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  • Dalit who died in cops’s custody was ‘beaten like a football’

    Kanpur:  For hours on 2 August night, 25-year-old Kamal Valmiki was beaten with rods, abused and humiliated at a police outpost in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur, where he had been brought in for questioning over a robbery. “We wer...

  • Panchayat decides to expell all Muslim students and staff

    Chandigarh:  A Haryana panchayat decided to order expulsion of the lone Muslim staff of a local school and all its Muslim students, in punishment for organising a special programe on the occasion of Eidul-Fitr. This programme was organised...

  • Martial arts training to Muslim girls dubbed as ‘jehadi’

    New Delhi: It appears that the general trend of the national mainstream media to associate Indian Muslims with Da’ish and terrorism is now being extended to local and state media also, an example of which is clear from a news item / story...

  • Muslim youth kidnapped, buried alive

    New Delhi:  Police has arrested three people on the allegation of beating up a person mercilessly and burying him alive. The arrested youth are 20-25 years of age. According to police sources, a report about the disappearance of a person, ...

  • Story of oppression of Dalits in Gujarat is old

    The incident of atrocities on four Dalit youth in Gujrat’s Una district has once again exposed the excesses of saffron brigade in the country. This is nothing new because the atrocities meted out to Dalits and minorities in Gujrat during ...

  • Anglo-Arabic School in ruins

    New Delhi: The future of historical and oldest school of Delhi, Anglo Arabic School at Ajmeri Gate, which spread the light of education for more than three hundred years, now appears to be bleak. Originally set up in 1692 as Madrasa Ghaziuddin,...

  • Would you like to be a mere spectator in the game of dividing Muslims?

    For the past about one week the blitz of media trial against Dr. Zakir Naik has been going on which indicates that on this pretext the long cherished desire of BJP leader Subramanium Swamy of dividing Muslims in many factions is about to be ful...

  • A Morning with Maulana Sultan Ahmad Islahi

    Mushtaq Ul Haq Ahmad Sikander During February 2016, I had the privilege of meeting scholars, theologians and traditional Ulama while working on a research project about reforms in madrasa curriculum and the Bridge course initiative started...

  • Untying Kashmir knot

    Many have questioned the wisdom behind the Milli Gazette editor's participation in discussions with the Home Minister to solve the Kashmir problem.

  • Dalit-Muslim Unity Impact May Be Marginal in Gujarat

    The Muslim presence at the Ahmedabad Dalit rally was significant. It reflects the growing Dalit-Muslim understanding at the grassroots level.

  • Dr Zakir Naik

    The media trial against renowned Islamic scholar and founder of Peace TV and Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) Dr. Zakir Naik was widely condemned across various strata of the society here. Threatening of dire consequences Hurriyat (G) chai...

  • Pellet guns to stop stones

    Relentless use of pellet guns by the security forces in curbing the protests that broke out across the Valley after the killing of militant commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani and his two associates in south Kashmir’s Kokernag area on July 8 h...

  • Burhan’s brief profile

    Burhan came from a well-off and educated family in south Kashmir’s Tral. His father, Muzaffar Ahmad is the principal of a Higher Secondary School and his mother, Maimoona, a Science Post-graduate. His elder brother, Khalid Muzaffar, who w...

  • Forces run riot in Kashmir... kill, maim, blind innocents

    Forty-seven people lost their lives and more than 3000 people sustained injuries, mostly eye-injuries, (when this report was last filed) in massive clashes and protests that followed the killing of top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffa...

  • Media not trustworthy

    Commenting on the Dr. Zakir Naik controversy, Union minster Venkiah Naidu said, “What is coming in newspapers is very objectionable. A question haunts me: Is today’s media faithful? Are false lines not mixed with news? Do journalist...

  • Shades of fascism in contemporary India

    Anwarul Hoda anwarulhoda9@gmail.com “But don’t forget, so had Hitlers, Nazis and the fascists under Mussolini… it (the RSS) is a communal body with totalitarian outlook.”  -Sardar Patel After the 2014 Lo...

  • NIA on Sadhvi Pragya

    Masood Peshimam, Adv. peshimammasood@gmail.com The paradox created by the National Investigating Agency on the eve of the bail application of the Malegaon bomb blast accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur is beyond any reasonable legal expla...

  • Signs of the times

    Humra Quraishi   A POLITICAL CRISIS IT IS Today there are hundreds and thousands of Kashmiri families whose anger has to be addressed. Alienation is growing by the day. More so now, as reports of the wounded are coming out. Firings ...

  • Born to be doomed

    Kabir Sharma “Whenever I look at married women my age carrying their children, walking by their husband’s side, I think of myself, my life, and my future, and something deep down in me snaps, and I feel like crying,” says Du...

  • Helping Muzaffarnagar pogrom victims get compensation

    Talha Abdul Rahman, Adv. I am writing in response to the articles published in MG and at other places that most of the victims of Muzaffarnagar killings have not been compensated by the state government and the Centre.   If there ...