Old stories: Month wise

Feature: Brutal lathicharge on farmers unmasks true face of BJP-JJP govt

(National Herald)  The inhuman and cruel act of the Manohar Lal Khattar government that left scores of poor farmers, protesting to lodge their resentment against the Union government’s Farm Laws, injured has been widely criticised by every section of the society

Read More »

Three children among 5 killed in Uttarakhand’s latest landslide

Dehradun, Aug 31 (KMS): Five people were killed after a landslide struck Jumma village in Uttarakhand’s border district of Pithoragarh. Two people, who were injured, have been airlifted to Dharchula town for treatment. Search operations were progressing. Sources said three children were among the five killed. “The team of administration …

Read More »

5 killed as floods hit Assam, Telangana

New Delhi, Aug 31 (KMS):  At-least five persons have been reported dead in flood related incidents in Assam and Telangana. Floods in Assam claimed two lives–  the first deaths reported in the state due to the deluge this year — as the rising water of the Brahmaputra and its tributaries …

Read More »

3rd COVID wave in India could peak between Oct-Nov

New Delhi, August 31 (KMS): India may see a third wave of Covid-19 peaking between October and November if a more virulent mutant than the existing ones emerge by September, but its intensity is expected to be much lower than the second wave, a scientist involved in the mathematical modelling …

Read More »

Afghan Sikhs, Hindus to be allowed to travel: Taliban

New Delhi, August 31 (KMS):  The Taliban has said Afghan Hindus and Sikhs are allowed to travel outside the country and a prominent Sikh leader in Kabul asked the authorities to fulfill their commitment by allowing them to attend religious ceremonies in India connected with the 400th anniversary of Guru …

Read More »

APHC-AJK holds demo against disappeared persons in IIOJK

Islamabad, August 30 (KMS): The All Parties Hurriyat Conference Azad Jammu and Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter on the occasion of the International Day of Disappeared, today, held a protest demonstration in front of National Press Club, Islamabad, against thousands of disappeared persons in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and demanded …

Read More »

Unnerved by Taliban takeover in Afghanistan Modi regime launches crackdown on social media users

Srinagar, August 30 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, unnerved by takeover of Afghanistan by Taliban, Modi-led fascist Indian regime has decided to further tighten noose around social media users and launch a crackdown against them by branding them as “white-collar jihadis”. Sources privy to the development said …

Read More »

Kashmir settlement vital for durable peace in region: DFP

Srinagar, August 30 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP) has said that settlement of the long-pending Kashmir dispute is vital for durable peace in the region. The DFP spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar deplored that the India forces …

Read More »

Article: Muslim minds, not bodies, are targets of Hindutva vigilantes

The last decade has seen the emergence of a new genre of Hindutva violence. In this genre, ritualised acts of public violence are enacted on the bodies of hapless Muslim individuals by Hindutva mobs that can range in degree from thrashings to lynchings, recorded on smartphones, and disseminated over social media. The latest victim of this phenomenon was the Indore bangle seller, Tasleem Ali, whose ‘viral’ public humiliation beamed across social media and television during the past week, likely reaching the living rooms of hundreds of thousands of people.

Read More »