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Two persons were killed, one of them in police firing, and 10 others injured while around 50 houses were ransacked and set ablaze along with many vehicles following a communal clash in a village in Gujarat's Patan district on Saturday evening, police said.

Two Killed, 10 Injured in Communal Violence in Gujarat

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yesterday at 23:17. Facebook
Yesterday Rahul Tripathi reported in Indian Express that Ajmer blast Convict Sunil Joshi met Yogi Adityanath. And Today Bharti Jain from TOI is giving Yogi an alibi. Says Yogi had shrugged off RSS terrorist Sunil Joshi when he met him at Gorakhpur to seek his help to “arrange some SIM cards and weapons.

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yesterday at 23:04. Facebook
Will Apex Court give relief to students from Urdu medium who won't be able to appear for NEET exam?

Exclusion of Urdu in NEET Exam: Fate of Muslim Students Uncertain

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yesterday at 22:54. Facebook
University Grants Commission's new policy on MPhil and PhD admissions will hurt research for decades to come, warn academics.

JNU is on strike against drastic cut in research seats, but all universities will be hit

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yesterday at 20:41. Facebook
Bhakts pass off a Guatemalan mob lynching video as one of a Marwadi woman being burnt alive by a Muslim mob

Bhakts pass off a Guatemalan mob lynching video as one of a Marwadi woman being burnt alive by a Muslim mob - Alt News

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yesterday at 14:57. Facebook
Modi and Adityanath will lead the innocent sanghi tribe of acquitted?

Muzaffarnagar riot cases against innocent will be withdrawn: Suresh Rana

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yesterday at 14:33. Facebook
Chief among these are the four Kumbh Melas, held in Haridwar, Allahabad, Nashik and Ujjain. Millions of people attend each fair. To ensure that they go off smoothly, Central funds are routed through state governments to pay for constructions on the mela grounds, facilities for pilgrims and security. In 2014, for instance, the Centre spent about Rs 1,150 crore and the Uttar Pradesh government...
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Apart from the Haj, India subsidises a range of pilgrimages – most of them Hindu

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yesterday at 14:23. Facebook
Adityanath announces Rs 1 lakh assistance for Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims. #HinduAppeasement

Adityanath announces Rs 1 lakh assistance for Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims, his minister wants Hajj subsidy to end

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yesterday at 14:14. Facebook
To quote a 10 August 1948 report published in The Times, London: “2,37,000 Muslims were systematically exterminated – unless they escaped to Pakistan along the border – by the forces of the Dogra State headed by the Maharaja in person and aided by Hindus and Sikhs. This happened in October 1947, five days before the Pathan invasion and nine days before the Maharaja’s accession to india.”...
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The killing fields of Jammu: How Muslims become a minority in the region

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yesterday at 14:10. Facebook
Yogi Adityanath’s appointment beginning of Hindu State? Jurist Fali Nariman asks PM Modi

Yogi Adityanath's appointment beginning of Hindu State? Jurist Fali Nariman asks PM Modi

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yesterday at 14:04. Facebook
As far as I know buffalo and mutton are legal. Why then is the government insistent on shutting down these businesses? I am told they are cleaning up the trade. Will illegal cart vendors, selling sweets, gur and other fare that attract swarms of flies also attract the attention of "Swachch Bharat" brigands?

In Times of Adityanath, a Look at Kebabs, Crocodile Meat & More

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yesterday at 14:02. Facebook
'We are again in a climate that questions the value and scope of academic freedom': Hamid Ansari

'We are again in a climate that questions the value and scope of academic freedom': Hamid Ansari

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yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
Himanshu Kumar tweeted on March 22 that there was a “rush among senior officers to suspend/send to reserve lines all police personnel who have ‘Yadav’ surname.

IPS officer suspended after tweeting Yadav caste cops were being targeted in UP

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yesterday at 13:50. Facebook
The meat sellers are piqued over the crackdown on slaughter houses which has adversely hit the livelihood of lakhs of people

Lucknow: Meat sellers go on strike protesting slaughterhouse crackdown

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yesterday at 13:49. Facebook
Christian Cemetery in Allahabad Vandalised, Crosses Destroyed

Christian Cemetery in Allahabad Vandalised, Crosses Destroyed

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yesterday at 13:00. Facebook
A senior Hamas official was shot dead near his home in the Gaza Strip on Friday, the group said, blaming Israel for the slaying.

Senior Hamas operative slain in Gaza Strip; group blames Israel

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yesterday at 12:45. Facebook
Israel has not taken any steps to halt illegal settlement building on occupied Palestinian territory as demanded by the Security Council, the United Nations said on Friday,

UN: Israel ignores demand to stop settlement building

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yesterday at 12:30. Facebook
Iraqi soldiers have fought boys as young as 10 in Mosul. But being used by IS to kill is only one of many grim fates awaiting city's youth

Turning kids into killers: IS creates lost generation of Iraqi youth

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yesterday at 12:15. Facebook
Influential religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr has told thousands of supporters in Iraq's capital, Baghdad, that he will boycott upcoming elections unless the country's electoral law is changed.

Muqtada al-Sadr threatens to boycott Iraq elections

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yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
United Nations envoy Staffan de Mistura has warned not to expect "miracles" as a new round of UN-backed talks between rival sides in Syria's conflict resumed amid ongoing fighting across the country.

'No miracles' in Geneva talks as Syria fighting rages

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