Hindutva leaders call for killing Muslims at recent ‘hate speech conclave’ in India

NEW DELHI: Leaders from several far-right groups in India have issued calls for the ethnic cleansing of minorities in the country, especially targeting its 200 million-strong at a recent three-day gathering, according to several Indian media reports. A report by The

Hindutva ideology has captured entire Indian society: President Alvi

ISLAMABAD: President Arif Alvi on Wednesday said India is falling into pitfalls of extremism, hatred and polarisation and is becoming an exclusive society. The president was addressing a seminar titled “Understanding Hindutva Mindset and Indian Hegemonic Aspirations” in Islamabad. He

Rise of Hindutva serious threat to Indian Muslims: FM Qureshi tells OIC

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said the rising wave of Hindutva in India has emerged as a serious threat not only to Indian Muslims but also to regional security. In his statement at the 47th Session of the

Kashmiris defying a Hindutva supremacist regime: PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir have continued to lay down their lives and defy a Hindutva supremacist regime attempting to wipe their identity. In a series of tweets on Kashmir Martyrs Day, the

India’s aggressive posture will destroy regional peace: FM

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday said India’s Hindutva agenda and intransigence will destroy peace and security in the region. In a statement, the foreign minister said China made utmost efforts to resolve the border issue peacefully, but

Modi’s agenda amid pandemic

As governments around the world impose strict measures amid the pandemic, India has imposed the largest lockdown forcing over a billion people to stay at home for at least three weeks. Despite the global crisis, the Modi government is continuing

Dissent in India

For more than a month now, men and women, both young and old, have gathered in large numbers outside university campuses and in the streets across India to protest the discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Act. New voices have emerged from within