Jordan joins other Islamic nations to dissolve the radical organisation ‘Muslim Brotherhood’: Read details
Jordan's top court dissolved the transnational Islamist movement Muslim Brotherhood last week. Since 2014, the Jordanian authorities had considered it illegal, arguing its licence was not renewed under a 2014 law on political parties.
Islamic preacher Zakir Naik asks Muslim countries arrest non-Muslims Indians criticising Islam and try them under blasphemy laws
Zakir Naik is facing charges in India of indulging in unlawful activities that incited terror in the country
Arnab Goswami has been at the forefront of the campaign against the drag racket in Bollywood and has not pulled any punches.
Lust for property, forced conversion to Islam and brutality: More details emerge in Sonbhadra beheading case
The Sonbhadra murder did not happen in the heat of the moment but was well thought of, calculated and a cold-blooded one, says VHP leader.
Torched a bus on 16th Dec, on 17th, pelted stones at Hindus: Explosive new details in Tahir Hussain’s supplementary disclosure statement
Delhi police, in the chargesheet pertaining to FIR number 59, has filed another disclosure statement made by Tahir Hussain that gives a glimpse into just how well organised the Delhi riots were
Mathura court to decide maintainability of Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi petition on 30th September
Bombay High Court plays the audio clip of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut wherein he called Kangana Ranaut, ‘Haramkhor’. Read details
Sanjay Raut's lawyer, Pradeep J Torat, countered the allegations by claiming that Sanjay Raut did not name Kangana Ranaut in his statement.