GORAKHPUR: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered FIRs to be registered against doctors and administrative officers, including strangely enough the one doctor who worked long hours to save lives Dr Kafeel Khan, for the Gorakhp .. Read More

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TEXT OF THE SUPREME COURT MAJORITY DECLARATIONTHAT HAS DONE AWAY WITH TRIPLE TALAQ

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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court in a majority judgment has done away with the practice of triple talaq. The Citizen is publishing the declaration of what indeed is a path breaking judgement, that makes clear the courts reluctance to ... Read More

US-INDIA HUG TO GET TIGHTER: PLANS AFOOT FOR MATTIS TO REFUEL AIRCRAFT IN INDIA AND 'OPERATIONALISE' LEMOA

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NEW DELHI: The US-India military alliance is all set to get a major boost with the expected arrival here of US Defence Secretary James Mattis later this year, perhaps end September.

Preparations are reportedly afoot... Read More

THE ARMY IS NOW IN THE MIDST OF A COW DILEMMA

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NEW DELHI: Even as horrific reports of cows starving to death in gaushalas hits the media headlines, the Army is now worried about the fate of at least 25000 high quality cows and bulls it has to get rid off following the impendin... Read More

GOVT PRESSURED ME ON INDU SARKAR, BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN, UDTA PUNJAB, SMRITI IRANI'S EGO FORCED ME OUT: NIHALANI

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NEW DELHI: Former Censor Board Chief Pahlaj Nihalani, unceremoniously dumped by the government five months ahead of his tenure, has hit out at the government for continuous interference in the release of movies like Udta Punjab, B... Read More

UNITED STATES RAPS INDIA OVER RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

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NEW DELHI: The United States State Department released it annual International Religious Freedom report on Tuesday, drawing specific attention to increased attacks on minorities in a section focusing on India. “Authorities f... Read More

CHINA LINKS LADAKH TO DOKLAM: FIRST STEPS TO A 2 FRONT WAR?

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NEW DELHI: For media consumption the Ladakh incident between India and China was projected as little more than the hurling of abuse, and stone pelting by the armies of the two sides. But at the end of the two or more hours in whic... Read More

MADHYA PRADESH UNLEASHES TERROR IN NARMADA, YET THE RESISTANCE CONTINUES

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BADWANI, MADHYA PRADESH:The day Medha Patkar and others broke their 17 day indefinite fast (August 12), Madhya Pradesh police slapped cases under various sections of disturbing peace, kidnapping and on 55 named and 2,500 unnamed a... Read More

UNITED STATES RAPS INDIA OVER RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

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On July 18, three Muslim students at St. John Baptist High in Thane, Maharashtra State, complained to police that their principal, Father Michael Pinto, ridiculed them for being Muslims. They said Pinto accused the students’ community of bei... Read More

UNITED STATES RAPS INDIA OVER RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

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NEW DELHI: The United States State Department released it annual International Religious Freedom report on Tuesday, drawing specific attention to increased attacks on minorities in a section focusing on India. “Authorities f... Read More

WE WON'T ALLOW INDIA TO BE TURNED INTO A REPUBLIC OF FEAR: INDIANS IN LONDON WRITE TO PRESIDENT KOVIND OF HUMAN RIGHTS EMERGENCY

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LONDON: Indian organisations based in the UK have expressed their “distress and concern” to President of India Ram Nath Kovind in a letter this Independence Day, about India “where Hindu supremacist gangs... Read More

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