National

  • Rangarajan Kashmir employment and employability report

    Srinagar: The Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on March 3 said that the recommendations put forth by Rangarajan Committee for creating employment and employability in the state of Jammu & Kashmir would go a long way in tackling unemployment cha...

  • Kashmir: Interlocutors fail to take a holistic view

    Srinagar: Stressing for sustained and inclusive dialogue with all stake-holders to resolve the Kashmir issue, interlocutors appointed by the Centre for the state of Jammu and Kashmir said that all stakeholders should give up their rigid stand.

  • Can anything haunt Modi?

    Is something 'daring' to haunt Gujarat's Narendra Modi?

  • Trial of six major cases to conclude

    Nine years after the 2002 communal riots that flared up in the state, trials of the six major riot cases are about to conclude and their judgment will in all likelihood be delivered within six months. “We are expecting judgment of the...

  • Godhra verdict: many questions remain

    The Godhra verdict still haunts the minds of right-thinking people and common men of Gujarat like the Liberal democrats, human rights activists and even right-wing radicals are pondering the verdict in the post-Godhra cases and wondering whethe...

  • Gujarat govt. officers took part in RSS shibir

    With support from Modi government, the Shabri Kumbh was successfully held in Gujarat. Surprisingly,Gujarat government officers were forced to take part in the event. RSS claimed the Shabri Kumbh held in the Dangs district of Gujarat was a succe...

  • Modi sold Gujarat to save his skin

    Gujarat Government without inviting tender or bid has given away 200 hectares of land and a 25 MW solar power plant project to a London-based industrialist who was recommended by Harish Salve. This has been done by Narendra Modi because he is e...

  • Whither Muslims of Jharkhand?

    The population of Muslims in the state is spread over almost all the 24 districts, with more than 15 districts having a Muslim population of more than 10% of the total population.

  • Shia politics in Lucknow: Attack on Kalb-e Jawwad’s house

    It was 2 pm on Friday, 25 February. After the Jum’a prayers, Kalbe Jawwad, the Imam-e-Juma of the historic Asifi Masjid in Lucknow, was back at his house.

  • Karnataka Govt abetted church attacks

    An independent inquiry by a former HC judge in the 2008 church attacks in Karnataka contradicts report submitted by the BK Somasekhara panel on 28 January appointed by the Karnantaka government. Justice MF Saldanha in his 308 page report ha...

  • Two lakh forty thousand child labourers in J&K

    Srinagar: In spite of anti-child labour laws two lacs 40 thousand children are working as labourers in Jammu & Kashmir. A book titled: Child Labour in Jammu & Kashmir written by Dr. Fayyaz Ahmad Nakkah was released at a function held at College of...

  • Jamaat-e Islami to launch political party

    New Delhi: After making a marked impact as an organised and disciplined Muslim organisation across the length and breadth of the country, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind now plans to make its presence felt in the political arena.

  • Suggestions on intelligence reforms

    Outlook writes that a report on intelligence reforms is in the offing. The review is being undertaken by a government think tank, taking cue from the speech of the Vice President Hamid Ansari.

  • Remembering Arjun Singh

    The death of Mr. Arjun Singh has shocked the civil society of India which always richly benefited from the visionary guidance and pluralistic ethos for which Mr. Arjun Singh stood in public life for several decades. He was one of the vanguards ...

  • Divided BJP fails to count on error made by Congress

    Divided BJP has once again failed to mount pressure on the Congress. Rift within the BJP has surfaced time and again. Be it on the issue of demand for a JPC on scams, saffron terror and inflation, the opposition could not talk in one voice.

  • Innocent Muslims should be released

    Jamiat Ulama-i Hind UP’s two-day conference at Moradabad concluded on 2 March. It passed resolutions demanding that innocent Muslim youth who are in jails should be released immediately and Hindu terrorist outfits must be banned as it has...

  • Kerala worried over turmoil in West Asia

    West Asia crisis that has engulfed Bahrain, Jordan, Yemen, and Libya reflects the crisis of Kuwait two decades ago. Kearalites in particular are anxious about the unrest in these countries as tens of thousands of Malayalees will be adversely af...

  • Dispute on old Mosque in Varanasi

    In the city of temples, Varanasi where a dispute over Giyanvapi Masjid/Kashi Wishvnath mandir is already going on, a sudden  new dispute on a mosque called Dharora Masjid is being created because Hindutva forces are laying claims  on ...

  • Arab World is changing fast

    New Delhi: On 5 February 2011, Milli Gazette editor Dr. Zafarul-Islam Khan delivered a thought-provoking lecture at the Conference Room of Jamaat-e Islami Hind in New Delhi, on the fast changing situation in the “Middle East.” Speak...

  • Dalits bid to enter temple, 700 arrested

    Chennai: About 700 Dalits led by a CPM leader who had tried to enter a temple in Athapuram village of Tamil Nadu’s Madurai district on the morning of 31 January were arrested. Police, after assessing the tension and unrest between the Dal...