The matter was highlighted after bike thief Tabrez Ansari who was beaten up by people died of cardiac arrest in police custody.
Congress mouthpiece says ‘Muslims have sat quiet and subdued’: Here is how they are wrong and how their dog-whistling might not work
National Herald published an article that said that the first year of Modi Sarkar 2.0 has been the 'worst possible year' for Muslims in the country.
Six months back, an angry Muslim mob chanted 'goli maaro saalo ko', but the media and politicians conveniently ignored.
Tabrez Ansari died in police custody 4 days after he was thrashed by a group of man on the allegation of stealing a bike
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print says Muslims silent over Tabrez Ansari, after multiple violent protests by Muslim mobs rocked parts of India
In the article, titled 'Indian Muslims are silent over Tabrez Ansari because of Muhammad Ali Jinnah', Shekhar Gupta led The Print argues that the Indian Muslim community has been beaten into silence by the all-encompassing Evil Hindu Fascism.
Jharkhand Police has dropped the murder charges in the chargesheet filed against the 11 accused in Tabrez Ansari's death case.
Time to act against a threat that can’t be ignored: Here is how Chinese TikTok poses a threat to Indian sovereignty and national security
The privacy policies of TikTok are a matter of concern considering the fact that user information can be accessed by the Chinese government and that, could be a threat to national security.
Abusive actor Ajaz Khan who was arrested for inciting communal tension was ‘framed’, claims his wife, says he did nothing wrong
Khan was arrested by Mumbai Police on Wednesday last week for posting objectionable videos amounting to communal incitement on Tiktok and other social media websites
‘Do Courts ask Muslim accused to do Ramayan or Durga paath’?: Woman granted bail on condition of distributing 5 copies of Quran
Ranchi court had ordered bail for Richa Bharti on the condition that she distributes 5 copies of Quran in the next 15 days
Court asks Ranchi woman to distribute copies of Quran while granting bail over her Facebook post over Tabrez Ansari’s death
A Ranchi Court granted conditional bail to Richa Bharti who is accused of 'hurting religious sentiments' of Muslim community over a Facebook post. She has been asked to distribute copies of the Quran.
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