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Happy Eid al-Adha 2012

Posted on 26 October 2012 by admin


Eid-al-Adha also known as Eid-al-Zuha is one of the important festivals of the Muslims.

Eid-al-Adha is celebrated on the 10th day of the 12th month, Dhu a-Hijjah. It occurs after the Hajj pilgrimage, which, is the fifth pillar of Islam, undertaken by the Muslims.

According to the holy book Quran, the Bakri Id is a tribute paid to Abraham’s wish to sacrifice his only son Ishmael.


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Obama scripts history; becomes first US Prez to vote early

Posted on 26 October 2012 by admin

Washington, Oct 26 (UNI) Barack Obama scripted history when he cast his ballot 12 days ahead of the November 6 polls, becoming the first sitting US President to vote early in the election described by him as an “extremely tight” race between him and his Republican rival Mitt Romney.

Amidst his hectic electioneering schedule, 51-year-old Obama flew in from Richmond in Virginia to cast his vote at the Martin Luther King Community Center in his home town of Chicago yesterday.

As Obama entered the polling booth, he greeted everybody and said it is exciting to get to vote early.

“This is the first time a President’s ever going to be early voting,” he said. “That’s pretty exciting.”

After a woman election official asked for his driver’s licence for identification purposes, he said: “Oh, you’re right” and took out his driver’s licence from his pocket. “Now ignore the fact that there’s no grey hair in that picture,” he said in a lighter vein.

Following this, the election official asked him a question about paperwork, something about whether it was the right form he had, according to a White House pool report.

“I assume it is,” he replied. “I hope so. If not, this will be really embarrassing.”

While waiting, he asked if they had been getting a lot of early voters and was told they were. “It makes such a difference,” he said. Then he remarked, “I’m just glad I renewed my driver’s license.”

According to the pool report, the woman, who took his licence, held it up and gave it the sort of skeptical examination a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officer would.

Obama laughed. “Did you see that?” he said, then mimicked her looking over the licence.

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Gadkari, Vadra must declare their business interests: Kejriwal

Posted on 26 October 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Oct 26 (UNI) Activist Arvind Kejriwal today demanded that BJP chief Nitin Gadkari and Robert Vadra declare all their business interests and where all they own land in the country.

He said the probe against Gadkari by IT Department was an “eye-wash” as Congress and BJP were “hand in glove” trying to save each other.

“Vadra should publicise where all he owns land. What are his business interests? When did he buy this land and at what cost? Gadkari and Vadra should publicise all their business interests in the country and abroad,” he said.

On the Income Tax department launching a probe to trace the source of funding of various firms that invested in Gadkari’s company Purti Power and Sugar Limited, he said government has said that the IT Department would submit a report in a month.

“IT Act has no provision for such a probe. Is the government fooling people. Under the IT Act, you can raid under Section 132, or survey under Section 133 A or scrutinise under Section 143. What is the Government doing?

“Will IT find anything if it conducts raids or surveys? Raids are conducted in secrecy. This is how CBI conducts raids after grand announcements. And what happened to Robert Vadra? Does any agency have guts to even summon him or investigate him. He is so right. It’s a banana republic,” he said.

He also asked if the IT Department is probing Gadkari, why was it not investigating Vadra. “Are all these probes merely an eyewash? Time will tell. It would further prove that Congress and BJP are hand in glove,” he said.

He said media reports claimed that Haryana officers gave clean chit to Vadra.

“That was expected. Country would be surprised if it were otherwise. In Haryana, all good officers are shunted out.

Those in key positions crawl when asked to bend. Now Cong will protect Gadkari and BJP will protect Vadra,” he said.

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Substance in allegations against Gadkari: Shinde

Posted on 26 October 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Oct 26 (UNI) Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today said there seems to be “substance” in the Continue Reading

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Obama, Romney clash on foreign policy

Posted on 23 October 2012 by admin

Oct 23(UNI):US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed over national security and key foreign policy issues in the third and final presidential debate.

The Florida debate saw rivalstangling over the Arab Spring, Iran, China’s rise and more in a 90-minute war of words.

President Obama was the aggressor from the start of the encounter which provided both the candidates a last chance to appeal to millions of voters in what appears to be a neck-and-neck race to the White House.

On the broader concept of the US foreign policy during the debate, both Obama and Romney agreed that the US should not allow Iran to go nuclear, would support Israel in case of attack, the 2014 withdrawal time line from Afghanistan, andthe need to take stronger action against China.

Both the rivals also sparred on the issue of tackling terror.

Responding to a question, Romney argued that despite a strained relationship with Islamabad, the United States can’t afford to “divorce” itself with Pakistan, which is a nation of more than a 100 nuclear weapons.


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BJP stands behind Gadkari, asks for investigations

Posted on 23 October 2012 by admin

Oct 23(UNI):BJP today stood firmly behind its president Nitin Gadkari facing corruption charges, saying the party “endorses” his stand on facing any investigation by competent authority.
At the same time, it also lashed out at Congress for being “prejudicial” in demanding probe against him but refusing investigation into corruption charges against the party or against Robert Vadra.
“The BJP party president has himself said allegations levelled against him are baseless. He has appeared in media to explain his position. He has himself said that he is open to any investigations by any competent authority. The party endorses his view,” party spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman told reporters here.
The difference between BJP and ruling Congress party facing “list of corruption” charges lies in the fact that while Gadkari has said he is open to any investigation, Congress is running away from answering questions and is not open to investigations, she said.
“…you found cabinet ministers in the Union Cabinet coming out openly to say there is no need to investigate (against Vadra) in this matter. The difference lies in the fact that BJP is always open and its ready to meet the press and to say they are open to investigation,” she said.
“If ministers are taking very prejudicial line on party basis…I don’t think ministers should be selective of picking and choosing,” she said.
The party spokesperson also criticised Congress for trying to cover up allegations of corruption against Vibradra Singh and demanded a probe.
“There is an effort by the Congress to show all the reports which are coming against Virbhadra Singh… as though it is simple case of tax avoidance or tax related matters. It is certainly not that simple, it is just a clear cut open and shut case of corruption,” she said.
“BJP demands that it be treated as corruption related and with all seriousness be investigated into,” she said.

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UK reviewing its stand towards Gujarat: BJP on Modi-envoy meet

Posted on 23 October 2012 by admin

Oct 23(UNI):British High Commissioner James Bevan’s meeting today with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is not the end of a ten-year isolation of the leader but a reviewing of Continue Reading

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Terror suspect Fasih Mohammed arrested

Posted on 22 October 2012 by admin

Oct22(UNI):Fasih Mohammed, a suspected Indian Mujahideen operator and a key accused in the Delhi and Bangalore blasts, was today arrested after he was deported from Saudi Arabia.
28-year-old Mohammed, after being in detention for five months in Saudi Arabia, was taken into custody from Delhi airport on his arrival from the Gulf, official sources said.
India had sought deportation of Mohammed from Saudi Arabia and also got an Interpol Red Corner notice issued against him.
An engineer and believed to be a member of the banned outfit Indian Mujahideen, Bihar-born Mohammed is alleged to have been involved in the Chinnaswamy Stadium blast in Bangalore and the shooting near Jama Masjid (Delhi), both in 2010, and is wanted by Delhi and Karnataka police.
His name cropped up during the interrogation of suspected IM terrorists arrested during the last nine months.
While the Saudi authorities confirmed his detention there, they conveyed that they were closely examining his role and stay in that country.
Mohammed’s wife Nikhat Parveen had approached the Supreme Court claiming that her husband was in the custody of Central security agencies, a charge denied by the Government.

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Trinamool mulling motion under rule 184

Posted on 22 October 2012 by admin

Kolkata, Oct 22 (UNI) After bitter separation with the Congress, the Trinamool Congress is mulling moving an Continue Reading

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External Affairs Minister S M Krishna meets Sultan of Brunei

Posted on 20 October 2012 by admin

Brunei, Oct 20 (UNI) External Affairs Minister S M Krishna today met Sultan of Brunei during his official visit to the Southeast Asian nation and expressed India’s willingness to enhance its energy cooperation with this country.

“India wants to enhance energy cooperation with Brunei…

and is looking forward to long term LNG contracts with Brunei,” Krishna told Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah here.

Brunei has been ranked by Forbes magazine as the fifth richest nation in the world due to its extensive petroleum and natural gas fields.

Sultan Bolkiah assured Krishna of increased business ties with India especially in the field of oil and LNG. Sultan Bolkiah is scheduled to visit New Delhi in December.

Brunei would supply LNG to India on a long term basis.

During his visit, first by any Indian External Affairs Minister, Krishna also met his Brunei counterpart princess Hajah Masna and discussed issues of bilateral interests.

Krishna’s visit to Brunei – the country coordinator for India in the ASEAN – comes ahead of the India-ASEAN summit to be held later this year.

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