Why Muslims in many countries didn’t fast during Ramadan?

Why Muslims in many countries didn’t fast during Ramadan?

Ground Report | New Delhi: The holy month of Ramadan is a fasting duration followed by the Muslim community throughout the month. During this period, Muslims are meant to abstain from eating, drinking, and having sexual intercourse throughout the day. The month of Ramadan holds a special place in the heart of the Muslim community … Read more

Is India ready for Uniform Civil Code?

Is India ready

Uniform Civil Code (UCC) deals with civil law which is a codification of laws relating to private affairs of a citizen of the country, and Civil Code is a codification of private laws relating to family, property, etc. Civil law is about disputes between citizens concerning private matters, and not against society as seen in … Read more

Shab-e-Barat: The night of fortune and forgiveness

Shab-e-Barat: The night of fortune and forgiveness

Ground Report | New Delhi: Shab-e-Barat; Shaban is the eighth month of the Islamic calendar. It is a month of blessings and asking Allah for forgiveness. Shab e Barat is an important night in the Islamic calendar and is celebrated in the middle of Shaban. This blessed night begins at sunset on the 14th of … Read more

Five essential things in Islam, wearing Hijab mentioned in the Qur’an?

Five essential things in Islam, wearing Hijab mentioned in the Qur’an

Ground Report | New Delhi: Five essential things in Islam; Islam is based on essential five pillars that also form the norms of the basic practice of Islam. They are:-   The declaration of faith (shahada) Prayer (salah) Alms-giving (zakat) Fasting (siyaam or roza) and Pilgrimage (hajj) Five essential things in Islam For the practice of … Read more

Have Jats and Muslims really voted together in Western UP?

BJP loosing UP in 2022

Ground Report | New Delhi: Jats Muslims votes in UP; Voting for the Assembly elections have taken place in western Uttar Pradesh and there is speculation that the BJP will lose. It is believed that Jat and Muslim voters together could pose a challenge to the BJP, according to the investigated report of Economic Times. … Read more

Video: Girl wearing hijab heckled by Hindu students at PES college

Who is the student who said Allahu Akbar on Hijab case

Ground Report | New Delhi: PES College Hijab; As the hijab controversy escalated in Karnataka, a video of a hijabi student surfaced on social media on Tuesday, chanting “Jai Shri Ram” by a group of saffron-clad students. In a viral video, the girl is seen parking a two-wheeler and going towards the classroom when a … Read more

What are Sulli Deals and Bulli Bai app?

Is there any connection of Bulli Bai App with Khalistani Groups

Ground Report | New Delhi: What are Sulli Deals and Bulli Bai; Nearly six months after the ‘Sully Deal’, where photos of over 80 Muslim women were put up for sale by right-wing Hindu men, claiming anti-Muslim hatred and selective sexism, hundreds of Muslim women were uploaded by an unidentified group Went. On Saturday – … Read more

Calls for Genocide of Muslims could lead to civil war: Naseeruddin Shah

Calls for Genocide of Muslims could lead to civil war: Naseeruddin Shah

Ground Report | New Delhi: Genocide of Muslims; Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah has said that those who are demanding genocide of Muslims want to start a civil war. In the interview with The Wire, Naseeruddin Shah has talked in detail about the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar. Asked about an appeal for the genocide of Muslims … Read more

Discrimination against Muslims increased by 56%

Discrimination against Muslims increased by 56%

Ground Report | New Delhi: Discrimination against Muslims increased; Most Indians believe that social media is responsible for the growing gap between Hindu and Muslim communities in the country. This was revealed from a nationwide survey conducted by IANS-CVoter with a sample size of 1942 using random sampling on December 5, a day before the … Read more

Growing gap between Hindu and Muslim

Growing gap between Hindu and Muslim

Ground Report | New Delhi: Growing gap between Hindu and Muslim; Friday afternoon is communal prayer time for Muslims in the north Indian city of Gurugram, who have for years held talks with local authorities to offer prayers in parks and empty plots as they overrun their mosques. But recent protests by Hindu groups, sometimes … Read more