• Making Promises Are They Made to Be Kept?

    25 Nov 2018 |

    By M.S. Qais Not at all. At least in the present scenario this philosophical notion seems to have been gradually becoming untraceable from the lives of a majority of people. And, in this respect most of our political leaders do … More

Murder Which Refuses To Die

From the dawn of history, up to now, the so-called pinnacle of human civilisation, murder is the most heinous crime a man can commit against his fellow men. The gruesome murder of a dissident but well-meaning journalist Jamal Khashoggi is … More


The Challenges Air Pollution Remind Us Time and Again

  By Dr. Arshad Husain Every year severe and hazardous air pollution reminds us of the measures taken in the past to curb it and of the challenges that lie ahead. If there is dilly-dallying attitude towards finding short and … More


Reconciliation and Gradualism: Bedrock of Separation in...

  By M S KHAN There is much heat and so much confusion on the issue of Muslim Personal Law once again. The issue is related to unilateral and erratic decision of separation from the marriage contract by husband. The … More


Conditioning of Human Psychology by Market Forces Causi...

  By DR. MASOOD AHMAD Renowned thinker and Islamic scholar, Chair of Islamic Studies & Research, Yenepoya University, Mangaluru, Dr. Javed Jamil has lambasted the market forces for “reconditioning human psychology” for their own ends causing “huge devastation of life … More


Let’s Mob-Lynch Garbage from Our Nation: MARHAM Presi...

By IRTIZA QURAISHI We see that India has been going through a phase where the nation has been divided not just on Hindu-Muslim, but there are subdivisions of thoughts, political views, and various other disagreements. Congress supporters are seen fighting … More


French Court Grants Bail to Tariq Ramadan in Sexual Ass...

Tariq Ramadan, a prominent Islamic scholar, has been released on bail after being held in detention for nearly 10 months over charges of sexual assault, his lawyer said on November 15. A Paris Court of Appeal granted the 56-year-old Swiss … More


TIPU SULTAN A Great Freedom Fighter

By SYED AHMED ALI Tipu Sultan was a great freedom fighter in the country while history can’t be changed by the hate mongers who are spreading misconceptions about Tipu Sultan to mislead the people in the name of religion. Every … More


In Breach of Human Rights, Netanyahu Supports the Death...

By Ramzy Baroud Right-wing Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is escalating his war on the Palestinian people, although for reasons almost entirely related to Israeli politics. He has just given the greenlight to a legislation that would make it easier … More


Doctors should have Passion to Serve Mankind: Dr Mohsin...

  MOHSIN WALI, a renowned cardiologist presently associated with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, was the only physician to have served three presidents of India R. Venkataraman, Shankar Dayal Sharma and Pranab Mukherjee. A Padma Shri awardee, Wali was a Fellow … More


I Wanted to Have Light of Faith in Heart

  By EVA AZIZAH When I was thirteen years old, my mom embraced Islam. It was strange. You know, being thirteen, everything was new. My body changed, my moods changed, my outlook on life. When we enter puberty, we become … More


INSIDE INDIA 25-nov-2018

SC REFUSES PLEA FOR EARLY HEARING OF AYODHYA CASE The Supreme Court on November 12 dismissed a petition by the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha for early hearing of the petitions in Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case. A bench comprising … More


MUSLIM WORLD 25-nov-2018

UN URGES BANGLADESH NOT TO RETURN ROHINGYA REFUGEES UN Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet on November 13 urged the Bangladeshgovernment to halt plans for the repatriation of more than 2,200 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar. Bachelet warned the return would be … More


READERS' PULSE 25-nov-2018

A Misplaced Priority This refers to the article, “The Statue: A Misplaced Priority” (Radiance, 18-24 November). Those in favour of this structure may justify what they have done as a symbolic gesture to pay tribute to him. But pragmatically it … More