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  • What a moderate Muslim is to do?

    Proclaiming “It’s not moderate Muslims’ fault” (http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/The-underage-optimist/its-not-moderate-muslims-fault/), in an uncharacteristically generous moment pop-pundit of Hindutva, Chetan B...

  • Siddiqui Group to start high-tech education

    New Delhi: A delegation from the Chennai-based educational and training group, Muhammad Siddique Group of Educational Institutions organised a programme in India Islamic Cultural Centre here on 4 December in cooperation with Noble Education Fou...

  • Four reasons why Vajpayee doesn’t deserve Bharat Ratna

    President Pranab Mukherjee has announced India’s highest civilian awards for former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and freedom fighter and scholar Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya (posthumously). In the latter case, the present regime is ...

  • Modi hasn’t lost control of RSS affiliates, in fact, he’s brought them into his govt

    By Dhirendra K Jha In an informal conversation last week, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told a group of journalists that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was upset with the conversion row stirred up by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh affiliates an...

  • Kalyan-4

    Four Muslim boys from Kalyan, near Mumbai, are accused of having joined ISIS. One of them has now returned. Though media has no independent access to him, a lot is being leaked by security agencies in his name. The picture is not clear as the f...

  • India needs a new political thesis

    By Amaresh Misra Editor-in-Chief, Medhaj News What can be the new political thesis that can make India emerge as a super-power in the coming years? The basic problem here is the absence of  “Think Tank” politics. US, Chi...

  • VP to inaugurate Shibli Centenary

    Azamgarh: Shibli Academy Centenary celebrations will be inaugurated by the Vice President of India Muhammad Hamid Ansari here on 29 November in the presence of a galaxy of important personalities and scholars form many parts of the world, inclu...

  • RSS building a deadly alliance against Muslims & Christians in India & Neighbourhood

    By Prof. Shamsul Islam notoinjustice@gmail.com The world obsessed with Islamist terrorism has not bothered to take any notice of a new terror network developing fast in India and its neighbourhood between Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and ...

  • Goodbye, Gandhi’s India

    By Aijaz Zaka Syed Faiz had said this in a different age and for a different country but it still rings true and contextual to our circumstances as all great poetry is:   Nisaar mein teri galiyoN pe ai watan ke jahaan Chali hai ra...

  • Delhi's Bawana again simmering with communal tension

    According to locals, the situation is so bad now that Muslims wearing skull-caps in Bawana Chowk (market) are now forced to remove them.

  • Bhagalpur Riots, 25 years later

    By Dr. Suresh Khairnar The communal riot which started in Bhagalpur on 24 October, 1989, is now completing its 25th year. After 1947, this was the biggest Hindu-Muslim riot. Bhagalpur had witnessed Hindu-Muslim riots even earlier -- in 192...

  • After Ansari’s unjust ouster, MAEF on death-bed

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  • The Milli Gazette will continue but…

    It was not easy for us then to decide to close down MG print edition; it is equally difficult for us now to decide to continue it. But we have no option but to

  • Secret service agencies are govt. tools

    Lucknow: “Secret agencies, Police and security organisations started troubling Muslims after the demolition of Babri Mosque,” said known journalist Gautam Navlakha while speaking at the press club here on “Communalist politics...

  • India’s Intelligence Agencies Should Be Investigated For Terror Attacks

    By Ajit Sahi On 11 August, 2014, “The Indian Express” published a story headlined, “Cleared by SC, but they still fear the midnight police knock”. Let me start directly with an excerpt from that story for which the r...

  • Early Warning: increasing hate crimes alarm minorities

    Several political columnists have in recent weeks noted how elements of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, professing a right wing ultra-nationalist and Hindu majoritarian political ideology, have moved from the fringes where they sat for decades...

  • Delhi government’s steps for the progress of Unani Tibb

    New Delhi: Delhi government, in order to promote Unani Tibb i.e. Unani system of treatment and medicines, has filled up an important post in the Directorate of Ayush under union ministry of health that was lying vacant for 15 years. Dr Muhammd ...

  • MG may soon cease publication but you can keep it alive

    #SaveMG — We are publishing this notice to give our readers a chance to come forward and save this publication. The print edition may continue if our readers and well-wishers commit themselves and mobilize one lakh subscribers.

  • “Shariat Courts”

    A two-member bench of the Supreme Court on 8 July rejected a PIL filed by a Hindutva agent calling for the abolition of “Shariat Courts” which, it claimed, run a parallel judicial system in the country. The court, while rejecting th...

  • BJP’s rhetoric on Uniform Code undermined by its silence on laws favouring majority

    By Shoaib Daniyal From apostasy laws to differential tax rules, there is no dearth of legislation in India based on religion. Adding these to its reform list would make the BJP’s job of introducing a UCC that much easier. The Bha...