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Thirty-one years on, Shah Bano's shadow is long
Indian Express

The churn within

In 2005, Imran and Naaish were wed in Lucknow by a woman qazin. She was Syeda Hameed, also a member of the Planning Commission then. Hameed recalls the incident as a paradigm shift, unheard of in India, of women getting into a strictly male space. ... Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
Thirty-one years on, Shah Bano's shadow is long Indian Express, 1 month ago

No sting in the word kafir

SYEDA HAMEED shares her thoughts on Islam and its interpretations Mohini Giri and Syeda Hameed found themselves together in one mission as Chair and as member, National Commission for Women. They often shared one room at State Circuit Houses.Their ...
 Speaking Tree3 weeks ago
The Hindu

This reform must begin within

BySyeda S. Hameed Once again the issue of triple talaq and polygamy has surfaced with Shayara Bano, a 35-year-old woman from Uttarakhand, recently filing a public interest litigation (PIL) before the Supreme Court. Women's groups, Muslim and ...
 South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago

Delhi Army wife's house-hunt rocks twitterverse

NEW DELHI: Twitter has been agog with the story of Ambreen Zaidi, an Army officer's wife who claimed she was unable to rent a house in Delhi because of her religious identity. However, such stories may not be all that uncommon in the capital. Faced ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Shedding a wife through social media!

The Supreme Court's decision to examine the custom of triple talaq in Islam is welcome. It has issued notices to the Central government and the National Commission for Women to file their responses in this regard. The court took this step on a ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
The Hindu

On the sands of time

From wedding finery to mourning rituals, Story of a Rampur Family exhibits the traces of a fast crumbling world through text, textiles and more Inside the exhibition hall at IGNCA, history is being brought to life — in banners and images, music ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Fire in the forests, Cancerous Hate of Bhakts, JNU fights back — Signs of the times

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 Gazette2 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 Times2 weeks ago

PM urged to implement Food Act, MGNREGA in letter and spirit

Expressing deep anxiety over drought conditions and acute water scarcity in rural India, about 150 eminent citizens from all walks of life have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure full implementation in letter and spirit of the ...
 Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago
Millennium Post

IGNCA show on Rampur Nawab family begins

22 April 2016, New Delhi, Team MP The rich lifestyle of Royal families has attracted interest among the youth since time immemorial. The elaborate rituals associated with every aspect of life are a mystery to the majority as there has not ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
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