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Contents: 16-30 June 2001 issue


We are against 'yellow' - would like to suggest 'khaki'
Just Published:

1.
WAQI'AT-I-KASHMIR
 By Khwaja Mohd Azam Dedmari

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2. Minorities Commission
Minor Role in Major Affairs
By Tahir Mahmood
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Taliban edict Click to Read
Shahla Nigar second in public service exams Click to Read
Editorial: Indian Muslims branded as 'internal security risk' Click to Read
'No retaliation' Click to Read
Nagore Meeran Sahib Click to Read
Taking Stock: Kanpur was 'Khanpur' Click to Read
Special Report: 

A classic story of state terrorism Click to Read

Media: 

Signpost: Issues of the Holy Land Click to Read

ABC, tell us why... Click to Read

National News:

Sultan Shahin and his Pakistani ‘friend’ Click to Read

Babri case drags on Click to Read

Survival of BJP in jeopardy Click to Read

BJP eyes Muslim locality for water plant Click to Read

Mubarakpur riots Click to Read

Arabic dictionary released Click to Read

Muslim representation in Assam Assembly Click to Read

Muslim women in Assam legislature Click to Read

Shock waves in U.P. BJP circles Click to Read

Irshad suffering continues Click to Read

Iqbal Ansari joins Hamdard University as visiting professor Click to Read

View from the Valley Click to Read

Trifurcation of Kashmir a possibility, hints Pant Click to Read

Lucknow riots a handiwork of police and politicians Click to Read

Murder of women for ‘honour’ Click to Read

Self-styled Jehadi organizations and Pakistan Click to Read

Interview: Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari : ‘Most Muslims do not observe Islam’ Click to Read
Newsmakers
Awards
Obituaries
Community News Click to Read
International News:

Killer’s ‘restraint’

Putting Pressure on Israel

DESPAIR OF A TOWN SUFFERING DEJA VU

Israel is rapidly running out of friends

American Muslims — taken for a ride by Bush Click to Read

The Mitchell Report: Oslo's last gasp?

Free but immoral

Russia's dirty war in Chechnya

'We don't have anyone but God'

American journalists on Afghanistan

Issues:  

Miserable condition of the grave of a warrior lady Click to Read

New Muslim generation indifferent towards Pak Click to Read

Mumbai Muslims lead the community Click to Read

Making Islam a means of prosperity Click to Read

Turning ‘Muslim’ to reach Muslims Click to Read

Islamic banking in contemporary perspective Click to Read

Books:  

The Amazing Quran: Something for everyone Click to Read

A fearless account of riots Click to Read

Career guidance Click to Read

Major contribution to Minor(ities) Affairs Click to Read

WAQI'AT-I-KASHMIR by Khwaja Muhammad Azam Dedmari Click to Read

Thought:  

The Order of Nature Click to Read

Islamic Perspectives:  

Allah: the only source of existence and human values Click to Read

Letters to the Editor Click to Read

Previous Issues Click to Read

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Previous Issues Highlights
Hashimpura killings by the PAC
The Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ghaziabad, issuing bailable and then non-bailable warrants against the 19 PAC men, who faced charges of murdering 40 Muslims of Hashimpura (Meerut) in 1987, twenty three times between January 1997 and April 2000. They were never arrested and produced before the court, though all along this period they were in active service with known postings and residential addresses. At the end of May and early June 2000, sixteen of the accused surrendered and got bail, The trial court fixed dates in September, October and December 2000 for framing of charges, for which the Govt. counsel was not prepared. On 13 December the CBCID submitted that it wanted time for appointing a Special Public Prosecutor. The case was adjourned.... Complete Article
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Advani and the truth
If a single person who could be credited with spoiling India's secular fabric and bringing the two major communities of the country at loggerhead it is LK Advani who led the Babri demolition from front. Not only he headed the Rath Yatra in 1990 that led the country to the greatest communal divide and caused lot of bloodshed in the whole country, but also participated and led the hooligans (Karsevaks) in Ayodhya in December 1992 to demolish the historical Babri Masjid. Now this very same person talks of deepest sorrow on the demolition of the Babri Masjid and goes on to say that it was the saddest day of his life.... Complete Article
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Jameatus-Salehat: revolutionizing women education
If you believed that madrasas are only outdated things with their obsolete syllabi formulated centuries and centuries ago and students who come from poorest of poor families, you are due for a surprising jolt. You may be in for a further jolt when a madrasa meant for girls education established some quarter a century ago catches everyone's attention in the country. Complete Article
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Kanpur: one-sided PAC riot
Kanpur riot, which erupted on 16 March and continued unabated for the next two days, was mostly a repetition of the familiar, one-sided, PAC violence we were used to until the Rapid Action Force (RAF) was formed by Narasimha Rao after great Muslim pressure and protests. The PAC has been thoroughly discredited and side-lined to the point that a judicial order prevents it fromentering Meerut where its brave jawans committed crimes unheard of in the police history anywhere in the world. Complete Article
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Another 'Babri' in the making
The VHP is trying for several months now to perform yagna in the complex and is constantly trying to provoke people in order to give it an Ayodhya type turn. An ASI official said that ‘every Ganesh Chaturthi there are threats to review the worshipping of the idol. But the ASI maintains status-quo from the time the monument was notified as protected one.

When the police refused to allow the VHP to perform Ganesh Chaturthi in the complex they announced to try and perform the yagna every month till they are able to offer prayers before the Ganesha idol and install an idol in the complex. It has now become a monthly ritual and they gather every month outside the complex in order to try to install an idol inside.
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Taliban defy world outcry...Their Indian counterparts cross all limits
Hindutvaites, who perpetrated greater crimes by demolishing the Babri Masjid which led to the demolition of hundreds of mosques, dargahs, imambaras and the murder of thousands of innocent Muslims in the riots that erupted all over the country as a result, took the Taleban demolitions to indulge in their favourite game of hate-mongering. The climax was the burning of the Holy Qur’an in Delhi by the World Hindu Council (VHP) activists in Delhi on 5 March. The above picture, taken by Kamal Kishore and distributed by Reuters news agency and was seen on the following internet site: http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/p/nm/20010305/ts/mdf21501.html. ...Their Indian counterparts cross all limits Click to Read Related Articles Taliban defy world outcry... Click to Read  Letters to the Editor: Taleban
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Nigar Cinema accused go scot free
A two-member Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court on 23 February accepted the appeal of ten persons accused of the Nigar cinema massacre and freed them all. The High Court upheld the December 1999 order of the U.P. state government and of the district and sessions judge of Meerut under which the cases of murder, dacoity and arson against the accused were withdrawn.
The Nigar cinema saga took a dramatic turn when, on 15 February, the main accused of this heinous crime and city vice president of Shiv Sena Dharam Dutt Sharma, alias Dharma, was shot dead by three scooter-borne youths on Meerut-Baghpat Road. Two other accused, KD Gaurav and Sirohi, were shot dead earlier by the UP Police in an encounter. Dharam Dutt Sharma was a top goonda of the district and was placed by Meerut police at number six in the top ten list of criminals.
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Setting world records in an unknown town
Sitting in a small town, Dr Ayub has set world records. He has performed maximum number of mini cholecystectomy operations in the world by single surgical team. Moreover, he has performed a mini cholecystectomy operation in just six minutes - another world record! He is slated to make it to the Guinness Book of World Records soon. Guinness researchers have already come twice to his hospital and checked the records themselves. Dr Ayub is a living example that armed with dedication and sincerity you can achieve excellence just about anywhere in the world. Complete Article
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Inset: Captain Jawed AliHero buried in the Capital amid total media blackout
The country lost yet another promising young soldier in front of the lofty chinar trees in what used to be ‘paradise on earth.’ Captain Jawed Ali Saifi, who had just celebrated his 32nd birthday on 1 August, was shot at around 11 in the night of 22 August in Srinagar. He succumbed immediately to his injuries on the spot itself. But the martyrdom of the young captain made no news for the ‘national’ or mainstream media which goes berserk to highlight the religious affiliation if the victim is a non-Muslim. The sole bread-earner of his family, he is survived by his young wife Abida whom he married in 1994 before he joined the army. He has left behind a 4-year-old son, Faisal, an ailing father, two brothers, one of whom is blind and three sisters........  Complete Article
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MG Impact
During the short period since its publication, The Milli Gazette was the first to break many important stories like the exposure of Al-Falah fraud, community-specific police and intelligence surveys in various parts of the country, 4-page supplement on police assault on the Jamia Millia, 16-page supplement on the great victory of resistance in South Lebanon, the first such supplement anywhere in the world.... We broke two stories in our 16 August issue (MG 15). The results are more than satisfying  Complete Article
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