Former Maharashtra minister and Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Aaditya Thackeray's convoy was attacked in Maharashtra's Aurangabad after a few people pelted stones. Aaditya Thackeray tried to placate the protesters. the police denied any incident of stone pelting saying that no such incident took place except sloganeering the two rival groups. Shiv Sena (UBT) leader and leader of opposition in the Maharashtra legislative council Ambadas Danve tweeted, Three or four stones were hurled in the direction of the meeting in Mahalgaon area when they were leaving. Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Ambadas Danve alleged that the local MLA in Sambhajinagar was behind the stone-pelting incident.
A senior Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) leader claimed that stones were thrown during a public meeting addressed by Aaditya Thackeray in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra on Tuesday evening.
Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) leader Aditya Thackeray was on a visit to Aurangabad when Unruly scenes were witnessed when some locals pelted stones on Thackeray's vehicle. The incident was recorded on camera as well. Videos of the incident showed that some people created a ruckus in front of Aditya Thackeray and Ambadas Danve's car. Ambadas Danve is a leader from the Uddhav Thackeray camp. Danve released a video saying that the local MLA in Sambhajinagar was behind the stone-pelting incident. He claimed that it was done to create a divide between Hindu and Dalit samaj.
Jaslok Hospitals Dr Madan Bahadur, who was treating that patient, said in the Aurangabad HIV-to-HIV transplant the risk is the donors health in the future.
Unfounded criminal charges stigmatise reputation and bring disrepute, and loss of character or bruised reputation cannot be restored even by judicial reprieve, the Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court said.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, who was on a visit to Gujarat for the last two days, will arrive here on Tuesday afternoon and head to Khultabad town for an overnight stay, he said.
Ms. Clinton was on a visit to Gujarat for the last two days where she attended a programme to mark 50 years of SEWA as a trade union.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton will on Tuesday arrive in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district where she will visit the world famous Ellora Caves on Wednesday, an official said.
A 22-year-old woman allegedly strangled her two minor children to death in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city, police said on Tuesday.
The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court in an interim order has restrained the police from conducting mock drills in which personnel playing the part of terrorists are shown as belonging to a particular community.
English groom Edward married an Indian girl Sanchi in Aurangabad city of Maharashtra on February 06. The groom came with his entire family and both the couple married with Buddhist rituals. The couple fell in love with each other in 2019. Their marriage took place in India as the per condition of the brides family. The bride and groom were dressed in traditional Indian attire.
Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Police has arrested three members of the banned radical outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) on charges of conspiring against the government and indulging in unlawful activities. Along with this, the police have detained 4 members of the banned organization for questioning in the last few days. In the latest action, two members of the radical outfit PFI were arrested from Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal on Saturday (February 4), while the third was arrested in connection with a case registered by the Special Task Force of MP Police last year after being brought on a production warrant from Aurangabad (Maharashtra). The three accused have been identified as Ghulam Rasool Shah (37), Sajid Khan alias Ghulam Nabi (56), a resident of Indore and Parvez Khan (30), a resident of Aurangabad in Dhar district, a police official said. The accused have been booked under IPC sections 121A (conspiring to wage war against the government), 153B (attempt to outrage national integration), and 120B (criminal conspiracy) besides provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the official said. Of these, Parvez Khan was lodged in a jail in Aurangabad and was brought to Bhopal on a production warrant on Saturday, he said. PFIis working on the agenda of making India an Islamic nation, for which it is radicalizing the Muslims of the country by provoking them against the government and people of other religions. For this reason, the central government banned PFI last year. Father raped 13-year-old daughter, now court sentences him 'Modi Ki Hawa Hai...', Why did PK say this? Terrorists recruitment from Owaisi's home area Hyd, Lashkar's dreaded conspiracy exposed
The Madhya Pradesh Police have arrested three members of the banned outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) on charges of conspiring against the government and indulging in unlawful activities, an official said on Sunday. With this, the police have taken into custody four members of the banned outfit in the last couple of days. In the latest action, two PFI members were arrested in Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal on Saturday while the third one was arrested after being brought on production warrant from Aurangabad (in Maharashtra) in connection with a case registered by the MP Police's Special Task Force last year, the official said. The three accused have been identified as Gulam Rasool Shah (37), a resident of Dhar district, Sajid Khan aka Gulam Nabi (56), a resident of Indore, and Parvez Khan (30), from Aurangabad, he said. They were booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 121A (conspiracy to wage war against government), 153B (assertions prejudicial to national integration) and 120B
Mumbai: In the politics of Maharashtra, the BJP may have ousted Uddhav Thackeray from power along with Eknath Shind, but it is not able to gather its political influence in front of the Mahavikas Aghadi. The BJP-Shinde faction has suffered a major setback in the Legislative Council elections while Mahavikas has got a big victory. The BJP has been wiped out in Nagpur, the stronghold of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis. The headquarter of RSS is in Nagpur, due to which the concern for BJP has increased. In the Nagpur teacher quota MLC seat, Sudhakar Adbole of Mahavikas Aghadi has defeated Nago Ganar of BJP by more than 7000 votes. Adabale got 16,700 votes while Ganar got 8,211 votes. NCP candidate Vikram Kale has won from Aurangabad Teachers MLC seat. Vikram Kale got 20,195 votes. At the same time, the biggest upset happened on the Amravati graduate seat. Congress candidate Dhiraj Lingade has won from here. Dheeraj defeated BJP candidate Ranjit Patil. Congress's rebel candidate Satyajit Tambe has won the graduate MLC seat in the Nashik segment. The Congress had fielded Tambe's father Sudhir Tambe as its official candidate, who has been winning the MLC election for three terms. In such a situation, instead of nominating himself, he filed his son Satyajit Tambe as an independent candidate. In such a situation, Congress suspended both the leaders from the party and Mahavikas Aghadi supported Shubhangi Patil. Satyajit Tambe's rebellion cost Congress dearly. Indira once banned BBC, Why is Cong devoted to showing Modi's documentary today? Trump requests restraint in support of Ukraine An important NATO member state accuses allies of engaging in psychological warfare.
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Aurangabad: A pet dog started barking at a man in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city. Angered by this, the man killed the dog by hitting a shovel and argued with the woman. On the complaint of the woman, the police registered a case against the culprits and started an investigation. The police officer gave this informationon Wednesday. According to the news received, the incident took place on Tuesday afternoon in Aurangabad city. Four persons, including two women and two men, had reached the woman's residence in the Narlibagh area here. It is said that duringthis, the woman's pet dog started barking at everyone. In this case, the complaint made to the police said that when the woman's pet dog started barking on seeing people, a person got angry. After this, the man got angry and picked up the shovel lying nearby and swiftly hit the dog on the head. The pet dog died on the spot. After this incident, the four people started arguing with the woman. The woman lodged a complaint with the police. The police have registered a case against the culprits under several sections. Wife refuses to have s*x, angry husband took this terrible step 'Had unnatural s*x and then killed,' Student confesses his crime at Police station 16-year-old girl raped by 'Insta' friend, culprit also sent nudes to her mother
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During the visit, Aaditya Thackeray will tour nearly 15 villages of Aurangabad, Jalna and Beed districts in the Marathwada region, said Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Ambadas Danve
Deputy chief minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav on Saturday said youth should prepare for the competition as vacancy for the lakhs of government jobs were coming soon. He said this while inaugurating the Deo Surya Mahotsav at Deo block headquarters in Aurangabad district.
Police on Saturday recovered 149 cane bombs and 13 pressure IEDs from Chakrabandha hill under Madanpur police station area in Aurangabad district.
Three students from the University of Vadodara's Faculty of Commerce have won medals in national and statelevel championships. Vanhika Patidar, a student of thirdyear BCOM, won bronze in the 63 kg junior category in the National Bench Press Championship held in Maharashtra's Aurangabad from January 15-20. In another achievement, a student of secondyear BCOM, Pradad Sanjit, won gold and was selected for the Junior National Championship by representing Msu in the 63 kg boys under20 category at Statelevel Wrestling Championship held in Devgadh Baria on January 18. In the same tournament, another secondyear student, Ganga Prasad Kushwah, won a silver in the 57 kg boys under20 category.
Mumbai: Police have registered a case against eight people for dancing with a picture of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Maharashtra's Washim district. On Sunday (January 15) night, the video of the dance went viral in the district. After which Hindu organizations started protesting. According to the report, a sandal procession of Dada Hayat Qalandar Sahib was taken out on the night of January 14 at Mangrulpir in the district. Two large photographs were waved in the crowd of dancers in Sandal, one of which was of Tipu Sultan and the other photo was of Aurangzeb. After the video went viral on social media, Mangrulpir police registered a case against 8 people. However, no culprit has been arrested yet. In protest against the incident, a local Hindu organization in the city burnt an effigy of Aurangzeb. A police force has been deployed at various places in the city to avoid a tense situation. At the moment, peace prevails in the town. Let me tell you, earlier a new controversy arose in Maharashtra last week about Aurangzeb. In fact, Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLA and former state minister Jitendra Awhad had said that Aurangzeb was cruel, but not anti-Hindu. Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj was brought to Bahadurgarh where his eyes were removed. Near the Bahadurgarh Fort, there was also a Vishnu temple. If Aurangzeb was anti-Hindu, he would have demolished that temple as well. NCP leader Awhad was trying to defend the remarks made by Leader of Opposition Ajit Pawar on Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj. Let us inform you that NCP leader Ajit Pawar had said in the state assembly that the Maratha king (Sambhaji Maharaj) had never supported religion in his life. The BJP government was infuriated by Pawar's statement and termed it an insult to Sambhaji Maharaj. CM Eknath Shinde had said that NCP is glorifying Aurangzeb while disparaging Sambhaji Maharaj. He said that Aurangzeb had demolished many temples in Maharashtra and tortured women a lot. Atrocities of Aurangzeb on Indians: Tell that, Aurangzeb's letters written to his generals to break the temples are still kept in the country's museums. It was Aurangzeb who imposed the Jizya tax on Hindus, which non-Muslims have to pay in order to survive under Islamic rule. Not only this, Aurangzeb himself tells his grandson Bidar Bakht at one place that, 'Satara village near Aurangabad was the place of my hunting, yes there was a temple with the image of Khanderai on the mountain. By the grace of Allah, I demolished it.' This Aurangzeb had got Guru Teg Bahadur's head beheaded for not accepting Islam. Bhai Matidas should be cut into two parts with a saw, Bhai Satidas should be wrapped in cotton and burnt alive, Guru Gobind Singh's sons should be walled up alive, Chhatrapati Shivaji's son Shambhaji Maharaj's eyes should be gouged out, tongue should be cut, inch by inch he should be cut, and telling themto accept Islam. All these are just a few stories of the atrocities of the tyrant Aurangzeb. History is full of stories of his cruelty and religious terrorism which he did on Indians in the name of Islam. PM Modi's road show in Delhi today, avoid going on these routes Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw escapes narrowly in a road accident 'Had been living in a live-in for 25 years,' after a slight quarrel...
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