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  • Blasphemous sketches condemned

    New Delhi: Sacrilegious speeches or writings in offending manner about God, His messengers and sacred things and beliefs are not a new phenomenon; rather it has always been there in human history. Only its forms and modes have changed. The evil...

  • Agnivesh assures Jamiat of retracting his statement

    Ahmedabad: “By presenting a totally different picture of Gujarat. false praise was elicited from me. When I am apprised of the true picture of Gujarat after visiting Gujarat, I will retract my statement. For this very reason I have arrive...

  • BBC looking for traditional Indian family

    BBC: Do you believe in instilling good old-fashioned values, discipline and boundaries in your children? Can you give two British teenagers the chance to have some much-needed structure in their lives? If so, the British Broadcasting Corporatio...

  • Shah Waliullah’s contributions applauded

    +Pic New Delhi: “It was Shah Waliullah who the first presented the vision of an anti-British movement” said K Rahman Khan, deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha in the 3-day international seminar on “The contribution of Shah W...

  • BSP, JDU & CPIM have same policy for Muslims

    Lucknow: Chief ministers of various states clamour for “packages” from the Centre, and always point a finger of accusation towards it for looking the other way, particularly if the state government is a non-Congress one. But this go...

  • Attend RSS shakha: M.P. chief minister

    Bhopal: State chief minister, Shivrajsinh Chauhan, has “advised” state government employees and officers to attend Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh “Shakhas” regularly. He made this suggestion on the occasion of prize distrib...

  • How can we stay behind?

    India 4th most corrupt country

  • Purulia arms drop

    Today, whole India is suddenly talking about Purulia arms drop, we thoroughly covered it four months ago

  • Murder of Maulana Shawkat

    Sringar: A week after Jamait-e-Ahle Hadith (JAH) president, Maulana Showkat Ahmad Shah was killed in an IED blast, police claimed to have arrested three militants belonging to Tehreek-e-Mujahideen (TeM) in connection with it. The whole operatio...

  • Killing of political workers decried

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS), a human rights group here, on April 11 demanded an impartial and independent probe into the killing of political workers across the valley.  “We are concerned at the spa...

  • Interlocutors meet Abbas Ansari

    Srinagar: Interlocutors appointed by the Centre for Jammu and Kashmir met senior separatist leader Maulana Abbas Ansari here on April 20. Ansari has shown his willingness to enter into a dialogue with Union government provided some confidence-b...

  • Drastic fall in male-female ratio

    Srinagar: The state of Jammu and Kashmir shows a drastic fall in child and female sex ratio as per the provisional census data released here on April 7. “The child sex ratio (0 to 6 years of age) has fallen to 859 in 2011 from 941 in ...

  • Dogra Certificate becomes bone of contention

    Srinagar: The state government on April 8 said the issue of Dogra certificate would be discussed and deliberated upon in the cabinet to dispel apprehensions of alleged attempts to change the demography of state.  “The issue will be d...

  • India Rejuvenation Initiative demands SIT probe into cash for vote scam

    JM Lyngdoh along with 13 others moved the Supreme Court on 11 April demanding SIT probe into the cash for vote scam after the WikiLeaks expose. India Rejuvenation Initiative is a non political social organisation working primarily to wipe out c...

  • Amit Shah in trouble

    Ahmedabad: Though Former Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah defended his CM Narendra Modi in Supreme Court, but he  is once again in trouble for Tulsi Prajapati encounter. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has accused the former G...

  • Muslims meet Modi

    Ahmedabad: A delegation of Muslims from Ahmedabad’s Juhapura area called on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in Gandhiangar. According to an official press release of Government of Gujarat, this was a courtesy visit. The Muslim de...

  • Jamiat Ulama Conference resolutions

    (1) Indian Muslims Reservation The managing committee of the Jamiat Ulama-i-Gujrat expresses its concern on the nominal presence of Muslims in educational institutions and legislative institutions like the Parliament, state assemblies and t...

  • Modi hides corruption: Gohil

    Ahmedabad: Three senior Gujarat Police officers, whose names figured in the Mumbai-based girl Ishrat Jahan’s alleged staged killing case, were transferred on Tuesday, on the Gujarat high court’s orders to prevent them from influenci...

  • Three officers shunted

    Ahmedabad: Three senior Gujarat Police officers, whose names figured in the Mumbai-based girl Ishrat Jahan’s alleged staged killing case, were transferred on Tuesday, on the Gujarat high court’s orders to prevent them from influenci...

  • “Muslims are an asset”: Madni

    Ahmedabad: Under the aegis of JUH, Gujarat Jamiat Ulama had organise a general session in Ahmedabad on 17th April, 2011 in which many famous speakers lashed out at the Modi government for gross human violations against people in general and Mus...