‘Earlier Hindus thronged the premises, distributed food, and money’: Dewan of Delhi’s Nizamuddin dargah says Hindu visitors have decreased by 60% in the past...
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Delhi's Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya Dargah's Dewan claimed that during the past year, the number of Hindu visitors to the Dargah has decreased by almost 60%
Delhi HC allows the reopening of Nizamuddin Markaz, the first epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak in India, during Ramzan
The Delhi HC granted permission for reopening of the mosque at Nizamuddin Markaz for the month of Ramzan
Nizamuddin Markaz to reopen for Shab-e-barat after Delhi HC orders, had become the first epicentre of Covid-19 outbreak in India
The Delhi HC has given a nod to Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi during Shab-e-Baraat for a few hours between March 18 and 19.
Centre opposes full-reopening of Covid-19 epicentre Nizamuddin Markaz, says only a few will be allowed to offer prayers for Shab-e-Baraat: Read why
Union government opposed the full re-opening of the controversial Nizamuddin Markaz building in southeast Delhi
Govt to Delhi High Court: Nizamuddin Markaz building is part of an ongoing investigation, can’t reopen yet
"The said case is under investigation wherein notices have already been served seeking details of plot/plots related to Masjid Banglewali Markaz, Kashif-ul-Uloom madarsa, Basti Nizamuddin to provide ownership documents etc", the Delhi Police affidavit mentioned.
Amid rising cases of COVID-19, Delhi HC allows Nizamuddin Markaz, once a hotspot, to be made operational for devotees
On March 24, the Union govt told the Delhi HC that 50 people chosen by the Waqf Board can offer prayers inside Nizamuddin Markaz.
Attempts to draw false equivalence between the Kumbh Mela and Tablighi Jamaat congregation do not make sense: Here’s why
Attempts are being made to draw false equivalences between the Kumbh Mela and the Tablighi Jamaat congregation last year.
A year after becoming a coronavirus hotspot, Nizamuddin Markaz opens again just as COVID cases begin to rise
On March 24, the Union government had told the Delhi High Court that 50 people chosen by the Waqf Board can offer prayers inside the Markaz.
‘If govt does not form a committee, we will stay the laws’: Supreme Court wades into the domain of Legislative discretion
Prior to this, SC raised concerns over 'farmers' protests turning into another superspreader Tablighi Jamaat event
SC raises concern over ‘farmers’ protests turning into another superspreader Tablighi Jamaat event, directs centre to issue guidelines
SC drew a parallel between the ongoing 'farmer' protests and the controversial Tablighi Jamaat congregation