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  • Crippled in both legs, he provided jobs to 400

    Aamirul Haq Islam of Dilawarpur (Bihar) proved himself really dilawar. When he was three years of age, he became a victim of polio. Without losing his heart, he began to think of doing something to earn a living at his extremely small age. He t...

  • Mosque handed over to Muslims in Punjab

     A mosque built in village Ma’ajrah, about 20 kms from Ropad, a city in Punjab, which was lying unused and desolate since long was handed over to Muslims by village Sarpanch Gurmail Singh along with other members of the Panchait on 3...

  • Jamiat Ahl-e Hadees splits

    New Delhi: An all-India Ahl-e Hadees convention was held here at Aiwan-e Ghalib on 15 December under the aegis of a “core committee” in which ulama, scholars and intellectuals from all over the country participated. The Core Committ...

  • “Muslims and their problems get no weightage in the country’s development model”: Shariff

    Patna: Abu Saleh Shariff, former Member-Secretary of Sachar Committee and presently the chief scholar of US-India Policy Institute at Washington, said here while speaking in a conference organised by the Centre for Research Database & Devel...

  • Report on Persecution of Christians in India presented to govt.

    New Delhi: A Christian delegation led by Justice Michael Saldanha, former judge of the Bombay & Karnataka High Courts presented “The Christian Persecution in India 2013 Report” prepared by Catholic Secular Forum (CSF), a Mumbai-...

  • Muzaffarnagar refugee camps being uprooted by SP Govt bulldozers

    + Pix Since early January, the Samajwadi government of Uttar Pradesh is trying hard to bulldoze and uproot all the over 30 camps in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts whcih house around 15,000 refugees who refuse to return to their erst...

  • Fatwa for re-marriage of “half-widows”

    In a significant development, a group of Islamic scholars in the Valley reached a consensus, saying half-widows can remarry after a waiting period of four years. The term 'half-widow' is used for women whose husbands have been subjected...

  • Implementation of UN resolutions demanded

    Demanding implementation of UN resolutions on the Kashmir issue, separatists here urge that resolutions provide a viable solution to the issue. UN resolutions are quite relevant and provide a just, democratic and practicable solution to the Kas...

  • 200 killed during 2013

    More than 200 persons including armed forces and civilians were killed in violent incidents across the state in 2013, says Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS), local human rights group whereas the police says there has been a 1...

  • Court martial of Machil killers welcomed

    Welcoming the Court Martial of six army men including two officers for killing three youth in a fake encounter in Machil in the border district of Kupwara, the victim's families demand exemplary punishment for the guilty. The victim'...

  • UP Govt Forces Demographic Change in Muzaffarnagar

    + Pix New Delhi: An independent team of academics and a journalist has slammed the Uttar Pradesh government for forcing the Muzaffarnagar riots victims and survivors to sign affidavits giving up their rights over homes and properties le...

  • Major Charges Against Modi in Gujarat Riots case

    1. Willfully ignoring messages from State Intelligence about the violent repercussions of the RSS-VHP-called ‘Mahayagna’ before the tragic Godhra incident on 27 Feb., 2002 and deliberately not initiating precautionary measures that ...

  • The footmarks of the dragon that entrapped the innocent in its dungeon

    + Pix There is a long shadow slanting across a decade of fateful events in Malegaon which has scared the memory of the minority. It is the shadow of the Additional Superintendent of Police of Bihar origin. Rajwardhan Sinha it was wh...

  • Reservation to Jats kills Mandal: Ilyas Azmi

    New Delhi: Ilyas Azmi, former MP, said commenting on the decision of the Congress Party to include Jats in the OBC list, that this puts paid to the Mandal object. He said now only two “castes” will hold sway over the OBC reservation...

  • SC orders states to probe acquittals

    New Delhi: In what is likely to be a major shake-up for India’s languishing criminal justice system, the Supreme Court on 7 January hit out at police departments and investigating agencies, directing all state governments to examine every...

  • Open Letter to the U.P. CM

    + Pix Chief Minister Shri Akhilesh Yadav, 5, Kalidas Marg, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh January 1, 2014 Subject: UP State Government's handling of sectarian violence and humanitarian crisis in Muzaffarnagar Dear Shri ...

  • Painful Path to Justice: Travails of Zakia Jafri

    The Ahmedabad metropolitan court on 26 December, 2013 exonerated Narendra Modi and 59 others for their complicity in the Gujarat carnage. Fully accepting the report of SIT (Special Investigation Team), the court endorsed the view of Modi and hi...

  • Lecture and debate on RSS and Muslims

    + Pix New Delhi: In a new initiative, The Milli Gazette started “MG Debates” with a lecture by veteran RSS thinker, Dr Sanjiv Kelkar here on 28 December. The debate was attended by a select group of Muslim activists, social act...

  • RSS fishing in troubled waters

    + Pix New Delhi: While the riot victims are still languishing in relief camps in inhuman conditions, the RSS is hell-bent to keep the communal tension boiling in the western part of U.P. Defending the two Jat youth whose deaths are cla...

  • Muslims to reconsider their political options: JIH

    + Pix New Delhi: Muslims have a strong feeling that they should reconsider their position regarding the Congress Party with ascent of AAP, said Jamaat-e-Islami Hind’s Qayyim (General Secretary) Nusrat Ali during JIH’s monthl...