Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Muslim women take to streets against ‘triple talaq’ bill

    Ujjain: Hundreds of Muslim women dressed in their traditional attire took to the streets and staged a rally to protest against the Central Government’s triple talaq bill on Thursday. This was the first such demonstration of its kind in the city participated by huge number of Muslim women.

  • People voted you for Ram Temple, not triple talaq law: Pravin Togadia to PM Modi

    Aurangabad: In a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the ruling BJP, VHP international working president Pravin Togadia said here on Friday that people voted the NDA to power for building Ram temple in Ayodhya, and not for making laws on triple talaq. He also said the government should pass a legislation to pave the way for construction of the temple.

  • Is Asaduddin Owaisi doing more harm than good to Indian Muslims?

    India is a sovereign and a Republic democracy. India got its independence from British in 1947 and chose to become a secular country and chose the path of humanity over sectarianism and is considered as a vibrant and throbbing democracy. Our neighbour, Pakistan, on the other hand, became a Muslim majority country and is somewhat a rigged and managed democracy.  Ever since the partition both the countries are still fighting over outstanding issues and

  • AIMPLB to decide strategy on triple talaq at Hyderabad meet

    Hyderabad: With the Narendra Modi government determined to go ahead with the passage of triple talaq bill in Parliament, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) will decide its future course of action on the issue at its crucial meeting here this week.

  • President Ram Nath Kovind bids for simultaneous polls for Lok Sabha, State Assemblies

    New Delhi: In a clever spin, aimed at portraying the Government’s weaknesses as strength, President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday defined social justice in terms of toilets and cleanliness, advertised Prime Minister’s inclusive politics by explaining ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam’ in terms of the presence of so many guests at the R-Day function and talked about doubling the farmers’ income by 2022, instead of dwelling on the agrarian distress at hand.

  • President’s address a joke, bereft of facts, says Cong

    Over three crore people lost their jobs because of PM’s reckless decisions. We know the President could not have given an account of Govt’s non-performance and failures, but they should not make a mockery of the people’s problems , Anand Sharma Cong spokesman.

  • Mumbai: Shoe thrown at Asaduddin Owaisi while addressing a rally at Nagpada

    Mumbai/Aurangabad: A shoe was thrown at AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi while he was addressing a rally at Nagpada on Tuesday, the MP however remained unhurt. “I am willing to lay down my life for my democratic rights. These are all frustrated people who cannot see the government decision on triple talaq has not been accepted by masses in general and muslims in particular,” Owaisi told PTI.

  • Government won’t blink on Triple Talaq bill

    New Delhi: A Bill to ban instant triple talaq and send recalcitrant husbands to jail up to three years remained stuck in the Rajya Sabha for yet another day on Thursday, with just a day left for the winter session on Friday to decide its fate. Nonetheless, the government, outnumbered in the Rajya Sabha, has decided not to blink and allow the opposition a political victory by sending the landmark Bill to

  • Triple talaq bill remains stuck

    New Delhi : A Bill to ban instant triple talaq and send erring husband to jail up to three years remained stuck in the Rajya Sabha for yet another day on Thursday, with just a day left for the winter session on Friday to decide its fate. The Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on December 28.

  • Triple Talaq bill stuck in Rajya Sabha, thanks to Congress

    New Delhi: The Bill to ban triple talaq got stuck in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, though it remains on board and will come up again on Thursday. The House was adjourned for the day after 50 minutes  of noisy wrangling over  Congress tabling a motion  on behalf of the united Opposition to refer the Bill, as passes by the Lok Sabha, to a select committee for a thorough scrutiny.