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People now know Modi-Shah duo harmful for country: Cong 26.5.2018 General News
The Congress today said people now know the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah duo was harmful for the country after four years of the NDA rule, which it described as a period of "treachery, trickery, revenge and lies". Releasing a booklet titled 'India betrayed' on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the Modi government, Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad, Ashok Gehlot and Randeep Surjewala said an atmosphere of fear and hatred has been created under the NDA rule. "People now know that Modi-Amit Shah duo is harmful for country. Four years of the Modi government can be defined in four terms -- treachery, trickery, revenge and lies," AICC communication's in-charge Surjewala said. Referring to alleged atrocities on Dalits, tribals, minorities and women, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, said, "Nobody is safe in India under the BJP government. Everyone is getting sleepless nights." "Atmosphere of fear, hatred and violence was created in the last four years of the ..
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People now know Modi-Shah duo harmful for country: Congress 26.5.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
The party released a booklet titled ‘India Betrayed’ on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the Modi government
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MHA forms new division to deal with women safety, calls it top priority 26.5.2018 Zee News : India National
Issues like sensitisation of children through appropriate changes in school curriculum, a media campaign for raising awareness, checking proliferation of pornography materials and online contents would also be addressed, the statement said.  
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To Deal With Women Safety, Home Ministry Creates Separate Division 25.5.2018 NDTV News - India-news
With concerns often raised that the government is not doing enough related to women safety, the Home Ministry has created a new wing to address issues related to security of women.
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MHA creates new division for women safety 25.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Months after Kathua and Unnao rapes that triggered a countrywide public ire, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Friday created a new division to deal with all issues of women safety in coordination with relevant ministries, departments and state governments.
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MHA creates new division to address issues of women security 25.5.2018 General News
Amid rising concerns over women safety, the Home Ministry has created a new division to address issues related to security of women comprehensively. A home ministry statement said the division would deal with all aspects of women safety in coordination with the relevant ministries, departments and the state governments. The new division will deal with subjects like crimes against women, SCs & STs, crimes against children, elderly persons, anti-trafficking cell, matters relating to prison legislation and prison reforms, all schemes under NIRBHAYA fund, Crime and Criminal Tracking & Network System (CCTNS) and the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). A senior IAS officer, Punya Salila Srivastava, will head the division as joint secretary. In order to address offences against women particularly rape in a holistic and time-bound manner, the division would focus to enhance capacity of the existing administrative, investigative, prosecution and judicial machinery, along with ...
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Women Safety Division in MHA 25.5.2018 Govt of india: PIB
MHA has created a new Division to address issues of women safety comprehensively. This Division would deal with all aspects of women safety in coordination with relevant Ministries/Departments and State Governments.
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Congress opens door for all 24.5.2018 Central Chronicle
Suspended, sacked workers would get reentry in the party. Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Congress would give reentry to its suspended or sacked workers. Party workers and functionaries who have been suspended or sacked due to various reasons would have to submit a written application to entry co-ordination committee for getting reentry in Congress. Those workers and […]
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Jaipur: Man who raped Dailt woman let off with Rs 51,000 fine 23.5.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
A Dalit woman was allegedly raped by a man of her own village near Chanderia police station area in Chittorgarh district on Tuesday. The accused, Sitaram Jat, took the mentally ill woman on his motorcycle far away and raped her.   When they were returning between 4 pm and 5 pm they were spotted by the villager After seeing a man with a mentally ill woman, Jat was stopped by the villagers and the crowd started gathering at the place. When inquired, the man accepted the relationship with the woman and the panchayat imposed a fine of Rs 51,000 on Jat. After getting the information, the police also registered the case and have started investigating the matter. But, somehow, the video of the panchayat came on the social media. Swayam Sevi Sansthan along with the Gramin Mahila Vikas Sansthan examined the video. At first, the local public representatives denied the occurrence of such a case, but when the family members of the victim were asked about the matter, they told everything about the panchayat. They ...
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Congress-JD(S) will give stable govt in Karnataka, says HD Kumaraswamy 21.5.2018 Latest News
Congress-JD(S) formed 'unholy alliance' against people's mandate, says Amit Shah
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Congress- JD(S) formed 'unholy alliance' against people's mandate: Amit Shah 21.5.2018 General News
Terming the alliance of the Congress and the Janata Dal (Secular) (JD-S) as "'unholy", Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Monday said both the parties joined hands to come to power in Karnataka against the people's mandate.Shah, while addressing the media for the first time after their party leader B. S. Yeddyurappa announced his resignation ahead of the floor test in Karnataka, said the BJP emerged as the single largest party in the assembly polls, which clearly shows that the people's mandate was anti-Congress."The Congress crossed all limits in Karnataka assembly elections. The JD(S) formed an alliance with the Congress against the people's mandate. This is an 'unholy alliance'," Shah said.Further taking a jibe at the Congress-JD(S) alliance the BJP chief said the parties are celebrating for losing seats in Karnataka assembly polls."What is the Congress celebrating? More than half of their ministers lost, Chief Minister lost from one seat. Similarly, why is JDS ...
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Kathua rape: BJP leader walks barefoot for 5 hours for CBI probe; updates 21.5.2018 Latest News
Since his resignation as a minister in April, BJP leader Lal Singh has organised multiple rallies, candlelight marches and protests to demand a CBI probe into the Kathua case
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BJD's 'misrule' will be exposed in Odisha: BJP 20.5.2018 General News
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Odisha on May 26 to mark the fourth anniversary of his government, the BJP said today that it will expose the BJD's "misrule" in the state and highlight the central government's achievements during the past four years. "While the economic growth is remarkable, the country has surged ahead in all sectors during the past 48 months of BJP-led government," claimed a resolution adopted at the BJP's two-day state executive meeting on its concluding day today. Expressing gratitude to Modi for choosing Cuttack to celebrate the four years of his government, it said all sections of society, including women, youth, farmers, Dalits and tribals are enjoying the fruits of development in the BJP rule. Hitting out at the BJD dispensation, BJP leader and Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who attended the meeting, said the party would launch a campaign across the state to "expose" the Naveen Patnaik government and highlight the Centre's ...
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100 mass organisations to hold protest in state capitals against Modi govt on May 23 18.5.2018 General News
Over 100 mass organisations will hold marches in all state capitals on May 23 to protest against the "anti-people" policies being pursued by the central government. The Jan Ekta Jan Adhikar Andolan (JEJAA), an umbrella organisation consisting of trade unions, peasant organisations, agricultural workers, state and central government employees, bank and insurance workers, college and university teachers, students, women, Dalits, Adivasis, and environmentalists, would observe 'Protest Day' on May 23. "The protest day would be the launch of a series of struggles with the aim of making the government accountable for the devastating impact of its policies and betraying the people especially workers, peasants, women, and youths by its false promises. The campaign would put forward the slogan...either the government changes its policies or people would change the government," said Hannan Mollah, a member of the JEJAA coordination committee. The leaders of JEJAA also accused the BJP-RSS of ...
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"Divisive" BJP Making People Fight Among Themselves, Alleges Rahul Gandhi 18.5.2018 NDTV News - India-news
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today accused the BJP of dividing people and making them fight among themselves, alleging that the situation in the country was deteriorating and the Dalits and tribals...
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'Divisive' BJP making people fight among themselves: Rahul 18.5.2018 General News
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today accused the BJP of dividing people and making them fight among themselves, alleging that the situation in the country was deteriorating and the Dalits and tribals were being attacked. He also questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "silence" on various issues, including the alleged rape of a girl in Unnao by a BJP MLA. "The atmosphere in the country is deteriorating. Dalits, adivasis (tribals), women and youth are being attacked. Wherever the BJP is in power, it is dividing people and making them fight among themselves," he alleged. The Congress president was answering questions posed by his party's booth-level workers in Bilaspur. "A BJP MLA from Uttar Pradesh raped a woman, but the prime minister does not even utter a word. When a PM does not give direction, a country becomes direction-less. "When the PM does not say anything in the Una case, in the Rohit Vemula case and when the Dalits are attacked, then they (accused) feel what they were doing
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`Divisive` BJP making people fight among themselves: Rahul Gandhi 18.5.2018 Zee News : India National
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today accused the BJP of dividing people and making them fight among themselves, alleging that the situation in the country was deteriorating and the Dalits and tribals were being attacked. He also questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "silence" on various issues, including the alleged rape of a girl in Unnao by a BJP MLA.
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Khattar hails BJP's good show in Karnataka elections 15.5.2018 General News
Hailing the BJP's impressive performance in Karnataka Assembly polls, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said today that the party has been marching ahead since 1996 and today nearly three-quarter of the country is ruled by it and its allies. "If we look at the history of the BJP and the strength it has gained today, Congress never gained such strength in its history," Khattar claimed, addressing party workers at the BJP office in Panchkula after returning from a two-nation tour. He said the BJP and its allies are governing 21 states. "Since 1996, the party has been marching forward and today 70 per cent of the states are ruled by the BJP and its allies," he said. The BJP today emerged the single-largest party after the results of Karnataka polls were declared but fell short of a majority. The Congress offered support to the third-placed JD(S) to form the government to keep the BJP out of power. However, the suspense in Karnataka continues as it was still not clear who will
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Karnataka verdict makes Congress' task harder for 2019 elections (News Analysis) 15.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
The results of Karnataka assembly polls must have came as a disappointment for the Congress party and its ambitions for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, but it can take some solace from the fact that it was able to deny the Bhartiya Janata Party an outright victory in the crucial southern state.
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1 in 3 teenage girls fears sexual assault in public places in India 15.5.2018 General News
One in three adolescent girls in India is concerned about sexual harassment in public places while one in five fears physical assault, even rape, according to a new study. The data was collected in a survey -- WINGS 2018: World of India's Girls -- a study on the perception of girls' safety in public spaces, conducted by 'Save the Children' NGO. The report also found that more than two-thirds of adolescent girls from urban and rural areas said they would confide in their mother if they face harassment in a public space. Nearly two out of five said that if their parents found out about an incident of harassment in a public space, they would restrict their movement outside of home. The study included surveys with more than 4,000 adolescent girls and boys in India as well as 800 parents of adolescent girls, which was conducted across six states, 30 cities and 84 villages in 12 districts of Delhi-NCR, Maharashtra, Telangana, West Bengal, Assam and Madhya Pradesh. Union Minister Hardeep ...
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