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  • No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops

    No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops

    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...

  • Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More

    Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More

    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.

  • With No Credible Evidence, "Love Jihad" Cases In Kanpur Crumble

    With No Credible Evidence, "Love Jihad" Cases In Kanpur Crumble

    Across India - from Karnataka to Haryana - BJP chief ministers are stoking fears, promising to bring laws to combat "love jihad" - the unproven right-wing conspiracy theory that Muslim men try to seduce non-Muslim women and have covert to Islam.

  • Blog: Why The Farm Bill May Not Be The 1991 Moment For Indian Farmers

    Blog: Why The Farm Bill May Not Be The 1991 Moment For Indian Farmers

    Amid rising unrest, supporters of the Farm Bill inside and outside the government describe it as ushering in a 1991 moment for Indian farming, suggesting that this will liberate farmers from the clutches of state-run mandi's and middlemen-commission agents, paving the entry for corporate players who will offer farmers a better deal.

  • Delhi Police Withdraws Anti-Terror Notice Sent To Environmental Movement

    Delhi Police Withdraws Anti-Terror Notice Sent To Environmental Movement

    After the Indian arm of Swedish activist Greta Thunberg's environmental movement, Fridays for Future, was sent a notice by Delhi Police's cyber cell, invoking terror related charges under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the police has now claimed that they are withdrawing the notice and that it was sent "mistakenly".

  • In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    The Delhi Police-- criticized for not taking action against BJP leaders who gave inflammatory speeches in the run-up to the February riots -- have also ignored complaints that accused BJP leaders. No action has been taken in at least eight complaints, accusing BJP leaders of inciting mobs and rioting, NDTV has found.

  • In Gujarat's Surat, BJP Workers Are "Booking Agents" For Migrant Trains

    In Gujarat's Surat, BJP Workers Are "Booking Agents" For Migrant Trains

    BJP workers in Gujarat's Surat are playing an active role in collecting bookings and money from stranded migrants for tickets on "shramik (worker)" trains being run by the Railways to transport them to their home states, NDTV has found

  • Alarm Over Discarded Coronavirus Safety Wear At Ahmedabad Graveyard

    Alarm Over Discarded Coronavirus Safety Wear At Ahmedabad Graveyard

    At the entrance of Musa Suhag in Ahmedabad, the largest graveyard in the city, discarded safety wear is strewn around: masks, gloves, gowns and face shields.

  • Officials Say No Community Transmission, Concerns Over 3 Cluster Outbreaks

    Officials Say No Community Transmission, Concerns Over 3 Cluster Outbreaks

    As the government says India has been able to prevent community transmission of the coronavirus, there are concerns about at least three different clusters of cases in Delhi, in which the primary source of the infection is unknown, an NDTV investigation has found.

  • Dead Helpline, Half-Empty Stores: Inside Goa's COVID-19 Lockdown Crisis

    Dead Helpline, Half-Empty Stores: Inside Goa's COVID-19 Lockdown Crisis

    In Panjim, Goa's capital, 73-year-old Fatima Alvares says that despite her age, she has always been an independent woman. "But now with the curfew and with my age, I can't do anything... I am completely handicapped now," she says.

  • "No Action", "Case Pending": Delhi Police Call Logs Offer Clue To Why Violence Raged For 4 Days

    "No Action", "Case Pending": Delhi Police Call Logs Offer Clue To Why Violence Raged For 4 Days

    The Delhi Police had received about 13,200 distress calls during the four days when the national capital was hit by clashes, but call records of police stations in the violence-hit areas raise serious doubts over the response to those calls.

  • At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A Mohalla Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

    At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A <i>Mohalla</i> Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

    The distance from Jafrabad to Maujpur, two neighborhoods in Delhi's northeast, is not long, barely a kilometre, but it is a fraught journey.

  • BJP Shared Deepfake Video On WhatsApp During Delhi Campaign

    BJP Shared Deepfake Video On WhatsApp During Delhi Campaign

    The BJP used artificial intelligence technology to create a deepfake video of party leader Manoj Tiwari, in which he has been morphed realistically to show him speaking in three languages to appeal to different voter groups ahead of the Delhi assembly election earlier this month.

  • Rising Food Inflation Makes Rural India Turn To Rotis, Watery Dal

    Rising Food Inflation Makes Rural India Turn To Rotis, Watery Dal

    Nazir, 70-year-old farmer from Naya Khera village in Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh, has cooked a meal of watered-down dal and rotis for dinner. "To make the dal tighter, I will need more dal. When we have less money, the dal will also be less," he says.

  • Mystery Document Raises Questions Over Citizenship Drive In Uttar Pradesh

    Mystery Document Raises Questions Over Citizenship Drive In Uttar Pradesh

    Even as protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) continue across India, the Uttar Pradesh government has begun the process to identify potential beneficiaries under the controversial law that promises citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from three neighbouring countries.

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'Mariyam Alavi' - 32 News Result(s)

  • No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops

    No Conspiracy, Foreign Funding In Inter-Faith Marriages, Say Kanpur Cops

    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...

  • Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More

    Despite Stimulus, Data Shows The Government May Be Spending Less, Not More

    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.

  • With No Credible Evidence, "Love Jihad" Cases In Kanpur Crumble

    With No Credible Evidence, "Love Jihad" Cases In Kanpur Crumble

    Across India - from Karnataka to Haryana - BJP chief ministers are stoking fears, promising to bring laws to combat "love jihad" - the unproven right-wing conspiracy theory that Muslim men try to seduce non-Muslim women and have covert to Islam.

  • Blog: Why The Farm Bill May Not Be The 1991 Moment For Indian Farmers

    Blog: Why The Farm Bill May Not Be The 1991 Moment For Indian Farmers

    Amid rising unrest, supporters of the Farm Bill inside and outside the government describe it as ushering in a 1991 moment for Indian farming, suggesting that this will liberate farmers from the clutches of state-run mandi's and middlemen-commission agents, paving the entry for corporate players who will offer farmers a better deal.

  • Delhi Police Withdraws Anti-Terror Notice Sent To Environmental Movement

    Delhi Police Withdraws Anti-Terror Notice Sent To Environmental Movement

    After the Indian arm of Swedish activist Greta Thunberg's environmental movement, Fridays for Future, was sent a notice by Delhi Police's cyber cell, invoking terror related charges under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the police has now claimed that they are withdrawing the notice and that it was sent "mistakenly".

  • In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    In 8 Delhi Riots Cases, Complaints Naming BJP Leaders Buried

    The Delhi Police-- criticized for not taking action against BJP leaders who gave inflammatory speeches in the run-up to the February riots -- have also ignored complaints that accused BJP leaders. No action has been taken in at least eight complaints, accusing BJP leaders of inciting mobs and rioting, NDTV has found.

  • In Gujarat's Surat, BJP Workers Are "Booking Agents" For Migrant Trains

    In Gujarat's Surat, BJP Workers Are "Booking Agents" For Migrant Trains

    BJP workers in Gujarat's Surat are playing an active role in collecting bookings and money from stranded migrants for tickets on "shramik (worker)" trains being run by the Railways to transport them to their home states, NDTV has found

  • Alarm Over Discarded Coronavirus Safety Wear At Ahmedabad Graveyard

    Alarm Over Discarded Coronavirus Safety Wear At Ahmedabad Graveyard

    At the entrance of Musa Suhag in Ahmedabad, the largest graveyard in the city, discarded safety wear is strewn around: masks, gloves, gowns and face shields.

  • Officials Say No Community Transmission, Concerns Over 3 Cluster Outbreaks

    Officials Say No Community Transmission, Concerns Over 3 Cluster Outbreaks

    As the government says India has been able to prevent community transmission of the coronavirus, there are concerns about at least three different clusters of cases in Delhi, in which the primary source of the infection is unknown, an NDTV investigation has found.

  • Dead Helpline, Half-Empty Stores: Inside Goa's COVID-19 Lockdown Crisis

    Dead Helpline, Half-Empty Stores: Inside Goa's COVID-19 Lockdown Crisis

    In Panjim, Goa's capital, 73-year-old Fatima Alvares says that despite her age, she has always been an independent woman. "But now with the curfew and with my age, I can't do anything... I am completely handicapped now," she says.

  • "No Action", "Case Pending": Delhi Police Call Logs Offer Clue To Why Violence Raged For 4 Days

    "No Action", "Case Pending": Delhi Police Call Logs Offer Clue To Why Violence Raged For 4 Days

    The Delhi Police had received about 13,200 distress calls during the four days when the national capital was hit by clashes, but call records of police stations in the violence-hit areas raise serious doubts over the response to those calls.

  • At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A Mohalla Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

    At Epicentre Of Delhi Riots, How A <i>Mohalla</i> Of Hindus And Muslims Kept Peace

    The distance from Jafrabad to Maujpur, two neighborhoods in Delhi's northeast, is not long, barely a kilometre, but it is a fraught journey.

  • BJP Shared Deepfake Video On WhatsApp During Delhi Campaign

    BJP Shared Deepfake Video On WhatsApp During Delhi Campaign

    The BJP used artificial intelligence technology to create a deepfake video of party leader Manoj Tiwari, in which he has been morphed realistically to show him speaking in three languages to appeal to different voter groups ahead of the Delhi assembly election earlier this month.

  • Rising Food Inflation Makes Rural India Turn To Rotis, Watery Dal

    Rising Food Inflation Makes Rural India Turn To Rotis, Watery Dal

    Nazir, 70-year-old farmer from Naya Khera village in Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh, has cooked a meal of watered-down dal and rotis for dinner. "To make the dal tighter, I will need more dal. When we have less money, the dal will also be less," he says.

  • Mystery Document Raises Questions Over Citizenship Drive In Uttar Pradesh

    Mystery Document Raises Questions Over Citizenship Drive In Uttar Pradesh

    Even as protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) continue across India, the Uttar Pradesh government has begun the process to identify potential beneficiaries under the controversial law that promises citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from three neighbouring countries.

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