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Saudi king empowers young reformer son in succession shake-up 22.6.2017 DNA: India
Saudi Arabia's King Salman made his son next in line to the throne on Wednesday, handing the 31-year-old sweeping powers as the kingdom seeks a radical overhaul of its oil-dependent economy and faces mounting tensions with regional rival Iran. Although Mohammed bin Salman's promotion to crown prince had long been expected among those who follow the royal family closely, the timing was a surprise and puts the kingdom's future in relatively untested hands. Mohammed bin Salman replaces his cousin, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran security chief who led the Saudi campaign against Islamic State and al Qaeda, at a time when Riyadh faces tensions with Qatar and Iran and is locked into a war in Yemen. His appointment may make Saudi policy more hawkish against arch-rival Iran and other Gulf rivals such as Qatar, increasing volatility in an already unstable region, analysts said. "Under his watch, Saudi Arabia has developed aggressive foreign policies (Yemen, Qatar) and he has not been shy about making strong ...
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A warrior prince rises in Arabia 22.6.2017 Rediff: News
The Middle East's power house is about to get a new ruler who is only 31 and he may lead Saudi Arabia for decades, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
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LIVE! London mosque attack suspect was 'thrown out of local pub for attacking Islam' 20.6.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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'What bravery is it that you molest our women, disrobe them?' 20.6.2017 Rediff: News
'Dalits will only suffer in the days to come.'
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No country for Muslims? Those detained after 9/11 can’t sue enforcement officials, says US Supreme Court 19.6.2017 DNA: Popular News
The Supreme Court says Muslim men detained after the September 11 attacks can't sue top US law enforcement officials. The justices by a 4-2 vote today ended a long-running lawsuit against former Attorney General John Ashcroft, former FBI Director Robert Mueller and other top Bush administration officials. The suit was filed by Muslim men who were detained for months in harsh conditions in a Brooklyn jail after the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. They were seeking damages against Ashcroft, Mueller, former immigration chief James Ziglar and the man who ran the federal jail. A lower court still may re-examine claims against the jailer. Only six of the nine justices were eligible to take part in the ...
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Law protects Indian expats in Saudi but people do get laid off: Saud Al Sati 18.6.2017 TOI: India
Saudi Arabia is in the news mostly for the wrong reasons. An ongoing crisis with Qatar, a battle for regional power with Iran, a war in Yemen, Daesh and al-Qaida at its doorstep, Pakistan’s close ally, daily reports of guest worker abuse ... Yet, as India’s top oil supplier and a security partner, it counts for a lot.
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Waqf Board to be formed by Aug 31: State government 17.6.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
After a year-long legal battle, the state government on Friday stated it would constitute the Waqf Board by August 31, and issue notification for the election process soon. The high court first division bench of chief justice R Subhash Reddy and justice Vipul Pancholi disposed of the public interest litigation moved by the state convener of Seva Waqf Property Movement after recording the statement made by the state government, assuring it would hold elections for board members before August 31. As per the Waqf board constitution, the management committee should have seven members of which four are elected and the rest are state government nominees.  As far as the elected members are concerned, there must be a Muslim Member of Parliament from the state, a Muslim member of State Legislative Assembly and a Muslim member of the Bar Council of Gujarat. The fourth seat is reserved for a ‘muttawali’ or trustee of the Waqf board. However, he has to file a nomination. The petition was moved in October 2016, and a ...
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Besieged by the BJP, Left struggles to stay alive 15.6.2017 Rediff: News
As the BJP snaps at its heels, can the Communists stay relevant in the electoral game?
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Beef ban will affect ritualistic slaughtering on Eid: Petition in Kerala HC 14.6.2017 TOI: Cities
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Telangana yet to receive any AIMPLB advisory on triple talaq 14.6.2017 TOI: Cities
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Building blocks of harmony, not hate, in Punjab 12.6.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
In a shining instance of communal harmony, members of the Sikh and Hindu communities have come together to revive once abandoned mosques in Punjab. After Partition, thousands of Muslims migrated to Pakistan, leaving behind abandoned structures that were once used for worship. In a bid to reach out to his Muslim brethren, the Shahi Imam of Punjab, Maulana Habibur Rehman Sani, has been working tirelessly to give these mosques a new lease of life with the help of members from the Hindu and Sikh communities. "The situation in Punjab is different as compared to other parts of the country. Sikhs and Hindus are joining hands to restore these mosques. They are also generous with donations," says Mohammad Muktseem Ahrari, Principal Secretary, Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam."In the last 70 years, we have been able to revive over 360 mosques, some in rural areas, where only a few Muslim families reside," he added. In December 2016, after over 70 years, the doors of Masjid Umar on Sarai Road near Phagwara were opened ...
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Muammar Gaddafi's son Gaddafi son Saif al-Islam freed from Libya after 6 years in captivity 11.6.2017 DNA: Top News
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has been freed by an armed group in western Libya where he was being held following the 2011 revolt against his late father, former leader Muammar Gaddafi, one of his lawyers and the brigade involved said. He was released in the town of Zintan under an amnesty law passed by a parliament based in eastern Libya, lawyer Khaled al-Zaidi said on Sunday, adding that Saif was headed to another city which could not be named for security reasons. Saif, 44, is the most prominent of the late leader's children, and was touted by some as a possible successor before the uprising six years ago in which Gaddafi was toppled and killed. It is unclear what role the younger Gaddafi could play in Libya, where a complex array of armed groups and competing governments are vying for control. But some in eastern Libya, where military commander Khalifa Haftar has been building power, have been pressing for Saif's release amid a push from former regime figures to reassert influence. Earlier reports that Saif ...
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Fast friends: Hindu woman has observed rozas for 34 years 11.6.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Pooriben Leuwa, 85, a Hindu who has been observing rozas during Ramzan for the past 34 years, says that she and her Muslim friends "share a faith called love".
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Muslim body condemns attack on Iran 7.6.2017 TOI: Cities
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UP: 50 Dalits tonsure heads to protest against Yogi government's inaction 7.6.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
About 50 members of Dalit Panther tonsured their heads in Kanpur on Wednesday, to protest against spurt in crime against Dalits under Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government in Uttar Pradesh. Led by its President Dhaniram Panther, members held a demonstration at Shikshak Park in Kanpur on Monday. They were protesting against atrocities being committed against Dalits, backwards and Muslims across state. “The law and order is at its lowest in Uttar Pradesh. Fake cases are being slapped on Dalits in Saharanpur and other places. The ploy of the BJP-RSS is to establish an upper caste monarchy by suspending the rule of law,” Dhaniram ...
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RSS leader: 'Gosht' is cow meat, Quran prohibits eating it 7.6.2017 Rediff: Interviews
'In Mecca and Medina, cow slaughter is not allowed'
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Trump ramps up rhetoric on travel ban, urges Justice Department for 'tougher version' 5.6.2017 DNA: India
US President Donald Trump urged his administration to seek a tougher version of his controversial travel ban proposal on Monday following a weekend attack in London, and pressed for an expedited judicial review by the nation's top court. "The Justice Dept. should have stayed with the original travel ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted to S.C.," Trump, referring to the U.S. Supreme Court, wrote in a series of early morning tweets on the issue. "The Justice Dept. should ask for an expedited hearing of the watered down travel ban before the Supreme Court - & seek much tougher version!" tweeted Trump, who as president oversees the department. Last week, Trump's legal team asked the nation's top court to allow his controversial March 6 executive order, which blocks citizens of six predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States, to take effect immediately despite being blocked by lower courts. The Supreme Court rarely grants emergency requests. In any event we ...
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Who'll draw inviolable thin line between tolerance, intolerance? 5.6.2017 TOI: India
The intelligentsia appear concerned over the serious dip in tolerance levels in India, especially after the advent of self-appointed zealous protectors of cow and cattle.
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Why the triple talaq issue is a win for the BJP 3.6.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'The BJP, or the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, are celebrating their biggest ideological and philosophical victory in some time,' says Shekhar Gupta.
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Patiala cops bust module making pressure cooker bombs 2.6.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
Patiala police on Thursday claimed to have busted a pressure cooker bomb making unit in Darshan Nagar locality, allegedly being set up by a former secretary of the market committee and his engineer son.
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