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Pak must shun terror for talks with India: PM

State Times 11 minutes ago

AGENCY New Delhi: India alone cannot walk the path of peace with Pakistan and the neighbouring country must walk away from terrorism if it wants bilateral dialogue to resume, Prime Minister...
Give up terrorism for talks, Modi tells Pak
NEW DELHI, Jan 17 - India alone cannot walk the path of peace with Pakistan and the neighbouring country must walk away from terrorism if it wants bilateral dialogue to resume, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today, amid continued chill in Indo-Pak ties.
Pak must walk away from terrorism for talks with India: PM
New Delhi:India alone cannot walk the pathof peace with Pakistan and the neighbouring country must walkaway from terrorism if it wants bilateral dialogue to resume,Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday, amid continued chill in Indo-Pak ties. Referring to ties with China, the Prime Minister said itwas not unnatural for two large neighbouring powers to havesome differences but both sides should show sensitivity andrespect for each others core concerns and interests. He was speaking at the inaugural session of the three-day-long Raisina Dialogue, Indias flagship geo-politicalconference which is being attended by top foreign and securityexperts from across the world. On ties with Pakistan, Modi said the path of peace has tobe Pakistans journey as well and that Indias stand indelinking terrorism from religion, and rejecting artificialdistinction between good and bad terrorism, are now a globaltalking point. "My vision for our neighbourhood puts premium on peacefuland harmonious ties with entire South Asia. That vision hadled me to invite leaders of all SAARC nations, includingPakistan, for my swearing in. "For this vision, I had also travelled to Lahore. But,India alone cannot walk the path of peace. It also has to bePakistans journey to make. Pakistan must walk away fromterror if it wants to walk towards dialogue with India," hesaid. In a veiled reference to Pakistan, he said those "in ourneighbourhood who support violence, perpetrate hatred, andexport terror stand isolated and ignored." In his address, Modi gave a run down of Indias foreignpolicy priorities, security interests in the Indian Ocean andbilateral engagement with neighbouring countries, Gulf nationsand major powers including the US, China and Russia. On Sino-India ties, he said both the countries have anunprecedented economic opportunities and that they cancompliment each other in their march forward. "I see the rise of India & China as an unprecedentedeconomic opportunity for our two countries, and for the wholeworld. At the same time, it is not unnatural for two largeneighbouring powers to have some differences.In the management of our relationship, and for the peaceand progress in the region, both our countries need to showsensitivity and respect for each others core concerns andinterests," he said. Referring to Indias ties with the US, he said a certainamount of speed, substance and strength to the entire spectrumof economic, commercial and security engagements has beenbrought to the relationship through sustained engagement. "Over the past two-and-half years, we have given a strongmomentum to our engagement with US, Russia, Japan and other major global powers," he said, delving on Indias externalengagement and geo-strategic interests. Modi said Indias economic and political rise represents aregional and global opportunity of great significance. PTI
Modi says Pak. must walk away from terror for talks to continue
Not unnatural for two large powers to have differences, PM on India-China ties
Pak must walk away from terrorism for talks with India: PM Modi
India alone cannot walk the path of peace with Pakistan and the neighbouring country must walk away from terrorism if it wants bilateral dialogue to resume, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today, amid continued chill in Indo-Pak ties. Referring to ties with China, the Prime Minister said it was not unnatural for two large neighbouring powers to have some differences but both sides should show sensitivity and respect for each others core concerns and interests. He was speaking at the inaugural session of the three- day-long Raisina Dialogue, Indias flagship geo-political conference which is being attended by top foreign and security experts from across the world. On ties with Pakistan, Modi said the path of peace has to be Pakistans journey as well and that Indias stand in delinking terrorism from religion, and rejecting artificial distinction between good and bad terrorism, are now a global talking point. "My vision for our neighbourhood puts premium on peaceful and harmonious ties with entire South Asia. That vision had led me to invite leaders of all SAARC nations, including Pakistan, for my swearing in. "For this vision, I had also travelled to Lahore. But, India alone cannot walk the path of peace. It also has to be Pakistans journey to make. Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants to walk towards dialogue with India," he said. In a veiled reference to Pakistan, he said those "in our neighbourhood who support violence, perpetrate hatred, and export terror stand isolated and ignored." In his address, Modi gave a run down of Indias foreign policy priorities, security interests in the Indian Ocean and bilateral engagement with neighbouring countries, Gulf nations and major powers including the US, China and Russia. On Sino-India ties, he said both the countries have an unprecedented economic opportunities and that they can compliment each other in their march forward. "I see the rise of India & China as an unprecedented economic opportunity for our two countries, and for the whole world. At the same time, it is not unnatural for two large neighbouring powers to have some differences. "In the management of our relationship, and for the peace and progress in the region, both our countries need to show sensitivity and respect for each others core concerns and interests," he said. Referring to Indias ties with the US, he said a certain amount of speed, substance and strength to the entire spectrum of economic, commercial and security engagements has been brought to the relationship through sustained engagement. "Over the past two-and-half years, we have given a strong momentum to our engagement with US, Russia, Japan and other major global powers," he said, delving on Indias external engagement and geo-strategic interests. Modi said Indias economic and political rise represents a regional and global opportunity of great significance.
Pakistan must walk away from terror for dialogue: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked Pakistan to distance itself from terrorism if it wants a dialogue with India.
Pakistan must walk away from terror for dialogue with India: PM Modi
He said it wasn't unnatural for large neighbouring powers like India, China to have some differences
Pakistan must walk away from terror for dialogue: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked Pakistan to distance itself from terrorism if it wants a dialogue with India."India alone cannot walk the path of peace. It also has to be Pakistan's journey to make. Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants to walk towards dialogue with India," said Modi in his inaugural address at the second...
Text of Inaugural Address by Prime Minister at the Opening Session of the Second Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi, January 17, 2017
Text of Inaugural Address by Prime Minister at the Opening Session of the Second Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi, January 17, 2017
Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants dialogue with India: PM Modi at Raisina Dialogue
Non state actors are significant contributors to the spread of challenges we face, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said addressing over 250 delegates from 65 countries during the Raisina Dialogue.
Pakistan must walk the talk on terror if it wants to have dialogue: PM Modi
PM Modi sets the terms for dialogues to resume with Pakistan.
World needs India`s sustained rise: PM Narendra Modi at Raisina Dialogue
Inaugurating the second edition of the Raisina Dialogue on Tuesday, Prime MinisterNarendraModisaid that in May 2014, people of India had ushered in a new normal.
The Hindu, Deccan Herald, Sahara Samay English, Business Standard, Prokerala, PIB, India Today, DNA, Zee News,
  

N Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors Chairman

One India 2 hours 52 minutes ago

Tata Motors on Tuesday appointed Tata Sons' Executive Chairman-elect N. Chandrasekaran as an Additional Director and Chairman of its Board with immediate effect.
Chandrasekaran is Tata Motors new Chairman
Tata Motors has appointed N Chandrasekaran as its Chairman, the company said in a filing with stock exchanges.In a regulatory filing, the company said: The Board of Directors have appointed Natar...
N Chandrasekaran appointed as Tata Motors chairman
Chandra, the newly appointed Tata Sons chairman, is likely to take over as chairman of all important group operating companies, in keeping with the tradition at the conglomerate Read more
Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors Chairman
Tata Motors on Tuesday appointed Tata Sons' Executive Chairman-elect N. Chandrasekaran as an Additional Director and Chairman of its Board with immediate effect."In accordance with Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we would like to inform you that the Board of Directors have today...
N Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors chairman
Popularly known as Chandra, the 54-year-old will take charge at the helm of $103-bn Tata Sons
Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors chairman
New Delhi:-Tata Motors today appointed Tata group chief designate N Chandrasekaran as its Chairman with immediate effect. In a regulatory filing, the company said “the Board of Directors have today appointed Natarajan Chandrasekaran as additional director and Chairman of the board with immediate effect”. The appointment comes within a week of Tata Sons announcing Chandrasekaran […] The post Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors chairman appeared first on State Times .
Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors chairman
Tata Motors today appointed Tata group chief designate N Chandrasekaran as its Chairman with immediate effect.
Chandrasekaran appointed Tata Motors chairman
Tata Motors has appointed Tata group chief designate N. Chandrasekaran as its chairman with immediate effect.In a regulatory filing, the company said the Board of Directors have today appointed Natar...
Tata Motors appoints N Chandrasekaran as Chairman
The appointment comes within a week of Tata Sons announcing him as its Executive Chairman.
Prokerala, Business Standard, State Times, Money Control, The Hindu, DNA,
  

How Akhilesh Yadav rode away with the cycle symbol

Business Line 3 hours 29 minutes ago

His faction was quick to file affidavits while Mulayam insisted there was no split
Akhilesh faction files caveat in SC
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadavs faction of the Samajwadi Party on Tuesday filed a caveat in the Supreme Court to pre-empt any move by the group led by his father Mulayam Singh to get an...
Akhilesh Yadav files caveat in SC against any move to seize Cycle
Akhilesh Yadav faction of SP filed a caveat in the SC to pre-empt any attempt by the group led by his father Mulayam Singh Yadav to get an ex-parte order by challenging the Election Commission's decision to grant the 'Bicycle' symbol to the CM.
Hear us too: Akhilesh faction in SC on symbol row
The Samajwadi's Party's Ram Gopal Yadav has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court pre-empting a petition by the Mulayam Singh Yadav faction against the Elect
Akhilesh Yadav moves caveat in SC on EC order
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday moved a caveat in the Supreme Court urging it not to pass any order in case the rival Samajwadi Party faction files a plea challenging the Election Commission's order granting it the cycle symbol.
Akhilesh faction files caveat in SC after EC grants cycle symbol
Akhilesh Yadav faction of the Samajwadi Party today filed a caveat in the Supreme Court to pre-empt any attempt by the group led by his father Mulayam Singh Yadav to get an ex-parte order by challenging the Election Commissions decision to grant the Bicycle symbol to the Chief Minister. A caveat has been filed by SP leader Ram Gopal Yadav and others owing allegiance to Akhilesh pleading that no order be passed without hearing them. "A caveat was filed following the instructions received last evening," advocate M R Shamshad said. However, developments in the course of the day showed that the caveat would have no relevance after Akhilesh met his father and said he would take Mulayam Singh Yadav along and termed their ties as "unbreakable". Sources associated closely with the legal development also said the Mulayam Singh faction is not likely to challenge the EC order. Yesterday, the EC had given the symbol Bicycle to the faction headed by Akhilesh Yadav, recognising it as the Samajwadi Party, which came as a major boost to the Chief Minister ahead of assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.
Akhilesh Yadav moves caveat in SC on EC order
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday moved a caveat in the Supreme Court urging it not to pass any order in case the rival Samajwadi Party faction files a plea challenging the Election Commission's order granting it the cycle symbol.Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav moved the caveat in the apex court on behalf of...
Akhilesh Yadav faction files caveat in Supreme Court
A caveat has been filed bySPleader RamGopalYadavand others owing allegiance toAkhileshpleading that no order be passed without hearing them.
One India, Sahara Samay English, Deccan Herald, Prokerala, Zee News,
  

China's Xi Jinping pushes back against Donald Trump on free trade

DNA 2 hours 34 minutes ago

Chinese President Xi Jinping advocates globalisation and free trade through his speech at Davos, which, seems to have been directed at Trump.
Xi Jinping urges world to say no to protectionism
"No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war," he added, in an oblique reference to Mr. Trump.
Chinese leader pushes back against Trump on free trade
Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a vigorous defence of globalisation and free trade in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday, which underscored Beijing's desire to play a greater global role as the United States turns inward.
In Davos, Xi makes case for Chinese leadership role
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a vigorous defence of free trade at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday in a speech that underscored Beijing's desire to play a greater global role as the United States turns inward.
Chinese leader pushes back against Trump on free trade
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a vigorous defence of globalisation and free trade in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday, which underscored Beijing's desire to play a greater global role as the United States turns inward.
China's Xi says no one will emerge a winner in a trade war
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned countries on Tuesday against returning to protectionist trade policies, saying there would be no winners in a trade war.
China's Xi says no one will emerge a winner in a trade war
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping warned countries on Tuesday against returning to protectionist trade policies, saying there would be no winners in a trade war. Likening protectionism to "locking oneself in a dark room" to protect from danger but also depriving the room of "light and air", he told countries not to pursue their own interests at the expense of others. "No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war," Xi told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. (Reporting by Elizabeth Piper and Noah Barkin)
Reuters, Business Standard, Money Control, Sify,
  

WEF: Nobody will emerge as a winner in a trade war, says Xi Jinping

DNA 1 hour 6 minutes ago

Xi Jinping said globalisation can't be blamed for world's problems.
No one can win a trade war, says Xi at Davos
China on Tuesday robustly defended globalisation with its President Xi Jinping arguing at the World Economic Forum here that economic integration has powered human advancement and improved the lives of millions of people."Many of the problems troubling the world are not caused by economic globalisation," Xi was quoted as saying by CNN in his...
China's Xi says will not devalue renminbi or start trade war
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - China will not devalue its yuan, also known as the renminbi, or start a trade war, President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday.
`No point` in blaming globalisation for world`s problems: Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that there is "no point" in blaming economic globalisation for the world`s problems, adding that no one would win a trade war.
China's Xi says will not devalue renminbi or start trade war
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - China will not devalue its yuan, also known as the renminbi, or start a trade war, President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday.
China's economy has entered "new normal", says Xi
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - China's economy has entered a "new normal", but its economic fundamentals are unchanged, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday, adding a major driver now was household consumption. Despite the sluggish global economy, China's economy is expected to have grown 6.7 percent in 2016, Xi told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Tuesday. (Reporting by Noah Barkin and Elizabeth Piper)
No point blaming globalization for world's problems: Xi Jinping
China's President, Xi Jinping, has said that economic globalization has powered global growth and should not be blamed for the world's problems.
Zee News, Reuters, Sify, Money Control,
  

Australian Open: Novak Djokovic ousts Rafael Nadal slayer Fernando Verdasco in opening round

Zee News 5 hours 12 minutes ago

Djokovicprevailed 6-1, 7-6 (7/4), 6-2 in2hr20minon RodLaverArena to progress to a second-round encounter with Uzbekistan's DenisIstomin.
Australian Open 2017: Novak Djokovic cruises to second round
Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic began his quest for a record seventh Australian Open title with an easy win against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco.
Djokovic, Nadal cruise to Australian Open second round
Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic began his quest for a record seventh Australian Open title with an easy win against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco while Rafael Nadal began with a convincing victory over German Florian Mayer here on Tuesday.
Djokovic, Nadal cruise to Australian Open second round
Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic began his quest for a record seventh Australian Open title with an easy win against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco while Rafael Nadal began with a convincing victory over German Florian Mayer here on Tuesday.
Djokovic, Nadal cruise to Australian Open second round
Serbian tennis ace Novak Djokovic began his quest for a record seventh Australian Open title with an easy win against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco while Rafael Nadal began with a convincing victory over German Florian Mayer here on Tuesday.World No.2 Djokovic won 6-1, 7-6 (4), 6-2 in two hours and 20 minutes to advance to the second...
Djokovic though first test at Aussie Open
Australian Open defending champion Novak Djokovic has overcome gritty Spaniard Fernando Verdasco in their round-one clash.
Australian Open: Djokovic makes no mistake against Nadal-slayer Verdasco
The defending champion defended brilliantly at a floodlit Rod Laver Arena to frustrate the man who knocked Rafa Nadal out in the first round last year.
Business Standard, Prokerala, MSN India, DNA,
  

SP, Congress inch closer to alliance

The Hindu 53 minutes ago

Common aim is to stop the BJP; announcement in the next few days.
Cong for alliance with SP in UP elections
NEW DELHI, Jan 17 - Efforts to form a "grand secular alliance" in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh went into top gear today with the Congress declaring that it has decided to tie up with Samajwadi Party (SP) and the shape of the formation would be announced in the next two days.
UP Elections 2017: After Akhilesh wins Cycle, Congress hand to steady SP ship
Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is in-charge of party affairs in UP, said this was just a beginning of the alliance process and the nitty gritty would be decided in the next one or two days.
Cong for an alliance with SP in UP
Efforts to form a "grand secular alliance" in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh went into top gear today with the Congress declaring that it has decided to tie up with Samajwadi Party and the shape of the formation would be announced in the next two days. "I am confident that the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance will form the next government in Uttar Pradesh," AICC General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Azad told reporters confirming about the much talked about the tie up. Azad, who is in-charge of party affairs in UP, said this was just a beginning of the alliance process and the nitty gritty would be decided in the next one or two days. He was asked whether it would be a grand secular alliance also comprising Ajit Singh's RLD. At the AICC briefing later, party coordinator for UP Meem Afzal spoke in similar vein. "Congress will have an alliance with Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. The details of the arrangement will be announced in the next two days," he said. Congress announcement came close .
Cong for an alliance with SP in UP
Efforts to form a "grand secular alliance" in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh went into top gear today with the Congress declaring that it has decided to tie up with Samajwadi Party and the shape of the formation would be announced in the next two days. "I am confident that the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance will form the next government in Uttar Pradesh," AICC General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Azad told reporters confirming about the much talked about the tie up. Azad, who is in-charge of party affairs in UP, said this was just a beginning of the alliance process and the nitty gritty would be decided in the next one or two days. He was asked whether it would be a grand secular alliance also comprising Ajit Singhs RLD. At the AICC briefing later, party coordinator for UP Meem Afzal spoke in similar vein. "Congress will have an alliance with Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. The details of the arrangement will be announced in the next two days," he said. Congress announcement came close on the heels of reports from Lucknow where SP chief and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said a decision on tying up with the Congress will be taken in a "day or two". "Decision on alliance (with Congress) will be taken in a day or two," he said, buoyed by the Election Commissions order recognising him as the President of Samajwadi Party and allowing him to retain the bicycle symbol. SP general secretary Ramgopal Yadav, a close aide of Akhilesh, expressed hope of a grand secular alliance to fight elections in the state. With the poll process set in motion after the issue of notification today, hectic efforts are underway to hammer out such an alliance, with Congress being offered 90 to 100 seats by the Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party, which is also trying to rope in Ajit Singhs RLD as a junior partner. Nitish Kumars JD-U is also said to be a minor partner. Azad and Ramgopal were said to be resolving some disputes over certain seats. Uttar Pradesh has 403 Assembly constituencies where Akhileshs party would be contesting the majority of seats and was likely to have RLD as a junior partner in Western Uttar Pradesh, which was once a stronghold of Ajit Singh. Talks about such an alliance had intensified since last week when Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi had significantly remarked at the Jan Vedna Sammelan that the elections in the key state will be an "exciting affair". The refrain in several opposition parties including Congress and SP was that the Narendra Modi-led BJP should be stopped in Uttar Pradesh as the electoral outcome would have a major bearing on the next Lok Sabha polls. Meanwhile, former Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit, who has been projected by Congress as the UP CM candidate, said that if the alliance takes place, she would step aside in favour of Akhilesh.
UP elections: Why a SP-Congress alliance is a win-win for both
Only an official statement is what remains of the much-talked about SP-Congress alliance in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh.
Business Standard, Deccan Herald, One India,
  

`German passport world`s strongest, India ranks 78th`

Zee News 2 hours 50 minutes ago

A German passport is the world`s strongest while the Indian is ranked 78th in the popular ranking of the world`s passports by a global advisory firm.
'German passport world's strongest, India ranks 78th'
A German passport is the world's strongest while the Indian is ranked 78th in the popular ranking of the world's passports by a global advisory firm.The latest passport Index devised by global financial advisory firm Arton Capital is based on cross-border access of national passports. It assigns a "visa-free score" according to the number of...
India ranked 78th in global Passport Index
Germany tops the list with a score of 157
German passport world's most powerful, India ranks 78th in global rankings
Germany stands at the top with a visa-free score of 157 while Singapore overtakes South Korea and becomes the highest ranked Asian passport with a visa-free score of 156.
Germany's passport is the world's most powerful while India ranks 78th
According to Arton Capital's global ranking 'Passport Index', the German Passport is the world's most powerful while India stands at 78th position.
How powerful is the Indian passport? Here are the 2017 rankings
The Indian passport has been ranked 78 in a global ranking of the worlds most powerful passports.Germany stands at the top with a visa-free score of 157, while Singapore overtakes South Korea and bec...
India Today, DNA, The Hindu,
  

New CBI chief by Jan 20, Centre tells SC

The Assam Tribune 1 hour 53 minutes ago

NEW DELHI, Jan 17 - All issues relating to the selection of the new chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation will be clear very soon, the Supreme Court was informed today.
Decision on CBI chief soon, govt. tells SC
A high-power panel comprising PM, CJI has met on Monday to decide on the issue
New CBI chief could be named by Friday: Centre tells SC
Mukul Rohatgi told SC that the names have been shortlisted and announcement is likely before Friday.
New CBI chief could be named by Jan 20: Centre tells SC
All issues relating to the selection of the new chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation will be clear very soon, the Supreme Court was informed on Tuesday.
New CBI chief could be named by Jan 20: Centre tells SC
New Delhi:-All issues relating to the selection of the new chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation will be clear very soon, the Supreme Court was informed today. A high-powered committee, comprising the Prime Minister, the Chief Justice of India and the Leader of Opposition, has met yesterday to decide the name of the new […] The post New CBI chief could be named by Jan 20: Centre tells SC appeared first on State Times .
New CBI chief could be named by Jan 20: Centre tells SC
All issues relating to the selection of the new chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation will be clear very soon, the Supreme Court was informed today. A high-powered committee, comprising the Prime Minister, the Chief Justice of India and the Leader of Opposition, has met yesterday to decide the name of the new CBI Director, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the Centre, told a bench comprising Justices Kurian Joseph and A M Khanwilkar. The bench deferred the hearing on a related PIL till January 20 after Rohatgi submitted that the minutes of the meeting "are still being drawn up" as the high-powered panel has deliberated on the short-listed names yesterday and things would be clear by Friday. The court, on December 16 last year, had asked the government as to why the panel has not met so far. The Attorney General had then responded by saying that the meeting would take place soon. The Centre had then rubbished the claim that services of senior IPS officer R K ...
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Sikh student denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban

Business Standard 4 hours 52 minutes ago

Wearing turban does not align with its uniform policy, says school
Sikh boy in Australia denied enrolment in school for wearing turban
A five-year-old Sikh boy was denied entry by a school here for wearing a turban as it said that the religious head gear was not in conformity with the school's uniform policy."It is disappointing that my son has been forced to abandon his religious practices and identity for access to an education in Melbourne's Melton Christian College," the...
Sikh student denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban
The boy was denied school enrolment for wearing turban as it does not align with uniform policy.
Australia: 5-year-old Sikh boy denied school enrolment for wearing turban
The parents said the college had refused to review their uniform policy.
Sikh student denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban
A five-year-old Sikh boy has been denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban as it does not align with its uniform policy, despite a landmark ruling in 2008 against a private institution on the issue.
Sikh student denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban
A five-year-old Sikh boy has been denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban as it does not align with its uniform policy, despite a landmark ruling in 2008 against a private institution...
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