• Family and Family Law

    28 Oct 2018 |

    By M S Khan No human society can be conceived without the institution of family. Family structure, values, customs and codes may be different in different societies, communities and ages. The institution of family is essential for procreation, security and … More

Murder in Istanbul Most Brutal, Barbaric and Heinous

Especially so, because its roots are in a country which swears by Islam, from where, for the first time in human history, the call was given that, “killing one person is equal to killing the whole mankind.” The whole world … More


“MeToo” Movement Ignites Changes in Society

  Generally we have patriarchal families. But M D Nalapat comes from and argues for matriarchal families. Our esteemed readers may come forward with their take on this new twist on the “MeToo” Movement. The surname of this columnist is … More


Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim Wins Parliamentary By-Electi...

  Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim has won a parliamentary seat in a by-election that sets the stage for his eventual takeover from Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, a report said on October 13. The Election Commission said on Saturday that Anwar … More


Ensure Segregation of Sexes

By Syed Akbar Hassan Please recall the apex court judgments on some social, cultural and religious issues mainly in connection with sexual aspects of social life. These issues are regularly being debated on electronic and social media for a month … More


EP Urges Investigation on Khashoggi

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani on October 20 said that an international investigation is urgently needed to examine evidence and clarify circumstances surrounding the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “Rigorous, international investigation urgently needed to examine evidence, clarify circumstances … More


Another Accuser’s Story Collapses

  Tariq Ramadan’s rape accuser’s story has collapsed after text messages found on Christell’s phone which “prove there has never been rape”, cited by Le réveil citoyen. According to Le réveil citoyen, the accusers: “Cell phone data were added to … More


Terrorist doesn’t Live Life Like Robinson Crusoe

By M.S. QAIS The terrorist lives with us in the human society. He/she does not live in the remote and un-inhabited areas as is said about Robinson Crusoe. On most of the occasions it becomes quite difficult, if not impossible, … More


THE UN ‘SHERIFF’ Nikki Haley Elevated Israel, Damag...

By RAMZY BAROUD US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, has made her post a “more glamorous” position than her predecessors – as President Donald Trump described Haley’s 2-year term at the UN, following her resignation announcement. We may never … More


When I Found It Hard to Hold My Tears

  By SARA HASSANIEN On July 31, 2017, I landed with my family in Montreal, Canada. During our first few months of settlement, I applied for a part-time teaching position at a Language Institute in downtown Montreal. Fortunately, I landed … More


INSIDE INDIA 28-oct-2018

HEADMAN DENIES NIA TERROR FUNDING CHARGE ON PALWAL MOSQUE Strongly denying the allegation by the National Investigation Agency, Palwal village headman has asserted that the mosque was built on legally-obtained land and was funded by people from many villages, “The … More


MUSLIM WORLD 28-oct-2018

RISING ISLAMOPHOBIA IN UK: MCB DEMANDS ACTION The Muslim Council of Britain on October 16 repeated calls for meaningful and proactive Government action as new figures reveal a rise in Islamophobic hate crime. Religiously-motivated hate crime has risen 40% in … More


Mohammad Ashfaq Ahmed

  Mohammad Ashfaq Ahmed, former Secretary for Education, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind and the second National President of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) breathed his last at his native place in Aurangabad, Maharashtra on October 20. He was 68. In his … More


READERS' PULSE 28-0ct-2018

Idea of India The idea of India is becoming either more evident or more perplexed if we go by the incidents happening today. An atmosphere of hate and violence is being entrenched in the mindset of people about the kind … More