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Fringe elements orchestrating 'ghar wapasi' reined in: Kiran Bedi

Fringe elements orchestrating 'ghar wapasi' reined in: Kiran Bedi

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate in Delhi, Kiran Bedi has said fringe elements in the Sangh Parivar orchestrating the campaign for 'ghar wapasi' (homecoming) by reconverting Christians and Muslims, have been reined in by the party leadership.

BJP CM candidate,   Kiran Bedi,   Sangh Parivar,   Ghar wapasi,   Christians,   Muslims,   Delhi polls,  
Panun Kashmir expresses gratitude to <strong>UK</strong> parliamentarians

Panun Kashmir expresses gratitude to UK parliamentarians

23 Jan 2015

Jammu: An organisation advocating the cause of displaced Kashmiri Pandits on Friday expressed gratitude to parliamentarians in the UK for tabling the first-ever motion in the house commemorating displacement of their community.

Panun Kashmir,   UK parliamentarians,   Kashmiri Pandits,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
<strong>UK</strong> bank RBS to move jobs to India

UK bank RBS to move jobs to India

23 Jan 2015

London: Britain's largest state-owned bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to cut some 160 jobs in the UK and offshore around 60 of them to India.

UK bank,   Royal Bank of Scotland,   RBS,   Jobs to India,  
Not a 'rosy picture' for Indians coming to <strong>UK</strong>: Nirmala Sitharaman

Not a 'rosy picture' for Indians coming to UK: Nirmala Sitharaman

20 Jan 2015

London: Coming to the UK for studies is not a "rosy picture" for Indian students and most of them go to the US, visiting Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said.

Nirmala Sitharaman,   Commerce and Industry Minister,   students coming UK,   not rosy picture for Indian students,   UKIBC ,  
US, <strong>UK</strong> ask Pakistan to hand over Lakhvi to India

US, UK ask Pakistan to hand over Lakhvi to India

19 Jan 2015

Islamabad: The US and the UK have asked Pakistan to hand over Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attack, to India to improve bilateral ties or to them for his "independent trial".

USA,   UK,   Pakistan,   Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi,   2008 Mumbai attack mastermind,   Islamabad High Court ,  
Five year old <strong>UK</strong> Boy gets billed for not attending friend's birthday bash

Five year old UK Boy gets billed for not attending friend's birthday bash

20 Jan 2015

London: In a bizarre incident, a five-year-old boy in UK has been billed about 16 pounds and threatened with legal action by his friend's mother for failing to attend her son's birthday party.

bizarre incident,   UK Boy,   birthday bash,   friend's birthday,   legal action,   Alex Nash,  
25,000 students from <strong>UK</strong> to come for studies in India

25,000 students from UK to come for studies in India

14 Jan 2015

Patna:Expanding Indo-British partnership in education sector for mutual benefits, as many as 25,000 students from the United Kingdom will come to India to study in the Indian universities over the next five year, a senior British High Commission official said on Wednesday.

Indo-British partnership,   students to come in India,   mutual benefits of studies,   UK students to come in India,  
Quota not the way forward for <strong>Muslims</strong>: Najma

Quota not the way forward for Muslims: Najma

07 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Suggesting that quotas for minorities are not the way forward as Constitution does not allow religion-based reservation, Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla on Wednesday  said that her ministry's approach is to work on skilling the youth.

Quota,   Minorities,   Constitution,   Religion based reservation,   Minority Affairs Minister,   Najma Heptulla,  
<strong>Muslims</strong> deserve reservations, says Owaisi

Muslims deserve reservations, says Owaisi

07 Jan 2015

Beed: The former Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra kept the Muslim community backward and it deserves reservations, MIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi has said.

Congress,   NCP,   Maharashtra,   Muslim community,   Reservations,   MIM leader,   Asaduddin Owaisi ,  
Bengaluru techie Masroor's 60 percent followers are non-<strong>Muslims</strong>: Government

Bengaluru techie Masroor's 60 percent followers are non-Muslims: Government

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: More than 60 percent followers of Mehdi Masroor Biswas, the Bengaluru-based executive, who was running a pro-ISIS twitter account, were non-Muslims and a majority of his Muslim followers were from western countries,particularly the UK, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday.

Mehdi Masroor Biswas,   ISIS,   Twitter,   UK,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Lok Sabha,   Syria,   Iraq,   Afghanistan,   ,  

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