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Indian Terrorism and Samjhauta Express

  0 comments   |     by Raja Faisal

If India can release the terrorists behind Samjhauta Express, why should Pakistan do more than it already has done? What is alarming for India’s judicial system is Swami Aseemanand’s confession, in which he admitted to wanting to teach Muslims a lesson. PHOTO: THE

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Five Indian Soldiers killed in Maoist attack

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Nakulnar:  0 9 April 2019 at least five military soldiers including a legislator (Member Legislative Assembly), were killed in Maoist attack in Chhattisgarh today. The members of the outlawed group attacked the BJP MLA Bhima Mandavi’s convoy near Nakulnar in Dantewada district and killed him.Reports sa

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India’s blood-stained Democracy

  0 comments   |     by Mirza Waheed

Last September, a lawmaker in Indian-Held Kashmir stood up in the state’s legislative assembly and spoke of a valley filled with human carcasses near his home constituency in the mountains: “In our area, there are big gorges, where there are the bones of several hundred people who were eaten by crows.” I read about this in faraway London and w

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India must handle Kashmir dispute carefully

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Beijing, MTT News Desk: China has said that if the Kashmir dispute is not handled carefully by India, it may have negative impact on Beijing’s bilateral relations with India. However, it said that China had no intentions to meddle in the dispute. The statement was given by the Spokesman and the DG of the Information Department of Ministry of Defence, Seni

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India Must Stop Killing and Torturing

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Human Rights Watch (HRW), an international human rights body, has urged the government of India to stop human rights violations by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) along the Bangladesh border and prosecute those responsible. Human Rights Watch has also asked Bangladesh government to take a stronger stand against the Indian government to stop the killing and to

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India: State and Human Rights Minorities

  0 comments   |     by Ram Puniyani

In Kalyan a Muslim youth Bilal Shaikh was slapped with a non boilable cognizable offense (May 2012) under section 333, after he jumped the traffic signal. He was assaulted brutally by the police for having arguments with them, suffered a fracture in right arm and was in jail for eight days. The policemen who beat him up got released with the non cognizable warrant.&

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Trump-Modi-Netanyahu

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This trio has distinct similarities. Modi leads the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, and is an avid Muslim hater where India is home to about 191 million Muslim citizens. Similarly the Trump campaign was characteristically anti-Muslim, which enthused many Hindus in India and the United States to sustain Trump’s bid for the presidency with the anticipa

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Darkness behind Deceptive Screen of India Shining

  0 comments   |     by Asif Haroon Raja

On one hand India claiming to be champions of democracy, secularism and human rights propagates that India is shining, on the other it suffers from highest rate of poverty, illiteracy, infant mortality, inequalities in society. There is unbounded poverty, mass illiteracy and entrenched social divides. Social system of India is founded on inequality, intolerance, rel

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India Must Free Binayak Sen Immediately

  0 comments   |     by Subhankar Banerjee

In 1970 Howard Zinn began his now–famous speech “The Problem is Civil Obedience” with these words: “I start from the supposition that the world is topsy–turvy, that things are all wrong, that the wrong people are in jail and the wrong people are out of jail, that the wrong people are in power and the wrong people are out of power, that

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Pakistan and the Naxalite Movement in India

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Indian Maoist militants, known as Naxalites, have been meeting with members of the outlawed Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), according to the director-general of police for India’s Chhattisgarh state. Based on information from a police source, state police chief Vishwa Ranjan said Nov. 11 that two LeT operatives attended a Naxalite meeting in Ap

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