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Past articles by Saif:

The ugliness behind long-standing anti-Muslim bias in India

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My Visit To Bisara: Dadri Lynching Still Haunts Village

I was in Bisara on the day of the Bihar Assembly election results, but it was far removed from the excitement of the polls, bearing a deserted look and with a strong police presence maintaining a tight vigil even a month after the murder. The villagers were reluctant to speak to reporters, and some were openly hostile, saying things like, "Yeh media waale hain, inhe bhagao These people are from… → Read More

Will Modi sarkar ever take Delhi church attacks seriously?

The BJP happens to be ruling at the Centre that controls the Delhi Police, but yet seems to downplay the incidents. → Read More

Trilokpuri one year on: 'Mullas first fuel the riots and then file reports'

The local political leadership is largely dismissive of the riots, but the wounds of the riot victims are yet to heal. → Read More

Constitution needs protection from both Congress and BJP/RSS

While one had imposed Emergency, the other had refused to respect country's supreme law and national flag. → Read More

Lalu-Nitish tie-up a bigger shame for Bihar than BJP losing polls

Coining the slogan of 'Bihari vs Bahari' was a dangerous ploy employed by the Mahagathbandhan. → Read More

Hafiz Saeed should shut up, best not talk about SRK

JuD leader claims it is involved in safeguarding the lives of minorities in Pakistan. → Read More

Wage a war against ISIS, spare Islam

No excuse is good enough for Muslim terrorists to engage in the kind of murderous activities which they have been doing. → Read More

What’s wrong and what’s right with Modi’s foreign visits

Domestic politics cannot overshadow diplomacy. → Read More