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Bangladesh pays tribute to US blogger killed in machete attack

Bangladeshis gathered on Sunday to pay tribute to an American blogger and critic of religious extremism who was hacked to death in Dhaka, in the latest of a series of attacks on writers in the Muslim-majority nation.

Kerala HC helps young couple get married

Kerala High Court has lent a helping hand to a young couple from different faiths, who were facing death threats from fundamentalists, to enter wedlock.

Ayodhya issue: Ansari to involve prominent Muslim leaders

In his attempt to find an out-of- court resolution to Ayodhya dispute, the main litigant in Babri Masjid case Hashim Ansari on Thursday said he will involve prominent members of the minority community for a peaceful conclusion to the matter.

Hashimpura massacre case: Court to pronounce verdict on Saturday

A Delhi court is likely to pronounce on Saturday its verdict in the 1987 Hashimpura massacre case in which 42 members of the Muslim community were killed after being allegedly picked up by Provincial Armed Constabulary personnel from a village in UP's Meerut district.

Copenhagen gunman due to be buried

The gunman who killed two people in twin attacks in Copenhagen nearly a week ago was due to be buried later Friday at a Muslim cemetery despite objections from the Islamic group that owns it.

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Valentine's Day: Protesters detained, Hindu Mahasabha says married off couples

Wearing wedding attire and carrying placards reading "Fall in Love, Not in Line", around 150 protesters Saturday gathered outside the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha's office here to protest against the outfit's moral policing, but were detained by police.

Britain's Muslim population nearly doubles in decade

The Muslim population of Britain is growing faster than the overall population of the country and has nearly doubled to 2.7 million in the past decade, according to the most comprehensive report on the community in UK, released on Thursday.

Prophet's grandson Hussein honoured on grounds of Israeli hospital

About 50 Shi`ite Muslim pilgrims settle down to chant and prostrate themselves in worship near an ancient tomb.

Nigeria postponing Feb 14 vote amid Boko Haram violence

Nigeria's electoral commission will postpone February 14 presidential and legislative elections for six weeks to give a new multinational force time to secure northeastern areas under the sway of Boko Haram, an official close to the commission said on Saturday.

Delhi votes today in a cracker of election
Delhi votes today in a cracker of election

Delhi will vote Saturday in a keenly fought election with the BJP and the AAP vying for power and an also-ran Congress desperate to make a mark.

Delhi polls: Sunny Friday in Delhi, light rain likely on Saturday

A foggy morning gave way to a sunny and warm day in the national capital Friday as the maximum temperature settled two notches above the season`s average at 24.5 degrees. The Met Office has forecast light rain Saturday evening.

RSS leaders to oversee coordination between BJP workers during polling

With a view to ensuring smooth coordination between BJP workers during polling, RSS leaders will monitor the situation in each of the 70 Assembly constituencies here on Saturday.

Delhi polls: AAP, Congress workers clash in Model Town

A clash broke out this evening between AAP and Congress workers in north-west Delhi's Model Town area, police said on Friday.

Delhi polls: Tea seller Balram Bali tries his luck again

Banking on his tea-seller image, 59-year-old Balram Bari has entered the electoral fray to try his luck for the 19th time.

President Pranab Mukherjee to visit model polling booth in President Estate

President Pranab Mukherjee will visit a model polling booth in a school inside the President's Estate before voting starts in the Delhi Assembly elections Saturday.

Kiran Bedi travels on Delhi Metro to reach out to people

BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Friday took to the metro in an effort to reach out to the people hours before Delhi goes to polls.

'Aberrations' don't alter India's history of religious tolerance: Govt on Obama remark
'Aberrations' don't alter India's history of religious tolerance: Govt on Obama remark

Reacting cautiously to US President Barack Obama's concern about religious "intolerance" in India, government on Friday said any "aberrations" do not alter India's history of tolerance.

Delhi polls: AAP attempting to polarise votes, says BJP on Shahi Imam's fatwa
Delhi polls: AAP attempting to polarise votes, says BJP on Shahi Imam's fatwa

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of communalising the Delhi Assembly polls after Jama Masjid's Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari's appeal to Muslims to vote for the Arvind Kejriwal-led party.

Delhi polls: First-timers eager to vote and show off

Renu Dass, 19, is excited about voting in the Delhi assembly election Saturday. Besides casting her maiden vote, the Delhi University student is waiting for the dark purple ink mark to be smeared on her finger nail to show off to friends, and maybe Tweet or Facebook a selfie of herself with the marked finger, as proof.