ARTICLES

Indian Church and Nation Building

Christianity in India is as old as many other religions in India By Madhu Chandra India Christians set to celebrate the 1970 years of Christianity in India on 3 July 2021. Historically, Indian Christians observe the martyrdom day of St Thomas on 3rd July every year. Christianity in India is as old as many other … Continue reading Indian Church and Nation Building

Palestinian Issue: Is A Solution Possible?

By Asad Mirza During the last week hundreds of Palestinian protesters have been wounded in clashes with Israeli police and more than 197 are dead in Gaza and 10 in Israel, 42 were killed in the early hours of 17 May only, after the Israeli rocket attacks and bombarding by Israeli planes on Palestinian settlements … Continue reading Palestinian Issue: Is A Solution Possible?

Yet Another Eid Under Lockdown

It seems as if the Muslims have become habitual of offering even the most looked after prayers at home, due to the prevailing circumstances Asad Mirza It seems as if the Muslims across the globe have become habitual of observing their most important festival, the Eid ul-Fitr, under Lockdown. This year it’ll be the third … Continue reading Yet Another Eid Under Lockdown

Concept of a Model Mosque in India

The Muslim community should try to evolve the construction of the mosques, at a lesser cost besides fulfilling both functional and practical needs, and making it a centre of learning and practice. By ASAD MIRZA In Islam, a mosque is a humble way for man to create a place where divine presence on earth could … Continue reading Concept of a Model Mosque in India

Muslims in a Whirlpool

In face of the unending controversies besieging the community, Indian Muslims should strive to present a united front and face these challenges proactively. By Asad Mirza It seems as if the forces inimical to the Indian Muslims have made it a strategy to challenge the community on one issue or the other in a sustained … Continue reading Muslims in a Whirlpool

Pope Iraq visit: Tolerance and coexistence central to humanity

Pope’s historical Iraq visit underlined his commitment to interfaith dialogue, tolerance and coexistence, and their necessity in today’s world. By Asad Mirza The Head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis arrived in Iraq, last Friday, 5 March, to a red carpet and military-band reception, at the beginning of the first-ever papal visit to Iraq. He … Continue reading Pope Iraq visit: Tolerance and coexistence central to humanity

Hyper-nationalism creates socio-political problems: Hamid Ansari

Exclusive interview of former vice president Hamid Ansari Former Vice President of India, Mohammad Hamid Ansari’s memoir, “Many A Happy Accident’: Recollections of a Life”, has created a flutter for many reasons, mainly for his observation that secularism is “disappearing from the Narendra Modi government’s vocabulary”.  Before becoming VP, Ansari, 84, served as Indian ambassador to … Continue reading Hyper-nationalism creates socio-political problems: Hamid Ansari

Changing Contours of Indo-US Ties

By Asad Mirza After tolerating four years of tantrums, mood swings and fits, bad language, and the worst idiotic and overtly racist behaviour when defeated by any US president, the world keenly awaited the change of power in the oldest democracy in the world when Joe Biden took over as the new American president. Similarly, … Continue reading Changing Contours of Indo-US Ties

UK’s new avatar

Post-Brexit strategy poses great challenges for the UK; to redefine its internal and external policies besides handling the worsening pandemic situation calls for pragmatism in a large dose, says Asad Mirza Now that the UK has left the EU and has lost the shelter of the EU’s single market and customs union at a time … Continue reading UK’s new avatar

Arab politics post Qatar-Saudi rapprochement

The recent rapprochement between Qatar and Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and other GCC members may have positive fallout on the regional relations and balance of power, writes Asad Mirza With Saudi Arabia and Qatar signing a friendly bond that ended the three-year long economic blockade, which Riyadh had imposed on its tiny Gulf neighbour, … Continue reading Arab politics post Qatar-Saudi rapprochement

SPORTS

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Positive parenting vital for protecting children: NCPCR

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Google Doodle Honours Poet, Freedom Fighter Subhadra Kumari Chauhan

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