jnananjan Niyogi (7th Jan 1891- 13th Feb 1956) on his vardhanti. He actively participated in the freedom movement of Bharat. He was attracted towards the movement against partition of Bengal in 1905. He formed a youth organisation named ‘Band of Hope’ and in 1916, was appointed president of Temperance Federation, a movement against consumption of alcoholic drinks. In 1870, Keshub Chunder Sen had ...

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    Jharkhand Govt. bans Popular Front of India for its links to Islamic State

    Ranchi. The Jharkhand government on Tuesday banned the Popular Front of India (PFI) in the state to curb its anti-national activities and for keeping links with terror outfits like ISIS, a government notification said. The Jharkhand government on February 12 banned the Islamic terrorist outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) for its links with the Islamic State (IS) under Section 16 of The Criminal Law Amendme ...

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    Shun Colonial Mindset to Explore own Potential

    National Seminar in Imphal on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India’ Imphal. Intellectual Forum of North East, Dhanamanjuri University of Imphal, Department of Social work at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University and Centre for Manipur Studies of Manipur University, Canchipur, jointly organised a national seminar on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India, from February 2 to 3 at GP Wom ...

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    Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay – An Ideal Swayamsevak

    Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay was murdered on 11th Feb 1968 at Mughalsarai in UP. His death was as shocking as it was mysterious. The mystery remains unsolved to this day. Everyone was stunned by his untimely demise. An Ideal Swayamsevak - The greatness of Deendayalji can be assuaged by the tributes paid by Guruji Golwalkar. Those who realise and recognise their duties and responsibilities as a swayamsevak right f ...

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    Scared of public anger, Sabarimala board chief, members skip temple event

    Scared of public anger over its U-turn on its Sabarimala stand in the Supreme Court, Travancore Dewaswom Bord (TDB) president and members gave a miss to the flag hoisting ceremony and inauguration of the cultural meeting in connection with the festival of Ettumanoor Shiva temple, the second most important temple under the Board. President A Padmakumar, member KP Sankaradas and another member V Vijayakumar d ...

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    Why no media-liberal outrage over Ramalingam murder?

    The brutal murder of a Dalit political worker Ramalingam in Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu, did not create any national outrage in the country. The media, liberals and opposition parties have turned a blind eye because the victim was a Hindu-Dalit and the culprits were Muslims. Ramalingam, a Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) functionary in Thirubuvanam was hacked to death for opposing conversion activities by members of a ...

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