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SC Rohingya refugee camps report

SC directs Center to file detailed report” on Rohingya’s refugee camps

The Supreme Court today directed the Center to file a “comprehensive status report” giving details of conditions in Rohingya refugee camps in various states.A bench comprising the Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud considered the submission of senior advocate Colin Gonsalves that conditions at the camps are unhygienic

Rakhine killed Myanmar police open fire Riot Yangon

7 ethnic Rakhine killed as Myanmar police open fire at riot’ Yangon

7 ethnic Rakhine killed. Myanmar police opened fire on a crowd of ethnic Rakhine Buddhists as they tried to seize a government office, in unrest that left seven dead and injured around a dozen more, police said.Several thousand Buddhist protesters had gathered yesterday for a ceremony in Mrauk U, an ancient temple complex that has

BHU student leader arrest

Burning Varanasi: Clash erupts on BHU student leader arrest

BHU student leader arrest: Tension prevailed on the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus that witnessed violence after a group of students went on the rampage, set a school bus ablaze, and damaged several vehicles. Violence erupted after a student leader was arrested. A school bus was set afire, several shops inside the campus vandalised and CCTV

Twitter plans new rules to curb violence, abuse

Twitter plans new rules to curb violence, abuse

After Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced plans to act more aggressively on violence and sexual abuse, the micro-blogging website has now detailed new rules it will implement soon.In an internal email which was obtained by Wired.com, Twitter’s head of safety policy has emailed members of its Trust and Safety Council on new rules to promote

Have to prove in court if Honeypreet played role in post August 25 violence: Panchkula Police Commissioner

Panchkula Police Commissioner A.S. Chawla on Friday said that the police was focussing on proving in the court if Honeypreet Insan had a role in ambushing violence following the sentencing of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. “It isn’t a news story for us; we have to prove in the court if Honeypreet

violence arunachal bandh

Violence during bandh in Arunachal

Itanagar, Sept 19, Violence arunachal bandh. Violence marred the dawn-to-dusk statewide bandh as normal life came to a halt in Arunachal Pradesh following the bandh called by the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU).In the state capital, bandh supporters damaged several vehicles including torching a state transport bus and a private vehicle during morning hours,

Let the people talk, We did our job very well: Manohar Lal Khattar

Let the people talk, We did our job very well: Manohar Lal Khattar

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met BJP chief Amit Shah in Delhi where he briefed about situation of last days and also discussed the current situation in Haryana. While giving the answers to media persons he said that we had complied with the court order. He responded on the demands for his resignation by

Violence in the name of faith will not be tolerated: PM Modi

Violence in the name of faith will not be tolerated: PM Modi

Violence in the name of religion will not be bared. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses nation 35th time in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ Programme. He showed his conceren over the violence occurred in Haryana and Punjab. PM Modi said Reports of violence heard from one part of country and its natural to got concerned.India is a

With Baba in prison, Sirsa recovering from violence

With Baba in prison, Sirsa recovering from violence

There is no report of violence since last night in Sirsa, which houses the Dera Sacha Sauda headquarters, police said, asserting that the situation is under control in the district. At least 30 people were killed and 250 injured in widespread violence, arson and police firing in Haryana yesterday, triggered by the conviction of Dera

Mob torches 20 trucks after cyclist dies in accident

Mob torches 20 trucks after cyclist dies in accident

A mob staged a road blockade and set 20 trucks on fire on Jhargram-Midnapore road after a truck loaded with sand hit a cyclist and critically injured him yesterday evening, police said.The accident happened under the jurisdiction of Kotwali police station in West Midnapore district. The critically injured cyclist was taken to Midnapore Medical College

West Bengal Congress, BJP, Left delegations to visit violence-hit areas

WB: Congress, BJP, Left delegations to visit violence-hit areas

A delegation of opposition parties will visit the violence-hit areas of North 24 Parganas district today. The Left Front delegation will be led by CPI (M) MP Mohammed Salim, Left Front legislative party leader Sujan Chakraborty will represent his cadre, Congress will be represented by Adheer Ranjan Cahudhary and Rupa Ganguly will be the face

Girl caught searching porn

Girl caught searching porn at school, the reason will blow your mind

A Texas man was arrested after a 9-year-old relative was caught at school searching pornography to learn about what the creep had been doing to her, court documents reveal. Anthony Garay, 31, of San Antonio, faces charges of continuous sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony, the San Antonio Express-News reports. He remained jailed as


BJP blamed Mayawati for latest violence in sahranpur

24 people has arrested till now in case of violence in Saharanpur of uttarpradesh.The violence for the fourth time in three weeks between two caste of people, one has dead and many have injured in violence. Some special caste people who were returning after the BSP president Mayawati rally were also attacked.BJP has blamed Mayawati

Violence, deserted booths in Ganderbal town

Ganderbal (Kashmir);Army was called out to help security forces contain a rampaging mob which pelted stones and hurled petrol bombs to set a polling booth ablaze in the Ganderbal district of the Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, as violence marred polling for the byelections. Voting was affected in urban areas as the polling staff and security

Violence, protests mar Trump’s inauguration day; 217 arrested

Washington: Over 200 protesters were arrestedas brick-throwing vandals torched a vehicle and damaged half- dozen stores after a series of protests marring Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony gave way to violent street clashes here in the US. Six police officers were also injured and at least two police officers and another person in downtown Washington were

Five injured in fresh Kashmir violence

Srinagar: Five persons, including a 65-year-old man, were on Wednesday injured in fresh violence that erupted here between protesters and security forces, officials said. A police officer said one of the injured Ghulam Ahmad, 65, was taken to a hospital in critical condition. Police said a clash erupted in Soura area of Srinagar when security

US urges all parties in Pakistan to refrain from violence

Washington: The US has asked all parties in Pakistan to refrain from violence even as it reiterated its support to freedom of expression and right to peaceful protest. “The United States will continue to support freedom of assembly and freedom of expression. It’s well documented that we do that. We talk about it every day,

Parikrama bassist explores theme of violence with debut single

New Delhi: “Bonzo”, a new single by popular Indian rock and roll band Parikrama’s bassist Gaurav Balani, was inspired by some gardeners beating up stray dogs. The artiste says the track touches upon violence in society in general. Of the song, Balani told IANS: “This particular single was inspired by some gardeners beating up a

Repression of Kashmiris will not end violence: Omar

Srinagar: National Conference working president Omar Abdullah today said the “unabated repression” of civilians in Kashmir seemed like an effort to punish people for the ongoing unrest, but would only prolong the cycle of violence that has left the Valley on the boil. “Nocturnal raids, imposing slapping of Public Safety Acts indiscriminately, ransacking peoples’ homes

Minor’s body found with pellet wounds in fresh Kashmir violence

Srinagar: A class seventh student was allegedly killed, with pellet wounds found in his body, in a late Friday clash with security forces in a hilly village on the peripheries of Srinagar city, officials and witnesses said on Saturday.The death, which took the toll to 89 in the ongoing Kashmir unrest, triggered massive demonstrations in