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Avoid travel and minimize movement: India's advisory to its nationals in Bangladesh amid Jatrabari violence

New Delhi/IBNS: India has issued a travel advisory to its nationals staying in Bangladesh over the recent violence that broke out in Dhaka over the quota reform movement.

Indian origin man in UK provoked ethnic violence in Manipur; FIR filed: Report

Imphal: An Indian origin man, teaching at a university in the UK, has been accused of provoking violence in Manipur through his online messages and talks on a social media platform, media reported citing a police complaint filed in Imphal, the state capital.

West Bengal: 58.46% voting recorded in final phase till 3 pm; violence reported from across state

Kolkata: Violence marred voting in West Bengal in the 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections, with reports of clashes emerging from across the state. Despite violence in Bengal, the state witnessed one of the highest voter turnout at 58.46% in the final phase till 3pm, more than the overall.

Lok Sabha 7th phase poll: 40.09% voter turnout recorded till 1 pm

New Delhi: A voter turnout of 40.09 percent was recorded till 1 pm in the seventh and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections across 57 parliamentary constituencies in eight states and Union Territories.

Violence reported across West Bengal in 7th phase LS polls; 13% voting so far

Kolkata: Violence erupted in several parts of West Bengal on Saturday during the seventh and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections, with 13 percent voter turnout recorded by 9 am.

Bengal: Stones thrown at Dilip Ghosh's car in Burdwan as sporadic incidents of violence mark 4th phase of LS polls

Kolkata/IBNS: Multiple incidents of violence were reported in West Bengal, where people in eight constituencies voted on Monday in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha polls.

2 arrested for attacking foreign students offering namaz inside Gujarat University

Ahmedabad: The Ahmedabad Police has arrested two people for assaulting foreign students at Gujarat University, allegedly over their participation in Taraweeh, a Ramadan prayer, media reports said.

Uttarakhand violence: Alleged mastermind nabbed in Delhi

New Delhi: Police have apprehended Abdul Malik, the suspected orchestrator of the recent turmoil in Uttarakhand, who had been missing for 16 days, on Saturday in Delhi, media reported.

Violent mob burn offices in Manipur's Churachandpur, internet snapped

A violent mob attacked and tried to burn the DC, SP, and other government offices on Thursday night, resulting in the death of a person in Churachandpur district.

Violence erupts in Uttarakhand after authorities bulldoze 'illegal' madarsa

Haldwani (Uttarakhand): Violence engulfed Uttarakhand’s Haldwani after the authorities bulldozed an "illegal" madarsa on Thursday, media reports said.

Police officer injured in suspected militant attack in Manipur

Imphal: A police officer sustained injuries during an ambush in Manipur carried out by suspected armed militants in Tengnoupal district’s Moreh town, media reports said.

Violence in Bihar after priest's mutilated body found

Gopalganj (Bihar): A priest, who was brutally murdered, and his mutilated body was recovered in Bihar's Gopalganj district by police on Saturday, days after he went missing, media reports said.

Pakistan: Organized Islamist groups targeting minorities

With organised Islamist groups pushing it, violence against religious minorities in Pakistan is increasingly moving beyond the local and spontaneous anger of the Muslims, media reports and probes by human rights bodies indicate.

Nation is with Manipur, says Narendra Modi while addressing nation on Independence Day

Indian PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the nation on Independence Day from the ramparts of Red Fort when he said the government is trying to restore peace in strife-torn Manipur.

Kolkata: Violence erupts in Behala after student dies in truck mishap, mob torches police vehicle

Kolkata: Police used tear gas to disperse a mob which turned violent following the death of a school kid who was hit by a truck in front of Barisha High School in Behala area of Kolkata on Friday morning.