62 Articles by
Pakistan exercising its 'right to reply' in a debate about terrorism in the UNGA took a route that is all too familiar
Their goal is to make heroes out of Naxals and to normalize violence in the name of democratic rights.
Rajdeep’s interview to The Quint: PR exercise laden with lies to whitewash his dwindling credibility
One wonders, why were his answers not countered?
The presumption that the ‘educated man’ being above scrutiny gives way to snobbish attempts engineer consent
Traditional media will continue to be on the decline and the alternative media will in time replace the traditional media.
Rahul Gandhi during his visit to Germany on Friday failed to recognize the involvement of the Congress party in the 1984 riots
The ‘Anganwadi’ scheme falls under the supplementary nutrition scheme for child development.
A people’s leader, an impeccable orator and a poet, Vajpayee wore a lot of hats and unlike many they did not burden his head.
If we take the Indian example, the Gandhi family has established themselves as the kings or the de-facto rulers of the land called India.
Concerns over fudging data after Kolkata Municipal Corporation lists 10 deaths due to Wuhan Coronavirus while state govt records only 5
Unlike other states which are attributing the cause of death to the Wuhan Coronavirus in case the deceased has tested positive for the virus, the West Bengal government has set up an 'expert committee' to determine the cause of death after going through the test results, medical history and other documents of the deceased.
Mumbai lockdown: Speeding biker drags on-duty policeman posted at a checkpoint, one Sheikh Naeem arrested
Despite the police team's order, Naeem suddenly increased his speed further and tried to ride away. Assistant Inspector Vijendra Dhurat managed to grab a hold of the bike’s rear handle and was dragged for over 25 feet.
Madhubani: To protect Suleiman and others, accused of murdering a Hindu woman, village head Fakre Alam tries to get autopsy report changed
Madhubani: Surendra Mandal, the son of deceased Kaili Devi revealed how the accused were being protected by the village Sarpanch (head) Fakre Alam and local RJD MLA Fayaz Ahmed.
Prayagraj: Police book university professor Mohammad Shahid for concealing information about attending Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi
The varsity administration may also initiate action under against Prof Shahid for not following the health protocol and risking lives
Bhagalpur, Bihar: Muslim youth pelt stones and open fire at Police after being asked to go home on Shab-e-Barat
Stones were pelted at the Police at Bhagalpur in Bihar when they attempted to prevent Muslims from gathering in large numbers on the occasion of Shab-e-Barat in the wake of the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic.
Did you know that the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund had the President of Congress party in its managing committee
After PM Modi launched PM CARES Fund, a lot has been discussed about similarities and differences between PM CARES Fund and PMNRF
As India fights Wuhan Coronavirus, here is a list of prominent Hindu Temples and religious leaders helping India through donations and welfare
In the wake of the Coronavirus crisis, numerous Hindu temples have come forward to contribute generously, both in terms of food and welfare, to help the country.
Tablighi Jamaat had planned a ‘fidayeen’ attack on India by spreading the deadly coronavirus: UP Shia Waqf Board chief Waseem Rizvi
Rizvi also said that there is a distinct possibility of radical Islamist Zakir Naik being involved in Tablighi Jamaat conspiracy to spread coronavirus in the country.
Yes, Nandita Das, there are two Indias that exist – one where the labourers live and the other, from where your father was evicted
About how the Coronavirus lockdown has impacted migrant labourers, Nandita Das said that there exists two Indias
AAP Supremo took to social media to request Muslims to stay at home for Shab-e-Baraat, which is being celebrated on the intervening night of 8th and 9th April.