Tuesday, 13 November, 2018

Topic: Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Pakistan's English-language newspapers for sale in Karachi | Rizwan Tabassum/Getty Images

Jinnah’s paper, Dawn, refuses to be cowed down by the Pakistan army

When Pakistan goes to polls on 25 July, it will be the first time that two consecutively elected governments are handing over power, but political parties fear that the army is mounting a soft coup.
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Plugged-In: Karnataka results today & Smriti Irani loses I&B

Front Page Karnataka results in today: The results for this closely watched election will be declared today. ThePrint will be bringing top-notch live...
Muhammed Ali Jinnah | Three Lions/Getty Images

Why Jinnah once famously called AMU ‘the arsenal of Muslim India’

The AMU students worked as foot soldiers for the Muslim League during its election campaign in the 1945-46 elections that became a referendum on Pakistan.
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Last Laughs: The unhatched Lokayukta Bill and Trinamool’s ‘uncontested’ victory in Bengal

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

AMU clash wasn’t between ‘patriots’ and students, Vice-President Hamid Ansari was the target

It is outrageous that the police stands idle when a mob, openly displaying arms, gets menacingly close to the guest house where the former Vice President Hamid Ansari is staying.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi leaves the home of Muhammad Ali Jinnah on 24th November 1939

Not just AMU, these bits of Jinnah’s legacy have also faced ire in modern India

The portraits and plaques of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Indian institutions have irked many individuals and political parties since Partition.
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TalkPoint: Why has Jinnah now become the new religious flashpoint in student politics?

In a clash that turned violent over the demand for the removal of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's portrait in Aligarh Muslim university, 41 people have been injured. Experts weigh in.
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Congress promises restrictions on RSS shakhas in MP: Cynical poll ploy or hard secularism?

The Congress party in its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh has vowed to ban government employees from attending RSS shakhas or using government property for their m...