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JD-(U) warns of attempts for imposition of '<strong>Pak</strong> model' in India

JD-(U) warns of attempts for imposition of 'Pak model' in India

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Targeting BJP over the issue of communalism, JD(U) asked minorities, OBCs, SCs and STs to come together even as it warned of attempts for the imposition of a "Pakistan model" in the country.

JD-U,   OBC,   SC,   ST,   Pakistan model,   JD(U),  
Two militants killed in Kashmir Valley encounter

Two militants killed in Kashmir Valley encounter

17 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Two militants were killed on Wednesday in an encounter with security forces near the Line of Control (LOC) in Macchil Sector of Kashmir Valley. Two AK-47 rifles and one UBGL along with other war-like stores were recovered from the site.

Indo-Pak,   LOC,   Militants,   Infiltration,   Kashmir Valley,   AK-47 ,  
Devotees throng temple of <strong>Hindu</strong> goddess Kamakhya in Assam

Devotees throng temple of Hindu goddess Kamakhya in Assam

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi/Guwahati: Devotees across the nation on Wednesday thronged temple of Hindu goddess Kamakhya in Assam to witness the three-day Hindu festival, popularly known as ‘Deodhani dance’.

Kamakhya,   Devotees,   Deodhani Dance,   Worship,   Festival,  
Relief to <strong>Pak</strong> firing victims not enough: Gujjar outfit

Relief to Pak firing victims not enough: Gujjar outfit

27 Aug 2014

Jammu: An outfit representing Gujjars on Wednesday demanded that the compensation provided to the kin of the victims of Pakistan's firing and shelling be made at par with the relief amount given to those affected by militancy.

Pakistan,   firing,   Gujjar,   Pak firing,   LOC,   kin of victim,   compensation,   shelling,  
Flag meeting between India, <strong>Pak</strong> begins amid militant attack

Flag meeting between India, Pak begins amid militant attack

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Commander-level flag meeting between the Border Security Forces (BSF) and Pak rangers have begun in RS Pura sector in Jammu and Kashmir amid reports that a terrorists opened fire outside district court in Anantnag injuring one policeman.

Commander-level flag meeting,   Border Security Forces,   Pak rangers,   RS Pura,   Jammu and Kashmir,   ceasefire violations,   militants attack,  
J-K Council resolution on Indo-<strong>Pak</strong> talks uncalled for: Venkaiah Naidu

J-K Council resolution on Indo-Pak talks uncalled for: Venkaiah Naidu

29 Aug 2014

Hyderabad: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu termed as ‘uncalled for and not in the national interest’ a resolution passed today by the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council on resumption of talks with Pakistan saying only Centre will take a call on the issue of bilateral dialogue with Islamabad.

jan dhan Yojna,   Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council,   M Venkaiah Naidu,   Indo-Pak talks,   J-K Council,   ,  
A place where Muslims celebrate Janmashtami

A place where Muslims celebrate Janmashtami

18 Aug 2014

Jaipur: Not many people know about it but Janmashtami, which marks the birth of Lord Krishna, is celebrated in a big way in a sacred place for the Muslim community in Rajasthan.

Three-day festival,   Dargah of Narhar,   Dargah of Sharif Hazrat Hajib Shakarbar,   Chirawa,   Jhunjhunu district,   Jaipur,   Muslims,   Hindu,   Janmashtami,  
Counter-infiltration grid along LoC in Kashmir 'robust': Army

Counter-infiltration grid along LoC in Kashmir 'robust': Army

19 Aug 2014

Kupwara (JK): Expressing satisfaction over the counter-infiltration grid along the Line of Control in Kashmir, a top Army commander said his troops are capable enough to retaliate ‘appropriately’ if there is any escalation of ceasefire violation in the Valley.

Jammu and Kashmir,   LOC,   Indo-Pak LOC,   Infiltration,   ceasefire violations,  
Over 150 <strong>Hindu</strong> inmates keep Roza with 2,300 Muslims at Tihar

Over 150 Hindu inmates keep Roza with 2,300 Muslims at Tihar

06 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Setting an example of rare communal harmony, more than 150 Hindu inmates of Tihar Jail here are keeping roza, the dawn-to-dusk fast during Ramzan, along with over 2,300 Muslim inmates.

Tihar Jail,   roza,   Ramzan,   Muslim inmates,   iftars,  
Ranchi bandh passes off peacefully

Ranchi bandh passes off peacefully

01 Aug 2014

Ranchi: Around 400 people were on Thursday arrested during the day-long Ranchi bandh called by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal in protest against the Tuesday's violence at Silgain that left one dead and several injured over a land dispute.

Ranchi bandh,   Vishwa Hindu Parishad,   Bajrang Dal,   Senior Superintendent of Police,   Prabhat Kumar,   Section 144,   CRPC ,  

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