Special Reports

  • Ajmal is a big name in the global perfume market

    By M. Burhanuddin Qasmi manager@markazulmaarif.org Mumbai, 3 Nov.: Ajmal Perfumes, claims to be the leader in Indian perfumery and a household name in the Middle East, recently has set one more milestone in innovative products promotion....

  • FEED offers scholarships to disabled

    Hyderabad’s Foundation For Economic And Educational Development (FEED) offered scholarships  to a number of handicapped youths for basic computer education, English language and Personality Development courses. All students have pass...

  • The Youngest Animator

    By Syed Sujeel Ahmed Aman Rahman is seeking entry into the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest animator and lecturer in the world. At an age when kids hardly manage to move the mouse, Aman Rahman is astonishing p...

  • Muslim keeper of ancient temples

    Kolkata: While the country was waiting for the Ayodhya verdict, a Muslim in West Bengal has made it his life's mission to protect a group of 30 medieval temples. Yasin Pathan of Patra village in West Midnapore is a peon at a local school, h...

  • Sahulat microfinance network in India

    New Delhi/Patna 29 Sep: Sahulat Microfinance Society is seriously working on using microfinance as a tool to alleviate poverty. Launched earlier this year by the Delhi-based Human Welfare Foundation, the Society is building a network of microfi...

  • Irfan’s cartoons exhibition

    New Delhi: BJP leader L K Advani was not Irfan's first choice to inaugurate his 7th Cartoon Exhibition here this month. When some Congress leaders refused, he felt the "opposition" is people's voice! This series of 15 cartoons...

  • WAMY holds 11th conference at Jakarta

    By Our Own Correspondent Jakarta: Riyadh-based international Muslim youth organisation, World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) held its 11th international conference at Jakarta during 2-4 October with 700 Muslim community leaders from 80 co...

  • “Hindu freedom fighters” on the prowl

    New Delhi: While the Union Home Ministry bans SIMI and the shadowy “Indian Mujahidin,” Hindutva terrorists are having a field day. Dozens of suspects named in the Malegaon blast chargesheet roam around free, no one has touched the B...

  • Torchlight demo on Batla anniversary

    By Tarique Anwar New Delhi: Reiterating their demand to conduct a judicial enquiry in the Batla House ‘Encounter’, Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA) and All India Students’ Association (AISA), student wi...

  • Deganga riots in West Bengal

    By Sabir Ghaffar Kolkata: Violent riots erupted in Deganga area (North 24 Parganas) on the evening of 7 September when the Muslim community objected to the construction of a Puja Pandal enroaching 40 feet inside the Muslim burial ground. T...

  • Lecture on Syria and Turkey

    MG Editor Zafarul-Islam Khan deliverd a lecture on the situation in Syria and Turkey at the Jamaat-e Islami Hind headquarters in Delhi on 15 June. He explained the delicate situation in both the countries  saying that an anti-people regime...

  • Human Chain’s symposium on education

    New Delhi: Over the last few decades civil society groups and organisations have played pivotal role on a range of issues from fighting for justice, civil liberties and equality to working at grassroots level to bring positive change in people&...

  • AFMI to hold next convention at Guwahati

    Guwahati: The American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) will hold its 22nd International Convention on Education and Gala Award Programme on 28-29 December, 2013 in Guwahati in association with Markazul Ma’arif and Ajmal Foun...

  • Iqbal Ahmed: Islamic artist par excellence

    By Mushtaque Madni Editor, Usool, Pune “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,’ said the world renowned Spanish ‘wizard of brush’ Pablo Picasso in one of his famous quotes. For Pune-based artist ...

  • Inquiry ordered into Sarada violence

    Jaipur: Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on 24 August ordered an inquiry by the divisional commissioner of Udiapur into the series of communal violence incidents at Sarada town in Udaipur district in which almost 70 Muslim homes were looted ...

  • This Khan is Bill Gates’ favourite teacher

    Sal Khan, you can count Bill Gates as your newest fan. Gates is a voracious consumer of online education. This past spring a colleague at his small think tank, bgC3, e-mailed him about the nonprofit khanacademy.org, a vast digital trove of ...

  • Where is this fighter against terror?

    This man called Praveen Swami, popularly known as “stenographer of the IB”, is untraceable of late. He had converted the pages of The Hindu, otherwise a secular, sober and responsible publication, to a propaganda vehicle of the IB a...

  • PFI rehearses of Independence Day parade

    Popular Front of India conducted Independence Day uniform rehearsal on 5 Aug at B. B. M. P. Ground Shivaji Nagar (Chota Maidan) in Bangalore. This programme was a rehearsal of the upcoming Independence Day celebration planned to be held in Myso...

  • Instead of healing touch, Delhi rushed Rapid Action Force wearing UN helmets

    Srinagar: Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel - specially airlifted from New Delhi to Kashmir - have been deployed in Srinagar and some other towns on 6 August. This was a demonstration by the Centre that it blindly stands by the failed CM.

  • Hotel cleaner returns $50,000

    A hotel cleaner who earns just Indian Rs 2000 a month, has been hailed a national hero in Pakistan after he returned $50,000 in cash left behind by an absent-minded guest. Essa [Jesus] Khan found the bag of notes stuffed in a safe deposit b...