• JNU Steep Fees Hike or Demolishing Concept of Public Education

    1 Dec 2019 |

      Increased Burden is Bound to Hit Promising Students from Weaker Sections By Syyed Mansoor Agha In the Golden Jubilee year, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is in turmoil thanks to the zeal of the ultranationalists to colour it in … More

Black Chapter in Indian Democracy

Saturday, 23rd November 2019, would be remembered as a day which opened in our democracy’s history a black chapter because of events in Mumbai. It was a day when the political party, which once claimed for itself a special moral … More


Noted Scientist Mohammed Khalil bags Sahitya Academy Aw...

Mohammed Khalil, a distinguished name in the field of Science Literature for Children, who edited Science ki Duniya and authored a number of science articles, has been awarded Sahitya Academy award under Bal Sahitya Puraskar category for his Urdu book … More


We Missed an Opportunity to Raise the Dignity of India

By Muhammad Salim Engineer November 9, 2019 has been chronicled as an extraordinary historical day in the history of India. The pulse of the largest democratic country with 136 crore population was freezed as all were awaiting with bated breath, … More


Why Stay Silent?

By M.S. QAIS India is passing through a very critical and deplorable phase. The NDA administration led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is steering the country to the brink of devastation. The day appears to be nearing in which there … More


JNU is Prestigious University, won’t Allow the Govt t...

By Mohd Naushad Khan Massive protests, one after another, against the fee hike issue by JNU students with the support of students from other institutions, civil society and teachers, compelled the HRD Ministry to talk to students and find out … More


Total War against the Usurers

By Syed Akbar Hassan Allah says in Surah Al-Baqarah of the Qur’an: “O ye who believe! Fear Allah, and give up what remains of your demand for usury, if ye are indeed believers.” (278) “If you do not, then war … More


Squaring the Circle

How erasing the sin from consensual sex leads to exploitation and moral anarchy, observes Arshad Shaikh Ancient geometers grappled with and overcame the challenge of squaring the circle. The test was to construct a square with the same area as … More


Tipu Sultan – The Tiger of Mysore

By Zakir Husain Hyder Ali (1720 – 7 December 1782) and Tipu Sultan (20 November 1750 – 4 May 1799) fought the British throughout their rule. Tipu Sultan was undoubtedly the first important Indian commander to realise the value of … More


The Law of Retribution Ensures Ultimate Peace in Societ...

By Sikandar Azam Last week we discussed killing caused by personal vendetta, the largest cause of murders as mentioned by the recent National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data. The murder caused by personal vendetta also invites what in Islamic parlance … More


Himalaya Drug Company has Won the Trust of People throu...

Dr. S. FAROOQ, Chairman of Himalaya Drug Company and Confederation of Indian Industry, was listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World (U.S.A) in 1997 in International Who’s Who of Intellectuals Thirteen Edition of IBC (England) in recognition of his … More


INSIDE INDIA 01-dec-2019

We’ll Oppose All India NRC and CAB: JIH The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) will oppose carrying out the NRC exercise all over the country as well as the proposed Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). In a statement issued to the media on … More


MUSLIM WORLD 01-dec-2019

MCB slams ITV’s failure to raise Islamophobia The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has written to ITV questioning its decision not to raise the issue of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party during last night’s debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy … More


READERS' PULSE 01-dec-2019

Ensure Equal Opportunity for All It is deeply unfortunate to see the Jawaharlal Nehru University has become the site of a pitched battle between students and the university. There is no doubt that JNU has remained an institute of eminence … More