Author: TNI Desk

Chennai, (Tamil Nadu): Based on an intelligence report, the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to provide Z-category security to Tamil Nadu BJP President K Annamalai with a group of 33 CRPF commandos deployed to protect him. He was earlier provided Y-category protection. This decision comes in the wake of a report compiled by the Intelligence Bureau which recommended enhancing security cover for Annamalai after evaluating threats received by him from radical Islamists and Maoists. K Annamalai is a former IPS officer. He left the esteemed service to bring change through politics. His fans call him a real life Singham.…

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Creating a controversy, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) spokesperson Sivaji Krishnamurthy has said “we will send terrorists to gun down” the Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi. His remarks came amid the ongoing rift between state government-led by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and the Governor. “….don’t I have the rights to slap him with slipper if he denies to say Ambedkar’s name? If you deny saying his name, you go to Kashmir. We’ll send a terrorist to shoot and kill you,” Sivaji Krishnamurthy said at a meeting. His comments came after the Governor’s address in the state assembly. https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1613935400690782211 Following…

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Bengaluru (Karnataka): Isha Yoga Centre has stated that the unveiling of Adiyogi will be hel as per original schedule. A division bench of the Karnataka High Court on Friday clarified this. It stated that Isha can proceed with its scheduled function of Adiyogi unveiling in Chikkaballapura on January 15 as planned. Chief Justice Prasanna Varale headed the bench. High Court bench heard arguments of both, the petitioners and the defence. After hearing the arguments, it gave the go ahead to IYC. Karnataka High Court on Wednesday had directed Isha Yoga Centre to maintain status quo on its construction activity. Isha…

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Bengaluru: Karnataka High Court on Wednesday directed Isha Yoga Centre to maintain status quo on its construction activity. The centre is currently carrying construction near Nandi Hills in Karnataka. This direction comes in the wake of inauguration of the 112 feet Adiyogi Shiva statue. The inauguration coincides with the opening of a centre of Jaggi Vasudev’s Isha Foundation at Chikkaballapur. The IYC might have to alter the schedule of the event. The Isha Foundation told UNI that it would issue a statement after tomorrow’s hearing. Interestingly, the Madras High Court had dismissed a similar petition against Isha Foundation. The HC…

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Patna (Bihar): Bihar Education Minister and RJD leader Chandrashekhar on January 11, stirred a hornet’s nest. He made a shameful statement by saying that books like Ramcharitmanas sow the seeds of hatred and social divide. This remark comes in the wake of Bihar RJD President Jagdanand Singh calling the construction of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya as Nafrat ki zameen. “A nation becomes great with love and affection. Books like Ramcharitmanas, Manusmriti and Bunch of Thoughts sowed the seeds of hatred and social divide. This is the reason why people burnt Manusmriti and took exception to a portion of Ramcharitmanas. The…

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Nagpur (Maharashtra): RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat has said Muslims have nothing to fear in India, but they must abandon their supremacist attitude. In an interview to Organiser and Panchjanya magazines, Bhagwat said Islam has nothing to fear because Muslims in Bharat can stick to their faith and there is no stubbornness among Hindus that they should return to the faith of their ancestors. “The simple truth is this – Hindusthan should remain Hindusthan. There is no harm to Muslims living today in Bharat. If they wish to stick to their faith, they can. If they want to return to the…

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Jammu: In the wake of two back-to-back terror attacks that killed seven persons in Jammu, village defence guards have received arms and are getting trained to take on the Islamic terrorists. The CRPF is training them as Village Defence Guards (VDGs). The earlier name of these committees was Village Defence Committees (VDCs). After the attacks in the residential areas, the villagers have expressed their anger. They asked the authorities to give them arms for security of their families. Following this the authorities have handed over the self-loading rifles (SLRs) to ex-servicemen. Authorities have also given arms to civilians from villages…

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Lakhimpur (Assam): 700 families, mostly Muslims, had encroached as much as 450 hectares of forest land. They did it gradually, over the last three decades, in the Pavo reserved forest land. This happened under the patronage of successive Congress government which gave them land ownership documents through their touts. After Himanta Biswa Sarma assumed charge as Assam chief minister, govt initiated scrutiny of documents. The authorities found that the documents in possession of the encroachers were fake. As a result, the land and revenue department rejected their ownership . Thereupon, the circle officer of Nowboicha, started proceedings on September 7…

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New Delhi: Police has booked Islamic apologist, Shehla Rashid, for her anti army tweets. The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Vinay Kumar Saxena granted prosecution sanction against her for anti-Army tweets. Office of Delhi LG has confirmed the development by issuing a statement. “Delhi LG VK Saxena grants prosecution sanction against Shehla Rashid, ex-Vice President of JNUSU & member of AISA, for making 2 tweets about the Indian Army aimed at promoting enmity between different groups & indulging in acts prejudicial to the maintenance of harmony,” the statement said. LG has granted the sanction to prosecute Shehla under section 196 of…

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The petition challenging the validity of the controversial Places of Worship act, 1991, is lingering on. One reason is that the Centre government has been seeking more time repeatedly. On Monday, once again it asked for more time as the “process of consulting” is going on. In the June of 2020, Advocate Ashwini Upadhyaya and Vishwa Bhadra Pujari Purohit Mahasangh of Mathura had approached SC. Both of them challenged the validity of the controversial Places of Worship Act, 1991. A jittery Congress government had enacted The Places of Worship Act to appease its Muslim vote bank. Congress had enacted the…

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