A judge is weighing a request from a Muslim civil rights group for an even broader injunction against President Donald Trump's proposed travel ban than what is already in place. Federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland have issued orders that already block the ... Business Standard, 6 days ago
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said over 50 per cent of Waqf properties in the country have been "grabbed" by the mafias and strict action will be taken against them soon. The Minister of State for Minority Affairs also said that "there were ...Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Questions were raised in the Rajya Sabha today as to whether a minister can take up part-time work. Raising the issue without naming Navjot Singh Sidhu, Samajwadi Party member Naresh Agrawal said there is a discussion in the media about a case in Punjab.DNA, 1 day ago
The Centre has formed a six-member committee to give a report on ways to improve India's Haj policy and also look into issue of subsidy to the pilgrimage in light of 2012 Supreme Court order on gradually reducing and abolishing it by 2022. Former Consulate ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
Gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari's Quami Ekta Dal, whose merger with the Samajwadi Party last year had triggered turmoil in that party, on Thursday merged with the Bahujan Samaj Party, whose chief Mayawati claimed that all criminal cases against him are "false". Announcing the merger of his party in presence of Mayawati in Lucknow, QED president Afzal Ansari, Mukhtar's brother, attacked Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, describing him as "anti-muslim and a betrayer". Mayawati, while ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Meeting a delegation of Muslim Ulemas and intellectuals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hailed the Indian youth for resisting radicalization and asserted that the countrys culture, traditions and social fabric will never allow the nefarious designs of the ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Using a sledgehammer to fix some ills can cut down a game at its peak, warns Shekhar Gupta. As I left home reluctantly for the airport, I may have, in a nutty moment not unusual for sport-lovers, been wishing my Bengaluru flight, already delayed by two hours, was held up further. And no, I wasn't thinking about cricket, or the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee's surgical strike on the BCCI brass. I was thinking wrestling, and not the film Dangal, but the real thing. I had just ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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