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Zakir Naik

Centre Extends UAPA Ban On Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation For 5 Years

Nov 16, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Zakir Naik, an Indian preacher is accused of making radical statements and speeches to millions of people worldwide through IRF's channels. UAPA ban on his organization is now extended by 5 years.

India Asked For Zakir Naik's Extradition, MEA Jaishankar Counters Malaysian PM's Claim

Sep 17, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Earlier Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad had said that his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi did not request him to return Zakir Naik.


PM Modi Didn’t Ask For Zakir Naik’s Extradition, Claims Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that PM Narendra Modi, whom he met in Russia during an economic forum earlier this month, made no extradition request for Zakir Naik despite an official notice from New Delhi.

PM Modi Takes Up Issue Of Zakir Naik's Extradition During Meeting With Malaysian Premier

Sep 05, 2019 PTI

Prime Minister Modi met the Malaysian Prime Minister on the sidelines of the fifth meeting of the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) held in Vladivostok in the Russian Far East Region.


Controversial Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik Banned From Making Speeches In Malaysia

The development comes a day after the Malaysian authorities had summoned him over his alleged racial comments against the Hindus and Chinese.

26 May, 2019

ED Says Zakir Naik's Trust, Personal Accounts Got Dubious Donations From Unknown 'Well Wishers'

Outlook Web Bureau

According to the ED probe report, the IRF maintained various bank accounts in which funds from the donors were being deposited and they were controlled by Zakir Abdul Karim Naik, the 53-year-old Islamic evangelist's full name.


09 May, 2019

Ready To Return If SC Assures Will Not Be Arrested: Zakir Naik

Outlook Web Bureau

Islamic preacher Zaik Naik, who is living in Malaysia since 2016, says he is ready to return to India if the Supreme Court gives an assurance that he would not be arrested till his conviction


01 May, 2019

Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik's Peace TV Banned By Cable Operators In Sri Lanka

Outlook Web Bureau

Investigations have revealed that Saharan Hashim, the main suspect in the serial blasts in Sri Lanka, used to follow the preaching of Naik. The April 21 Easter Sunday bombings killed at least 250 people.


19 January, 2019

ED Attaches Assets Worth 16.4 Cr In Money-Laundering Probe Against Zakir Naik

Outlook Web Bureau

The Enforcement Directorate had issued a provisional order for attachment of assets registered in the name of Naik's family members, located in Mumbai and Pune, under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).


12 October, 2018

Zakir Naik’s Four Properties In Mumbai To Be Attached

Outlook Web Bureau

Charged under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) two years ago, Naik was declared a proclaimed offender by the court in June 2017.




04 July, 2018

Reports Totally Baseless, No Plans To Come To India: Zakir Naik

Outlook Web Bureau

Naik's statement, issued through his PRO in Mumbai, came amid reports that he was being deported to India from Malaysia.


13 January, 2018

Aligarh School Portrays Zakir Naik As An 'Important Islamic Personality' In Book, Issued Notice By UP Govt

Outlook Web Bureau

The state education department has ordered an inquiry and issued a show cause notice to the school in this regard.


17 December, 2017

Now India Should Clear Me Of False Charges, Says Zakir Naik After Interpol Rejects NIA's Request For Red Corner Notice Against Him

Outlook Web Bureau

Interpol rejects request for lack of chargesheet, NIA to submit fresh report.


26 October, 2017

NIA Files Chargesheet Against Zakir Naik In Hate Speech, Incitement Case

Outlook Web Bureau

The 51-year-old televangelist, who is currently abroad, is being probed under terror and money-laundering charges by the NIA.


18 July, 2017

Passport Of Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik Revoked: NIA Officials

Outlook Web Bureau

This comes after the external affairs ministry recently July 13 said it had started the process to revoke the passport of Naik.


07 July, 2016

Why Zakir Naik Is A Fisher Of Souls

Shajahan Madampat

In a country that grants full freedom of expression and execution to the likes of Dr. Pravin Togadia and Sakshi Maharaj, it is specious to demand a ban on the preacher's activities.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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