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Western Uttar Pradesh

Western Uttar Pradesh, sometimes simply referred to as West U.P., is a region in India that comprises the western districts of Uttar Pradesh state, including the areas of Rohilkhand and Braj.

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wonder how he's so confident. Seems misplaced.
Superb interview of Amit Shah: Why assume BJP government is just for five years?
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Agreed ! Your team's performance much better than INC/SP/BSP & AAP. Keep it up.
After all puff jobs with , shows how a political interview should be done. In .
“What kind of question is this? Are all voters screamed the president to a question from National Herald
Amit Shah says demonetization is a vote-winner for BJP in UP. v
"We will win UP and make UP grow above 10% and country will also get higher growth rate due to UP," says Amit Shah. http…
AS Interview by whr she has asked the most pertinent Qs related to State & othr issues. Kudos! .
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Modi remains the most popular face of BJP in UP. His goodwill is largely intact :
Why assume BJP govt is just for five years? People want Modi govt for a long time to come: Amit Shah
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Dear Youth of western UP. Only Behen Mayawati can develop western Uttar Pradesh . Otherwise BJP SP are like भाई भाई .
Coins of Shurasena located in western Uttar Pradesh. Capital-Mathura. c.400-350 BCE.
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Lawyers demanding HC bench in western UP strike work
North-West region which includes Delhi NCR, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan will be affected as per the forecast…
It wasn't breakdown of the recent trouble in western up by Supriya Sharma via
It wasn't What exactly happened? Supriya Sharma on how Western UP is raw with suspicion! via
explains what exactly happened on Sat in Shamli district of western UP & how "It wasn't
Bid to evoke ‘Godhra’ in UP town of Kandhla railway station: Western Uttar Pradesh is once again at…
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Colleague Piyush Srivastava reports on the communal flare-ups in Western UP: Violence in Shamli, Aligarh & Agra.
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Had a womderful morning at the Air Force Day parade. Only our Armed Forces can organise something like this. Bang in the middle of surrounding realities that are Western Uttar Pradesh, at the Hindon Air Base where my late elder brother was stationed more than once, we were present to see my nephew get his medal. Helps that yet another nephew's unit is also at Hindon. The better photos of the day follow but meanwhile, in the midst of the spit and polish and precision, our favourite purveyor of cancer colas and death junk foods as special invitee and brand ambassador kind of saunters in just before the COAS and CNS, sans regulation haircut but in a Group Captain's uniform. Good grief.
Are khap panchayats as vile as the media portrays them?: “Khaps are a major problem in your state, right?” I belong to Haryana and live in Delhi. The portrayal of khap panchayats in the media creates a very negative perception about the state in general. Inevitably, I have come to expect questions from curious minds about khaps. After all, incidents in the state have been widely reported in the media, usually hyped up with a running commentary about what the poorly-informed journalists believe is the real situation. This narrative is so strongly embedded that it becomes difficult to convince well-meaning friends that the situation is not as bad as is being portrayed. What exactly is a khap panchayat? The Jat society in North India – mainly residing in Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan – is divided into smaller sub-groups in the form of clans, with each clan adopting a particular surname. This surname is a gotra and as each clan has adopted a specific surname (gotra), a gotra represents ...
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SAINI This article is about the Saini community of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Chandigarh and Delhi. For the Mali community who were recorded from the 1931 as Saini, see Mali caste and Rajput Mali. For the Bhagrathi or Gola community of Western Uttar Pradesh, see Bhagirathi Mali. Saini Languages Mainly Punjabi and its dialects such as Dogri and Pahari, Haryanvi and Hindi Country Primarily India Populated States Punjab (India), Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Chandigarh and Delhi Subdivisions Haryanvi and Punjabi Saini (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) is a caste of North India who were traditionally landowners. Sainis claim to be descendants of a king, Shurasena, as well as of Krishna and Porus, and to be related to the ancient Shoorsaini clan,[1] noted in Puranic literature. This is disputed and the 1901 census noted that people using the Shoorsaini name were by then found only in Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh and De ...
MIDDAY NEWS THE HEADLINES: * Two sisters reported gangraped in Etah district of Western Uttar Pradesh. * Assam government orders suspension of four police personnel for dereliction of duty during Thursday's encounter with militants in Karbi Anglong region. * In Tripura, one BSF jawan and a villager killed in a clash near Indo-Bangla Border. * Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arriving in New Delhi tomorrow; the first high level visit by China after new government voted to power. * Severe heat wave grips north India; Temperature rises above 45 degrees at several places * Ten people die in lightning incidents in Bihar. * Indian Men's team to clash with Malaysia in their must-win fourth group match of Hockey World Cup at The Hague today. * Russian Maria Sharapova to meet Romania's Simona Halep in the women's singles final of the French Open Tennis today.
Don’t be shocked if you haven’t heard of these names. Neither had I. That is, till a few days back. And then suddenly I was driving through these faceless, unknown towns of Western Uttar Pradesh – where the wild ravines of Yamuna nearly embrace the dreaded ones of Chambal. It’s astounding how many untold stories lie within those rocky crevices, buried under the wild grass, seeped in the sandy earth. It was a business tour. But our accompanying official was from this region, and all through the rough ride in the white Indica, we were regaled with narrations from the past – some mesmerizing myths, some unbelievable legends and many goresome tales of crime and criminals. Fact and fiction intertwined so tightly that often I was confused trying to unravel the two. In the end, I chose to stay mum and absorb as much as I could. His stories were not chronological, and neither did I note them down. Yet, whatever I could gather, I will try to replicate here, to the best possible means. Readers from this r ...
Western Uttar Pradesh: The Hindu, Muslim divide is a reality Text size: A A A Last updated on: April 08, 2014 16:54 IST The polarisation politics seems to have succeeded in western UP much to the delight of the BJP. However the non-BJP parties are hoping that the polarisation will not be as intense and they will be able to hold on to majority of their vote banks, says Girish Nikam. As one travels through western Uttar Pradesh, which goes to polls on April 10, one cannot help but get a feeling of déjà vu. From Noida to the epicentre of the communal riots, Muzzafarnagar and Shamli, it is as if we have gone back in a time machine to late 1980s and early and mid-1990s. The atmosphere is thick with religious feelings dominating the discussion on elections. “Its Hindu vs Muslim,” declare any number of people one interacts with right from Ghaziabad to Saharanpur. Of course the crowd of people, all political analysts and observers in their own right, who gather around us at Kutiya in Meerut (which is t ...
[IHRO] subhashini ali to IHRO The terrible communal attacks that occurred in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of Western Uttar Pradesh forced thousands of poor, working class Muslim families into an existence of misery, hunger, cold, sickness and complete insecurity. What are euphemistically called ‘tented camps’ lack both the tents and the semblance of order that these words imply. In open fields and empty ditches, people stuck poles into the ground and hung plastic sheets on them and then crept under them with their families. None of these camps were constructed or provided with minimum amenities, provisions or medical facilities by the State Govt. Everything was done by the victims themselves and by local communities and then with help from religious organisations, NGOs and organisations like AIDWA. Political parties were conspicuous by their absence from relief work. With one exception. The CPI(M) was the first political party to send a delegation to Muzaffarnagar on the 12th September . ...
Series of padyatra to be held in Western Uttar Pradesh
The interrogation of two suspected LeT operatives by the Special Cell of Delhi Police has revealed the insidious plans of the Inter Services Intelligence to entice Hindu girls in order to inflict moral and emotional damage. Termed as ‘Love Jehad’ or ‘Jehad-e-Ishq’ by the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), the plan has sent alarm bells ringing among Indian security agencies. Sources said measures were being taken to counter the sinister plot of the ISI to spread disaffection in Indian society. Police said interrogation of suspected LeT operatives, Mohammed Shahid and Mohammed Rashid has revealed that the ISI has spread its tentacles in Western Uttar Pradesh (UP) and was targeting disenchanted Muslim youths for the last one year. “Muslim youths are being indoctrinated to woo Hindu girls after posing as Hindus. This is called “Love Jehad” and the ISI is pumping in money for this purpose and its handlers are teaching these boys how to behave like a Hindu,” the sources added. Investigators clai ...
More violence in Western Uttar Pradesh. Three dead. When is Akhilesh Yadav resigning?.
Mohammed Azharuddin to contest Lok Sabha polls from West Bengal Former India captain and current Lok Sabha MP Mohammed Azharuddin, in all likelihood, would contest the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from a constituency in West Bengal. Azharuddin, who formally joined Congress in Ferbruary, 2009, had contested from Moradabad in Western Uttar Pradesh in the last general elections, defeating his nearest rival Kunvar Sarvesh Kumar Singh by a margin of over 50,000 seats. However, the former India captain, who has special ties with West Bengal and especially Kolkata's Eden Gardens, has expressed his willingness to fight this year's election from the eastern state. "Yes, there is a bright possibility that I will be contesting this year's Lok Sabha elections from a seat in West Bengal," Azharuddin said on the sidelines of a promotional event
Why is Mulayam hacking his own support base among Muslims? (For more details click below link) any case, controlled communal tension is useful in ensuring continued Muslim support. Fear of the BJP is a requirement for both, the Congress and the Samajwadi party, to keep their Muslim vote bank in line. In Muzaffarnagar, this game of vote bank management appears to have gone out of control. Difficult to believe, though, that Mulayam did not know that planning for a major riot in Western Uttar Pradesh has been on for months.
Rahul Gandhi visited the Mallackpur relief camp, Shamli, Western Uttar Pradesh, today morning.
Students’ Solidarity Forum distributed 800 blankets among the riots victims New Delhi , Nov 16 :Jamia Students’ Solidarity Forum, visited the district of Western Uttar Pradesh on the 15 of December with relief material for the victims of communal violence, who are living there in extremely inhumane conditions. decided to collect the relief after it was reported in many mainstream dailies, that the state government of Uttar Pradesh has not just failed in containing violence but has also failed in providing minimum relief to the victims in these camps. The Student body was able to raise an amount of Rs one lakh fifty thousand, from which it purchased around 800 blankets for the purpose of Distribution among those living in the camps. Donations were accepted only from individuals and not from any organization. JSSF identified the camps in remote villages of the district where relief operations have remained restricted due to poor connectivity and government’s sheer apathy. The JSSF team visited the fo ...
Amar Singh Rathore Amar Singh Rathore was a Rathore Rajput nobleman affiliated with the royal house of Marwar, and a courtier of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in seventeenth-century India.[1] After he was disinherited and exiled by his family, he entered the Mughals' service. His legendary bravery and battle prowess resulted in elevation to a high rank in the imperial nobility and personal recognition by the emperor, who made him the subedar (governor) of a region that was directly ruled by the emperor himself, Nagaur.[1] In 1644, he was enraged by an attempt by the emperor to levy a fine on him for an unauthorized absence. In the emperor's presence, he stabbed and killed Salabat Khan, a noble who had been asked to collect the fine.[2] He is celebrated in some popular ballads of Rajasthan, Western Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.[3] He was the famous fighter who jumped from Agra Fort with his horse. Amar Singh Rathore was the eldest son to the Maharaja of Marwar and thus the heir to the throne, but he was exiled ...
Riot Victims Living in Appalling Conditions in Relief Camps - MUSHAWARAT RUSHES MUCH NEEDED AID TO MUZAFFARNAGAR New Delhi, Nov 27: A high-level delegation of the All-India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat visited Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of western Uttar Pradesh this week for the fourth time since the outbreak of the anti-Muslim violence in that area last September and distributed relief to the inmates of a ...
Muslims still in camps in Uttar Pradesh: Majlis: New Delhi, Nov 26 (IANS) A number of Muslims who fled their homes following the communal violence in September in western Uttar Pradesh are still in refugee camps, a Muslim group said Tuesday.
Mohammad Azharuddin Mohammad Azharuddin About this sound pronunciation (help·info) (born 8 February 1963) is an Indian politician and former cricketer. He was an accomplished batsman and captained the Indian cricket team for much of the 1990s, until being banned[2] for his involvement in a match-fixing scandal.[3] The lifetime ban for his alleged match fixing was later found illegal by Andhra Pradesh High Court. A member of the Indian National Congress, Azharuddin won from the Moradabad constituency of Uttar Pradesh to the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India. In his prime, he had a graceful, fluid batting style, comparable to that of his English contemporary, David Gower and Australian batsman Greg Chappell. The wrist flick was his most characteristic shot and he fared best against spinners. The grace and fluidity of his wrist once prompted John Woodcock, a noted cricket writer, to say, "It's no use asking an Englishman to bat like Mohammad Azharuddin. For, it would be like expecting a ...
History Origin Statue of Samraat Mihir Bhoj in the Bharat Upvan (Garden of India) of Akshardham Mandir, New Delhi The origin of the Gurjars is uncertain.[6] Many Gurjars claim descent from Suryavanshi Kshatriyas (Sun Dynasty) and connect themselves with the Hindu deity Rama.[7] Historically, the Gurjars were Sun-worshipers and are described as devoted to the feet of the Sun-god (God Surya). Their copper-plate grants bear an emblem of the Sun and on their seals too, this symbol is depicted.[8] Also the Gurjar title of honor is Mihir which means Sun.[9][10] Ancient Sanskrit Poet Rajasekhara in his plays styled Gurjar rulers as Raghu-kula-tilaka (Ornament of the race of Raghu), Raghu-gramani (the leader of the Raghus) and so forth.[11] The Gurjar clan appeared in northern India about the time of the Huna invasions of northern India. Some scholars, such as V. A. Smith, believed that the Gurjars were foreign immigrants, possibly a branch of Hephthalites ("White Huns").[12] In the past, Gurjars have also been h ...
Goondaraj in full motion: 3 Gang Rapes in a day in western -
Over time, the Tyagi surname changed according to geographic location, although the majority of Tyagis still reside in western Uttar Pradesh. Other surnames used by Tyagi Brahmins include Rai, Sharma, Kapil, Galav and Sinha. At the same time, not all people of Indian descent with these last names were originally Tyagis- the distinctions have become blurred with time. according to the record of pandas of Haridwar, the Tyagi of village Gobindpuri, Distt. Yamunanagar, Haryana migrated from Village Bhatiari, Distt. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Teerthwal Tyagis of 24 Villages near Muradnagar (Didoli, Niwari, Khindora and other villages) and 12 Villages (now 8 only) near Gajraula(Tigri near Garh Mukteswar)are Kaushik from Pahrawar Village near Jhajjar(Haryana) which is the main village of Kaushik Brahmans in Haryana. As Teerthwal Tyagis established themselves in Tigri and setup the Teerth Garh Mukteswar, they were called Teerthwal. There is a Kuldevi temple of Teerthwal Tyagis in Garh Mukteswar near Sanskrit Paathshal ...
Loni, Ghaziabad: Left to survive on their own, dozens of families who fled the rioted affected areas of Western Uttar Pradesh and now living in Loni neighbourhood in the outskirts of New Delhi are facing severe problem with winter knocking the doors in north India.
The party Executive comprises of the following members. ARVIND KEJRIWAL - He resigned from the Indian revenue services to plunge into social work to create awareness campaigns. After successfully carrying out campaign on Right To information Act, he brought in together prominent citizens on a common platform to start movement for “Jan Lokpal Bill”. Arvind has been awarded the prestigious “Raman Magsaysay Award” for his contribution to the social work. He has made all possible efforts to compel the Government to pass “Jan Lokpal Bill”. For this he fasted from 25th. July 2012 for ten days. MANISH SISODIA - By profession Manish Sisodia is a journalist who had worked on various positions for a long time in Television and Radio and has now got involved in movement for social awareness on full time basis. He has played an active role in the campaign for Swaraj, campaign for Right to information Act and Jan Lokpal campaign. He has fought a long battle for Jan Lokpal campaign and sat on a fast for ...
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday stressed the need to put in place institutional mechanisms to ensure the safety of women and children. Referring to the rape and murder of a young girl in Delhi last December, Dr. Singh said it not only brought into sharp focus the issue of women’s safety but also the rising expectations of the people from the police preventing such crimes. “We have recently enacted several laws providing stringent punishment for such crimes and more sensitive treatment of victims during investigation and trial,’’ he told top police officials of the country. He asked the State police chiefs to show leadership in ensuring women’s safety and in providing such crimes against women. The Prime Minister was addressing the concluding session of the three-day annual conference of Director Generals of Police (DGPs), organised by the Intelligence Bureau (IB). Turning to challenges posed to the internal security by terrorism, Dr. Singh sounded a note of caution, asking police force ...
THIS INTERVIEW AVAILABLE ON GOOGLE. COPYING FOR YOUR BENEFIT-INTERVIEW AS IT IS. NO PERSONAL COMMENT. DALIT WHO CONVERTED from BUDDHISM to ISLAM GIVES INTERVIEW “Politics Of Conversion By Rashid Salim Adil and Yoginder Sikand“ 'Islam Gave Me Self Respect' Rashid Salim Adil, a Delhi-based advocate, social activist and politician, is a Dalit convert to Islam. Here he talks to Yoginder Sikand on Dalits, social liberation and Islam. Q: What made you convert to Islam? A: I see my conversion to Islam as the culmination of a long search for liberation from the caste system and as the answer to my quest for self-respect. I was born in a poor Chamar (Dalit) family, who are hereditary leather-workers, in a small village near Delhi. We were considered as untouchables by the upper castes. My illiterate father had a small shop which catered to the Dalits, and it was with great difficulty that he managed to send me to school. I failed the high school examinations, and came to Delhi looking for a job. It was in Delh ...
Lawyers go on strike to press for HC bench in western UP
Our party should support the demand of High Court Bench in western Uttar Pradesh
Demographics Gujjars are mainly concentrated in the Indo-Gangetic plains, the Himalayan region, and eastern parts of Afghanistan, although the Gujjar diaspora is found in other places as well. A majority of Gujjars follow Hinduism and Islam, though small Gujjar communities following other religions exist. Gujari (or Gojri), classified under Rajasthani[32], has traditionally been the primary language of the Gujjars. But, Gujjars living in different areas speak several other languages including Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Pothohari , Pahari languages (such as Dogri and Kangri), Pashto language, Dardic languages (such as Kashmiri and Khowar), and Balti. Gujjars in India In India, Gujjar populations are found mainly in Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, western Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, northern Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. The semi-nomadic Gujjar groups are found in the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and north-western Uttar Pradesh.The name for the ...
Lion's first rally in western UP. That too in Braj area. The land of Lord Krishna. Uttar Pradesh is Modi-fied.
Khudai Khidmatgar Delegation demands National Commission for Minorities on immediate action on the victims of Muzaffar Nagar Communal Violence. Khudai Khidmatgar Delegation met Chairman of National Commission for Minorities, NHRC and all major Political parties including BJP and demands them to co operate to bring normal condition in Muzaffar Nagar. The Delegation lead by Khudai Khidmatgar Secretary Inamul Hasan,Moulana Fateh Mohd, Mohd Faizan, Verma Ji and members of other Civil societies. While having discussion with Chairman of Minority commission Wajahat Habibullah said that, this is the worse condition that happened in Western Uttar Pradesh, we should demand all section of societies to maintain peace and perform combined activities on communal harmony in the area, apart from that relief material should be distributed to the affected people as much as possible in sooner manner. The delegation met and submitted the memorandum that to all the major political Parties, the demand carries the following. W ...
EVIL STALKS THE LAND A Report of Muzaffarnagar Riots A case is being made out that the recent riots in Western Uttar Pradesh, erupted abruptly and unexpectedly and everybody including the, bureaucracy, security agencies, the police structure, political parties and leadership, State and the Central Governments were caught unaware. The report 'Evil Stalks the Land' released by Anhad yesterday, based on the evidence collected and an account of witnesses recorded, probe this aspect and comes to a conclusion that the stark reality is otherwise. The writing on the wall was loud and clear, preparation for a large-scale violent eruption was on for quite some time. It is evident that the preparations for the engineering riots started about eight months ago. About 10-15 young men were recruited by the Sangh Parivar in each town and village and were deputed to spread hate, rumors, convert every small altercation into a communal conflict. It is not possible to ascertain the number of dead, missing and women who were ...
11-year-old child was shot at point blank range for refusing to oblige a customer in a small hotel in Western Uttar Pradesh.
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Hindi, or more precisely Modern Standard Hindi, is a standardised and sanskritised register of the Hindustani language (Hindi-Urdu) that is associated with the Hindu religion. Hindustani is the native language of people living in Delhi, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, northeastern Madhya Prad...
Introduction The Ror (Suryavanshi Kshatriyas) community hails primarily from an area, close to Palanpur, stretching across the Gujarat – Rajasthan border. Historically, the community was also found concentrated around Ror (Sukkur) in Sindh, Pakistan. It would be rather optimistic to put the total population of the Ror at one million and it would be fairer to assign a total head count of 750,000 to the community. The community is fairly small and well-knit; as of today, they hold nearly 270 villages in Haryana and 52 more in Western Uttar Pradesh and the Haridwar district of Uttaranchal. In his famed work, “A Glossary of the Tribes and castes of Punjab and North-West Frontier Provinces”, H.A. Rose says that the Ror are fine, stalwart men. Quoting from the third volume, Rose says: The real seat of the Ror is the great Dhak jungles of Thanesar. They hold 84 villages and Amin is the “Tika” or head village. They also hold 12 villages south of Kaithal and the gotra there is Turan. Again, there are 12 ...
SARIS FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF INDIA  1.Saris from West India  2.Saris from North India  3.Saris from South India  4.Saris from East India  The core of any good sari wardrobe is to have at least one traditional sari from every region from India. In addition, there should be some plain, single coloured saris, to show off accessories - be it elegant jewellery or a shawl to perfection.  A range of gorgeous saris come from Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Western Madhya Pradesh. The dominant characteristic of the sari of these regions is obtained by dyeing rather than weaving techniques. In fact, the three major forms of Indian resist-dyeing - block printing, tie & dye and ikat have evolved here.  1. Saris from West India  1. Bandhani  a. These are saris created by dyeing the cloth in such a manner that many small resist-dyed 'spots' produce elaborate patterns over the fabric.  b. The traditional bandhani market has shrunk however, because of the rise of low-cost silk-screened i ...
Movie Synopsis of Zila Ghaziabad (2013) starring Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi, Paresh Rawal, Minissha Lamba, Ravi Kissen. Directed by Anand Kumar. Zila Ghaziabad Story Zila Ghaziabad Story: For as long as there are those out there who feel picked on, weaker than their brethren, and held in disgust for that weakness, there will be a handful of people who overcome it and rise from the ashes. A true underdog is someone who comes from the areas we come from, the streets we grew up on and the schools we attended, often full of weaker personality characteristics and lacking the skills of their more talented competition but the one thing they always have, is the tenacity to become better’. Whenever one hears the word CRIME, Uttar Pradesh comes to our mind automatically. 1986 - Western Uttar Pradesh, the crime rate had shot through the roof and Gang- wars had taken precedence over politics. Each political party was known to be strong or weak, vis-a-vis the gangs who were supporting them. These Gang-w ...
Kumhar or Kumbhar, also known as Prajapati, means protector and preserver (King) and is a caste or community of India, mainly belonging to the Hindu religion. Kumhar literally means potter in Indian languages, and pottery is the traditional occupation of Prajapatis beside governing the Praja (People).[1] The Kumhar community is found throughout India, but mainly in the northern states of India including Punjab, Himachal, Western Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal. In Hindu mythology, The Kumhars are said the descendants of Prajapati,Lord Brhama, Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Maharaj Manu are also Prajpaties). As per Veda or in Vedic Era, ther Prajapties were elected by democratic way. Lord Vishnu was first elected democratically/unanimously as Prajapati(In the North of Aryavrat or Bharta) by all the Rishis and subjects of that era and sit on the throne of Prajapti, thereafter, Lord Brhama was elected as Prajapati (In the west of Aryavrat o ...
New Delhi: The first look of ‘Zilla Ghaziabad’ has been unveiled. Directed by Anand Kumar, the film stars Sanjay Dutt, Vivek Oberoi, Arshad Warsi and Ravi Kishan in the lead roles. The promo suggests that the film is going to focus on the underworld of Western Uttar Pradesh.
HIGH COURT BENCH IN WESTERN UTTAR PRADESH:IF NOT NOW, WHEN? The struggle of the people of Western Uttar Pradesh for a permanent bench of Allahabad High Court has been going on continuously since early 1950's when LateChief Minister Dr. Sampurnanda in 1955 recommended creation of a permanent benchin Western UP to the Central Government. Successive state governments have sincerepeatedly recommended creation of a High Court bench in Western Uttar Pradesh.Bench is proposed for the five divisions that comprise Western Uttar Pradesh (i.e.Meerut, Saharanpur, Moradabad, Agra, and Aligarh). These include the districts of Meerut, Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar, Baghpat, Hapur, Saharanpur,Muzaffarnagar, Shamli, Moradabad, Bijnor, Rampur, Amroha, Bahjoi, Agra, Firozabad,Mainpuri, Mathura, Dhaulpur, Aligarh, Etah, Hathras, and Kasganj district. While the Constitution does not provide for any parameters to be considered forcreation of permanent or circuit benches of High Courts, by convention and throughrep ...
Public Asia was launched on the 21st of November 1989 from New Delhi, as a 8 page newspaper with a circulation of 25,000 copies awith an objective of promoting social awakening and introducing a feeling of responsibility among the citizens of a recently independent India. In keeping with these objectives that the publishers had set for themselves, the kind of news published was basically revolving around political and social issues and crime. Starting from that modest beginning, 20 years later Public Asia achieved a circulation of 25,000 copies and was servicing over Delhi NCR, 14 districts in Western Uttar Pradesh. Growing slowly, but steadily, the turn of the century saw Public Asia as one of the top 25 dailies of India. Not only has the newspaper shed the barriers of New Delhi and spread itself across the entire state, but has also ventured into other neighbouring states as well. Today, Public Asia has a staggering circulation of over 62,915, copies and a readership of over 1 lac. in India. Additionall ...
Pandher is a Jat surname traditionally found in Northern India particularly in Punjab (India). The Jats/Jatts (Hindi: जाट,Punjabi: ਜੱਟ, Urdu: جاٹ) of Northern India and Pakistan. In India, they inhabit the states of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat. In Pakistan, they are found in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh. The Jats, like most South Asians, are mostly farmers; they are the dominant land owner caste, particularly in Panjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh. However they are also found in many other professions. A large number of Jats serve in the Indian Army, including the, Sikh Regiment and the Grenadiers, among others. Jats also serve in the Pakistan Army particularly in the Punjab Regiment. There are numerous theories about the origin of the Jats. Jats are commonly considered to be of Scythian (Saka), Indo-European, Indo-Iranian or Indo-Aryan stock in view of the similar physical features and common practices. A recent study of the peop ...
Milkmen from Delhi and Western Uttar Pradesh pour milk into a drain during a protest at Jantar Mantar on April 21, 2012 in New Delhi, India. The milkmen were protesting against the decision of milk… Get premium, high-resolution news photos at Getty Images India.
A government hospital is expected to be a safe haven for those who cannot pay for medical attention. But, a government hospital in Amroha in Western Uttar Pradesh has a different story as it has become a shop for babies.
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