Special Reports

  • Auto driver Shahzad sets an example in honesty

    In this materialistic world where people fight and even kill for a petty amount, an auto driver has set an example of honesty for one and all. Shahzad a resident of Ujjain, who earns his living by plying an auto rickshaw, has done a commendable...

  • Questions put forth by Rihai Manch before the Muslim MLAs and ministers of Samajwadi Party

    1. Zaheer Alam Falahi, uncle of Khalid Mujahid, has registered a named FIR against the policemen involved for his murder. Nothing has been done so far as no arrests and no dismissals have been made. What are your views with regard to this? Why ...

  • Khalid Mujahid’s death galvanises Muslims

    New Delhi: Once again the Indian Muslim community is outraged to a level never seen since the Batla House murders, called "encounter" by the Delhi Police. Once again the community has taken to streets in all big and small towns and ma...

  • Nang-e Deen, nang-e watan

    New Delhi: The Indian Muslim community is falling fast in the abyss of self-seekers and traitors. As if psychophancy and selling themselves cheap to political masters at home was not enough, a self-serving class consisting of pseudo “Musl...

  • Educational Conference in Vaniyambadi

    Vaniyambadi (Tamil Nadu): The Vaniyambadi Muslim Educational (VME) Society held a two-day counseling session on 28-29 June. The counselor was Dr. Ali Khawjah and his team from Banjara Academy, Bangalore. It was well-planned event to cater to th...

  • Bihar girl wins Fulbright Fellowship

    Patna: Bringing laurels to Bihar and her community, Zeeshan Ali has won Fulbright Fellowship awarded by the United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF). She will be the first Muslim girl from Bihar to have won the prestigious fellowship....

  • Success against all odds

    Ahmedabad's senior journalist Abdul Hafiz Lakhani's daughter Uzma (16) cracked the 'hard-nut' of Std. 10th in Gujarat State Education Board's Examination with 91% marks. Her success is more noteworthy as last March when her ...

  • Gujarat trust promotes education

    Roshan Safar, a charitable trust registered with Waqf Board Gujarat, is active in all aspects touching upon the life of our society and helping the poor, especially Muslims in Gujarat. The trust runs computer classes, tuition classes, Mehndi an...

  • Assam too looks for AMU Campus, Education

    Guwhahti: A meeting of around sixty prominent educationists and community leaders including MLAs and MP at Hotel Ambarish here hled on 2 July has decided to organize a National Conference on Minority Educationa in Northeast under the aegis o...

  • Shahabuddin felicitated in Washington DC

    + Pic On June 19, the Association of Indian Muslims of America (AIM) hosted a well-attended dinner reception in Washington DC for Syed Shahabuddin, one of the most senior leaders of the Muslim community in India. In his address to the audi...

  • Falahuddarain holds annual Sirat conference

    By Showkat Nanda showkatnanda@gmail.com   Baramulla (J&K) : "Western propaganda against Islam and Muslims and branding them as extremists and terrorists cannot  wash away the fact that the Prophet of Islam came as the a...

  • Monorail to serve pilgrims this Haj

    Makkah: The first phase of the Makkah Monorail project is expected to be completed before this year’s Haj. This will enable Haj pilgrims to use 35 percent of train service, said Chairman of the Saudi Railway Organization (SRO) Abdul Aziz ...

  • UP minority commission encourages Muslim women to voice their plight

    S.M.A. Kazmi, chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Minority Commission while speaking on the occasion of social meet organised by Tarun Chetna (an NGO) at Patti in Pratapgarh, which is working for the welfare of Muslim women said that Muslim women mus...

  • Balesar riot victims maltreated by Rajasthan govt

    By Mohammad Naushad Khan Clashes erupted at Balesar in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur district on 22 May following a dispute between two communities over the widening of a road. As a result, the Muslim locality was attacked by a 4,000-strong mo...

  • Yaqub Bhai Zinga: NRI philonthropist

    Ahmedabad: Yaqub Bhai Ibrahim Bhai Zinga, an NRI settled in Preston (Britain), is a trustee of North West Relief Trust which has been spending huge sums for humanitarian causes. It began operating when Gujarat was devastated by an earthquake in...

  • 11-Year-Old Farman Knows Five Languages

    Farman Ahmad Khan is an eleven-year-old boy who is learning in standard six now in a local Urdu medium school in Pusad in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra. He is the son of an Urdu, Hindi, Persian and English poet and writer, Khan Hasnain Aaqib...

  • Repeal all draconian black laws

    New Delhi: A national convention was organized here by the Welfare Party of India and Association for the Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) on  14 April. It strongly demanded the repeal of all draconian black laws like UAPA, AFSPA, MCOCA e...

  • Medical camp in Azamgarh

    Azamgarh: A free medical camp was organised here at Kaonra Gohni village near the town of Saraimir on 28 April. A team of physicians participated in the camp and offered free services to the people of the area. Dr Mohsin Raza of AMU inaugurated...

  • Seminar on Shah Waliullah and book release of collection of his treatises

    New Delhi: A seminar including a book release was organised here on 7 May by Shah Waliullah Institute headed by Mufti Ataur Rahman Qasmi, a well-known scholar and teacher of Islamic sciences. Union Minister of Technology Kapil Sibal graced the ...

  • Empowering Muslims through RTI

    By Raja Muzaffar Bhat The Right to Information Act (RTI Act 2005) enacted by Government of India is not applicable to Jammu & Kashmir in view of the special constitutional status of J&K state provided under article 370 of the const...