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Discrimination of backword people continues even after conversion to Islam and Christianity

Discrimination of backword people continues even after conversion to Islam and Christianity

Some people belonging to the backward communities have been converted to Islam and Christianity by Muslim clerics and Christian priests under the pretext of facing discrimination in Hinduism. It has been widely accepted that the backward people faced discrimination by the then upper-caste people before Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's movement against untouchability in India. Several upper-caste people also participated in this movement. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar embraced Buddhism to maintain Indian roots and rejected I

Suspicious use of Hijab

Suspicious use of Hijab

Once again, a question has been raised on the wearing of a Hijab in educational institutions. The issue has been surfaced after a student refused to remove her Hijab when asked by a teacher to check whether she hid Bluetooth devices under the Hijab while attending the exam. By refusing the removal of the Hijab, the girl students chose to leave the exam instead of 'showing ears' hidden by her Hijab. The incident took place at MDDM College in Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

Will a ban on PFI dismantle its ideology?

Will a ban on PFI dismantle its ideology?

After declaring a five-year ban on controversial Islamic organisation, Popular Front of India (PFI), by the Central Government, some well-known Muslim organisations have come in support of PFI and criticised the Government's decision. They claimed that the ban on PFI cannot dismantle its ideology.

Donations to churches in corrupt hands

Donations to churches in corrupt hands

Churches in India have been receiving massive donations from Western countries as well as from local Christians. Followers donate money to the churches for social and religious causes as depicted by Christian priests and related Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). But it has been observed that the Christian priests and pastors misused the funds. Even some higher rank priests have been convicted for corruption. A similar case has surfaced in Madhya Pradesh, in which the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) arrest