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पंच-नामा : सब्सिडी खत्म, केजरीवाल, बिहार में संघ का खेल, आज़म खां और जम्मू-कश्मीर

By TwoCircles.net staff reporter,

क्यों केजरीवाल अपनी पूर्ववर्ती सरकारों से अलग नहीं हैं और दिल्ली चुनाव से भाजपा गलत सीख क्यों ले रही है, आज़म खां क्या कर रहे हैं और जम्मू-कश्मीर क्यों ख़ास होता जा रहा है.....पांच खबरों की पड़ताल...

1. तैयार रहिये बिना सब्सिडी के सिलेंडरों का उपभोग करने के लिए
चौंकने से काम नहीं बनेगा. एलपीजी के घरेलू गैस सिलेंडरों को लेकर चली आ रही लम्बी जद्दोज़हद और परेशानियों के बाद अब ऐसे संकेत मिलने लगे हैं कि भारतीय मध्यवर्गीय उपभोक्ता जल्दी ही सब्सिडी से वंचित हो सकता है. नई दिल्ली में ‘ऊर्जा संगम’ का उद्घाटन करते हुए प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी ने इस बात के संकेत दिए हैं. नरेन्द्र मोदी ने कहा कि जो लोग संपन्न हैं, वे सब्सिडी छोड़ दें. ‘जो लोग बाज़ार के दामों के गैस सिलेंडर खरीद सकते हैं, वे अपनी मर्ज़ी से सब्सिडी वाले सिलेंडर खरीदना छोड़ दें’, ऐसा कहा प्रधानमंत्री ने. कुछ दिनों से आधार कार्ड को बैंक खाते और एलपीजी ग्राहक कार्ड से जोड़ने के बाबत पूरे देश में जो उठापटक मची है, इस पूरे पचड़े का अर्थ था कि ग्राहक को गैस सब्सिडी सीधे बैंक के खाते में मिलेगी. सरकार अभी ‘अपनी मर्ज़ी से’ का दावा कर रही है, लेकिन यह जानना ज़रूरी है कि कोई भी ग्राहक ऐसे फैसले कैसे लेगा. ज़ाहिर है कि सरकार इस फैसले को किसी न किसी रूप में ग्राहकों पर लागू करेगी और इसमें सरकार को ग्राहकों के बैंक खातों से सबसे अधिक मदद मिलेगी.

Ruckus in Kashmir assembly, NC legislator injured

Jammu : Pandemonium marred the proceedings of Jammu and Kashmir legislative assembly on Friday as opposition National Conference (NC) members gathered near the speaker's podium amid slogan shouting and noise.

As the house convened on Friday morning, NC members started shouting slogans against the Mufti Muhmmad Sayeed government as they displayed copies of a local newspaper report carried on Friday saying the central government had denied financial support to the state for wresting the ownership of NHPC-run hydro-power projects.

Beef essential food for Goa's minorities: CM

Panaji : Asserting that beef is an essential part of the diet of the minority community, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Friday asked animal rights activists to tone down their agitation against beef imported from neighbouring states,

Parsekar asked the activists to 'go easy' on the issue even as a ruling legislator demanded that cow slaughter in the state be stopped.

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Giving wings to dreams and a Sunday School!!

An inspiring story of a bunch of dedicated volunteers who work for realizing the dreams of students from low-income area of Hyderabad

By Rupa Abdi for TwoCircles.net,

Hyderabad: Don’t allow yourself to be misled because of her burka and hijab or her surroundings. She is not just another ordinary Muslim girl living a simple life. She is an engineering student who also works part time for an NGO called Helping Hands.

नक्सलविरोधी ऑपरेशनों का सच

By हिमांशु कुमार,

जब हम दंतेवाडा में काम करते थे तो हमारे साथ आश्रम में काम करने एक लड़का आया. मेरे साथियों ने बताया कि पहले वह ‘सलवा जुडूम’ में एसपीओ था लेकिन बाद में उसे अपने काम से नफरत हो गयी थी और उसने वह काम छोड़ दिया. उसने मुझसे कहा कि अब वह गाँववालों के लिए काम करना चाहता है इसलिए हमारे आश्रम से जुड़ना चाहता है. वह काम करने लगा. बाद में उसने मुझे कई घटनाएँ सुनाई. उनमे से दो घटनाएँ आज आपके साथ बाँट रहा हूँ.

‘Muslims of Karnataka and the Media’ seminar organised by India Fraternity Forum, Jeddah

By Tanveer Kaup for TwoCircles.net,

Jeddah: Muslims were urged to empower themselves on political grounds and come up as a political power during a seminar here organised by India Fraternity Forum (IFF).

Lambasting some media groups which have adopted dual policy against the Muslims, Abdul Majeed Vittla, in his presidential speech said, “It is very important for us to empower ourselves on political backgrounds and come up as a political power.”

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Feel ‘vindicated and relieved,’ says Shahid Badr Falahi after acquittal in 14-year-old case

Dr Shahid Badr Falahi was the chief of the Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) at the time of its ban in 2001.

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

New Delhi: Dr Shahid Badr Falahi, former chief of the banned Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), was acquitted on Thursday by a Delhi court in a 14-year-old case.

“I am vindicated and relieved,” Dr Falahi said after the verdict.

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SIMI ex-chief cleared of promoting communal enmity

New Delhi : A court here on Thursday acquitted the outlawed Students Islamic Movement of India's (SIMI) former president Shahid Badr Falahi in a 2001 case of promoting enmity between different groups.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Khanagwal cleared Falahi of charges of promoting enmity between different groups, imputations and assertions prejudicial to national integration and statements conducive to public mischief.

His counsel Humam Ahmed Siddiqui told IANS that Falahi was falsely implicated in the case.

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IOS organises lecture on ‘Religious Minorities in India and Legal Perspective’

By TCN News,

New Delhi: Focusing on the constitutional provisions for the religious minorities to profess and propagate their religious belief, Professor Manzoor Ahmad, former IPS officer and vice chancellor of Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut, examined how the freedom of religion, right to equality and the right to maintain their cultural identity guaranteed under the Constitution were being allowed to be practised unfettered.

Investigate disappearances, identify unknown and mass graves in Kashmir, demand kin of disappeared persons

By TwoCircles.net Staff Correspondent,

Srinagar: The Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) on Thursday wrote to the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed demanding an Independent Commission of Inquiry to prosecute those responsible for over 8000 disappearances and more than 7000 unknown, unmarked and mass graves.

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