Average winning margin in TN assembly elections was 48.3%

New Delhi, June 23: The average winning margin in the recently concluded Tamil Nadu elections was 48.3 per cent of the total votes polled. In the 2016 elections winners won by an average of 45.67 per cent of total votes polled says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

Margin of victory:

8 winners have won with a margin of victory of less than 1000 votes.

3 winners have won with more than 45per cent of margin of victory.

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Arrest of Chinese national: Agencies probe security threats, cyber and financial frauds

New Delhi, June 23: Last week, the Border Security Force arrested a Chinese national close to the Bangladesh border in Malda. The Chinese national was identified by his passport as Hun Junwei and investigations so far have revealed that he was involved in cyber fraud and alleged acts threatening national security.

When questioned initially he said that he was in India on business. However the officials found on him an ID card from Telangana, an Aadhaar card and bank account details in which he claimed he is an Indian citizen.

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Killing of Shaurya Chakra awardee an international conspiracy: 2 more Khalistan terrorists nabbed

New Delhi, June 23: The National Investigation Agency has made more arrests in the case relating to the killing of Comrade Balwinder Singh Sandhu, a Shaurya Chakra awardee.

Harbinder Singh and Navpreet Singh, both terrorists of the Khalistan Liberation Force were arrested by the NIA. The probe by the NIA revealed that both are close aides of Inderjit Singh, who had conducted the reconnaissance of the target. Both played an active role in the assassination of Sandhu, the NIA. Also said.

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ISI to ISIS: How marriages in India are being exploited for religious conversion

New Delhi, June 22: In police custody, Mohammad Umar Gautam, a man who had converted from Hinduism to Islam boasted,” I converted 1,000 non-Muslims to Islam by marrying them all to Muslims.

This point makes it very clear that marriages have been used as a tool for religious conversion. We witnessed a similar incident in Kerala where many women were married off and then lured into joining the Islamic State. The issue is back in the news following the arrest of two persons who were indulging in religious conversions in UP and during their interrogation they said that they had lured Hindus with marriage, money and jobs.

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Restoration of statehood likely to be joint strategy of Gupkar Alliance during meet with PM

New Delhi, June 22: All parties part of the 6 party grouping in Jammu and Kashmir called the Gupkar Alliance are likely to attend the all party meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 24. 

The alliance would meet today to device a joint strategy during the meet for which 14 leaders including former chief ministers and deputy chief ministers have been invited. Sources however informed that the grouping is likely to stick to their demand for restoration of statehood.

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Converted 1,000 non-Muslims to Islam by marrying them to Muslims boasts ISI’s conversion module head

New Delhi, June 22: A man who had converted from Hinduism to Islam boasted before the police that he had managed to convert over a 1,000 people to Islam by luring them with money, marriages and jobs. 

I converted 1,000 non-Muslims to Islam by marrying them all to Muslims, Mohammad Umar Gautam boasted before the police. Umar along with Mufti Qazi Jahangir Alam Qasm from Delhi’s Jamia Nagar were arrested by the police for running an outfit involved in converting deaf and dumb students and other poor people to Islam in Uttar Pradesh with funding from the Pakistan’s ISI. The arrests were made by Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad following the registration of an FIR in the case at Lucknow’s ATS police station. 

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101 Falcons set to deploy Rafales in Hasimara airbase

New Delhi, June 21: Ahead of the formal induction at the Hasimara airbase in West Bengal, the Indian Air Force has raised the second Rafale squadron- 101 Falcons of Champ and Akhnoor.

The 101 squadron was resurrected with the five jets that landed in India. The first Rafale Squadron- 17 Golden Arrows is fully operational at the Ambala airbase with 18 fighters.

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At all party meet with PM, J&K parties to demand for restoration of statehood

New Delhi, June 21: The all party meeting called by the Centre on June 24 would discuss the seat de-limitation in Jammu and Kashmir, but the parties in J&K are likely to stick to their demand of restoration of statehood.

The Centre headed by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has called for an all party meeting of mainstream parties in J&K. The meeting is likely to take place on June 24.

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Attack avenged: 3 Lashkar terrorists including top commander gunned down by forces

New Delhi, June 21: Three terrorists including a top commander of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba were gunned down in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore. The gun battle which began on Sunday night resulted from a joint operation conducted by the Army, CRPF and J&K police. A Pakistan terrorist Asrar alias Abdullah was also killed in the encounter.

Mudasir Pandit, a top Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists who was involved in the killing of three police personnel, two councillors and two civilians was killed in the encounter. IN all three terrorists were killed, Inspector General of Police, Vijay Kumar told ANI.

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NIA arrests Malda operative in fake currency case

New Delhi, June 21: The National Investigation Agency has arrested Sariful Islam, an accused in the Chikodi fake currency case.

The case was originally registered in Chikkodi, Karnataka in 2018, following the arrest of two persons who were carrying Rs 82,000 worth of fake Indian currency. The case was later taken over by the NIA. In the same case the Special NIA court had convicted 5 persons and sentenced them to six years imprisonment.

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