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Over 430 Dalits convert to Islam in Coimbatore citing injustice..

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Over 430 Dalits convert to Islam in Coimbatore citing injustice, more conversions underway Illavenil, the state secretary of the Tamil Puligal Katchi, told India Today that legally 430 people have converted to Islam and many more are in the process of the conversion. I can

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India-Lockdown leaves millions without jobs

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NEW DELHI: Indian authorities struggled on Monday to help millions left jobless by a crippling coronavirus lockdown, potentially undermining efforts to stop the virus ravaging the world’s second most-populous nation. Since the lockdown began on Wednesday, hundreds of thousands of labourers have been heading back from cities where they worked to their home vill

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India: COVID-19 Lockdown Puts Poor at Risk

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Migrant workers make the journey to their villages on foot following a lockdown amid concern of the spread of coronavirus in New Delhi, India, (New York) – Indian authorities need to urgently adopt measures to protect the country’s poorest and most vulnerable people if COV

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End Internet Shutdowns In Kashmir to Manage COVID-19

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Blocking Access Could Cost Lives  New York) – Intentionally shutting down or restricting access to the internet violates multiple rights and can be deadly during a health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, Human

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India's government discusses end of lockdown as millions struggle to find food

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India's government discusses end of lockdown as millions struggle to find food With the death toll from Covid-19 in India climbing steadily to over 2300 cases and at least 56 dead, discussions within the government have begun on a way forward following the end of the 21-day lockdown period, as well as an exit s

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Tragedy of Pak-India Disputes

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The writer is an author and a former foreign secretary. DISPUTES are all tragic in more than one ways. The Indo-Pakistan disputes — Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek — are also tragic in that they could be addressed with innovative and out-of-the-box solutions which could transform them from arenas of co

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Pakistan Goes Digital

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Coronavirus pandemic has forced Pakistan to go digital   Ed Yong, a British science journalist, in his widely-circulated article for The Atlantic, titled “How the pandemic will end”, wrote: “There are now only two groups of Americans. Group A includes everyone

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Kashmir is a flashpoint, Mushaal reminds the global community

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“People in Kashmir have been deprived of the right to live, the right to eat and the right to educate their children”. MUSHAAL Hussein Mullick, chair person the of Pakistan Peace and Culture Orga n i sation (PPCO) and wife of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik who is currently languishing in a small cage-like death cell, whi

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India condemned as Labour MP denied entry, deported

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LONDON: The Indian government’s decision to deny entry to prominent politician and Labour MP Debbie Abrahamas caused outrage in the UK as politicians and media united to condemn the Indian regime for barring her entry just because she speaks in favour of oppressed people of Kashmir and has strongly condemned Modi for anti-Muslim citizenship laws.

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India rejects UN chief’s mediation for Kashmir

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NEW DELHI: India on Monday rejected an offer by the United Nations Secretary Antonio Guterres for mediation on the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan, pronouncing that the matter will only be discussed bilaterally, reported The Hindu. Guterres, who is on a four-day trip to Pakistan, had last week said in Islamabad that he was “ready to help if both count

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