Special Reports

  • Ghalib’s Haveli

    Through the narrow lanes off Chandni Chowk, as you walk down Gali Qasimjan and approach the corner of Ballimaran, which is now a cluster of small shops selling spectacles, you come face to face the haveli of the great poet laureate of Hindusan,...

  • Ajmal Foundation relief touches 30,000

    Guwahati: Ajmal Foundation, an NGO based in Assam, is close at achieving the target of 30,000 BPL families to be assisted under a plan for providing food material, utensils, clothes and other utility items for tiding over their immediate hardsh...

  • Practice teachings of Hadrat Ali

    New Delhi:  A conference was held at Ghalib Academy here on 26 June to commemorate the martyrdom of Hadrat Ali ibn Abi Talib by the Bazm-e-Yadgar-e-Anees. General Manager of Yamuna Express Way, Ashja Raza Zaidi, presided over the event. Sp...

  • Homes Charity Alliance Built for Muzaffarnagar Riot Victims

    We had funds to complete 32 houses and a hall. All houses are on the periphery of the plot. There are no open sewage lines, all lines are covered and supported by several large septic tanks. The plot has deep borewell hand-pumps.

  • Arshiya is second topper of CET Maharashtra 2016

    Solapur: Arshiya Yunus Choudhari, a student of A D Joshi College Solapur, stood second in Maharashtra state CET exam in the results this year. She secured 199 marks out of 200 and declared second topper. Her performance in HSC 2016  ex...

  • In Kashmir village, IMRC organizes grand Iftar

    Sumbal (Kashmir): US-based Indian Muslim Relief & Charities (IMRC) on June 19 organised a grand Iftaar-cum-dinner at Zalpora village in Sumbal Sonawari area of Kashmir under its “Village Iftar Program” for more than 1200 persons...

  • An Educational Institution Devoted to Slum Dwellers

    New Delhi: Jamia Nagar based slum-dwellers’ educational institution, The Oxford Square, recently announced that it is prepared to take 100 orphan students for admission to classes I to VIII to provide them with high-class modern education...

  • Kerala Medical Entrance Exam Topper

    Muhammed Sabith Calicut: “I want to join government service. Instead of focusing on earning more, I want people who know me should say only good things about me,” says Muhammed Munavvir, the topper in Kerala State Medical Entra...

  • Maaz Farooqui achieves 98% in CBSE

    MAAZ FAROOQI, son of Saad Farooq achieved an aggregate of 98 percent in the CBSE examination this year. He is a student of DPS Noida. Maaz is the grandson of Muhammad Abul Fazal Farooqi, the well-known coloniser who built Abul Fazal Enclave on ...

  • Assam Muslim boy tops tenth std exams

    By Nava Thakuria Guwahati: An Assamese Muslim student has topped the exams of the Board of Secondary Education Assam-conducted High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination which failed to make a national headline, but if a Hindu boy ...

  • Muhammad Ali, the King of Kings, bows out

    Nobody, not even my own mother’s death shook me as that of the sporting world’s biggest icon – Mohammed Ali. While I was waiting for my wife to take her to the dentist at 5:30 pm, I opened the television for a while and saw a ...

  • Rain forces Hindu pilgrims to stay in mosque at Mahakumbh

    Ujjain:   On the occasion of the second “Shahi” bath at Mahakumbh, in the pilgrim city of Ujjain, on 10 May, rain and high-speed dust-storm upset the programme of the pilgrims who had arrived here covering long distances. ...

  • Sikh translated Qur’an into Punjabi, Hindus bore printing expenses

    Bathinda:  A copy of the first Punjabi translation of the Holy Qur’an has been discovered recently in Punjab’s Moga village. It was published in 1911 with the combined efforts of two Hindus and a Sikh. During the last 105 years...

  • Communal Violence and the Identity of Groups

    New Delhi: A lecture on “Communal Violence and the Identity of Groups” was organised here by the Institute of Objective Studies on 21 May. Delivering the lecture, Prof. Shamim A. Ansari of Aligarh Muslim University, observed that co...

  • Nationalism Today: Issues and Challenges

    New Delhi: A symposium on "Nationalism Today: Issues and Challenges" was organised by the Institute of Objective Studies on 30 April at the Deputy Speaker's Hall, Constitution Club here. Justice Rajinder Singh Sachar, former Chief...

  • Government’s incompetence, misguided policies responsible for water scarcity, drought: JIH

    New Delhi: Expressing anguish at the scarcity of water and drought in various parts of the country, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind blamed the government's incompetence and the misguided policies for this woeful situation. Talking to mediapersons on 7...

  • JIH delegation meets Kejriwal

    New Delhi: A high-level delegation of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind led by its President Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari met the AAP leader and CM of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal here on 23 April. The delegation apprized the CM of the problems faced by the citiz...

  • Pak High Commissioner visits Mushawarat

    New Delhi: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit on 22 April paid a visit to the headquarters of the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat where he said that the leadership of India and Pakistan is "determined" to pursue the peace pro...

  • Lecture by Prof. Samdani at Jaunpur school

    Jaunpur: "Education symbolises life while illiteracy is death. Neither an educated person can be misguided nor his rights be curtailed. Through education the weakest and the most backward sections of the society have attained a respectable...

  • Muslim delegation calls on PM Modi

    New Delhi: A delegation of eminent Muslim citizens called on the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, here on 13 April. The delegation included Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawwad, journalists Qamar Agha, Qurban Ali and Shri Shahid Siddiqui, and former ...