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Shahid Siddiqui Calls For Judicial Commission Within 100-Days Of Modi Government
Eurasia Review

Shahid Siddiqui Calls For Judicial Commission Within 100-Days ...

Shahid Siddiqui, the former MP and editor of Nai Duniya newspaper today called on Narendra Modi, the BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate, to set up a judicial commission within first 100 days of his government, as a bold confidence building measure if ... Eurasia Review, 1 week ago

Reports of Large-scale Deaths of Students in Bapu Asaram's Schools

COMMUNICATION According to reports in two leading Hindi newspapers Nai Duniya and Dainik Jagran, dated February 19, 2014, a parliamentary committee has found that 800 children in various schools associated with Asaram in Maharashtra died during (...) - 2014 ...
 Mainstream1 month ago

What does it mean to be a Muslim leader in the BJP

In early March, Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, the Muslim poster boy of the was shocked out of his wits to hear that the party might field him from the Kishanganj Lok Sabha seat in Bihar. The 45-year-old former civil aviation minister soon discovered that ...
 Sify3 days ago The crescent in the lotus  Smart Investor4 days ago

Salman's dad lends a leg-up

In August 2010, Salim Khan had condemned Amitabh Bachchan for agreeing to become Gujarat's brand ambassador on Narendra Modi's request. On Wednesday, Salim launched Modi's Urdu website from his own residence. How long can one cry over the deaths of ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago

The one-man army's forward march

Abki bari, Atal Bihari (This time, Atal Bihari) was not a campaign pitch, but a rallying cry. It was part of a ditty which laughed at the arbitrary way in which prime ministers were chosen in the mid-1990s. It went: Bari bari sabki bari, abki bari ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago

Truth vs Hype: Chasing the Muslim vote

Yahya Bukhari, brother of Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid. New Delhi : In election time, it isn't unusual for political parties like the Congress, the Samajwadi Party and the BSP to seek endorsements from Islamic clerics, as part of their strategy to ...
 NDTV1 week ago

Truth vs Hype: Political ads or religious appeals?

In what is becoming an increasingly polarised election campaign, the focus so far has been on provocative speeches with strong communal undertones made by key leaders. (India Votes 2014: full coverage) But what has slipped under the radar is a far ...
 NDTV1 week ago

Muslim votes

Jamaat-e-Islami's biweekly, Daawat, writes on April 4: The 25-crore strong minority of India, which can ensure the victory or defeat of any candidate in 40 to 50 Lok Sabha constituencies and exert significant influence in another over 100 ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

The secular Jaziyah tax: Contemporary India continues to entrap Muslims in the politics of fear

Jaziyah is the protection tax that non-Muslim citizens of an Islamic state have to pay to the Islamic government for their safety and wellbeing. In independent India minorities, especially Muslims, have to pay Jaziyah of a different kind. This ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Secular sermon: Vote for Cong, says shahi ...

Mumbai Mirror Bureau Syed Ahmed Bukhari of Delhi's Jama Masjid announces support for party three days after he met Sonia; says communalism bigger threat than corruption. Three days after he met Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Shahi Imam of ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago
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