Gulam Jeelani writes on politics, national affairs and socio-economic issues for Hindustan Times. A journalist for seven years, he worked in Lucknow and Srinagar, before moving to New Delhi.
Articles by Gulam Jeelani
All the major political parties, except the Communist Party of India (CPI), have refused to furnish information on the donations received by them.
Housing finance companies harassing consumers had better mend their ways, else they would end up paying huge sums as compensation for violation of their rights.
From the peak of success to the pits of neglect, the first woman from Uttar Pradesh to scale Mount Everest has seen both aspects of life in a short span. Pain has been her only ‘reward’ so far as no government recognition has come for this unsung braveheart in her homeland.
Burqa-clad Anjum Bano, 42, is averse to being clicked by a camera. But this housewife from Bilaujpora locality of Bazarkhala area in Old City did not want to miss the chance to exercise her franchise on Sunday.
Bundle after bundle of tarpaulin emptied out, giving the grey monotony of stone a lively yellow or pink makeover. Plywood boxes supported by iron scaffoldings rose in the air. Gulam Jeelani & Darpan Singh report. Covering Maya's icons
Updated on Jan 11, 2012 09:18 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByGulam Jeelani & Darpan Singh, Lucknow/noida
A conglomerate of small parties headed by prominent cleric snaps ties with Peace Party for its ‘wrong functioning.’
Updated on Jan 10, 2012 04:25 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTariq Khan & Gulam Jeelani, Lucknow
In a freewheeling conversation with M Tariq Khan and Gulam Jeelani, Maulana Salman Nadwi shares his views and the reasons that prompted him to take the plunge trying to forge an alliance of Muslim and OBC outfits in the state.
Updated on Jan 06, 2012 04:24 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByM Tariq Khan and Gulam Jeelani, Etah
Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said the group's high decibel campaign against the Congress was deliberate because it was the only party in a position to ensure a strong Jan Lokpal. Gulam Jeelani reports.
The wear and tear in the tracks near the accident site in Fatehpur could be the reason for Sunday’s mishap, experts have suggested. Gulam Jeelani reports.
Motilal, 40, was just half an hour journey away from Kanpur when one of the worst train accidents ever killed four of his friends on Sunday afternoon.
After the extraction of 27 more bodies over a span of 25 hours, army and National Disaster Response Force personnel ended the rescue operations in Malwan, where the Kalka Mail had derailed on Sunday. Haider Naqvi and Gulam Jeelani report.
Updated on Jul 12, 2011 12:34 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByHaider Naqvi/Gulam Jeelani, Malwan
Army chief General VK Singh on Wednesday said the Indian armed forces were capable of carrying out surgical operations against terrorists similar to the one conducted by the US in Pakistan to kill al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden. Gulam Jeelani reports.