Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Maktoob Staff

PM Modi reiterates ‘redistribution of wealth’ claim, justifies anti-Muslim rhetoric: “I put truth before country”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reiterated his anti-Muslim rhetorics and accused that the Congress tried to extend reservation on the basis of religion and give it to Muslims and hatched a "deep conspiracy" to snatch people's wealth and distribute it among "select" people.

‘Blatant lies, Islamophobia’: BJP Karnataka joins PM Modi’s hate campaign against Muslims, posts lies to spread anti-Muslim hate

Joining an anti-Muslim campaign led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a social media post on X by the Bharatiya Janata Party Karnataka made false accusations against Congress and spread Islamophobic rhetoric.
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Wings of democracy: How North Kerala’s expatriate voters are flying home to vote

In a remarkable demonstration of democratic engagement, thousands of non-resident Keralites from the Gulf region are gearing up to participate in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections through an innovative initiative dubbed "Vottu Vimanam" or Vote Flight. Despite the logistical challenges posed by recent severe floods in the UAE and other Gulf countries, which led to flight cancellations and rescheduling, dedicated charter flights are set to bring these expatriate voters directly to Kerala.

Modi Govt told me my visa extension would be denied, saying my reporting “crossed a line”: ABC journalist Avani Dias

ABC News South Asia bureau chief Avani Dias was told a routine visa extension would be denied by the Indian government, days after it blocked her reporting on YouTube in India.
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After Columbia, Pro-Palestine protests expand to major US universities

Students of major universities in the United States have launched pro-Palestinian protests demanding divestment from companies involved in Israel's occupation of Palestinian land and...

I’m here because I’m not comfortable with King Modi’s rule: Prakash Raj supports Shashi Tharoor in Thiruvananthapuram

"I am an artist. I'm not a politician participating in electoral politics. But I believe every citizen is a part of politics. People love me because I'm not silent. I love Kerala. I'm here because I'm not comfortable with King Modi's rule," Prakash Raj said in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram.
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