Family & Kids

  • Waytonikah Passes 1 million membership database with an absolute match making service

    The secret of a happy marriage is ascertaining the right person. You know they’re unvarnished if you love to be with them all the time. A perfect couple tries to make their life complete and endeavour their perpetual life together in Jann...

  • Marry Your Rapist Law and Marital Rape: Two names of the same crime

    Rape and sexual abuse are the most raging crimes against women throughout the world. Most of the time these crimes are not reported because of the shame and social stigma attached to them. In fact, societal pressure is so heinous that it i...

  • Speak the truth subtly

    In 2010, I was diagnosed with a very rare kind of blood cancer. The oncologist, Dr Clair Godfrey, who broke the news was my father's friend at the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital, London. He was in a fix as to how to break the dreadful n...

  • Spice it up with cinnamon to tackle metabolic syndrome

    Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur due to imbalance of the body’s structural and biochemical processes which determine its metabolic functioning. It results in disorders like insulin resistance, clustering of abdomin...

  • Understanding a father in retrospect

    I lost my father on April 23, 2014. Though I was never very close to him when he was alive, his departure left a void in my heart and mind. A deluge of nostalgic memories overwhelmed my whole being. Bringing me up single-handedly as I lost my m...

  • “Legislative framework for Compensation and Rehabilitation for terror exonerees”

    In an event at the Press Club of India on 10 December 2016, Justice AP Shah, former Chairperson of the Law Commission of India, released a report regarding the Legislative framework for compensation and rehabilitation for innocents acquitted in...

  • Kashmir’s School Student Zufa Iqbal gets innovation award

    President Mukherjee presented Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam IGNITE Awards to the winning children of IGNITE competition organized by National Innovation Foundation (NIF) on 7 November 2016 in Delhi. National Innovation Foundation - gives Dr A P J Abdul K...

  • Why Should I suffer?

    I have perishable items. 6 crates of apples cost me 6 thousand. It has suddenly become a luxury nobody wants. If they rot who will compensate me? Why should I suffer for black money of some hoarders? Says Muhammad Yusuf an apple vendor in Batla...

  • Allama Iqbal & Two nation theory

    This month was birth anniversary of Allama Iqbal (9 November 1877 – 21 April 1938).  Below is what Prof. Rasheeduddin Khan (among the founders of Jawaharlal Nehru University) writes in his book 'Bewildered India - Identity, Plura...

  • Tipu Sultan: a secular internationalist

    This month was his birth anniversary of the great Tipu Sultan (10 November 1750 - 4 May 1799). History is unkind to Tipu Sultan. The fact is that Tipu cannot be reduced to a singular narrative or tradition of intolerance or bigotry as he repres...

  • Freedom Fighter Ashfaqullah Khan's

    Salaam, to my brothers from a brother who sacrificed himself for them and the honour of the nation in Faizabad Jail. I have to spend three days and four nights after sending this message to you today, after which I will go into the lap of mot...

  • Riots dont even spare widows

    This is Hasina, 70, a widow, of Peda village near Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh who saw her two sons and a grandson shot dead in targeted communal violence by her neighbours on 16 September 2016. Five of the 25 or so named in the murders "surren...

  • The forgotten women of 1857 Azizun Bai, Asghari Begum, Habiba

    Begum Hazrat Mahal The primary cause of the Revolt was the annexation of Awadh by the British on the pretext of maladministration by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah. When the Revolt began, Begum Hazrat Mahal led her followers against the British while...

  • Maulvi Ahmadullah Shah Faizabadi: The Unsung Hero of the Revolt of 1857

      I Maulvi Ahmadullah, born 1820 in the second decade of the 19th century as Saiyid Ahmad Ali Khan alias Ziauddin, titled Dilawar Jang, he was a son of Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Chinapattan (Madras). He received, as a prince, the ...

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  • The youthful prince Feroz Shah who fought the British valiantly

    The Central India Campaign of 1857-1859 was significant because of presence of three charismatic figures who caused a lot of trouble to the British. There were the Rani of Jhansi a Hindu contemporary of Hazrat Mahal of Lucknow, Tantia Topi the ...

  • SHERVANI SCHEME: For Raising Academic Standards & Improving Board Examination Results

    Since 1976, we are sending Prizes for best students and Awards for selected learned teachers in many High Schools & Inter Colleges and also sending institutional Awards & Donations for such of these institutions in which we notice comme...

  • Little known, little remembered: Begum Hazrat Mahal

    Abdul Rashid Agwan The staunch freedom fighter Begum Hazrat Mahal's 137th death anniversary was recalled yesterday. Her great sacrifices for the First War of Independence are almost forgotten in India and, save some token events in Luc...