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Educated girls entering flesh trade for money

New Delhi, January 28: Observing that even educated girls from well-off families were entering the flesh trade to fund their lifestyles, the Supreme Court Friday said rescue and rehabilitation of sex workers was a complex problem and sought to know how the government proposed to tackle it.

“It is very complex. It is also a transgender problem and it is not confined to girls alone. It is very complicated problem,” said a bench of Justice Altamas Kabir and Justice Gyan Sudha Misra.

Black Magic Woman in great heart

Mumbai, January 27: The four-year-old filly Black Magic Woman, who is in great heart, as evidenced by her track movements should score over her rivals in the Sahaan Multi-Million, the feature event of Saturday's (Jan. 28) races here.

False rails will be placed 6 metres from its original point from 1600m to 1200m and 12 metres away from 800m upto the winning post.

Culprits of Balapur Masjid demolition receive support

Hyderabad, January 27: (Siasat News) A deputation of the local residents of Balapur met Editor Siasat, Mr. Zahid Ali Khan and told him that some people are hatching a conspiracy to support the persons who demolished Masjid Balapur. The delegation included Shareef Saad Bin Hamad Yemani, Shareef Khalid Yemani Munshi Anwar Khan and others.

2 YO Falak with human bite marks' on body in Critical State

New Delhi, January 27: Bitten and battered with severe head injuries, a two-year-old baby who was admitted to a hospital here last week is "showing signs of recovery", doctors said on Thursday.

Falak was brought to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences' (AIIMS) Trauma Centre around 2.15 pm Jan 18 in an unconsciousness state with injury marks all over her body by a 15-year-old girl who claimed to be her mother.

The girl has been sent to a juvenile home, police said.

Permission to fix Miladun Nabi flags granted

Hyderabad, January 25: (Siasat News) Police Commissioner, Mr. A.K. Khan held a meeting with the Muslim Ulema in Purani Haveli office to elicit proposals for the smooth conduct of Prophet Mohammed’s (SAW) birthday celebrations and the rally on the day.

Police Commissioner informed the Muslim religious leaders that permission is given to fix flags of Miladun Nabi (SAW) celebrations in majority concentration area also on the condition that the organizers should remove them after the festival.

Obama a Muslim? I'm doing my best to get him out: Santorum

Florida, January 24: During a town hall at an American Legion Hall here Monday afternoon, Rick Santorum was asked a question about President Obama's religion that's been a common refrain amongst certain Republicans going all the way back to 2008.

Inquiry on Anti-Muslim Media: Britons demand

London, January 24: Lawmakers, human rights advocates and Muslim leaders have joined hands to call for a public inquiry into distorting media coverage of Muslims and their faith in Britain.

“An alternative inquiry is necessary to investigate what many regard as widespread and systematic discriminatory practices in reporting on Muslims and Islam in the British media,” they said in a joint letter cited by the Guardian.

Gulf blacklisted cos, Govt playing an agent

Hyderabad, January 23: “I jumped from the second floor of the building. I could not bear the harassment by my employer's wife anymore,” said Shabana Begum, recalling the nightmare of her work as a maid in Saudi Arabia. A mother of two children, Shabana Begum who is all of 24 years is a divorcee. Hailing from the Old City, she recalls the trauma she had to face in a place called Abha, a few kilometres from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where she went in search of a job a year ago.

Large gathering of Muslims at Qutub Shahi Masjid Balapur for Juma Prayer

Hyderabad, January 21: (Siasat News) Many Muslims offered Friday Prayer at Masjid Qutub Shahi at Balapur yesterday. The Mosque which was uninhabited for the past so many years was presenting the scene of Eidgah. Hafiz Abdul Wahab of Haj House Mosque led the Friday prayer. Water for ablution was supplied through many tankers. Some well-wishers offered a packet of Water and biscuits. The organizers and the police were spell-bound on seeing the large congregation. Volunteers were guiding the persons.

Telanaga issue: JAC to decide about agitation

Hyderabad, January 20: The Telangana political Joint Action Committee (JAC) would meet in Hyderabad tomorrow to finalise its future course of action about the resumption of separate statehood agitation.

JAC leaders, including TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, who held a meeting here today, decided to continue their talks tomorrow.

The TRS president had earlier threatened to intensify the agitation from mid-January.

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