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The horror that is unfolding in Sri Lanka becomes possible because of the silence that surrounds it. There is almost no reporting in the mainstream Indian media—or indeed in the international press—about what is happening there. Why this should be so is a matter of serious concern.  From the little information that is filtering through it looks as though the Sri Lankan Government is using the propaganda of ‘the war on terror’ as a fig leaf to dismantle any semblance of democracy in the country, and commit unspeakable crimes against the Tamil people.

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Community under siege PDF Print E-mail
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Three-year-old Musab was playing barefooted in the dusty lanes of Sanjarpur, a non-descript village of Azamgarh in eastern UP. As soon as he heard the name of his elder brother, Saif, he stopped and gaped at the stranger in his mohalla, wide-eyed. He looked around as if expecting someone. A moment later, he ran to his father, Shadab Ahmed, and cried, "Take me to Saif bhai."
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Malegaon 2006 blast witness turns hostile PDF Print E-mail
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Malegaon: Terming that the police officials with the help of his in-laws had hatched a conspiracy against him, the lone approver in the 2006 Malegaon serial blast case turned hostile.
Abrar Ahmad arrested in the 2006 Malegaon blast case who had earlier agreed to be an approver against eight others detained in the same case turned hostile on April 18, 2009. In an affidavit, the copy of which is with ummid.com, he says none of those detained in the case have anything to do with the blast that rocked the town in 2006.

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Muslims seek to rip ‘secular’ mask- encounter in delhi, ripples in eastern UP PDF Print E-mail
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The Muslims of Lalganj and Azamgarh have had their chance to vote against the “secular” parties on April 16 even if it amounted to cutting their nose to spite their face. Over 150km away, in Sant Kabir Nagar and Basti, the minorities seem to be in a similar mood to teach the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party a lesson when the two seats vote on April 23.  Across eastern Uttar Pradesh, the mood among the Muslims is veering from indifference, helplessness and sullenness to a near-rejection of the political process. The underpinning for the mood swings is summed up in one line: “We have not got justice from any of the so-called mainline parties.”

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Christians blame state govt, police PDF Print E-mail
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NAGPUR: Christians condemned the attack on the Douglas Memorial Church on Sunday. They blamed the failure of the state government to protect the lives of the minority community.

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