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INDIA

TRUTH OF NRC AND CONFLICTING VOICES IN UNION GOVERNMENT

Author: M.Y. Siddiqui - Published 07-01-2020 10:50 GMT-0000
Prime Minister’s speech of December 22, 2019 at a political rally at Delhi’s Ram Lila ground denying any consultation/discussion about the National Registration of Citizens (NRC) following completion of the National Population Register (NPR), preparatory process for which has already commenced with the recent approval of the Union Cabinet with a budgetary allocation of Rs.3,900 crore beginning April 1, 2020 to September 30, 2020 in terms of a notification of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on July 31, 2019, is patently false as it is not borne by the facts on official records. It has already been stated on Parliamentary records nine times since 2014, when the current NDA Union Government first assumed office that NRC shall be carried out throughout the country. Besides, the latest Annual Report 2018-19 of the MHA also mentions about the NRC. As also the Union Home Minister spoke on records repeatedly in various political rallies and in Parliament, indicating the Union Government is not cohesive whole.
INDIA: SPORTS

FOOTBALL ISL: ODISHA STAY CLOSE TO TOP FOUR WITH CHENNAIYIN WIN

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-01-2020 18:02 GMT-0000
Bhubaneswar: Odisha FC registered an important win after getting the better of Chennaiyin FC 2-0 in a Hero Indian Super League clash at the Kalinga Stadium here on Monday.
UNITED STATES

DEMOCRATS WARN TRUMP AGAINST ESCALATING WAR IN MIDDLE EAST

SANDERS, WARREN ACCUSE PRESIDENT OF IGNORING CONGRESS
Author: Mark Gruenberg - Published 06-01-2020 17:05 GMT-0000
Many congressional Democrats—along with party presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Elizabeth Warren—are warning that President Donald Trump’s targeted drone assassination strike in Iraq that killed top Iranian military leader Gen. Qassim Suleimani will trigger Iranian retaliation, a regional war in the Middle East, or both.
INDIA: MADHYA PRADESH

BJP GENERAL SECRETARY TALKS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST OFFICIALS

KAMAL NATH’S CAMPAIGN AGAINST LAND MAFIA LEADS TO SAFFRON BACKLASH
Author: L.S. Herdenia - Published 06-01-2020 17:01 GMT-0000
BHOPAL: All India BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya is talking the language of violence. Two days back, he warned that he would have set Indore on fire but for the fact that top RSS leadership was in the town. His outburst was directed at the anti-land mafia campaign launched by Madhya Padesh government. He claimed that the campaign was primarily aimed at the BJP supporters. Despite a very sharp reaction to his comment, Vijayvargiya repeated his threat on Sunday. He did so while addressing a public meeting in a small town. This time he warned officials. A newspaper reported his threat with the headline “Kailash ne abki baar adhikariyon ko lalkara (Now, Kailash challenges the officers)”. He said that the officers should take note that we may come back to power anytime and then we will teach them a lesson.
INDIA: SPORTS

HERO MOTORSPORTS TEAM RALLY BUILDS UP MOMENTUM IN STAGE 2 OF DAKAR 2020

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-01-2020 16:58 GMT-0000
Neom, Saudi Arabia: The second stage of Dakar Rally took the competitors from Al Wajh to Neom for a special stage of 367 kms. It was a trial for the competitors with more rocky terrain and a lot of dust.
INDIA: SPORTS

'MY DREAM IS TO WIN AN ASIAN GAMES MEDAL’: WORLD JUNIOR ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD MEDALIST SUKHBEER SINGH

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-01-2020 16:54 GMT-0000
New Delhi: World Junior Archery Championship gold medallist Sukhbeer Singh, who is currently preparing for the third edition of Khelo India Youth Games, expressed that his biggest dream is to win a medal at the Asian Games. Since Sukhbeer Singh competes in the compound event, he cannot dream of an Olympic medal.
INDIA: SPORTS

NANDISH UPSETS NATIONAL CHAMPION ADARSH AT 65TH NATIONAL SCHOOL GAMES TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-01-2020 16:50 GMT-0000
Vadodara: Gujarat boy Nandish Halani caused a major upset defeated national champion and India No. 2 Delhi’s Adarsh Chetri 3-2 in the U-17 boys section of the 65th National School Games Table Tennis Championships at Sama Indoor Sports Stadium in Vadodara on Monday.
INDIA: SPORTS

NAVEEN PATNAIK, KIREN RIJIJU LAUNCH KHELO INDIA UNIVERSITY GAMES TO BE HELD IN BHUBANESWAR

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 06-01-2020 16:47 GMT-0000
Bhubaneswar: In a significant move to promote culture and excellence in competitive sports, the first edition of Khelo India University Games was announced today by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik along with union sports minister Kiren Rijiju.
INDIA

LEFT MUST DO MORE TO MEET RSS CHALLENGE

UNITED MOVEMENT WITH STUDENTS NEED OF THE HOUR
Author: Arun Srivastava - Published 06-01-2020 15:57 GMT-0000
RSS and BJP are not ready to relent and would continue with their repression on the people who stand for Constitutional rights is clearly manifest in the bloody attack on the students of JNU Sunday evening. This was carried out just within 24 hours of Amit Shah issuing a threat that he would not concede even an inch to the protesters.
INDIA

CAA THORN WORRIES ASSAM BJP AHEAD OF 2021 POLLS

DESPERATE EFFORTS ON TO WOO ASSAMESE HINDUS
Author: Sagarneel Sinha - Published 06-01-2020 15:54 GMT-0000
The Bharatiya Janata Party has been aiming high in West Bengal for the next year's assembly polls — as the party hopes that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will aid it in registering its first electoral victory in the state by consolidating the Hindu votes against the Mamata Banerjee led Trinamool Congress government. If CAA seems to be helping BJP in West Bengal, the act places the saffron party in an uneasy condition in neighbouring Assam, which will also see assembly elections next year along with West Bengal.

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