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  • Is this the beginning of assault on India’s Urdu Press?

    UK’s Daily Mail1 on 6 July, 2016 published an article, “Why blame the internet for radicalising young Muslims? The newspapers have that covered on their own” by one Tufail Ahmad who earlier served BBC’s Urdu service and ...

  • Muslims need not worry about UCC: Prof. Mahmood

    Prof. Tahir Mahmood, former Chairman of National Commission for Minorities and Member of Law Commission of India, has said that Law Commission, established in 1955, during the past 61 years, did not submit any report on Uniform Civil Code. Prof...

  • Political Demonisation of Dr Zakir Naik

    Abhay Kumar    Ever since a Bangladeshi newspaper reported that Islamic preacher Dr. Zakir Naik “inspired” Dhaka militants, a new frenzy of Islamophobic discourse has begun in India. The Modi Government was quick ...

  • Modi Govt is after Indian Muslims' Newspaper Milli Gazette

    This three-pronged attack on MG simply shows the desperation of the Modi government to silence this little nagging bird. We are fighting and will continue to fight against this injustice through all legal venues open to us.

  • Indian Muslim Politics: Time to think out of the box

    Political parties have sidelined their Muslim supporters as they have started to believe that they would either get Muslims’ support even after disrespecting them or that they can now manage to win at the hustings even without Muslim support

  • Fact-Finding Report on the alleged Exodus of Hindus from Kairana

    A team of journalists and activists, deputed by The Milli Gazette, on 14 June 2016 visited the town of Kairana in Western Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district which is in the national news due to the claim by the local BJP member of Parliament...

  • Journalist Kazmi — Israeli Diplomat car attack case is in limbo; Indian govt. in fix

    The main witness or the allegedly injured Israeli national, Mrs. Tal Yehoshua Koren, had given a version different from the one she had given earlier to the Delhi Police while in India. This new statement, which was recorded in Israel is totally c...

  • Naked dance of barbarism in Bangladesh

    The unconstitutional government of Sheikh Hasina Wajid in Bangadesh is hell-bent upon eliminating her political opponents with the help of law and judiciary of her country. The unconstitutionality of the present government is evident from the f...

  • India must come clean on the Israeli terror claim

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently visited Iran to strengthen bilateral relations and to reap the benefits of a sanctions-free country. It was the first such visit in 15 years by an Indian prime minister. The two countries signed ...

  • JeM “terrorists” turn out to be harmless Tablighis

    In early May, Delhi Police’s notorious* Special Cell picked up 13 Muslim youth, some of them juvenile, from north-eastern Delhi and the neighbouring Loni areas amid great media blitzkrieg about busting a Jaish-e Muhammad (JeM) cell which ...

  • Acche din for terrorists, murderers and rapists

    New Delhi: Modi government has judiciously utilised the previous 23 months since it came to power to repeat in encounter and Hindutva terror cases what it had earlier accomplished in the 2002 Gujarat riot cases. The trend had become clear a yea...

  • OPEN LETTER TO the HEAD-CHOPPING BABA

    Shamsul Islam notoinjustice@gmail.com   Baba! At the outset I must congratulate you for making big strides so far as your personality is concerned. You have really become a MARD; MAN in capital, now. On June 6, 2011 afraid of D...

  • BJP to build Ram Temple soon

    It has come to our knowledge through a reliable source that the BJP-led Modi government will introduce a bill on Ram Mandir around next November. A draft is being prepared and other preparations are going on, on war footing. This confirms what ...

  • Delhi’s controversial Sufi Conference

    A four-day international “Sufi” conference was held at New Delhi during 17-20 March. The first day was the inaugural session. Academic sessions were held on the second and third days with very small attendance while on the fourth da...

  • BJP moves from Hindu-Muslim to Muslim-Muslim strife

    Violence and pitting one community and group against another has been an essential ingredient of the BJP politics since its inception. Pre- and post-Babri demolition riots, Gujarat 2002 and Muzaffarnagar 2013 are only landmarks in this long mar...

  • After left-liberals, Muslims are next

    The ongoing fight for India’s educational spaces is easy to explain. Placing the left-liberals on the back-foot is essential for the RSS combine and the ruling party. For the RSS combine it is to wrest the intellectual space and for the r...

  • “We don’t recruit Muslims”: Modi govt’s Ayush Ministry

    In a sensational blunt statement, Modi Government’s AYUSH Ministry has said that as per government policy, it does not recruit Muslims. This unbelievable truth came out in a reply to an RTI query.

  • Smriti Irani humiliates AMU's VC, adamant to close down all Aligarh Muslim University Centres

    Modi government is behaving as if AMU VC took a unilateral decision to establish these centres. In fact, these centres were part of the Union government’s scheme for the educational uplift of the Muslim community in the wake of the alarming Sachar...

  • Our media activism in the contemporary world

    Muslims the world over are yet to realise the power of press or media. Printing press was invented in Germany in 1440 but it took many years for it to come to the Muslim world. The first printing press established by a Muslim was by Ibrahim M&u...

  • Muslim Law Board has no plan to meet PM: Rabey Nadwi

    Ahmedabad: Maulana Syed Muhammad Rabey Hasani Nadwi, President of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), was recently in Ahmedabad. During his two-day stay, he took part in several functions and inaugurated three buildings of Shama S...