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  • J&K rehabilitation package for former militants in PoK

    Jammu and Kashmir government has given green signal to a rehabilitation policy for the former militants who crossed over to the other side of the Line of Control. The Congress party, an ally in the present Jammu and Kashmir government, opposed Oma...

  • Gujarat 2002 riots: High Court vacates stay on Panderwada case

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court vacated its stay on the investigation into exhuming of Pandarwala mass grave, after two of the accused withdrew their quashing petition. The probe, pending against seven persons, was for illegally exhuming bodies ...

  • Kashmiri women’s sordid tales of suffering

    Srinagar: International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women was organised under the stunning acknowledgment that the past 21 years have brought unfathomable distress to Kashmiri women. While 93,215 persons were killed by armed forces (or...

  • Raza Library awards scholars

    Rampur: A programme was organised at Rang Mahal in the fort here to felicitate scholars for their services and dedication towards knowledge and its propagation. After a long gap of several years, these awards were announced. Nawab Faizullah Khan A...

  • Valley youths chase their dream projects

    Kupwara: A long queue of 500 odd applicants does not disappoint them. Nor does a suggestion to opt for a monthly pension instead of seeking loan and repaying it, makes them choose the dole. They are desirous and determined to stand on their own feet.

  • Ex-terrorist on a peace mission

    Jaipur: Muhammad Altaf Butt, who had joined training camp in Pakistan and spent two years in jail, has turned over a new leaf and is on a peace march from Mumbai to Delhi. A doctor by profession, Altaf Butt, arrived in Jaipur after covering the lo...

  • Second wife accused in Maulana’s murder

    Mawana: Police claims to have solved the mystery behind Maulana Habibur Rahman’s murder. on a complaint lodged by the deceased Maulana’s son against his step-mother the police took her into custody along with her alleged paramour. The FIR already ...

  • Islamic fiqh academy organises seminar on Family management and women’s rights

    The academy received several papers pertaining to theological perspective as well as covering modern women’s predicaments in plural society. Paper on western practice of delaying marriage and its impact on the society is likely to interest women o...

  • Shibli National PG College remembers its founder

    Azamgarh: Shibli National PG College paid glowing tribute to its founding father Allama shibli Noamani on his death anniversary. Advocate Faiz Ahmad, manager, enlightened the audience on the founder’s life and the services rendered by him. He reca...

  • Restore the minority status to Jamia

    New Delhi: Muhammad Ilyas Malik, convenor of Jamia Minority Rabita Committee, in a statement urged the government to restore minority status to Jamia Millia Islamia and demanded that necessary constitutional safeguards must be ensured.

  • Urdu Academy to come up in J&K soon

    Srinagar: Abdul Ghani Malik, minister for higher education, speaking on the occasion of Urdu writer’s conference on the World Urdu Day (11 November) in Jammu said that the Jammu and Kashmir government is thinking in the direction of setting up an ...

  • Obituaries

    Inna lillahi wa inna ilahe raje yoon. Social worker NAWAB SHOALA of Sabz Bagh, Patna died here on 2 Nov. 2010...

  • Awards for Indian Muslims last fortnight

    Ms SALIHA JAMAL, a research scholar of the Department of Geography Aligarh Muslim University was awarded Professor NP Iyer young Geographer Award for the year 2010. Her research paper, 'Household Energy Used: Indoor Air Pollution and Respiratory H...

  • Indian Muslims newsmakers last fortnight

    PARVEEN AMANULLAH, NADEEM AHMAD, SK MAHBOOB BASHA,Dr. ZOHRA AHMAD,LIAQAT ALI KHAN, Maulana ZUBAIR ALWARI, MAHBOOB ALI QAISAR, Dr. QAMRUZZAMAN QURAISHI, Mr. ABUBAKAR NAQVI, Dr. ASLAM JAMSHEDPURI, SHAHZAD AHMAD, HASAN SHUJA, JALEES AHMAD, Dr. NIGAR ...

  • Muslim medical directory published in Gujarat

    Ahmedabad: The 6th edition of the Muslim Medical Students Directory Gujarat State has just been published as a result of wide and coordinated efforts and indepth field work about Muslim medical students of Gujarat. The 80-page large format directo...

  • Maulana Azad under media blackout

    Maulana Abul Kalam Azad who played a significant role in India’s struggle for freedom through his fiery pen and speech can so early and easily forgotten cannot be imagined. It is an Indian tragedy that the new generation is absolutely ignorant abo...

  • Central & state minorities bodies unconstitutional?

    Lucknow: A division bench of Allahabad High Court consisting of Chief Justice and Justice Shahidul Hasan issued notices to central and state governments and asked them to submit their replies to the Court within four weeks explaining the justifica...

  • Muslim girls Inter College at U.P.'s Sant Kabir Nagar District

    Mumbai: Al-Haj Hafiz Ali Memorial Society has decided to start Sant Kabir Nagar (U.P.) district's first school and college for Muslim girls in Dharam Singhwan village. Society's Chairman Muhammad Aslam Khan said that the foundation of this school ...

  • Jamaat-e-Islami's Muslim political party in the offing

    New Delhi: A new national level Muslim oriented political party is in the offing and will emerge on the national stage early next year. Blueprints of this party are almost complete and search for suitable persons to run the party is going on. The ...

  • From Darknesses to Light: Jamaat Islami conference in Jaipur

    'From Darknesses To Light' was the central theme of the two-day state level conference organised by the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Rajasthan, on 2-3 October 2010, at Waadi-e Amn, Karbala Ground, Jaipur. Jamaat President Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari, in...