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Prepare fresh paper-book in Salman Khan case: Bombay HC

Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the court registry to prepare afresh the paper-book pertaining to the Salman Khan accident case.

Justice V.R. Joshi also asked the registry to ask for a fresh paper-book from the sessions court, and if required, the assistance of the trial court judge should be taken to prepare the new paper-book for the high court.

The matter has been posted for further hearing on September 7.

Azam Khan attacks UP governor in assembly, BJP protests

Lucknow : The face-off between the Raj Bhawan and Uttar Pradesh government found echo in the state assembly on Wednesday when Parliamentary Affairs Minister Azam Khan attacked Governor Ram Naik for being "biased against the government".

Speaking in the state assembly, Khan said it was a matter of "great pain" that while the Uttar Pradesh Municipal Corporation Amendment Bill had been passed in both houses, the governor had refused to give his consent to it.

The BJP legislators opposed the minister and rued that the governor was being dragged and discussed in the House.

Common issues of gender bias in India, US: American activist

Kolkata: American gender activist and lawyer Vivian Huelgo on Wednesday drew attention to similar issues of gender bias in India and the US, saying that female victims of sexual violence face hostile questions from law enforcers in the US.

"If my husband walks in and says that 'my car has been stolen', they will look for the person who stole the car... they will look for the car."

UPSC qualifiers Aligs back at AMU to inspire students

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Five AMU alumni who qualified at UPSC exams were back at Aligarh for an interactive sessions with students of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). The program was organized by SOCH (Social Organization of AMU Students)

Dr Ehtesham Waquarib, Modassar Shafi, Sameer Islam, Noorul Hasan, Mohammad Sana Akhtar & Azhar Kabir all were in the city to attend the various interactive sessions organised to motivate the students in Aligarh Muslim University.

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Bridging divide, Muslims sanitize temple in Kashmir

By Raqib Hameed Naik, TwoCircles.net,

Srinagar: With an aim to promote harmony and brotherhood among Kashmiri Pandits and Muslims, scores of youth belonging to Muslim community on Sunday , August 23, participated in cleanliness drive programme held in a temple in Ganaei Mohallah, in the Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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‘Hyderabad metro rail design is bird-inspired,’ says its MD NVS Reddy

He was speaking at the graduation day ceremony of Hyderabad’s premier Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology

By TCN News,

Hyderabad: Imbibing nature’s marvel in design to build machines, the world’s largest Public Private Partnership project Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) is bird-inspired, disclosed Managing Director of HMR N.V.S. Reddy.

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Research Scholars across universities in limbo over months of delay in fellowships

Students belonging to minority, SC/ST communities allege bias say they are neglected.

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

New Delhi: All the big talks of the Narendra Modi led NDA government on focusing on education and research are appearing hollow to the research scholars enrolled in different universities across the country amidst repeated delay in disbursement in the fellowship money.

US court dismisses 1984 riots case against Sonia Gandhi

New York : A US court of appeals in New York has affirmed a district court's order and dismissed Nov 1984 anti-Sikh violence case against Congress party president Sonia Gandhi for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.

"Upon due consideration whereof, it is hereby ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the judgment of the district court is affirmed" the court said in its order Tuesday.

Bangalore Municipal elections: 16 Muslims win in Bangalore Municipal election


SDPI Candidate Mujahid Pasha celebrating his victory in BBMP election

AIMIM failed to score

By TwoCircles.net staff reporter

Bangalore: Out of 197 wards that saw the election for Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), 16 returned Muslim Councillors in the election results announced yesterday. Outgoing BBMP had 11 Muslims out of 198 Councillors.

पूरे बिहार नहीं, सिर्फ सीमांचल से लड़ सकती है ओवैसी की पार्टी चुनाव

Beed story - Imtiaz Jaleel, MIM MLA visited village of incidence2

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल, TwoCircles.net

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