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    Sabarimala – Controversy monger Trupti Desai attempts to desecrate Sabarimala again

    Trupti Desai, the controversy monger has returned again to target Sabarimala tradition. She and her team landed in Kochi International Airport at 5 am today. They told the media that they are heading to Sabarimala to enter the temple. She carried the SC verdict of Sept 28, 2018. Bindu Ammini, one of the two woman activists who violated tradition last year, is part of Desai's team. Despite government's polic ...

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    JNU revises hostel manual and charges in consultation with student representatives

    The High Level Committee set up by the JNU Administration has recommended several changes to the Hostel Manual and charges. The revised charges have been submitted to the authorities on 25th November, 2019. The recommendations have also been approved by the executive council. The press release from the university states that feedback from student representatives were considered and these recommendations hav ...

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    Bhaiyyaji Joshi paid floral tributes to Netaji Subhash chandra Bose

    Imphal. Remembering the sacrifices made by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and his contributions to national freedom struggle, RSS Sarkaryavah Bhaiyyaji Joshi,and Sah Sarkaryavah Dr. Krishna Gopal Ji, paid floral tributes to Netaji’s memorial statue erected at INA Martyrs Memorial Complex, Moirang under Bishnupur district of Manipur on 23 November 2019. It may be recalled that Netaji had formed the Azad Hind Fa ...

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    1922 Chauri Chaura incident – Families of martyrs felicitated for the 1st time after independence

    Facts about the incident deliberately hidden now made public A unique effort to search for and fill the forgotten and lost pages of India's freedom struggle has begun. A two day seminar on India's freedom struggle was organised at the Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University. The seminar was a joint effort of Itihas Sankalan Yojana and Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) under the aegis of Maulana A ...

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    85 stolen idols to be brought back to India in March 2020

    Chennai. Close to 85 idols of the 2,622 idols seized from art smuggler Subhash Kapoor, with a combined value of USD 107 million during the 2012 raid, will be brought back to India in March 2020, in the first phase, said S. Vijay Kumar, art enthusiast and founder of India Pride, that tracks Indian antiques. However, he wondered who would claim ownership of the idols, as there was no clarity about the temples ...

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    2000 girls participated in Manikarnika marathon

    New Delhi. Manikarnika marathon is a tribute to Lakshmi Bai who has been a guiding light for all Indians for the last almost 2 centuries. She was a hero of the first war of Indian Independence. She was very brave and fought several battles against the British, courageously. She was just twenty three years old when she died fighting in a battle. Vijiya ji, Delhi Prant Pracharika, Rashtra Sevika Smiti said th ...

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    High Court stays TN governments order to give away temple lands to squatters

    In August, the Tamil Nadu government had issued an order permitting registering the Hindu temple lands to those who had occupied it illegally. The move had caused a huge furore in the state. Members of Temple Worshippers Society had gone to High Court and questioned the government's order and rationale. Now, in a setback to the Tamil Nadu government, the Madras high court has put a stay on the part of the g ...

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    5 day Muslim Yoga Shivir begins in Uttarakhand

    Kotdwar (Uttarakhand). Inaugurating the first ever five-day Muslim Yoga Sadhana Shivir at Vaidik Gurukulam located at Kanvashrama Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that yoga is for all humanity and it was wrong to equate it with any particular religion or way of worship. He emphasised practising yoga for healthy body and mind. On this occasion he inaugurated Veer Bharat Smarak in the Vai ...

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    Indresh Kumar ji honoured with honorary D. Lit by KMCUU

    Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Urdu, Arabic-Persian University, Lucknow honoured Patron of Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) Indresh Kumar ji with the coveted D. Lit degree at its 16th convocation ceremony held on Thursday. The ceremony was graced by the august presence of Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel, Chancellor Prof Maruf Mirza, Dy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, Maulana Kalbe Jawwad Naqvi, Swami Sarang, Dr. ...

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    Hyderabad Court asks police to book AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi

    On Thursday, the 16th additional chief metropolitan magistrate court of Hyderabad ordered the Saidabad police to register a case against controversial All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi, the younger brother of Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi for repeating his “15-minute” hate speech against Hindus. According to the reports, K Karunasagar, a Hyderabad based advocate had filed a petiti ...

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