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Mohammad Haneef

Then And Now

Aug 01, 2008 Sugata Srinivasaraju

Is it just me or do you too feel that for a change there was less stereotyping of the Muslim image this time, and there was a greater effort to see a terrorist as a terrorist, independent of any religious and cultural affiliations?

Same Boot, Other Foot

Jul 23, 2007 K.P.S. Gill

In the Haneef case, we are behaving as unreasonably towards Australia as various Western powers did toward India. There are no allegations that he has been mistreated, tortured or otherwise discriminated against. We must not prejudge him.


The Cover Up?

If the perception persists that the Indian political leadership and officials want to cover up the full extent of the alleged involvement of Indian Muslims in global jihad, it could come in the way of 123 agreement.

The Jundullah In UK?

Jul 04, 2007 B. Raman

Is this one more in the growing instances of individual Muslims not belonging to Al Qaeda or other jihadi organisations taking to suicide terrorism in order to give vent to their personal anger against what they consider as injustices done to their c


Doctors' Jihad

The Indian doctor Mohammad Haneef has been detained by the Brisbane Police because he had bought a SIM card which was recovered from the Jordanian national projected as the mastermind of the terrorist incidents in London and Glasgow

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar offers prayers at a temple situated on the Mandar mountain in Banka district.

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Actress and Trinamool Congress MP Mimi Chakraborty at the launch of a collection of jewelleries, ahead of Durga Puja festivals, in Kolkata.

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People Democratic Party (PDP) President Mehbooba Mufti addresses a press conference at the party office in Jammu.

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Jammu & Kashmir Public Health Engineering (PHE) daily wagers shout slogans during a protest over their various demands, in Jammu.

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Bollywood actors Rajniesh Duggal, Akansha Puri, Niharica Raizada, Sajjad Dalfarooz and Dilbar during a press conference for announcement of a web series, in Srinagar.

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