A Mariyam Alavi

'A Mariyam Alavi' - 32 News Result(s)

  • NDTV Analysis: Since 2014, 365% Jump In Action Targeting Rivals, Critics
    India News | Written by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Tuesday September 20, 2022
    There has been a 365 per cent jump in action by Central investigative agencies against political and ideological rivals of the BJP under the NDA government at the centre since 2014, compared to UPA -II, an NDTV analysis has found.
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  • Budget 2022: Food, Fertiliser & Petroleum Subsidies Reduced
    Business | Reported by Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Prashun Talukdar | Tuesday February 1, 2022
    A substantial reduction in subsidies -- primarily for fertiliser, food and petroleum -- has been announced in the Union Budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for the financial year 2022-23 (FY23) on Tuesday.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • Haridwar Hatemonger Jailed For Hate Speech Too, Cops Now Say
    India News | Reported by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Monday January 17, 2022
    Yati Narsinghanand, who organised the event in Haridwar last month that called for the genocide of Muslims, has now been remanded in the Dharam Sansad hate speech case, police officials told NDTV. He was arrested two days ago in a different case.
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  • Hatemonger Arrested For Misogyny, Not Haridwar Event Speech: Police
    India News | Reported by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Arun Nair | Sunday January 16, 2022
    Yati Narsinghanand, who organised an event in Haridwar last month that called for the genocide of Muslims, was arrested for objectionable remarks on women, and not for hate speech at the Dharam Sansad or religious assembly, the police told NDTV a day
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  • Under BJP Government, Cases Against Political Rivals Explode: NDTV Analysis
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi with Sreenivasan Jain | Wednesday December 22, 2021
    Action by Central agencies against the BJP government's rivals and critics has witnessed a massive spike since the BJP-led government came to power in 2014, an NDTV analysis has found.
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  • On Hate In India, Facebook's Surprise Findings
    India News | Written by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Friday November 12, 2021
    Content promoting hate surged in India on topics from elections to Covid to the 2019 protests against a new citizenship law, show Facebook's internal documents reviewed by NDTV.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Documents Planted On Computers: New Report After Stan Swamy's Death
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi, Srinivasan Jain | Tuesday July 6, 2021
    A day after activist Stan Swamy's death, a report from an American forensic agency claims that incriminating evidence was planted on the computer of Surendra Gadling, who, like the Christian priest, was arrested under a harsh anti-terror law.
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  • Bihar Saw Nearly 75,000 Unaccounted Deaths Amid 2nd Covid Wave, Data Shows
    India News | Written by Aruveettil Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday June 19, 2021
    Bihar's Civil Registration System showing a difference of about 82,500 between the number of deaths in January-May 2021 and the same period last year. Yet, the official Covid-related death number during this time is only a little over 7,700.
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  • Data Points At Possible Undercounting Of Covid Deaths In Madhya Pradesh
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Saturday June 12, 2021
    Indicating a massive undercounting in COVID-19 deaths in Madhya Pradesh, the number of reported deaths in the state during the second wave was over three times more than the average number of deaths reported during these months in pre-Covid times.
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  • All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws
    India News | Reported by Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday January 12, 2021
    The four members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee to help resolve the ongoing farmers' protest, have taken pro-farm law stance in the past, NDTV has found. The committee was named on Tuesday evening in an order of the court, which was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the Centre's farm laws passed in parliament in September. In its o...
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  • UP's Anti-Conversion Law "Unconstitutional", Say 4 Former Judges
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Friday December 18, 2020
    Four former judges have criticised the new anti-conversion ordinance of Uttar Pradesh, aimed at curbing cases of "love jihad", calling it unconstitutional, against fundamental rights, and one of the strangest laws, with one even terming "love jihad" a "creation of religious extremists for the purpose of dividing people."
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  • Pregnant UP Woman Sent To Shelter Over Interfaith Wedding Now In Hospital
    India News | Written by A Mariyam Alavi | Monday December 14, 2020
    A young pregnant woman, packed off to a government shelter after her husband and his brother were arrested under Uttar Pradesh's new anti-conversion law, has been hospitalized twice in three days over complaints of stomachache, bleeding and spotting.
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  • How UP's New Anti-Conversion Law Is Being Used To Harass Hindu-Muslim Couples
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Thursday December 10, 2020
    An NDTV investigation into the case of a young Hindu woman heckled inside a police station in Uttar Pradesh by Hindutva activists because she had married a Muslim man has found multiple weak links in the case and actions against the couple.
    www.ndtv.com
  • No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and Mariyam Alavi | Tuesday November 24, 2020
    Eleven of 14 inter-faith marriages in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, involved criminality, but there is no evidence of conspiracy or foreign funding, the Kanpur police have said, contradicting claims about the so-called "love jihad". Over the past months, Chief Ministers of several BJP-ruled states have promised to bring laws to combat "love jihad" -- a te...
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  • Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More
    Business | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Monday November 23, 2020
    According to the data available with the Controller General of Accounts, however, the central government's total spending fell from Rs 14.9 lakh crore in April-September 2019 to Rs 14.8 lakh crore in April-September 2020, a drop of almost 1 per cent.
    www.ndtv.com/business

'A Mariyam Alavi' - 42 Video Result(s)

'A Mariyam Alavi' - 32 News Result(s)

  • NDTV Analysis: Since 2014, 365% Jump In Action Targeting Rivals, Critics
    India News | Written by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Tuesday September 20, 2022
    There has been a 365 per cent jump in action by Central investigative agencies against political and ideological rivals of the BJP under the NDA government at the centre since 2014, compared to UPA -II, an NDTV analysis has found.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Budget 2022: Food, Fertiliser & Petroleum Subsidies Reduced
    Business | Reported by Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Prashun Talukdar | Tuesday February 1, 2022
    A substantial reduction in subsidies -- primarily for fertiliser, food and petroleum -- has been announced in the Union Budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for the financial year 2022-23 (FY23) on Tuesday.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • Haridwar Hatemonger Jailed For Hate Speech Too, Cops Now Say
    India News | Reported by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Monday January 17, 2022
    Yati Narsinghanand, who organised the event in Haridwar last month that called for the genocide of Muslims, has now been remanded in the Dharam Sansad hate speech case, police officials told NDTV. He was arrested two days ago in a different case.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Hatemonger Arrested For Misogyny, Not Haridwar Event Speech: Police
    India News | Reported by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Arun Nair | Sunday January 16, 2022
    Yati Narsinghanand, who organised an event in Haridwar last month that called for the genocide of Muslims, was arrested for objectionable remarks on women, and not for hate speech at the Dharam Sansad or religious assembly, the police told NDTV a day
    www.ndtv.com
  • Under BJP Government, Cases Against Political Rivals Explode: NDTV Analysis
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi with Sreenivasan Jain | Wednesday December 22, 2021
    Action by Central agencies against the BJP government's rivals and critics has witnessed a massive spike since the BJP-led government came to power in 2014, an NDTV analysis has found.
    www.ndtv.com
  • On Hate In India, Facebook's Surprise Findings
    India News | Written by Aruveetil Mariyam Alavi | Friday November 12, 2021
    Content promoting hate surged in India on topics from elections to Covid to the 2019 protests against a new citizenship law, show Facebook's internal documents reviewed by NDTV.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Documents Planted On Computers: New Report After Stan Swamy's Death
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi, Srinivasan Jain | Tuesday July 6, 2021
    A day after activist Stan Swamy's death, a report from an American forensic agency claims that incriminating evidence was planted on the computer of Surendra Gadling, who, like the Christian priest, was arrested under a harsh anti-terror law.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Bihar Saw Nearly 75,000 Unaccounted Deaths Amid 2nd Covid Wave, Data Shows
    India News | Written by Aruveettil Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Saturday June 19, 2021
    Bihar's Civil Registration System showing a difference of about 82,500 between the number of deaths in January-May 2021 and the same period last year. Yet, the official Covid-related death number during this time is only a little over 7,700.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Data Points At Possible Undercounting Of Covid Deaths In Madhya Pradesh
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Saturday June 12, 2021
    Indicating a massive undercounting in COVID-19 deaths in Madhya Pradesh, the number of reported deaths in the state during the second wave was over three times more than the average number of deaths reported during these months in pre-Covid times.
    www.ndtv.com
  • All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws
    India News | Reported by Mariyam Alavi, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday January 12, 2021
    The four members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee to help resolve the ongoing farmers' protest, have taken pro-farm law stance in the past, NDTV has found. The committee was named on Tuesday evening in an order of the court, which was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the Centre's farm laws passed in parliament in September. In its o...
    www.ndtv.com
  • UP's Anti-Conversion Law "Unconstitutional", Say 4 Former Judges
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Friday December 18, 2020
    Four former judges have criticised the new anti-conversion ordinance of Uttar Pradesh, aimed at curbing cases of "love jihad", calling it unconstitutional, against fundamental rights, and one of the strangest laws, with one even terming "love jihad" a "creation of religious extremists for the purpose of dividing people."
    www.ndtv.com
  • Pregnant UP Woman Sent To Shelter Over Interfaith Wedding Now In Hospital
    India News | Written by A Mariyam Alavi | Monday December 14, 2020
    A young pregnant woman, packed off to a government shelter after her husband and his brother were arrested under Uttar Pradesh's new anti-conversion law, has been hospitalized twice in three days over complaints of stomachache, bleeding and spotting.
    www.ndtv.com
  • How UP's New Anti-Conversion Law Is Being Used To Harass Hindu-Muslim Couples
    India News | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Thursday December 10, 2020
    An NDTV investigation into the case of a young Hindu woman heckled inside a police station in Uttar Pradesh by Hindutva activists because she had married a Muslim man has found multiple weak links in the case and actions against the couple.
    www.ndtv.com
  • No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops
    India News | Written by Alok Pandey and Mariyam Alavi | Tuesday November 24, 2020
    Eleven of 14 inter-faith marriages in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, involved criminality, but there is no evidence of conspiracy or foreign funding, the Kanpur police have said, contradicting claims about the so-called "love jihad". Over the past months, Chief Ministers of several BJP-ruled states have promised to bring laws to combat "love jihad" -- a te...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More
    Business | Written by Mariyam Alavi | Monday November 23, 2020
    According to the data available with the Controller General of Accounts, however, the central government's total spending fell from Rs 14.9 lakh crore in April-September 2019 to Rs 14.8 lakh crore in April-September 2020, a drop of almost 1 per cent.
    www.ndtv.com/business
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