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‘We Begged Them to Spare Our Shops’

By Haziq Qadri / Foreign Policy NEW DELHI—On April 20, Rahima Bibi stood helpless under the blazing sun as a bulldozer tore through her small tea...

Is Police Action in Jahangirpuri Violence Following 2020 Delhi Riots Probe Pattern?

By Tarique Anwar, Mukund Jha / News Click New Delhi: The city police is again being accused of “targeting” Muslims by making “one-sided” arrests of persons...

Delhi Police accompanied the illegal procession that led to Jahangirpuri violence, says court

A Delhi court has observed that there was “utter failure” on part of the police in stopping the Hanuman Jayanti procession that was carried...

Justice in India is growing ever more partisan

When indians think of how the law works, speed is not what comes to mind. An average case in the lower courts takes five years...

How the Jahangirpuri Demolition Destroyed Lives of India’s Poorest Women

By Farah Naqvi and Navsharan Singh / The Wire “If it wasn’t for us Delhi would be buried under its own garbage!” The words burst...

Indian police arrest ‘members of right-wing group’ for desecrating mosques

Police in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh have arrested seven people for allegedly throwing pieces of pork, letters abusing Muslims and torn pages...

‘Bulldozer politics’ crushes lives of Muslims in BJP ruled states

By ZENAIRA BAKHSH / Maktoob Media It was a regular morning in New Delhi’s Jahangirpuri until a few hours after they began fasting, the residents were jolted...

How the bulldozer has destroyed any hope Muslims might have in India’s institutions

By Ali Khan Mahmudabad / Scroll On April 20, almost 46 years after the Turkman Gate massacres in Delhi, bulldozers arrived in the city’s Jahangirpuri...

Now, a Madrasa in Azamgarh District Falls Prey to Bulldozer Politics

By Waquar Hasan / Clarion India NEW DLEHI – The bulldozer politics of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) continues to wreak havoc on Muslims. The latest victim...