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  • Unholy Alliance of Extremist Buddhists and Hindus against Muslims

    Now it is official. Extremist Buddhists and Hindus are forming a grand alliance against Muslims in South Asia. What damage they can cause Muslims is not really known, beyond a cowardly attack on Muslims here and a riot there. However, they...

  • Donations solicited for Legal Aid for release of wrongly implicated

    We at Milli Gazette have received information from, Islamic Information Centre (Bangalore), which is not part of All India Dawah Centres Association, that they have studied a case of brother who has been wrongly implicated and has since been ja...

  • 7th International Islamic Book Fair starts today in Delhi

    The annual International Islamic Book Fair of Delhi starts today and will be inaugurated Sirajuddin Qureshi, President of Indian Islamic Cultural Centre and Safdar H. Khan former chairman Delhi Minorities Commission.  The fair sh...

  • Social Justice Minister Gehlot needs to tune with Modi & saner national sentiment

    The strong case in favour of deleting para 3 from the presidential order of 1950 which defines scheduled caste and hence make it religion-neutral

  • Realising Sir Syed`s Dream

    Dr. Shakeel A. Samdani Though we prepare ourselves to celebrate the 200th birth anniversary of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, founder of the Aligarh Muslim University in 2017, there are moves to belittle his invaluable contribution. There is no denyi...

  • Journalist died on duty

    Srinagar-based senior photojournalist, Shafat Sidiq passed away during the recent floods in Srinagar, while performing his professional duties. Sidiq, associated with national Hindi newspaper, Dainik Jagran, reportedly slipped to his death in t...

  • Floods victims left to fend for themseves

    Many families affected by the devastating floods here, early September, are still homeless, as their houses have either completely collapsed or are partially damaged. Others are busy cleaning up the muck and fumigating their houses. Ho...

  • Zero Tolerance, not moratorium, needed to end communal violence

    Civil society activists and representatives of religious minorities have called upon the Central and State Governments to take urgent action to end the orchestrated and motivated campaign of hate and violence  which targets and coerces min...

  • Zero tolerance, not moratorium, needed to end communal violence

    New Delhi: New Delhi: Civil society activists and representatives of religious minorities called upon the Central and state governments to take urgent action to end the orchestrated and motivated campaign of hate and violence which targets and ...

  • Attack on Sarath to break Dalit-Muslim Unity

    By Kaneez Fathima Hyderabad: Ethnic cultures and their manifestations in the public sphere has become target for believers in authoritarianism. BJP government under the leadership of Narendra Modi is trying to obliterate multiculturalism a...

  • Intellectual struggle required to end terror

    By Adnan Oktar  [Harun Yahya]   Many countries across the world are increasingly affected by the scourge of terrorism these days. The terrorist movements which became an international problem have ideological foundations. Some...

  • Big Show, Small Substance

    After five days of continuous media hype and hoopla about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States, we have got a pause to catch our breath and consider what we got from the visit. Let us first begin from what should ...

  • False Teachings for India‚Äôs Students

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised India's youth a bright future. As he is well aware, realizing that promise will depend on dramatically increasing educational quality and opportunity for the 600 million Indians under age 25, many o...

  • Devastating, unprecedented floods in J&K

    New Delhi: About a month has passed since the floods in Kashmir which soon became the deadliest and most unprecedented ever since Indepedence. Continuous and torrential rains for many days and rising water in River Jhelum, which passes through ...

  • Hathin tension

    Peace prevailed after the second panchayat of Hindus and Muslims was held on 6 October in Hathin tehsil in Palwal district (Haryana, 80 kms south of Delhi). Communal tensions are being stoked in the area as elections are scheduled for 15 Octobe...

  • Communal tension in Bawana

    New Delhi: The situation in Bawana area of North-West Delhi remained tense before and during the Eid days after some anti-social elements persistently tried to instigate Hindu-Muslim violence claiming that Muslims were/wanted to slaughter cows ...

  • Police-VHP violence in Vadodara

    Vadodara: Propaganda over “Love Jihad” and open warnings to Muslims not to enter Garba stalls had vitiated the atmosphere in all parts of Gujarat. Maulana Hasan of Kheda was arrested for saying that Garba is a festival of demons. He...

  • ISIS, Love Jihad and Peaking of Islamophobia

    In August this year, a group of Muslim activists-scholars organised press meets in various cities. They issued a statement condemning the brutal violence being committed by ISIS. Their statement carried a visual saying Islam Means Peace. The st...

  • Veteran Bollywood actor performs Haj discreetly

    Prominent Indian actor and scriptwriter Kader Khan was awestruck by the Kaaba when he saw it for the first time, according to his son who accompanied him on Haj this year. Sarfaraz Khan, who is also an actor in the Indian film industry, sai...

  • Defeating politics of divide-&-rule: religious leaders

    Jaipur: Leaders and intellectuals from across religious communities gave a call for communal harmony and mutual love during a multi-religious conference here on 28 September. Drawn from different parts of the country, they urged people to stand...