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Allahabad High Court -We do not see Priyanka, Salamat as Hindu-Muslim #LoveJihad #FacePalm

We do not see Priyanka Kharwar and Salamat Ansari as Hindu and Muslim, rather as two grown-up individuals who – out of their own free will and choice – are living together peacefully, said the court Published: 24 Nov 2020,… Continue Reading →

India’s first ‘cow cabinet’ in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh ChouhanBHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday announced a ‘cow cabinet’, yoking together six departments — animal husbandry, agriculture, panchayat, forests, home and revenue. It’s the first such step in the country.The first meeting will be held at noon… Continue Reading →

NCW Says ‘No Data’ On Love Jihad After Chief Rekha Sharma Discusses ‘Rising Cases’

Last month, the NCW chairperson had kicked off a controversy by saying she discussed issues including a “rise in love jihad cases” with Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari. The National Commission for Women (NCW), in response to an RTI application, has said… Continue Reading →

Diwali is here – Will the firecracker ban go up in smoke?

Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Odisha and Karnataka have banned selling, bursting firecrackers to curb severe air pollution Delhi skies are fifty shades of grey. A pun as intended as possible, because the lungs of those who breathe in the… Continue Reading →

FIR against Goa professor for ‘outraging religious beliefs’

An assistant professor at a Goa law college is the latest target of the right wing onslaught on free speech. Shipla Singh, has been named in a first information report (FIR) filed by one Rajiv Jha, who is affiliated with… Continue Reading →

Anti-minority thrust? Gujarat govt ‘refuses’ to observe National Education Day

Gujarat’s civil rights organization, Minority Coordination Committee (MCC), has regretted that the state government has refused to observe November 11 as the National Education Day, celebrated every year in the memory of India’s first education minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s… Continue Reading →

Meet Irfaan Ali- Latin America’s first Muslim head of state

9 November 2020 Richard Swift   Irfaan Ali finally became the President of Guyana in August this year, becoming the first Muslim ever to head up a Latin American country and overcoming an attempt by the previous government, led by David… Continue Reading →

Covid 19 -Plight of Dalit Muslims in India during the Pandemic

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 9, 2020 India’s “untouchables,” the Dalit Muslims, are caught in a vicious circle of poverty across the country, and their plight is only worsening during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Anup Dutta India, one of the most populous… Continue Reading →

BHU Hospital Starts ‘Garbh Sanskar’ Therapy for Pregnant Women to Nurture ‘Cultured’ Baby

Garbh Sanksar has been carried out on pregnant women since last week of September in the department of prasuti tantra (obstetrics) in the faculty of Ayurveda. In order to uphold the ancient Vedic scriptures, the faculty of Ayurveda, Banaras Hindu… Continue Reading →

The Tragic Innocence of Being Faisal Khan

India cannot take its syncretic tradition for granted. A culture of communal amity has to be rebuilt from the ground up.Subhash Gatade 06 Nov 2020 an) Irony died a thousand deaths on Monday, 2 November, when 48-year-old non-violent activist Faisal Khan,… Continue Reading →

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