Special Reports

  • A new innovative magazine for children

    Bangalore: There are scores of  Islamic children's magazines, print as well as online.  Considering the technological advances made and kids'  tech-savviness, these magazines hardly cater to their needs. In this scenario,...

  • Rohingya refugees at Aligarh get aid, first time

    New Delhi:  198 families of Rohingya Muslims, staying in Aligarh's Turkman Gate, near Allana factory, got any kind of aid for the first time on 8 July, when a delegation of Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat, led by its general secretary, Muft...

  • VP to inaugurate Mushawarat golden jubilee

    New Delhi: 7 July, 2015: The All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat, the apex body of Indian Muslim organizations and eminent personalities, will celebrate its golden jubilee by holding a conference on 31 August. Vice President Shri Hamid Ansari ...

  • Record number of Muslims selected for UPSC

    By Abdul Rashid Agwan The UPSC 2014 civil services results have been declared. Top four positions went to women and a record 37 Muslim candidates cracked the exam. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced on 4 July the ...

  • Goan Muslims welcome Ramadan

    Goan Muslims welcome Ramadan by distributing food kits. All Goa Muslim Educational & Social Welfare Society welcomed Ramadan by organising ‘Ramzan Kit’ distribution programme on 21 June at Posh English School, Navelim, ...

  • First Telugu Islamic TV Channel

    India, with the second biggest Muslim population in the world, has hundreds of TV channels mostly news and entertainment in almost all the regional languages but almost none to present Islam and Muslim issues. To fill this gap, Univers...

  • Rashid Ghannoushi: The Islamic Face of Tunisia

    By  Mir Haseeb Abdullah              Born in 1941 at El Hamma in southern Tunisia, Rashid Ghannoushi is now one of the world’s leading Islamic thinkers and leaders with a global i...

  • Rehab foundation trustees meet

    New Delhi: Rehab India Foundation’s Annual Board of Trustees meeting was held here at the Nehru Guest House in Jamia Millia Islamia. General Secretary Afsel Chandrankandy explained the programmes implemented in the previous year and the p...

  • Visit of civil society orgs visit Atali

    New Delhi: A team consisting of members of PUCL, APM,  Khudai Khidmatgar and Socialist Party visited the Atali village in Ballabhgarh District (Haryana) on 5 June. It was led by  Justice Rajinder Sachar (Retd). Team met the Muslim res...

  • An Ideal Wedding in Kota

    Extravagant weddings take place these days in which un-Islamic acts and rituals and performed which are adopted from other cultures. These acts promote immodesty, waste of food and money and put pressure on ordinary people to follow suit. ...

  • Civil Society opposes Modi visit to Israel

    By Nadim Ahmad New Delhi: All India Tanzeem-e Insaf (AITI) and All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat (AIMMM) jointly held a press conference here at the Press Council of India on 9 June 2015 to protest against PM Marendra Modi’s propo...

  • Release of the third part of Geelani’s autobiography

    The third part of Hurriyat leader Ali Shah Geelani’s Urdu autobiography, Wullar kinarey, was released in Srinagar on 17 May. It covers his life and struggle from 1995 to 2014. Priced at Rs 475, this 662-page hard-bound book is availabe fr...

  • Rohingyas helped by Charity Alliance and Jamaate Islami

    New Delhi: A group of uprooted Rohingya Muslims of Mayanmar, consisting of 19 persons, reached Saharanpur recently where it is putting up with relatives who fled Burma earlier. This group includes a woman whose husband was killed by Burmese sol...

  • Syed Vicaruddin gets “Star of Jerusalem”

    Hyderabad: In a significant milestone in India-Palestine relationship, President of Palestine Mahmood Abbas has conferred the order of the ‘Star of Jerusalem’, one of the highest honours of Palestine, upon Syed Vicaruddin, Chairman ...

  • Mushawarat expresses concern for Rohingyas and Egypt

    New Delhi: In a press conference here on 20 May at the central office of the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat, the umbrella body of Indian Muslim organisations, Indian Muslim leaders asked the world community and major world powers to apply...

  • Bihar’s First Chief Minister remembered

    Patna: Barrister Mohammad Yunus, born on 4 May, 1884, in village Panhara under Patna district was the first chief minister of Bihar. Cabinet department of the government of Bihar organised a programme here on 4 May to celebrate his 131st birth ...

  • Media became Modi’s cheer-leader: Sardesai

    Aligarh, May 9: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi intelligently used media as he understood the importance of  prime time to penetrate the psyche of masses,” said noted journalist Rajdeep Sardesai, Consultant Editor of TV Today, wh...

  • AMUSU honours victims of Akshardham

    Aligarh: The AMU Students’ Union honoured Mufti Abdul Qayyum, Adam Bhai Ajmeri and Maulana Abdullah, three of the seven acquitted in Akshardham case after spending 11 years in prison, here on 7 May.   The programme ...

  • TIGER OF MYSORE’s weapons auctioned in London

    London: A spectacular collection of arms and armour once owned by Tipu Sultan, the last King of Mysore, was sold here at Bonhams Islamic and Indian art sale on 21 April for a total of more than £6 million. The 30 items in the auction come...

  • Ulama conference focuses on peace and coexistence to curb terror

    By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi New Delhi: With the aim to draw a clear distinction between acts of terrorism and the true essence of Jihad in Islam, the “Anti-Terrorism Conference” was held here at Constitution Club on 19 April. Speak...