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COMMUNITY NEWS: 1-15 April 2001

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Public interest in Islamic culture: Mikhail
New Delhi: In a reception meeting at Jamia Millia Islamia, Prof Mikhail Borosevic, director of the world famous Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia said that the visit of about two and a half lakh people during the three months Islamic Cultural Exhibition proves that people’s interest in Islamic culture has increased. A well known Orientalist Prof Mikhail has also guided about the ancient historical relics of Hadramaut. It should be noted that an exhibition of Islamic Arts was held in the capital where almost 145 Islamic relics and 300 Tartaric relics were on public display. There were ornaments of Tartar regimes of 19th and 20th centuries as well.

Jashn-e Khusrau
New Delhi: Conceived by film producer, painter and designer Muzaffar Ali, Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation organized a three-day Jahan-e-Khusrau festival at Delhi’s Humayun’s Tomb to promote peace and secularism through sufi music which went on from 8 to 10 March, witnessed a huge response from people of the Indian subcontinent and several other countries. Several artistes took part in the festival which included Abdul Karim Al-Kably from Sudan, Rumi group from Iran and prominent sufi music singer Abida Parveen from Pakistan. Muzaffar Ali said, ‘Today the poetry of Khusrau is the only answer to the strife-torn humanity.’ Pakistan High Commissioner to India Ashraf Jahangir Qazi said that in the historical context of India and Pakistan, Khusrau is a priceless asset in whom both countries take pride.

Make successful people your ideal: Dr Abid
Hyderabad: Addressing the 44th Foundation Day Function of Maulana Azad National Urdu University at Nizam College, Hyderabad, Dr Abid Hussain, former Indian ambassador to USA said that we should not consider religious prejudice or poverty a hurdle to acquiring education but we should face it with boldness and firm determination. He further said that we should learn from the early lives of ideal people such as Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and others who continued their studies even in the face of extreme poverty but with hard work and determination reached positions where many resourceful persons not have access. We need to change our mentality, he said. In his presidential address Dr Ishaq Gymkhanawala said that it is very essential to link Urdu students with means of livelihood. Then only the number of students will increase. He further said that Urdu is the third most important of the 15 important languages of the world and that to associate Urdu with a particular group of people is an insult to it. This the is the language of love, brotherhood and Hindu-Muslim unity, he said.

Vajpayee statement condemned
New Delhi: National general secretary of Samajwadi party and editor of weekly Nai Dunya and daily Awam Shahid Siddiqui has criticized Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on his statement that, ‘We will win the elections without Muslims’ vote and that Muslims should think over their attitude.’ He said that this is an insult to democracy and a threat to Muslims and that the PM is trying to give a communal colour to elections. Siddiqui said that the BJP has been continuously tormenting Muslims and playing Ram temple card. He said that the BJP has avoided Muslims and not the vice versa and that Atalji is not only a BJP leader but the Prime Minster of India as well. He further said that the PM should apologise to the Indian public and should change his anti Muslim policies. By blaming Muslims for BJP’s defeat Atalji is trying to cover up his shortcomings, he added.



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