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BAN ON SALE AND SLAUGHHTER OF CATTLE TRIGGERS MOBOCRACY

BAN ON SALE AND SLAUGHHTER OF CATTLE TRIGGERS MOBOCRACY By Dr Mazoor Alam Former Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir At this critical juncture in the history of India when the liberal  and secular values  of Indian civilization are under siege and Indian Muslims and Dalits are being mercilessly lynched and killed by the  “Gao Raksha” or Vigilantes  Indian Muslims  cannot ... Read More »

GAO Raksha & Deaths in India during Modi period

  GAO Raksha & Deaths in India during Modi period What is happening in India? Is PM Modi is going to take action against Bajrangdal or RSS? see the video here:- http://network.muslimworldnet.org/index.php?page=videos&section=view&vid_id=105444 Read More »

Eating Habit by famous Indian Dietician

Eating Habit by famous Indian Dietician http://m.hindustantimes.com/rf/image_size_640x362/HT/p2/2016/05/11/Pictures/_c21940ca-1797-11e6-952f-d19f9bc24ed8.jpg*Rujuta Diwekar* is the highest paid *dietician* in India. She is the one who took care of *junior Ambani* to lose 108 kgs. *Her advice to diabetics*: 1. *Eat fruits grown locally* ….. Banana, Grapes, Chikoo, Mangoes. All fruits have FRUCTOSE so it doesn’t matter that you are eating a mango over an Apple. ... Read More »

Supreme Court collegium rejects Govt’s no to 43 names for judges in high courts

The Supreme Court Friday said its collegium has refused to accept the government’s rejection of 43 names it had recommended for different high courts. “We (collegium) have already met. We have reiterated all the 43 names sent to us,” Chief Justice T S Thakur told Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi. The Attorney General expressed ignorance about the latest development, saying “I ... Read More »

PM Modi appeals to opposition ahead of Parliament session: Let’s debate in national interest

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on all political parties to engage in a healthy debate of all outstanding issues ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament that begun on Wednesday. The PM’s appeal comes as both the government and the opposition parties head for stormy debates in both Houses over the decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs ... Read More »

DEMONITISATION IN INDIA HAS BECOME A JOKE

fDEMONITISATION IN INDIA HAS BECOME A JOKE Read More »

The Political Economy of Demonetising High Value Notes

The government’s high profile war on black money has generated mixed responses. However, both supporters and opponents of the 2016 demonetisation agree that the move has caused immense hardship to people, especially those outside the banking system and without alternative means to access goods and services in a largely cash economy. Jayati Ghosh, Professor of Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, discusses ... Read More »

Dhoni rues loss of wickets at regular intervals

The ongoing One-day series between India and New Zealand is tipped as a crucial series for Mahendra Singh Dhoni with respect to his career and its longevity. Losing the second ODI match at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground would not make a huge dent to his career plans by any stretch of imagination. The visitors’ six run victory in New ... Read More »

India Disqualifies Bills of 500 & 1000 IRS

INDIA DISQUALIFIES BILLS OF 500 & 1000 IRS BUT INTRODUCE IRS 2000 BILL In a surprise move Narender Modi the PM of India announced the he taking bills of 500 & 1000 out of circulation to fight corruption & black money. He also announced to introduce the bill of 2000 IRS which indicates that his motive is not fight corruption ... Read More »

Stumped Tata camp rethinks strategy

Jaipur: Rajasthan’s Dak Bungalows in India will be developed like three star hotels on public-private partnership (PPP) model. In the first phase of the project, Dak Bungalows in Ajmer, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Alwar, Bhilwara, Jaisalmer, Mount Abu and Nathdwara in India will be developed in PPP model, a statement quoting PWD minister Yunus Khan said. About 20 per cent ... Read More »