BBC issues apology to Islamic outfit Raza Academy for hurting Muslim sentiments by displaying a portrait of Mohammad
Maulana Moin Ashraf Quadri, who is the head of the organisation, cleric Mohammad Saeed Noori and Congress MLA Amin Patel had approached the Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh to register an FIR against BBC Hindi for the usage of a certain 'blasphemous' image in one of their shows.
Newslaundry columnist and ex-AMU student leader Sharjeel Usmani booked in Pune for his hate speech against Hindus
Delivering a venomous speech targeting Hindus, Usmani had said that the 'Hindu Samaj' of today is "rotten" to the core.
Christian woman asks colleagues to chant Jesus’ name, stripped and thrashed in Pakistan: Here’s what happened
A case was registered against the victim under Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) Section 295-C (blasphemy) after she was thrashed.
Has Karan Johar’s Takht been shelved following outrage over its Islamist writer? Here is what we know so far
Takht ran into controversy last year over its Hinduphobic Islamist writer Hussain Haidry, with Netizens asking to boycott the movie.
Turkey: Four students allegedly depict the Kaaba next to LGBTQ flag, detained and called ‘deviants’ by Interior Minister
Condemning the artwork as an 'ugly attack' on Islam itself, the cops detained four students on the 'suspicion' of denigrating religious values.
‘Burqa clad women attacked police party: Bail of one Tabassum denied and how it proves again that Delhi violence was coordinated
Justice Yadav mentioned that all this prima facie indicates that everything was being done under a well hatched conspiracy, the common object whereof was to cause blockage of the main Wazirabad Road and if resisted by the police, then to go to any extent to liquidate them by use of force.
Chennai tense as Thowheed Jamaath members protest after their Pakistan-owned HQ was seized under Enemy Property Act
The Thowheed Jamaat, whose building is registered as the property of Pakistan, had received several notices from the state authorities for violating the Enemy Property Act.
‘Comedian’ Munawar Faruqui, who mocked Hindu victims of the Godhra riots of 2002 in his shows, sent to judicial custody
A local court in Indore rejected the bail pleas of the accused and sent them in judicial custody. Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Aman Singh Bhuria refused to grant bail to Faruqui and other four and remanded them in judicial custody till January 13.
Karnataka: Watch Radical Islamic outfit SDPI raising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans during poll celebrations, 15 booked
Police said they have registered a case against 15 SDPI members for raising Pakistan Zindabad slogans under various sections
The police restored a mild lathi-charge after Congress and SDPI party workers clashed in front of the polling station at Harekala on Tuesday, December 22.