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Activists slam non-inclusion of RSS in IB report

dna correspondent @dnaahmedabad Ahmedabad: Eminent human rights activists of the city challenged, condemned and criticised the Intelligence Bureau’s ‘secret report’ on Wednesday. The report — Impact of NGOs on Development — claimed that NGOs availing of international funds plan to target economic development projects across the country. At a meet organised at the Darpana Academy…

Petty quarrels trigger fresh clashes

Vadodara: TIMES NEWS NETWORK The string of rioting incidents in the city continued with two communal clashes giving cops the sleepless night on Sunday. The incidents left four persons injured in stone pelting and brawls. Rioting began in the city on Monday night in the Nagarwada area after two persons had a quarrel when the…

27 HELD IN DHULE AFTER VIOLENCE OVER OFFENSIVE ONLINE CONTENT

Seven police personnel were injured after a mob pelted stones in Deopur, Dhule district, on Thursday night, in what was another case of offensive content on social media instigating violence. Twenty seven people from a minority community were arrested for rioting, said officials. Earlier this month, a 28-year old IT professional was murdered in Pune,…

Tension grips MP town after RSS worker’s murder

Tension gripped Pithampur industrial area near Indore after the alleged murder of a RSS worker, following a dispute between children over playing cricket, police said today.The RSS worker, identified as Prashant Sharma, had gone to the cricket ground in Vishwas Nagar area last evening to pacify a group of children who had a fight over…

RSS book in Vadodara schools

Written by Aditi Raja | Vadodra | June 18, 2014 12:50 am The yoga chapters lay down a disciplinary daily schedule for students, right from physical yogasan to chanting Sanskrit shlokas. Books published by the education wing of the RSS in Gujarat have made it to the curriculum of students studying in the 105-odd primary…

Riot-displaced given 3-day ultimatum to leave camps

press trust of india Muzaffarnagar (UP),14 June: Displaced villagers who have been living in camps on government land in the neighbouring Shamli district since the Muzaffarnagar communal riots in September last year have been asked to vacate them within three days by authorities. Subdivisional Magistrate Suresh Kumar Mishra today said that a team of government…

2 mosques burnt in riot-hit Mewat village, curfew on

Curfew has been clamped in the area where paramilitary and police personnel have been deployed in strength. At least two mosques, one barely 100 metres away from a police station, were gutted during clashes between Hindus and Muslims following a road accident in Tauru, 35 km from Gurgaon, in Mewat Sunday. At least 15 people,…

Four remanded for attack on madrassa

A local court here on Monday remanded four men in police custody till June 12 for allegedly ransacking a madrassa along the Handewadi bypass in Hadapsar during the protests over some objectionable posts on social networking sites on the night of May 31. According to the remand plea, the four were part of a larger…

2 held in Aurangabad for disrupting harmony

The Aurangabad police have arrested two persons for allegedly circulating some objectionable content through a cellphone application and trying to disrupt communal harmony. A mob protesting the circulation of the content resorted to stone-pelting in the Shambhu Nagar area and damaged six vehicles late on Friday night. Senior police officers said the arrested persons had…

Muslims will soon give nod to Ram temple at Ayodhya: VHP

Jaipur: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Sunday said it was hopeful that the Muslim community will give up its opposition to the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. “We firmly believe the Muslim community will understand this truth… Will respect religious sentiments… And will voluntarily give decision with regard to temple construction,” Champak Rai, VHP’s…

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