BKU calls Mahapanchayat amid heavy police deployment

Muzaffarnagar, Jan 29: After the Red Fort violence on January 26, politics has intensified over the farmers’ agitation at Delhi’s Ghazipur border in protest against the Central farm laws. Bharatiya Kisan Union President Naresh Tikait has organised a Mahapanchayat in Muzaffarnagar area of Uttar Pradesh on Friday. A possible tussle between the local administration and the BKU has been averted. The administration has allowed holding a ‘Kisan panchayat’. At the same time strict security arrangements have been made and traffic diverted for its smooth movement. The farmers have started arriving at…

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Educational progress of Indian Muslims : An analysis

By Dr. Mohammad Ghitreef Education always reveals the causes and motives of change. It examines and understands the meanings of change and transformation for the society and the nation. It teaches the community to move forward in life along with the world. The word education system generally refers to the current secular system prevalent in the country and also includes the mode of education, exclusive to Muslims. In this short essay, we will try to review the educational progress of Muslims with reference to the both. The educational progress of…

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Withdraw sedition charges against senior journalists immediately : Editors Guild

By Special Correspondent New Delhi: The Editors Guild on Friday demanded immediate withdrawal of the cases against senior editors and journalists, including current and former office bearers of the guild for reporting on the farmers’ protest rallies. It also condemned the “intimidating manner” in which police registered FIRs for sedition and other charges against senior editors and journalists. In a statement, the guild said journalists were specifically targeted for reporting the accounts pertaining to the death of one of the protestors on their personal social media handles as well as…

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Urdu Press This Week : R-Day anarchy, Arnabgate dent BJP’s image; Bengal gain a consolation

By Quamar Ashraf Apart from routine publication of statements/press releases of different community organisations and individuals, the naming of proposed mosque in Ayodhya – to be built in lieu of Babri Masjid – after 1857 mutiny warrior Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah, got some prominence, albeit with a pinch of salt. Slow pace of vaccination due to reports of side-effects, even death, and opacity around vaccine flashed daily. In this regard, Prof Akhtarul Wassey’s article in Inquilab (25 January) severely criticised ulema for calling coronavirus vaccine haram over the use of pork…

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Ex Wakf council secy counters Naqvi’s claim of Gps-enabled mapping of Waqf properties

GPS mapping of Waqf properties is being done on war footing claims minority minister Naqvi , however former Central Waqf Council secretary questions the claim. By Abdul Bari Masoud New Delhi: The Central government on Thursday claimed that the digitisation of all the state Waqf boards has been completed and a Geo Tagging/GPS mapping of Waqf property is being done on war footing by the prominent institutions. There are about 6 lakh 64,000 registered waqf properties spread across the country. Questioning the claims, a former secretary of Central Waqf Council said…

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