Uproar over Shiv Sena MPs 'forcing' emplyee to break Ramzan fast
After uproar by the Opposition, the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha witnessed brief adjournments as agitated members wanted to raise the issue which was staunchly opposed by the Shiv Sena. The Lok Sabha also witnessed a walkout by the Congress, NCP, Left, PDP and AIMIM. 
The Lok Sabha witnessed a storm as a BJP member Ramesh Biduri rushed to the Well telling some in the Opposition that "this is India. Those ... go out". The member later apologised after Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu disapproved his conduct.
Maldivian doctors, nurses to be trained in Sri Lanka
In a statement, the ministry said that Minister Mariyam Shakeela had met with her Sri Lankan counterpart Maithripala Sirisena during her visit to Sri Lanka early this week. The two ministers discussed training opportunities in Sri Lanka for Maldivian doctors and nurses, and internships for fresh graduates, it said.
Haryana not to use force to hand over possession of Sikh Shrines to HSGMC
Mr Chattha was answering a question on the possibility of conflict
among the Sikhs over the control of gurdwaras while addressing a press
conference here today. The state government has made its stand clear
on the issue in its reply to the Central Government. 
‘Gurdwara Act’ invites Indian State’s Interference in Sikh Religion
Under the Act, a Sikh shrines management body—SGPC—was created which manages Sikh affairs. The SGPC is elected through universal adult suffrage among the Sikhs. Created and sustained by vested interests, the narrative is, often, goes hyperbolic that ‘the SGPC is mini-parliament of the Sikhs’.
Uproar over Shiv Sena MPs 'forcing' emplyee to break Ramzan fast
After uproar by the Opposition, the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha witnessed brief adjournments as agitated members wanted to raise the issue which was staunchly opposed by the Shiv Sena. The Lok Sabha also witnessed a walkout by the Congress, NCP, Left, PDP and AIMIM. 
The Lok Sabha witnessed a storm as a BJP member Ramesh Biduri rushed to the Well telling some in the Opposition that "this is India. Those ... go out". The member later apologised after Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu disapproved his conduct.
Fasting Muslim employee “forced” to eat food at Maharashtra Sadan and that too by Shiv Sena MPs
“All the guests along with media reporters and staffs of Maharashtra Sadan got into kitchen where I was getting the orders prepared. They caught me and put the chapati into my mouth. I was wearing a formal uniform set as prescribed by IRCTC and everybody in the panel also knew my name as ‘Arshad’ as I was wearing the name tag. Even then they inserted chapati in my mouth which caused my fast to break on the eve of Ramzan. I was hurt with the thing they have done as religious sentiments are concerned,” the Express quoted from his letter.
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Golf Club to be sealed, if It Fails to Deposit Rs 8.59 cr Lease Money within 15 days
Estate  Officer Mohammed Shayin on Friday issued warning notice to the President, Chandigarh Golf Club, to deposit Rs  8.59 crore within 15 days as lease rent of past six years.  The notice issued a warning that "If they do not deposit the rent within stipulated period, the club will be sealed."   
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Advocates delegation demands immediately formation of HSGPC ad committee to manage the Sikh shrines in Haryana
 delegation was led by Mr K. S . Dhaliwal former President, Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association and former Advocate General, Mr Harbhagwan Singh. The delegation pleaded for immediate formation of Ad hoc HSGP Committee. The Delegation asked for immediately giving management of the Sikh shrines to the newly constituted committee.  
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Omar: Sonia was conveyed that NC not to have any truck with Congress in the ensuing assembly elections
in an exclusive chat with Kashmir News Service (KNS), the chief minister stated that he had a detailed meeting with Ms Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi and had categorically told her that NC in no way will forge alliance with the Congress for the forthcoming assembly polls. “The recent parliament polls suggested that forging alliance with the Congress in no way will benefit NC. It is because the Congress votes in the Valley during the recent parliamentary elections that Cobngress’s votes were transferred to PDP instead of National Conference its coalition partne
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Operation Zarb-e-Azb: Drone’s attack kill 55 in North Waziristan
As many as 20 people may have been killed in the drone strike, 12 of them Uzbeks. He said the attack took place around 2:00 am while an important meeting was going on in the compound, according to a AFP report..
Another security official in Miranshah said a US drone fired two missiles targeting a militant compound in Zoi Saidgai area, killing at least 18 insurgents. He said there had been reports of militants moving to Zoi Saidgai from Miranshah and Mir Ali, the other main town in the area, after the start of the army operation.
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