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Malappuram’s Love Jihad factory: Missing girls, conversions, marriages and ISIS exports

Cases of Love Jihad in Kerala have been the cause of concern for Hindu and Christian communities. They claim targeted radicalisation of girls, forced conversions and terror recruitment.

Citing Hadiya case, 16-year-old Muslim girl approaches SC to hold her ‘marriage’ valid per Islamic law as she has attained puberty

The woman's advocate has stated that the 16-year-old girl's father is interfering with her right to live with her life partner whom she had chosen after attaining puberty and married through a valid 'Nikahnama'.

Chief Mentor at Live Law files contempt petition against Sabarimala Tantri for closing the Shrine after entry of women

PV Dinesh is the founder and Chief-Mentor at Live Law, the news portal for legal journalism. He has previously filed another contentious petition regarding Sabarimala

Hadiya’s father’s fate awaits all Hindus if they don’t wake up to cultural challenges

The denial of the mainstream narrative of Hindu concerns will spiral the country into a hub of communal politics.

‘I was a communist, but I fail to understand how talking about Hindus becomes ‘communal’: Hadiya’s father joins BJP

He said that he was a communist since childhood but of late the party is playing dirty vote-bank politics eyeing minority votes.

“Forced conversions in Kerala a reality, CM, government and political parties not taking it seriously,” says NCW chairperson

Rekha Sharma said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was like "an ostrich who is keeping his head buried in the sand."

Islamist organisation which supported Hadiya, accused of giving death threat to another inter-faith couple

Harrison, a Christian, married Shahana recently, and they have alleged harassment

Radical Islamist outfit PFI spent Rs 1 crore on Hadiya’s case

PFI claims it paid 94 lakhs to lawyers, spent 5 lakhs on travel

After SC verdict in her favour, Hadiya meets chief of an Islamist hardline organisation

The organisation is under the radar of NIA for its suspicious activities

How the most intolerant wins – Nassim Taleb’s latest book has an important lesson for India

Nassim Nicholas Taleb's latest book 'Skin In The Game' warns about a phenomenon we're seeing in India.

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