Bihar: JD(U) MLC Gulam Rasool Balyawi receives threat calls

Patna: Janata Dal (United) MLC Gulam Rasool Balyawi has filed a complaint at Patna’s Kotwali police station after he claimed receiving threatening calls from the underworld, the police said on Monday. Raj Kishore Singh, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) law and order, said Balyawi received threatening calls from three different numbers on Sunday, and the caller introduced himself as Chhota Shakeel. “We have put all three numbers under surveillance. These are Indian numbers and look to be local. However, the caller identified himself as underworld don Chhota Shakeel,” Singh said. The…

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Manufactured ‘Love Jehad’ to incite hatred against Muslims

By Adv Masood Peshimam Love is an English word and jihad is an Arabic word meaning the struggle or striving or to control over the self. The other concept of jehad is identified with the holy war.With the alteration of socio- political compulsions the concepts like Jehad,dharm yuddh and crusade have been rendered obsolete and irrelevant. The contemporary political culture has no space whatsoever with the content and substance of the religious war more so in India where the greater multi faith interaction and enhanced social mingling have failed the…

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Delhi Police arrests allegedly a ‘SIMI terrorist’, who has authored and translated over 30 books

By Syed Zubair Ahmad Aligarh/New Delhi, Dec 7: Apparently in a desperate bid  to divert people’s attention from the ongoing  farmers’ protest  the Delhi Police has claimed to have arrested allegedly a ‘terrorist’ of the banned and defunct  Students’ Islamic Movement of India. ’50 year-old accused Abdullah Danish had been on the run for the last 19 years, said a statement of Delhi Police. Abdullah was “one of the most elusive members” of the “terrorist” group SIMI and was wanted for sedition in the national capital, said  a senior police officer…

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Heritage of Bijapur : Ruins have eyes

By Anees Maniyar From, the sky-kissing palaces in the city, to the dust-biting burials in the graveyard, there is something in common; that’s brevity. The spacious chambers, the courtyards, the pavilions, gardens, and everything that once added stars to the beauty of the palaces is now in ruins. Their patrons have shifted themselves permanently to the graveyards to become one with the earth. Their relentless pursuit of worldly pleasures yielded them nothing but a fistful of dust for their mouths. Wandering aimlessly inside the graveyard of Shahnur town, of Haveri…

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