Good Governance Search for an Alternative

Failures of the present ruling coalition headed by the BJP are becoming evident every passing day and the resentment of Indian people is increasing by the day. The recently published Reserve Bank of India Report 2017-18 reveals the utter failure … More


‘State Terror Let Loose, Utter Lawlessness’ None of...

By Syyed Mansoor Agha Condemning the Pune police action against Human Rights activists, the Chief Organiser of the controversial event Justice P.B. Sawant denied the involvement of accused persons in the event. He said, “None of them was part of … More


JIH Central Leadership Reviews Kerala Flood Relief Oper...

  The Central leadership of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind led by their Vice Presidents Nusrat Ali and T. Arif Ali visited the flood affected areas of Kerala on the 23rd and 24th of August to review the relief operations carried out by … More


An Unforgivable UN Secretary-General

  By DR. MAZHAR QAIYUM Kofi Annan, a middle ranked civil servant turned high profiled diplomat and a co-recipient of 2001 Nobel Peace Prize, born and brought up in present Ghana [erstwhile Gold Coast]. He comes from a distinguished family … More


Memories Beyond Lines

By ZUBAIR AHMED As a literature student undergoing my graduation in Chennai in 1992-94, the burning desire to become a journalist was at its peak. Fascinated by books, magazines and periodicals, I would always try to find time to familiarise … More


National Media Strongly Condemn Pune Police Action

The Pune Police action has been widely condemned by “anti-fascist” and pro-democratic activists and the media. The Times of India said in an Editorial, “India won half the battle against Maoism when it adopted a liberal democracy in 1950 and … More


To Provide Accommodation for ATMs

  By Dr. WAQUAR ANWAR Question: A bank has approached my brother for getting a space for establishing an ATM. Can he give the place on rent for this purpose? Another related question is whether a house can be given … More


Implications of US ‘Economic War’ against NATO Ally...

By SYED NOORUZZAMAN US President Donald Trump, perhaps, believes that even today we live in an America-driven world though the situation has changed considerably. Of course, the US continues to remain the most influential country having the most powerful armed … More


When Illness is a ‘Death Sentence’ The Victimisatio...

By RAMZY BAROUD Hanan al-Khoudari resorted to Facebook in a cry for help when Israeli authorities rejected her request to accompany her three-year-old son, Louay, to his chemotherapy treatment in East Jerusalem. The boy is suffering from an ‘aggressive soft … More


People in Bijnor Avert Major Communal Conflagration in ...

MOHAMMAD AHMAD, Secretary, National and Community Affairs of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, shared with MOHD NAUSHAD KHAN his perspective on villagers’ protest against ban on slaughter during Eid al-Adha at Shivala village in Bijnor. Ahmed said the sensible approach of the people … More


INSIDE INDIA 09-sep-2018

KASGANJ: ‘UP POLICE FRAMED MUSLIMS, PROTECTED HINDUS’ A report, jointly prepared by three Indian civil rights groups, two US-based groups and a London-based group, has described the probe into the January 26 Kasganj (Uttar Pradesh) violence a sham, a report … More


MUSLIM WORLD 09-sep-2018

JI CALLS FOR SPECIAL SESSION OF OIC ON DUTCH CARICATURES Pakistan’s Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Amir Senator Sirajul Haq has demanded a special session of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) on the issue of desecration of Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and … More


READERS' PULSE 09-sep-2018

Mob Violence The attack on Umar Khalid just two days before the Independence Day outside the Constitution Club of India, which is situated in a very high security area, indicates how much those who are raising their voices against hate … More


Persecution of Activists an Expression of Fascism, Say ...

The Alliance for Justice And Accountability (AJA), an umbrella coalition of progressive organisations across the United States, on August 28, condemned the sweeping attacks against activists and intellectuals in India, leading to the arrest of five prominent public figures known … More


DMC Issues Notice to DCP North East over Brahampuri Mos...

Taking suo motu cognisance of a “settlement” over the issue of a mosque in Lane 8 of Brahampuri in East Delhi, Delhi Minorities Commission has issued a notice to the DCP North East, asking him about the legal position of … More


Relief, Rehabilitation shouldn’t Be Confined to Borde...

By our staff reporter Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has done exemplary work by providing relief for the people affected by devastating flood in Kerala, extending short-term relief measures and planning to rehabilitate the flood-victims in the long-term phase. He asked the government … More