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  • Kin of those who revolted in 1857 Die in penury & those who served the British continue ruling India

    Delhi as the Capital of India and touted as the heart of India, in fact, is a heartless city. There is endless list of shameful incidents to corroborate this character of the city. This list keeps on expanding at fast rate. The latest is the ne...

  • Freelance Muslim Spokesmen Offer Advantage To BJP

    It is one of the great ironies of our times that Muslims are a problem for all political parties, except the BJP. In a totally different way, for Mamata too. Without Muslims as a foil, there would be no Hindutva gameplan.

  • 33 years after 1984 Sikh massacre: RSS/BJP continues drama of searching perpetrators

    The search for finding the perpetrators of Sikh massacre of 1984 continues endlessly. The present RSS/BJP rulers who claim to be co-religionists of Sikhs prove to be no different from Congress.

  • Jamiat's Mahmood Madani group meets Narendra Modi, breaks Muslim ranks

    'The PM heard us passionately and agreed with our concerns' says the delegation of Jamiat Ulama-e Hind (Mahmood Madani group) which met Modi today at his official residence

  • Yogi rule heralds bad times for Muslims of India

    As an Indian Muslim, I’m sitting not just apprehensive but very upset. I don’t feel I’m living in a democracy, as Hindutva forces have begun ruling this land.

  • Finally, it’s time to say Khuda Hafiz…

    Seventeen years is a long time in the life of people and institutions. The Milli Gazette, started in January 2000, kept appearing without fail during these past seventeen years. Thrice we seriously thought of closing it down during this long pe...

  • Kerala woman embraces Islam days after RSS men killed her son for doing the same

    Muhammed Sabith sabith.muhemmad@gmail.com Kannur: A Kerala woman embraced Islam days after police arrested eight Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) men for killing her son for converting to the religion. Faisal, whose name w...

  • Zakir Naik’s NGO banned for five years

    The Union government on 16 November banned Dr Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) as an ‘unlawful organisation’ for five years with immediate effect. The ban has been enforced under the Unlawful Activities (Preventi...

  • Looking for light at the end of the tunnel

    Mohammad Adeeb The assembly election in the largest state of the country, Uttar Pradesh, is round the corner. The battle of ballot is due in early 2017. Naturally, the whole nation has set eyes on the outcome of this election in the most p...

  • Muslim Personal Law and Uniform Civil Code

    A debate is raging in the country about triple talaq, Muslim personal law and uniform civil code amid widespread ignorance about the reality of these issues. Shariat (Divine Law) and Fiqh (jurisprudence) are being mixed up. They are two dif...

  • Let Govt. Present Uniform Civil Code Draft

    Mumbai:  Noted Muslim intellectuals, political and social leaders of the Muslim community expressed their serious concern that the Union government is trying to introduce a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) through the back door. They warned people...

  • Bengal riots planned on Muzaffarnagar lines

    Abdul Aziz Kolkata: Haji Nagar, Naihatti and Marwarikal areas are located at a distance of around 50 kms from Kolkata city. A Muharram procession, accompanied by practitioners of martial arts, came out from these areas at 11 pm on 9th Muha...

  • Modi’s comparison with Israel insult to India as well as Army

    Hailing the valour of the Indian Army, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the other day, “the world is talking about the bravery of the Indian Army following India’s surgical strikes against terror launch pads last month.... &ldq...

  • MG: Time to say Khuda hafiz!

    Unless a capable executive editor is found by early coming December, The Milli Gazette’s print edition will cease publication while MG website and facebook editions will continue. We have advertised repeatedly seeking a capable executive ...

  • Night of terror for Rajasthan village

    Revadavas, Alwar: Your first impression entering this village would be this: It was either destroyed by tsunami or earthquake. No. The Revadavas village was literally run over by an army of cow vigilantes allegedly in the presence of the police...

  • Naik’s crime is to openly call non-Muslims to Islam

    People belonging to Sangh ideology were in pain at the open conversion of non-Muslims to Islam by Zakir Naik and got the government to issue orders to ban his events and programmes

  • Naik’s crime is to openly convert non-Muslims

    By Azam Shahab Mumbai:  The Government’s noose around the renowned Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik, and his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) has narrowed sufficiently and he is likely to be arrested once he returns to India. For t...

  • Stop terrorising Muslim youth in the name of ISIS: Pawar

    Mumbai: Sharad Pawar, Rajya Sabha MP and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president, condemned the recent illegal arrests by Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Muslim youth from the Marathwada region and other parts of the country on the...

  • Conference endorses Palestine cause

    MG News Desk New Delhi: A grand Palestine conference, organised by The Milli Gazette in collaboration with the department of Arabic, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), was held here at the university’s engineering faculty auditorium on 6 Se...

  • Untying Kashmir knot

    As we go to press on 25 August, most of Kashmir Valley continues under curfew for the 48th day, breaking all previous records. Seven consecutive Friday prayers have not been offered in Srinagar’s historical Jama Masjid, 66 persons, includ...