National

  • 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...

  • Justice has not been done in ‘06 Malegoan blast probe

    Minority Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid while talking to mediapersons on the sidelines of a seminar organised by Urdu news channel on 20 February in Mumbai said that the investigation into the 2006 Malegoan blast by investigative agencies was...

  • Ajit Singh to launch new political front

    Ahead of 2012 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections Ajit Singh is trying to forge an alliance with smaller political parties of Uttar Pradesh to increase his tally in the state and at the centre. For this he has formed an alliance with various polit...

  • Confessions of Saffron terrorists - X

    Part 10: Excerpts from the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) chargesheet in Malegaon case: when we begin a new enterprise. We shall have to take a few immature brains ... we shall have to mould them.

  • Hindu businessman builds a mosque

    New Delhi: In a sincere gesture towards communal harmony, Cheryl Krishna Menon, an NRI from Qatar, is building a spacious mosque at Kozikode in Kerala. He claims this to be the first mosque built by a Hindu in the last 1200 years. The mosque wo...

  • Krishna Temple overhauled by a Muslim opened for worship

    Jaipur: An old Krishna Temple in bad shape near Sawai Madhopur (Rajasthan) was got renovated and reconstructed by a Muslim industrialist named Nathani and was declared open to the devotees on 27 January amid chanting of sacred mantras by priest...

  • When Hindus and Muslims constructed mosques and temples for each other

    On the initiative of the United Nations, the entire world observed first week of February as Communal Harmony Week. The purpose is crystal clear that communal amity prevails between religious communities. Our history has got ample evidence to p...

  • States mislead apex court on custodial deaths

    West Bengal, Assam, MP and Punjab in their affidavits filed in Supreme Court have claimed that from the year 2007 to 2009 not a single case of custodial death took place in the entire states. The figures provided by the NHRC on custodial deaths...

  • Saudi Cultural Attaché in Madrasatul Islah, Azamgarh

    Azamgarh: The Saudi Cultural Attache Dr Ibrahim Al-Batshan visited Madrasatul Islah at Saraimir, Azamgarh (UP) on 28 February along with a delegation consisting of Dr Ahmad Abdul Qadir Al-Shazli, dean of the Faculty of Arts, Manufia University ...

  • Ajmal challenges Arshad Madni to prove charge or face defamation case

    New Delhi: President of Assam UDF and MP from Assam Maulana Badruddin Ajmal said here that Maulana Arshad Madni’s accusation of his (Maulana Ajmal) accepting Rs 55 crore from BJP during the last election is baseless, regrettable and extre...

  • Taqiuddin Nadwi awarded with Shah Walliullah Award

    “The importance of knowledge can be understood from the fact that the holy Qur’an in its very first revelation has given an injunction to seek knowledge. As far as the science of Hadith is concerned its compilation had begun from da...

  • India against sanctions on Iran

    Washington: While subscribing to the US policy that Iran should not have nuclear weapons, India opposed sanctions against Iran on the ground that this affects the common people. Former National Security Advisor, M.K. Narayan had stated to Ameri...

  • Stone-pelters are addicts: J&K Police claim

    Srinagar: Police here said that more than 70 percent people arrested in connection with stone pelting during summer unrest last year were either drug addicts or had parental problems. “Majority of stone pelters arrested in Srinagar in...

  • People injured in renewed clashes - Srinagar

    Srinagar: Four people, including two policemen were injured in clashes that broke out between security forces and protesters, here on February 11. A shutdown was also observed on the day to mark 27th death anniversary of Jammu and Kashmir Liber...