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Arup Patnaik saved Mumbai from burning

Jyoti Punwani | Agency: DNA | Friday, August 24, 2012 The morale of Mumbai’s police force must be sky-high now that police commissioner Arup Patnaik has been shunted out. The morale of the Muslim community, however, is at rock-bottom. This inverse… Continue Reading →

Truth vs Hype: Assam – Violence by Design #mustwatch

    In Assam, the flames of violence refuse to fully die out. The police say they have made 100’s of arrests, registered nearly 400 FIRs, and claim to have provided village pickets in all sensitive districts. But many say… Continue Reading →

Two Muslims who took on the Azad Maidan rioters- #mustread

  HAVE FAITH, WILL NOT FIGHT While last Saturday’s riots stoked resentment against Muslim leaders, two members of the community taught a few others that Islam is about humanity Jyoti Punwani , Mumbai Mirroe, August19,2012 Even as the leaders of… Continue Reading →

Making history, not repeating it #Mumbaiviolence

  Javed Anand &Teesta Setalvad  Javed Anand is general secretary, Muslims for Secular Democracy. Teesta Setalvad is secretary, Citizens for Justice and Peace. Both are co-editors, ‘Communalism Combat’ Ask all the questions, seek explanations, make comments on what the Mumbai… Continue Reading →

Outbreak of Violence of in Mumbai – ASSAM AND BURMA KILLING OF MUSLIMS- #mustread

  OUTBREAK OF VIOLENCE IN MUMBAI – ASSAM AND BURMA KILLING OF MUSLIMS   Asghar Ali Engineer   (Secular Perspective August 16-31, 2012)   The way things were happening for last few weeks it was not surprising that violence on… Continue Reading →

Complaint to NCW-molestation of 10-15 women police officers #VAW

  August 14, 2012 To, Smt. Mamta Sharma, Chairperson, National Commission for Women Dear Smt. Sharma, We are extremely concerned about the widespread reports of deliberate mishandling and molestation of 10-15 women police officers of the Mumbai Police while on regular bandobast duty… Continue Reading →

How to start a riot out of Facebook: Yousuf Saeed

AUGUST 13, 2012 tags: Facebook, Raza Academy Mumbai protests, Rohingyas, Social media by Shivam Vij Guest post by YOUSUF SAEED, http://kafila.org I am utterly shocked and pained to read about the violent rally that many Muslims took out at Azad Maidan in Mumbai on 11 August 2012… Continue Reading →

Truth behind the Violence- Mumbai Police’s mature handling of Saturday’s protest #mustshare

Citizens for Justice and Peace met the Commissioner of Police Mumbai to express our concern over the fallout of Saturday’s violence. His mature  handling of a potentially explosive situation on Saturday did ensure that matters were brought under control. Most… Continue Reading →

Immediate Release-BUJ statement on attacks on media in Mumbai

  The Brihanmumbai Union of Journalists (BUJ) deplores the attack on the media on Saturday, August 11, 2012, during the violence that broke out in Mumbai by protestors of the riots in Assam. The BUJ is particularly disturbed at what… Continue Reading →

Who ordered Vimeo to be blocked? Not DoT, says RTI reply #censorship

Published: Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012, 11:18 IST By Subir Ghosh | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA The ire of hacktivist group Anonymous that was directed at the government over blocking of sites like vimeo.com and Pirate Bay may not have been justified –… Continue Reading →

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