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Vol. XLVI No. 20, 2008-08-17
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MODI RESPONSIBLE FOR SURAT BOMBS: SANKARACHARYA
 
The Sankaracharya of Puri Swami Adhokssjananda Devtirth on August 4 alleged that all unexploded bombs found in Surat were design of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. Talking to newsmen in Guwahati the Sankaracharya said he had reasons to believe that all these unexploded bombs were meant for spreading communal tension. “For this I am accusing Mr Modi, who is working on an agenda to repeat Godhra kind of situation as the election is nearing. I appeal to the Central government to ke... More
 
 
 
27 US LAWMAKERS WANT MODI'S VISA BAN EXTENDED
 
Washington D.C. based Coalition Against Genocide (CAG) which is widely campaigning on Capitol Hill has bagged support from 27 more US lawmakers in urging the State Department to continue the ban on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi from entering the United States. In an important rebuke to Mr. Modi, 27 prominent lawmakers led by Congressman Joseph Pitts (R-PA) have urged the State Department to once again reaffirm its decision to keep Mr Modi from entering the United States. It was repor... More
 
 
 
THACKERAY, SHIV SENA, BJP, ABVP FUNDED NAXALS ?
 
The narcoanalysis report of suspected Naxalite Arun Ferreira has thrown up sensational revelations about the funding of Naxal activities. So far two narco tests have been conducted on Bandra resident Ferreira who was arrested from Nagpur on May 8, 2007 for suspected Naxal activities. The last one by Bangalore Forensic Science Laboratory was in September last year and has been cited as ground to keep Ferreira in custody for prosecution. According to this narco report, when Ferreira was ... More
 
 
 
JIH EXPRESSES GRIEF OVER TEMPLE STAMPEDE INCIDENT
 

Mr Nusrat Ali, Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Hind expressed shock and grief over the stampede at the Naina Devi Temple in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh in which over 145 people were killed and many others injured. In a press statement issued on August 4, Mr. Nusrat Ali offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed and injured in the incident, and described the rumour s of a landslide as a very irresponsible and condemnable act which actually triggered a stamp... More

 
 
 
MUSLIMS URGED TO AVAIL THEMSELVES OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
 
Former Chief Justice of India A.M. Ahmadi said Muslims have let down the constitution by not availing of rights enshrined therein. “We have let down the constitution, the constitution hasn’t let us down. We have not used our constitutional rights to our advantage. We have not seriously tried to avail our legal entitlements,” Justice Ahmadi said after releasing a book, A Guide To Uplift Minorities published by Human Welfare Trust at the Capital’s India Islami... More
 
 
 
STAY ON TRIBUNAL'S ORDER TO LIFT BAN ON SIMI IS SHOCKING: JIH
 
Mr Nusrat Ali, Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Hind described the government’s hastily approaching to Supreme Court for staying Delhi High Court Tribunal’s ruling that had lifted the ban on the Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) as ‘shocking’ and ‘disheartening’, a JIH statement said on August 6.
Expressing surprise over the government’s deplorable attitude to stay tribunal’s order, Mr Nusrat Ali pointed out, &ldquo... More
 
 
 
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SIMI the Long Wait for JusticeEDITORIAL
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