Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Indian Maharashtra extremist Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray

Members of the Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS), a right-wing political party, and the Maharashtra reconstruction party burnt music albums of Pakistani artists in Mumbai during a protest against the Pakistani government on Tuesday.
Indian Maharashtra extremist Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray Monday said his party would not allow Pakistani artists to perform in the state.
'We won't allow Pakistani artists to perform here. Nor will we allow anyone to sell cassettes, DVDs featuring their work,' Thackeray said.
He said no film starring Pakistani artists would be allowed to be screened anywhere in the state.

India has not shared info on Mumbai: Interpol chief

The chief of Interpol said Tuesday that India had not yet authorised the sharing of any information with the global police agency about those allegedly involved in the Mumbai attacks.
Interpol secretary general Ronald Noble made the statement after talks with Pakistani interior ministry chief Rehman Malik about the ongoing investigation into the attacks, which India has blamed on Pakistan-based militants.
'To date, India's government has not authorised India's police agencies to enter any data relating to the recent terrorist attacks in Mumbai into Interpol's databases,' Noble told a joint press conference.

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