TMC MP Nusrat Jahan defends her TikTok dances as an ‘entertainer’, labels who question her silence over protests for food in her constituency as...
When social media users pointed out how people in Basirhat are starving amidst lockdown, Nusrat Jahan brazenly shared another TikTok video
TMC MP Nusrat Jahan gets death threats and a fatwa for celebrating Durga Puja, Rajdeep Sardesai rues hidden ‘Islamophobia’
Rajdeep Sardesai likened the calling out of rampant bigotry displayed by Darul Uloom Deoband cleric against TMC MP Nusrat Jahan as 'Islamophobic'
Radical Islamists have targeted TMC MP Nusrat Jahan for participating in Durga Pujo celebrations.
Muslim cleric attacks TMC MP Nusrat Jahan for attending Durga Puja festivities, says it haram in Islam
Nusrat Jahan has found herself at the receiving end of the Islamists’ fury ever since she got married to a Hindu Jain man
The 48th edition of the Ratha yatra organised by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) since 1971, will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
The Fault in our Stars: The tale of Nusrat Jahan and Zaira Wasim, a clash of personal choice and religion
Nusrat Jahan and Zaira Wasim created quite the storm on social media with their 'personal decisions'.
‘I represent an inclusive India’, MP Nusrat Jahan reacts to fatwa against her issued by Deoband clerics
She says that she still remains a Muslim and no one should be commenting on what she chooses to wear
Fatwa issued against Nusrat Jahan for wearing Sindoor and Mangalsutra, Deoband cleric says “A Muslim can only marry a Muslim”
Nusrat Jahan Ruhi recently had married a Hindu Jain man. She was seen taking her oath as a parliamentarian wearing the traditional adornments of a Hindu married woman.
Nusrat Jahan was under fire from Islamists online for embracing Hindu custom of applying sindoor in the Parliament
Lok Sabha MPs Nusrat Jahan and Mimi Chakraborty struggle their way out as media mobs them outside Parliament
The actors-turned-politicians were flooded with questions and requests for pictures from the media persons outside the Parliament today.
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Pakistan borrows $1 Billion from its all-weather ally China to repay $1 Billion Saudi Arabia loan to avoid default on international debt obligations
China tightens its grip over Pakistan, gives $1 billion loan to repay Saudi Arabia's $1 billion loan, grants 90% of $6.8 billion railway project
CBI registers case against Rhea Chakraborty, her family and aides in Sushant Singh Rajput death case
CBI files case against Rhea Chakraborty, her father, mother, brother and 2 others in Sushant Singh Rajput's death case
‘As a CM I have no problem with any religion, but as a yogi, I will not go for a Mosque’s ground-breaking ceremony’: Yogi...
When asked whether he will attend ground-breaking ceremony for the mosque at Ayodhya, Yogi Adityanath said that he will not be invited
President of the All India Imam Association Sajid Rashidi had said that a mosque will be rebuilt after demolishing the Ram Mandir
Government and Policy
The 15th EU-India Summit was held in the virtual space, which can be called the Covid-19 era normal. Before the pandemic made its presence felt, this Summit was planned to be held in March in Brussels.
Twitter user arrested by Maharashtra police for criticising the Uddhav Thackeray govt on social media
Mumbai Police arrested Twitter user Sunaina Holey for posting against Maharashtra CM and his son, to be presented in court today
Yuva Sena registered complaint against twitter user for calling Aaditya Thackeray "Baby Penguin" and Uddhav Thackeray "Aurangzeb"
While most Bollywood actors and cricketers chose not to welcome Ram Mandir, here are the ones who did not shy away
Only a few actors and sportspersons celebrated Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan and shared wishes on social media.
After body of Sameer Sharma was recovered from his house, a case of accidental death has been registered by the Malad police
Muslims chose to stay back in India: An analysis of the mythical, unsubstantiated trope that is used to make Hindus feel guilty
Muslims who stayed back in India after the partition, did not primarily do so out of their innate love for mother India