• OIC Session at Abu Dhabi A Victory for Indian Diplomacy

    10 Mar 2019 |

      By SYED NOORUZZAMAN India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj finally participated in the plenary session of the strategically significant 50-year-old Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) at Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, on March 1 as a Guest of … More

Oh, Those Two Tension-Filled Weeks!

Thank you God, you saved us from falling into the hell of war, otherwise, the air was filled with shouts of revenge, war was on our minds and the air was heavy with the smell of explosives. For a while, … More


PEOPLES’ MANIFESTO Presented by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind ...

  As per its Constitution, the Indian state is sovereign (against external interference), as well as secular and democratic. The Constitution advocates the values of justice, freedom, equality and fraternity. The state is expected to ensure equitable treatment towards all … More


More than 250 Mosques Help Keep Britain Tidy!

  Ahead of this year’s Visit My Mosque Day, volunteers from over 250 mosques across the UK have started supporting the Great British Spring Clean campaign. Mosques from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland took part in street clean ups … More


More People Displaced Now than World War II: Turkish FM

  Some 70 million people are displaced today worldwide due to wars and conflicts, more than during World War II, said Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu on February 27. Speaking to students, scholars, and the media at a conference organised by … More


JIH Lauds De-Escalation between India and Pakistan, Urg...

  Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH), in a press statement on March 2, lauded the de-escalation between India and Pakistan after the extremely heightened tension prevailing between the two neighbouring countries. JIH President, Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari along with JIH Vice President … More


Can Minorities Assert Their Political Relevance in 2019...

By MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD KHAN The perception, significance and relevance of minority votes keep changing from time to time, even from one election to another. No matter how untouchable they become, the illusionary impact of minority votes will remain forever despite … More


Save Uighur, Save Humanity

  By IMAM ABDUL MALIK MUJAHID Six Uighur sisters were each robbed of their husbands when Chinese authorities placed the men in concentration camps. They also forcefully took their children to communist-run orphanages and placed Chinese men in each of … More


Let Ganga-Jamuna Tahzeeb Keep Flowing

By M. S. QAIS Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) found its Prithviraj, the second. The Parishad had welcomed and hailed Narendra Modi’s ascent to power at the Centre in 2014 as a resurrection of Hindu rule. The highly communal-minded outfit’s patriarch, … More


Allah Promises and Fulfils

By Syed Akbar Hassan When we read the Quran with understanding, we will be able to understand what Allah committed to us – His believers. In our daily life, we like those people who fulfil their promises and we regard … More


Divisions are Being Implanted in Minds: Amartya Sen

  By OUR STAFF REPORTER Noble Laureate Amartya Sen, while recalling his brief stay (two to three weeks) at Lahore in Pakistan after the war with India and Pakistan in 1960s before returning to India to join Delhi School of … More


INSIDE INDIA 10-mar-2019

SOLDIER WHO SERVED AT SIACHEN FIGHTS TO PROVE CITIZENSHIP A subedar with the Indian Army, who comes from Assam’s Barpeta district and is posted in Kolkata at present, is fighting the citizenship tangle in Assam. Shahidul Islam, 43, reportedly said … More


MUSLIM WORLD 10-mar-2019

ISRAEL KILLED 8 PALESTINIANS, WOUNDED 810 IN FEBRUARY Israeli occupation forces killed eight Palestinians, including four children, and wounded 810 others in the occupied West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, an official Palestinian report revealed on March 1. The … More


READERS' PULSE 10-mar-2019

Let’s Resolve Conflicts to Live in Peace What has been the most disquieting is that Kashmiri students and traders have come under attack in India. Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy, with a rabid communal bent of mind, insinuated that Kashmiris are … More