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Bilauha, a Bajrang Dal activist, and the two accomplices were transporting over 150 cows and calves for slaughter from Badagaon to Ganiyari when they were stopped about 35 km from Katni. read more »
May 17, 2013
Bhubaneswar: Nearly 14 years after Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons were burnt to death by a mob in Odisha, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday arrested two absconding accused in the case.A CBI team arrested Ghanashyam Mohant, 35, and Ranjan Mohant, 38, from their villages Gayalmunda and Bhalughera in Keonjhar district, a senior district police official, who assisted in the arrest read more »
The candidature of former Supreme Court judge Cyriac Joseph for the post of Member, National Human Rights Commission, was questioned by BJP's over his "integrity and competence".The post is reserved for a former SC judge and is vacant since Justice G P Mathur completed his term in January. read more »
Siddaramaiah sought a detailed report on moral policing incidents in the past few years, and directed police to act tough on the perpetrators.
BANGALORE: Curbing moral policing in Karnataka's coastal region tops the agenda of the new Congress government. Chief minister Siddaramaiah cracked the whip at his first meeting with bureaucrats on Tuesday, where he discussed instances of moral policing in the Mangalore region. read more »
Dr Asghar Ali Engineer who breathed his last in Mumbai on Tuesday morning after a prolonged illness was a noted Islamic scholar and social scientist.
Dr Asghar Ali Engineer was one of the most vocal opponent of Pakistan's infamous Blasphemy law emphasizing it was Un-Islamic and repeatedly called for repeal Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws
GCIC prays that the Merciful God, grant Eternal Peace to his soul
14th May /13
Bangalore - A series of ‘minor’ communal incidents in the coastal districts of Karnataka – both during and after the assembly elections – have raised several questions over the worsening inter-community relations among concerned citizens of the undivided South Canara district. read more »