Hamid Ansari News
Hamid Ansari fraternised with Pak journalist Mirza: Senior advocate shares image to 'debunk' ex-VP's claims
Adish Aggarwala said Ansari 'chose not to disclose about the Jama Masjid United Forum’s event in order to mislead government agencies & the public.' Pakistani journalist Mirza claimed that he visited India several times and collected information for ISI
From inviting ‘spy’ Pak journalist to not saluting national flag, the controversies haunting Hamid Ansari
Hamid Ansari is once again in the eye of the storm after reports surfaced that he invited a Pakistani journalist to India, who shared information with the ISI. In the past, the former vice-president has been accused of ‘exposing’ R&AW in Iran and holding a ‘secret’ meeting with Pakistan officials
Congress condemns BJP's 'insinuations and innuendos' against Hamid Ansari, Sonia Gandhi
BJP's Gaurav Bhatia asked Ansari and the Congress to come clean on claims of Pakistani journalist Nusrat Mirza that he had visited India five times during UPA rule and passed on sensitive information collected here to ISI
Not fair to say those who made statements about Prophet Mohammad were lightweight: Hamid Ansari
Hamid Ansari also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "silence" on the matter was "very meaningful" and not accidental
Head-on | Of serving foreign, not Indian, interests: How Hamid Ansari is symptom of a deeper malaise
Modi-itis is an affliction that deranges minds in a group of ageing former power brokers, durbaris and dalals deprived of privilege and pelf
Why there’s a sudden surge in international efforts to destabilise Modi government
The international campaign against the Modi administration is mainly sponsored by Western governments as well as the Sino-Pakistani alliance even if the visible face of the downstream protagonists may appear more innocuous
Hamid Ansari comments on human rights irk BJP: What you need to know about controversy
The former vice-president expressed his concern over the rising trend of Hindu nationalism at a panel discussion organised by the Indian American Muslim Council, which in the past has raised issues pertaining to the safety of Muslims in India
Former VP Hamid Ansari, four US lawmakers express concern over human rights situation in India
The comments were made at a virtual panel discussion organised by the Indian-American Muslim Council on Wednesday
Hamid Ansari says two events in his last week as Vice President of India caused 'offence in some quarters'
In his book, Ansari, who demitted office in August 2017 referred to his speech at the 25th Convocation of the NLSIU and a TV interview, where he spoke about apprehensions of insecurity among minorities
Books of the week: From a translation of Phoolsunghi to Robert Elgood’s The Maharaja of Jodhpur’s Guns, our picks
Our weekly roundup of books that should be on your radar.
When Parliament makes bad laws, judges end up doing what lawmakers should do, says former VP Hamid Ansari
When Parliament makes bad laws, they end up in courts where judges do what the lawmakers should be doing, former vice president Hamid Ansari said on Saturday
Year on from Hamid Ansari's return home after spending 6 years in Pakistani jail, he's still getting used to life in Mumbai
Today, (18 December, 2019) marks a year since Hamid Ansari returned home after spending six years in a Pakistani jail over allegations of being a spy
Sushma Swaraj set high standards for MEA by taking diplomacy to people, was always just a tweet away
Swaraj — who was also the most followed foreign minister in the world — took several path-breaking measures during her term, such as the expansion of the passport infrastructure and the enhanced engagement with the Look East policy.
Jawaharlal Nehru helped democracy survive in India, tweets Rahul Gandhi on former PM's death anniversary: Narendra Modi, Sonia, Pranab Mukherjee pay tribute
Jawaharlal Nehru death anniversary: From Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former president Pranab Mukherjee, former vice-president Hamid Ansari to Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, UPA chairperson Sonia, prominent politicians and leaders paid tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru on the former prime minister's 55th death anniversary on Monday.
India releases jailed Pakistani nationals Abdullah and Mohammed Imran Qureshi Warsi across Attari-Wagah border
Abdullah was detained from Attari in 2017 while Warsi spent 10 years in Bhopal jail on charges of forgery and spying after coming to India in 2004.
Two days after return to India, Hamid Nehal Ansari greeted with cheers and hugs in hometown Mumbai
Hamid Nihal Ansari was arrested in Pakistan in 2012 for illegally entering that country from Afghanistan, reportedly to meet a woman he had befriended online. Authorities in Pakistan slapped espionage charges against him
Daily Bulletin: President's Rule in J&K from tomorrow; ISRO satellite to launch today; rights groups seek Facebook board overhaul; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Governor's Rule ends in Jammu and Kashmir; Satya Pal Malik recommends President's Rule; MNS chief Raj Thackeray gets bail in 2008 case; ISRO’s new communication satellite to launch today; and more.
Hamid Ansari to return to India via Wagah today: Indian national was in Pakistani custody for six years on espionage charges
Hamid Ansari had entered Pakistan on 12 November using fake identification documents to meet a woman from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province who he had befriended on Facebook. He has been in Pakistani custody since then.
Hamid Ansari says India just as responsible for Partition as Pakistan, claims 'it was easier to blame Muslims'
Hamid Ansari, while speaking at the launch of Saeed Naqvi's new book Being the Other - The Muslim in India, said India was just as responsible as Pakistan for Partition.
Best tribute to Somnath Chatterjee is to stand in firm defence of Constitution, says Manmohan Singh at memorial service
At the memorial service held for late Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee, former prime minister Manmohan Singh while paying homage said that best way to preserve his memory is to stand firm in the defence of the Constitution.