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28 नवम्बर को किशनगंज से ओवैसी करेंगे ‘मिशन-2019’ का आगाज़

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल,

किशनगंज: बिहार के मुस्लिम बहुल इलाके सीमांचल में अपनी राजनीतिक जड़ें मज़बूत करने के लिए ओवैसी एक बार फिर 28 नवम्बर को किशनगंज में होंगे. यह अलग बात है कि हाल ही में बिहार विधानसभा चुनाव में उनकी पार्टी के सभी उम्मीदवार हार गए. कुछ प्रत्याशी तो अपनी ज़मानत भी बचा पाने में भी नाकाम रहे.

जामिया मिल्लिया इस्लामिया में मोदी, छात्रों में ज़बरदस्त नाराज़गी

राक़िब हमीद,

दिल्ली: देश के बड़े शिक्षण संस्थानों में शुमार जामिया मिल्लिया इस्लामिया में इस वक़्त माहौल गर्म है. विश्वविद्यालय में होने वाले वार्षिक दीक्षांत समारोह में इस बार प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी को बुलाए जाने को लेकर विश्वविद्यालय के मौजूदा और पुराने छात्रों, सभी में रोष व्याप्त है.

दीक्षांत समारोह में प्रधानमंत्री को बुलाए जाने पर नाराज़ छात्र जल्द ही जामिया के कुलपति को वह पत्र सौपेंगे, जिसमें उन्होंने इन बातों का ज़िक्र किया है कि प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी को बुलाना क्यों गलत फैसला है?

Invite to Modi creates resentment in Jamia Millia Islamia

New Delhi : Even though there is no confirmation from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on Narendra Modi becoming the chief guest at the Jamia Millia Islamia's annual convocation, there is already a sense of resentment over his possible visit among students of the university.

Talking to IANS, Jamia vice chancellor Talat Ahmad said: "We have not received any confirmation from the PMO yet."

After the Batla House encounter in September 2008, Modi had remarked that Jamia Millia Islamia was a breeding ground for terrorists.

RSS will destroy Hinduism: Poet Ashok Vajpeyi

New Delhi : The RSS may not harm Islam in India, but it will certainly destroy Hinduism, Hindi poet Ashok Vajpeyi said on Thursday.

"Mahatma Gandhi had once said that all religions are true, but they are not perfect. Through this he is saying that each religion can learn from another religion. A nation which is called so diverse which has millions of gods and over 700 languages.

BJP MLA suspended for Delhi assembly's winter session

New Delhi : Delhi assembly on Thursday witnessed a ruckus by ruling Aam Aadmi Party's legislators who disrupted proceedings and unanimously voted to suspend BJP lawmaker O.P. Sharma for his sexist remark about AAP leader Alka Lamba for the entire winter session.

The winter session was extended till December 4 from earlier November 28 for the passage of the Jan Lokpal bill.

Loud protests from six women legislators of the AAP, including Lamba, and their male colleagues led to the adjournment of the house twice. Consequently, no business was conducted in the first two hours.

Bihar liquor ban should be 'participatory', not agenda: Experts

By Bhavana Akella and Sushil Kumar

New Delhi : Bihar on Thursday joined the states that have banned liquor, with newly elected Chief Minister Nitish Kumar prohibiting sale and consumption of alcohol from April 1, 2016. But experts feel the decision should be "participatory" and not a "political agenda".

Gujarat, Nagaland, Manipur (in some parts), and Union Territory of Lakshadweep have banned liquor while Kerala has since August 2014 been implementing the ban in a phased manner.

Communalism Combat re-launched on the occasion of Constitution Day

By TCN News,

New Delhi: Social activists Teesta Setalvad and Javed Anand have launched a re-invented online version of Communalism Combat, on on the occasion of Constitution Day.

Jamia Millia alumni to write to University VC against invitation to PM Modi for annual convocation

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

NewDelhi: The move by Jamia Millia Islamia University to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi to its annual convocation has initiated a backlash from the its alumni who are going to soon submit a letter to Vice Chancellor of JMI against it.

Ex-students of Jamia Millia Islamia, who are soon submitting a letter to the VC, accused Modi along with his party members of being involved in spreading rumours and hatred about Jamia Millia Islamia.

Seed companies involved in child labour in India, reveals study

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

New Delhi: In a shocking revelation, a study has pointed out the grim realities on the use of child labour grim reality in seed-producing companies, along with the non-payment of minimum wages to workers, especially women.

According to study “Soiled Seeds - Child Labour and Underpayment of Women in Vegetable Seed Production in India”, conducted by Dr. Davuluri Venkateswarl, almost 1.56 lakh Indian children are producing vegetable seeds out of which 50,000 are below 14 years of age.

Islamic State can aid infiltration into Kashmir: BSF

Jammu : Ceasefire violations by Pakistan has doubled this year, and the Islamic State can help push militants into Jammu and Kashmir from Pakistan, a senior BSF officer said on Thursday.

Speaking to the media, Border Security Force Inspector General Rakesh Gupta said violation of the 2003 truce by Pakistani troops on both the international border and the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir had increased by 100 percent this year as compared to last year.

He said infiltration attempts by guerrillas from Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir had gone up by 45 percent this year.