Author: TNI Desk

In the last two decades of twentieth century, an obnoxious term “sikh terrorists” was coined. It was obnoxious because no Sikh scripture support terrorism. On the contrary Sikh panth came into existence to fight terrorism unleashed by medieval tyrants like Jahangir, Aurangzeb and Ahmed Abdali. The terrorism unleashed in Punjab during 80’s and 90’s was a handiwork of Pakistan’s ISI and other anti-India forces. A breed of low intellect, gun-toting youngsters was created by brainwashing them using techniques of applied psychology. The story of Lakhimpur Kheri Sikhs is one of agony, struggle, determination, success and pain. Lakhimpur Kheri falls into…

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25,000 units of the newly launched XUV 700, an SUV from Mahindra stable, have been booked by consumers in less than 60 minutes of its debut. The company claims that such a massive response is unprecedented in Indian Automotive Industry. Touted as a competitor for Tata Safari, MG Hector and Hyundai Alcazar, the XUV700 has been launched in both, Petrol and Diesel engines. With a starting price of 11.99 Lakh for Petrol version and 12.49 Lakh for Diesel, it has generated huge interest among wannabe owners and Auto experts. Having achieved its target for the day in 57 minutes flat,…

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Two school teachers of Hindu traditions were killed by terrorists in the Eidgah area of Srinagar city on Thursday, according to the police. According to the police officials the incident took place at about 11:15 am, when terrorists shot dead two school teachers at Sangam Eidgah in Srinagar district.” The entire area has been cordoned off to nab the terrorists. According to the reports, two or more armed terrorists barged into Principal Satinder Kaur’s office when she was having a meeting with 4-5 other teachers. They asked about the religion of those present in the office. The Principal herself being…

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Tej Pratap Yadav, son of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav and Rabri Devi, is often in the news due to his statements, outfits, and appearance. Now he has made another big claim, which doesn’t match with his educational qualification. In the meeting of Chhatra Janshakti Parishad, he said “Mere Naam Se Pehle Captain Lagta Hai” that his name is Captain Tej Pratap Yadav, he was a pilot and used to fly planes in past, and got the title of Captain, but he doesn’t use it to showoff. He told that he has experience in flying small airplanes and has…

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On a typical day, Indian liberals find something to criticise when Prime Minister Modi gets up, what he eats for breakfast, and what he wears. It enables people to live their lives with an odd sense of victimhood. Why does Narendra Modi act as though he is successful? How can he, to put it another way, act as though his father was wealthy? However, whenever the Prime Minister travels abroad, something unusual appears to happen to his adversaries. For those who are perpetually on the border of sanity, this is the one thing that pushes them over the edge. Have…

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Charanjit Singh Channi is chosen as the new chief minister of Punjab. Senior Congress leader Harish Rawat has announced this via Twitter. https://twitter.com/harishrawatcmuk/status/1439561495780605954 On Saturday Amarinder Singh said that he was humiliated by how he was ill-treated by Congress party members and therefore resigned from Punjab CM. After months of disputes with Congress’s high command about the more significant influence of Navjot Sidhu within Congress, he left. Ambika Soni and Navjot Singh Sidhu were also leading contenders for the position of chief minister of Punjab following the sudden resignation on Saturday of Captain Amarinder Singh from Punjab Chief Minister. There were…

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Conversion generates and fosters a rift in the society and leads a stable society into a disintegrated society. It disturbs the social structure and leads to a clash of cultures. Conversions arouse resentment and indignation and help to the flames of communal frenzy and passion creating problems of Law and Order.Dr Justice P. Venugopal (Retd) Legislative history of Anti-Conversion Law in India When the Britishers ruled India there was no anti-conversion law. The reason being that they were followers of Christianity and understandably they did not enact a law detrimental to their own interest by prohibiting conversion from one religion…

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