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Under saffron nationalism, cow at centre of India's violent social upheaval 30.4.2017 Latest News
As nationalism surges in India, cows are protected but minorities not so much
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Cops issue look-out notice for informer Basi 30.4.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Honour killing claim: Yoga trainer now at peace with kin 30.4.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Tumult before triumph 30.4.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Allahabad HC shifts 400 judicial officers 30.4.2017 Allahabad - City - The Times of India
The Allahabad high court has transferred close to 400 judicial officers, nearly half of them of the additional district and sessions judge rank, in a major reshuffle in the lower judiciary in Uttar Pradesh.
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Man killed over cell phone worth Rs 2,000 29.4.2017 DNA: Top News
A damaged cell phone and the fist fight that ensued reduced life's worth to a mere RS 2,000. Late in the night on Friday, Rohit Kumar Sahani, 30, was allegedly killed by Faizal Sheikh, 28, owner of a mobile repair shop, over a phone worth Rs 2,000, which was given for repair at his Malad shop. Kurar police revealed that the duo got into a fist fight and Sahani died of internal injuries. According to police, Sahani, a resident of Malad and a digital board manufacturer went to demand his cellphone from Sheikh, which had been with him for a month. When Sheikh informed him that he will take longer to repair it, Sahani began demanding a new one, leading to the brawl and eventual fight. "We have booked the accused under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code and are investigating further," said LT Vhanamane, Senior Inspector, Kurar police ...
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16-year-old gags, rapes seven-year-old in Mumbai 29.4.2017 Hindu: News
Victim, his neighbour, had stepped out to buy matches
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Underworld connection found in KaropadyGram Panchayat vice-president’s murder 29.4.2017 Hindu: News
Vitla police have arrested 11 persons in this connection
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11 arrested for Karopady Gram Panchayat VP's murder 29.4.2017 Deccan Herald - District
Less than 10 days after the sensational murder of Karopady Gram Panchayat vice president Abdul Jaleel Karopady on April 20, district police have succeeded in cracking the case. IGP (Western range) P Harishekaran told media on Saturday that 11 suspects have been arrested in the case: Rajesh Nayak, a resident of Bethamane Mittanadka near Karopady, and his accomplices Narasimha Shetty, Prajwal, Pushparaj, Sachin, Roshan, Satish Rai, Puneeth, Keshav, Prashanth and Vachan. The first two were arrested in Udupi on Saturday and revealed the murder mystery, leading to the arrest of others in the case. Among the suspects, Rajesh, Narasimha and Satish have criminal antecedents with rowdy sheets opened against them in Vittal station years ago. Rajesh owns a shamiyana shop at Kana. Elaborating on the motive, IGP said that there were two motives - both political and personal, with underworld fugitive Vikky Shetty hatching the murder conspiracy. Rajesh Nayak, the main suspect in the case, was fuming against Jaleel for ...
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Allahabad HC orders transfer of 368 judicial officers 29.4.2017 New Kerala: India News
Allahabad HC orders transfer of 368 judicial officers
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Youth caught setting fire to bikes 29.4.2017 Hindu: Cities
Alert staff members of Alankar Threatre, at Kammavari Pete in Hosakote, chased and caught a 20-year-old youth, who allegedly poured petrol on eight motorcycles parked at the threatre premises, during ...
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'J&K stone pelters part of pan-Islamic intifada movement' 29.4.2017 Zee News : States
Kashmiri stone pelters are part of "global terrorism" and a larger "pan-Islamic intifada fundamentalist movement", a frontal organisation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits said here on Saturday.
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JK stone pelters part of pan-Islamic intifada movement: Ashwani Chrungoo 29.4.2017 deccanherald.com
Kashmiri stone pelters are part of "global terrorism" and a larger "pan-Islamic intifada fundamentalist movement", a frontal organisation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits said here today. Ashwani Chrungoo, president, Panun Kashmir told reporters that while stone pelting was not new in Kashmir (its origin dating back to 1931), stone pelters in contemporary times are part of a larger pan-Islamic intifada fundamentalist movement and global terrorism. "Stone pelting has been a part of politics in Kashmir since 1931. Today stone pelting has been adopted as a means to cover the terrorism movement in Kashmir," he said. "The minority community of Pandits were the first target of this stone pelting culture, and then (when the Pandits were forced out of the valley), the practice was used to settle scores with political rivals in the state," he said. Chrungoo was here to meet displaced Kashmiris settled in Gujarat as well as city mayor Gautam Shah to discuss issues pertaining to the Kashmir situation. The Panun ...
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Gained in translation 29.4.2017 Hindu: Home
The staircase of translation is fraught; sometimes a whole step might be missing
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Nearly 400 judicial officers transferred in Uttar Pradesh 29.4.2017 Allahabad - City - The Times of India
The reshuffle has been markedly comprehensive in the districts like Jhansi, Banda, Moradabad and Sitapur - each of them having six ADJs to have been shifted elsewhere.
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Chhattisgarh: Days after Sukma attack, CRPF arrests four Naxals 29.4.2017 DNA: Mumbai
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Saturday arrested four Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district during a search operation. The arrest comes days after the deadly Sukma attack where 25 CRPF personnel were killed in an encounter with Naxals. The attack took place on personnel of the CRPF's 74th Battalion on Monday as they were assisting the local population in road building and clearing activity in the district. A high-level meeting on anti-naxal operation was also held on Friday which was chaired by Special Director-General (anti-naxal operation) DM Awasthi. Inspector General Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Bastar Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), Dantewada Superintendent of Police (SP) and District Magistrate were also present in the meeting. Taking cognizance of the Sukma attack, the government earlier assured action against the perpetrators of the 'cold-blooded murder' while stating that the Centre if needed would review and also revise the Left Wing ...
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As Hindu nationalism surges, cows are protected but minorities not so much 29.4.2017 Latest News
Today, this mammal is at the centre of country's increasingly violent social upheaval
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Chhattisgarh: CRPF arrests four Naxals in Bijapur 29.4.2017 New Kerala: India News
Chhattisgarh: CRPF arrests four Naxals in Bijapur
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Nearly 400 judicial officers transferred in Uttar Pradesh 29.4.2017 Zee News : States
The Allahabad High Court has transferred close to 400 judicial officers, nearly half of them of the Additional District and Sessions Judge rank, in a major reshuffle in the lower judiciary in Uttar Pradesh.
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Would not talking to separatists help improve Kashmir situation? (News Analysis) 29.4.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Would the central government's assertion that talks to improve the situation in Kashmir can only be held with mainstream political parties -- and not separatists -- have a positive impact in the Valley?
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