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About 14 results for "shabnam hashmi"

Fire in the forests, Cancerous Hate of Bhakts, JNU fights back...

Every winter I think of traveling down South. Every summer I think of traveling up North. That's a different matter altogether I don't travel much! But this summer I sit nonplussed, as fires are spreading out, from the hills of Uttarakhand to the ... Milli Gazette, 3 weeks ago

Protest outside Kerala House

Raise their voice against the gruesome rape and murder of the Dalit law student Women's organisations and citizens joined a protest outside Kerala House here on Wednesday to raise their voice against the gruesome rape and murder of Dalit law ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

No serious thought for forest fires

Forests have never been subjected to fires of this magnitude …widespread and spreading out. Not in these developed times! Not when we sit boasting, setting up smart cities! Little of the traditional intact, yet we have the audacity to brag of ...
 Kashmir Times3 weeks ago

Poets, singers voice concern through verses

New Delhi, Apr 23 (PTI) Noted poets and writers today came together with a unique way of voicing concern against "attack on freedom of expression" in the country through poetry and ghazals. Well-known poets like Ashok Vajpeyi, Manglesh Dabral, ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago

Is Muslim Personal Law Law?

A person may be a Muslim and yet not pray five times a day; nor fast in the month of Ramdan; nor pay zakat; nor go for Haj. A person may be a Muslim and yet not pray five times a day; nor fast in the month of Ramdan; nor pay zakat; nor go for ...
 Samaylive1 month ago
Counter Currents

More Than 500 Film Makers, Writers, Artists And Activists Demand Release Of Deba Ranjan Sarangi

Film Makers, Writers, Artists And Activists Demand Release Of Deba Ranjan Sarangi By Concerned Citizens 02 April, 2016 Countercurrents.org We the undersigned film makers, writers, professionals in the area of art & culture, academics, activists ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
DNA

Digvijay Singh slams RSS at Urdu Journalists Association launch

The dais was chaired by former Madya Pradesh chief minister and senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, along with Hasan Kamal, Javed Siddiqui, Shamim Tariq, Shabnam Hashmi, Shahid Lateef, Khalil Zahid, Sarfaraz Arzu, Farooq Syed and others.
 DNA2 months ago

The shocking rapes by security men in Valley

I was shocked and upset to read that a committee of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has recommended rustication of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and two other students in connection with an event held last month ...
 Kashmir Times2 months ago

They then came for ...

Tree Wants to be Calm But Wind Will Not Stop ! -Jose Maria Sison ( Filipino Revolutionary and Poet) Whether all the leading public intellectuals of our times have suddenly decided to go for a break - now that Kanhaiya Kumar is out of jail - ...
 Kashmir Times2 months ago
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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.com2 months ago
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