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SC asks centre to conduct NEET in Urdu from next year

Our Correspondent /New Delhi The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to conduct NEET examination for medical course in Urdu as well from academic year 2018-2019 onward as it ruled out holding the entrance exam scheduled for May 7 for current year. At present the NEET is conducted in English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telegu, … Continue reading SC asks centre to conduct NEET in Urdu from next year

SC asks Haji Ali Dargah Trust to clear all kinds of encroachments

TIA NEWS The Supreme Court today asked the Haji Ali Dargah Trust in Mumbai to demolish all kinds of encroachments in and around the Dargah excluding the mosque standing on 171 square metres area. The court also assured that 171 sq mt land on which the mosque is built will be protected, but the encroachments … Continue reading SC asks Haji Ali Dargah Trust to clear all kinds of encroachments

VP Hamid Ansari delivers 1st Quli Qutub Shah Lecture at MANUU

AMN / Hyderbad The Vice President of India, M. Hamid Ansari has delivered the first Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah Memorial Lecture of the Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad today. The Governor of Telangana, E. S. L. Narasimhan, the Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana, Mohammad Mahmood Ali, the Vice Chancellor of MANUU, Dr. Mohammad … Continue reading VP Hamid Ansari delivers 1st Quli Qutub Shah Lecture at MANUU

Odisha: Curfew relaxed for 9 hrs In Bhadrak

Considering gradual improvement in situation and no untoward incident reported in last 24 hours in violence-hit Bhadrak town in Odisha, the district administration today relaxed curfew for 9 hours till 4 PM. The curfew which was clamped in the town on Friday has been relaxed thrice till now to allow people to purchase essential commodities. … Continue reading Odisha: Curfew relaxed for 9 hrs In Bhadrak

AIUDF slams Assam proposed Population Policy

AMN / NEW DELHI All India United Democratic front, AIUDF has slammed the Assam draft State Population Policy describing it as violation of the fundamental rights of the citizens and undemocratic. AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal has objected to the draft State Population Policy describing it as violation of the fundamental rights of the citizens and undemocratic. … Continue reading AIUDF slams Assam proposed Population Policy

Triple talaq impedes social democracy: Govt

TIA NEWS The Centre has sought scrapping of triple talaq and polygamy among Muslims, saying these practices are not protected by fundamental right to practice religion. In a fresh submission before the Supreme Court yesterday, the Centre also said that triple talaq made women socially and financially insecure. Union government said that reforms in Muslim … Continue reading Triple talaq impedes social democracy: Govt

Telengana BJP leader threatens to behead of Ram temple

AMN Telengana Police have filed a case against a BJP MLA legislator who threatened to behead those opposed to the building of a Hindu temple on the site of a destroyed mosque. The 16th Century mosque in Ayodhya town was razed in 1992 by a Hindu mob who want to build a temple to Lord … Continue reading Telengana BJP leader threatens to behead of Ram temple

Uttering Triple talaq does not amount to divorce: Salma Ansari

Aligarh / Vice-President Hamid Ansari’s wife Salma Ansari has said that uttering ‘talaq’ thrice does not amount to divorce and asked Muslim women to read the Quran thoroughly instead of relying on clerics. Salma Ansari’s views on triple talaq come at a time when there is a nationwide debate on the practice and the validity … Continue reading Uttering Triple talaq does not amount to divorce: Salma Ansari

Communal violence in Bhadrak: Odisha Police starts probe

AMN Crime Branch of Odisha has started the probe into alleged abusive remarks on social media on some deities which led to unrest in Bhadrak town of Odisha. The investigative agency has filed a case and started probe against all those involved in the insulting posts on Facebook. Even though there has been considerable improvement … Continue reading Communal violence in Bhadrak: Odisha Police starts probe

Modi govt fails to check hate crimes against Muslims, Dalits: Jamaat

Appeals Muslims to reach out to fellow countrymen AMN /New Delhi Expressing deep anguish over the lynching of a Muslim man by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind today slammed the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for failing to control “those polarizing society on communal lines and spreading hatred against … Continue reading Modi govt fails to check hate crimes against Muslims, Dalits: Jamaat

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