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Saher Hiba Khan

Saher Hiba Khan is a freelance journalist based in New Delhi and she studies English literature at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

Police presence at mosque gate did not stop Hindutva mob, says brother of imam killed in Gurgaon mosque

Mohammad Saad, 19, was the deputy Imam of Anjuman Jama Masjid in Gurgaon Sector 57, who was murdered on the night of 31 July by a mob of 100 men belonging to the Hindutva groups

“Hindu Rashtra” banners in Khargone ahead of Ram Navami, officials say “2022 won’t repeat”

Tensions are brewing in Madhya Pradesh's Khargone as the festival of Ram Navami approaches close. After hardly recovering from the destruction it endured in...
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From being called “terrorist” to “member-elect”; Nabeela Syed speaks

Nabeela Syed, A 23-year-old Indian-American Muslim woman, has made history and left people baffled after becoming a member of the Illinois House of Representatives,...

In Rampur, cops harass, beat Muslim voters to stop from going to poll booths

Rampur by polls in Uttar Pradesh took a hostile turn on the polling day, as it is alleged, that the police administration is causing mayhem, beating up and harassing Muslim voters to stop them from casting their votes. 
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World Cup final: Kashmiri students thrashed in Punjab

On 13 November, Kashmiri engineering students in Punjab's Moga were allegedly thrashed over the match results of the World Cup final 2022 between Pakistan...

RSS member accused of con Hindu farmers by pushing Islamophobia in MP

Khargone town of Madhya Pradesh which witnessed anti-Muslim violence in April this year once again became headlines after a decades-old scam using Islamophobia gets...
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