Jain monk Tarun Sagar passes away at 51: Narendra Modi condoles death, says his teachings will continue inspiring people
Narendra Modi expressed grief over Jain monk Tarun Sagar's demise and said that he will always be remembered for his rich ideals, compassion and contribution to the society.
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Shashi Tharoor was left embarrassed after Twitterati pointed out he had mistakenly posted a picture of Gautam Buddha while wishing his followers on Mahavir Jayanti
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Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi were slow to pay dues long before Rs 12,600 cr PNB scam, say diamond traders
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The ladies kurti-suits were available in different shades and colours with the holy 'Navkar Mantra' printed on the front upper side, which were displayed prominently on mannequins and in showcases.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday said that no illegal slaughterhouses will be allowed to function in the state.
Jain community members, in fact, wear masks so that they don't accidentally inhale small organisms in the air. Whereas the 13-year-old, we are told, did not have even water, leave alone any fruits or food.
The Supreme Court today refused to grant a stay on the arrest of Vishal Dadlani, for allegedly hurting sentiments of Jain community with his tweets on monk Tarun Sagar.
The Bombay High Court on Monday stayed the controversial ban on sale of meat in Mumbai on 17 September in connection with the Jain community's fasting season Paryushan, asking why the restriction is only on mutton and chicken and not on fish and eggs.
The Bombay High Court on Thursday said imposing a ban on animal slaughter and sale of meat for four days during the Jain festival 'Paryushan' is not feasible in a metropolitan city like Mumbai and sought response from the state and the municipal body on a petition challenging it.
Close on the heels of BMC suspending the sale of meat in its markets for four days, now the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, controlled by the NCP, has announced a similar measure till 17 September, as these dates fall within the eight-day Jain fasting period of 'Paryushan'.
Following demands made by BJP legislators and Jain organisations, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has banned meat in Mumbai for four days during the Jain fasting season of Paryushan.
A Jain body on Tuesday approached the Supreme Court challenging Rajasthan High Court order that had termed 'santhara', a religious ritual of fasting until death, as illegal.
Minority Affairs Minister K Rahman Khan said the demand of minority status to Jain community was pending with the government.
The AICC had said in a release that Jain Samaj leaders had spoken to Rahul about their long-pending demand for minority status for the community.
The community is already enjoys minority status in some states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.
The Jain community is up in arms over the state government’s inaction on stolen idols