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Rohingyas sue Facebook for $150 billion over Myanmar violence: What the lawsuit is about, why refugees filed it
World

Rohingyas sue Facebook for $150 billion over Myanmar violence: What the lawsuit is about, why refugees filed it

The Rohingyas are a Muslim ethnic group forced to flee persecution and violence in Myanmar starting in 2017, with an estimated one million living in refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh. Some 10,000 have ended up in the United States

'The Kashmir Files': A remarkable film that brings out gory truth about Hindu genocide in the Valley
India

'The Kashmir Files': A remarkable film that brings out gory truth about Hindu genocide in the Valley

Filmmakers Vivek Agnihotri has done what India has failed to do for 31 years — to show the real face of Kashmiri Hindu genocide

Why Raza Academy’s ‘peaceful protests’ in Maharashtra invariably turn violent and take communal colours
India

Why Raza Academy’s ‘peaceful protests’ in Maharashtra invariably turn violent and take communal colours

To understand the mindset of those running this Academy, one has to look into the exclusivist Sunni-Barelvi ideology

Rahul slams Centre over Tripura violence, says govt pretending to be 'deaf and blind'
India

Rahul slams Centre over Tripura violence, says govt pretending to be 'deaf and blind'

He also alleged that Muslims were being brutalised and those indulging in violence in the name of Hinduism are not Hindus but hypocrites

Afghanistan: Making sense of unabated violence through the prism of ethnicity and religion
World

Afghanistan: Making sense of unabated violence through the prism of ethnicity and religion

Ethnic and religious divides have created fault lines that have influenced Afghanistan’s politics since 1978

'Majority-minority' binary not needed in India, all citizens enjoy equal rights, says Kerala guv Arif Mohammad Khan
India

'Majority-minority' binary not needed in India, all citizens enjoy equal rights, says Kerala guv Arif Mohammad Khan

At a conclave in Delhi, the Kerala governor also asserted that Indian civilisation and 'our cultural heritage' have 'no concept of discrimination' on the basis of religion

China names ethnic Uyghur Erkin Tuniyaz, who gained notoriety for backing Beijing's policies, new Xinjiang governor
World

China names ethnic Uyghur Erkin Tuniyaz, who gained notoriety for backing Beijing's policies, new Xinjiang governor

Tuniyaz has rebuked Western governments' criticism of Beijing's policies in Xinjiang, particularly the use of facilities critics call detention centers but which China says are intended for vocational training and deradicalization

Forced religious conversion cannot be measure of spread of any religion, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
India

Forced religious conversion cannot be measure of spread of any religion, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Naqvi said both believers and atheists have equal constitutional and social rights and protection in India.

Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over Assam eviction drive, alleges Muslims being targeted in state
India

Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over Assam eviction drive, alleges Muslims being targeted in state

Two persons were killed and 20 others were injured when the police in Assam tried to evict encroachers at Gorukhuti and other villages on Thursday

How 9/11 made politicians and media turn terrorism into an Islamic issue
World

How 9/11 made politicians and media turn terrorism into an Islamic issue

Perhaps the most damaging legacy of 9/11, however, has been the homogenisation and Islamisation of the terror threat

In time and age of 'Dismantling Global Hindutva', a day in the life of a Hindu on campus abroad
India

In time and age of 'Dismantling Global Hindutva', a day in the life of a Hindu on campus abroad

From being called "dotheads" and "cow piss drinkers" to being force-fed beef under the garb of a joke or by "mistake", on-campus traumatic episodes are aplenty

US Congresswomen introduce resolution to combat hate crimes against Muslims, Sikhs, South Asians and Arabs
World

US Congresswomen introduce resolution to combat hate crimes against Muslims, Sikhs, South Asians and Arabs

The lawmakers said that these communities continue to experience hate, discrimination, racism and xenophobia two decades after the 11 September attack

Naseeruddin Shah criticises celebration of Taliban among Indian Muslims
Entertainment

Naseeruddin Shah criticises celebration of Taliban among Indian Muslims

"Every Indian Muslim should ask themselves if they want reform and modernity in Islam or the barbarian values of the past few centuries," says Naseeruddin Shah in a viral Twitter video.

‘Dismantling Global Hindutva’ Conference in the US dehumanises Hindus everywhere
India

‘Dismantling Global Hindutva’ Conference in the US dehumanises Hindus everywhere

In their defence, the supporters of this conference, as well as many others with a left-liberal worldview, emphasise that their target is the political ideology of Hindutva and not Hindus as a people

'Dismantling Global Hindutva': The malefic rakshasas and their demonic agenda
India

'Dismantling Global Hindutva': The malefic rakshasas and their demonic agenda

Avowedly against a make-believe 'global Hindutva' movement and presence, these activist-academics' goals are clear: allow for the deracination and delegitimisation of Hindus, demonise Hinduism and balkanise India

'Dismantling Global Hindutva' and the American nexus of Hinduphobia
India

'Dismantling Global Hindutva' and the American nexus of Hinduphobia

Hinduism has been portrayed as a human rights nightmare, the cause of every problem in India

Congress has become irrelevant. It should die for the birth of a new liberal narrative
Politics

Congress has become irrelevant. It should die for the birth of a new liberal narrative

What my fellow liberals are attempting to do in effect is trying to save the Congress from itself whereas all evidence suggests that it has no interest in being saved

Indigenous Muslims in Assam agree that population explosion is a threat, says Himanta Biswa Sarma
India

Indigenous Muslims in Assam agree that population explosion is a threat, says Himanta Biswa Sarma

After meeting over 150 leading indigenous Muslim personalities from various fields, the chief minister said that it was agreed in the meet that population explosion in some parts of Assam is a real threat to the development of the state

Those indulging in lynching are against Hindutva, says RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
India

Those indulging in lynching are against Hindutva, says RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Speaking at an event organised by Muslim Rashtriya Manch, the Muslim wing of the RSS, Bhagwat said there can never be any dominance of any religion but, only 'dominance of Indians'

'Melting pot or a patchwork fabric': Ten lies on India’s culture of co-existence that latest Pew survey has busted
India

'Melting pot or a patchwork fabric': Ten lies on India’s culture of co-existence that latest Pew survey has busted

The Pew survey is based on nearly 30,000 face-to-face interviews of adults conducted in 17 languages between late 2019 and early 2020