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Let contentious issues not distract us: Prez in I-Day address 14.8.2018 Rediff: News
Touching upon a range of issues, the President also said women were entitled to a life of their choice and security to fulfil their potential, amid concerns over their privacy and safety.
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REWIND: Top photos of the week from India 13.8.2018 Rediff: News
All that happened in India in the past week, in photos.
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Politics over crime perverse: PM Narendra Modi 13.8.2018 DNA: Popular News
Reducing cases of crime against women and lynching to mere statistics for politics is a "great travesty", and shows a "perverse mindset", Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said in an interview with ANI. "Let there be no doubts about the will of my government to implement the rule of law in its true letter and spirit," he said. He said even a single incident is one too many and deeply unfortunate. "Everyone should rise above politics to ensure peace and unity in our society," he said. PM Modi tore into his rivals when the news agency sought his comments on the Opposition that has raised cases of rape and lynching, and accused him of being silent on them. "It would be a great travesty to reduce these incidents to mere statistics and then indulge in politics over them. That shows a kind of perverse mindset that looks at violence and criminality as something to be milked, instead of unitedly opposing," the PM said in the e-mail interview. He said his party, BJP, and he have spoken in clear words against such ...
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'The Mahagathbandhan is for personal survival' 12.8.2018 Rediff: News
'The Opposition has no option but to make it an 'All versus One' fight to even think about winning.'
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From lynching incidents to Rahul hug: Full transcript of PM Modi's interview 12.8.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Here is the full transcript of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interview with ANI ANI: You have mentioned in previous interviews that the methodology of computing job numbers is outdated and the true reflection is contrary to the present data available. What in your opinion is the present employment scenario in India and how will you increase employment opportunities? Prime Minister: I have already given a detailed reply in the Lok Sabha during the debate on No Confidence Motion. In short, the point which needs to be understood is that: When economy is growing at a faster pace, in fact fastest among the major economies, how will the jobs market not expand? When investment into and the pace of execution of infrastructure projects like making roads, laying down rail lines, setting up power generation including solar parks and transmission lines is at all-time high, how come the jobs will not be created. Similarly, if there is significant growth in sales of commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles, does it ...
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No citizen of India will have to leave country: PM Modi on NRC issue 12.8.2018 Zee News : India National
In an exclusive interview to news agency ANI, PM Modi spoke on NRC and allayed concerns that no Indian citizen will have to leave the country. 
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LIVE! CBI conducts search of sealed room at Muzaffarpur's shelter home 11.8.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Rajasthan Police arrest main suspect in Alwar cow slaughter case 31.7.2018 Zee News : States
Shakil Qureshi (24) is the fourth person arrested in connection with the Alwar cow slaughter case.
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Veteran politician Joy quits BJP 31.7.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
Veteran politician Joy quits BJP
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Jama Masjid Imam Bukhari writes to Rahul Gandhi on ‘plight of Muslims’ under Modi government 30.7.2018 Zee News : India National
According to Imam Bukhari, it has become difficult for Muslim youth to walk out of their homes wearing skull caps and sporting beard.
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Anger is the enemy within us 30.7.2018 Rediff: Columns
'Fear of the Other stalks our lives as it did in ancient times and the mobs are just as easy to incite as it was then,' says Arundhuti Dasgupta.
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10 best moments from India in the week gone by 30.7.2018 Rediff: News
Catch up on everything that happened in the country, in images.
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Humayun used Vedic tech to call Babur: Twitter trolls Rajasthan BJP MLA Madan Lal Saini after leader's gaffe 26.7.2018 DNA: Top News
— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) July 26, 2018 I can vouch for this. Humayun sent a DM to Babur, which was later hacked and leaked to the wikileaks. #original   https://t.co/qf4RtojeQT — Bhuvan Bagga (@Bhuvanbagga) July 25, 2018 When Humayun was dying he trunk-called his long dead Abba, Babar and told him, there will come a day when Hindustan will be ruled by morons. — Ray Stings (@Purba_Ray) July 25, 2018 Humayun originally called Alexander but his ISD was deactivated owing to excess love jihad. Then they formed a whatsapp group called destroy Hindus with the Pope as admin. Then they caused a drought that created #Rajesthan out of the Indian Ocean. Stop lynching #IndianHistory https://t.co/UWfYKT1iAe — Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) July 25, 2018 The police have arrested third accused in connection with the murder of a man beaten to death on suspicion of smuggling cows in Alwar district of Rajasthan. The fresh arrest was made today and the accused has been identified as Naresh Sharma. On Saturday, the police ...
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Dying Humayun told Babur to respect cows: Rajasthan BJP chief on Alwar lynching 26.7.2018 Zee News : States
Saini's made the comment two days after RSS leader Indresh Kumar said that incidents of lynching would cease if people stopped eating beef.
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L S adjourned after BJP and Trinamool members clash over ‘women lynching’ in Bengal 25.7.2018 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, The BJP on Wednesday sought to turn the debate on mob lynching against the opposition parties when its member Kirit Somaiya alleged that there were frequent incidents of ‘women lynching’ in Mamata Banerjee-ruled West Bengal. During Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha, Mumbai North East member Kirit Somaiya alleged that four women were lately […]
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Dalit man beaten to death in Barmer for alleged affair with Muslim woman 24.7.2018 Zee News : States
DSP Barmer, Surinder Kumar said that the man succumbed to severe injuries. An investigation has been initiated and two people have been arrested in connection with the incident.  
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West Bengal: 4 women beaten up, disrobed by mob on suspicion of being child-lifters 24.7.2018 Zee News : States
This is the fourth incident of mob attack in the district in a month, and the second one in the same block within a week.
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`Mentally unstable` woman beaten to death on suspicion of child lifting in MP, 12 arrested 23.7.2018 Zee News : India National
The Singrauli lynching is the latest in a spate of incidents of lynching and mob violence reported from across the country in the recent past. 
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Malayalam weekly magazine faces protest over controversial novel 'defaming Brahmin community' 22.7.2018 DNA: Money
A group of protesters on Saturday marched to the office of a Malayalam vernacular magazine raising slogans, claiming that a novel serialised in the publication defamed Hindu women and the Brahmin community. Gayathri, which claims to be a socio-cultural organisation of Namboodiri Brahmins, marched to the office of Mathrubhumi, a prominent Malayalam media group, against the novel 'Meesha'. Author S Hareesh, a 2018 Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award winner, had decided to withdraw his novel after the magazine published three chapters following threats allegedly by right-wing elements on social media. This was confirmed by Kamalram Sanjeev, an editor with the weekly, on Twitter. "S.Hareesh withdraws his novel meesha', literature is being mob lynched, darkest day in kerala's cultural history,lightless days to follow," Sanjeev tweeted. The novel, which deals with the lives of backward communities in southern Kerala, courted controversy soon after its second chapter was published. Gayathri said the governments in ...
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Sahitya Akademi winner author withdraws novel after right-wing threat 22.7.2018 Rediff: News
A group of protesters on Saturday marched to the office of a Malayalam vernacular magazine in New Delhi raising slogans, claiming that a novel serialised in the publication defamed Hindu women and the Brahmin community.
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