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  • Movement launched for a university in Murshidabad

    Jalangi, Murshidabad (West Bengal):  Murshidabad district has old cultural traditions. Once it was the capital city of Bengal [including what is now Bangladesh], Bihar and Orissa. It was not a backward area educationally and culturally. Th...

  • Orientalists laid the foundation for the intellectual bias against Muslims

    Lucknow: Most of the scholars and litterateurs of Europe in their writings and literary works have expressed negative views about Islam and Muslims and the foundation of enmity and misconception (about Islam and Muslims) was laid in 8th century...

  • Jamia a bouquet of culture and technique: HRD minister

    New Delhi: Jamia Millia Islamia University’s Convocation was held on 11 November in Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Sports complex (previously known as Bhopal Ground) when union HRD minister of state Dr. M. N. Pande in his Convocation address de...

  • No Urdu teachers appointed though half academic year

    New Delhi: This year (2016)’s first academic term is coming to an end, exams have also ended and from next month (November) teaching for second term will start but it is a pity that appointment of Urdu teachers in government schools is no...

  • Delhi government admits to shortage of Urdu teachers

    New Delhi: According to Delhi government’s department of education, there is a shortage of Urdu teachers but in spite of this, teaching of Urdu has been started in some new schools and also there has been an increase in the number of stud...

  • Minority community artisans exhibit, sell in Trade Fair

    New Delhi: National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (NMDFC), on behalf of union ministry of minorities affairs under its ‘Ustad’ scheme will be taking part in ‘India International Trade Fair-2016’ which is...

  • Jamia to be 100 percent wifi: VC

    New Delhi: Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University Prof. Tal’at Ahmad said while talking to UNI that this university will soon become a totally wifi-enabled central University and this will be the first central university of th...

  • Tajamul Islam

    Looks can be deceptive and that holds true for Tajamul Islam, an eight-year-old soft-spoken girl from a remote north Kashmir village.  She made history on 15 November by winning the gold medal in the sub-junior category at the World Kickbo...

  • AWARDS

    Prof. QAMRUZZAMAN QURESHI, founder of Deoband Unani Medical College, patron of a number of educational and other institutions, former member of CCIM (Central Council of Indian Medicines) who rendered valuable services in the field of education ...

  • Men & Women In News

    MASA’AD QIDWAI, noted litterateur, poet, journalist and educationist and presently serving as Director (Education) in Jamia Urdu, Aligarh has been appointed Shaikhul Jamia (Vice Chancellor) of Jamia Urdu (Aligarh) with immediate effect, a...

  • Telugu writer brings out calendar of Indian Muslim freedom fighters

    Telugu writer Syed Naseer Ahamed, with the help of Mohammed Farookh Shubli, Founder President of Youth Welfare, Vijayawada, has brought out a calendar for 2017 bearing photos of India's Muslim freedom fighters. Syed Naseer Ahamed has be...

  • Sikhs return mosque to Muslims

    Panipat: Sikhs of village Kol, district Fatehabad in Haryana, vacated a mosque which was converted into a gurdwara soon after Partition. The gurudwara has now been shifted to another place in the same village. Dr. J. Ram, head of the gurudwara ...

  • Urdu Darwaza being built in Deoband

    Deoband: UP Urdu Academy is building a grand Urdu Darwaza in Deoband as a memorial to the freedom fighter Sheikhul Hind Maulana Mahmood Hasan Deobandi, the foundation stone of which was laid by UP chief minister Akhilesh Singh on 8 September. S...

  • Summons issued against AMU-VC, PVC and some teachers

    Aligarh: After Presidnet Pranab Mukherjee’s approval for initiating enquiries against AMU-VC Zamiruddin Shah into allegations of financial and administrative irregularities in this University, Aligarh’s District and Session Judge&rs...

  • JNU’s missing student not traceable

    New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University’s student, Najeeb Ahmad of MSc (Biotechnology) 1st year who was found missing after being thrashed by mischievous elements of ABVP on 15 October has not been traced even after ten days in spite of al...

  • Plan to promote Urdu and calligraphy in Old Delhi

    New Delhi: Shahjahanabad Redevelopment Corporation (SRC), in order to promote the language of the Walled City (Old Delhi), plans to organise discussions, workshops, cultural programmes in cooperation with art and culture conservation experts. S...

  • Welfare and development schemes for Muslims of Telangana

    Hyderabad: Telangana’s chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao said while talking to media persons here on 12 October that 70 years have passed since India’s independence and about 60 years have passed since the formation of Andhra Pra...

  • Setting up of IIM, IIT in Jammu criticised

    Srinagar: Interim President of National Conference Omar Abdullah said in a tweet on the twitter of micro blogging’s website that in the meeting of central cabinet, it has approved of the setting up of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) ...

  • No Muslim beggars if Zakat is used properly

    Lucknow: According to a recent report published in the English daily ‘Indian Express’, according to the 2011 census the total number of beggars in the country is 3.7 lakh (3,70,000) of which the number of Muslim beggars is about 930...

  • W. Bengal riots: Result of a planned conspiracy

    Kolkata:  Whereas the BJP is holding Muslims responsible for the communal riots of Haji Nagar, Marwarikal, Naya Bazar and Billore Para in North 24-Parganas district, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government of Mamata Banerji is not prepared...