Minister stands by statement on ex-Naxals

By Sunita Menon, Gulf News ReporterDubai: The Ministry of Non-Resident Indians in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh yesterday stood by its claim that former Naxalites are moving to the Gulf for employment.The statement…

Muslim accuses Mulayam of ignoring Muslims in police…

16 May 2006  PTILucknow, May 15: The newly-formed Peoples' Democratic Front PDF), comprising representatives of Muslim outfits and religious scholars, today charged Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav's government in Uttar Pradesh with ignorning Muslims and…

Landmine use is against humanity

By: Oken Jeet Sandham, Kangla Online,The recent disclosure by the Hmar Students' Association (HAS) that 81 people lost their lives over the last 2 years due to landmine blasts and booby traps planted by Manipur…

Jamat-e-Islami Hind to test political waters in UP

HT Correspondent,Kanpur, May 15THE VIDHAN Sabha elections in the State will witness active participation of the Jamat-e-Islami Hind for the first time.Emboldened by the Left Democratic Front’s victory in the recently concluded Kerala assembly elections,…

Malayali nursing students harried at Bangalore college

Tuesday May 16 2006 11:35 ISTKOZHIKODE: Around 30 Malayali students from the Noor College of Nursing, Bangalore, have come up with allegations of severe harassment by the college management.“We were being tortured, both physically and…

Aralam Farm issue: Talks fail

Tuesday May 16 2006 11:34 ISTKANNUR: A meeting of the representatives of tribal organisations, convened by the District Collector here to find an amicable settlement to the distribution of Aralam Farm land among the Adivasis…

India's cash exodus to UK points laundering

Money flowing to British Banks from India has surged to all time high, reports, Independent News Paper.  UK bank claims on India have risen $9.6bn to $19.3bn in the three years to September 2005.Third World…