BJP West Bengal president Dilip Ghosh while speaking to ANI claimed that BJP will not get less than 200 seats in the upcoming state assembly elections. He further said that we are going ahead with the mantra - '19 mein half, 21 mein saaf.' "We didn't begin preparations today, we had started 5 years back. We have proceeded phase-wise, we all saw results in Lok Sabha elections. We are going ahead with mantra of '19 mein half, 21 mein saaf,' he added. When asked about not going with a chief minister face, Dilip Ghosh said that we have won several states without a CM face, we will win this also.
Political war of words erupted over Income Tax raids on Bollywood celebrities. Properties linked to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap and actor Taapsee Pannu was raided. Sites linked to Reliance Entertainment CEO Shibhashish Sarkar were also raided. I-T department was probing alleged tax evasion linked to Phantom Films which was dissolved in 2018. Some politicians and govt critics alleged political vendetta behind the raids. “BJP is misusing institutions like CBI, ED, I-T Department for political benefits. It's political vendetta. There is a dictator who doesn't want to listen to voices against him. He is destroying all institutions. Be it leaders or actors or activists, everyone is being targeted in the political vendetta,” said RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav. Watch the full video for more.
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The Free Balochistan Movement Germany Branch held a protest in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Frankfurt. The protesters shouted slogans against Pakistan and also held banners expressing solidarity with the families of the state victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan. A large number of people in Balochistan have gone missing who locals allege have been kidnapped by security agencies. A majority of them are languishing in detention centres for years whereas some are extra-judicially killed and tortured. Watch the full video for all the details.
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The Free Balochistan Movement Germany Branch organized a protest in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Frankfurt to express solidarity with the families of the state victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan and to inform the international community about Pakistan and Iran's atrocities against the Baloch people. Demonstrators held banners and placards with various slogans. They also chanted slogans against Pakistani and Iranian atrocities. A large number of people in Balochistan have done missing which the locals allege are kidnapped by security agencies. A majority of them are languishing in detention centres for years whereas some are extra-judicially killed and tortured. A large number of Baloch youth, who have migrated to the West, are raising their voice against Pakistan's atrocities on the Baloch people.
The Winter Olympics in Beijing are under growing calls for a boycott because of China’s policy on the Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the western region of Xinjiang, policy that the US government has deemed “genocide.” Beijing has vehemently denied such accusations and lashed out at what it calls the politicization of sports. Now one of America’s most prominent Olympians, skier Mikaela Shiffrin, tells CNN she should not have to choose between her morals and her job.
Chinese Community staged a car rally against Communist Party of China in city of Burlington, Ontario, Canada on Feb. 21. The Car rally went all across Malls and Shopping Plaza to aware Canadians about the danger of Communist Party of China. The banners on all cars were waving with Slogans "China Lied, People Died". On the following day, Canada's parliament passed a non-binding motion on Monday saying China's treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority in the Xinjiang region constitutes genocide, putting pressure on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to follow suit.
Cafe Karvaan lies in the middle of a Muslim ghetto in Delhi's Jamia Nagar. The aesthetically done up space is just one month old and fast becoming a hub for culture, conversation and some cofee or chai, whichever is your preference. The founders of the quaintlittle terrace space want to change the perception of a Muslim ghetto and make it place for people from all walks of life to meet.
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BJP leader and Member of Bihar Legislative Assembly Neeraj Bablu raised a demand for a new population control law in the country. Bablu said that he would approach Prime Minister Narendra Modi in this..
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In an alleged provocative remarks made over Covid-19 vaccine, BJP MLA Sangeet Som had earlier said "some Muslims" did not trust the country's scientists. When asked about the same, Sangeet Som replied..