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I’d make kids study Gita if I were dictator, says SC judge

Aug 03 2014 : The Times of India (Mumbai) TIMES NEWS NETWORK Stresses On Need To Follow Our Tradition Praising the ancient system of imparting education, Supreme Court justice A R Dave said on Saturday that given a choice, he would like to introduce the Gita and the Mahabharata for study from Class 1 in…

Alert about derogatory posts on social networks

Crime Branch Sets Up Cell To Monitor Such Mischief July 27: Derogatory post on WhatsApp resulted in violence in Bhuj. Cops acted promptly , and even arrested one accused. However, as members of a particular community demanded that the accused be handed over to them, this resulted in large-scale violence. July 31: Derogatory post on…

Gangster arrested for sparking Saharanpur riots

A gangster who thrived on land disputes has been arrested on charges of instigating last Saturday’s clashes in Saharanpur that killed three and injured dozens of others, the police said on Thursday. MEERUT: A former town councillor arrested on charges of instigating violence between Sikh and Muslim groups in Saharanpur that left three people dead…

Minority angle in lock-up deaths

[email protected] Mumbai: Victims In Maha Only From Muslim, Dalit Communities: HC The Bombay high court observed on Thursday that the victims of custodial deaths in Maharashtra appear to be only from the minority community . A division bench of Justices V M Kanade and P D Kode made the remark after they informed advocate Yug…

Kodnani freed on bail

SIT plea for stay on bail dismissed A day after the Gujarat High Court granted her bail, former Gujarat Minister Maya Kodnani, who was convicted in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case, was released from jail custody on Thursday. Meanwhile, the High Court on Thursday dismissed the application of the Special Investigating Team (SIT) seeking…

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