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Mohan Bhagwat cautions against ‘urban Maoism’ and ‘neo-Left’ | India News

[ad_1] NAGPUR (MAHARASHTRA): Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday said Maoism has always been "urban" and the neo-Left doctrine of urban Naxals is to establish an "anti-national" leadership with blind followers solely committed to them. He charged that "urban Maoism" was propagating falsehood and spreading hatred in the society. Maoism has always been urban which used neglected sections of society to further its agenda, he said. "These
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Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football

[ad_1] Image copyright EPA They say when in Rome, do as the Romans do. And the Duchess of Sussex did just that by trying her hand at Aussie Rules football in Melbourne. Meghan tossed the oval ball during a reception held for her and Prince Harry on the third day of their tour of Australia and New Zealand.It was part of a sporting demonstration for the UN campaign This Girl

Australia to play T20 against UAE

[ad_1] Australia will play the United Arab Emirates for the first time in an official Twenty20 match next week after the game was sanctioned, officials said Thursday.The touring Australians were scheduled to face the UAE as part of its tune-up for their upcoming T20 series against Pakistan.But it has now been granted full international status after both Cricket Australia and the Pakistan Cricket Board agreed to the move, the International
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Paddington station: ‘Near normal’ service after rail chaos

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPaddington station: Frustrated passengers amid rail chaos Rail passengers are being told a "near normal service" is likely to and from London Paddington during the morning rush hour, but some further disruption is possible.Services were delayed or cancelled throughout Wednesday.The chaos was caused by damage to 500m of overhead power cables inflicted during a train test run.Engineers carried out repairs overnight
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reliance industries: Reliance Industries halts Iranian oil imports ahead of US sanctions

[ad_1] NEW DELHI: Reliance Industries Ltd, owner of the world's biggest refining complex, has halted imports of Iranian crude ahead of US sanctions against Tehran's oil sector, its joint chief financial officer said. The United States plans to impose new sanctions on Iran's oil sector from November 4 in a bid to curb Iranian involvement in conflicts in Syria and Iraq and bring Tehran to the negotiating table over its

Brexit: Row erupts over Commons ‘meaningful vote’

[ad_1] Image copyright Reuters Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has riled some MPs after appearing to suggest Parliament might not get a so-called "meaningful vote" on any deal.Some MPs want the right to amend whatever Theresa May eventually comes back with, but Mr Raab hinted it may only be a "take it or leave it" choice.The BBC's Laura Kuenssberg says it's a "big fat row waiting to happen".The argument erupted as
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Four prisoners released by mistake in three weeks

[ad_1] Image caption The first of the four prisoners was released in error from HMP Norwich on 9 August Four prisoners were released from jail by mistake across England in just three weeks, the BBC has discovered.The inmates were released in error between 9 and 28 August from four different prisons - HMP Norwich, HMP Onley, HMP Styal and HMP Isis.A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said all of the prisoners
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Eritrean asylum seeker, 17, relocation labelled ‘tragic’

[ad_1] Image copyright Peter Currington Image caption Since arriving in England, Abedom has become part of the community including days out with his running coach Peter Currington A decision to move an "extraordinary" asylum seeker from a town without warning has been labelled tragic.Eritrean Abedom Beyene, 17, arrived in the UK last year after a journey that saw him walk across the Sahara desert.Cambridgeshire County Council, which said it would
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Why more young people are using Crimestoppers

[ad_1] Image copyright Crimestoppers Image caption James Atherley was jailed for a minimum term of 26 years Anonymous crime reporting service Crimestoppers is busier than ever. Almost half of those who contact it are under 35, and one in five is from black or minority ethnic groups. Why is that?When 20-year-old Callum Lees died after being stabbed in the neck his killer went on the run.Detectives soon suspected that the