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Prohibitory orders relaxed in Delhi's Trilokpuri

New Delhi: The prohibitory orders on gathering and movement of people imposed in east Delhi's Trilokpuri area following a communal clash were relaxed for three hours Tuesday as no fresh violence was reported, police said.

"We have decided to relax the prohibitory orders for three hours from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. as there has been no fresh case of violence," a Delhi Police official told IANS.

Two groups of Hindus and Muslims clashed on Diwali Oct 23 after which the authorities imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPC banning illegal gatherings.


Pakistanis protest India's 'occupation' in Kashmir

Islamabad: Pakistanis across the world held demonstrations to mark the anniversary of what they termed as India's invasion and occupation of Kashmir Oct 27, 1947, media reported Tuesday.

The Pakistani nation stands united with the Kashmiri people in their struggle for right to self-determination, Federal Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid said Monday.

"The hearts and minds of all Pakistanis are with Kashmiris," he said at a seminar organised by the Youth Forum for Kashmir at the International Islamic University, Islamabad.

Official Delhi’s residence of Owaisi vandalized by Hindu Sena

By Staff Reporter,

New Delhi: On Sunday, October 26, the official residence of President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi was vandalized by alleged right wing Hindutva activists.

Government discloses names of 3 black money holder; one of them donated 9 times to BJP & 3 times to INC in 7 years

By TCN News,

New Delhi: The Central government on Monday has filed an affidavit before the Supreme Court naming three persons who are black money account holders in an attempt to evade tax in India. Interestingly one out of these has 9 times donated to Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and thrice to Indian National Congress (INC) between financial years 2004-05 to 2011-12.

Burdwan blast: youth arrested from Nepal

Siliguri: A 29-year-old youth was arrested Monday from Nepal in a joint operation by NIA, West Bengal and Nepal police in connection with the Oct 2 Burdwan blast, intelligence sources said.

Yusuf Saikh, a resident of Beldanga in West Bengal's Murshidabad district, was picked up from Kakarbhitta in Nepal Monday evening, the sources revealed.

This is the first arrest abroad with regard to the blast in which militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) is purportedly involved.

Trilokpuri simmers, residents under house arrest

By Alok Singh,

New Delhi : Ten-year-old Shabnam has been longing to get home and eat a decent meal. But, stuck a few blocks away from home in east Delhi's Trilokpuri, she is home yet far away, due to the tense situation in the area following clashes between two groups.


Delhi communal clash: Hunt on for five key accused

New Delhi : Forty-four people have been arrested following the communal clash in Delhi's Trilokpuri, but a hunt is still on for five men whose acts triggered the violence, police said Monday.

Police said they were looking for "five goons" - the key accused in igniting the whole communal violence during Thursday night's Diwali celebrations.

"We have identified five people who triggered the whole clash. All are residents of Trilokpuri and they belong to both Hindu and Muslim communities," a police official said.


Delhi HC notice to zoo panel, city zoo on widow's plea

New Delhi : The Delhi High Court Monday issued notice to the city police, the city zoo and the Central Zoo Authority on a plea filed by the widow of a man who was mauled to death by a tiger at the zoo.

The widow has sought Rs.50 lakh compensation for "security lapses" on part of the authorities after her 20-year-old husband was mauled to death by a white tiger at Delhi's National Zoological Park Sep 24.

The man, Maqsood from Anand Parbat area in central Delhi, apparently crossed the stand-off barrier and jumped into the enclosure.

National Conference attacks Azad, Congress

Srinagar : The National Conference Monday launched a scathing attack on Congress leader and former chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, saying giving it (NC) a full six-year term to govern Jammu and Kashmir after the 2008 elections was no favour.

Azad had blamed the decision to let the NC hold the chief minister's post for the entire six years despite an alliance with the Congress as the reason for the latter's debacle in the Lok Sabha polls.

Dr. SQR Ilyas elected national president of WPI

By TCN News,

New Delhi: The Federal General Council of the Welfare Party of India has elected Dr. SQR Ilyas as the national president of the party for the next term for 4 years.