The University Grants Commission has asked Aligarh Muslim University to give up their unique appointment process to conform with other central universities, when in fact it should have done the opposite.
The recent apex court ruling on the repair of religious shrines destroyed in the Gujarat riots has raised key questions about the state’s liability towards its citizens.
It is the duty of the government to ensure that institutions are not denied the minority character on highly technical grounds and in total disregard to their origin and history.
Reports published by the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan leave several questions about Muslim personal law unanswered.
The Aligarh University Act of 1920 was passed to protect fundamental rights of Muslims, so why is the government now tampering with it?