(Bangkok) – The Burmese government is systematically restricting humanitarian aid and imposing discriminatory policies on Rohingya Muslims in Arakan State. The government should permit unfettered access to humanitarian agencies to provide assistance to Muslim populations, end segregated areas, and put … Continue reading →
New Delhi: The two-day trade union strike that began on Wednesday turned violent in Noida bordering Delhi, even as the shutdown hit normal life across many states in the country.
The situation spun out of control in Noida Phase II after thousands of trade union workers protested and pelted stones at some factories that had opened and burnt vehicles, including a fire engine.
The police had to resort to lathi charge to disperse the restive crowd; however, the situation remains very tense in the area. The top brass of the district administration is at the spot trying to bring the situation under control. Continue reading →
The communal violence hit areas of the Old City remained peaceful on Tuesday with no fresh incidents being reported from any locality. At least six people, including five policemen, were injured during the incidents of heavy stone pelting in Sabzi … Continue reading →
Myanmar: Homeless people fled to packed camps or clustered near their charred houses in western Myanmar Sunday, amid ongoing unrest that the UN said displaced 26,500 from mainly Muslim communities. Dozens have died and whole neighbourhoods have been razed … Continue reading →
Riot-hit Assam, which has been limping back to normality, suffered a fresh jolt on Tuesday when one person was killed and over 30 people were killed in violence during a 12-hour State-wide bandh called by the United Movement for … Continue reading →
Guwahati: An appeal was made on Saturday to refugees housed in relief camps in schools following recent clashes between Bodos and immigrant minorities in Assam that claimed 56 lives, to return home so that the institutions could reopen. “I … Continue reading →
Investigations by the Hyderabad police into the violence in Madannapet and Saidabad found that it was premeditated, and was aimed at fanning religious hatred. The incident of desiccation of a Religious Place is most mischievous act and it can not be done but with a planned … Continue reading →
Jhansi: Reminding of the breakdown in the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh during the earlier regime of Samajwadi Party (SP), its workers on Tuesday attacked several video journalists in Jhansi. The violence started after SP candidate Chandrapal Singh Yadav … Continue reading →
Anna stabs father Prashant Bhushan to please RSS and Shiv Sena and Narender Modi. Shaniti Bhushan couple of days back filed in SC in a case against Modi Govt the son and father are just Advocates they know the law and they are not saffron puppets they are targets now after Swamy Agnivesh it was them, and Santosh Hegde is know for his disagreements with Ann and his team of two Kejerwal and Kiran Bedi.
New Delhi: The divide within Team Anna over senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s statement calling for a plebiscite in Kashmir to decide the Valley’s future is out in the open. Both anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare and former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Kiran Bedi have distanced themselves from Bhushan’s statement calling the remarks his personal opinion.
Addressing the media on Friday in his village Ralegan Siddhi, Hazare said that said that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India.
Anna displayed his displeasure at Bhushan’s comment and said, “Prashant Bhushan’s views on Kashmir are wrong. We do not endorse Prashan Bhushan’s statement on Kashmir. I will tell Prashant Bhushan that if he is giving an opinion on a subject, he can give it in his personal capacity. If he is giving the team’s view, he should speak to the team before.”
Anna also cleared his stand on the Kashmir issue and said, “My personal view is that Kashmir is an integral part of India.” Continue reading →