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Muhammad Ali Jinnah

No Decision On Removal Of AMU Jinnah Portrait Yet: Govt Tells Parliament

Aug 06, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Violence had broken out on the AMU campus on May 2 as the row over the portrait triggered a right-wing protest.

Why AMU Violence Is About Hamid Ansari And Not Jinnah

May 14, 2018 Ali Khan Mahmudabad

After spending some time with students at the University, Ali Khan Mahmudabad finds out that the ‘portrait problem’ was deployed as a countermeasure to cover up the fact that a mob of people had arrived on the campus shouting slogans about the former vice-president of India.



AMU Students Raise ‘Azadi' Slogans Against Right-Wing Hatred, Video Goes Viral

On May 2, violence broke out at the AMU campus as the row over a Muhammad Ali Jinnah portrait on the campus triggered a right-wing protest.


06 May, 2018

My Dear Fellow, The Issue Is Not Jinnah But An Armed, Unlawful, Attack By A Mob

Apoorvanand

There is no discussion on the breach of security to Mr. Hamid Ansari. Everyone is busy discussing the role of Jinnah in the British period of the Indian history. One feels like screaming, my dear fellow, Jinnah is not the issue.





03 May, 2018

People Protesting Against Jinnah Portrait In AMU Should Also Oppose Godse Temples: Javed Akhtar

Outlook Web Bureau

The AMU students alleged that the protesters were from Hindu Yuva Vahini, and were allowed to leave a police station even after being initially detained.



01 May, 2018

Portrait Of Jinnah At AMU Sparks Outrage

Outlook Web Bureau

AMU spokesman Shafey Kidwai defended the portrait, saying that Jinnah was a founder of the university and granted life membership of the student union.


24 January, 2018

'Deendayal Upadhyay Wanted A United India', BYJM Exam Paper Blames Nehru, Jinnah's 'Greed Of Power' For Partition

Outlook Web Bureau

Opposition Congress termed it a conspiracy to mislead the youth.



26 February, 2017

Congress May Die A Long And Slow Death Akin To The Muslim League

Aakar Patel

It is possible that Congress may be revived under another leader. But Rahul Gandhi is not an old man. He has a few more decades of activity ahead of him. This will work to the disadvantage of his party as it fades nationally into irrelevance.


18 December, 2012

The Elephant In The Room

Ananya Vajpeyi

A complete intellectual history of modern South Asia is yet to be written, one that accords a rightful place to Muslim traditions of inquiry into self and sovereignty in the making of India—and Pakistan


29 August, 2012

'Rarest Of Rare Punishment'

Aftab Alam

'We fail to see what case would attract the death penalty, if not the case of the appellant. To hold back the death penalty in this case would amount to obdurately declaring that this Court rejects death as lawful penalty even though it is on the st


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