Sikhs grateful for Pakistan’s gift of peace and solidarity, the Kartarpur Corridor on Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary

    Be the voice of free press…LIKE, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE. We are on social media, Thanks By Vijaylakshmi Nadar, Copy

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Headmaster suspended for making students sing Allama Iqbal’s poem in U.P. India

SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT… TIO,  for Independent Journalism & Expert Analysis. SUBSCRIBE TIO. The poem “Lab pe aati hai dua” was

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Tulsi Gabbard, U.S. Congresswoman Meets India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York City

SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE… TIO for Independent Journalism & Expert Analysis TIO:  NEW YORK CITY, September 27, 2019 — Congresswoman

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Muharram is not about ‘Happy New Year’

By  Dr. Faisal Hassan. Copy Edited By Adam Rizvi: During the Pre-Islamic era, years were marked with great events of

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Imran Khan: The World Can’t Ignore Kashmir. We Are All in Danger.

If the world does nothing to stop the Indian assault on Kashmir and its people, two nuclear-armed states will get

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Minions Could Have Sportingly Leaked Portfolios In A Carnival of Democracy

The great TV anchors, God’s gift to Indian journalism, who has been Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s shrill town criers these

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That Day in Gujarat. What pregnant Bilkis Bano Survived, gang-raped, brutal massacre of her 14 family members including her 3-year-old baby.

The Supreme Court recently ordered the Gujarat government to give Bano Rs 50 lakh, a job, and a house –Too

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Delhi Congress Muslim leaders seek at least one Lok Sabha ticket in national capital

In a letter written to Congress president Rahul Gandhi Saturday, a group of five ex-MLAs, three of them having been

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Progressive Manifesto Gives One Signal, Fighting Left In Kerala Another

Rahul Gandhi’s choice of Wayanad as his constituency in South India has set tongues wagging. Is this an insurance just

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BJP trying to turn LS polls into ‘khaki election’, says Shashi Tharoor

Thiruvananthapuram, March 18 The Lok Sabha polls should be fought on “perennial issues” like poverty and disease and not on

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