Community News

  • English newspaper Milli Gazette Says Goodbye to Readers

    We realise that The Milli Gazette was not fully discharging the service needed by the 200 million Muslims of India. Muslims need to have a number of Hindi and English newspapers, FM radio stations and TV channels of their own.

  • Housemaid Noor Jehan returns safely from KSA

    Hyderabad (20 January 2017): Noor Jehan Begum resident of Asad Baba Nagar, Kishan Bagh who was promised a good job with a salary of 1500 SR in Madina KSA and went on a Khadama visa from Hyderabad on 20th Sep 2016 has now returned safel...

  • 159 years later, Waris Ali accepted as freedom fighter

    Muzaffarpur (Bihar) administration has accepted Waris Ali as a freedom fighter after 159 years of his execution by the British. Waris Ali was a jamadar of police in Motipur when he led a gherao by 12000 farmers of a jail and helped freedom figh...

  • Muslim PL Board’s signature campaign misleading: Muslim women

    Lucknow: President of All India Muslim Women Personal Law Board Mrs. Shaistah Amber while describing the signature campaign sponsored by All India Muslim P. L. Board as an attempt to mislead women said that it would have been better if, in the ...

  • Committee to look into complaints against Aalia Uni officials

    Kolkata: Students of Kolkata’s Aalia University located at Roger Heart Campus are on strike for about two weeks against mismanagement by University authorities, absence of basic facilities like clean drinking water, unhygienic conditions,...

  • Govt claim of controlling black money doubtful: JIH

    New Delhi: Jamaat-e Islami, expressing doubt over government’s objectives and reasons behind suddenly demonetising Rs. 500 and RS. 1000 curency notes and issuance of new notes, said in a press release on 12 November that only time will te...

  • BJP’s 47 Muslim candidates won in Maha municipal elections

    Mumbai: After demonetization of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 currency notes by the present central government, local bodies / municipal  elections were held in Gujrat and Maharashtra, in both of which BJP-led governemnts came out, contrary to expe...

  • Urmila Mittal Trus’t scholarships to 75 girl students of AMU

    Aligarh: Shrimati Urmila Mittal Trust has honoured 75 girl students of AMU with its scholarships at a function held at Zakir Husain Engineering College’s Conference Hall on 29 November when Mrs. Urmila Mittal’s husband, C. D. Mittal...

  • Draft of new edu policy worries educationists

    New Delhi: An unsigned draft of the proposed new education policy which appeared on HRD ministry’s website is a cause of worry to educationists, intellectuals, social workers etc who have decided to protest against it. They fear that if t...

  • Sharia laws safe: Memon

    Mumbai: Eminent lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP, Majid Memon, referring to his meeting with Law Commission's Chairman, Justice B. S. Chauhan on 12 November, made an appeal to Muslims not to worry about government’s interference in Muslim pe...

  • Sharia laws safe: Memon

    Mumbai: Eminent lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP, Majid Memon, referring to his meeting with Law Commission's Chairman, Justice B. S. Chauhan on 12 November, made an appeal to Muslims not to worry about government’s interference in Muslim pe...

  • Azamgarh artisans embroider Ka’aba cover

    Mubarakpur (Azamgarh): Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh district has earned name and fame for many of its characteristics. Among many things that have brought fame to it, one is the beautiful and priceless embroidery work on the cover (ghilaaf) o...

  • Abdul Karim Tunda acquitted in Panipat bomb blast case

    Chandigarh:  The alleged LeT explosive expert, Abdul Karim Tunda, was acquitted by the Panipat district court on 1 December due to lack of evidence against him in a case relating to the 1997 bomb blast on a private bus in Panipat. The 73-y...

  • Communal riots feared in U.P. before the elections

    Saharanpur:  The national general secretary of BSP, Naseemuddin Siddiqui, has said, “Riots do not occur by themselves but are engineered”. Expressing fear of riots in U.P., he alleged that the BJP in its bid to wrest power and ...

  • Assamese Muslims harassed, jailed, on citizenship issue

    New Delhi:  Poor Assamese Muslims are facing arrest on the mere doubt of being either Bangladeshi or Myanmar citizens. When people complained to the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), it expressed its anxiety to the Union Home Minis...

  • Construction of ‘Zakir Bagh-2’ started

    New Delhi:   The Chairman of Jamia Cooperative Bank, Mirza Qamrul-Hasan, son of late Faridul-Hasan Beg, has announced the construction of ‘Zakir Bagh 2’, to commemorate the memory of his late father who had established the...

  • Shahnaz trained 40 thousand people into skilled workers

    New Delhi: Mrs Shahnaz Husain, head of Shahnaz Husain International Academy, Shahnaz Herbal etc group in alliance with Delhi’s Ayurvedic cosmetics manufacturing company is said to hav created a record of making about 40,000 people skilled...

  • Need for research on Hijama

    New Delhi: Regima Scientific Training Institute of Hijama Centre, Delhi organised a convocation at India Islamic Cultural Centre here  when certificates were distributed among the first batch of students who had completed their training in...

  • UP govt accords permanent recognition to 2000 madrasas

    Lucknow: UP government’s Madrasa Education Board has recognised about two thousand madrasas in the state. Giving this information, Board’s Registrar Muhammad Tariq said that along with the recognition of these old and new madrasas t...

  • Notice to Centre, UP govts on exemption from RTE Act

    New Delhi: Supreme Court of India in response to a petition filed by Independent Schools Federation of India, an institution of private schools, to reconsider the verdict of this cour’s constitution bench according to which provisions of ...