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A different fallout of Gujarat riots lands league in soup

KOZHIKODE: A group of 20 Gujarati Muslims, the victims of Naroda Patiya riots in Ahmedabad in 2002, arrived here on Tuesday alleging that the Indian Union Muslim League had betrayed them by not giving them the title deeds after constructing houses ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago

Gujarat has over a third of India's Muslim detainees

AHMEDABAD: Gujarat accounts for over a third of the total Muslim detainees in the country, Union home ministry figures show. Of the country's 658 Muslim detainees, 240 are in PM Narendra Modi's home state. Tamil Nadu is a close second with 220. ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Saffron journalism: Zee News & art of manufacturing anti-nationals

In December 2001, a group of businessmen of Gujarati Muslim origin came from Canada to India to start a small project for the education of children from underprivileged backgrounds. During the course of their visit, they met a number of NGO representatives, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Biggest school in chopda town: Urdu school run by Gujarati Hindus inJalgaon

Visitors to Chopda, a dusty town in Jalgaon district 420 km north of Mumbai would, be surprised to see, in contrast to the rising polarisation seen in education, that it is home to a decades-old Urdu school run by devout Hindus. The school, ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Don't trust the Congress to do the right thing

The party has surrendered its principles and is opportunistically ganging up with Hindutvawadis against Muslims and spreading anti-Pakistan sentiment It seems to me that Rahul Gandhi's Congress is showing itself incapable of doing the right thing.
 Livemint.com4 weeks ago

PM accused of racial profiling in letters to London voters

Guardian News and Media/London The prime minister has been criticised for sending out letters targeted at London's Gujarati Hindu and Punjabi Sikh voters, calling on them to back the Conservative mayoral candidate, Zac Goldsmith. The letters ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago Sadiq Khan accuses prime minister of racially profiling Londoners in row over mayoral campaign tactics  ITV.com1 month ago

Bharat Mata ki jai! Now how about some jobs for her children?

Let's talk about Bharat Mata ki jai. What problem do some Muslims have with it? I would say three sorts of problems, and we'll get there presently . First, if you missed it, I would recommend what Kanhaiya Ku mar said on this subject. Asked how he ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

How 'Bharat Mata' became the code word for a theocratic Hindu state

In 1905, Gujarati politician and writer KM Munshi asked Aurobindo Ghosh a question that has become a vital a century later: How can one become patriotic? Ghosh one of the fathers of Hindu nationalism replied with an answer that is especially ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago 8 things you should know about our nation  Livemint.com1 month ago

Mrinalini Sarabhai transformed Gujarat's cultural life

Ahmedabad's cultural scene would not have gone beyond the garba, but for Mrinalini Sarabhai's pioneering efforts, says V Gangadhar who spent many years in the city. IMAGE: Mrinalini Sarabhai performs with her daughter Mallika in New Delhi in 2004. Photograph: PTI Photo When I set foot in Ahmedabad for the first time in 1958 to earn a living, the city was dirty, the sky was dark with smoke dribbling from the chimneys of its 60-odd textile mills. Almost everyone worked in the mills, and at ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The JNU protest is linked to caste and prejudice

Why are Dalits protesting against hangings in Hyderabad?Why is the focus on Muslims in JNU?Why are the students insisting on representation from marginalised communities when they are being judged by a committee?The fact is that India reserves the death penalty mostly for Dalits and Muslims, says Aakar Patel.   In October 1931, Gandhi said of Ambedkar that 'he has every right to be bitter. That he does not break our heads is an act of self-restraint on his part.' Meaning given the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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