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India: Delhi University drops 'India’s Struggle for Independence', the book under criticism by the Hindu Right

Saturday April 30th, 2016 05:47:31 AM
The HinduDelhi University drops controversial book Updated: April 30, 2016 07:45 IST | Staff ReporterDelhi University has decided to stop the sale and distribution of a Hindi translation of the book titled “India’s Struggle for Independence”, which has been part of DU’s History curriculum for over two decades.The book has been in the limelight for its reference to Bhagat Singh as a “

India: Hindutva buffoon with high access to Modi govt wants book 'India’s Struggle for Independence' by acclaimed historian the late Bipan Chandra banned

Friday April 29th, 2016 05:10:03 AM
The Hindu, April 29, 2016Ban sought on Bipan Chandra’s book Vikas PathakIt refers to Bhagat Singh as a ‘revolutionary terrorist’Hindutva activist Dinanath Batra has written to HRD Minister Smriti Irani to get the late historian Bipan Chandra’s book India’s Struggle for Independence “banned, recalled from everywhere and destroyed.”Expressing outrage at reports that the book —

Publication Announcement: 'Indian Nationalism versus Hindu Nationalism - Politics of the RSS Combine By Ram Puniyani'

Friday April 29th, 2016 02:22:03 AM
Indian Nationalism versus Hindu NationalismPolitics of the RSS CombineBy Ram PuniyaniIntroductory Chapter by Professor Richard Bonney, Leicester University, UK About the Book India has been witnessing an intense debate over the concept of nationalism for the last few decades, especially with the Ram Temple issue and Babri demolition, though its roots lie in the colonial period when two

Violence in Bangladesh - Campaign of terror against Bangladesh’s liberal voices (The Economist)

Friday April 29th, 2016 01:16:35 AM
The EconomistViolence in BangladeshCampaign of terror against Bangladesh’s liberal voices Recent murders have cut to the quick of the country’s civil societyApr 27th 2016 | DHAKA | AsiaTHE KILLERS came as couriers, a suspicious-looking group of five or six. The parcel they carried, to a flat in Dhaka on April 25th, was filled with machetes. Once inside they hacked to death Xulhaz Mannan,

India: Madhya Pradesh Police, Bajrang Dal stop church wedding in Satna

Thursday April 28th, 2016 02:19:10 PM
The Indian ExpressMadhya Pradesh Police, Bajrang Dal stop church wedding in Satna Accompanied by Bajrang Dal activists, a Kolgawan police team entered the Church of God in India and arrested 10 people, including pastor Sam Samuel and the groom’s parents.Written by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Updated: April 28, 2016 satna_map_759 A map showing Satna in Madhya Pradesh where a wedding at a

Article on on 2006 Malegaon blasts: 'The truth speaks and asserts itself’ - The Hindu - 26 April 2016

Thursday April 28th, 2016 01:09:51 AM
The Hindu, 26 April 2016 ‘The truth speaks and asserts itself’ by Mubasshir MushtaqDr Farog Makhdoomi, a Unani doctor, was surprised when police officers came knocking on his door on October 19, 2006 in connection with the September 8, 2006 blasts which killed 37 and injured over a hundred. “The saviour,” he said, “became the perpetrator in the eyes of the Maharashtra ATS."On that fateful

India: The disgrace at Malegaon - Editorial, The Tribune, April 27, 2016

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 08:31:53 PM
The Tribune, April 27, 2016The disgrace at Malegaon Right-wing terror cases to test NIA credibilityThe discharge of the nine accused Muslims in the 2006 Malegaon blasts case leaves a blot on the functioning of India’s premier investigative agencies. A failure to hold top bosses accountable encourages them to misuse anti-terror laws. Framing innocents in crimes they have not committed has

No houses on rent for minorities: UN expert hits out at Indian mindset (catchnews)

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 07:59:38 PM
catchnews - 24 April 2016No houses on rent for minorities: UN expert hits out at Indian mindsetCatch Team @catchnews | 24 April 2016QUICK PILLThe discrimination It has been observed time and again that Indian landlords don't easily rent out houses to Muslims or women Especially in the case of religious minorities, this leads to ghettoisationThe expert view UN's Special Rapporteur on

India: Secular politics needs Gandhian courage | Apoorvanand

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 06:32:29 PM
The Indian Express, April 26, 2016Secular politics needs Gandhian courage Democracy in India, affirmed through elections, is pushing Muslims to the margins.Written by ApoorvanandAbout Author Apoorvanand The writer teaches Hindi at Delhi University. “Festival rubs off scars,” claimed a newspaper report that was accompanied by a photograph of Muslim men distributing water and sweets

How the Maldives is Failing to Stem Violent Extremism By Azim Zahir

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 11:28:30 AM
Unless this politics of radicalisation is managed, it will be difficult to address the real issue of religious radicalisation and “Islamisation” of non-religious radicals.

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