Karnataka government bans five-time Namaaz by the public in mosques, Iftar parties during Ramzan amid coronavirus pandemic
Karnataka govt orders that only Mosque staff can offer Namaaz in the mosque during Ramzan without using loud speakers
International media outlet ‘The Guardian’, propagates an anti-Hindu agenda which fairly contributes in defaming and stigmatizing everything that is related to Hinduism
Angry at not being invited to an iftar party, three Muslim men shoot dead three kids of the host family
Recently in another incidence communal tensions had erupted in Meerut after a video showing Muslim men beating up shopkeepers went viral
Possible attack planned on 23rd May, which is also the 17th day of Ramzan, the day when Battle of Badr was fought.
Supreme Court rejects plea seeking to reschedule poll timings for 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections in Ramzan
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court had asked the EC to see whether the polls could be commenced at 5 am in view of Ramzan and to pass the necessary order.
As Ramzan starts today, The Quint decided to tell its readers about the benefits of While for fasting and what it does for one's well-being.
Muslims call for boycott of Chinese products to oppose atrocity on Uighurs and ban on Ramzan in China
As the month of Ramzan has commenced, many observant Muslims across the world have registered their protest against the Chinese atrocity upon the Uighur Muslims by calling for a boycott of Chinese products during Ramzan
The Supreme Court, on May 2, had asked the Election Commission to consider the plea seeking to change the poll timings from 7 AM to 5 AM during Ramzan coinciding with the last three phases of the Lok Sabha elections.
Terrorists kill a BJP leader in Kashmir the day Mehbooba Mufti appeals to terrorists to not carry out terror attacks during Ramzan
Despite threats from militants, Gul Mohammad Mir's security was withdrawn by the government.
SC asks EC to check if voting can start at 5 AM after petition saying Muslim voters during Ramzan would face difficulty due to...
The Supreme Court has asked the Election Commission whether polling can start from 5 AM during the Muslim fasting period of Ramzan.