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UP cabinet passes ordinance to check ‘unlawful’ religious conversions

Giving legal teeth to his promise of a crackdown on forcible conversions amid a spiralling row over "love jihad", Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath..
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UP Cabinet decides to introduce ordinance against unlawful religious conversions [Video]

UP Cabinet decides to introduce ordinance against unlawful religious conversions

Uttar Pradesh Cabinet decided to introduce an ordinance against unlawful religious conversions, informed state minister for MSME, Sidharth Nath Singh on November 24 to ANI. He added, "The ordinance provides for jail term of 1-5 years with Rs 15,000 penalty for forceful religious conversion. For conversions of minors and women of SC/SC community, there will be jail term of 3-10 years with Rs 25,000 penalty."

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Uttar Pradesh clears ordinance to check forced conversions; here's what it means

Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday approved the draft ordinance dealing with forced religious conversions for the sake of marriage, amid the 'love jihad' row.
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‘Don’t see them as Hindu & Muslim,’ says Allahabad HC; blow to Love Jihad law? [Video]

‘Don’t see them as Hindu & Muslim,’ says Allahabad HC; blow to Love Jihad law?

As some BJP ruled states including Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh have been mulling introduction of a law against ‘Love Jihad’, the Allahabad High Court has cancelled a case against a Muslim man Salamat by the parents of his wife, who converted from Hinduism to Islam last year to marry him. ‘We do not see Priyanka Kharwar & Salamat as Hindu and Muslim, rather as two grown-up individuals who out of their own free will and choice are living together peacefully and happily over a year. An individual on attaining majority is statutorily conferred a right to choose a partner, which if denied would not only affect his/her human right but also right to life & personal liberty, guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution,’ The High Court bench said. So how could this verdict be a setback to the BJP ruled states planning a Love Jihad law? Watch this video to find out.

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Tampa Bay health experts offer advice on COVID testing ahead of Thanksgiving holiday [Video]

Tampa Bay health experts offer advice on COVID testing ahead of Thanksgiving holiday

The demand for COVID-19 testing is surging as families get ready to gather for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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SC: Why not cap RT-PCR test price at 400?

The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought the Centre’s response to a PIL which sought capping of RT-PCR test for Covid-19 at Rs 400 for both government and private..
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India’s active Covid cases up again

This was the highest single-day increase in active cases since October 1, a sign that the pandemic could be on the rise again in the country. Active cases had..
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States told to gear up for post-inoculation checks

In an effort to boost preparedness for Covid-19 vaccine delivery, the health ministry has asked states and UTs to strengthen surveillance of adverse events after..
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Heartbreak as COVID floods rural hospitals [Video]

Heartbreak as COVID floods rural hospitals

After pounding big U.S. cities in the spring, COVID-19 now has engulfed rural and small-town America, seeming to seep into the country’s every nook and cranny. Many Midwest hospitals are severely lacking in beds, equipment and – most critically – clinical staff. This report produced by Emma Jehle.

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