India

Second-hand anti-Semitism in a Muslim center in India

San Diego Jewish World 20 April 2014
By Navras Jaat Aafreedi

GREATER NOIDA, India — I grew up in Lucknow, a major centre of Muslim scholarship and culture, home to prestigious institutions of Islamic studies, Nadwatul Ulama and Firangi

 

Thousands of NGOs get foreign money but don’t report it

Money Jihad 16 April 2014

India’s home ministry has found that the number of non-governmental organizations receiving funds from outside India is on the rise, and that most of the groups receiving the

 

1,000 Christian, Hindu girls forced to convert to Islam every year in Pakistan: report

India Today 9 April 2014

Around 1,000 Christian and Hindu women in Pakistan are forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men every year, says a report released by Movement for Solidarity and Peace

 

Indian Mujahideen cell paid dues for ops

Money Jihad 7 April 2014

A five-man Indian Mujahideen (IM) cell in Rajasthan funded its activities from monthly dues paid by the members themselves, according to India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). The men

 

Second sunrise of Indian jihad

The Hindu 3 April 2014
By Praveen Swami

Each bombing the Indian Mujahideen carries out is a medium for a political message enmeshed with India’s dystopic communal landscape: that democratic politics cannot defend India’s

 

Second sunrise of Indian jihad

The Hindu 1 April 2014

Each bombing the Indian Mujahideen carries out is a medium for a political message enmeshed with India’s dystopic communal landscape: that democratic politics cannot defend India’s Muslims

 

Hyderabad schoolboy beaten to death after Facebook tiff

India Today 1 April 2014

The old city of Hyderabad is shocked how the virtual world can ruin a real life. Angered by certain Facebook posts and messages, a 14-year-old got beaten to death by a group of six students.

 

Indian police arrest four suspected Islamist militants

GlobalPost 26 March 2014
By Devidutta Tripathy

NEW DELHI - Indian police have arrested four suspected Islamist militants, including an aide of the leader of a militant group accused of several bomb blasts, who

 

Indian Hindu nationalist Modi turns to Muslim voters

Swiss Info 4 March 2014
By Frank Jack Daniel

Narendra Modi, the Hindu nationalist leader tipped as India's next prime minister, appealed to Muslim voters on Sunday and hit out at rivals accusing him of bias against the country's

 

India’s currency change combats counterfeiting, but backdoor still wide open for money laundering

Money Jihad 2 March 2014

An email from our old friend Puneet aprised us to a new initiative in India to replace old currency notes with new notes with enhanced security features. The reason for the change is

 

Amnesty seeks 'more detail' on Indian deaths in Qatar

BBC News 26 February 2014

Human rights group Amnesty International has urged India to give "more transparent information" about the deaths of Indian workers in Qatar, the host nation for the 2022 World Cup

 

Still a Jihadist, says Indian Mujahideen's Yasin Bhatkal

DNA India 26 February 2014

Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal said he left his job to take up jihad and he continues to follow the jihadist ideology. In his confession before a magistrate in Miyapur in Andhra

 

Muslim clergy protest digitization of records

Times Of India 26 February 2014

The government's initiative to create a paperless environment by digitizing records across departments including minorities welfare department has met with stiff resistance

 

Rights groups urge India, Qatar action on migrant deaths

Yahoo 26 February 2014

India came under pressure Friday over the deaths of over 450 nationals in almost two years in Qatar, the host of the 2022 World Cup, with rights groups branding the figures as

 

1,000 Indian workers die in World Cup host Qatar in 4 years

The Times of India 24 February 2014

Almost 1,000 Indians have died in Qatar in the last four years, with over 500 workers dying in the past two- and-a-half years alone, according to an AFP report

 

Indian worker death rate in Qatar 'normal'

BBC News 24 February 2014

Indian and Qatari officials have insisted the death rate among Indian workers in the 2022 World Cup host nation is not abnormal. The Indian embassy in Doha revealed

 

More Than 500 Indian Workers Have Died in Qatar Since 2012

Time 24 February 2014
By Michelle Arrouas

Since the beginning of 2012, 502 Indian workers living in Qatar have lost their lives, official figures confirmed by the Indian embassy in Doha shows

 

Amnesty seeks 'more detail' on Indian deaths in Qatar

BBC 24 February 2014

Human rights group Amnesty International has urged India to give "more transparent information" about the deaths of Indian workers in Qatar, the host nation for the 2022 World

 

Amnesty seeks 'more detail' on Indian deaths in Qatar

BBC News 24 February 2014

Human rights group Amnesty International has urged India to give "more transparent information" about the deaths of Indian workers in Qatar, the host nation for the 2022 World Cup

 

Terrorism and Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICNs): A Growing Menace

The Terror Finance Blog 21 February 2014
By Animesh Roul

The fake currency trade has been haunting Indian security establishments as well as economic intelligence agencies for quite a long time. Most recently in February 2014, the

 
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