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  • Missing SIM vital link to trace terrorists

    Seven missing SIM cards purchased by members of Hindu radicals in the year 2006 to carry out terror attacks across India is a vital link to unravel the mystery of Hindu terror. Rajasthan and Maharashtra police, CBI and NIA have till date not be...

  • SC vexed over Rajasthan govt’s inaction in illegal arms case

    The Supreme Court has asked the Rajasthan government to reply as to why sanction has not been granted for prosecution of state government officials involved in illegal sale of arms and ammunition. The Apex Court has now said that it can order a...

  • Centre-State cross-fire over Internal security at CMs meet

    New Delhi: The meeting of the chief ministers convened on 1 Feb. 2011 to discuss internal security and police reforms resulted in a sparing S.P. session. While the State chief ministers did not mince words in blaming the centre the union home m...

  • Probe by multiple agencies hampers investigation process

    Multiple agencies investigating terror incidence complicates it further. Five different investigating agencies are probing six cases of terror attacks carried by activists associated with the RSS. Agencies are finding it difficult to untangle c...

  • RSS leader asks PM to protect Sangh leaders!

    New Delhi: RSS leader, Bhaiyyaji Joshi in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has requested him to protect senior leaders of RSS Mohan Bhagwat and Indresh Kumar because conspiracies for their murder are being hatched. He has stated that t...

  • Abdul Hadi — Gandhi of Rajasthan

    Abdul Hadi was a real frontier leader not only of minorities but of all western Rajasthan. He was the beacon of Rajasthan from Punjab to Gujarat, i.e. for people living near 1000 kms of international borders Ganganagar, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Barmer ...

  • Justice Sachar advocates uplift of backward Indian Muslims

    Lucknow: Justice Rajinder Sachar advocated measures for the uplift of backward section of Muslims. He was speaking at the Pasmanda Jagao - Desh Bachao [Backward class wake up, save the nation] conference organised by All India Pasmanda Muslim M...

  • India: Another Muslim political party gets ready

    Even as the existing Muslim parties in the country are facing worst ever crisis of their existence, a new Muslim-dominated party is all set to hit the national political arena soon. If things go according to the plan, the new party may emer...

  • Riots in Gujarat continue unabated

    The crimes committed by the Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi are in public domain. However, whenever these are probed deeper the findings conclude that though he is guilty of those crimes yet he cannot be prosecuted. The latest SIT report a...

  • Communal riots in Rajasthan force Dalits to migrate

    Husheypur (Rajasthan): Communal riots between Muslim and Dalits in this village of Alwar district of Rajasthan resulted in large scale exodus of Dalits to other places. The origin of this unfortunate situation started on 19 January when a resid...

  • CBI challenges Lucknow Bench’s verdict on Advani & Co.

    New Delhi: CBI has challenged the verdict of Allahabad High Court’s Lucknow Bench of 20 May 2010 in which it upheld the earlier verdict of a special court of withdrawing criminal conspiracy charges against 21 BJP and RSS leaders in Babri ...

  • Seminar on Sirah literature

    Aligarh: Inaugurating a two-day national seminar on "Biography of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in modern Arabic Literature", Dr. Ibrahim Mohammad Al-Batshan, Cultural Attaché of the Saudi Arabia Embassy, said here on February 17 tha...

  • Godhra victims deserve our generous help

    Gujarat Muslims have been suffering under the BJP rule, especially since 2002. The lot of Godhra Muslims has been even worse since the fateful day when a coach of the Sabarmati Express was burnt there in February 2002. In the wake of that fateful ...

  • Symposium on communal harmony

    An Interfaith Symposium on the "Role of Religion in Maintaining Communal Harmony" was organised by Jamaat-e-Islami at Aligarh on 22 February. The symposium was organised as part of a one-week programme by Jamaat-e-Islami in Western Ut...

  • Service to mankind? How about donating 60 litres of blood

    Srinagar: Forty-five-year-old Srinagar resident Shabir Husain Khan has been rendering service to people in distress ever since he was thirteen when he for the first time donated his blood to save the life of his friend. His blood group is O-neg...

  • Jamia Millia Islamia is a minority institution

    New Delhi: National Commission for Minorities Educational Institutions, (NCMEI) which enjoys a semi-judicial status and powers, has granted minority status to Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia as it was founded by Muslims for the benefit of Musl...

  • Bajrang Dal leader arrested in Sultan Bellari murder case

    In a major breakthrough, the Maina Curtoriam police on 10 February recovered a chopper, koita and a knife from a river at Dabal Kirpal-Sanguem believed to have been used in the murder of Sultan Bellary. Sultan Bellari's headless body was fo...

  • Demand to keep Urdu out of regional list

    By including Urdu in the category of 'regional' languages, has not only secretly and fraudulently tried to kill Urdu and Urdu journalism but also tried to hurt the feelings of crores of lovers of Urdu and secular-minded people of the country by ch...

  • Kerala govt to use Shariah-based fund for roads

    Thiruvananthapuram: The Left Front government in Kerala plans to depend heavily on Shariah-based fund from Islamic countries for developing the road network in the state. The budget for 2011-12, presented by Finance Minister Thomas Issac in the...

  • Middle East Conflict discussed at AMU, Aligarh

    Aligarh: AMU students with the support of the newly elected students union organised a public meeting on 13 February at JF Kennedy Hall on Middle East and the origin of Israel. It was addressed by Dr. Obaidullah Fahad of AMU and Omair Anas of J...