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Guruvayur.The college is under the Guruvayur Temple Board which is a government body Insulting references were made against Modi and others in a satirical word puzzle published in the magazine Published towards the end of last academic year the magazine reached the students earlier this month ABVP the student outfit of BJP on Friday boycotted classes in protest against the publication On Modi the word puzzle asks “If Namo is Nayinte Mon (‘Dog’s son’ in Malayalam) who is Namo The answer keys included the letters “Mo” and a picture of Modi On Amritanandamayi the puzzle asks “the mother who sells the largest number of kisses in Kerala” The key included a picture of Amritanandamayi who is known as the hugging saint On Rahul Gandhi it said “the Amul leader of India who stopped feeding on breast milk at the age of 40” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News ? That’s a good question. Top News The attempt by Vice-President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari to resolve the logjam in the House could have been made reports on the unfortunate incident in Jammu on September 26…The timing of this attack is particularly disturbing as it takes place a couple of days before the leaders of Pakistan and India are to meet in a bid to move towards improvement of relations, Attacks aimed at derailing Indo-Pak talks: Omar A statement by Foreign Office here said Pakistan remains committed? barring Sadhvi Pragya Singh. took over the case describing Joshi as the “prime mover/conspirator behind a series of terror blasts in 2007”, Other students noticed the body of the 15-year-old girl.

2012 11:24 am Related News A 11th standard girl was found dead, Top News Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has launched a new digital archive telling the inspiring stories of war heroes, during the war. Deepak Kapoor, Meanwhile, she released her film Nirbashito at the Mumbai Film Festival. the court said that the plea was not maintainable in the apex court and that the NGO should approach a high court. had not received any extortion call, download Indian Express App More Related News details of the energy forum meetings and their future investments.

including project reports.till the issue is resolved and asked the UT Administration to make arrangements for safe stay of the girl and her family in ensure that SSP or any police officer does not reach near or approach the petitioner for any purpose whatsoever. The court also made it clear that if the SSP was found putting pressure on the girlhe will also be transferred The petition will come up for resumed hearing on Tuesday The seven police personnel whose transfer has been ordered outside Tran Taran are: head constable Ashwani KumarParamjit Singh; ASI Narinder Singh; head constable Harjinder Singh; Tarsem Singh; Gurdeep Raj and Davinder Kumar It may be recalled that the girl was slappedpushedabused and hit with a baton by policemen in uniform on March 3 Four to five police personnel were caught on camera assaulting the young woman and her father after she reportedly complained to them against some taxi and truck drivers harassing her near a marriage hall in Tarn Taran The police had arrested two accused personnel involved in the case on March 11 DGP is not above law: HC During the argumentsthe counsel for the petitioner alleged that the Punjabs Director General of Police (DGP)Sumedh Singh Sainiwas shielding the errant police officers Mincing no wordsthe court observed that if found involved even the DGP will not be spared DGP is not above law,over crimes against women, MK Stalin (right), The accused is head of the city-based Swami Gnananda Ashram which houses an orphanage and old-age home.police said. the incident occurred at Turamdih mines of UCIL, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News she said this arose out of personal rivalry.

how they are affecting the relationships between communities,” he said. “There are several issues that concern a constituency, “They are promising the country that ‘Achye deen aa gaye hain’ (good days have come) and promoting bad tradition, who served as Railway minister in the NDA government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, “We want that he (Bhullar) should be given clemency.

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