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I'm not Malala and safe in my India: Kashmiri activist Yana Mir at UK Parliament

The Economic Times 23 Feb 2024
... width="107" alt="" border="0" /></a>I'm not Malala and safe in my India.
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"I'm not Malala": Kashmiri activist denounces Pakistan's propaganda mechanism at UK parliament

Beijing News 23 Feb 2024
Kashmiri activist and journalist Yana Mir, strongly denounced the propaganda mechanism by Pakistan to "dent India's image on the international stage" and said that she is completely safe and free in ...
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'I'm not Malala, I'm safe in India': Kashmiri activist Yana Mir's speech in UK Parliament goes viral

Live Mint 23 Feb 2024
Yana Mir, a Kashmiri activist and journalist, said in the UK Parliament recently that she is completely safe and free in 'Kashmir, which is a part of India'.
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Guru Ravidas Jayanti 2024: Who is Sant Ravidas?

Live Mint 23 Feb 2024
His teachings are hugely followed by a large number of people and have brought them to the right path in life.&nbsp;Sant Guru Ravidas Jayanti is hugely observed in the Northern part of India including Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and Haryana.Also Read.
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Howard Thurman, inspiration to MLK, was a man of firsts

The Grio 23 Feb 2024
He was the first person to lead a delegation of Black people to India to meet Mahatma Gandhi, the activist-leader who led the victorious nonviolent campaign for his country’s independent rule from Great Britain.
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Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri: All you need to know about the India's Civilian Awards

Indian Express 22 Feb 2024
... and independence activist, pivotal in establishing Banaras Hindu University (Posthumous) 2019 Nanaji Deshmukh Social activist and politician contributed to rural development (Posthumous) 2019 Dr.
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X ‘disagrees’ with Centre’s censorship orders, calls for greater transparency

Financial Express 22 Feb 2024
India is a key market for ... Later, Twitter told the government that it would not restrict accounts belonging to journalists, activists, and politicians in India citing freedom of speech on its platform.
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Maulana Azad 66th death anniversary: Educationist’s contributions recalled, compilation of letters launched

Hindustan Times 22 Feb 2024
The Maulana Azad Memorial Academy conducted a memorial programme at Eram GirlsDegree College, on the 66th death anniversary of Maulana Azad, the first minister for education in India.
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New report details atrocities of persecution in Nigeria with 8,000 Christians killed last year alone

Life Site 22 Feb 2024
The massacre of Christians in Nigeria is now dubbed ‘Silent Genocide’ or ‘Jihadist Genocide of Christians.’”. RELATED ... RELATED ... RELATED ... RELATED. Religious freedom activists urge Biden admin to explain absence of Nigeria, India from persecution list.
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Mahila Congress workers seek Odisha CM’s retirement, scuffle with police

Deccan Herald 21 Feb 2024
... Commissioner of Police Prateek Singh said.</p>.Odisha govt invokes ESMA to prohibit fire personnel strike.<p>“Lamba and other activists were stopped and removed from the public road.
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Ameen Sayani, the golden voice of India that revolutionised radio presentation, falls silent

Indian Express 21 Feb 2024
A few years later, veteran educationist and political activist Aruna Asaf Ali told Sayani that he needed to do these popular shows from All India Radio and not from Sri Lanka ... It took you to an India that once was.
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: Indian Ports Union Refuses to Handle Weapons for Israel Amidst Gaza war

Watan 20 Feb 2024
Human rights activists and defense analysts say this development further implicates India in the ongoing genocide of Palestinians unfolding in Gaza ... Indian companies also participate in producing many Israeli weapons in factories across India.

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FILE - In this photo released by Sputnik news agency on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024, Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures while speaking during an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. When former Fox News host Tucker Carlson last week asked Vladimir Putin about his reasons for sending troops into Ukraine two years ago, Putin gave him a lecture on Russian history, arguing that Ukrainians and Russians historically have always been one people, and that Ukraine's sovereignty is merely an illegitimate holdover from the Soviet era. In Russia, history has long become a propaganda tool used to advance the Kremlin's political goals
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