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Six Muslims handed one-month jail sentence for skipping prayers

In recent media reports, it was claimed that Malaysian Muslims were awarded a harsh punishment for violating Islamic laws by not attending Friday prayers. And due to this, a group of 6 people will face a one-month jail term. The six men, aged between 17 to 35, were having a picnic with their families instead of taking part in prayers on a Friday, which is considered as the holiest day of the week for Muslims. Do you think it was too severe punishment? Src: https://bit.ly/2LshN1r

Great/Sad

That's Great

13 votes

That's Sad

42 votes

India to force social media platforms to offer user verification

As per India's proposed new privacy bill, it was claimed that it might be required for large social media platforms to offer an identify-verification option. Companies would have to offer a mechanism for users to prove their identities and display that the person’s profile is verified. This would be similar to the blue check-mark that Twitter and some other social media platforms have used to confirm the authenticity of some high-profile accounts. Src: https://bit.ly/33U1FvV

Do you stand with @BJPGovt

I stand with @BJPGovt

18 votes

I don’t

17 votes

Students hold protests against copy cases in govt clerk recruitment exam in Gujarat

Students of Gujarat conducted massive protests against the irregularities in the recently conducted recruitment exam for non-secretariat clerks and secretariat assistants in the state. On 17th November, the GSSSB conducted the exam for recruitment of class III secretariat assistants and non-secretariat clerks for 3,910 vacancies, in which more than six lakh students appeared at 3,173 centres across the state. The complaints included CCTV footage of candidates copying answers from their mobiles. The probe is underway and arrests had also been made but ruled out the cancellation of the exam and retest. Src: https://bit.ly/34W4cqW

Do you stand with @GujaratGovt

I stand with @GujaratGovt

20 votes

I don’t

18 votes

Was it right to shoot Telangana rape accused? Have people lost faith in judiciary system?

Today, the country is celebrating as the 4 accused in Telangana rape and murder case have been shot dead in an encounter by Cyberabad police. The parents of the victim also expressed gratefulness to the police for serving their daughter justice in 7 days. But the section of people is unhappy by the move of police as they argue that they should have avoided taking law in their hands and have followed judicial procedure. But on the contrary, we saw Nirbhaya's case and her mother's struggle of 7 years to get her daughter justice, which is still not delivered. Do you think the country people are losing faith in the Indian judiciary system? And was the prompt action by Telangana police to eliminate 4 accused was right? Comment below!