• Myanmar at the Crossroads of Global Politics

    4 Apr 2021 |

      By Soroor Ahmed   Myanmar has one of the longest histories of direct or indirect military rule. Ever since General Ne Win overthrew the government and took power in 1962 till 2011 the military used to directly rule the … More

Political Intervention Leads to Miscarriage of Justice

    Justice must be done and it must be seen being done. It is justice on whose basis the human civilization rests. Almighty Allah tells us in the Last Book: “Indeed We have sent our Messengers with clear signs, … More


A Remarkable Work with Unique Insight in...

  A review of Dr. Javed Jamil’s “A Systematic Study of the Holy Qur’ān”     Author: Dr. Javed Jamil Year: 2021 Pages: 437 Price: INR 850/- Outside India: US$ 38 What’s App No: 918130340339 Email: doctorforu123@yahoo.com   Reviewed By … More


Is India Heading Towards ‘Electoral Au...

  By MOHD NAUSHAD KHAN   Without taking political stand in favour or against the passage of Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021 by both the Houses, it is important to study its impact. The Bill … More


How a Professor’s Exit Became a Blow t...

  By Arshad Shaikh   It is not very often that the resignation of a professor from a private university in India hits the headlines and triggers international outcry. However, if that professor is Pratap Bhanu Mehta, one of the … More


Over 550 Muslim Organisations, Individua...

  Over 550 Muslim organisations, masjids, council of masjids, Muslim academics, activists, individuals, and allies have all signed an open letter pledging their intent to boycott the latest review into the UK Government’s counter-extremism strategy called Prevent, a report said … More


Intense Connection with the Qur’ān is...

  By Syed Akbar Hassan   The Qur’ān (17 –105-11) says: “We have bestowed (this Qur’ān) from on high in truth, and in truth has it come down. We have sent you only as a herald of good news and … More


How to Establish a Healthy Society

    By Firdaus Sayed   In human society, a family (from Latin: familia) is a group of people related either by consanguinity (by recognised birth) or affinity (by marriage or ‘other’ relationship). The purpose of a family is to … More


Even After One Year, Persecution Continu...

  The episode doesn’t bode well for rule of law in the country   By Abdul Bari Masoud   A year has passed since the Tablighi Jamaat was made a ‘scapegoat’ for the spread of Covid-19 in the country but … More


Covid-19 Vaccine Doesn’t Invalidate Ra...

    Ramadhan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims across the world fast from dawn to dusk. It often raises issues about any medication or personal care that could be seen as breaking the rules of … More


Inside India 04-Apr-2021

CAA IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL: JUSTICE GOPALA GOWDA “The law laid down by the Supreme Court Constitution Bench judgement in 1994 in S. R. Bommai’s case says that no law can be enacted by the Parliament or by a state legislature on … More


Muslim World 04-Apr-2021

EU ENVOYS AGREE FIRST CHINA SANCTIONS IN THREE DECADES The European Union agreed to blacklist Chinese officials for human rights abuses as the first sanctions against Beijing since an EU arms embargo in 1989 following the Tiananmen Square crackdown. EU … More


Gleanings of Arabic Press 04-Apr-2021

  Yemen Needs Peace The future of Yemen is ambiguous and dangerous. All scenario which might lead to some forms of relative stability does not seem to be feasible. The most likely scenario is of controlled chaos. But even this … More


Readers' Pulse 04-Apr-2021

Price of Dissent Pratap Bhanu Mehta, an Oxford and Princeton alumnus working in Ashoka University has resigned. The trustees of the university saw him as a “political liability”. The resignation letter says: “My political writings in support of a politics … More


Extended Masjid Ishaat-e-Islam Oasis of...

  By Uzma Ausaf   Delhi was once ruled by a queen – Razia Sultan in the 13th century. Women once built mosques in the city – Khairul Manazil by Maham Anga in the 16th century and Fatehpuri Masjid by … More


Why to Strive for the Truth is Inevitable

  By Sikandar Azam   Man strives and hopes for success. But success depends on the path he adopts to tread. If all his struggles and strivings go in the right direction, he is likely to win success; otherwise he … More