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Vol. XLVII No. 40, 2010-01-17
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NRIs CAN VOTE BY NEXT ELECTION
 
Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh invited non-resident Indians (NRIs) to join politics and public life in their country of origin while inaugurating the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas. Singh said, “I recognise the legitimate desire of Indians living abroad to exercise their franchise. We are working on this issue and I sincerely hope that they will get a chance to vote by the time of the next general election.” After putting before the assembled NRIs the political rights bait, the Prim... More
 
 
 
AFMI DELEGATION MEETS PRESIDENT
 
A delegation of members of American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) on January 4 called on President Pratibha Patil to apprise her of the issues facing Indian Muslims. The President expressed her concern about issues related to welfare of Indian Muslims. In addition to laying stress on AFMI’s aim to achieve hundred per cent literacy in India, the delegation discussed issues regarding women’s empowerment and security and progress of minority, particularly Muslims. P... More
 
 
 
ASSAULT VICTIMS SEEK SUO MOTU ACTION AGAINST GUILTY
 

A group of Muslim women from Godhra has written to the Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court, requesting him to initiate suo motu action on the alleged physical and sexual assault on them by the Godhra police personnel. The signatories include six Muslim women, who claimed to have been among the several beaten up and sexually assaulted by the B-division Godhra town police, who had raided their homes. All are residents of Geni Palot and Hathila Palot in Godhra. They said in their reques... More

 
 
 
CBI HAS CLUES AGAINST SANATAN SANSTHA: CM
 
Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat said the CBI had found some clues indicating right-wing organisation Sanatan Sanstha’s involvement in the Margao blasts. “The CBI has found some clues against the Sanstha during its investigations in Maharashtra and Karnataka,” Kamat told reporters after visiting the Shirdi Saibaba temple. Asserting that the two deceased in the blasts were members of the Sanstha, the Goa Chief Minister said action will be taken against the organisation onc... More
 
 
 
'SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE AGAINST ENCOUNTER SPECIALIST'
 

Maharashtra Police have revealed that they have sufficient evidence against the encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma and five others for allegedly killing a man in fake encounter who was believed to be the aide of gangster Chhota Rajan in November 2006. Besides Sharma, constables Tanaji Desai, Ratnakar Kamble, Shailendra Pandey, Akeel Khan and Hitesh Solanki were arrested for kidnapping and murdering Ram Narayan Gupta alias Lakhan Bhaiya. They were remanded to police custody until January 14. ... More

 
 
 
RATHORE'S BAIL PLEA REJECTED
 

A Panchkula Court, in Harayana dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of former state police chief SPS Rathore, who molested Ruchika Girhotra, 19 years ago, leaving it open for the state police to arrest the accused at any time. Additional District and Sessions Judge Sanjeev Jindal dismissed the bail plea filed by Rathore after two fresh First Information Reports (FIRs) were registered against Rathore on December 29. Rathore was booked under non-bailable charges like attempt to murder... More

 
 
 
PUNJAB WAQF BOARD TO OPEN A SCHOOL IN LUDHIANA
 

Punjab Waqf Board will open a convent school in Ludhiana. This was disclosed by Izhar Alam, Chairman, Punjab Waqf Board, and former ADGP, Punjab, who visited the city along with other members of Waqf Board to hold a meeting with Shahi Imam Punjab, Habib-ur-Rehman Sani Ludhianvi. The chairman said, “It may take a few years to start this school as we will have to choose the place, construct the building etc. This school will be for one and all, but it will provide religious education as a... More

 
 
 
CBI FINALISES CHARGESHEET AGAINST SAJJAN KUMAR
 
The CBI has finalised its chargesheet against senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar for 1984 anti-Sikh riots case and is likely to submit it to the designated court soon. The chargesheet was finalised after receiving a nod from Delhi Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna recently to prosecute the Congress leader, an accused in the riots that shook the country 25 years ago after the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her bodyguards. “We have finalised the chargesheet and ... More
 
 
 
SP MUSLIM LEADERS SEEK AMAR'S EXPULSION
 
A group of Muslim leaders of the Samajwadi Party demanded expulsion of senior leader Amar Singh from the party, accusing him of damaging the interests of the organisation. “Mulayam Singh Yadav should accept the resignation of Singh from party posts and expel him from the party,” SP MLA from Amroha Mehboob Ali told the reporters. Ali said Singh has damaged the credibility of the party and is not accessible to the leaders. On Yadav ruling out accepting Singh’s resignati... More
 
 
 
APCR holds workshop in Guwahati
 
A two-day workshop of socio-legal workers was held at Hotel Monsoon Palace, Guwahati, under the banner of Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR), Assam Chapter on December 26 and 27 last. The resource persons of various fields trained the participants of the workshop.
The inaugural session, chaired by Mr. M. Shams Ahmed, President Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Assam Zone (North), was addressed by as chief guest Dr. Shayam Bhadra Medhi, North-East’s representative to Na... More
 
 
 
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A Straitened LifeGUIDANCE - II
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