Friday, April 12, 2024

Ashfaque EJ

Ashfaque EJ is an independent journalist from Kerala.

I don’t want to die, so I decided to fight: Dr Ritu Singh 

I have decided to fight because I am fully aware of their evil plans. I decided not to surrender to them and fight till justice is served.  I don’t want to die, I want to fight for survival.

4th attack in 3 weeks: Anti-govt protesters assaulted by CPI(M) mob during CM Pinarayi Vijayan’s statewide outreach program

Repeating the alarming trend of CPI(M) mob attacks during the Nava Kerala Sadas, an outreach program by the left government in Kerala, a cohort of over 50 DYFI activists launched an assault on two activists who were protesting the police case filed against a freelance journalist over his report published on Maktoob.
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Lawyer for justice: Son of Muslim leader undertrial for 2 decades takes up the fight

Salahudeen Ayyoobi was 10 months old when his father and Peoples Democratic Party chairman Abdul Nasir Maudany got arrested and sent to Coimbatore central jail in 1998.

“Being a Muslim itself is a crime in present-day India”: Memoir of an NIA raid

“Following the ban of the organisation, I always have this intuition that a raid might soon happen at our house too. Never in my dreams, I thought that today would be the day,” Anvar said.
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Kerala: Students protest against move to jail Alan Shuhaib again, allege role of CPI(M) body in targeting student activist

Friends of student activist Alan Shuhaib who is on bail in a UAPA case Friday organised a protest in Kerala’s Thalassery against Kerala Police and Students’ Federation of India's coordinated move to ask the National Investigation Agency to cancel Alan's bail in the case.

Haemolymph: Movie portrays Muslim teacher crushed by Indian state

An industry which parroted the state narrative of Muslim being the terrorists dared to tell the story of an innocent Muslim teacher Wahid Shaikh who was falsely implicated in 7/11 Mumbai train blast and spent almost nine years in jail to satisfy the ‘collective conscience’ of the state. Haemolymph movie, directed by Sudarshan Gamare, got released in more than 120 theatres across India in its initial phase. 
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