Hyderabad 30 April 2015: Two weeks after Hashimpura verdict which acquitted all the police personnel involved in the custodial killings of 42 innocent Muslims, the news about the killing of five Muslims in custody by the Telangana police came as a rude shock to all peace loving people. A seventeen member escort police team of Warangal central prison led by one Uday Bhaskar (RSI) shot and killed five under trial prisoners on their way to Hyderabad trial court.
The largest entertainments of Indian peoples are politics and its most important part is election. By the time passed over n years the election politics changes its faces. Elections were fought in those days in the streets as well as ground and nowadays election are fighting on the TV and mobile. Before people listened speeches and now they comments. People chant slogans, look the posters and now they are creating slogans as well as posters. People got influenced by the parliamentarian and utter his words but now they took the help of social media in the house.
Are most terrorists in India Muslims?
I had the chance to look at this proverb that " All people caught for terrorism are Muslims". But are Muslims responsible for most of the terrorism in India? Let’s look at the data. The South Asian Terrorism Portal lists fatalities and incidents across India. Quite helpfully, find the truth behind the pictures
Popular front of India Manipur State inaugurated the School Chalo Programme today the 3rd April, 2015 at Mayang Imphal Bengoon under Imphal-west district, Manipur at 1.30 pm sharp. The programme was led by Md Arif Khan-President, Popular Front of India, Manipur State with four other presidium members. , they were 1. Mufti Abdul Helim Kasmi-Mohtamim Madrassa Majaharul Uloom, Manipur, 2., Haji Illiyas -CD in-charge PFI Manipur state 3. Alhaj Siraj-Rtrd. Head Master, 4. Ajijur Rahman-Mayang Imphal Area Secretary PFI Manipur State.
The beautiful land of Kashmir was devastated by the flood which, it is considered, as the worst flood that has ever hit the valley. More than 2600 villages were reported to be affected by floods and almost 390 villages in Kashmir were completely submerged. The preliminary assessment of damages to property was estimated between Rs.5000 cr to Rs.6000 cr. Major cities like Srinagar were severely damaged which resulted in the collapse of the local economy. The flood left thousands homeless life of people was shattered.