Author: TNI Desk

Apparently, the ongoing hijab controversy has claimed its first victim. A group of local Muslims brutally murdered Harsha, a 26-year-old, Hindu activist. The gruesome crime took place on Sunday (February 20) at about 9 PM. Harsha was demanding uniformity in dress code for students, irrespective of religion. As per reports, police have arrested Islamists Kasif, Syed Nadeem and 4 others for the gruesome murder. The incident took place in Karnataka’s Shivamogga region near Kamath Petrol Pump. Murderers stabbed him repeatedly before fleeing in a car. A profusely bleeding Harsha was taken to the Mc Gann district hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.…

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Is Hijab a choice? Can a girl, or a woman, choose to adopt a dress that hides her? Iran born chess prodigy Dorsa Derakhshani rejected Hijab. Indian shooter Heena Sandhu refused to wear it. Let us learn from them. Dorsa Derakhshani was born in Iran. She is a free spirited girl. Dorsa became a centre of attention when she was just a child. She had won the national chess tournament in the under-8 category. Dorsa after winning under – 8 Chess competition (wearing Tiara) But the reason she attracted attention was her outfit. She wore a princess dress alongwith a…

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In a disturbing incident, two men have demolished an idol of Bhairav (Bhairo Baba), a Hindu deity in Punjab. According to reports, the Ropar police claims to have arrested two men for allegedly committing a theft and then demolishing the idol. The miscreants left the idol of the revered deity outside the Kali Devi temple. The crime took place in Morinda on January 30. The accused Bahadur Singh and Surmukh Singh have been sent to police custody for two days. The police has claimed that the criminals are habitual drunkards. According to police, Bahadur Singh has confessed his crime of…

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Better sense has prevailed in Karnataka. The Basavaraj Bommai government has issued a directive banning certain ways of dressing. As per government directive, students should not wear clothes which disturb equality, integrity and public law and order. Consequently, Hijab has been banned. The directive comes in wake of an unnecessary controversy created by some Islamist students. In different schools and colleges, some Muslim girls had started wearing Hijab during classes. When asked to maintain uniformity, the girls insisted that it is their fundamental right to wear Hijab. Medieval, discriminatory nature of Hijab Hijab is an Islamist way of dressing. During…

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Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, while addressing election meetings in UP, blasted AICC leader Rahul Gandhi for misleading the nation on the Galwan valley Indo-China clashes. Singh ridiculed Rahul’s statement that Indian soldiers could kill only 3-4 Chinese soldiers. He asserted that Indian soldiers had given an appropriate reply to China. He quoted an Australian newspaper that said China lost 35-40 soldiers in the clashes.The Defence minister accused Rahul of not trusting the valour of Indian soldiers and relying on the Chinese media instead. Rajnath quoted Australian newspaper “The Klaxon”. The newspaper has stated the possibility that China suffered 35-80 casualties…

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The Enforcement Directorate hast arrested Bhupinder Singh Honey, nephew of Punjab Chief Minister  Charanjit Channi. The arrest is for the alleged money laundering case related to illegal sand mining. ED had summoned Honey to the directorate’s office on Thursday. Officials of ED questioned Bhupinder Singh regarding the case when he visited the office. Officials questioned him regarding the recovery of Rs 8 crore in cash and other valuables from his place. Directorate had recovered the cash and valuables in a raid about two weeks ago. The questioning went on for hours. Around midnight the ED sleuths got his medical examination conducted before…

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Araga Jnanendra, the Home Minister of Karnataka advised students to come to school for education. Schools are educational institutes therefore, there should be no distinction among students on basis of religion. His remarks were in wake of controversy created by Muslim students adamant on wearing Hijab in classes. He was responding to a question on the Hijab controversy in the state. Some Muslim girls of a Pre-University College in Kundapur of Udupi district are insisting on defying college authorities. They are insisting that wearing Hijab is a part of their religious duty. In wake of this provocation by Islamist mindset,…

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Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of Modi government regarding its foreign policy has not gone down well. U.S. state department spokesman has stated that he “won’t endorse those remarks”. Rahul had made the controversial remarks on February 2. He was participating in the debate on motion of thanks on the President’s address. During his speech, Rahul said that China and Pakistan had come closer due to ineffective policies of Government of India. China has a plan. The Chinese have a very clear vision of what they want to do. The single biggest strategic goal of India’s foreign policy has been to keep…

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A saffron-clad foreign missionary, travelling by public transport, would normally evoke curiosity. And in all likelihood he would be mistaken for a proponent of Hindu ethos. Not so in Punjab. Hordes of Christian missionaries donning Hindu saints’ attire can be spotted in the interiors of Punjab. They can be seen trying to beguile the impressionable minds among backward classes, both Sikhs and Hindus, with material allurements, in cash or kind. A Jat Sikh senior journalist’s brother, who had been hunting for a job, converted to Christianity last December. He has been receiving Rs 80,000 per month, since then. There is no gainsaying the fact that Christian missionaries are…

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What would be uppermost on the mind of a teenager going to school? Studies or Fun? Or a mix of both? Usually the answer would be somewhere between these options. But, there is another, more bizarre answer. For a bunch of Muslim girls in Karnataka, dress code of their Mazhab is more important. They are willing to miss their classes but not abide by the regulations of the school authorities. It has been more than a month when six Mohammedan girls started creating a scene in their school. These students in Udupi, Karnataka, are adamant that they will wear Hijab…

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