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Muslim groups oppose decision to rename Aurangzeb Road after Kalam
Hindustan Times

Muslim groups oppose decision to rename Aurangzeb Road after K...

Muslim groups objected to New Delhi Municipal Council's (NDMC) decision to rename Aurangzeb Road after late President APJ Abdul Kalam on Monday, terming it as a "deliberate" move that is "likely to set the trend of rechristening other cities/streets ... Hindustan Times, 6 hours ago
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Firstpost.com

Affirmative action on issues confronting Muslims ...

New Delhi: Vice President Hamid Ansari on Monday demanded "affirmative action" to address problems of identity and security confronting Muslims in line with Modi government's official objective of ' sabka sath, sabka vikas '. Hamid Ansari. Reuters ...
 Firstpost.com6 hours ago Develop strategies to address issues confronting Muslims: Hamid Ansari  Deccan Chronicle9 hours ago Vice President Hamid Ansari demands affirmative action on issues confronting Muslims  Jagran Post5 hours ago
Siasat Daily

Discrimination against Muslims have to be corrected by State: Hamid Ansari

New Delhi: Identity and security, education and empowerment and fair share in decision making are the principal problems confronting India's Muslims and the default in terms of exclusion and discrimination have to be corrected by the state, Vice ...
 Siasat Daily2 hours ago Discrimination against Muslims has to be corrected by State: Vice President  Rediff.com5 hours ago
Siasat Daily

Vice-president inaugurates Majlis-e- Mushawarat

New Delhi, Aug 31 : Vice President M. Hamid Ansari inaugurated the 50th anniversary of All India Muslim Majlis-e- Mushawarat on Monday. Delivering his inaugural address at the Golden Jubilee Session of All India Muslim Majlis-e- Mushawarat, ...
 Siasat Daily9 hours ago Book ads in Golden Jubilee Souvenir of Muslim Majlis-E-Mushawarat AIMMM  Milli Gazette1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Religion census 2011: Muslims record growth of 24.6 per cent

New Delhi: The Hindu population in the country has fallen 0.7 per cent in the last decade, making it less than 80 per cent of the country's total population of 121 crore people, while Muslims today constitute 14.2 per cent of India's population. ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago 5 charts that puncture the bogey of Muslim population growth in India  DAWN Group4 days ago 2011 religious census: Congress hails decline in communities' growth rate  Ani News4 days ago Muslim share of population up 0.8%, Hindus down 0.7% between 2001 and 2011  Times of India5 days ago
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New Indian Express

2011 census data may create political storm

NEW DELHI, Aug 26 - The 2011 Census data has the potential to trigger a political storm in Assam, as the Muslim voters in the State may now hold sway over 49 Legislative Assembly Constituencies out of 126 seats.According to the latest Census report, the ...
 The Assam Tribune5 days ago Kerala has 54.73 pc Hindus, 26.56 pc Muslims and 18.38 pc Christians: Census  New Indian Express4 days ago Hindu population decline by 0.7 pc; Muslims increase by 0.8 pc: Census data  Jagran Post6 days ago Hindu population declines by 0.7 pc; Muslims increase by 0.8 pc: Census data  Jagran Post5 days ago
PardaPhash

2011 Religious Census: Hindus drop below 80%; Muslims see 0.8% rise

New Delhi: The count of Hindus in India has first time dropped below 80 percent of the total population ever since the independence while Muslims have seen a significant rise in the numbers. There had been reports in media that the erstwhile ...
 PardaPhash5 days ago India Hindu population drops below 80 pct as Muslim ratio rises  Sify5 days ago Hindu population falls below 80 pct, Muslim ratio rises  Reuters India5 days ago Hindu population drops below 80 pct as Muslim ratio rises  Reuters UK5 days ago
Times of India

92% Muslim women say no to oral talaq: Study

NEW DELHI: Should unilateral, triple talaq be banned? An overwhelming number of Muslim women in the country think so. READ ALSO: In a first of its kind study, Oral talaq delivered through new media platforms like Skype, text messages, email and ...
 Times of India1 week ago More than 92% of Indian Muslim women want ban on verbal divorce: Poll  Channel NewsAsia3 days ago Over 92% of Indian Muslim women want ban on verbal divorce: Poll  Channel NewsAsia3 days ago Over 90% of Indian Muslim women want ban on verbal divorce: Poll  Channel NewsAsia3 days ago
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IndiaTV News

Is rise in Muslims larger conspiracy to Islamise Bharat? says

Is rise in Muslims larger conspiracy to Islamise Bharat? says 'Organiser' New Delhi, Aug 29 (PTI) Raising concerns over the rise in Muslim population in the religious data of Census, the RSS publication 'Organiser has wondered if the the trend is a "larger ...
 Sify2 days ago
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Oneindia

BJP MP, VHP press for uniform civil code

Muslim population New Delhi, Aug 27: Terming the increase in Muslim's share in India's total population as a "dangerous trend", firebrand BJP MP Yogi Adityanath and VHP today batted for uniform civil code and law to check it as they claimed that ...
 Oneindia4 days ago
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