Telangana Strike

Day 17: Economic and Social Perspective of Telangana People's Strike

As the ongoing Telegana 'People's strike' entered the 17th day, the intensity of the strike and the loss to social and economic condition has also increased. In the recent development the JAC (Join Action Committee) has seized the residence of Congress ministers and legislators in Hyderabad. But the public transport and power production are paralyzed due to the ongoing stir which was launched by JAC (Join Action Committee) on Sept. 13 demanding separate statehood for Telangana Sep 29, 2011

Pak Filmmakers Seek Curbs on Bollywood Movies

In a bid to combat the supremacy of Bollywood films in Pakistan, a petition was filed in a Lahore court by Pakistani filmmakers demanding a curb on the screening of films from India. Sep 28, 2011
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Protesting AFSPA: People Extend Support to Irom Sharmila

In a bid to create nationwide awareness about the decade long fast launched by Manipuri social activist Irom Sharmila Chanu against the Arm Forces Special Power Act- 1958(AFSPA) silent protests were organized in Bangalore and New Delhi. Sep 25, 2011
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Narendra Modi's Fast to End Today, Top BJP Leaders Line Up

The three-day-long 'Sadbhavna fast' by the chief minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, will end at 5.30 p.m. Monday. Modi will address his supporters while the top BJP leaders are also expected to be present at the Gujarat University Conventional hall where he is fasting. Sep 19, 2011
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Chidambaram Talks About Terrorism and Indian Security

The home minister, Mr. P. Chidambaram, spoke about various counterterrorism-related subjects and security measures in India. Referring to the recent terror attacks in New Delhi and Mumbai as a "blots" on his government's record, Union home minister, P. Chidambaram, on Thursday accepts legitimate criticism, reports the Hindu. Sep 15, 2011
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Supreme Court Directive Relives Narendra Modi in Godhra Riot Case

In a great relief to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, the prime accused of Godhra riots (2002), the Supreme Court of India has directed a lower court to decide on "whether the Chief Minister can be probed in to the case" reported Hindustan Times. Sep 12, 2011