FIR against Haryana Kisan Congress leader in Gurugram

Gurugram, Aug 12 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) IT Cell filed an FIR with cyber cell against Haryana Kisan Congress Vice Chairman Tejbir Mayana for posting an article on “Facebook” pertaining to differences between newly appointed BJP state president Om Prakash Dhankar and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. Mayana was called for probe after …


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FIR against Haryana Kisan Congress leader in Gurugram

Gurugram, Aug 12 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) IT Cell filed an FIR with cyber cell against Haryana Kisan Congress Vice Chairman Tejbir Mayana for posting an article on “Facebook” pertaining to differences between newly appointed BJP state president Om Prakash Dhankar and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

Mayana was called for probe after the FIR was filed by Haryana BJP IT cell incharge Arun Yadav.

When Contacted, Mayana said that he has deleted the post and also appologised to concerned person individually as well as on Facebook.

“The complaint was filed after Mayana posted that Om Prakash Dhankhar wants to give ticket to a Jat candidate for Baroda constituency by-election while CM Khattar wants wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt to fight from there,” said Mukesh Kumar, the SHO of cyber cell police station Gurugram.

Mayana posted the content after attending a high level meeting regarding Baroda by-election held in Rohtak on August 8.

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BJP wants to dislodge Thackeray govt: Shiv Sena

New Delhi: Shiv Sena on Wednesday alleged that BJP wants to dislodge Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra by September after making an unsuccessful attempt to topple Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan. In an editorial in its mouthpiece, Saamna, Shiv Sena said that BJP’s policy is they will not allow the functioning of …


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New Delhi: Shiv Sena on Wednesday alleged that BJP wants to dislodge Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in Maharashtra by September after making an unsuccessful attempt to topple Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan.

In an editorial in its mouthpiece, Saamna, Shiv Sena said that BJP’s policy is they will not allow the functioning of governments which disagree with its thoughts.

“Congress has achieved a feat in saving the government in Rajasthan. The State Assembly session is starting from Friday and Chief Minister Gehlot has a clear mandate to run the government. Everybody is laughing at BJP’s ‘jod tod’ (attempts at cobbling up numbers). Their policy is simple they will not allow to run and topple those governments which disagree with its thoughts,” read the editorial.

The political crisis in Rajasthan began after differences between Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot. After a meeting with Congress top leadership, Pilot has agreed to work for the party.

Pilot was removed from the posts of Rajasthan Congress chief and Deputy Chief Minister after differences reportedly emerged within the state unit.

The editorial said that the rebellion of Pilot could not succeed as he could not gather the number of MLAs and BJP could not make through Ashok Gehlot’s ‘Chakravyuh’ (strategic planning).

“BJP leaders said that they will dislodge the Maharashtra government by September. After being unsuccessful in government, what is this policy to dislodge the government in Maharashtra? They should happily make efforts to destabilise and dislodge the Maharashtra government… BJP even wants to dislodge the government in Jharkhand,” it said.

Sena also targeted the ruling party the Centre alleging lack of support and assistance to state governments led by Opposition parties.

“Operation ‘Kamal’ could not be successful in Rajasthan… Operation in Maharashtra was unsuccessful. Now bogus doctors have set a new date for operation in September. Operation in Rajasthan continue for a month but was unsuccessful. BJP should learn something from it,” read the editorial.

In Assembly polls, BJP emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra with 105 seats followed with Shiv Sena with 56 seats, NCP bagged 54 seats while Congress got 44 seats in 288-member Maharashtra Assembly.

The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance won an absolute majority in the election but could not form the government over the issue of chief ministerial post. Later, Shiv Sena along with NCP and Congress formed the government in the state under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray, who took oath as Maharashtra Chief Minister.


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Munawwar Rana suggests hospital on Ayodhya land, offers his own for mosque

Lucknow: Well-known Urdu poet Munawwar Rana has sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing his willingness to donate his ancestral 5.5-acre land next to river Sai in Rae Bareli, for construction of a grand mosque. The poet has said that the five-acre land in Dhannipur village sanctioned by the government in lieu of …


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Lucknow: Well-known Urdu poet Munawwar Rana has sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing his willingness to donate his ancestral 5.5-acre land next to river Sai in Rae Bareli, for construction of a grand mosque.

The poet has said that the five-acre land in Dhannipur village sanctioned by the government in lieu of Babri Masjid, should be used for building a hospital in the name of King Dashrath, the father of Lord Ram.

The 69-year-old poet, who had returned his Sahitya Akademi award for Urdu in 2015 over the ‘intolerance’ issue, has also asked the Prime Minister for a new Muslim Waqf Board for protection of Waqf properties.

Talking to reporters, Munawwar Rana said, “Land for the mosque was given in a far-off area in Dhannipur. It is better that instead of igniting more hate between Hindus and Muslims, the Raja Dashrath hospital should be built on the said land.”

He further said, “In any case, mosques are not built on the government land or those usurped by force.”

In his letter, Rana has said that Rae Bareli is a city of historical, cultural and religious importance.

“It is desirable then that the land in my son Tabrez Rana’s name be given for construction of a grand mosque,” he stated.

Rana was one of the first Muslims to welcome the Supreme Court’s verdict on Ayodhya land dispute case and had then said he is confident that India will move forward towards peace and progress.

He had said, “I salute the verdict. The Babri Masjid had become a political issue but today this matter has come to an end and, I must say, in a very simple and honest way, I am confident that the country will move forward towards peace and progress now.”


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‘Connectivity initiatives by B’desh, India to reduce cost of trade’

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Aug 12 : Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka, Riva Ganguly Das said ,the excellent state of Indo-Bangla bilateral relations and the recent connectivity initiatives taken by both the countries in railways and inland waterways will help to reduce the cost of trade. Das highlighted the “Atmanirbhar Bharat” scheme unveiled by Indian Prime …


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'Connectivity initiatives by B'desh, India to reduce cost of trade'

By Sumi Khan
Dhaka, Aug 12 : Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka, Riva Ganguly Das said ,the excellent state of Indo-Bangla bilateral relations and the recent connectivity initiatives taken by both the countries in railways and inland waterways will help to reduce the cost of trade.

Das highlighted the “Atmanirbhar Bharat” scheme unveiled by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said, “Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan is based on five pillars – Economy, Infrastructure, Technology-driven system, Vibrant demography, and Demand.”

While speaking at a webinar organised by High Commission of India (HCI), Dhaka and India- Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry (IBCCI) Das urged the Indian business leaders to explore opportunities for collaboration and joint ventures including for exports to third countries.

She also mentioned that with resilient economies and robust business environment of India, both the countries will not only be able to deal with present challenges but also make use of new opportunities.

A stimulus package of Rs 21 trillion under this scheme will accelerate infrastructure development, support the rural economy and cottage industries, boost micro, small and medium enterprises, improve opportunities for foreign traders and investors, accelerate agriculture mechanisation, etc in India, she added.

“Atmanirbhar Bharat will allow India to identify and promote industries and sectors where it has the potential and capability to scale up and become globally competitive,” she added.

According to Riva Ganguly Das, this will help India to become part of global value chains in collaboration with partner countries.

She said this opens huge opportunities for Indo-Bangla businesses to look at sectors where India can collaborate.

Abdul Matlub Ahmed, president, India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce spoke on the need to capitalise on the new opportunity given to both our nations through mutual trust and cooperation.

The change in the world economic scenario is pushing India and Bangladesh as lands of great investment opportunities, he said.

He also emphasised the need for more investments, integration, cohesion, capacity building and knowledge sharing in the South Asian region to build a robust trade network.

Industry leaders across different sectors of the economy of Bangladesh attended the webinar from Iffad Group, Tata Motors, SBI Bangladesh, Indofil, and Shorthi Enterprises among others deliberated on the new opportunities in global trade and the regional scenario.

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