The NIA, which arrested 45 of the 109 leaders and activists of the PFI on Thursday during a nationwide crackdown with the ED and the police across 15 states, has seized documents revealing that prominent Hindu leaders were on target. Read more »
NIA and the ED on Thursday carried out nationwide raids against terror-funding suspects and arrested more than 100 Popular Front of India (PFI) activists. PFI Chairman OMA Salam and State president CP Muhammad Basheer were taken into custody from Malappuram’s Manjeri. Read more »
The issue was uncovered when Rajagopal attempted to sell his 1 acre 2 cents of his land but couldn’t as he was told by the Registrar’s office that the land did not belong to him but the Waqf Board. Read more »
A Varanasi district court on Monday ruled in favour of the Hindu side and stated that their plea in the Gyanvapi mosque-Shringar Gauri mandir case is maintainable. Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, representing the Hindu side in the Gyanvapi mosque case, told the media. Read more »
When a person went to the registrar’s office to register the sale of his land in Thiruchenthurai village near Trichy, he was told that the entire village is Waqf Board and he can’t sell his land without a no objection certificate from the board Read more »
A delegation of HJS and activists of other Hindu organisations handed over a petition seeking immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him at various places in Maharashtra. Read more »
Hyderabad Police said that Raja Singh has been detained under the Preventive Detention Act as per the orders of the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad City, and has been lodged in the Central Prison at Cherlapally in Hyderabad. Read more »
The district administration has also informed Coast Guard and Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB) regarding the incident. Read more »
Basically, the MHA asserted that the claims of shifting Rohingyas to EWS flats and giving them refugee cards are not true. It made clear that Rohingyas are ‘illegal foreigners’ illegally staying in India, and they will be deported, not be given refugee status. Read more »
A Missionary school in Mangaluru, Karnataka has been embroiled in a controversy after some of the school teachers reportedly forced students to remove the Rakhis tied to their wrists and threw them in the dustbin. Read more »
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