Sahid Faris

Sahid Faris is a freelance journalist in Kerala.

NIT Calicut fines students Rs 33 lakh for protesting night curfew, suspensions of students over Ram temple protest

In a controversial move, the authorities at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Calicut have imposed substantial fines totaling Rs 33 lakh on five students who were part of the Student Affairs Council and organizers of the protest held on 22 March, with each required to pay Rs 6,61,155.

In Pictures: “Need change, want to live peacefully,” say Ahmedabad voters

Three days before Gujarat goes to the polls to elect Lok Sabha members, Maktoob’s Muhammed Noufal PM and Sahid Faris talked to the voters of Ahmedabad. While some say they support Narendra Modi because he is the strongest man, others say they need a change in government so they can live a peaceful life.
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“Sanjiv Bhatt is a strong man”: On record with Shweta Bhatt

“Sanjiv Bhatt is a strong man,” says Shweta Bhatt, human rights defender and partner of whistleblower police officer Sanjiv Bhatt.

Hate unlimited: Kangana Ranaut’s hate speech on social media

Actor Kangana Ranaut has figured on the latest candidates' list of the Bharatiya Janata Party for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The 37-year-old actor, a vocal supporter of the BJP, will be contesting from Himachal Pradesh's Mandi - her hometown.
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False claim of ‘Muslims-only town in Malappuram’ during ‘The Ranveer Show‘: Complaint against right-wing author in Kerala

The Muslim Youth League has lodged a complaint against right-wing author Sandeep Balakrishna for his derogatory remarks and false claims concerning Muslims and Malappuram district in Kerala.

Modi govt’s 2019 promises on employment, minimum wage remain hollow, alleges rights group’s report

Bahutva Karnataka, a civic rights group, published a report on Monday examining the Union government's 2019 promises regarding employment, wages, and overall development. 
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