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India highlights 'irony' after Pakistan co-sponsors UN resolution on safeguarding religious sites

DNA Friday, 22 January 2021
India has taken up several times the abduction of Hindu, Sikh, Christian girls in the country by summoning Pakistani diplomats.
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News video: India at UN raises voice for global peace, safeguarding religious minority

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India at the United Nations has pushed for global peace and end of violence. It slammed Pakistan and urged the UN to safeguard religious sites the world over. In December 2020, a historic Hindu temple in Karak was attacked and set on fire. India also raised a terrorist attack at Sikh gurudwaras in...

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Myanmar's U.N. Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, speaking for the country's elected civilian government ousted in a military coup on Feb. 1, appealed to the United Nations on Friday "to use any means necessary to take action against the Myanmar military" to restore democracy to the Southeast Asian country.

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'Cricket is a small thing, life of our soldiers more important': Gautam Gambhir [Video]

'Cricket is a small thing, life of our soldiers more important': Gautam Gambhir

Former India opener and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir spoke on the ties with Pakistan. Gambhir said there should be no relation with Pak till cross-border terrorism gets over. On Thursday, global terror financing watchdog FATF retained Pak on its 'grey list' till June. FATF said Pak failed to fully implement the 27-point action plan that it had drawn up. “Cricket is a very small thing and the lives of our soldiers are more important. There should be no relationship with Pak till cross-border terrorism gets over,” he said. Gambhir was campaigning for bypolls of 5 municipal wards in Delhi, which ended on Friday. Main rivals AAP, BJP and Congress have claimed they will emerge victorious in the contest. Voting for the municipal by-elections will be held on Sunday, results on March 3.

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Rollerblading police unit established in Pakistani port city of Karachi [Video]

Rollerblading police unit established in Pakistani port city of Karachi

The force has already been deployed to work outside the venue of the Pakistan Super League cricket tournament.

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Devotees celebrate 'Magh Purnima' in Haridwar, Prayagraj [Video]

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The nation is celebrating 'Magh Purnima' on Feb 27. Devotees took holy dip on the auspicious occasion in Haridwar and also offered prayers at the ghat. Similarly, devotees took holy dip on occasion of 'Magh Purnima' in Prayagraj as well. According to Hindu calendar, 'Magh Purnima' falls on full moon day.

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Protests in Canada against attack on Hindus allegedly by Khalistani elements [Video]

Protests in Canada against attack on Hindus allegedly by Khalistani elements

Canadians of Indian origin protested against attacks by alleged Khalistan supporters on Hindu minorities over the ongoing farmers' protest in India. The protesters gathered outside NDP MP Jagmeet Singh’s office and demanded that all Indian nationals be protected without any discrimination. They alleged that farmers stir had become a Khalistani movement and said that Hindu minorities are being targeted by these groups in Canada. This comes after the Ministry of External Affairs also asked Indian citizens to report any threats and attacks to the local police and the embassy. MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava also said that the Indian government had urged authorities in Canada to ensure the safety of all Indian nationals. Watch the full video for all the details.

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NRIs stage protest for allegedly being targeted by Khalistan supporters in Canada [Video]

NRIs stage protest for allegedly being targeted by Khalistan supporters in Canada

Some people of Indian origin staged a protest outside NDP MP Jagmeet Singh's office in Canada's Burnaby. They said that they are being targetted by Khalistan supporters due to ongoing farmers' protest in India. A protester said, "We're not against farmers' movement but this movement has actually turned into a Khalistani movement which is now targeting Hindu visible minorities. We really expect our leaders to protect everyone without any discrimination."

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