HINDUS AND MUSLIMS
From Pondicherry to Oxford, campuses witness protests against violence in JNU
Students in university campuses across the country and even abroad staged protests in solidarity with JNU students and condemned the violence that took place in the varsity.
Include Muslim sects facing persecution in citizenship bill: SAD
SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal said his party supports the bill as it wil...
Truly Punjabi: Cuisine relies more on freshness, quality of ingredients than masalas & complicated recipes
Kulchas are to Amritsar what crois...
Muslim community in Bulandshahr hands over DD to compensate for damaged public property
As the country witnessed several incidents of violence during anti-CCA protests, resulting in massive destruction of public property, Muslim...
PM Modi reaches out to Muslims, says no discrimination
Modi said countries such as Palestine, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Jordan have good relations with India, while the Maldives and Bahrain have bestowed their highest civil honour on him.
CAA not against Muslim community of India: Nitin Gadkari
He said by bringing the new law, the NDA government was not doing any injustice to Muslims in the country. Gadkari also accused the Congress of spreading "misinformation" over the issue for 'vote bank politics'.
Murugappa Group heir fights to unseat gender bias in board
Valli Arunachalam, the eldest daughter of late MV Murugappan, is fighting to take her place at the table.
Filing review petition will harm Hindu-Muslim unity: Minority panel chief
The minority panel chief said filing the review petition would send a message to the Hindus that they were trying to put roadblocks in the way of building the Ram temple. He also urged the Muslim side to accept the five-acre alternative land to be given for a mosque, saying they would be respecting the judiciary by doing so.
"Tableau rejection for R-Day parade politically motivated"
The Kerala government's state cultural minister A K Balan said the Defence Ministry rejected the state's theme in the third screening and he failed to understand why the centre has a 'hatred' towards the state. "We had proposed a beautiful theme in the background of backwaters. We don't understand why the centre has a hatred towards all these.
Savarkar’s grandson seeks action from Maha CM Thackeray on controversial booklet
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s grandson Ranjit Savarkar on January 02 reacted on the controversial booklet on his grandfather that claimed that ...
Imran Khan tweets fake video from Bangladesh, tries to passes off as police violence in UP
The seven-year-old video showed police action against a group of people in Bangladesh. At one point in the video, a policeman could be seen holding a shield of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), proving it to be a scene from Bangladesh. Imran Khan, however, deleted the video after facing a massive backlash on social media for posting the fake video.
Centre should allay Muslims' apprehensions on CAA-NRC: Mayawati
Mayawati directed party state president Munkad Ali to visit the families of those who died during anti-citizenship law protests in the state.
A million shades of love: Mona Singh ties the knot with beau Shyam in a traditional Hindu ceremony
Singh's 'Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin' co-stars joined the guest list.
Citizenship Amendment Act not anti-Muslim: Rajnath Singh
Singh said Muslims are not included in the CAA as these three countries are "theocratic" and "Islamic" states and "in an Islamic state, at least those who follow the religion of Islam do not face religious persecution. May be they face some other persecution but not religious persecution because the religion of that state is Islam".
Gautam Gambhir appeals for peace, says CAA not anti-India or anti-Muslim
BJP leader Gautam Gambhir on Friday appealed to the nation to maintain peace, saying that the Citizenship Amendment Act is not anti-India or...
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