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Terrorism has no Religion!
NI Wire, Thu, 20 Nov 2008
In India, the Islamic scholars are continuously opposing the terrorism, at the national level. Well known that the world level religious organisation in India, Darul Uloom, Devband an international Islamic university in India issued Fatwa
Is this cultural nationalism or vandalism?
M Shamsur Rabb Khan, Fri, 7 Nov 2008
An ABVP activist went up to the dais and spat on SAR Geelani's face twice, saying 'shame, shame'. Perhaps the young man does not know the meaning of the word shame himself.
"Ladies Only": A Response to Nature's Call
NI Wire, Sat, 25 Oct 2008
Up until five years ago, every monsoon, the little tribal village of Gothangaon, would use up the entire stock of diarrhoea and gastroenteritis medication issued to the Adegaon Panchayat (village council) to which it is linked.
Political speech to suit the purpose
M Shamsur Rabb Khan, Tue, 21 Oct 2008
Very few in India except his staunch apparatchiks in the Sangh Parivar would doubt that the leader of the opposition, L K Advani is a shrewd public speaker, who can rouse rubble and stir movement, and hence create communal polarisation. He speaks as
In Assam paddy ripens, but people fear to go for harvesting
NI Wire, Fri, 17 Oct 2008
When we reached Bhakatpara M.E. School and L.P. School Relief camps in Darrang district of Assam on October 16, it was ten past half and the sun was bestowing its ample light and heat
A dream come true
How Mitu fought for her daughters' lives
Stop "Chalta Hai - Chalnedo" Attitude
Terror in the lap of technology