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Uttar Pradesh government to take Muslims, <strong>Hindus</strong> together for pilgrimage

Uttar Pradesh government to take Muslims, Hindus together for pilgrimage

26 Jun 2015

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government has chalked out a first-of-its-kind plan to take a group of Hindus and Muslims on a joint pilgrimage. The 'dharmarth karya' department has issued a Government Order (GO) in which 10 Muslim and Hindu devouts from each district will be taken on a pilgrimage in a single trip, including a visit to Pushkar and Ajmer Sharif in Rajasthan.

Hindu Muslim joint pilgrimage,   Uttar Pradesh government,   communal harmony,   Muslims,   Hindus,   dharmarth karya,   Pushkar,   Ajmer Sharif,   Samajwadi Shravan Yatra,   latest states news,  
Religious harmony: <strong>Hindus</strong> in Uttar Pradesh district to observe Ramadan fast

Religious harmony: Hindus in Uttar Pradesh district to observe Ramadan fast

18 Jun 2015

Lucknow: Amid controversy over performing yoga, a group of Hindus in Uttar Pradesh's Mahoba district has decided to observe Roza (fast) with their Muslim neighbours during the holy month of Ramadan starting tomorrow.

Ramadan fast,   Ramzan,   Mahoba district,   Hindus in Mahoba,   religious harmony,   Roza,   Muslim,   Uttar Pradesh,   latest states news,  
Australian navy paid smugglers to turn around boat packed with <strong>asylum</strong>-seekers: Reports

Australian navy paid smugglers to turn around boat packed with asylum-seekers: Reports

12 Jun 2015

SYDNEY: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott declined to comment on reports of Australian navy paid a group of people-smugglers thousands of dollars to turn around their boat packed with asylum-seekers, adding to a furore over the issue.

Australian navy,   paid smugglers,   asylum seekers,   Australian Prime Minister ,   Tony Abbott ,   Latest world news,  
Bangladesh <strong>Hindus</strong> say they live in 'constant fear', want Modi to take it up

Bangladesh Hindus say they live in 'constant fear', want Modi to take it up

06 Jun 2015

Dhaka: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on a two-day visit, Bangladesh's Hindu community today said they live in "constant fear of persecution" by the religious fundamentalists and wanted the Indian leader to take note of this and raise it with the Bangladeshi leadership.

PM Narendra Modi,   Bangladesh,   India-Bangladesh ties,   War of Liberation,   Land Boundary Agreement (LBA),   Sheikh Hasina,   Modi Bangladesh visit,   Prime Minister of India,   Modi in Bangladesh,   Dhaka ,  
India repatriates 88 Pakistani fishermen

India repatriates 88 Pakistani fishermen

22 Jun 2015

Attari: In a goodwill gesture, India today repatriated 88 Pakistani fishermen from the Attari/Wagah border here. The fishermen had passed into Indian waters in Arabian Sea and were held by the Indian coast guards for illegal fishing.

Pakistani fishermen,   Wagah border,   Attari border,   Indo pak relations,   Narendra Modi,   Nawaz Sharif,   Latest Nation news ,  
Now, non-<strong>Hindus</strong> can't enter Somnath temple without prior permission

Now, non-Hindus can't enter Somnath temple without prior permission

04 Jun 2015

Ahmedabad: The famous pilgrim place of Lord Shiva, the Somnath temple in Gujarat will now be off-limits for non-Hindus as authorities have decided against entry to people following other faiths without prior permission.

Somnath temple,   non Hindus,   Lord Shiva temple,   Gujarat Somnath temple,   Gujarat,   Gujarat famous Shiva temple,   religious discrimination,   latest states news,  
EU asks member states to admit 40,000 <strong>asylum</strong> seekers

EU asks member states to admit 40,000 asylum seekers

28 May 2015

Brussels: The European Union (EU) on Wednesday asked its member states to admit 40,000 asylum seekers from Syria and Eritrea landing in Italy and Greece, which have been overstretched by an influx of migrants.

European Union,   EU members,   Asylum seekers,   Syria,   Eritrea,   Italy,   Greece,   Migrants,  
PM Modi's anti-discrimination talk not aimed at Hindutva proponents: Shiv Sena

PM Modi's anti-discrimination talk not aimed at Hindutva proponents: Shiv Sena

04 Jun 2015

Mumbai: Shiv Sena today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's plain-talk on zero tolerance against religious discrimination was not aimed at 'pro-Hindutva' forces and suggested that he might have on his mind those 'bigots' who convert Hindus to their respective faiths by 'deception.'

Shiv Sena,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   religious discrimination,   Hindutva,   Hindus,   conversion,   latest India news,  
'No request for <strong>asylum</strong> from <strong>Hindus</strong> who arrived from Pakistan'

'No request for asylum from Hindus who arrived from Pakistan'

19 Aug 2012

No request for asylum has been received from the Hindus who have recently crossed over to India on pilgrimage visas, the government on Sunday said.

Asylum for Pak hindus,   Pilgrimage visas,   Preneet Kaur,   Asif Ali Zardari,   Sarabjit Singh,  
Modi, Sharif to hold talks on sidelines of SCO summit next month?

Modi, Sharif to hold talks on sidelines of SCO summit next month?

18 Jun 2015

New Delhi: There is a possibility of a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the annual summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Russian city of Ufa next month with an aim to move forward and normalise ties.

Narendra Modi,   Nawaz Sharif,   SCO summit,   Modi sharif talks,   India,   Pakistan,   Indo-Pak relations,   Shanghai Cooperation Organization,   Russia,   BRICS,   latest nation news,  

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