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Gujarat Waqf Court Seeks Lawsuits Against Lawyers | Ahmedabad News

AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat State Waqf Court has requested the Law Society of Gujarat (BCG) to take legal action against four lawyers for their allegedly inappropriate behavior during a hearing. The lawyers had accused the members of the tribunal of having recused themselves because two of them belonged to the Sunni …

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Black Panther and Storm are better apart, and even Marvel knows it

A preview of Black Panther #4 shows that Storm and Black Panther may not be good for each other anymore, despite being an iconic couple. Warning: Black Panther #4 preview pages are early! There was a time when Storm and Black Panther were one of Marvel’s most prominent couples. In …

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Mutt with political clout | Deccan Herald

For the majority of visitors, especially those from outside Uttar Pradesh who throng the sprawling Gorakhnath temple complex in the heart of Gorakhpur, the birthplace of the Chief Minister of the Northern State, Yogi Adityanath , the place may seem like any other famous temple with devotees bowing to Baba …

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How The Obi-Wan Kenobi Series Can Set Up The Mandalorian Season 3

Obi-Wan’s past on Mandalore creates an opportunity to reveal more of the Mandalorian history that has become central to Din Djarin’s story. The next Disney+ Obi Wan Kenobi could lay the groundwork for The Mandalorian season 3. Boba Fett’s Book recently played such a role also in its last three …

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Dera Gurmeet leader Ram Rahim gets Z-plus security

Image source: FACEBOOK/ DERA SACHA SAUDA Dera Gurmeet leader Ram Rahim gets Z-plus security Strong points On leave, detainees are allowed to visit their families for a set period Chief Dera was convicted in 2017 in the case of the rape of two disciples He was taken to safety due …

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On the 80th anniversary, the families of Camp Amache remember and are honored by Sect. Inside Deb Haaland

All that remains of the original camp is windswept prairie grass and old building foundations. “It’s a part of American history that for many years people wanted to sweep under the rug,” said Derek Okubo of Denver, whose father, Henry, was incarcerated on these grounds 80 years ago. years. It …

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Dear Rahul Gandhi, stop before you help separatists destroy Bharat

In a recent speech, Deputy Speaker of Congress Rahul Gandhi said that India is not a nation, but a union of states. In saying this, he also referred to the Indian Constitution. Regarding the constitution, it describes India as a union of states. But to say that India is not …

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SECT College Alumni Organized for 2015 Batch

The SECT College Alumni Gathering was organized for the college alumni of the class of 2015 to 2018. The program started with the lighting of the lamp and Saraswati Vandana by Principal Neelam Singh in front of Maa Saraswati. After that, a welcome song was performed by the students present. …

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UP polls: Former governments could not avenge Pak’s murder of our jawans, says Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched an all-out attack on the opposition in Uttar Pradesh on Monday, citing the third anniversary of the Pulwama terror attacks in which 40 CRPF members lost their lives. life. “During the reign of the Congress supported by SP, BSP, any Tom, Dick and Harry …

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Salt and Sacrifice locks in a May release date

Salt and Sacrifice, the sequel to the dark Metroidvania inspired by Ska Studios Salt and Sanctuarywill be released on May 10. That’s according to a new trailer released today, which not only confirms a much more varied color scheme than its predecessor, but also explains how PvP multiplayer will work. …

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How charlatans can kill – Then24

Alongside honorable complementary practices proliferate bizarre and dangerous treatments that alienate patients from medicine and common sense. Katia, suffering from breast cancer, understood this too late. Testimony and investigation. She was a luscious, generous girl who took full advantage of life, a vegetarian who feasted on chocolate nuns and simmered …

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Dera chief Ram Raheem on 21-day leave, Hry Govt says nothing to do with polls

Dera Sacha Sauda leader Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who is serving a prison sentence in a Haryana prison, was granted a three-week furlough on Monday, a reprieve which Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said. had nothing to do with the elections. The 21-day holiday comes days before assembly polls in …

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Hey, I’m just saying | Deccan Herald

“…the rioters were shouting slogans, breaking into shops and ransacking them; the police watched as helpless spectators… The moment he arrived, Panditji began to struggle with the rioters. He was slapping one and yelling at another. He recovered the stolen goods and returned them to the stores. Seeing the Prime …

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William Ruto, Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi reject the Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2022

The Elections (Amendment) Bill 2022 has rubbed the campaigns of Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza the wrong way, with leaders on both sides agreeing to oppose a return to manual transmission of election results contained in the clauses of the bill. Vice President William Ruto led the retribution alleging …

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For Against Matt Nagy becomes Detroit Lions’ next offensive coordinator

The Matt Nagy era in Chicago was far from the most successful. He went a combined 34-31 and made two playoff appearances in four seasons on the job. He did, however, guide the Bears to a 12-4 mark and an NFC North crown in his first season in Windy City …

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let’s face it, our society still prefers religion. But why?

There’s nothing more ecumenical than the gay panic, is there? I say “gay” because it scrolls better than the LGBTIQ+ panic, but it’s the whole picnic of questions of gender and sexuality that agitate our religions so much that they are constantly at the center of insoluble social controversies. This …

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Chelsea Morrese Steps Into Role Of Landis Manager – The Lafayette

Emma Chen, Deputy EditorJanuary 28, 2022 After working at the Landis Center for the past five years, Chelsea Morrese has become the new director of the Landis Center following the departure of civil engineering professor Arthur Kney. Kney worked with Morrese the entire time they worked at Landis and expressed …

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UP assembly election: What connects Yogi Adityanath and Akhilesh Yadav | India News

NEW DELHI: After a long period of uncertainty, the candidacy of Samajwadi Party (SP) Chairman Akhilesh Yadav was announced by the party on Monday to contest the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly (UP) elections. The name of UP (CM) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has already been declared by the Bharatiya Janata …

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Anthem Notes: All Creatures of Our God and King |

About 800 years ago, St. Francis of Assisi wrote a hymn that personified the elements of creation with family gender terms: He referred to the Sun, wind, and fire as “our brothers.” The moon and the water, he called them “our sisters”. And he revered the earth as our “Our …

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Archive 81: List of the scariest characters

Archive 81: Scariest Characters Listed: There are spooky and spooky characters in the new Netflix 81 collection, a few of which are- samuel It certainly is, Samuel is the most brutal and terrifying character in Archive 81. X-Men: Days of the Future Past actor Evan Jonigkit, Samuel, 1994 Sect Fear …

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Faisal Akram had a criminal record dating back over 25 years

New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS): Synagogue terrorist Malik Faisal Akram was being watched by British spies in the months leading up to his 10am siege in Texas over his links to extremism – but was released, the Daily Mail reported. The Blackburn-born father of six, a career criminal and reputed …

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Nationwide protests erupt in Lebanon amid growing economic, social and political crisis

A Lebanese protester holds a sign in Arabic that reads, “Down with the rule of the bank,” in Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Feb. 26, 2021. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) Over the past week, Lebanon has seen mass protests against the discredited and dysfunctional government that has failed to tackle growing poverty and …

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A Muslim woman has reached the High Court against Talaq-ul-Sunnat

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has requested the central government to respond by notifying the central government in case of unreasonable talaq (talaq-ul-Sunnat) by a Muslim man to his wife at any time. The Center has 8 weeks to respond to the notice. The opinion was issued by a …

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Anuradha Ghandy on Hindutva, women in RSS and a complete abolition of caste

Perhaps no account of the Indian feminist movement can be explored with precision without the mention of revolutionary leader Anuradha Ghandy. From belonging to the Dalit Panther movement, the Naxalite movement, to the expansion of the now forbidden Krantikari Adivasi Mahila Sanghatan, Ghandy has worked with and for oppressed communities …

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Robert Sharpe identified as the person whose remains were found after the Marshall fire

Robert Sharpe (courtesy Boulder Emergency Management Office) Robert Sharpe, a dedicated environmentalist, prayer group leader and outspoken citizen who never shied away from weighing in on local affairs, died Dec. 30 in the Boulder County home he had cherished for four decades – the first Death confirmed from the Marshall …

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Marshall’s neighbors set fire to Ground Zero curious, relieved and angry at possible religious sect guilt | Subscriber content

The zero point neighbors of Colorado’s most devastating wildfires exchanged tales of emergency, confusion, helplessness and anger as Old Marshall Road first opened to the public on Wednesday. Bob Gabriella, whose family were the first to build on the historic rural street in 1865, said he saw a trickle of …

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Islam: a universal religion from Adam to Muhammad

Many people around the world, including many Muslims, tend to think that Islam originated in Arabia in the seventh century; they consider Muhammad as its “founder” and the Koran as its holy book. Was Islam the result of Jewish and Christian influence on the Prophet Muhammad? Did it start as …

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Hosseini: Islamic Emirate Should Recognize Jafari Sect

Sayed Javad Hosseini, head of the Afghan Justice and Development Party, criticized the Shiite lack of representation in government during a speech at a meeting in Kabul. Mr Hosseini said 25 percent of the country’s population is Shiite and that more than four months have passed since the Islamic Emirate …

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The Unsolved Plots of Star Trek: Voyager

The Voyager crew have always seemed to be involved in uprisings, rebellions, and civil wars, and in Season 6’s cliffhanger, “Unimatrix Zero,” they’ve done it all over again. This time, the ex-Borg Seven of Nine discovers a collective unconscious nicknamed “Unimatrix Zero”, a state that Borg drones enter when they …

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Temple bells are part of the scrap metal used to fuel Japan’s war effort

In 1941, as the Japanese government scavenged metal wherever it could for the impending war in the Pacific, the country’s largest Buddhist group easily handed over its temple bells for the upcoming massacre. The response of the Hongwanji School of the True Pure Land sect to the metal collecting order …

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Government to approve NIS 1 billion Golan Heights development plan on Sunday

Government ministers will hold their weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday at a kibbutz in the Golan Heights, where they will approve a NIS 1 billion ($ 317 million) development plan to encourage population growth in the strategic area in the years to come. The goal of the plan, formulated by …

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Mikati meets Italian Defense Minister, wishes Lebanese best wishes on Christmas Eve

Prime Minister Najib Mikati received on Friday morning at his residence the Italian Minister of Defense, Lorenzo Guerini, at the head of a delegation, in the presence of the Italian Ambassador Nicoletta Bombardiere. During the meeting, Mikati reiterated her “gratitude to Italy for its constant support to Lebanon at all …

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Is Brooklyn the biggest Hungarian “city” after Budapest? – VIDEOS

Over 100,000 ultra-Orthodox and Hasidic Jews live in Brooklyn, New York. Most of them have Hungarian ancestors, who were forced to live in their birthplace during the dark ages of the 20th century. In the “New World” they rebuilt their community but have not forgotten where they came from. Therefore, …

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16 things you need to know if you are planning a trip to Lebanon

Lebanon is one of the smallest but amazing countries in the world, where you can meet the cutest people in your life, eat like a king / queen, party like you are in Ibiza and visit the most ancient historical sites of the world. Even though Lebanon has many problems, …

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SOFREP: A week in review

The last week at SOFREP has been quite interesting. Our writers try to keep a finger on the pulse of defense and foreign policy, technology and military culture. We try to create an editorial mix that is informative, entertaining and relevant to current events. We hope that by reading the …

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Star Wars launches pre-order for Bo-Katan Kryze Black Series premium electronic headset

Star Wars has long been known for its innovative merchandising strategies, and this year’s holiday merchandise was no different. This is week 10 of their “Bring Home the Bounty” campaign, a twelve-week merchandise campaign leading up to the release of The Book of Boba Fett on Disney +. On the …

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Medieval-era Saraswathi idol found at Basara has roots in Jainism – the New Indian Express

Through Express news service HYDERABAD: An idol from the medieval period, believed to be from the Rashtrakuta or Kalyani Chalukyan era, whom local devotees worshiped as the goddess Parvathi all these years was identified as an idol of the goddess Saraswathi by B Ram Mohan, a native of the city …

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Expert voice: recommendations for overcoming obstacles to vaccination in children

Image: Shutterstock Immunization, one of the most cost-effective preventive health interventions, has become a priority and is a driving force in reducing child mortality, including controlling vaccine-preventable diseases. Ensuring high immunization coverage and its acceptance by beneficiaries is crucial for a healthy society. Dr Fazal Nabi and Dr Deepti Thakur, …

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Momberume is missing: Lawyer – NewsDay Zimbabwe

BY KENNETH NYANGANI Apostolic sect member Johanne Masowe, Hatirarame Momberume, who was taken to court on murder and rape charges after marrying an underage minor, Anna Machaya, who died in childbirth, is reportedly missing. His lawyer, Brian Majamanda de Khupe and Chijara Law Chambers said NewsDay that he did not …

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Mahants and Individuals Cannot Own Kabir Math Land: Bihar Religious Trust Board

Mahants and individuals cannot own “Kabir Math” land which can only be owned by the sect, said Bihar Religious Trust board chairman Akhilesh Kumar Jain. The Council will treat property claims by individuals as illegal to eliminate discrepancies in income records. This decision will verify the large-scale illicit sale and …

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Here’s who’s coming to Dallas this week: December 7-11

All Young Dolph Everything, a celebration of his music Dec 10, 10 p.m. | Trees On November 17, Young Dolph, known as the “King of Memphis”, was shot and killed in his hometown. Considered one of the most important voices in the independent Southern hip-hop scene, Dolph was admired and …

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Why activists called for new anti-CAA protests in Assam

After the Narendra Modi government’s decision to repeal the three controversial farm laws, organizations across Assam are planning to renew protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. They have scheduled a series of protests to begin on December 10, the anniversary of the death of Khargeswar Talukdar, who is remembered in …

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Book review | Memory fiction that paints a vivid picture of Shillong – warts and all

There is no plot, but there are strong characters, most of whom are his family and friends. While Name Place Animal Thing has been classified as fictional, it reads more like a childhood memoir with politics, religion, and tribal customs. The narrator (called D) takes us through fragments of memories …

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New York City Establishes Vaccination Mandate for Religious Workers and Private Schools

Mr de Blasio, a Democrat with less than a month in power, has long-standing political ties to the ultra-Orthodox community and has been criticized for his handling of issues, including yeshivot surveillance and a circumcision ritual, metzitzah b’peh, which leads to infection of several babies with herpes. Mr de Blasio …

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Violence Against Women Focuses on New Kuwaiti TV Series |

KUWAIT CITY – Saudi director Muhammad Daham al-Shammari is completing work in the capital, Kuwait, on a six-part series called “Dahabat ma’al ma” (Gone with the Water), a television production that deals with the issue of violence against women. The series will soon be broadcast on the digital platform “Shasha”. …

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Soldier and 15 others rescued from Boko Haram kidnapping – Channels Television

One of the people rescued. The Borno State Police Command said its officers rescued a kidnapped soldier alongside 15 other travelers along the Maiduguri-Damaturu road. Force spokesman ASP Sani Kamilu said on Monday that the travelers were kidnapped by Boko Haram / Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) men …

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On the path of Buddha and his disciples

Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month inaugurated Kushinagar International Airport in eastern Uttar Pradesh to allow foreign tourists and Buddhist pilgrims to reach the important site of Mahaparinirvana temple, where Lord Buddha has attains nirvana leaving behind his earthly body. The completion of Kushinagar Airport is a milestone in the …

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Explanation of the TV show Aes Sedai Colors, aka Ajahs in the wheel of time

As the fourth episode of The wheel of time is now available, we are learning more about the Aes Sedai culture. More importantly, there is a meaning behind the colors that an Aes Sedai wears and it is related to their Ajahs. In the three previous episodes of The wheel …

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5 Reasons Squid Game Fans Should Watch Hellbound

South Korean cinema rarely sacrifices performance for spectacle. Many K-dramas are inspired by cosmic themes, but they’re still anchored by some of the country’s top talent. This was more than evident in “Squid Game”, which starred Lee Jung-Jae, one of the country’s oldest stars. Even lesser-known actors like Park Hae-soo …

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9 years later, the mini-cult has yet to arrive in Keylong: The Tribune India

Manta Dipender Tribune press service Mandi, November 22 The demand to set up a mini-secretariat in Keylong in the district of Lahaul and Spiti has been on fire for nine years. Local residents urged the government to build the mini-secretariat to provide offices to different departments under one roof. According …

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Revue Les Livres de Jacob by Olga Tokarczuk – a magical mystical visit | Fiction in translation

ohlga Tokarczuk became better known to English-speaking readers with the 2010 translation of Primordial and other times, a multigenerational fable about life in the 20th century in a Polish village ruled by four angels. But it was the declining speech Flights, a mixture of memoir and inventions on the theme …

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HC asks TN to issue guidelines for clarity on transfer | Madurai News

Madurai: Putting aside transfer orders for five members of the prison police, the Madras High Court said it was time for the state government to issue guidelines to clarify the definitions of “administrative reason” and “Punitive in nature”, in transfer matters where allegations or complaints are pending against employees.The court …

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Liberia: The rights of the Sheriff of Makanvee have also been violated by the House of Representatives.

The ACTION of Sheriff MAKANVEE and his loved ones on the Capitol grounds Tuesday may have been exaggerated, but it resonates with many Liberians who are fed up with being exploited by our so-called lawmakers. WE CAN SUPPORT that her action, as bad as it may seem, was born out …

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Egyptian MP calls for PKK to be removed from “terrorist list” – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

The Kurdistan Digital Media Council announced in a statement yesterday that it would launch a hashtag campaign on November 26; Remove the PKK from the terrorism list. Egyptian parliamentarian, member of the House of Representatives and vice-chairman of the Tajmua party, Atef Maghawry, posted an article on his social media …

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Iraq expels extremist Jewish sect | IJN

By Asaf Shalev NOTEW YORK – Traveling from Guatemala City to Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region in northern Iraq, travelers can’t exactly take a direct flight. Members of the Lev Tahor sect are preparing from La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City to travel to Iraqi Kurdistan in …

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Iran, everywhere? | Ibrahim al Zobeidi

A few months ago, the father-in-law of the Iranian president, Ibrahim Raisi, the Friday imam in Mashhad, Mullah Alam Al-Huda, gave a sermon where he spoke openly about the Iraqi, Lebanese, Syrian, Yemeni reality. . and Palestinian proxy militias and their functions. He actually said: “Iran today is not limited …

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Here’s who’s coming to Dallas this week: November 1

The rolling stones November 2, 7:30 p.m. | Cotton Bowl Stadium, 3750 The Midway The biggest rock & roll band in the world comes to Dallas. The iconic rock band brings their biggest hits to the Cotton Bowl, the first time they’ve performed at Fair Park since 1989. According to …

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NCP’s Nawab Malik Accuses Sameer Wankhede of Illegally Using Phones, Says ‘Extortion Racket’ Underway in NCB

Bombay: Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik on Tuesday accused NCB official Sameer Wankhede of illegal wiretapping and said he would deliver a letter about the official’s wrongdoing to the agency chief. “Sameer Wankhede through two people in Mumbai and Thane illegally intercepts some people’s cell phones,” said Malik, who targeted Wankhede …

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Exploded Terror Module, 1 held: The Tribune India

Sangrur, October 19 Sangrur police dismantled a foreign-funded terrorist cluster with the arrest of Lakhveer Singh, alias Lakha, and recovered weapons and ammunition on Monday evening from the Lehra subdivision of the district. DGP Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota said Lakha worked as a mason in the Lehra region and was …

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Is there a need for Munazirahs!

With this, we as an audience are not only derailed from the authentic reality, but also from the objectivity of reality (Islam) Discussions or Munazirahs are hereditary for many so called MOLVI and their respective sects in our society and they have a long history, so in the past either …

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Latin America and the Caribbean – The Durango Herald

. October 8 – 14, 2021 This photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images taken or published by Associated Press photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean. It was organized by AP photo editor Leslie Mazoch in Mexico City. Follow AP Visual Journalism: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/apnews AP Images on …

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Seven suspects in prohibited outfits arrested

LAHORE: CTD Punjab has carried out 71 information-based operations (IBO) in different districts of Punjab to avoid any untoward incidents. During the IBOs, 73 suspects were interviewed and 7 suspects were arrested. The arrested defendants were identified as Mr. Mushtaq n / a Abdul Majeed arrested from Rahimyar Khan. He …

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Foundation episode 4 ending explained: who finds [SPOILER]?

Warning: SPOILERS for the Foundation episode 4 ends. The Empire begins to collapse in the Foundation Episode 4 ends – and Gaal Dornick finally returns. Inspired by the short stories and novels of Isaac Asimov, Foundation tells the story of the fall of an empire and those who will replace …

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Factbox-Main parties contesting the Japanese lower house ballot

FILE PHOTO: Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is applauded after being chosen as the new Prime Minister, at the Lower House of Parliament in Tokyo, Japan, October 4, 2021. REUTERS / Kim Kyung-Hoon reuters_tickers This content was published on October 7, 2021 – 11:36 October 7, 2021 – …

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A new screwed letter discovered in Rome

Chapel in Palazzola This letter was pushed under the front door of Palazzola where the seminarians of the Venerable English College of Rome had just completed their retreat at the beginning of the year. The retreat was given by Father Gerry Sheehan … My dear Wormwood. I am extremely disappointed …

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10 horror movies set in Ohio

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Horror movies are as much a part of the Halloween season as a trick or treat, costumes and jumping bushes to scare your younger brother. While there are literally thousands upon thousands of horror movies to choose from, those looking for a taste of Ohio to savor …

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Activists campaign against child marriage in apostolic sects

BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA CHILD rights activists have filed documents with the High Court seeking an ordinance forcing Apostolic Church Johane Marange to launch a campaign against child marriage within the sect. In the summons filed in the Masvingo High Court on September 28 and served yesterday, the plaintiffs, Sharon Moffat, …

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Highlights from the letter live on Endwalker

Fans of Final Fantasy 14 were treated to a news dump of Endwalker from the producer himself on September 17. The Live Letter lasted about six hours, so a lot was covered. The star of the show was the class changes. Naoki Yoshida went through all of the combat classes …

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New to Netflix: October 2021 releases

And just like that, it was Spooky Season. That said, Netflix’s list of what’s new for October 2021 isn’t as horror-centric as you might think. But there is still a lot of streaming candy to be found. Three existing Netflix original series are getting new seasons this month. It all …

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