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Published in the 16-30 Jun 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

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Brides at Muslims mass marriage on 

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25 May at Ahmedbad


Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittihadul Muslimeem (AIMIM) extended its support to a Congress-led secular government at the Centre. The newly-elected member of parliament of the AIMIM came to Delhi with a letter of party president Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi. In his letter addressed to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and President Dr APJ Abudl Kalam, Owaisi extended his support to the new government. In his telephonic conversation, Congress general secretary and Member of CWC, Ghulam Nabi Azad thanked Owaisi for his support. Azad said Majlis had played an important part in overthrowing the TDP-BJP government from power in the state. Owaisi said his party would extend every possible assistance to keep communal parties away from power. 

The AIMIM MP, Asududdin Owaisi presented his party’s recommendations for the common minimum programme. These recommendations among other things included establishment of national projects to provide employment to youth and women in Hyderabad and granting A-one city status to Hyderabad.

New Delhi: When it comes to restoration of friendly relations between India and Pakistan, Kashmir is always a problem. But the decision of India to allow Pakistani citizens the facility of treatment and even free treatment of critical heart problems is relieving to them.

This began with the successful operation of Noor Fatima, known to Indians as Baby Noor. That was a year ago. This time it was the seven-year-old Qurratul Ain who was successfully operated upon with the help of a modern technique without using anesthesia. It was a miraculous operation. The heart which was by birth on her right side was transplanted to the left side through balooning process, a revolutionary scietific technique in the field of blood circulation. Belonging to Karachi in Pakistan, Qurrat’s operation was done at The Heart Centre, situated in Lajpat Nagar in South Delhi. After the operation, the noted surgeon, Dr M Khalilullah of the centre said the child is now OK. He said it was a difficult operation. The parents of the child said they tried at various hospitals in countries from India to America but doctors failed to understand what technique should be used. Now they must be happy. After all, they have got a hearty response from India.

Hyderabad: Consul general, Islamic Republic of Iran, Hussain Rawash has said India and Iran have centuries-old relationships. Iranians did not come to India to rule over it. They have made great contribution to the art and culture of this country. 
Mr Rawash was speaking on the occasion of Quli Qutub Shah Day, organised by Idara Adabiyat-e-Urdu. During the days of Qutab Shah in Hyderabad, Iranian culture and civilisation penetrated in Indian culture. After founding Hyderabad city, Qutub Shah constructed the grand building of Charminar, which stands on four pillars and which is based on the architectural style of the city of Isfahan in Iran, he said. Rawash said Iranian government would take the responsibility for protection of Qutub Shahi tombs and cultural delegates of Iran would participate in the 45th anniversary of Idara Adabiyat-e-Urdu. 

Presiding over the meeting, Ibrahim bin Abdullah Masqati, chairman of A. P. Urdu Academy said though Qutab Shah was an Iranian, the way he ruled in India in a strange and new atmosphere, is worth emulation by today’s rulers. Zahid Ali Khan, president of Idara Adabiyat and editor of Urdu daily Siyasat was among the speakers.

New Delhi: A function was held at Delhi Gate on the occasion of 115th birth anniversary of freedom fighter Asif Ali. Delhi’s mayor AR Verma garlanded the freedom fighter’s statue. Deputy mayor Ramesh Datta was also present.

Speaking on this occasion Verma said Asif Ali always tried for Delhi’s development. He wanted to keep the city clean. He was appointed member of Delhi’s Municipal Corporation for two years, Verma said. He had complete information about problems of Delhi.

Kolkata: A drop of life can change your life, in the negative too. In Mondalpara village of West Bengal’s Murshidabad district a man divorced his wife just for administering polio drop to her child. The husband had strictly ordered wife not to feed polio drop to the child. The incident has put health officers in a quandary.
According to sources, Mumtaz Ali Shaikh had strictly forbidden his wife to administer polio drop to the child. Health officers many times tried to persuade Mumtaz to administer polio drops to his son but he never agreed. Mumtaz wasn’t at home when an officer came on 25 May. The officer succeeded in convincing his wife to administer polio drop. All hell broke loose when Mumtaz came to know about it. He divorced his wife. 

A helpless Tulo Bibi soon contacted the heath officers. They tried to pacify Mumtaz but could not succeed. Later they reported the case to district authorities. While Mumtaz had divorced his wife, health officers are trying to persuade him through a local Aalim to change his obstinacy.

Hyderabad: Islamic Research & Educational Foundation (IREF) conducted a programme on the topic “The Un-changeable Quran’ here at Exhibition Grounds, Nampally on 22 May. After formal inauguration of the programme, the IREF president, Imran delivered a talk on some popularly discussed misconceptions regarding the teachings of the Quran. He clarified these misconceptions in the light of his comparative study of religions, reasoning, logic and scientific understanding in a convincing manner. He emphasised the need for changing the attitude of wrongly practising Muslims. The talk was followed by an open question and answer session. Around 30000 Muslims and non-Muslims attended the programme. (Abu Bakar Bin Haqqani / Hyderabad)

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