Community News

  • Muslim leaders’ guidance to Muslims for census

    New Delhi: Muslim leaders at different forums are trying to convince Muslims that there is a planned conspiracy in the whole country to show a much smaller population of Muslims in the country by hiding their true population and there is a whol...

  • Demand to free innocent Muslims after Swamy’s confession

    New Delhi: General secretary of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), MP and leader of the party in Rajya Sabha, Tariq Anwar, in a letter to Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has stated that after the Makka Masjid bomb blast accused and RSS leader...

  • Riot victims still live in unbearable surroundings in Gujarat

    New Delhi: Zakat Foundation of India Chairman, Dr. Syed Zafar Mahmood, in a meeting here after return from his tour of Gujarat said that most of the riot-affected people of Gujarat are still facing great difficulties, particularly in those loca...

  • Scholarships to be given by Jamiat Ulama

    New Delhi: Jamiat Ulama-e Hind’s general secretary Maulana Mahmood Madni, who is also Rajya Sabha MP, said here on 10 January that, as in the past, scholarships to technical education students would be given for the year 2010-11. He said ...

  • Computer Learning Centre of IOS, Delhi

    New Delhi: The Computer Learning Centre started by the Institute of Objective Studies (IOS) in cooperation with Delhi Minorities Commission one year ago for Muslim girl students has completed one year and the first batch of about 40 girl studen...

  • Indian Muslim boy becomes CA in Australia

    Prantij (Distt. Sanbarkatha, Gujarat): A Muslim boy from a village Prantij passed C.A. examination in Australia. He scored fifth rank in Taxation. Mannan Rashid Ahmad Chamdawala after passing 12th examination from Ahmedabad went to Australia si...

  • Contract killing planned by one’s only son

    Dhampur (UP): The only son of a wayward father was compelled to plan contract-killing of his father. Shahzad confessed that he gave Rs 20,000 to two contract killers to eliminate his father. He told the police that his father Kalwa (45) was a d...

  • Mass-marriage programme at Darul Uloom Hasaniah

    Mangrol (Gujarat): In these days of sky rocketing prices, marriages have become a great anxiety for the poor who cannot afford to bear the burden. Director of London-based Al-Falah Trust (U.K.) Haji Abdullah and Darul Uloom Hasaniah, engaged in...

  • Stop harassing Kashmiris: Central advice to states

    New Delhi: In an advisory issued by the centre to state governments, the union home ministry has directed them to exercise sensitivity while making enquiries about J&K residents living in different parts of the country. This has come as one...

  • “Sri M” publishes yogi’s autobiography

    Mumtaz Ali Khan, social activist, spiritual leader, educationist and an activist for inter-religious harmony and understanding is well-versed in Qur’an, Bible, Bhagwad Gita, Vedas and Upanishads. Born in Trivandrum, Mumtaz Ali Khan, who i...

  • Hair stylist Jawed Habib’s venture to raise Rs 60 crore

    New Delhi: Jawed Habib Hair & Beauty Ltd (JHHBL) has approached Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to raise Rs 60 crore through a public issue to expand his business in India and abroad. Promoted by Jawed Habib Akhtar, the famo...

  • SC notice in Sohrabuddin fake encounter case

    Ahmedabad: The SC issued a strong notice to the Gujarat government on the CBI’s appeal to transfer the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case outside the state. A bench comprising Justice Aftab Alam and R.M. Lodha issued notices to the Gujarat g...

  • Canadian Sikhs oppose visa to Modi

    Ottawa: “World Sikh Organisation” of Canadian Sikhs has opposed Canadian proposal to invite Narendra Modi. In a letter addressed to Canadian Immigration Chief, Jesson Keney, and other government officials the organisation has oppose...

  • CBI opposes bail petitions of Malegaon blast accused

    New Delhi: Inspite of Swami Aseemanand’s confession about various bomb blasts masterminded by him; the CBI has objected to the bail petitions of the nine accused on the ground that no valid reason for their release was mentioned in their ...

  • Released SIMI activists re-arrested

    Ujjain: Like the Supreme Court which reviewed its judgement on Graham Staines murder; the MP government “reviewed” its order of releasing five SIMI activists on the Republic Day on the ground of good conduct. However, the matter is ...

  • Imams to boycott marriages adopting un-Islamic practices

    Khatoli: United Front (Muttahida Mahaz) organised a conference at this city’s General Guest House to consider un-Islamic practices in the marriages of Muslims. A group of about 140 Imams and ulama of different mosques, while criticising un-Islamic...

  • Communal tension in Udaipur

    Jaipur: A minor tiff between two friends of different communities took a communal turn leading to a clash between Hindus and Muslims. According to reports, two friends, Raees and Mohan of Naya Kheda village of Udaipur district (Rajasthan) were ...

  • Five years RI to eight persons for slaughtering cows

    Kairana: A local court of Kairana sentenced eight persons to 5 years rigorous imprisonment as well as fine of Rs Five thousand each for slaughtering cows. According to the news provided by an informer to police, Jhanjhana police team led by the...

  • Videography of Waqf properties in Rajasthan

    Jaipur: Rajasthan government has taken a decision to get all Waqf properties in the state videographed in order to protect them from illegal occupation. In the first stage about 3000 Waqf properties in the state will be videographed. In the who...

  • Darul Uloom pleads for Muslim reservation

    New Delhi: Demanding reservation for Muslims in government jobs and other spheres, Maulana Ghulam Muhammad Vastanvi, the new rector of Darul Uloom Deoband, appreciated the Sachar Committee recommendations. Recalling that Muslims have very poor ...