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Fatwas not an order, but guidance: Deoband

Posted on 30 July 2011 by admin

Muzaffarnagar, July 30(UNI): Darul Uloom Deoband has said fatwas issued by the seminary are meant for guidance and should not be enforced forcibly.

A fatwa is not an order but a guidance of principle and any one can abide by it or ignore it, in-charge of the fatwa department of the seminary Mufti Habibur Rehman told reporters last evening.

They are not to be enforced forcibly, he said.

On the issue of sacking of controversial Maulana Ghulam Mohammed Vastanvi, who had raised the hackles of conservatives by praising Narendra Modi, from the post of vice chancellor, Rehman said that the step was taken in a democratic manner.

Vastanvi was removed in a democratic manner through the process of voting, he said.

The step was taken after Vastanvi refused to resign from the post, he added.

Maulana Vastanvi was removed from the post of vice chancellor by Majlis-e-Shoora (management body) of the seminary on July 24.

Vastanvi, an MBA, was elected vice chancellor on January 10 following the death of his predecessor Maulana Marghoobur Rahman.

The moderate Maulana, who has a Facebook page in his name, had triggered a controversy soon after his appointment with his remarks praising Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s rule and his development policy.

Rehman, who was here to lay a foundation stone of a mosque at Shahpur village, appealed to the Muslims to regard all religions and work for the development of the country.


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I had nothing to do with 2G pricing: Pranab

Posted on 30 July 2011 by admin

July30,(UNI):Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday rejected suggestions that he had anything to do with the pricing of 2G spectrum and hit out at those spreading “disinformation” on the issue.

In 2007 when he was External Affairs Minister, Mukherjee had been appointed Chairman of a Group of Ministers (GoM) on vacation of 3G spectrum which, he said, had nothing to do with 2G and its pricing.

The GoM was for vacation of spectrum by the defence and para-military forces and the communication ministry for mobile telephony and other issues. Pricing was not part of the mandate of the GoM, he said.

“In a nutshell, I had nothing to do with 2G,” he told a news agency in an interview during which he deprecated attempts to spread “a lot of disinformation” on 2G targeting ministers.

The job of the GoM headed by him was on vacation of the spectrum and “how can you bring pricing and other things (of 2G spectrum) here”, Mukherjee said.

“So far as pricing and other things concerned, it was not part of the mandate of the GoM,” he emphasised.

The terms of reference of the GoM was changed at the insistence of the nodal ministry and how could anyone conclude, there was manipulation of pricing, he said with reference to reports that he had been aware of such manipulation.

In November, 2007 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had asked Mukherjee to apprise himself of the issues raised by the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) and GSM operators challenging the criteria for allocation of additional GSM spectrum.

The issues had been raised with the then Telecom Minister A Raja and the then Solicitor General G E Vahanvati in the context of proceedings pending in the Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT).

Mukherjee said in this context he held a meeting with Raja and Vahanvati in the first week of December, 2007. Vahanvati had explained that the existing operators were insisting on allocation of additional GSM spectrum on the basis of March 2006 guidelines which they contended were adequate.

There was no substance in this contention in view of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) recommended revised criteria which were stricter.

Vahanvati had explained to him that as per the directions of the TDSAT, an affidavit had been filed in November 2007 indicating the way forward.


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BSY meets central leaders, commands majority support

Posted on 30 July 2011 by admin

July30,(UNI):Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa on Saturday met BJP central leaders Arun Jaitley and Rajnath Singh, who continued to exert pressure on him to quit and facilitate smooth election of his successor. Continue Reading

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Wayne Parnell converts to Islam

Posted on 29 July 2011 by admin

Johannesburg, July 29(UNI): South African fast bowler Wayne Parnell has converted to Islam after a period of personal study and reflection and will celebrate his 22nd birthday on Friday as a Muslim.

Parnell confirmed in a statement on Thursday that he converted to Islamic faith in January this year and is considering to change his name to Waleed, which means ‘Newborn Son’.

“While I have not yet decided on an Islamic name I have considered the name Waleed which means Newborn Son, but for now my name remains Wayne Dillon Parnell. I will continue to respect the team’s endorsement of alcoholic beverages. I am playing cricket in Sussex and this is my immediate focus,” said Port Elizabeth-born Parnell.

“As I am approaching my first period of fasting, I ask that this special time is treated with respect. I am a young man, a professional cricketer by trade, and while I can appreciate and am grateful for the public interest in my personal life, my faith choice is a matter which I would like to keep private,” said the promising Warriors left-arm seam bowler.


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Libya rebel general Abdel Fatah Younes killed

Posted on 29 July 2011 by admin

Benghazi (Libya), Jul 29 (UNI) General Abdel Fatah Younes, a former senior official in Muammar Gaddafi’s regime who defected to lead rebel forces, has been killed, the head of the rebel National Transitional Council has said.

“With all sadness, I inform you of the passing of Abdel Fatah Younes, the commander-in-chief of our rebel forces,” NTC chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil said late yesterday.

“The person who carried out the assassination was captured,” Abdel Jalil said without elaborating.

Younes was shot and killed by an armed group while he was on his way to Benghazi after he had been called in from the front to answer questions over the military situation, Abdel Jalil said.

He said there would be three days of mourning in Younes’s honour.

Rumours circulated in Benghazi earlier yesterday that Younes, known as the number two in Gaddafi’s regime prior to his defection in the early days of Libya’s revolt, was arrested but they could not be confirmed by AFP.

Abdel Jalil said he was giving a final warning to armed groups to either join the rebel armed forces on the front or NTC security forces in the cities.

Moments after the announcement, two vehicles loaded with an anti-aircraft gun and at least a dozen armed men came into the driveway of the Tibesti hotel, where the announcement had been made, an AFP reporter witnessed.

A witness said that they managed to enter the hotel with their weapons but security forces calmed them down and convinced them to leave.

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HC seeks Kalmadi attendance record in Parliament

Posted on 29 July 2011 by admin

New Delhi, Jul 29 (UNI) CWG case accused Suresh Kalmadi, who has sought permission to attend the Monsoon session of Parliament, was today asked by the Delhi High Court to produce his attendance record in Lok Sabha for the last five years.

Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw sought Kalmadi’s attendance record in Parliament for last five years while issuing notice to the CBI and asking it to file its reply on his plea.

The court said in case Kalmadi fails to obtain records of past five years, he can file his attendance record in previous sessions of the present Lok Sabha.

“Show me the past attendance record in Parliament sessions. What contribution he had during the sessions? What are the queries he had asked and what participation he wants now for which he has approached this court,” Justice Endlaw said, while asking Kalmadi to file a detailed affidavit on it on Monday.

The court posed a series of questions to senior counsel Ashok Desai, who appeared for Kalmadi, as to why should his plea to attend the coming session of the Parliament be allowed.

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Will resign as Chief Minister on Sunday: Yeddyurappa

Posted on 29 July 2011 by admin

Bangalore, Jul 29 (UNI) Breaking his silence after the party asked him to step down in the wake of the Lokayukta indictment in illegal mining scam, Continue Reading

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France’s burqa ban is Britain’s gain

Posted on 28 July 2011 by admin

London, July 28(UNI): Traders in London have noticed a surge in tourists from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in recent months.

With the French Government making it clear that foreigners will not be exempted from prosecution, there is mounting evidence that wealthy visitors from the Middle East have voted with their wallets. According to the West End Company, a body representing 600 retailers on Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street, Arab tourists are spending up to £2,000 each.

Late July has emerged as the peak period with tourists from the Middle East expected to spend more than £200 million. Anyone found wearing a face covering veil in France faces a fine of £132 ($150), with the French Government making it clear that the law would also be applied to overseas tourists.

Tourism experts warned that this could hit France with Gulf-based families likely to boycott France in protest at what they regard as a violation of their privacy. “People from this region are particularly sensitive about their privacy,” said Mohsin Kidwai, manager for holidays at United Arab Emirates -based Orient Travels.

Selfridges for example, has seen the number of foreign shoppers increase by over 40 per cent this year compared to 2010. Tourists from the Middle East are leading the way along with visitors from China and the United States of America, Luxury accessories such as handbags, watches and designer clothing have proved particularly popular with Middle Eastern tourists, with demand particularly strong for Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Mulberry and Chanel.

The rise Middle Eastern demand is a further boost for West End traders who have already enjoyed a bonanza thanks to the Royal Wedding and comes ahead of a predicted 2012 Olympics. It is not only shops who have been cashing in with the West End boom contradicting the misery on provincial high streets. Hotels are also reaping the benefits, with the latest calculations showing that the estimated 600,000 tourists calculated to be worth a further £30 million.


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Cabinet clears Lokpal Bill; PM, top judiciary exempted

Posted on 28 July 2011 by admin

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet, Thursday, approved the Lokpal Bill draft and announced that it will be introduced in the.. Continue Reading

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BJP Parl Board asks Yeddy to resign immediately

Posted on 28 July 2011 by admin

July28:Embattled Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa was today asked to resign immediately by the BJP’s top brass after.. Continue Reading

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