The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on November 29 said the demands of the farmers who is protesting against the new farms laws is completely genuine, and I would request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to meet them and solve this issue.
Asserting that the people of Telangana are angry and upset with the ruling TRS in Telangana and Owaisi's "alliance", Union Home Minister and top BJP leader Amit Shah on Sunday predicted this time Hyderabad will elect a BJP Mayor in the city's civic polls. Shah, who offered prayers at the Bhagyalakshmi Devi Temple in Old City here, said the people of Hyderabad want good governance and they have belief in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership and the BJP. The home minister said BJP will move Hyderabad out of the "Nizam culture" to make it "mini-India". Shah held a massive roadshow in Hyderabad and offered prayers at the Bhagyalakshmi temple. Watch the full video for more details.
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Sanskar Bharti, an organisation that works for the promotion of India art and culture, organised a 10-day wall painting workshop in bordering Lankamura village on the outskirts of Agartala. The workshop was organised in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture's Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre (EZCC) and Information and Cultural Affairs (ICA) department of government of Tripura. The aim of the workshop is to promote wall paintings among the local population and especially the younger generation and direct the attention towards fine arts. The 10-day workshop started on November 18 and a large number of women from the village and young girls are taking part in it.
Tripura Minister of Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Ratan Lal Nath, gave information on the violence in Kanchanpur area of North Tripura district. He said that at least one person died in the violence and 19 civilians, four police personnel, three jawans of Tripura State Rifles, and eight fire service personnel were injured. Continuing protests were taking place in the Kanchanpur against settlement of Bru refugees from Mizoram, and the demonstrations on November 21 turned violent during which police firing and stone pelting from protestors also took place.
Jawans deployed at the border posts celebrated Diwali on Friday. BSF jawans lit candles and burst firecrackers to celebrate Diwali in Jammu's RS Pura. In Tripura, BSF personnel gifted sweets to Border Guard Bangladesh on the occasion. BSF and BGB lit candles at Akhaura-Agartala Integrated Check Post in Agartala. Sweets were gifted to BGB by the BSF Frontier of Mizoram and Cachar. The jawans also lit candles at the border to celebrate the festival. Diwali is celebrated to mark victory of good over evil as per Hindu mythology.
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Every festival in India represents the sense of brotherhood and syncretism beholden among the diversified population of the country. It is quite common to see people of different religious communities coming together and celebrating different festivals as a gesture of mutual respect and cooperation for each other. Similar scenes were observed in Siliguri and Agartala cities, where Hindus and Muslims collectively organised and celebrated the revered festival.