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Government is clearing a way for Uniform Civil Code through triple talaq : JUH

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New Delhi: Strongly condemning Central government’s affidavit filed before Supreme Court that opposes practice of triple talaq and polygamy, Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind (JUH) called it NDA government’s first move towards implementing Uniform Civil Code.

The Centre on Friday opposed the practice of triple talaq and polygamy in the Supreme Court and said it can't be regarded as an essential part of religion.

Two killed, dozen injured in stampede at BSP rally

Lucknow : Tragedy struck a huge BSP rally here on Sunday when two aged women were killed and more than a dozen others injured during a stampede, police said.

The incident happened when a large group was trying to force its entry from gate number 1 at the Kanshiram Smarak Sthal, the rally venue.

The two women fell down in the melee and got crushed by others. The injured were taken to the Lokbandhu Hospital where the condition of one person was said to be critical.


Modi government spreading hatred in Uttar Pradesh: Mayawati

Lucknow : BSP supremo Mayawati on Sunday attacked the Narendra Modi government at the Centre, saying it is spreading hatred and communalism in Uttar Pradesh and has failed to keep its promises for the state.

Mayawati was addressing a Bahujan Samaj Party rally at Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar ground in Lucknow, in which lakhs of people are are said to be participating.

Thousands marched in Malegaon demanding reservation for Muslims

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Malegaon: After the enormous display of unity by Maratha community, Muslims in the textile town of the state marched along the street in a huge number demanding reservation for their community.

Kashmir unrest: Injured on Friday boy succumbs, toll reaches 91

Srinagar : A 13-year old Srinagar boy who sustained injures in clashes with security forces, succumbed to injuries on Saturday, taking the death toll to 91 in last three months of unrest.

Junaid Ahmad Bhat a resident of Saidpora locality in Srinagar city was taken to to SKIMS (Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences Soura on Friday after he sustained firearm injuries during clashes.

"The boy has passed away today morning", a police officer said.

With Bhat's death, 91 people have been killed in the ongoing cycle of violence that completed 91 days on Friday.

एएमयू छात्र संघ चुनाव : वोटिंग कल, निशाने पर रहेंगे ज़मीरूद्दीन शाह

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल व अमित कुमार,

अलीगढ़ : 8 अक्टूबर यानी शनिवार का दिन अलीगढ़ मुस्लिम विश्वविद्यालय (एएमयू) के लिए ‘जम्हूरियत के मौसम-ए-बहार’ का एक बेहद ही ख़ास दिन है. अगर यहां के छात्रों की मानें तो यह दिन छात्र संघ चुनाव के नतीजों के साथ-साथ एएमयू और मुस्लिम राजनीति का भविष्य भी तय करेगा.

Police seek time to inquire into complaint against Owaisi

New Delhi : The Delhi Police on Friday sought more time from a local court to inquire into a criminal complaint against AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for allegedly making seditious remarks and causing enmity between different groups.

As Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Munish Markan was on leave, the matter has now been posted for hearing on December 6.

The court had earlier asked police to report what action they have taken on a criminal complaint against the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief.

BJP attacks Congress for calling Shah a "criminal"

New Delhi : The BJP on Friday lambasted the Congress for defending its Vice President Rahul Gandhi's "dalali" barb, and took strong exception to its party President Amit Shah being called a "criminal".

Addressing a press conference here, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that Congress was busy doing Rahul Gandhi 'Bhakti' (worship) and was not bothered about the interests of the country.


Don't politicise surgical strikes, says K.C. Tyagi

New Delhi : Urging the BJP and the Congress not to politicise surgical strikes across LoC, K.C. Tyagi of JD(U) on Thursday said that it was not expected from political parties like them.

"We don't approve Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi using word 'dalal' for Prime Minister Narendra Modi," he told IANS, adding that there should be no politics on the issue.

He also criticised the BJP for making the strikes an election issue in Uttar Pradesh.

Modi doing 'dalali' over deaths of soldiers: Rahul

New Delhi : In a hard-hitting attack, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of doing "dalali" over the blood shed by Indian soldiers.

Gandhi was addressing a rally at the Jantar Mantar here at the end of his Kisan Yatra that took place in election-bound Uttar Pradesh.

Modi, he said, was taking political mileage from the surgical strikes the army conducted in Pakistani territory and the sacrifices of soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.

"Unki dalali kar rahe ho," he thundered.