The 2 journalists are to approach Karnataka High court and claim fabrication of charges.Bengaluru: Two journalists are to be jailed after Karnataka's lawmakers decided they should be punished for two-year-old articles in tabloids that were allegedly defamatory about some of them including Speaker KB Koliwad who is from the Congress.
Police Officer Ayub Pandith was beaten to death outside Jamia Masjid in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar.Srinagar:
An officer of the Jammu and Kashmir police was beaten to death by a mob outside the Jamia Masjid in state capital Srinagar during congregational prayers at the mosque in the old city late on Thursday evening. Deputy Superintendent Mohammed Ayub Pandith was posted on security duty outside the mosque, when he was attacked.
A map in a booklet released by the Congress marked out Indian Occupied Kashmir.New Delhi:
The Congress party is being skewered on social media after publishing a booklet that has labelled Kashmir as 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'. The booklet released by Uttar Pradesh unit of the Congress in Lucknow on the occasion of the third anniversary of the BJP-led government at the centre, attacks the administration over national security affairs, including the handling of relations with Pakistan and China.
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