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  • The Curious Case of David Headley

    By Amaresh Misra With the row over India getting access to David Headley growing acrimonious each day, the CIA’s double agent saga seems all set to open up a can of incredible worms. First, the case unmasks the pro-US face of the...

  • Mushawarat condemns Afzal Guru’s hasty, unjustified execution

    New Delhi: Dr. Zafarul-Islam Khan, President of All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat (AIMMM), the umbrella body of Indian Muslim organizations, said here on 9 February in a press statement that Afzal Guru’s execution this morning was lega...

  • Implications of hanging Afzal Guru

    By Mushtaq Ul Haq Ahmad Sikander Afzal Guru, the main accused in the 13 December 2001 Parliament Attack case, was hanged in Tihar Jail on 9 February under utmost secrecy by the Indian State, for a crime in which there was circumstantial ev...

  • Gulbarg massacre: overlords debunk systemic inadequacies

    Ahmedabad: When the Supreme Court appointed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) in April 2009 to 'look into' the complaints of official connivance in Gulbarg Society massacre in 2002, the 'triumph of justice' was hailed by obsess...

  • Second Israeli state emerging in India

    By John Kaminski “New Jerusalem” movement eyes takeover of three eastern states, near the centre of opium production A second "nation" of Israel today is nearing completion smack dab in the middle of the wo...

  • UPA wakes up to saffron terror, eight years too late

    Finally, Union Home Minister Mr Sushil Kumar Shinde mustered the courage to say at Jaipur what India has officially known for at least the last four years since Martyr Hemant Karkare, the then chief of Maharashtra ATS, exposed the vast secret n...

  • Dhule Riots: How a petty squabble led to “Kargilli Firing”

    By Feroze Mithiborwala Dhule: This was the first time that we came across this term - ‘Kargilli Firing’. It was in a meeting in Dhule where activists from both the communities were present that a young Muslim mentioned this ter...

  • Curfew for Muslims in Ambala village

    By Nadim Ahmad Ambala/New Delhi: Thakurpura-Kalalti, a hamlet in Ambala district of Haryana, comprising of 11 Muslim families and about 400 non-Muslim families, is in a state of chaos. Muslims have been declared unwanted in the village. Th...

  • Akbaruddin Owaisi

    Akbaruddin Owaisi delivered a fiery speech a month ago in Nirmal town of A.P.'s Adilabad district. He is an MLA and leader of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimin (MIM) in the A.P. Assembly. Some people took umbrage to his speech and filed cases aga...

  • Rapes in “India” & RSS’ “Bharat”

    By Shamsul Islam notoinjustice@gmail.com The gang-rape of a young girl in a moving bus on a highly busy area of Delhi in the evening of December 16, 2012 (who put up heroic resistance with her male companion against the criminals before ...

  • Leader of Free Gaza Boat Movement to visit India

    Malegaon: The Palestinian lady who is spearheading the international movement to break the cruel and illegal Israeli blockade of Palestine’s Gaza Strip is visiting India partly sponsored by MG. She will be in Delhi during 28-30 September....

  • Hafiz Goose, Gander Modi, Different Sauce!

    By NM Sampathkumar Iyangar Were the anti-Muslim riots in 2002 in Gujarat part of State-part of an orchestrated violence as numerous quarters from across India and the world think they were? The Nanavati-Mehta Judicial Commission has, at las...

  • Conf calls for promotion of dialogue culture

    By Zafarul-Islam Khan Geneva: The third round of the Saudi-sponsored Dialogue between Civilisations and Religions was held here during 30 Sept.-1 October. Held under the auspices of the Makkah-based Muslim World League (MWL), the conference...

  • A new national political party launched

    New Delhi: A new political party called “Social Democratic Party of India” held its first delegates meet on 18 October 2009 at FICCI Auditorium here. Addressing the delegate, E. Abubacker, President of SDPI, explained the reason of ...

  • Book smashes India’s “Islamic terrorism” myth

    Book:        Who Killed Karkare? The Real                  Face of Terrorism in India Author:     SM Mushri...

  • Community up in arms against OBC quota in JMI

    New Delhi: A strong movement is taking shape within the Muslim community against the UGC’s concerted attempt, accompanied with threats to withhold all new grants, to force Jamia Millia Islamia to introduce 27% OBC reservation from the nex...

  • “The King is Naked”

    By Mushtaque Madni In a democracy sans values, suffering from doctrinal bankruptcy and heavily dominated by the sheer Brahminical vested intrests, the book Who killed Karkare?  written by former Inspector General of Police S....

  • Who Killed Democracy?

    By Mazin Khan Or should I say, Who Killed Secularism? or Who Killed Humanity? or Who Killed Courage?, Who Killed Logic?, Who Killed Sense?. You get the picture … This October we published a book, "Who Killed Karkare?" ...

  • Bi Amman remembered

    By Mohammad Naushad Khan New Delhi: For the first time in living memory a lecture on “Bi Amman”, the great freedom fighter and mother of equally great freedom fighters, was organised on 13 November at Jamia Millia Islamia to mark ...

  • New turn expected in Babri case

    By Husain Amin Lucknow: A new turn is expected in the long-drawn litigation over title suit of Babri Masjid land in Ayodhya, according to the convener of the All India Babri Masjid Action Committee, Zafaryab Jeelani who said this during hi...