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Read in Quran that women can pray in mosques: Couple who filed SC plea

After studying religious texts and consulting community members, the couple finally decided to file a petition in the Supreme Court.

Chinese envoy calls Muslim detention centres 'campuses'

At the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Executive Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng reiterated Friday China's insistence that the detention centres are designed to provide training and fight regional terrorism.


Muslim detention camps are like ‘boarding schools,’ Chinese official says

“Some voices internationally have said Xinjiang has concentration camps or re-education camps. These claims are pure lies,” Shohrat Zakir said.

How Muslim MLA numbers have jumped

The number of Muslim MLAs in the Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Assemblies are now two and one, up from one and none respectively in the 2013 Houses.

Muslim youth are fleeing this UP village after police book 200 under terror law

The police have arrested 19 people from Khair and claimed to have identified 52 others. Police officials, however, now claim the UAPA was invoked wrongly, and that they will drop it from the FIR.

In Good Faith: The Hindus with Hussain

Hussaini Brahmins, various Hindu figures mark Muharram


Absence on the bench

Except that the professionalism of the judiciary tends to decrease as one climbs down the judicial institutional ladder.

Please don’t #TalkToAMuslim

Class privileges warp perspectives on what is empowering, and for whom.

Why #TalkToAMuslim

We need to acknowledge marginalisation and confront it head-on

The dwindling minority

Drop in Muslim representation in legislatures is related to the rise of the BJP.

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Muslims observe Muharram in Kolkata, Delhi

Muharram, which is considered to be the most sacred of the months for Muslims was observed on Tuesday (November 4) amid tight security in the national capital with heavy police deployment in sensitive areas.

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Opinion | The secret history of Muslims in the US

Muslims have been in the US since the time of the earliest explorers and have left their mark on everything from the White House to the Marine Corps uniform.

Want a dialogue with all parties to settle the Ayodhya dispute, says union minister Uma Bharti

Union Minister Uma Bharti has said that leaders across party lines must come together and sort out the Ayodhya dispute through dialogue. She also said that those in the government want to build a temple at the disputed site but will need support from