Jamia Millia Islamia cancels lecture to be conducted by SC lawyer J Sai Deepak on ‘Minority rights’: Here is what happened
On the morning of 30th April, Mr J Sai Deepak was informed that his online lecture was cancelled. However, there is a string of events that happened between the invite being extended to the invite being rescinded.
Watch: National Minorities Commission Chairman Ghayorul Hasan Rizvi slams Zafarul Islam’s statements, says Indian Muslims are safe and free
Ghayorul Hasan Rizvi slammed Delhi Minorities Commission chairman's statement where he had threatened Hindus in India claiming that Arab nations will create an 'avalanche' against them.
SC dismisses petition seeking minority status for Hindus where they are in minority, asks petitioners to approach individual HC
Petition to declare Hindus a minority was filed by Ashwini Upadhyay saying Hindus are deprived of benefits
As Muslim mob pelts stones on Nankana Sahib, NDTV journalist worries about visuals being used for ‘pro-CAA propaganda’
Sreenivasan Jain was concerned about videos of Nankana Sahib attack being used for 'pro-CAA propaganda'.
The proposed legislation applies to those who were forced to seek shelter in India due to persecution on the ground of religion. It aims to protect such people from proceedings of illegal migration.
Sadanand Dhume: Typical brown sepoy ‘liberal’ who peddles nonsense unfettered by reality hitting him in the face
In the liberal clown world, competence is not a concern, allegiance to the dogma is. And one person who has benefited greatly from it is Sadanand Dhume.
Non-Muslims cannot become Prime Minister or President in Pakistan, Imran Khan govt rejects amendment to constitution
The parody country Pakistan has yet again displayed its contempt towards the already persecuted religious minorities in the country.
Religious persecution: Pakistan’s Sikh ex-lawmaker seeks asylum in India, says Army and ISI dictate Imran Khan
43-year-old Baldev Kumar is a former MLA from Pakistan's Barikot reserved seat in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Kumar said he wants political asylum in India as minorities are being persecuted in Pakistan.
Abduction and forced conversion of Hindu girls: Sushma Swaraj questions Imran Khan’s ‘Naya Pakistan’
India's minister for external affairs Sushma Swaraj had taken cognisance of the issue earlier and had asked the Indian High Commission in Pakistan for a detailed report of the incident.
AAP propaganda site owner gets angry after India expresses concerns over atrocities against Hindus in Pakistan
Sushma Swaraj's move to seek details of the Incident had agitated quite a few people in Pakistan, including their Information and Broadcasting minister Ch Fawad Hussain, who saw it as an intervention in Pakistan's internal matters.
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