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  • Practical steps needed for release of innocent Muslim youths

    New Delhi: A delegation of Muslim leaders and intellectuals led by Raza Academy Mumbai’s Chairman Muhammad Sayeed Noori, and chairman of Darul Taleem, Maulana Yaseen Akhtar Misbahi met Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh in Delhi on...

  • Jamiat Ulama’s Assam unit dissolved

    New Delhi: Jamiat Ulama-e Hind (JUH) (Arshad Madni group) in its executive committee’s meeting held in Delhi on 8 February under the presidentship of Maulana Arshad Madni dissolved its Assam unit headed by Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, MP who ...

  • Muslim leaders’ guidance to Muslims for census

    New Delhi: Muslim leaders at different forums are trying to convince Muslims that there is a planned conspiracy in the whole country to show a much smaller population of Muslims in the country by hiding their true population and there is a whol...

  • Indian Muslims in Oman to support Vision 2016

    Muscat: Prominent Indian Muslims based in the Sultanate of Oman have come forward to support the Vision 2016 programme initiated by the Human Welfare Trust, New Delhi. A poor village called Milak under the Panchayat Pallapura, district Muradaba...

  • Two-nation theory is a gift of Savarkar

    New Delhi (27 January 2011): Digvijay Singh, Congress general secretary, holds Veer Savarkar responsible for postulating the two-nation theory which is wrongly attributed to Jinnah. The original idea propounded by Savarkar was, later on, hijack...

  • Kashmir: HC notice to police for civilian killings

    Srinagar: While acting on a petition filed by JKLF chief Yasin Malik the J&K High Court asked the Director General of Police to explain why FIR was not filed in case of 80 killings (out of 117 during the last summer). “The Director Ge...

  • Rs 21,000 to each BBA/BCA student of Deoband college

    Deoband: Islamia Degree College Deoband’s Principal, Dr. Asjad Turki said here on 20 February that the state government has given Rs 21,000 to every boy and girl student of this college of Chaudhari Charan Singh University, Meerut, who ha...

  • HC directs government to pay enchanced compensation

    New Delhi: Holding the government fully responsible for its failure to curb terrorism, Delhi High Court directed the Delhi government to pay enchanced compensation to victims of terror attacks. The Court expressed its disgust on government&rsqu...

  • Ekta Yatra fetches BJP political dividends

    New Delhi: The showdown at Lal Chowk has further fuelled BJP’s ambitions which is contemplating to move the court on the one hand and also to raise the issue in Parliament on the other hand. It wants to make the debate a vigorous one. ...

  • Zafarul-Islam Khan lectures at Shanti Niketan

    New Delhi: Dr. Zafarul-Islam Khan, editor of The Milli Gazette, delivered Nizam National Lecture at Visva Bharti University (Shanti Niketan) founded by Rabindra Nath Tagore, on 15 February on “Jerusalem – past and present” Thi...

  • Burney apologises and agrees to change his book title

    New Delhi: Aziz Burney, author of a provocative book titled 26/11, an RSS conspiracy (26/11 RSS Ka Shadyantra) has tendered an apology on the front page of Rashtriya Sahara (published in Hindi as well as in Urdu). The apology is titled: Aziz Bu...

  • AK-47 and explosives seized in West Bengal

    Kolkata: The police has recovered an AK-47 rifle and 50 rounds of 8mm cartridges and 61 gelatine sticks from an abandoned house from Kanyabali village in West Bengal’s Medinapore district. This followed information provided by two suspect...

  • CBI to interrogate suspects in Ajmer blast case

    On a petition filed by the CBI a local court in Ajmer has given permission to the CBI to question Devendra Gupta and Lokesh Sharma in connection with the Malegoan blast case. The two suspects were arrested in the Ajmer blast case by the Rajasth...

  • ‘Intelligence’ deficit admitted by retired officers

    New Delhi: Admitting their obsession with Islamic terrorism intelligence officers continued to ignore clues after clues, admits a recently retired officer. He further acknowledged, “several vital clues that should have prompted us to be f...

  • India rejects modernising offer of madrasas by Indonesia

    India has rejected the proposal made by Indonesia for revamping and modernising Indian Madaras in a bid to avoid diplomatic hassle. The proposal was made by Indonesia at a UNESCO forum and India’s permanent representative to UNESCO had at...

  • Sangh provoking communal tension in Husaipur

    A team comprised of civil right activists that visited violence hit Husaipur village in Alwar district has demanded from the local administration to release innocent and also urged to stop Sangh Parivar activists exploiting the situation to cre...

  • Pillai contradicts Congressmen on right wing terror

    Union Home Secretary Gopal K Pillai in an interaction with a news agency on 14 February said that the emergence of right wing terror elements is a matter of concern for the government, but, “not a big threat.” Pillai’s views c...

  • UPA, BJP opposes SC views on banned outfit

    BJP has supported government decision to seek a review on the Supreme Court judgement that passive membership of a banned outfit is not a crime. BJP leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley while speaking to reporters on 8 February said...

  • All’s not well in Modi’s Gujarat

    Ahmedabad: Inspite of “vibrant Gujarat” chants among the NRIs; Gujarat’s health mission is in tatters. The dark reality was realised at a four day brain storming sessions held by the chief minister with 150 top most bureaucrat...

  • Khurshid promises to take care of detentions

    Mumbai: Salman Khurshid, union minister for minority affairs, said that he was in constant touch with the ministry of home affairs about the plights of those who were detained on false charges. “In wake of new confessions and discoveries ...