Delhi riot accused Asif Iqbal Tanha, who wanted turn India into an ‘Islamic country’, denied bail in Delhi Riots case: Read details
Days after confessing that he wanted to turn India into an 'Islamic' country, Delhi riots accused Asif Iqbal Tanha has been denied bail
Author and former IAS officer Sanjay Dixit terminates contract with Bloomsbury, Garuda Prakashan to publish due to be released book
Retired bureaucrat Sanjay Dixit has announced that he has terminated his contract with Bloomsbury for the publication of his book
Congress era NSA with links to George Soros insinuates India’s domestic policy should be decided by the USA
Why does a former NSA think that India's democratically elected government should need the permission, evaluation and approval of the USA before deciding on its domestic policies is another large question mark.
“Wanted to turn India into an Islamic republic”, Delhi riots accused Asif Iqbal Tanha reveals how he engineered anti-CAA riots in Jamia
Asif Iqbal stated that the JCC received funding from radical Islamist organisation such as PFI and Jamia Alumni Association
From Article 370 in 2019 to CAA and Ram Mandir in 2020: How PM Modi used his I-Day speech to talk about promises delivered
On India’s 74th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered his 7th speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort.
Voice samples of JNU student leader Sharjeel Imam match with videos of his seditious speeches, says forensic laboratory report
Delhi Police Crime Branch submitted CFSL report along with transcripts and video files of speeches by Sharjeel Imam in court
Congress leader Captain Amrinder Singh has no right to outrage against Pakistan Gurudwara being turned into a Mosque: Here is why
While concerns raised by Captain Amarinder Singh are not unfounded, it must be remembered that he was amongst those politicians who opposed the humanitarian Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019.
India welcomes persecuted minorities from Afghanistan: First batch of 11 Hindus and Sikhs arrive in Delhi
On Sunday, the first batch of the last remaining Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan landed in India. India is to grant them permanent residency and eventually citizenship.
‘For people like me, India was home and always will be’: Afghan Sikh who migrated to India in 1994 at the start of the...
Sardar Iqbal Singh migrated to India from Afghanistan during the initial stages of the civil war. His daughter was around a year old when they came to India.
Earlier, a 55-year-old Nidan Singh Sachdeva, an Afghan Sikh community leader was abducted by extremist groups and was released after much effort by Indian and Afghan authorities.