Sunday, April 30, 2017

राजस्थान के प्रसिद्ध बाबा मीरा साहब की पहाड़ी पर मूर्ति रखकर अवैध मंदिर निर्माण की तैयारी!

TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter बूंदी : राजस्थान के बूंदी शहर में मीरा साहब की पहाड़ी से मशहूर टाइगर हिल टॉप व्यू प्वाईंट पर बाबा मीरा साहब के दरगाह परिसर में मूर्ति रखकर अवैध मंदिर निर्माण कराने का मामला सामने आया है. इस मामले को लेकर शनिवार को शहर के स्थानीय लोगों ने इसके ख़िलाफ़ प्रदर्शन किया. इस विरोध-प्रदर्शन शामिल कुछ लोगों...

Trade, terror to be focus of Modi-Erdogan talks

By Aroonim Bhuyan  New Delhi, (IANS): Economic ties and cooperation in the fight against terrorism are expected to dominate the bilateral talks Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will have here on Monday. Erdogan's Sunday-Monday India visit comes at the start of a diplomatic blitz he is embarking on after winning a referendum on April 16 which...

In UP, it’s saffron, saffron and more saffron

By Mohit Dubey Lucknow, (IANS): In Uttar Pradesh, every change in government inevitably comes with a change in -- well, colour. And in "Yogi Raj" the colour is assertively saffron: From jackets, saris and turbans to upholstery, towels and even microphone wires wrapped in saffron cloth. Ministers and legislators in the new dispensation under Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are leaving nothing...

Human Rights Watch accuses government of silence, lack of action against cow vigilantes

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged Indian government of silence and denial over the violence unleashed by cow vigilantes across the nation in the past couple of years. The criticism from HRW comes two days after the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) alleged that 10 of the 29 Indian states are suffering from...

SDPI’s socio-political forum urges to unite against the politics of terror

TCN News New Delhi: Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) launched a nationwide campaign with the slogan “Unite against the Politics of Terror” at Bangalore and vowed to create awareness about various anti-people and anti-constitutional moves by the present dispensation aiming at political benefits at the behest of the peace and harmony in the society. The month long campaign’s conclusion...

Jamia students launch new edition of quarterly student magazine Campus Chorus

By TCN News Delhi: Campus Chorus, a student magazine started by the students of Jamia Millia Islamia, launched its quarterly issue on Friday in the campus premises. Afshan Khan, the Editor of the magazine and the host, welcomed the guests and audience and thanked them for their presence. Editor, TwoCircles.net Hindi, Afroz Alam Sahil was the Chief Guest of the event. Afshan...

Jamia to confer Turkish president Erdogan with doctorate, alumni and students disappointed

By Siddhant Mohan, TwoCircles.net The decision of Jamia Millia Islamia to confer honorary doctorate degree to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not gone down well with a number of its students and alumni. The step has been taken with regards to Erdogan’s visit to India and JMI as well, where he is likely to announce some bilateral academic relations between...

Kashmir social media ban leaves journalists, students and patients clueless about their future

By Raqib Hameed Naik, TwoCircles.net Srinagar: Inside the two-storey building of RISE institute in Jawahar Nagar, Srinagar, which provides coaching for various competitive examinations, one of its faculty, Imbesat Ahmed is trying to figure out ways to communicate the timings of classes with the students in the backdrop of social media ban in Kashmir. The PDP-led state government on Wednesday, April...

Modi urges Muslims not to politicise triple talaq

New Delhi, (IANS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged people from the Muslim community not to "politicise" the triple talaq issue and requested them to come forward and find a "solution". "I urge the people of Muslim community to not politicise the issue of triple talaq," Modi said while speaking on the occasion of Basava Jayanti. "I request them to...

Who will stop the BJP? No one in sight

By Amulya Ganguli  New Delhi, (IANS): After the resounding victories of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the UP assembly and Delhi municipal elections, the party increasingly appears to be politically invincible. The three parties which offered some resistance to it in 2014 -- the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in Odisha and Trinamool Congress in West...

यूपी एटीएस ऑपरेशन : क्राइम रिपोर्टरों के क्राइम का शिकार बनते बेगुनाह

शाहनवाज़ मलिक व अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल 20 अप्रैल की सुबह एक बार फिर क्राइम रिपोर्टरों की मानों लॉटरी निकल आई थी. वजह यूपी पुलिस के एंटी टेररिज़्म स्क्वायड समेत पांच राज्यों की पुलिस के संयुक्त ऑपरेशन में एक 'टेरर मॉड्यूल' का ख़ुलासा थी. यह ख़बर ब्रेक की थी न्यूज़ एजेंसी एएनआई ने, जिसके फ़ौरन बाद टीवी के क्राइम रिपोर्टर 'देश...

Malegaon blast accused Purohit moves SC for bail

New Delhi, (IANS): Former Army officer Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit on Friday moved the Supreme Court to challenge the Bombay High Court's rejection of his bail in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case. The High Court had granted bail to prime accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur on April 25 but rejected Purohit's plea for bail. As Purohit's counsel sought an...

BJP MP asked Police to ‘Fire on these Pigs’ referrring to Muslims: Samajwadi Party report on Saharanpur violence

By Siddhant Mohan, TwoCircles.net A five-member Samajwadi Party delegation that visited Saharanpur to investigate the violence happened in the city on April 20 has alleged that Saharanpur MP Ram Lakhanpal Sharma asked the police to fire on the Muslims. According to the delegation, Sharma said, “Fire on these pigs (Muslims). I am the captain here and I am ordering you. I...

AMU organizes Cultural and Literary Festival, boasts on Student politics

TCN News Aligarh : The Zakir Hussain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCET) at Aligarh Muslim University recently organised ‘ZARF 17’, a cultural and literary festival in the college premises. A special attraction of the festival was a short lecture event named ‘ZHCET talks’, in which Professor M M Sufiyan Beg, Principal, ZHCET was the keynote speaker. During his lecture, Professor...

Assam’s two-child norm in draft policy ‘unnecessary’, ‘anti-women’

Kolkata, (IANS): Assam's suggestion of implementing a two-child policy is not only "unnecessary" but is also "anti-women" and "anti-poor", says an expert. "Assam's total fertility rate (TFR) at 2.2 is not too far from India's replacement level fertility, which is 2.1. Therefore, the suggestion of implementing a two-child policy would not only be unnecessary but also grossly severe," Poonam Muttreja,...

Police question JNU students in Kanhaiya sedition case

New Delhi, (IANS): The Delhi Police on Friday questioned at least four of the 30 JNU students who were asked to join a probe into a 2016 sedition case involving former student leader Kanhaiya Kumar. The JNU students who came to record their statements before the Special Cell officers included Shehla Rashid, Mohit Pandey, Chintu Kumari and Kaushik Raj. The...

Jabir Karat: Son of a daily wage labourer who is trying to improve Kozhikode’s waste management

By Shafeeq Hudawi, TwoCircles.net Kozhikode: What do you notice the most when you visit cities like Delhi and Mumbai? The bustle of these cities, the endless flow of people on the streets, or the tall buildings? For 26-year-old Jabir Karat, a resident of Kozhikode, it was the pile of wastes that cluttered and choked these cities which were most visible....

योगी सरकार में अब मुसलमान अफ़सर किए जा रहे हैं किनारे!

आस मोहम्मद कैफ़, TwoCircles.net सहारनपुर : उत्तर प्रदेश में अब योगी सरकार मुस्लिम अफ़सरों को ठिकाने लगाने पर जुट गई है. यहां मुस्लिम अफ़सरों की संख्या वैसे ही बहुत कम है, जिनमें से आधे से ज्यादा अब महत्वहीन पदों पर भेजकर किनारे कर दिये गए हैं. जबकि ये सभी नौकरशाही में ताक़तवर कहे जाने वाले आईएएस और आईपीएस अफ़सर हैं....

Kanhaiya, 29 other JNU students told to join sedition case probe

New Delhi, (IANS): Notice has been issued to 30 Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students, including Kanhaiya Kumar, to join the probe into alleged raising of anti-national slogans on the campus in February last year, Delhi Police said. "They have been given time by the Delhi Police Special Cell to be present at the administrative block of JNU from 12 p.m....

Sadhvi Pragya blames Congress for her nine years in jail

Bhopal, (IANS): Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, a prime accused in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case, after being released from jail on Thursday said she had to spend nine years behind bars due to the conspiracy of the Congress party. Sadhvi was granted bail by the Bombay High Court on Tuesday as prima facie it did not find any case...