Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities
20th Feb 2021

Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities

By Beyza Binnur Donmez and Shuriah Niazi (AA): Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Friday accused the Indian government of adopting laws and policies that “systematically discriminate against Muslims and stigmatize critics of the government.” HRW’s report came days ahead Feb. … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: ‘Guided tour’ for foreign envoys to disputed Kashmir
19th Feb 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: ‘Guided tour’ for foreign envoys to disputed Kashmir

By Hilal Mir   SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): As diplomats from nearly two dozen countries continue their two-day visit in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, commentators and politicians say that another “guided tour” would not change ground realities in … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: 3 Indian soldiers arrested for child molestation
18th Feb 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: 3 Indian soldiers arrested for child molestation

By Nusrat Sidiq SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir (AA) – Three Indian army employees were arrested by the regional police of Indian-administered Kashmir in connection with the alleged molestation and kidnapping of a young girl from North Kashmir’s Bandipora district, authorities … Continued

Pakistan: 4 troops, 4 terrorists killed in NW Pakistan
12th Feb 2021

Pakistan: 4 troops, 4 terrorists killed in NW Pakistan

By Islamuddin Sajid   ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): At least four Pakistani army soldiers were killed during a clash with terrorists in northwestern Waziristan region near the Afghan border, the military said on Friday. The terrorists opened fire on military posts … Continued

UN vindicates Pakistan’s stance on terrorism from Afghanistan
10th Feb 2021

UN vindicates Pakistan’s stance on terrorism from Afghanistan

​​​​​​​By Islamuddin Sajid   ISLAMABAD (AA): A new UN report on Daesh/ISIS and al-Qaeda vindicates Pakistan’s longstanding position on the threat of Afghan-based terrorist groups, according to Islamabad. Pakistan has long drawn the international community’s attention to how hostile intelligence … Continued

Bangladesh sees rise in deaths from toxic liquor
4th Feb 2021

Bangladesh sees rise in deaths from toxic liquor

By SM Najmus Sakib   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): At least 16 people have died since Jan. 31 in northern Bangladesh’s commercial hub of Bogra after consuming toxic liquor, according to officials and media reports. They include eight people who died … Continued

Bangladesh sees 9-month lowest daily Covid-19 deaths
30th Jan 2021

Bangladesh sees 9-month lowest daily Covid-19 deaths

By SM Najmus Sakib DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Bangladesh on Friday registered seven COVID-19 deaths, the lowest daily fatalities in the pandemic since May 6, with signs of a down trend in overall infections amid the cold weather. The South Asian … Continued

India: Muslim stand-up comedian denied bail
29th Jan 2021

India: Muslim stand-up comedian denied bail

By Shuriah Niazi   NEW DELHI (AA): An Indian high court on Thursday dismissed the bail plea of a Muslim stand-up comedian over allegedly objectionable comments against Hindu deities. A judgment in Munawar Faruqui’s bail plea was reserved by the … Continued

India: Construction of alternate Babri Mosque begins despite objections
27th Jan 2021

India: Construction of alternate Babri Mosque begins despite objections

By Ahmad Adil   NEW DELHI (AA): The groundbreaking ceremony for the alternate Babri Mosque was held Tuesday in Ayodhya in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. A flag hoisting ceremony and a tree plantation drive was held to … Continued

Pakistan: Police fired over Hindu temple attack
16th Jan 2021

Pakistan: Police fired over Hindu temple attack

By Islamuddin Sajid ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): At least 12 police officers have been sacked for failing to stop a mob from demolishing a Hindu temple in Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province last month. The cops showed “cowardice, negligence, and irresponsibility … Continued

India: Halal certificate no longer mandatory for meat exports
11th Jan 2021

India: Halal certificate no longer mandatory for meat exports

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA) : Under new rules, meat from India no longer needs to be certified halal – following Muslim rules – before it is exported. The recently changed requirement is expected to end the domination of … Continued

‘Pakistan setting up interfaith harmony bodies to confront sectarianism’
7th Jan 2021

‘Pakistan setting up interfaith harmony bodies to confront sectarianism’

By Islamuddin Sajid ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): Pakistan is establishing interfaith harmony councils at the local, provincial and national level to promote dialogue and resolve sectarian conflicts, Maulana Tahir Ashrafi, special representative of the prime minister on religious harmony, has revealed. … Continued

Pakistan: 11 Hazara miners killed in armed attack in Balochistan
3rd Jan 2021

Pakistan: 11 Hazara miners killed in armed attack in Balochistan

By Aamir Latif KARACHI, Pakistan (AA): At least 11 Hazara Shia Muslim coal miners were kidnapped and later killed in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday, officials said. The incident took place in the remote Mach coalfield, about 48km (30 miles) east … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: 225 Kashmiris, 60 India security killed in 2020
1st Jan 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: 225 Kashmiris, 60 India security killed in 2020

By Hilal Mir SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): Amid rising concerns over “extrajudicial killings” and “fake encounters” in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, the police chief in the region said Thursday a total of 225 “militants” were killed in the … Continued

Pakistan signs letter on railway project with Uzbekistan & Afghanistan
30th Dec 2020

Pakistan signs letter on railway project with Uzbekistan & Afghanistan

By Islamuddin Sajid ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): Pakistan signed a joint appeal letter Tuesday seeking a $4.8 billion loan from international financial institutions for a Trans-Afghan railway line project with Uzbekistan and Afghanistan. The rail link would connect Pakistan and Uzbekistan … Continued

India: Controversial alternate mosque design unveiled in Babri case
23rd Dec 2020

India: Controversial alternate mosque design unveiled in Babri case

By Ahmad Adil NEW DELHI (AA): A new design was unveiled for a mosque in the northern Indian city of Ayodhya as part of the settlement of the controversial Babri Mosque case. However, many Muslim organisations have rejected the proposed … Continued

India: New law targets interfaith couples
14th Dec 2020

India: New law targets interfaith couples

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA): Haidar Mansuri, 34, and 28-year-old Shabila Chand [both Muslim] in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh decided to get married after a year-long courtship. Shabila left her home in Azamgarh to marry Kushinagar resident … Continued

India: ‘Never forget’: India MP on Babri mosque demolition anniv
7th Dec 2020

India: ‘Never forget’: India MP on Babri mosque demolition anniv

By Ahmad Adil NEW DELHI (AA): India’s most recognized Muslim politician and President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday asked people to “never forget” about the demolition of Babri Masjid. On Dec. 6, 1992, the 16th … Continued

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island
6th Dec 2020

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island

By Md. Kamruzzaman DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A Europe-based Rohingya rights group on Saturday expressed concern over Bangladesh’s plan to relocate more than 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a remote island. “We urge the international community, including the newly elected United States … Continued

India: Clamor for justice to Muslim girl burnt alive
20th Nov 2020

India: Clamor for justice to Muslim girl burnt alive

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA) – Many political leaders and women organizations in India have joined to demand justice for a Muslim girl, who was allegedly burnt alive by a Hindu boy in the eastern province of Bihar. Gulnaz … Continued

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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