• The Ayodhya Issue A Big Design to Challenge the Rule of Law

    9 Dec 2018 |

    By SYYED MANSOOR AGHA The Supreme Court of India is being targeted by the sangh parivar for allowing women entry in Sabarimala Mandir as well as for the postponement of Ayodhya case. It is neither out of their concern for … More

The Impending Catastrophe in Yemen

The three years long civil war in Yemen is moving towards a humanitarian tragedy of most dangerous dimension. UNO and several other human rights organisations have been continuously issuing severe warnings in this regard. Yemen is the poorest country in … More


U.S. Groups Condemn PM Modi for Failure to Stop Attacks...

Religious freedom activists from across the U.S. have criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his failure to stop the violence carried out by Hindutva groups against religious minorities, including Muslims and Christians, a statement of Indian American Muslim Council said … More


Sahulat Bags Gold Award in the Category of Microfinance...

Just after the inaugural talk by Chief Guest, Minister of Finance and Mass Media, Mr Eran Wickramaratne and initial talk by the Chairman of the Conference, Mr Sabri Abdul Quadir, the first panel discussion titled “Country Roundtable” was moderated by … More


Will Its Messages Transcend Political Boundaries?

   By MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD KHAN On 26 November, we celebrate our Constitution Day, but do we generally go beyond rituals, celebrations and symbolism. On this day, have we ever introspected as to what extent we have followed our Constitution since … More


They are Jealous of Muslims

By MOHAMMAD YACOOB During the second week of October 2018 elections were held in the Bavarian State of Germany. The far right extremist party, challenging Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel’s party in this Bavarian election, continued its xenophobic, anti-refugee and … More


A Community Harmony Drive in Kolkata

Know Your Neighbour (KYN), a communal harmony initiative in West Bengal, has been organising several outreach programmes aimed at inter-communal engagements so that communal divides may be bridged. These events generally comprise heritage walks and discussion sessions on various themes … More


Muslims of India are in Worst Position Today

By NEHA DABHADE Muslims of India are in worst position today than in 1857 or 1947”, lamented A. G Noorani, leading constitutional expert and prominent author. A. G Noorani was delivering the 12th Dr. Asghar Ali Engineer Memorial Lecture titled, … More


Kashmiri Students Joining Militancy: Who is Responsible...

By Shaheen Nazar One more university was in news recently, albeit for wrong reasons and for no fault of it. An undergraduate student of Sharda University, Ehtisham Bilal Soofi, disappeared on October 28 only to be featured in a video … More


Margin of Profit and Profiteering

  By Dr. WAQUAR ANWAR Question: Is there any limit in keeping margin of profit? This question arises in the context that if no limit is imposed then profiteering may result in. Answer: Islamic law (Shari’ah) does not fix any … More


Attributes of the Believer

  By Syed Akbar Hassan Certainly, the believers are those whose hearts are filled with fear when (the name of) Allah is mentioned; and when His ayahs are recited before them, they increase them in faith and in their Lord … More


Rise of Khabib Nurmagomedov

By MEEQAT HASHMI (@MeeqatHashmi) In this era, with the emergence of social media as a tool for getting news and if also you are interested in sports then the names Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor would make a ring to … More


INSIDE INDIA 09-dec-2018

IS GUJARAT GOVT. TRYING TO SEGREGATE MUSLIM STUDENTS? The Gujarat government has come up with a mandatory online form identifying Muslim students who appear for their 10th and 12th standard board examinations. After being asked whether the students belong to … More


MUSLIM WORLD 09-dec-2018

BRITISH MUSLIM BODIES RALLY FOR PROPOSED DEFINITION OF ISLAMOPHOBIA Muslim organisations across the UK are calling on political party leaders to adopt the definition of Islamophobia, published earlier this week. Councils of mosques representing 100s of mosques from across the … More


READERS' PULSE 09-dec-2018

I couldn’t stop tears into the eyes Received Radiance Viewsweekly of 11-17 November 2018. Read the signed editorial by Ejaz Ahmed Aslam Saheb under the heading “Hashimpura Massacre” and the Cover Story under the heading “ The Hashimpura Verdict: 16 … More