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Will Centre`s ban on Zakir Naik`s IRF continue? Delhi High Court to decide today

The Delhi High Court will on Thursday hear a plea by controversial Islamic scholar  Zakir Naik's organisation challenging the Centre's decision to impose a ban on his organisation Islamic..
Zee News

Zakir Naik's IRF in HC against tribunal's order upholding ban

Controversial preacher Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) today moved the Delhi High Court challenging a tribunal's order upholding the Centre's decision to ban the organisation under..

Zakir Naik's IRF trained youth, who eventually joined Islamic State: NIA

The National Investigation Agency has also called for the controversial preacher's passport to be revoked

Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik applies for Malaysian citizenship: NIA sources

Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, wanted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on terror charges, has applied for Malaysian citizenship, according to agency sources. Naik has been..

SP leader Abu Azmi takes over school run by controversial preacher Zakir Naik's IRF

The school was reportedly on the verge of being shut down after IRF was banned last year.

UAPA tribunal upholds govt ban on Zakir Naik’s IRF

A special tribunal on Thursday upheld the Centre’s ban on controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), saying there were sufficient reasons, including a threat to..

Decision to ban Zakir Naik`s IRF in India`s interest: Tribunal

The Tribunal on February 23 had ordered in-camera hearing in view of the confidential material being scrutinised by it.
Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimesDNAAll India RadioDeccan Herald

Special tribunal uphold's Centre's decision to ban Zakir Naik's IRF

The Centre had banned the controversial preacher and his foundation in November last year

ED attaches assets of Zakir Naik's IRF

Assets worth Rs 18.37 crores attached.

Delhi High Court upholds ban on Zakir Naik's IRF

Says MHA has sufficient material for immediate ban, which is in interest of sovereignty and integrity of public order

Decision to ban Zakir Naik's IRF in interest of India, says Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court said the Narendra Modi government has produced material before it to back its decision to immediately impose the ban on Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation.
India Today Also reported by •All India RadioDNADeccan Herald

Tribunal orders in-camera hearing on ban of Zakir Naik's IRF

Proceedings on the issue of ban on Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) would be held in-camera in view of the allegations made against the organisation and the confidential..
DNA Also reported by •Zee News

Centre defends its decision to ban Zakir Naik's IRF

The Centre on Wednesday defended in the Delhi High Court its decision to ban controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation
Oneindia Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Delhi HC reserves judgment on plea by Zakir Naik's IRF against its ban by Centre

The central government had banned the IRF for five years after calling it 'unlawful association' under the anti-terror laws.

78 bank accounts of Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation under NIA scanner

The NIA has written to various banks holding 78 accounts of Zakir Naik's IRF seeking transaction details over a period of time. At least half of the banks have submitted the income tax returns related..
India Today

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