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  1. The woman arrived in Delhi on June 20 and booked a prepaid taxi to her hotel in Paharganj. However, the driver took her to a fake government office in Gole Market. She was told that since elections were underway in the national capital, all roads leading towards Paharganj were blocked. Her suspicions aroused, she asked the accused for their Wi-Fi password which they gave her. She then posted a message on her Facebook wall. Sensing that she had developed suspicions about them, the accused robbed her of 500 Euros and forced her into a car.They took her to Chandigarh after threatening her of dire consequences if she raised an alarm.After reaching Chandigarh, the woman managed to escape from their clutches and informed the Italian embassy who then informed the Delhi Police and a case was registered.On the basis of technical surveillance, the accused Nikki and Prithvi Raj were arrested, police said. News Source
  2. An old man was beaten up and his house set on fire by a mob after they allegedly found a dead cow outside his house in Deori, Jharkhand. Crowd started pelting stones and dispersed only after a few rounds were fired in the air. Ansari was admitted to a hospital. Photo of Ansari taken to hospital - Photo of house, and mob - Some reactions - "What is happening to human rights? The government is responsible for supporting these groups. You can’t attack a person just because a dead animal was found outside the house.” “This is mobocracy, not democracy.” News Source
  3. Suggest me a new mobile phone, budget INR 40,000

    Yes, I am open to buy from both Dubai and Malaysia. I regularly travel outside India. IP 7 32GB is 40k after cashback and its within my budget, but I don't want it for low storage, single SIM and big footprint for mere 4.7" screen, those bezels are bigger than on my new 4k TV. 6s is outdated when IP 8 is about to release. I don't want the iPhone. I guess I will bite the bullet and get S8 from Dubai.
  4. I was predominantly a cricket section poster, go to my profile and see threads started by me or older posts. I am avid follower of Rohit Sharma and was trolled so much. Now I avoid that section. Austin I am a Hindu myself, and I have bashed Congress in past.
  5. BJP workers in Mysore spread Gau Mutra across the Mysore Kalamandira auditorium, a government building, after meat was consumed there by KS Bhagwan, a former professor of Mysore University on Sunday. The BJP workers alleged that the meat was beef. A three-day seminar on food habits was organised by Charvika Organisation. News Source
  6. Hey guys I have 4 options - 1. Samsung S7 Edge - 41k (after 10k cashback) + Stellar Display, Great Camera, Stunning design, Water Proof - Lack of screen protectors, Slippery 2. Samsung S8 - 39k from Dubai + Gorgeous design, Super smooth, Best display ever, great camera, compact form factor for 5.8" screen - Not local warranty, prone to screen shatter all glass built 3. L.G. G6 - 35k local + Affordable for a flagship, Quad DAC, Wide angle camera feature - Poor Selfie camera, L.G. UI is cartoonish, screen is not great 4. OnePlus 5 - 33k/38k + Leading specs, great 16MP selfie camera, bloatfree software - resembles IP7+, No OIS in 4k video, 1080p display, no waterproofing, no expandable storage, concerns about after sales service Which one do you suggest ?
  7. 'Hindization' - Passports to be in both English and HINDI: Sushma Swaraj

    China is a giant, easily 20 years ahead of India. They have whole eco-system in Chinese from Internet search engines to their own Wikipedia. Don't compare them to Indians, Indians don't and cannot have same luxury due to sheer diversity. Why reinvent the wheel, when you can educate the upcoming generation in English and platform is set.
  8. Hindi is Our National Language, Important to Learn it: Venkaiah Naidu

    Monolingualism, apple vs oranges. Nobody will bat an eyelid if Bangladesh bans Hindi or English to protect Bengali. Not the case with India.
  9. Hindi is Our National Language, Important to Learn it: Venkaiah Naidu

    BJP Logic : English users are desh dhrohi (Anti-nationals).
  10. Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu kicked up a storm on Saturday as he called Hindi the ‘Rashtra Bhasha’ (national language). Regional parties have accused the BJP of trying to impose Hindi on them. Quotes - 1. Hindi as Rashtra Bhasha (national language) is very important, we cannot do without it. 2. I want that in our education policy we should consider promoting Hindi. It is our misfortune that we give too much importance to English medium. 3. Dheere dheere angrezi seekhte seekhte angrezi mind bhi aa gaya hamare mein. Ye acchha nahi hai, desh hitt mein nahi hai. (By learning English language, we have also developed an English mindset, it is not good for national interests).. 4. English is being given undue importance because of its association with increasing job prospects. 5. It is our misfortune that both educated and uneducated people teach their kids to speak ‘mummy and papa’ for mother and father. News Source
  11. 'Hindization' - Passports to be in both English and HINDI: Sushma Swaraj

    Cow belt (Hindi BIMARU states) would have faced tough battle had Punjabi's (180m) and Bengali's (250m) not partitioned on religious lines. They are substantial along with South Cultures.
  12. 'Hindization' - Passports to be in both English and HINDI: Sushma Swaraj

    I was in Delhi last month and a guy asked me for directions to 'Kendriye Sachivalya' (Central Secretariat), I had no clue whatsoever that Secretariat is called Sachivalya in pure Hindi. Very few states in India can boast to speak unadulterated Hindi, rest speak 'Hindustani', which has heavy Urdu and Punjabi influence thanks to Hindi movie industry dominated by Punjabi's and Mohajirs who migrated from Pakistan. I think MP is one such state where people speak good Hindi. Don't start with Haryanvi Hindi, they use 60% Punjabi words and dance on Punjabi songs. Bihari's have their own flavour. If you get my drift. One finds a growing ease in recreating the language to suit one's culture, which is a very hodge-podge culture, and one that's also comfortable in its own dysfunctionality. Hinurdulabi (Hindi+Punjabi+Urdu), for all its occasional breakdowns of communication, is an authentically Indian hybrid. The Shiv Sena renamed Bombay Mumbai and forces shopkeepers to replace their English signs with Marathi, but its leaders still send their own children to expensive English-medium schools. That is because English is now, more than ever, an essential passport to white-collar jobs.
  13. There was a communal angle to the boy’s killing, contradicting the police who had blamed the incident on a seat-sharing dispute. Recounting the incident, victim Junaid’s brother Shakir, who was admitted to AIIMS in Delhi, said their attackers kept alleging that they were carrying beef, but it wasn’t true. “My three brothers and I were returning home after buying clothes for Eid. We boarded the train at Sadar. Some people boarded the train at Okhla and then at Kalkabad. They started abusing us, saying we were Muslims and deshdrohi (traitor). They said we should ‘go back to Pakistan’. They then threw my brother Junaid’s skull cap on the ground and pulled my other brother’s beard. They slapped us. We couldn’t do anything but only shout back at them. Four to five of them were quiet healthy and seemed to be over 30 years old. When we neared Ballabhgarh, they prevented us from getting off the train. They took out a big knife…. I haven't seen such a big knife before. They stabbed my brother. They stabbed me too. I have stitches on my neck and chest. Junaid died on the spot.” Shakir added that none of the other passengers came to their rescue and that no policemen were present when they finally left the train. “A friend called an ambulance. We had to wait for an hour.”“Until this train ride, I never thought someone could speak to us like that. I'm a Hindustani first, and a Muslim after that. I told them that we hadn't harmed them in any way and that we were traveling on the train like all other passengers. But they attacked us saying we were Muslim. I hope the law will punish them. My brother is dead. I hope the law will punish them,” Shakir told from the hospital bed.Back home, the family is plunged into mourning and looking for answers on why their son was killed.Junaid’s mother Saira said, “His skull cap was taken and crushed by feet. We are made of the same flesh and blood. We are all one. This hatred needs to stop. What happened to my son, can happen to yours too.” “My son was studying. He used to come home only for Ramzan. And now he is gone,” the distraught mother said. Source
  14. An argument over a seat turned into religious slurs and triggered a mob attack on family members returning home from Eid shopping. The attackers repeatedly called them “anti-nationals” and “beef eaters”, threw their skull caps on the floor, caught their beards and taunted them with terms such as “mulla”. "My sons wanted to look good, so they specially went to purchase a new set of clothes. Their mother asked them to fetch the best sewaiyan and sweets to be served on the festival. He promised to reach home early, but what reached home was his dead body. How could those men be so cruel to have pierced my son’s body like that,” Jallaluddin, Junaid’s father, said. “He was a child. He was just 16. How could they hate us so much to have killed him so brutally? When I reached the spot, my son Hashim was sitting on the station with Junaid’s body soaked in blood in his lap”. Saira, Junaid’s mother, was oblivious to the news of her son’s death. Till Friday morning she was not informed about it. I got to know only when his body returned home this morning. When he did not reach home last night, I kept asking his father about his whereabouts but no one answered me. I lost him. How can this be justified. How am I to cope up with this loss?”. News Source UPDATE There was a communal angle to the boy’s killing, contradicting the police who had blamed the incident on a seat-sharing dispute. Recounting the incident, victim Junaid’s brother Shakir, who was admitted to AIIMS in Delhi, said their attackers kept alleging that they were carrying beef, but it wasn’t true. “My three brothers and I were returning home after buying clothes for Eid. We boarded the train at Sadar. Some people boarded the train at Okhla and then at Kalkabad. They started abusing us, saying we were Muslims and deshdrohi (traitor). They said we should ‘go back to Pakistan’. They then threw my brother Junaid’s skull cap on the ground and pulled my other brother’s beard. They slapped us. We couldn’t do anything but only shout back at them. Four to five of them were quiet healthy and seemed to be over 30 years old. When we neared Ballabhgarh, they prevented us from getting off the train. They took out a big knife…. I haven't seen such a big knife before. They stabbed my brother. They stabbed me too. I have stitches on my neck and chest. Junaid died on the spot.” Shakir added that none of the other passengers came to their rescue and that no policemen were present when they finally left the train. “A friend called an ambulance. We had to wait for an hour.”“Until this train ride, I never thought someone could speak to us like that. I'm a Hindustani first, and a Muslim after that. I told them that we hadn't harmed them in any way and that we were traveling on the train like all other passengers. But they attacked us saying we were Muslim. I hope the law will punish them. My brother is dead. I hope the law will punish them,” Shakir told from the hospital bed.Back home, the family is plunged into mourning and looking for answers on why their son was killed.Junaid’s mother Saira said, “His skull cap was taken and crushed by feet. We are made of the same flesh and blood. We are all one. This hatred needs to stop. What happened to my son, can happen to yours too.” “My son was studying. He used to come home only for Ramzan. And now he is gone,” the distraught mother said. Source
  15. 'Hindization' - Passports to be in both English and HINDI: Sushma Swaraj

    Indian subcontinent speaks hundreds of regional vernaculars. Amid this Babel, English remains the India's only lingua franca. Most of the hostility to English these days comes from regional or language chauvinists who condemn it as a Trojan horse of Globalisation.

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