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New BHU vice-chancellor takes charge

New BHU vice-chancellor takes charge

28 Nov 2014

Varanasi: Girish Chandra Tripathi on Thursday took charge as the 26th vice-chancellor of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) here.

BHU,   vice-chancellor,   Girish Chandra Tripathi,   26th vice-chancellor,   Banaras Hindu University,   ,  
Violence erupts again in BHU; five hostels evacuated

Violence erupts again in BHU; five hostels evacuated

21 Nov 2014

Varanasi (UP): Five hostels were evacuated in Banaras Hindu University after students of two hostels clashed with each other on Friday, the second day of the ongoing stalemate between varsity and students who want the earlier form of the students union to be brought back.

Varanasi,   BHU hostels,   Banaras Hindu University,   BHU students,   Students union,  
V K Singh adopts Mirpur <strong>Hindu</strong> village

V K Singh adopts Mirpur Hindu village

17 Nov 2014

Ghaziabad: Union Minister and local MP General (retd) V K Singh has adopted Mirpur Hindu village here under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

V K Singh,   Mirpur Hindu village,   Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana,   Narendra Modi,   State for External Affairs,  
Students protest turns violent on BHU campus,vehicle set afire

Students protest turns violent on BHU campus,vehicle set afire

20 Nov 2014

Varanasi: A protest by students of Banaras Hindu University demanding restoration of the students union to its earlier self on Thursday turned violent as they set a vehicle on fire and closed the varsity gates, forcing police to resort to lathicharge and fire several rounds in the air.

Varanasi,   Banaras Hindu University,   BHU,   Students union,   Lathicharge,  
Hundreds of RSS cadres detained; <strong>Hindu</strong> Munnani condemns

Hundreds of RSS cadres detained; Hindu Munnani condemns

10 Nov 2014

Chennai: Hundreds of RSS cadres were detained across Tamil Nadu when they tried to take out route marches on its Founder's Day, as the police action drew flak from Hindu Munnani which accused them of 'high-handedness' saying permission had been granted by the Madras High Court.

RSS,   Hindu Munnani,   Tamil Nadu,   Founder's Day,   Rajaratnam Stadium,  
Bangladeshi Muslims should be pushed back: Togadia

Bangladeshi Muslims should be pushed back: Togadia

05 Nov 2014

Kolkata: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Wednesday demanded that Muslims who had come from Bangladesh should be treated as infiltrators and pushed back.

VHP,   RSS,   BJP,   Praveen Togadia,   blast in Burdwan,   Vishwa Hindu Parishad,  
Pakistan resorts to firing along International Border in Jammu

Pakistan resorts to firing along International Border in Jammu

15 Nov 2014

Jammu: Pakistani Rangers on Saturday violated the ceasefire by resorting to brief firing along the International Border in Jammu district, forcing BSF troops to retaliate.

Pakistan,   International Border,   Jammu ceasefire,   ceasefire violation,   Pakistan ceasefire,   Indo-Pak,  
Some Muslims too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

Some Muslims too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

29 Oct 2014

Patna: Manjoor Mian, Nazma Khatoon, Ladli Begum and Mohd Nazir, all Muslims, have one thing in common -- they all celebrate Chhath, the most popular Hindu festival of Bihar. A large number of Muslims not only help to clean the banks of rivers and ponds where the devout gather, and donate money for the festival, some -- women in particular -- observe fast on account of Chhath.

Muslims,   Chhath,   Bihar,   muslims in chhath,   Hindu festival,   Chhath fasting,   god sun,  
<strong>Hindu</strong>-Muslim girls unite to organise Durga Puja

Hindu-Muslim girls unite to organise Durga Puja

03 Oct 2014

Kolkata: As a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity, a group of girls from both the religions are organising a Durga Puja inside a shelter home for trafficked women here.

Hindu-Muslim girls,   Durga Puja,   Indian festival,   Navratri,   Durga puja celebration,   ,  
125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> border

125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-Pak border

31 Oct 2014

Jammu: Fearing disturbances from across the Indo-Pak border, Jammu and Kashmir government will relocate 125 polling stations along the borderline in Jammu district to safer places to ensure border dwellers vote freely.

Indo-Pak border,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K government,   J&K polling stations,   J&K borderline,   J&K assembly ,  

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