Indian Muslim

More than 20,000 Muslim men and women attend Tablighi Ijtema in Manipur

By Dr Syed Ahmed for,

Imphal: The three-day state-level Tablighi Ijtema in Manipur which commenced on March 28 concluded on March 30 with a supplication (dua) for peace and prosperity in the state.

The Ijtema was organized at the Kiyamgei Laphupat paddy field in Imphal East district.


WB police delay submission of report; 11-year-old girl from Maharashtra continues to stay in juvenile home

By Zaidul Haque,,

Kolkata/Bangaon: Thanks to negligence of over 10 months by West Bengal police, an 11-year-old girl from Maharashtra continues to remain at the juvenile home in West Bengal even as her mother is running from pillar to post to seek her release.

Parvin Qasim Sheikh has urged the Additional Chief Sub judicial magistrate at Bangaon to release her daughter but the state police have not submitted the report about her daughter. This has prevented the court from handing over her daughter to Sheikh.

पंच-नामा : जन्नत में बाढ़, नज़मा हेपतुल्ला की विदाई, एनआईए की चार्जशीट, जनता परिवार और ‘आप’के हालात

By TwoCircles.Net staff reporter,

कश्मीर में लगातार आ रही आपदा किसका इम्तिहान ले रही है, नरेन्द्र मोदी सरकार से एक अल्पसंख्यक मंत्री की छुट्टी तय, बर्दवान धमाकों की चार्जशीट से क्या मतलब, ‘आप’का मुस्तकबिल अर्श पर या फर्श पर और आ गया जनता दल परिवार का मूर्तरूप....पांच खबरें और उनकी पड़ताल

1. कश्मीर में बाढ़ और राजनीतिक परीक्षा की घड़ी

Army prepared for rescue operations in flood-hit Kashmir

Srinagar: The Indian Army has kept 20 columns, equipped with boats and water pumps, ready for rescue operations in the flood-hit Kashmir valley, officials said on Monday.

The columns -- comprising 100 to 125 personnel -- and rescue boats with water pumps have been kept ready, army officials said.

Two IL-76 transport aircrafts have, meanwhile, flown in two companies of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel to Srinagar from Bathinda.

17 die as floods ravage Kashmir

ArraySrinagar: Up to 16 people were killed on Monday as a devastating flood in the Kashmir Valley forced thousands to flee to safer places as rain-fed streams rushed down the mountains, flooding parts of Srinagar. A man was washed away by a swollen river in Jammu region.

As the water level in the Jhelum river rose menacingly, a high alert was sounded in the region. Fearing a repeat of the terrible September 2014 floods that killed over 200 people, entire families deserted their homes in low-lying areas.


BJP ally in Maharashtra opposes beef ban; many other organisations join hands to pressurize govt

Committee for the Protection of Democratic Rights (CPDR), Mumbai calls beef ban in Maharashtra ‘unconstitutional’.

By Staff Reporter,

Mumbai: The Republican Party of India (A), a partner in the NDA government at the BJP-led government at the Centre, has declared his opposition to the beef ban law in Maharashtra brought in by the BJP-led state government. His announcement comes within days of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh announcing Central government’s inclination towards banning beef across the country.

Flood horror haunts Srinagar, people abandon homes, shops

Srinagar: Nisar Hussain, 65, who lives in the Gogjibagh residential area of Srinagar, repents his decision to have come back home after three months. For his 60-year-old wife and 27-year-old daughter, this has been the second uprooting after unprecedented floods hit Jammu and Kashmir last year.

When flood waters rose to the second floor of his house in September 2014, Nisar and his family remained trapped in the attic for three days before the army's rescue team came to move them out in motor boats.

Burdwan blast: NIA names 21 for bid to overthrow Dhaka regime

ArrayKolkata: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a special court on Monday named 21 people, formally charged with involvement in the Burdwan blast case, for conspiring to overthrow the existing democratic government in Bangladesh.

In a charge sheet filed before an NIA special court, the agency said the 21 people, accused in the Bardwan blast case, were involved in the conspiracy of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), an outlawed terrorist outfit in Bangladesh, to overthrow the Dhaka government.

Floods ravage Kashmir; 16 buried alive as houses collapse

Kashmir: Sixteen people were buried alive as two houses collapsed and a young man was washed away in floods that ravaged the Kashmir Valley on Monday following four days of incessant rainfall. Anxious people fled to safety as the Jhelum river rose dangerously and swollen streams rushed down mountains.

Authorities on Monday declared Jammu and Kashmir as flood-hit and people feared a repeat of 2014 when surging waters left a trail of death and destruction in the state.


System of impunity breaks the soul of terror-acquitted journalist

If the jails were harsher for Iqbal Ahmed Jakati, life outside after he walked as a free man was not pleasant anymore. Even after getting a clean cheat from the courts, the corrupt system continues to push him to the wall.

By Staff Reporter,