India

Karnataka court bars authorities to ban loudspeakers for Azaan

Bengaluru, August 23 (KMS): The Indian state Karnataka’s high court has refrained from directing the authorities to stop mosques from using loudspeakers or public-address systems for the Azaan (call to prayer), five times a day. The court said tolerance is the characteristic of the Constitution of India as well as …

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Former BJP MLA openly boasts of killing five, hints at Pehlu, Rakbar

New Delhi, Aug 23 (KMS): In a video, which has gone viral on social media, Gyandev Ahuja, addressing a group of his people, not only claimed to have killed five (Muslims) but also indicated that he is interested in eliminating more people, ostensibly from minority community. “We have killed 5 …

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If they are ‘Sansakari’, why did they rape: Nirbhaya’s mother on Bilkis’ rapists

New Delhi, Aug 23 (KMS): Nirbhaya’s mother Asha Devi flayed the Gujarat government’s decision to release the rape and murder convicts in Bilkis Bano case saying they should have been hanged. In an interview, Devi, the brutal rape of whose daughter had triggered massive protests in 2013, demanded from the …

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Massive police deployment in Delhi as farmers throng Jantar Mantar

New Delhi, August 22 (KMS): As hundreds of farmers from different states started reaching New Delhi to participate in a ‘Mahapanchayat’ called by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (non-political) at Jantar Mantar on Monday, Delhi Police have deployed its personnel at various borders. As per reports quoting police, all vehicles entering …

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‘No place for minorities in Modi’s India’

Islamabad, August 22 (KMS): World observes International Day for Victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief on 22 August and it is an occasion to highlight the plight of minorities living in India who are deprived of all fundamental rights and freedoms. Minorities are being persecuted physically, …

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No compromise on separate flag, constitution, Nagaland party tells India

Dimapur (Nagaland), August 22 (KMS): The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM), has made it clear that under no circumstances it would compromise on its demand for a separate flag and constitution as a final solution to the Nagaland issue. The Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim …

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UK urged to raise voice for its citizen Jagtar Singh illegally detained in India

 JAGTAR SINGH JOHAL #FreeJaggiNow Jagtar Singh Johal is a sikh activist in UK who was arrested in Punjab, India for raising awareness about the sikhgenocide in 1984. In November 2017, He went on holiday to India to get married and two days after his wedding, pic.twitter.com/RJ9b055shZ — Harman Sandhu (@hrmnnnnnn) …

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Lynching, bashing of Muslims by RSS extremists a routine in India

Islamabad, August 21 (KMS): International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism is being observed, today, 21 August and according to statement by United Nations, the day is meant to allow victims of terrorism to have their needs supported and their rights upheld. A report released by …

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‘Part of pattern’: US panel slams release of convicts in Bilkis Bano rape case

New Delhi, August 20 (KMS): The US Commission of International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has strongly condemned the unjustified early release of 11 Hindutva men convicted in the Bilkis Bano case. According to Kashmir Media Service, they were sentenced to life for raping a pregnant Muslim woman, Bilkis Bano, and murdering …

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Indian BSF head constable killed in Tripura clash

Agartala, August 20 (KMS): A head constable of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) was killed in an encounter with National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) members in the Indian disturbed state of Tripura. The BSF’s 145 Battalion head constable Grijesh Kumar Uddey was killed in a gunfight with NLFT during …

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