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IMRC sponsors one year school fees of 1400 flood affected students in Kashmir

By Raqib Hameed Naik,,

Srinagar : US based charity organisation Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC), in a noble initiative, started the process of paying one year fees of flood affected students of Kashmir valley.

Around 1400 deserving students were identified in a phased manner with the help of schools, Mohallah Committee and Masjid Committee.

Candle vigil in Lucknow to protest against Dadri Mob lynching

By TCN News,

Lucknow: A group of students and activists organized a joint candle light vigil protest at Patel Pratima near Vidhan Sabha, in the Uttar Pradesh capital condemning the mob lynching of a 50 year old man in Dadri over rumours that his family had been storing and consuming beef. The protest was jointly called by the Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR), Rihai Manch, Youth Awakening Movement and Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO).

Cow Urine prepared medicine being supplied to Kashmir: Hurriyat (G)

By, Staff Reporter

Srinagar : Hurriyat hawk and Senior Separatist Leader, Syed Ali Geelani on Tuesday made an allegation against Indian System of Medicine (ISM) of supplying a medicine prepared from cow urine to patients in Kashmir.

In a statement issued by Geelani's Separatist faction Hurriyat (G), he claimed that the supply of cow urine prepared medicine to Kashmir is a plot of the communal forces to hurt the sentiments of Muslim majority population of the state by making them to eat a 'Haraam substance'.

Pakistan once again misusing UNGA, distorting reality: India

New York/New Delhi : In a strong rebuttal of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's anti-India statement at the UN General Assembly, India on Thursday expressed regret that Pakistan has "once again chosen to misuse" the floor of the world body to "distort reality and portray a false picture of the challenges in our region".

बिहार चुनाव के पहले चरण के 49 सीटों के लिए ये 70 पार्टियां...

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल,

बिहार के पहले चरण के लिए 10 ज़िलों के 49 सीटों पर 12 अक्टूबर को होने जा रहे मतदान के लिए 70 पार्टियों ने अपने उम्मीदवार मैदान में उतारे हैं.

बिहार में एक ही चुनावी चिन्ह कहीं आपको चकरा न दे Staff Reporter

पटना: बिहार चुनाव में कुछ पार्टियों के चुनाव चिन्ह को आपको भ्रम में डाल सकते हैं. क्योंकि बिहार के इस महासंग्राम में कई पार्टियां ऐसी हैं जिनके चुनाव चिन्ह लगभग एक समान हैं.

Communal ghost returns to UP: 50 years old man hacked to death, son severely injured over beef rumour

By Raqib Hameed Naik and M Reyaz,,

Greater Noida : The Communal Ghost has once again knocked the doors of Uttar Pradesh State after a 50 year old Muslim man was hacked to death, while his son was severely injured by a mob over allegation of slaughtering and storing beef at his home.

Mohammad Akhlaq, 50, was severely beaten before being hacked to death by a mob of at least 200 people while his son Danish was severely injured in the attack who is undergoing treatment at a hospital where his condition is stated to be critical.

Dadri lynching is communalism in its ugliest manifestation: NCM Member

By Staff Reporter,

New Delhi: A member of the National Commission for Minorities has termed the lyching of 50 year old man, Mohammad Akhlaq by a mob in Dadri, 50 kilometres from Delhi as “communalism in its ugliest manifestation,” adding that this “cannot, and must not, go unpunished in a secular nation.”

A 50-year-old man, Mohammad Akhlaq, was beaten to death and his 22-year-old son severely injured on Monday night in UP’s Dadri, allegedly by residents of Bisara village, after rumours spread in the area about the family storing and consuming beef.

Muslim man lynched in Greater Noida: Minority panel seeks report

Greater Noida: The Uttar Pradesh government has given Rs.10 lakh as ex- gratia to the family of a Muslim man from a Greater Noida village who was killed by a mob for allegedly killing a cow. The National Commission for Minorities on Wednesday asked the Noida district magistrate to file a report on the incident.

The state government also ordered free treatment of the injured members of the man's family who were admitted to a private hospital in Noida.

SC to hear J&K plea over conflicting HC orders on beef

New Delhi : The Supreme Court will hear on October 5 a plea by the Jammu and Kashmir government seeking its intervention on the conflicting orders passed by state high court benches on pleas seeking prohibition on the slaughter and sale of beef in the state and another challenging it.

An apex court bench of Chief Justice H.L. Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra agreed to hear the matter after counsel Amarendra Sharan mentioned the state government plea seeking the court's intervention in the wake of the conflicting orders by the Jammu bench and the Kashmir bench of the high court.