Will systematically fight against Citizenship Amendment Bill: SDPI

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December 8,2019

Mangaluru, Dec 8: The Social Democratic Party of India has taken strong objection to the clearance of the cabinet to pass Citizenship Amendment Bill effecting a change into the Citizenship Act 1955. 

Addressing a press conference here Elyas Muhammad Thumbe, president of SDPI’s Karnataka state unit, said that the BJP government’s move was politically motivated and in clear violation of the spirit of the constitution that are ‘Equal Rights to all’ and ‘Everyone is equal before law’.  

“This is BJP’s conspiracy to turn this country from secular to communal. Thus it is debarring Muslims from equal rights as enshrined and guaranteed in the constitution of India,” he said.

He said, SDPI would organize systematic fight against this agenda of BJP. SDPI would never allow to realize the agenda of BJP to destruct the pluralism and integrity of this nation. 

“The NRC conducted in Assam has declared 19 lakhs Indian citizens as illegal migrants. This has created deep panic in Assam. This process of NRC has taken several years in Assam and consumed 1600 crores of rupees and 62,000 human resource.”

“These kind of disturbances incurred heavy losses to the nation and created mistrust and panic among the citizen of this country. Now, the government is trying to impose an amendment to Citizenship Act to provide citizenship to those migrants only on the basis of religion which is strongly condemnable. SDPI will fight unto last against such kind of conspiracies unitedly and with commitment,” he said.

He said: “27 years have been passed to the destruction of Babri Masjid. Unfortunately and agonizingly, yet, proper justice is not delivered. Though the clear title deeds, records, historical proofs and live proofs were submitted to the courts, the land of the Babri Masjid is awarded to Ramlalla. This verdict is unilateral and against to the principles of Indian constitution and against natural justice. SDPI has been conducting protests against this injustice across the country and the progressive organization and other social organizations are supporting our agitations. AT this juncture, SDPI demands justice to Babri Masjid, and punishment to the culprits of demolition of Babri Masjid,” he said.

SDPI leaders Ashraf Machar, Athavulla Jokatte Iqbal Bellare, Suhail Khan and Muneeb Bengre were present.

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Eminent theatre personality Dr Subhadramma Mansur dies at 81

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July 16,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 16: Eminent theatre personality and renowned vocalist Dr Subhadramma Mansur who had won many awards including the prestigious Karnataka Rajyotsava award died on Wednesday night, according to her family.

She was 81 and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

The family said she developed severe respiratory problems last night following which she was rushed to hospital, but died on the way.

Condoling her death, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said Dr Mansur had contributed to the theatre world for five decades. He also recalled her devotion to music as an eminent vocalist.

"I pray for her soul to rest in peace and strength to the family to bear the irreparable loss," the Chief Minister said in his message posted on Twitter.

The veteran theatre personality from Ballari earned recognition for her roles in mythology-based dramas.

Connoisseurs of stage performances recall her memorable portrayal of Draupadi, a character from the Mahabharata.

Her depiction of Hemareddy Mallamma left a deep imprint on the audience.

Many awards were bestowed on her including the Rajyotsava Award, Nataka Akademi and Gubbi Veeranna Award and an honorary doctorate by the Srikrishna Devaraya University

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5,483 new COVID-19 cases, 84 deaths reported from Karnataka

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August 1,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 31: A total of 5,483 new COVID-19 cases and 84 deaths were reported in Karnataka in the last 24 hours, the state's health department informed on Friday.

Karnataka now has a total of 1,24,115 coronavirus cases, including 72,005 active cases and 49,788 discharges.
So far, 2,134 deaths have been reported from the state.

Meanwhile, India reported the highest single-day spike of 55,079 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, crossing the 16-lakh mark, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed on Friday.

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I quit. Goodbye to this world and depression: Former Bigg Boss contestant Jayashree

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July 22,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 22: On Wednesday morning starlet and Bigg Boss 3 contestant Jayashree Ramaiah sent social media into a tizzy with an update that read, “I quit. Goodbye to this f*****g world and depression.” Friends and acquaintances immediately began reaching out to the actor asking her to return their concerned calls and desist from taking any extreme steps.

“Jayashree has been battling depression for a while now. She had family issues and was also concerned about the lack of work,” shares actor Ashvithi Shetty. The Ramachari twins were in touch with Jayashree since they met at a celebrity cricket match four years ago. “She has shared several times about how low she’s been and I would try to cheer her up. But the problem was that she’d keep changing her phone number so often that it became difficult to keep track of how she was doing,” states Ashvithi.

Around four months ago, Jayashree moved into her own home and mentioned to her that she was happy with this new development in her life. “But she went retreated again and a few days ago, I messaged her on social media and she said she was doing fine. So I was shocked to see this update on Wednesday morning,” avers the actor. Repeated calls finally elicited a message from Jayashree that she was getting admitted to the hospital. “But I also got contradictory information that she had been discharged and had been taken to the hospital again but she was refusing to go inside. I am awaiting more clarity on the issue,” sums up Ashvithi.

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