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Jammu and Kashmir crisis: No talks with separatists or those demanding `azadi`, Modi govt tells Supreme Court 28.4.2017 Zee News : States
The Supreme Court said it will ask the government not to use pellet guns in Jammu and Kashmir if there was no violence, no stone throwing and students return to classes.
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No withdrawal of pellet guns till violence, stone throwing on: SC 28.4.2017 Deccan Herald - National
The Supreme Court on Friday said it cannot order withdrawal of pellet guns till violence, agitation and stone throwing are on in Jammu and Kashmir. The government, for its part, asserted it cannot talk to any separatist. It also maintained the security forces cannot be withdrawn from J & K because of it being a border state. "If confrontation continues, no conversation can continue. If you keep throwing stones and burning down schools, nothing would happen. If we direct withdrawal of pellet guns, you tell us what are the steps that you are going to take," a three-judge bench presided over Chief Justice J S Khehar asked the J&K Bar Association. The court said the Bar Association cant say that the problem is complex, it is the minor player and the whole state is involved into it. The Bar Association has moved the court for direction to the security forces to stop use of pellet guns. "This is (going to create) history. You can play a role and you will be remembered for times to come," the bench, also ...
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Pellet guns case: SC asks J&K HC Bar to suggest steps to stop violent agitation; govt says no talks with separatists 28.4.2017 Zee News : States
The Supreme Court said it was aware that the situation in Kashmir Valley was not very palatable while posting the matter for further hearing on May 9.
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Ready to withdraw pellet guns if J&K Bar Association takes one positive step: SC 28.4.2017 Deccan Herald - National
The Supreme Court on Friday said it would order immediate withdrawal of pellet guns, if the Jammu and Kashmir Bar Association took one positive step in stopping violence, agitation and stone throwing in the state. "If confrontation continues, no conversation can continue. If you keep throwing stones and burning down schools, nothing would happen. If we direct withdrawal of pellet guns, you tell us what are the steps that you are going to take," a three-judge bench presided over Chief Justice J S Khehar told the association. The court said the Bar Association cant say that the problem is complex, it is the minor player and the whole state is involved into it. "This is (going to create) history. You can play a role and you will be remembered for times to come," the bench, also comprising Justices D Y Chandrachud and Sanjay Kishan Kaul told a host of counsel, representing the state bar. The Bar Association contended the Union government was not ready to talk and put a number of leaders in confinement. It ...
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Pellet guns case: SC asks J&K HC Bar to suggest steps to stop violent agitation; govt says won't talk with separatists 28.4.2017 Zee News : States
The Supreme Court said it was aware that the situation in Kashmir Valley was not very palatable while posting the matter for further hearing on May 9.
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Ready to talk to political parties, not separatists, in Kashmir: Govt to SC 28.4.2017 Latest News
During last hearing on April 10, Centre said it was exploring option to use rubber bullets on crowd
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Call for justice of rape victims fills the air of Imphal 28.4.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Call for justice of rape victims fills the air of Imphal
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Sukma attacks retaliation to sexual violence on tribal women, say Maoists 27.4.2017 Hindu: Other States
The also deny mutilating jawans’ bodies.
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Sukma attacks in retaliation to sexual violence on tribal women, say Maoists 27.4.2017 Hindu: Home
The also deny mutilating jawans’ bodies.
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North Korea agrees to first ever United Nations rights expert visit 27.4.2017 Latest News
Pyongyang ratified an international convention on the rights of disabled people last December
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HC summons CID senior officer to provide Bhangar probe details 27.4.2017 TOI: Calcutta Times
In yet another setback for the Bengal government, the Calcutta high court on Wednesday directed the additional director general, CID, to appear before it on May 10 with all details on the January 17 violence in Bhangar that claimed two lives.
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After USCIRF slams India, its member backs nation on religious harmony 27.4.2017 News
The dissenting statement on India comes from Tenzin Dorjee, a commissioner of the USCIRF
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Three convicted in murder case 27.4.2017 Hindu: Home
A Hassan court on Wednesday convicted three persons accused of murder. The quantum of punishment will be pronounced on Thursday. The convicted are Radha, Harish, and Lokesh of Dyavappanahalli near Hal...
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A solution in search of a problem 27.4.2017 Hindu: Opinion
The proposed new avatar of the National Commission for Backward Classes is unlikely to provide a credible and effective social justice architecture
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Hindu nationalist groups responsible for deterioration of religious tolerance in India: USCIRF 26.4.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Religious tolerance and religious freedom conditions "continued to deteriorate" in India in 2016, an independent bipartisan American body has claimed as it placed India in a list of dozen odd nations where religious freedom violations are severe. The US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in its annual report said that Hindu nationalist groups and their sympathisers perpetrated numerous incidents of intimidation, harassment, and violence against religious minority communities and Dalits. The Indian government for the past several years, including that of the previous Manmohan Singh regime, have dismissed the findings of this annual report, which has always been critical of religious freedom in India. New Delhi maintains that the Indian Constitution has granted religious freedom to every citizen. "In 2016, religious tolerance and religious freedom conditions continued to deteriorate in India," the report said. USCIRF, which has been established by the US Congress, but whose ...
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Religious tolerance deteriorated in India in 2016: USCIRF 26.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
New Delhi maintains that the Indian Constitution has granted religious freedom to every citizen
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Anti-Romeo squads to get bodycams 26.4.2017 Hindu: National
After much furore over alleged moral policing by the anti-Romeo squads while checking harassment of women, Uttar Pradesh police chief Sulkhan Singh has instructed policemen to use body cameras or vide...
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Same EVMs propelled AAP to power: Naidu on tampering charge 26.4.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu said today the AAP should not give the excuse of EVM manipulation for its defeat in the municipal elections as these were the same machines through which it had stormed to power in Delhi in 2015."It (AAP) is finding excuse for their defeat in EVMs. These were the same EVMs which had given them 67 of 70 seats in the Assembly election. That time it was fine but now you have lost, there is problem with EVMs," Naidu told reporters here as the BJP swept the municipal polls.Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had earlier said that "manipulation" of EVMs was the
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US loses 1st trade battle with Mexico in Trump era 26.4.2017 All News-IANS Stories
With the World Trade Organisation ruling in Mexico's favour, allowing it to impose trade sanctions worth $163 million a year against the US, the Trump administration lost its first trade battle with the neighbouring nation.
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Teacher shot dead, Imp-Moreh road bandh on 26.4.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Teacher shot dead, Imp-Moreh road bandh on
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