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मुलायम सिंह आपराधिक तत्वों के हितों को साधने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं - रिहाई मंच

By TCN News,

लखनऊ: मुलायम सिंह यादव द्वारा आजमगढ़ के मुस्लिम आबादी विहीन तमौली गांव को गोद लिए जाने पर रिहाई मंच ने तीखी प्रतिक्रिया व्यक्त करते हुए कहा है कि मुलायम सिंह भी मोदी की राह पर चल रहे हैं. मंच ने आरोप लगाया है कि आरएसएस के सर्वे के आधार पर मोदी ने जिस तरह से वाराणसी के मुस्लिम आबादी विहीन जयापुर गांव को गोद लिया, ठीक उसी सर्वे के मुताबिक मुलायम ने भी मुस्लिम विहीन आबादी वाले गांव को ही चुना.

Election Commission stops release of PDP poll manifesto

Jammu : In an overnight decision, the Election Commission has restrained the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from releasing its election manifesto Monday.

In a communication addressed to the PDP, the state's chief electoral officer (CEO) said that since campaigning for the first phase of the state assembly elections ended Sunday evening, the PDP cannot release its poll manifesto Monday.

PDP had announced Sunday evening that it would release its election manifesto in summer capital Srinagar Monday.

Latest on Hindutva hate agenda: 5Ms including ‘Poisonous Fruit of Islam’, ‘Bastard Marxists’

By M Reyaz,,

New Delhi: ‘Malicious 5’: Marxism, Macaulayism, Missionaries, Materialism and Muslim extremism are five biggest enemies of the Hindu society, claims a pamphlet distributed at the three-day World Hindu Congress 2014 that concluded here on Sunday.


Trinamool retaliates to Jaitley's charges, calls NSA RSS sympathiser

Kolkata : With Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley accusing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of not taking any action against her party leaders involved in ponzi schemes, the Trinamool Congress Sunday hit back seeking to know the source of BJP's massive funds spent during the elections.

In a statement, Trinamool Rajya Sabha chief whip Derek O'Brien dubbed National Security Advisor Ajit Doval a "known RSS sympathizer" and reiterated the Oct 2 Burdwan blast was a "devious BJP master game plan".

Jaitley slams Mamata over Saradha, Burdwan blast; Trinamool hits back

New Delhi/Kolkata : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Sunday attacked at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her reactions to arrest of her Trinamool Congress's leaders in the Saradha chit fund scam and on her statements in the Burdwan blast case. The Trinamool hit back, seeking to know the source of BJP's massive funds spent during the elections.

West Bengal's ruling party also dubbed National Security Advisor Ajit Doval a "known RSS sympathizer" and reiterated the Oct 2 Burdwan blast was a "devious BJP master game plan".

Summit on economic opportunities for minorities in new business environment at Delhi

By M Reyaz and Mahmood Asim,,

New Delhi: In a step forward from the regular discussions on political and social empowerment of Muslim community, a need for focusing on economic opportunities for the community, especially in the light of new business environment was the main theme of a seminar held here.


Modi's six months: Pursuing his own line and pace

By Amulya Ganguli,

Looked at from one angle, the six months of Narendra Modi's tenure may be a cause of disappointment for some. For the corporate sector, for instance, the absence of "big ticket" reforms is bound to detract from the prime minister's go-getter image. The business houses may not have said anything as yet about their dissatisfaction, but it is clear by now that Modi is not an ideologically-driven right-winger like Ronald Reagan or Margaret Thatcher.

Burdwan blast mastermind's wife held in Dhaka

Dhaka : The women's wing chief of the terrorist group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) who confessed to training at least 25 women in West Bengal has been arrested here, the media said Sunday.

Fatema Begum is said to be the wife of JMB commander Sajid, the prime accused in the Oct 2 blast at Burdwan in West Bengal that left two people dead and ignited a major probe into terror modules in the two countries.


BJP a major factor as Kashmir readies to vote

By Sheikh Qayoom,

Srinagar/Jammu : Jammu and Kashmir will vote starting Tuesday in assembly elections that have for the first time made the BJP a major power, much to the chagrin of the state's established parties.

A host of issues are hogging the campaign.

These include allegations of corruption and family rule, how to improve the economy, how to bring back Bollywood to the scenic state and of course article 370 of the constitution that gives special status to the country's only Muslim-majority state.

Colours of terror

By Dr. Mohammad Manzoor Alam,

Recently, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at an ASEAN summit that terrorism had no religion, Indian Muslims heaved a sigh of relief. This line, that “terror has no religion”, is a relatively new Sangh refrain, being mouthed as a policy mantra by all persons affiliated to it.