India

The Kashmir Files – A deceitful tale of lies

New Delhi, March 19 (KMS): Indian filmmaker, Vivek Agnihotri, in his movie The Kashmir Files has made exaggerated claims on the violence against Kashmiri Pandits who fled their homes when Kashmiris intensified their indigenous struggle against India’s illegal occupation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir in 1989. The film focuses exclusively …

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Hindu groups want wider ban on hijab

New Delhi, March 19 (KMS): Hindu supremacist groups are demanding restrictions on Muslim girls wearing hijab in classrooms in more Indian states after a court upheld a ban on the headscarf in the Indian state of Karnataka. Karnataka High Court’s decision, backing the southern state’s February ban on the hijab, …

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India fired missile crossed paths with several flights: Report

Islamabad, March 18 (KMS): The missile that was accidentally launched from India into Pakistan earlier this month traversed the paths of several commercial flights that were operating at the same time, says a report by Bloomberg. A  Flydubai flight from Dubai to Sialkot, an IndiGo flight from Srinagar to Mumbai …

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Vivek Agnihotri given Y-category security

New Delhi, March 18 (KMS): Bollywood filmmaker, Vivek Agnihotri, whose film ‘The Kashmir Files’ has stirred up a political controversy, was granted Y category security by the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), today (Friday). Quoting sources, English daily, the Indian Express reported that an assessment by the Intelligence Bureau …

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Dutch woman raped in a hotel in India

Jaipur (Rajasthan, India), March 18 (KMS): A Dutch woman has said that she was raped on the pretext of giving her an ayurvedic body massage in a hotel in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The woman complained to the police that she was raped near Sindhi camp in Jaipur, Indian …

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Karnataka’s town tense as graffiti against hijab verdict surfaces on a wall

Bengaluru, March 18 (KMS): A tense situation prevailed in the coastal town of Malpe in Udupi district of the Indian state of Karnataka on Friday after graffiti against the hijab verdict surfaced on the wall of a building. Graffiti was seen on the wall of a building reading “hijab is …

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India to import vehicle scanners from US

New Delhi, March 18 (KMS): The Indian government is set to import vehicle scanning machines from the US to use it in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The Multi-Mode Passive Detection System (MMPDS) is an advanced version of the scanning system which is not based on X-Ray and it …

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7-year-old girl raped in Ayodhya, admitted to hospital

Ayodhya, India, March 18 (KMS): A seven-year-old girl was raped in Ayodhya district and has been admitted to a local hospital in a critical condition. The accused, identified as Ram Manjhi, has been arrested and sent to the jail, the police said. Shailesh Pandey, Superintendent of Police, Ayodhya, said that …

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Hijab verdict effect: Woman denied seat in Mumbai local, netizens regret

New Delhi, March 18 (KMS):  The worst fears about the fallout of the Karnataka High Court judgment on hijab have come true when a Muslim woman was denied seat in a Mumbai local. Narrating how his wife was humiliated in the train, her dentist husband alleged that she had to …

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The Kashmir Files turns cinema halls into hubs of hate mongering, genocide calls

New Delhi, March 18 (KMS):  Cinema halls screening Vivek Agnihotri’s film, The Kashmir Files, have become hubs of jingoism where sundry Hindutva activists and anti-social elements have no inhibition to give vent to their deep-seated hatred for Muslims. Crowds are seen calling for genocide of Muslims with impunity. The movie …

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