Tejashwi threatens assembly boycott for 5 Years, says Nitish should be ashamed of police action

“He (Nitish) should be ashamed of the inhuman actions of the Patna police who not only thrashed opposition leaders but also removed sarees of women legislators and molested them,” alleged Tejashwi Yadav. PATNA — Leader of opposition in Bihar Assembly Tejashwi Yadav on Wednesday said he will boycott the assembly for the next five years if Chief Minister Nitish Kumar did not apologise publicly for the barbaric acts committed by the Patna police on his directions. “He should be ashamed of the inhuman actions of the Patna police who not only…

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9 Thai Tablighi Jamaatis discharged by Court, no evidence found for trial

All the accused, who belong to Thailand, had earlier been granted bail. LUCKNOW — A Lucknow court has discharged nine foreigners belonging to the Tablighi Jamaat from the cases lodged against them during the Covid outbreak in the country. The nine had been booked for allegedly committing various offences and breaching provisions of the Foreigners Act and Epidemic Act last year. Chief Judicial Magistrate Sushil Kumari, while discharging the nine, however, stipulated that their bail bonds and personal bonds would be discharged only after the appropriate action by the Central government.…

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Five Muslim candidates win Valpoi Municipal Council elections in Goa

By MM correspondent New Delhi: As many as five Muslim candidates have emerged as victorious on 5 out of 10 seats in the Valpoi Municipal Council. The winning candidates have been identified as Shaikh Idris ,Sharafat Khan, Sarfaraz Sayyad, Vasiyuddin Sayad and  Shaizin Shaikh. All of them are members of BJP. They were supported by BJP minister Vishwajeet Rane. As per the media reports, senior BJP councilor Riyaz Beig has also managed to retain his seat in Bicholim municipality . Elections were held on six municipal councils, the Corporation of City…

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34 students from Jamia’s Residential Coaching Academy clears UPSC Mains Exam 2020

New Delhi: As many as 34 students from Jamia Millia Islamia’s Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) have cleared the Civil Services (Main) Examination and qualified for Civil Services (interview) Examination 2020. Eight students of Jamia Hamdard’s Residential Coaching Academy (JHRCA) have also cleared the aforementioned exam. According to a statement by Jamia Millia Islamia, the RCA will conduct a series of mock interviews and interactive sessions for the qualified students “with the help of senior/retired bureaucrats and academicians”. Last year 30 students of the RCA were finally selected in civil services exam.…

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Jamiat’s dilly-dallying on sharing details of beneficiaries casts doubts on its scholarship scheme claims

By Hasan Akram New Delhi: Maulana Arshad Madani-led Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind (JUH) has made a tall  claim that it had distributed scholarships  worth one crore rupees among 656 students from its ‘Taleemi Imdadi Fund’. It further claimed that for the first time it also gave scholarship to a “large number” of non-Muslim students too. However, after due scrutiny, the JUH’s claim seems to be partially true. Muslim Mirror made repeated attempts to independently verify the figure of recipients. It sought scholarship details from JUH office bearers. But they failed to provide…

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