Monday, December 4, 2023

Topic: Maharashtra

Hindutva campaign: Pune institute revokes award for Kashmiri journalist amidst last-minute

Kashmiri journalist Safina Nabi, who had been chosen as the recipient of a media award established by the journalism school at Pune's Maharashtra Institute of Technology-World Peace University (MIT-WPU), received an unexpected disappointment when her award was abruptly revoked just before the scheduled presentation ceremony at the institute.

Mumbai: NIA raids prisoners’ rights activist Wahid Shaikh’s home

The National Investigation Agency is conducting searches at the Mumbai residence of prisoners' rights activist Abdul Wahid Shaikh, who is known for his advocacy against fabricated cases involving Muslim youth in India.

In Satara, Muslims targeted by Hindu mob, unable to reopen livelihood amid boycott calls by Hindutva groups

Muslims in the violence-hit Pussessawali village of Satara allege that they are being forcibly evicted from rented houses owned by Hindus. Small-scale businesses owned by Muslims are facing adverse impacts.

“Breadwinner, expectant father,” Kin mourns for Muslim man killed in Satara violence

Nurul Hasan Liyaqat Shikalgar, killed in an anti-Muslim violence that broke out in Puseswali Village of Maharashtra’s Satara District on 10 September, was the...

Satara: Muslim man killed after violence erupt over social media post, family, locals accuse BJP state VP’s involvement

A Muslim youth has been killed, while ten others sustained injuries during a communal conflict triggered by "objectionable social media post" in Satara District, Maharashtra, on Sunday.

Former Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik gets interim bail by Supreme Court over medical grounds

Former Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik has been granted interim bail for two months on medical grounds by the Supreme Court on Friday.