India at a Critical Juncture

The BJP’s faulty policies have thrown India in an economic crisis. GDP estimates are going down, inflation is on the increase, common man is bewildered and the ruling dispensation itself appears to be at its wits end. Every section of … More


Onus of Maintaining Health Not Only on Individuals But ...

Economics First or Health First? By Dr. Javed Jamil Publishers: Yenepoya (Deemed to be) University Distributors: Mission Publications Contact: Ph: 91-8130340339 Email: Price: INR 450/- (India); US$ 21 (Foreign countries) Reviewed by Iffat Masood Javed Dr. Javed Jamil, presently … More


As I Witness the Hajj Pilgrimage – 1440, Sense of “...

  By Syyed Mansoor Agha According to Saudi official figures, this year (1440 H/2019) a total of 2,489,406 people, including 634,379 from Saudi Arabia and 1,855,027 from other countries performed Hajj. From India, a total of 2 lakh Muslims (women … More


An Architect of the Nation

By Ayesha Sultana Honest teachers, who enjoy good traits, occupy a high position in society because of the appreciative efforts they exert for educating and supplying individuals with knowledge and moralities. Besides, they are the pioneers of culture and guides … More


Divide and Report! BBC’s Kashmir Coverage not as ‘I...

By Shaheen Nazar The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) scored over all other media outlets covering Kashmir in the wake of unprecedented clampdown of the valley after Parliament approved the revocation of Article 370 on August 5. While national media miserably … More


Let’s not Lose Our Way

By Syed Akbar Hassan In Surah 14 – Ibrahim – Ayah 3 Allah states in the Holy Qur’an: “To those who prefer the worldly life to the Hereafter and prevent (people) from the way of Allah, and seek crookedness in … More


The Gift of a Lifetime, RBI’s 1.76 lakh crores bonanz...

By Arshad Shaikh The Central Board of the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) recently approved transferring Rs 1.76 lakh crores to the Government of India. The RBI Central Board accepted the recommendations of a panel headed by former RBI governor … More


INSIDE INDIA 08-sep-2019

ensure restoration of communication in Kashmir: ilhan United States congresswoman Ilhan Omar on August 27 called for “deescalation” and an “immediate restoration of communication” in occupied Kashmir, where a lockdown imposed by the Indian government has entered its fourth week. … More


MUSLIM WORLD 08-sep-2019

China bans textbooks on Uighur culture For 15 years, Yalqun Rozi skillfully navigated state bureaucracies to publish textbooks that taught classic poems and folk tales to millions of his fellow minority Uighurs in China’s far western region of Xinjiang. That … More


READERS' PULSE 08-sep-2019

The Challenges Ahead for India  The challenges before the nation has increased manifold particularly after striking down of Article 370, NRC final list, mob lynching, law and order issue and slowdown of the economy. Needless to say that democratic space … More


Saudi Arabia Changes Ottoman ‘Empire’ to ‘Occupat...

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education has made a series of modifications to its history textbooks altering the legacy of the Ottoman Empire and its former rule over parts of the Arabian Peninsula, said a report on August 29. While the … More


NRC an Effort to Make Minorities Second Class Citizens:...

  By our staff reporter NRC in Assam or the talks doing rounds for the rest of India is nothing but to target Indian Muslims and make them second class citizens or slaves. The Assamese themselves are not original inhabitants … More