Author: Priyanka Rana

A few days after an Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid labelled “The Kashmir Files” a propaganda movie, a group associated with the terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba has released a list of 56 Pandits with their names and details while vowing to attack them. TKF is based on the trauma of Kashmiri Hindus. Islamic terrorists unleashed a reign of terror on them. Kashmiri Pandits were terrorised, beaten, killed, robbed, raped and forced to flee by Islamic terrorists from Kashmir. The present government asked some of them to return to Kashmir valley. The list released by terror outfit called ‘The Resistance Force’ has threatened…

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Anger is growing against Delhi’s AAP government for a blanket ban on bursting crackers in the Capital. With its latest order, AAP has criminalised Diwali crackers. At the same time, it is failing to take any concrete action on stubble burning. AAP has criminalised Diwali crackers on the pretext of controlling worsening air pollution. However, a major cause air pollution is stubble burning by farmers of Punjab and Haryana. AAP is not taking any measures to control stubble burning. Delhi is the only city in the country to not allow even green crackers. Even neighbouring states like Punjab, Haryana (known…

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The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has summoned global senior vice president and country head of Amazon India. The summons are over alleged funding to All India Mission, an organisation involved in “unlawful practices.” The apex child rights body has warned of legal action. It says that if Amazon India country head Amit Agarwal does not appear before it on November 1. The NCPCR has sought certain details about All India Mission and other orphanages funded by the company. The child rights body had asked the firm to submit an action taken report, within seven days. So…

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Today India is celebrating 1 year of the world’s largest vaccine drive. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced India to undertake this massive drive. According to government of India data as of January 15, India ranks top in vaccination. It has administered over 156 crore doses of vaccine. The USA, which ranks second, is way behind India. It has administered 52 crore doses till date. Japan (20 cr), Germany (16 cr) and Russia (15 cr) are at the third, fourth and fifth spots, respectively. India is also among the top countries in the world to fully vaccinate its 18 plus population. So…

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The authorities in the USA have arrested Mohammad Hassanain for hate crime. The arrest is in connection with the January 3 attack on a Sikh taxi driver at JFK airport. The police have termed it a hate crime. Mohamed had shouted “go back to your country” on the Sikh driver. He also called the taxi driver “turbaned people” in a derogatory manner. The arrested accused had repeatedly punched and shoved him in the incident. He knocked off the turban of the Sikh taxi driver. The incident happened when he had parked his cab at the taxi stand when another driver…

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India will be victorious, if resorted to war or clash with neighbour China. A confident Indian Army Chief, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, said this on Wednesday. He made the statement at his annual press briefing ahead of Army Day on January 15. On the ongoing India-China 20 months-long stand-off in Ladakh, the General said, “The situation is under control. Talks are underway and there is always hope that we will resolve differences through dialogues. What happens and whether a situation escalates or not is difficult to foretell or predict. But whatever we have done so far, we are in a…

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About a month after quitting Mohammedanism, Malayalam film director Ali Akbar has officially embraced Hinduism. The confirmation came after Pratheesh Viswanath, founder of Hindu Seva Kendra, posted a picture of Malayalam actor while reconverting to Hinduism in a puja on his Facebook account. Viswanath posted his picture with a caption, “History repeats itself, Ali Akbar is now Ramasimhan”. In the reconversion ceremony, Ali was accompanied by his wife Lucyamma. Significance of the name “Ramasimhan” As per news reports, he chose the name “Ramasimhan” for a reason. The name Ramasimhan has interesting history attached to it. Muslims had killed a person named Ramasimhan for…

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A controversy has erupted over calling author Devdutt Pattanaik as a speaker at the 25th National Youth Festival by the Department of Sports, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. The ministry is holding the festival on January 12 and 13. Pattanaik will be speaking on January 12. Many netizens have expressed surprise over the decision of the Ministry to invite Pattanaik for the event as a speaker. They have shared his old Tweets alleging they were against Hindu religion and women. Journalist Swati Goyal Sharma, posted, “What kind of message is @IndiaSports sending to women by including Devdutt Pattnaik as…

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Public has edited the headline which appeared on the cover page of Caravan magazine. In what came as a surprise to many people, the magazine’s cover had a picture of Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath with a title “Adityanath’s reign of terror.” The cover page headline and the article was not in sync with the reality. As a result people took to social media to slam the Caravan magazine article. People on social media edited the headline with interesting results. One twitter user edited the cover page copy and posted “Adityanath ends reign of terror”. Yet another person…

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It seems some top Muslim Bollywood personalities have made it a point to whitewash the atrocities of Mughals by portraying them in a good light. Earlier Kabir Khan, the Bollywood director, had called Mughals as “original nation builders” and launched a web series on Mughals rule- ‘The Empire’. Now actor Naseeruddin Shah has created a stir by calling them the ones who left behind beautiful monuments and culture. In fact, Shah has gone a step further. He has called the Mughals “well off refugees” in an interview. Nasaruddin Shah is heard saying, “Atrocities, the so-called atrocities of the mughals are…

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