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रोहतास जिले में साम्प्रदायिक तनाव, स्थिति काबू में

By Staff Reporter,

रोहतास: जैसे-जैसे बिहार में मतदान की तारीख नज़दीक आ रही है, वैसे-वैसे बिहार में अफ़वाह फैलाकर साम्प्रदायिक तनाव फैलाने के मामले तेज़ी से बढ़ रहे हैं.

मोतिहारी के बाद आज रोहतास ज़िला के रोहतास थाना क्षेत्र के अकबरपुर गांव में लोगों को साम्प्रदायिकता की आग में झोंकने की पूरी कोशिश की गई लेकिन आमजन की सूझ-बूझ से जिले में एक बड़ा हादसा होने से बच गया.

Bengal poll panel chief resigns, opposition slams Trinamool

Kolkata: Putting into uncertainty the fate of the recently-held polls to four local bodies, West Bengal State Election Commissioner S.R. Upadhyay on Tuesday tendered his resignation.

Upadhyay, who has been facing severe criticism from opposition parties over the violence-marred polls to the municipal corporations of Bidhannagar, Asansol and parts of Howrah held on Saturday, tendered his resignation to Governor K.N. Tripathi.

Confirming the move, Tripathi said he has forwarded the resignation for the views of the Mamata Banerjee government.

गांधी की ज़मीन पर जाली नोटों का मायाजाल!

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल,

बेतिया /नौतन /रक्सौल : बिहार की राजनीत का एक कड़वा अध्याय... गांधी के तपस्या की ज़मीन पर जाली नोटों का खुला कारोबार... निशाने पर बिहार का चुनाव... और केन्द्र में वे लोग जो बिहार की नियति और चेहरा दोनों बदलने का दावा करते हैं.

Congress slams RSS, says Rahul didn't take allowance during leave

New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday accused the RSS of "spreading lies", and said party vice president Rahul Gandhi did not draw daily allowance during the time when he did not attend parliament.

In a statement, Congress in-charge of communications department Randeep Singh Surjewala said the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) dished out "latest bundle of lies" in its mouthpiece 'Organiser' and a false story appeared concerning Gandhi.

Dadri lynching report to centre: No mention of murder charge

New Delhi: Murder charges do not find a mention in the Uttar Pradesh government's report on the Dadri lynching submitted to the union home ministry, informed sources said on Tuesday, adding that the "slaughter of a banned animal" was the reason behind the attack.

A 50-year-old Muslim man, Mohammed Akhlaq, accused of slaughtering a calf and storing its meat in his house, was beaten to death by a mob on the night of September 28 in Bisara village, near the national capital.

SC gives Assam time till March 1 to update NRC

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday gave the Assam government another two months till March 1, 2016, to upgrade the National Register of Citizens, indicating that it may monitor the progress.

Earlier, the Assam government was given till January 1, 2016 to complete the task.

Extending the deadline, a bench of Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman indicated that it would monitor the updating process and fixed November 5 as the next date of hearing.

The court had earlier passed a series of directions to streamline the updating process.

Trinamool holds rally against opposition's 'vandalism'

Kolkata: West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress on Tuesday brought out a rally protesting against "vandalism" during Saturday's civic polls in three municipal bodies by the state's opposition parties CPI-M, BJP and Congress.

Incidentally the rally - which stirred up a traffic chaos - came on a day when the Calcutta High Court expressed its displeasure over political parties holding rallies in the central part of the city on weekdays blocking traffic.

FIR filed against Amit Shah, Lalu Prasad in Bihar

Patna: An FIR was lodged against BJP president Amit Shah and RJD chief Lalu Prssad on Tuesday for allegedly making inflammatory statements during campaigning for the upcoming Bihar assembly polls.

An FIR was lodged against Shah for terming Lalu Prasad, the former Bihar chief minister, as "chara chor" while campaigning in Begusarai, a district police official said.

In another case, an FIR was lodged against Lalu Prasad, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief, for describing Amit Shah as "narbhakhchi" (maneater).

Ashutosh targets Modi over his silence on Dadri incident

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh on Tuesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not reacting on the Dadri incident in which a man was lynched following rumours that he consumed beef.

"Today is eighth day of the Dadri incident, prime minister has not spoken. Nation does not know what he feels and is he against such incidents?" Ashutosh tweeted.

In his tweets, the AAP leader said that no religion could be given permission to shatter the nation's trust.

Dadri lynching: Rajnath, Jaitley voice concern

New Delhi: Eight days after a mob lynched a Muslim man following rumours that he ate beef, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday warned that threats to the country's secular fabric won't be tolerated.

And in New York, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told NDTV that such incidents affect the country's image and "amount to policy diversions".