Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I New Age Islam I September 12, 2014
On September 10, 2014, The Times of India carried a front-page report titled: “In Kashmir, ‘occupation force’ hailed as saviour.’ The report said that from being perceived by many in the Kashmir valley as an “occupation force” in the 1990s, the army is now seen as a “humanitarian agency”. The army has certainly come a long way in this militancy-hit state, having rescued upwards of 38,700 people.
The Times of India Akasha - 2014
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Daily Inquilab Urdu Delhi I 25 June 2014
ديني مدارس كي اهم ترين امتيازي صفت يه هے كه ان كي بنيادعلم حقيقي پر قائم هے، يعني دين اسلام پر جو كه مذهب كا واحد محفوظ ايڈيشن هے- يه ايك بے حد اهم بات هے كيوں كه دوسرے جتنے بھي تعليمي نظام هيں، ان سب كي بنيادعلم ظني پر قائم هے نه كه علم حقيقي پر-
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Tehelka 14 June 2014
How India and Pakistan can be good neighbours despite unresolved problems
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | tehelka.com | World News Report | June 1, 2014
May 26, 2014 was a historic day in Indian politics. On this day the fifteenth Prime Minister of India was sworn in. Pakistan’s Prime Minister personally attended the ceremony. Later, there was also a meeting between the two prime ministers. This event holds out great hopes for many people, for they believe that this may be a fresh beginning which will give a new direction to the relationship between India and Pakistan.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Tehelka.com I May 20, 2014
Politics is full of differences. If we tried to eliminate such differences, it would prove to be counterproductive. In other words, it would result in a greater evil. Hence, democracy is the answer. It is the art of difference management and means a non-confrontational settlement of differences.