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RUC writes a letter to UP CM about unauthorized Durga idols

By TCN News,

Lucknow: The Rashtriya Ulama Council (RUC) on Wednesday wrote to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister drawing his attention to unauthorized Durga idols in six villages in Balrampur tehsil despite “written denial of permission by the administration”.

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AMU student wins NCC medals

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Kulsum Salahuddin, a B Sc (final) student at the Women’s College, Aligarh Muslim University, won six medals at the Combined Annual Training Camp 2014 of the 3UP Girls Bn NCC held here at the Exhibition Ground.

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Happy Birthday in advance to Bapu: Swachtaa Abhiyaan by Hanifa School

By TCN News,

Borsad (Gujarat): Ahead of the 145th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation on October 2, students of Hanifa School (English medium) here had a gift for him by cleaning the city, famous for the Dandi March heritage route.

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Rajnath Singh announces Rs 674 cr for Assam

Assam CM submits memorandum seeking more central assistance.

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

Guwahati: In view of the large scale devastation due to unprecedented floods in Assam, the Centre on Wednesday announced to release Rs 674 crore for Assam’s State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) for 2014-15.

Delegating Qurbani to spread happiness among poor and needy

By M Reyaz, TwoCircles.net,

Faridabad/Hyderabad: Barely 30 KM from the national capital is a dingy colony in Dhauj, Faridabad called Sadiq Nagar, but more famous by the name of the community of people inhabited, Qalandar or Madari. Qalandars originally were nomads perhaps from present day Panipat region of Haryana, who accepted Islam centuries ago. They earned their living either by spreading across the country and showing plays of monkeys, or some magical tricks (Madari) or many others turned Fakirs and begged for food.

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Floods steal prime property tags in Kashmir

By Sheikh Qayoom,

Srinagar : Many who loved the murmuring mountain streams, pristine lakes, rivers and other water bodies in the Kashmir Valley are today living in their horror. The scars left behind by the unprecedented floods of September have changed the idiom and metaphor of the valley's public discourse.

"Before the floods one sought lands along lakes, mountain streams and river banks to build private properties like houses, hotels, resorts and retreats," said Soda Mir, 54, a land dealer in north Kashmir's Ganderbal district.

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मुस्लिम समीकरण साधने में जुटी शिवसेना

By A.Mirsab, TwoCircles.net,

महाराष्ट्र में जब सारी बड़ी राजनीतिक पार्टियां महाराष्ट्र में बिना किसी गठजोड़ के अपने बूते पर चुनाव लड़ने जा रही हैं, ऐसे में वे छोटे-बड़े किसी भी वर्ग को नज़रंदाज़ नहीं करना चाह रही हैं. कठिन रस्साकशी के बीच टूटे २५ साल पुराने भाजपा-शिवसेना गठबंधन से शिवसेना को अपना वोटबैंक बनाने में कड़ी मशक्क़त का सामना करना पड़ रहा है. एक अल्पज्ञात मुस्लिम संगठन ‘महाराष्ट्र मुस्लिम एकता परिषद्’ ने उद्धव ठाकरे द्वारा नीत शिवसेना को अपना समर्थन देने का फ़ैसला किया है. परिषद् के अनुसार यह फैसला साम्प्रदायिक विषयों पर उद्धव ठाकरे की राय जानने के बाद यह फैसला लिया गया.

Modi’s lost opportunity towards reconciliation

By Ayub Khan,

The Indian media and a section of the American media as well, have been showering fulsome praise over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public speaking skills. His Madison Square Garden speech has been especially highlighted as ‘inspiring’ and ‘rocking.’ Anyone disagreeing with this assessment is subjected to heaps of abuse including doubts about the critic’s sanity, ancestry, and in some cases even humanity. Perhaps the Modi’s fans have taken a cue from his controversial ‘puppy under the car’ remarks in categorizing those opposed to their leader in the canine species. Regardless of the fan outrage it cannot be ignored that Modi has failed to inspire confidence and hope. He had no healing touch to offer. His speeches were full of clichéd and vague remarks which can muster past the copy writer’s desk but are hardly befitting a leader who has just won elections with a thumping mandate. Modi disappointed the hopeless optimists with both what was said and what was left unsaid.

Maharashtra Assembly election: Shiv Sena finds rare support from a section of Muslim community

By A.Mirsab, TwoCircles.net,

Mumbai: A little known Muslim organization, Maharashtra Muslim Ekta Parishad have declared their support for Uddhav Thackeray led Shiv Sena (SS) after getting his views on certain community related issues.

At a time when all the major parties in Maharashtra are going to contest the Assembly elections on their own without any alliance, they are not missing any opportunity to reach out to all sections of the society to garner their support.

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Religious heads, activists urge people to stand up against divide & rule tactics of politicians

By TCN News,

Jaipur: Sending out a united call for communal harmony and mutual love, leaders, activists and intellectuals from across various religious communities here urged people to stand up against the ‘divide and rule’ tactics of the politicians to ensure peace and justice in the society.

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