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UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Vol. XLVI No.18, 2008-08-03
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE 
From Egypt to Bangladesh
Vol. LI No.20, 2013-08-18
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Political Implications of Ban on Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami
Vol. LI No.19, 2013-08-11
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Egypt's Al-Sisi Dragged the Country into Civil War
Vol. LI No.18, 2013-08-04
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
The Scourge of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Vol. L No.43, 2013-01-20
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Arab Spring: Promises and Challenges
Vol. L No.21, 2012-08-19
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Just World Order
Vol. XLIX No.43, 2012-01-29
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Let Us Refuse to Be Provoked
Vol. L No.27, 2012-09-30
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
The Islamists and Western Blinkers
Vol. L No.15, 2012-07-08
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
Death, Disappearance and Despair in India
Vol. L No.13, 2012-06-24
UNCLEAR ABOUT NUCLEAR: THE LEFT-RIGHT MARCH TO NOWHERE
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COVER STORY

The Pyrrhic Win

Dr. S. AUSAF SAIED VASPI OBSERVES that a badly bruised Congress has done it, but the Indo-US nuclear deal was really worth a dogfight in Parliament?... More

TRAVELOGUE

In The Land Of Qurtaba And Gharnata

By KAMAL AHMED

The Ministry of Culture and Information of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia invited the Editor of the Radiance Viewsweekly to attend the World Conference on Dialogue but he was unable to go there owing to his pre-occupations. He recommended my name to the min... More

ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

OBSTACLES TO ISLAMIC ECONOMICS RESEARCH

By DR. M. NEJATULLAH SIDDIQI

Excerpts from the lecture of DR. MOHAMMAD NEJATULLAH SIDDIQI in the Seventh International Conference on Islamic Economics, Islamic Economics Research Center, KAAU, Jeddah, April 1-3,2008... More

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM

International Criminal Court Instrument for justice or geo-politics?

By S.M. MOHAMED IDRIS

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Louis Moreno Ocampo, has applied to the Court for a warrant of arrest against the President of Sudan, Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir. He is accused of committing the crime of genocide, crimes aga... More

PAYAAM-E-MAGHRIB

Trapped between Tauhid and Shirk

By SYED HUSAIN PASHA

Auron ka hai Payaam aur, mera Payaam aur hai, / Ishq key dardmand ka tarz-e-kalaam aur hai!  (Iqbal)
Lately, my writing for Payaam has taken a bit of a hit. Reasons are many. But they all could also be summed up into one. Regardless, gone are t... More

REPORT

JUSTICE HAS BECOME A DEAR COMMODITY

Getting justice has become very difficult. Around 60% of people languishing in the jails of country are those who are detained in the name of investigation. The numbers of such person who are held for the purpose of investigation may be around seven ... More

INDORE RIOTS

Indore riots were preplanned National Minority Commission

By SAHAR KHAN

The National Minority Commission (NMC) firmly rejected the assertions given by several ministers of the BJP ruled Madhya Pradesh government that SIMI activists were behind the riots in Indore.
In a shocking revelation the NMC Chairman Mohammad Shaf... More

TURKISH TURMOIL

The Turkish Constitutional Court disregards popular will

On June 5, 2008, the Turkish Constitutional Court annulled the Parliament’s amendments to Articles 10 and 42 of the Constitution.
The Turkish Constitutional Court’s verdict annulling the Parliament’s amendments to Articles 10 and 4... More

REPORT

DA'WAH ISLAMIA IN JAPAN

By HUSSAIN KHAN

There are now over 48 titles on Islam in Japanese. Islamic Center-Japan has been distributing a book by Dr. Sanada Head, Department of Law, Chuo University on Islamic law for the last 15 years. An increasing number of Non-Muslim Japanese scholars, wh... More