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MP makes reading Preamble of Constitution mandatory in schools

Madhya Pradesh govt has made the reading of Preamble of the Constitution mandatory in schools on every Saturday. The Department of School Education stated that orders in this regard have been issued to District Education Officers. The statement issued by School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad read that from January 26, a programme called Sovereignty of Constitution, the public interest of all will be started wherein every school Preamble of the Constitution will be read by all in a group before the classes begin. Src: https://bit.ly/2TQenKM

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Muslims ruled for 800 years, no need to show papers, says Akbaruddin Owaisi over CAA

While addressing a rally, AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi said that Muslims do not need to show papers. He stated that for 800 years, Muslims ruled this country and this country belonged to them and will continue to be. Their forefathers gave this country's Charminar, Jama Masjid, Mecca Masjid, Qutub Minar. The Red Fort, on which the prime minister of this country hoists the tricolour, was also given to you by my forefathers, he added. Src: https://bit.ly/2uiHcF1

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CAA will stay, says Amit Shah

While speaking at pro-CAA rally, Home Minister Amit Shah ensured that CAA will stay. He asked the anti-CAA protesters that at the time of partition, Hindu, Sikh Buddhists, and Jain constituted 30% of the population in Bangladesh and 23 % in Pakistan, but now the ratio is 7% and 3%, where they have gone? Shah challenged the opposition to debate on the law and said that the BJP government is not scared of them. Src: https://bit.ly/2THMtkf

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Just another day in life of soldier, says Indian Army as jawan misses his wedding

Recently the Indian Armed force via their tweeter handle has shared a picture in which an Indian Jawan had missed his wedding. Chinar Corps - Indian Army said, "Don't worry, life will wait... Just another day in the life of a soldier”. The jawan, Suneel had missed his wedding in Mandi situated in Himachal Pradesh due to heavy snowfall in Kashmir valley. The bride's family agreed to a new wedding date. Src: https://bit.ly/2NH18br

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