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नुरुल नबी की मौत, झारखंड की स्वास्थ्य व्यवस्था और सीएमसी वेल्लोर

रांची: गिरिडीह निवासी 35 साल के नुरुल नबी की मौत ने कई सवाल छोड़ दिए, जिनका जवाब मिलना ज़रूरी है, नहीं तो झारखंड के नौजवानों की मौत का सिलसिला जारी रहेगा और हम सिर्फ मातम...

IAMC Challenges Tripura Police To Prove Its link with ISI

Washington, DC: The Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), a US-based non-profit advocacy group has unequivocally condemned the claims made by Tripura Police in an affidavit submitted to India’s Supreme Court that it was connected with...

Jharkhand has the world record of the longest continuous closure of primary schools—Jean Dreze to Jharkhand CM

Ranchi: Well-known economist and social activist Jean Dreze writes to Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on the closure of primary schools for two years now and its impacts on the education of underprivileged children in the...
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Everyday Attack on Muslims, When Will The Majority Stand UP Against It?

Kolkata: From the lynching of Akhlaq Ahmed, Pehlu Khan, Alimuddin Ansari, Tabrez Ansari to the slapping of UAPA on scholars and the brightest students hailing from the community including the likes of Sharjeel Imam, Umar...

आरपीएन के पार्टी छोड़ने का मनाया जश्न, क्या ये नयी काँग्रेस है?

राँची: काँग्रेस के नेताओं का पार्टी छोड़ना, कोई ज्यादा नयी बात नहीं होती मीडिया के लिए, पर जिस तरह झारखंड में आरपीएन सिंह के पार्टी से जाने का जश्न मनाया गया वो ध्यान खींचने वाला...

US Religious Freedom Commission Lists Khurram Parvez, Siddique Kappan As Freedom of Religion or Belief Victims

Washington, DC: The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) puts human rights defender Khurram Parvez and journalist Siddique Kappan on the Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) Victims List. The Indian American Muslim...

A solo cyclist builds self-sustaining villages amids pandemic

Kolkata: Jaipur’s solo cyclist Ankit Arora had started his all-India journey to make it to the Guinness World Records for traversing the country in 150 days, but mesmerised by the cultural diversity, he has managed...

India is at high risk – number two in the world – for a genocide

Washington, DC: Experts from Amnesty International USA and Genocide Watch, leading global human rights watchdogs, have said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Islamophobic policies and tolerance of open incitement by Hindu extremists for the genocide...

eNewsroom India clocks half-a-decade

eNewsroom India is a digital media organisation covering Tier-2 cities in eastern and central India. It is a bi-lingual news portal in English and Hindi focussing primarily on four Indian states—West Bengal, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh...

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Understanding the Hijab judgement through different voices

“We must distinguish between the right to wear Hijab and the issue of hijab. My support of girls’ right to wear hijab is NOT an endorsement for...

Covid Curtails Congregations but Takes us Down Memory Lane

The Covid-19 caused lockdown and norms of physical distancing have robbed the people of the opportunities to congregate and celebrate their festivals. Many religious...

Jadavpur University professor attacked by former student

Kolkata: A 45-year-old Professor of Jadavpur University attacked on Friday outside university premises by a former post-graduate student. The student was stalking the professor for...

Mamata returns Shah’s volley: ‘Apologize for Delhi Genocide’

Kolkata: "Delhi has suffered a planned genocide which was later camouflaged as a communal riot,” Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee...

Is Harsha Bhogle entitled to opine on cricket or not?

Kolkata: First-hand experience does not qualify a person to rubbish opinions of lesser mortals and even take swipes at them on air. If you...