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सलमान खुर्शीद का सवाल, मोदी के कार्यक्रमों में भीड़ कितनी असली?

By Staff Reporter,

फर्रुखाबाद: पूर्व विदेश मंत्री और कांग्रेस नेता सलमान खुर्शीद ने प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी के विदेशी कार्यक्रमों में जुट रही भीड़ पर सवालिया निशान लगाया. सलमान खुर्शीद ने प्रश्न उठाया है कि इन कार्यक्रमों में जुट रही भीड़ कितनी असली है? सलमान खुर्शीद ने यह भी कहा है कि प्रधानमंत्री नारे लगवाने के लिए भारत से लोगों को लेकर जाते हैं. अपने देश से लोगों को ले जाने के बजाय प्रधानमंत्री को उस देश की आवाम पर भरोसा करना चाहिए.

Trooper opens fire at Jammu and Kashmir CM home

Srinagar : A trooper Monday accidentally opened fire at Jammu and Kashmir chief minister residence here. Omar Abdullah was not at home, but he said that he has full confidence in his security team.

Omar Abdullah was in New Delhi when the incident took place.

"A BSF (Border Security Force) sentry posted at the chief minister's residence fired a few shots from his automatic rifle accidentally. The BSF trooper was immediately disarmed after being identified," a senior police official told IANS.


Pakistan envoy moots sister-city relations between two Hyderabads

Hyderabad : Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit Sunday mooted the idea of sister city relations between the two Hyderabad cities - one in India's Deccan region and the other in Pakistan's Sindh province.

On his first visit to this Indian city after taking over as high commissioner in March, Basit discussed the proposal with political leaders of Telangana, including Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali.

He is likely to have more discussions with Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao Monday, the last day of his three-day visit.

Don't want ties to be held hostage to Kashmir issue: Pakistan envoy

Hyderabad: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit Sunday said his country doesn't like the relationship with India to be held hostage to the Jammu and Kashmir issue but both countries should make sincere efforts to resolve the problem.

Expressing the hope that the bilateral talks will resume, he said at the end of the day the two countries will have to talk to each other.

"Both our countries do recognise that Jammu and Kashmir is a problem which needs to be resolved. As part of dialogue process in the past we have been trying to resolve it.

16 Left parties to observe Dec 6 as communal harmony day in Bengal

Kolkata: Sixteen Left parties Sunday decided to observe Dec 6 - the day when the 16th century Babri mosque was destroyed in 1992 - as communal harmony and unity day across West Bengal by bringing out rallies and holding street corners.

Making the announcement after a meeting of the Left parties, Communist Party of India-Marxist state secretary Biman Bose told mediapersons that the programme would cover all the 20 districts.

Kashmir's Kathua district has 3,615 disabled voters

Jammu: Election authorities in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir Sunday identified 3,615 disabled voters who would be assisted while exercising their franchise in the upcoming assembly election.

"In a unique exercise the district administration of Kathua, in collaboration with the election department, social welfare department and district Red Cross Society, has identified 3,615 specially-abled or physically handicapped voters in five assembly segments," said a statement issued by the Kathua district administration.

Manisha Sethi’s book on counter terrorism and prejudices ‘Kafkaland’ launched in Delhi

By Staff Reporter,

New Delhi: Academician and rights activist Manish Sethi’s book on ‘Prejudice, Law and Counterterrorism in India,’ Kafkaland was officially released on Saturday evening at the packed hall of the Press Club of India in the National Capital.


Indo-Pak youths connect through video conference

By TCN News,

New Delhi: In first of its kind, video conferencing was used to conduct an interaction between youth activists from Pakistan and Indian students with the aim to counter stereotypes and misconceptions. This was Aaghaz-e-Dosti's twelfth Aman Chaupal. Aaghaz-e-Dosti is an Indo-Pak Friendship initiative of India-based Mission Bhartiyam and Pakistan-based The Catalyst - TC.

Library App for girls of AMU

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Students’ Union and alumni of the Aligarh Muslim University have joined hands to create a mobile application that will allow girls of AMU to order books from Maulana Azad Library at the convenience of their residence. This app will allow undergraduate girls to get the book delivered to their hostel same day.

VHP to use 'full energy' to build Ram temple

Patna: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) will use all its resources and energy to construct a grand Ram temple at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh, its leader Pravin Togadia said Sunday.

"The VHP will use its full resources and energy to construct a Ram temple at Ayodhya," Togadia told the media here.

He said the Ram temple was the VHP's main agenda.

"The VHP has never forgotten the agenda of Ram temple nor will it forget it. We will construct the temple at any cost."