She is a former member, Planning Commission.
Abul Kalam Azad’s commitment to religion, the nation, lights the path for Muslims, secular Hindus
Today Rajsamand is no faraway place. And the Shambhulals know they can get away with murder
How the experience of education in a Delhi school collides with the culture of their homes for a bunch of young Muslim girls
In polarised times, Abdur Rahim could be a national icon for his syncretism
A biography of Sonal Mansingh highlights her ceaseless struggle to lead life on her own terms
Lahore Lit Fest was affected by terror attacks. Its resilience is admirable.
A book analyses how the Muslim came to be identified as the “other” in India.
Islam does not discriminate in allowing entry to places of worship. Yet, the Bombay High Court judgment upholding Muslim women’s right to enter the Haji Ali Dargah was constrained to invoke the constitution.
Her death has raised voices of sanity against marauders in the name of religion.
New body must retain the Commission’s mechanisms for Centre-state discussion
Karachi and Lahore are cities that at once breathe life,youth and terror
The wretched are hurting the wretched,and the only gainers are the fundamentalists
Election 2014 should be fought on the issue of violence against women
The Delhi high court has upheld Shumailas dignity by allowing her to live with her husband
We need a standalone law to deal with honour killings
Muslim concerns today,or the colonial census.
Violence against women under the cover of diplomatic immunity is an old,old story
Children are the focus of the 12th Plan. Lets start with Jammu and Kashmir...
Responding to the news report,What was Plan panel member doing in a Muslim protest,Modi asks Montek at noisy meeting, Syeda Hameed,member,Planning Commission,has written...
Stray comments are often played up to reinforce stereotypes against Muslims...