COLUMNS

Post-pandemic economic growth dominates G-20 Summit

The Riyadh Summit focussed both on handling the pandemic and the global economic recovery. Asad Mirza The virtual G20 Summit in Riyadh, which was organised under the direct supervision of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (MbS), was indeed able to showcase the leadership capability of the Kingdom on the global stage. As expected … Continue reading Post-pandemic economic growth dominates G-20 Summit

France and Islam

By Asad Mirza The French attacks on Islam and its Prophet are nothing new, we only have to peep a little bit into the past, to find the roots of this hatred. The recent storm over the inflammatory statements against the Holy prophet and Islam itself, by the French President Macron has set the Muslim … Continue reading France and Islam

G20 Interfaith Forum advocates political space for faith leaders

The Forum stressed on the importance of role, which could be played by religious leaders in resolving many global issues By Asad Mirza Attracting an extraordinary assembly of diverse representatives from world’s religious and interreligious networks and communities, the seventh annual G20 Interfaith Forum concluded its meetings mid-October, after five days of virtual sessions which … Continue reading G20 Interfaith Forum advocates political space for faith leaders

Centre in a fix over implementation of CAA

By Gautam Lahiri / New Delhi The Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government at Centre is weighing all options for implementation of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) before the West Bengal state Assembly poll, due next year. Meanwhile, the External Affairs Ministry is busy finalising the agenda for upcoming virtual summit meeting between … Continue reading Centre in a fix over implementation of CAA

Destruction of Islamic architecture in China

An Australian think tanks has brough out considerably verifiable proofs of the destruction of Uyghur and Islamic monuments in Xinjiang province of China. By Asad Mirza Reports of persecution of Uyghur and other minorities by the ruling Chinese Communist Party are not new anymore, and they have always been denied by the Chiese authorities. However, … Continue reading Destruction of Islamic architecture in China

Farm Bills: Boon or Bane for Agriculture Sector

By Kushal Jeena The controversial farm sector bills that the National Democratic Alliance government, NDA has passed in haste during recently concluded Monsoon session of Parliament are all set to provide big national and international companies a free run and would ultimately lead to death of farmers particularly small and marginal. The controversial bills that … Continue reading Farm Bills: Boon or Bane for Agriculture Sector

Corporatisation of Indian Agricultural Sector

The new agricultural laws allow the entry of corporate sector in the vast unorganised agricultural sector, through the back door By Asad Mirza The farmers agitation has spilled on to the highways in some north Indian states. Agitating farmers from Punjab and Haryana may soon be joined by farmers from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar … Continue reading Corporatisation of Indian Agricultural Sector

India’s tryst with destiny

By Sanjay Kumar

Sixty five year is not a long journey in the history of a nation but still a significant expedition. It is the time to assess and reflect on achievements and failures as a state. It is time to understand the impact of the transition that it made from old world view to the new one.

Baba Ramdev: Yogi or Commissar?

Ram Puniyani

Baba Ramdev has been probably most successful of God men of recent times. He claims to have a following of over a billion people. There are an infinite number of people claiming that his yoga therapy and medicines work wonders for their health. Baba in a short span of time has built a multi million empire, his Trust is owning series of Ashrams, ayurvedic drug factories, yoga training centers and many such things, in India and abroad.

Crusade against church

I DO not know who said, “If you are not a Communist in your young age and remain a Communist in your old age, there is something wrong with you”. So I consider it as part of my normal growth that I gravitated to the Left, particularly the CPM, during my student days.Autobiographies of leaders ..

خبرنامہ

ایرانی صدر ابراہیم رئیسی اور وزیر خارجہ ہیلی کاپٹر حادثے میں جاں بحق

ایرانی میڈیا نے ہیلی کاپٹر حادثے میں صدر ابراہیم رئیسی کے جا ...

ایران: صدر رئیسی کے ہیلی کاپٹر کی تلاش کے لیے سرچ آپریشن جاری ہے۔

ایران: صدر رئیسی کے ہیلی کاپٹر کی تلاش کے لیے سرچ آپریشن جاری ...

ناہمواریوں کے باوجود عالمی معیشت میں بہتری کی امید

ترقی پذیر ممالک میں محنت کشوں کے معاوضوں میں اضافہ ہو رہا ہے ...

MARQUEE

Singapore: PM urges married Singaporean couples to have babies during year of Dragon

AMN / WEB DESK Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong has urged married Singaporean couples to have ba ...

Himachal Pradesh receives large number of tourists for Christmas and New Year celebrations

AMN / SHIMLA All the tourist places of Himachal Pradesh are witnessing large number of tourists for the Ch ...

Indonesia offers free entry visa to Indian travelers

AMN / WEB DESK In a bid to give further boost to its tourism industry and bring a multiplier effect on the ...

MEDIA

Tamil Nadu CM Stalin attacks BJP over ‘saffron’ Doordarshan logo

AMN DMK Chief and Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin on Sunday slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) f ...

Broadcasting Authority Penalises TV Channels for Hate-Mongering, Orders Removal Of Offensive Programs

Broadcasting Authority (NBDSA) Orders Times Now Navbharat, News 18 India, Aaj Tak to Take Down 3 TV Shows ...

RELIGION

Uttarakhand: Portals of Badrinath Shrine open for Pilgrims

The portals of the famous Badrinath shrine, located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, opened this morning at ...

Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan Decorated With Imported Flowers Ahead Of Navratri Festival

AMN In Jammu, ahead of the festivl of Navratri, Katra and Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan is decorated with import ...