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Idols will be found if Jama Masjid steps broken: Sakshi Maharaj
THE ASIAN AGE. | Nov 24, 2018, Lucknow: As the countdown for Vishwa Hindu Parishads "dharam sansad" in Ayodhya begins, BJP legislators are doing their bit to put the communal cauldron on the boil. BJP MP Sakshi
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No space will be left for Muslim burials in Delhi after one year
THE ASIAN AGE : Nov 24, 2018, A Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) report has warned that there will be no space left for Muslim burials in the national capital after a year. The report, released by chief minister
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Constitute board to give opinion on aborting 30¬week foetus, says HC
Nov, 24 2018 : Hindustan Times NEW DELHI : The Delhi high court has directed that a medical board be constituted at AIIMS to opine on the termination of an around 30-week-old pregnancy.
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How languages intersect in India
The share of multilingual population and the dominant languages in the Indian states determine how many Indians can talk to and understand each other. Hindustan Times, New Delhi: Nov 22, 2018
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An art world unveils in Delhi today
Hindustan Times, 22 Nov 2018 Whether youre an art aficionado or an admiring bystander, theres reason for you to rejoice as the India Art Festival, a contemporary art fair, starts today at Thyagaraj Stadium
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Guru Nanak Dev Was A Social Reformer
The Times of India (New Delhi edition) 22 Nov 2018 According to Sikhism, no State has authority over an individuals conscience and as such it cannot impose a particular type of philosophy - religious or atheistic - on the people through political force. Such an attempt can only create a monolithic society at war with itself.
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Pulp fiction
The Hindu : November 11, 2018 Kashmirs papier mache artis a story in itself The credit goes to the Shia community of Kashmir for keeping alive papier mache art - colourful, exquisite, highly decorative and delicate - in the Valley since the 14th century.
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