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  • 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...

  • Modi Govt issues a more vicious edition of the Enemy Property Act

    Modi Government on 7 January this year quietly issued an ordinance named “The Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Ordinance, 2016”. It is a piece of extremely vicious and egregious legislation seldom found on any statute book ...

  • Hindu Yuva Vahini’s reign of terror in Kushinagar

    By MG Correspondent Rubina d/o Mohammad Haneef, kidnap victim of Dharmauli village Kushinagar/Lucknow/New Delhi: A fact-finding team of the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat, the umbrella body of Indian Muslim organisations, ...

  • Unprecedented Muslim rage over Hindutva rant

    By MG Correspondent Lucknow/Delhi: Indian Muslims all over the country have reacted in an unprecedented way, a manner not seen in recent years, against the objectionable comments made by a Hindutva activist against Prophet Muhammad on 2 De...

  • ISIS Cannot Pose Any Threat To India: Muslims Leaders

    Rudabah Simrah Muslims across many cities in India have been holding rallies calling the Islamic State (IS) “un-Islamic” and “an enemy of Islam”, following recent news reports that the Middle Eastern Sunni jihadist ...

  • Terror fiction being revived

    As we predicted here earlier, Modi sarkar is now moving fast to revive the fiction of Islamic terrorism in India. We had predicted earlier that Modi & Doval are an ideal team to start a fresh campaign against the Muslim community in the nam...

  • The Fall of a tinsel god

    Rajindar Sachar Former Chief Justice, Delhi High Court How mighty have fallen fits in completely with the rout of BJP in recently-held elections to Bihar Assembly. To any analyst it looked that it was going to a be close fight. It is no ...

  • WB loan for education & training of Indian minority youth

    Washington / New Delhi: According to a World Bank, Washington’s press release of 29 October, it (WB) has sanctioned a loan of 50 million Dollars (Rs. 300 crores approx) for the education, training and skill development of Indian youth bel...

  • Bihar rejects politics of hate

    Abhay Kumar Until deep into the night before November 8, the day of declaration of results for the 2015 Bihar assembly elections, I received several calls and was visited by many worrying faces. ‘Will the Mahagathbandhan [Grand Allia...

  • Communal violence bigger threat than Terrorism, Hindu terrorism more dangerous than Muslim

    New Delhi: Renowned thinker and analyst, Dr. Javed Jamil has called upon all lovers of peace to realise the dangers ahead, not only on account of violence of various kinds, but also on account of the second round of Privatisation, which has beg...

  • Mr Modi, govern by law or pack your bags

    New Delhi: The apex body of Indian Muslim organisations, All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat (AIMMM), condemned the wave of violence the country is facing since the advent of the Modi government at the Centre. National President of the AIMMM, ...

  • Whither Modi, and, at one remove, India?

    The Akhlaq murder by a lynch mob, no doubt put to its dastardly deed by political minders of the eminently political and quintessentially pseudo-cultural formation, signifies India poised at a crossroad. Many are looking towards its prime minis...

  • Representative body’s message to Muslims

    New Delhi: A representative meeting of the Muslim community, which included noted community leaders, ulama and intellectuals, was held here on 3-4 October. The meeting was attended by representatives of various regions, organisations and almost...

  • Shameless politics of polarisation behind Dadri lynching

    By Bilal Bhat New Delhi: A 50-year-old man, Mohammad Akhlaq, was bludgeoned to instant death and his 22-year-old son, Danish, left severely injured late in the night of 28 September in  Bisara village of UP’s Dadri area by a cha...

  • Accused convicted despite loopholes and inconsistencies in 2006 blast case

    By Bilal Bhat New Delhi: On 11 September, 12 persons were convicted for their involvement in the 2006 serial blasts in Mumbai trains that killed 189 persons. The trial has been on now for the last nine years. The chargesheet filed by the A...

  • Re-naming should be motivated by history, not chauvinism

    New Delhi Municipal Corporation has changed the the name of a prominent thoroughfare in the city from “Aurangzeb Road” to “APJ Abdul Kalam Road”. The road was named decades ago after the Mughal emperor who united India a...

  • Damning late Hasan Gafoor for others’ follies

    By S.M. Mushrif The book, The Siege - The Attack on the Taj, authored by Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott-Clark and published by Penguin Books India, is a classic example of suppressio veri [Concealment of truth.] and suggestio falsi [suggestio...

  • Bhagalpur riots commission report a big fraud

    By Riaz Azimabadi Should it be called government’s bankruptcy or dishonesty on the part of judges? After 26 years, once again the Bhagalpur Riots Report was put before the Bihar Assembly, on 7 August. Is he bureaucracy misleading the...

  • Born Hindus, will die Muslims

    New Delhi: “We were born as Hindus, but will die as Muslims,” said Dalits after conversion in Delhi on 8 August. Dalits from Haryana’s Bhagana village near Hissar, offered Namaz after conversion to Islam at Jantar Mantar near ...

  • Adityanath’s soldiers run riot in Kushinagar

    By Azam Shahab Kushinagar/Mumbai:  If we search “Hindu Yuva Vahini Kushinagar” on Internet, we get more than 3,500 results, and if we search only “Hindu Yuva Vahini,” we get more than 60,000 results. These resu...