Wednesday, 17 August, 2022

Topic: Udaipur

In Udaipur, a Covid-style control room helps battle lumpy skin disease, one village at a time

Control room set up in govt-run veterinary hospital fields calls from gram panchayats about suspected cases and requests for treatment, while rapid response team works on ground.

‘Udaipur could’ve seen Godhra repeat’ — ‘Muslim boycott’, uneasy peace after Hindu tailor’s murder

Since Kanhaiya Lal Teli’s murder by two Muslim men, many Hindus have changed how they do business in the Old City. It has hurt both communities, but there are glimmers of hope.

Why we should know where Udaipur killers lie on the staircase of radicalisation pyramid

Udaipur’s violent executioners had reached the highest point of radicalisation where the only option left before them was to kill their innocent victim.

Our take on Udaipur killing, Maharashtra, and Zubair — in 50 words

ThePrint view on the most important issues this week.

32 IPS officers transferred in Rajasthan in major shake-up after Udaipur tailor murder

The police has been criticised for ignoring tailor Kanhaiya Lal’s complaints of threats after he put up a social media post in favour of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma.

Ashok Gehlot meets Udaipur victim’s family, says NIA should should file chargesheet soon

After visiting Kanhaiya Lal's house, he convened a law and order meeting in Udaipur with police authorities, ordering them to take action against individuals who violate the law.

National front of fringe elements, united in hate & what’s still intact from MVA

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

4,000 gather for silent protest, even as Udaipur remains on edge over Hindu tailor’s murder

Kanhaiya Lal Teli was killed, allegedly by 2 Muslim men, over a purported social media post Tuesday. Protestors marched from Udaipur's Town Hall to the Collectorate, via Bapu Bazar & Delhi Gate.

Quran says no one can limit others’ freedom. Udaipur killing violates Islam’s golden rule

Throughout history, Islamic scholars have uniformly agreed that respecting and obeying the law of the land is an essential aspect of faith.

‘Sena compromised fundamental ideology’ —what Hindu Right press wrote on Maharashtra crisis

ThePrint’s round-up of how pro-Hindutva media covered and commented on news and topical issues over the past few weeks.

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Pakistan: Imran Khan's Instagram account hacked, doubious crypto link posted

Imran Khan’s becoming costly for Pakistan govt. But army won’t completely remove him from scene

Imran Khan is so tuned into Pakistan’s domestic politics, he sees foreign policy more as a ploy. That’s why he can surprise his rally audience with a Jaishankar video.

India’s ‘salaried class’ shrank during Covid, Muslims hit hardest, govt data suggests

India’s salaried class shrank by 2.7 percentage points during pandemic, govt’s Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS) shows. But data for religious minorities, women is even bleaker.


The two frigates under construction at Yantar shipyard in Russia | Snehesh Alex Philip | ThePrint

Not dependent on Ukraine for engines, want to be part of Make in India initiative, says Russia

India had procured gas turbine engines from Ukraine & handed over to Russia to install them on the Admiral Grigorovich-class guided-missile stealth frigates being made for the Navy.
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Tiranga vs Tiranga: Gloves are off as Kejriwal joins the ‘nationalism’ battle with Modi

Kejriwal’s maun vrat on Modi has ended. This is an important turn in Indian politics. In some ways rivalling the dramatic turn in Bihar.