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Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Condemns Violence against Muslims in Delhi

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has condemned violence in Delhi

Imam Confirms Authenticity of Ashok Nagar (Delhi) Masjid Video

A mosque in Ashok Nagar was set on fire late on Tuesday (Feb. 25) afternoon. A mob shouting “Jai Shri Ram” and “Hinduon ka Hindustan” paraded around the burning mosque, Badi Masjid, and a Hanuman flag was placed on the minaret of the masjid.

As Delhi Burns, Sikh Gurdwaras Offer Help & Give Shelter To Muslim Families Fleeing Violence

As Delhi is witnessing state-backed violence and attacks on Muslim minority, the Sikh Gurdwaras are offering help and giving shelters to Muslim families fleeing violence.

Modi-Trump Meeting Highlights Anti-Muslim Sentiment in Both Governments’ Policies

Amnesty International India and Amnesty International USA have issued a joint statement about a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.

What Donald Trump Said About CAA, Kashmir, Delhi Violence  and Big Trade Deal 

"We did talk about religious freedom. The PM said he wants people to have religious freedom. They have worked really hard on it. I heard about the individual attacks but I did not discuss it. It is up to India."

Delhi Violence Reminds  Horrific Events of November 1984: Dal Khalsa

Jalandhar: Dal Khalsa today sought the resignation of Home Minister Amit Shah for allowing non-state actors to collude and connive with Delhi police to unleash ...

Bihar Assembly Passes Resolution Against NRC; NRP to be Implemented in 2010 Form: says Nitish

“National Register of Citizens (NRC) bogey being raised despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s categorical statement that NRC is not on anvil,” Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was quoted as saying by a news agency.

Violence Grips Delhi During Trump’s Visit As CAA Supporter Attack Those Opposing It

As per media reports a head constable and a civilian were killed and several paramilitary and Delhi Police personnel, including a DCP, injured as violence spiralled over the amended citizenship law again in northeast Delhi, turning it into a battlefield on Monday (February 24) with frenzied protesters torching houses, shops, vehicles and a petrol pump, and hurling stones.

Gun Shots Again Fired Near Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi

Following the incident, scores of people at the protest site gathered outside the Jamia Nagar police station to register a complaint about the incident.

Renowned Punjabi Novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal Passes Away at 101

Renowned Punjabi novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal passed away today. He was 101 years old and was living at his native village Dhudike in Moga district.

PTC’s Claims About Gurbani and Hukumnama Sahib Are Not Acceptable

PTC Punjabi, a TV channel said to be owned by Badals, has claimed that it has “Worldwide rights” over the broadcast of audio of Daily Hukumnama from Darbar Sahib, Amritsar.

Serial Blasts Rock Assam on India’s “Republic Day”

Amid tightened security for India’s Republic Day (January 26), serial blasts rocked Eastern parts Assam Amid tightened security for Republic Day celebration, serial blasts rocked Upper Assam on Sunday morning.

India Is Increasingly Isolated in Global Opinion: Former NSA Shivshankar Menon

On January 4, 2020, The Wire uploaded a video of a talk delivered by former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon, where he spoke out in stern disapproval of the Centre’s stance on several issues.

Strike by Trade Unions: Points That You Need To Know

The sub-continent wide strike called by trade unions began early today with workers from several sectors joining in the protest.

India: Black Warrants Issued To Execute Death Penalty Awarded to 4 Convicts in 2012 Rape Case

An Indian court today issued black/death warrants to execute death penalty awarded to four convicts in 2012 Delhi gangrape case.  As per the order, the death penalty will be executed on January 22, 2020 at 7 am in Tihar jail in Delhi.

‘Kagaz Nahin Dikhayenge’: Citizens Against Divide to Hold Protest Meeting in Chandigarh on 1 Jan

A large number of organisations pertaining to students, youth, workers, including intelligentsia and social activists held an emergency meeting in the wake of ongoing region-wide protests against the pending resolve of government of India to implement Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC), and National Population Register (NPR).

CAA, NRC May Affect Status of Indian Muslim Minority: Congressional Research Service

The amended Citizenship law along with a National Register of Citizens (NRC) being planned by the Narendra Modi government “may affect the status” of Muslim minority in India, a report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has said.

Detention Number in UP Exceeds GoI’s Official Figure for Detentions in Kashmir

The state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) is facing biggest police crackdown since Muzaffar Nagar violence of 2013. The UP police on Thursday (Dec. 26) said that it has arrested 1,113 people while placing another 5,558 in preventive detention. The police said that it has registered 327 cases so far.

U.S. Deported 929 ‘Indians’ in 2019; Highest in Last 5 Years: NAPA

The U.S. authorities deported 929 Indian, including 42 women, this year. The number is highest in last five years. Disclosing it here Satnam Singh Chahal, director of North American Punjabi Association, said that the information collected from United States' Immigration and Customs Enforcement through Freedom of Information Act disclosed that in 2014 only 87 Indian were deported from USA- six of them were women.

Brutal Crackdown On Student Protests Must End: Amnesty India

In response to the brutal crackdown on student protests across the country who are protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Executive Director of Amnesty India, Avinash Kumar said: “Students have the right to protest. Violence against peacefully protesting students cannot under any circumstance be justified.

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