• Hate Crime Against Muslims Rears Its Ugly Head Again

    6 Jun 2021 |

      By Abdul Bari Masoud   Mob lynching has once again reared its ugly head, suggesting that the demons of anti-Muslim violence under the Modi rule – which has just completed seven years in office – are very much alive. … More

Who Wants to Destroy Lakshadweep?

    The beautiful land fascinating islands of Lakshadweep, which hold the place of pride in the blue waters of the Arabian Sea, are counting their worst days. After destruction of Jammu and Kashmir and complete alienation of its inhabitants, … More


Cyclone Yaas, Landfall Batter Odisha, We...

  Cyclone Yaas pounded the coastal areas in north Odisha and neighbouring West Bengal as it made landfall around 9 a.m. on Mah 26 with a wind speed of 130 kmph. More than a million people in India have been … More


Sundarlal Bahuguna’s death reminds one of the flip si...

  By Soroor Ahmed   Before paying tributes to environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna, at the very outset of this article I need to explain that the big factories and manufacturing plants are no more the number one job-givers as our political … More


Netanyahu must be punished for committin...

  By Syed Nooruzzaman   The 11-day war between Israel and the Palestinians represented by the Gaza-based Hamas has ultimately ended with both sides declaring a ceasefire following Egyptian intervention, but the issues involved have got further complicated. The two … More


JIH Demands Repeal of Lakshadweep’s Ne...

  Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) has demanded the government to repeal newly introduced laws, including the Lakshadweep Development Authority Regulation 2021 in the Lakshadweep Union Territory, calling them undemocratic and anti-people. In a press statement issued on May 30, JIH Vice … More


Covid-19 has Further Deteriorated the PL...

  By Mohd. Naushad Khan The plight of Rohingyas is precarious but the pandemic has further aggravated their problems in India. In the wake of the pandemic coupled with absence of medical facilities and medical care and proper vaccination drive, … More


Lessons from Prophet Ayub’s Supplicati...

  By Syed Akbar Hassan   The Qur’ān (21:83-84) says: “And remember Ayub (Job), when he cried out to his Lord. Affliction has befallen me, but of all those who show mercy You are the most merciful. We responded to … More


After Covid, It’s Black Fungus

  By Arshad Shaikh   As the debilitating second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic slowly subsides from its peak, a rare infection known as black fungus is creating panic in our country. India has reported more than 12,000 cases with … More


Inside India 06-June-2021

GURUDWARA OFFERS ALL ITS GOLD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF HOSPITALS In a heart-warming move, Nanded’s Gurudwara Takht Shri Hazoor Sahib, one of the five takhts of Sikhism, has announced that it will release all its gold collected over the past five … More


Muslim World 06-June-2021

PALESTINE ON SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK BIAS EXPOSED During Israel’s recent attacks on Palestinians,  Facebook attempted to silence the avalanche of voices by establishing a special operations unit to censor, filter, block and remove any content that exposed the truth about … More


Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan (1935-2021)

  Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan, a renowned educationist, founder of Al-Ameen Educational Society and Daily Salar newspaper, and former Pro-Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, breathed his last in Bengaluru on May 27. He was 86. Widely referred to as ‘Baba-e-Taalim’, … More


Gleanings of Arabic Press 06-June-2021

How Biden Dealt with Israel on Gaza? Washington’s strict position with Netanyahu helped in stopping Israeli aggression on Gaza strip. But this does not mean that there is a “change in my commitment to the security of Israel,” as has … More


Despite Massive Losses, Palestinians Hav...

  By Ramzy Baroud   The ‘Palestinian Revolt of 2021’ will go down in history as one of the most influential events that irreversibly shaped collective thinking in and around Palestine. Only two other events can be compared with what … More


Readers' Pulse 06-June-2021

The Vaccine Crisis I want to bring to your notice, through our esteemed Radiance Viewsweekly, what our RSS government is claiming and what the world’s most reliable magazine Time is saying about vaccine problem in India. Time has published an … More


Dehradun Gave Permits to Flatten Hillocks, HC Asks Govt...

    In six years, the Dehradun district administration has given permission to flatten at least 14 hillocks in the Himalayan foothills between Dehradun and Mussoorie, which environmentalists said disregards concerns about its geological stability. The findings, in a report … More


Saudi Arabia to Supply More Oxygen, Cont...

  The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will be increasing its aid to India by shipping another shipload of liquid oxygen, as the Asian country battles a second wave of Covid-19. This new aid follows last month’s shipment of 80 tons … More


An ‘Event’ or a Sign of God?

  By Sikandar Azam   On June 10, there will be the first solar eclipse of the year. It will be an annular or ring-shaped eclipse, which will not be visible from India. And only a few days ago, on … More