The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday arrested six members of a fresh terror module, allegedly inspired by the Islamic State (IS), a senior NIA official said.Five suspects were arrested when they assembled on a hilltop at Kanakamala in Kannur district of Kerala to plan their next move, said the NIA official.The other accused was arrested from Kuttiyadi in Kozhikode district.
RSS shakhas will not be allowed to function in temples: Devaswom Minister 'Temples are places of worship and should not be made vaults of weapons'
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Thiruvananthapuram: Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran said Monday that RSS shakhas will not be allowed to function in temples under the Devaswom Board. Pointing out that the department has received several complaints in this regard, the Minister said that people’s concerns on the matter need to be addressed. Temples are places of worship and should not be made vaults of weapons, he said while talking to reporters here. The Minister said that the government should not allow temples to be made centres of anti-social activities. It will not let the secularist and peaceful atmosphere prevailing in the state to be destroyed
A Steadily Emerging Clearer Picture of LOVE JIHAD in India
One of the biggest evils facing our society in India today is perhaps the disgusting Love Jihad, a perverted attempt by a small section of the misguided Muslim youth in Kerala and the coastal belt of Karnataka, of luring innocent girls through all kinds of devious methods, by feigning to fall in love with them, but in all reality, only to convert them to Islam in order to boost their population and also make use of them for all sorts of immoral acts including the terrorist activities in the country. It becomes still more tragic when the two words, love and jihad, words that symbolize something sublime and holy, are being used exactly for the opposite purpose by a pretense of using them for the glory of God.
Bishop Muricken (center) before going for surgery
Kochi: A Catholic bishop in Kerala has created history as the first prelate in the world to donate kidney.
Bishop Jacob Muricken on June 1 underwent surgery at Lakeshore Hospital in Kochi, Kerala’s commercial capital, to remove one of his kidneys. It was then planted on the body of E Sooraj, a Hindu youth who has been suffering from kidney problems for the past 18 months.Senior doctors at the hospital told media persons that the surgery was successful and the bishop and Sooraj were under observation.