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Archive for September, 2012

Dementia India Report 2010

Dementia India Report 2010

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability, severe enough to interfere with daily life. Memory loss is an example. Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia. Dementia is not a specific disease. It’s an overall term that describes a wide range of symptoms associated with a decline in memory or other thinking skills severe enough to reduce […]

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Mumtaz Kazi – Asia’s First Woman Diesel Engine Driver

Mumtaz Kazi – Asia’s First Woman Diesel Engine Driver

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

With an experience of nearly 20 years, Mumtaz Kazi is now serving the most crowded railways in the world, the Mumbai Local India’s pride and all along a supportive daughter, sister, wife and a caring mother…this is Mumtaz Kazi, the first woman diesel engine driver in Asia. Limca Book of Records, in its 1995 edition, has acknowledged her success. Adding another feather […]

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Buddy and the Garbage Bin

Buddy and the Garbage Bin

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Two children learn the wisdom of being kind to Nature, from Buddy, the bandicoot. Austin City was a settlement dotted with tall buildings. That’s where Giggles lived. Rushing home from school each day, she would sit out in her garden and watch the birds, squirrels, and cats and sometimes even talked to them. Every afternoon, she set out a dish of peanuts […]

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The Two Questions

The Two Questions

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

One day Emperor Harun Rashid was holding court when a messenger begged an audience with him. Harun called him aside and asked him: “What do you wish to convey to me?” The messenger replied: “Your Majesty! I saw it with my own eyes that Jafar, the son of Yahya, dines with one hundred men everyday and fifty soldiers wait upon him to carry out his command. They […]

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Matrimonial September

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

WANTED GROOM SUNNI MUSLIM: Second Marriage, Khula obtained. Aged 26 Yrs, Fair, Good looking. Ht. 5’2”, B.Com, Working in MNC Company. Having 6 year old Son. Pls Contact: 9844607799, 9036060228, E-mail:imran8ahmed@in.com. BELGAUM: Divorcee since 4 years, Aged 33 years, from well educated family, Ht 5’3”, Very fair and beautiful, Qualification: Diploma (Elec. & Comm.), having a Son aged 8 years. Pls contact: 9844333082, 8951047730, […]

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A New Documentary Captures Life and Legacy of the King

A New Documentary Captures Life and Legacy of the King

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

At a time when Al-Aqsa  Mosque and Al-Quds are being threatened everyday by Israel’s aggressions and violating its sanctities, the image of King Faisal bin Abdulaziz comes to mind as he stood speaking, his voice trembling, tears swelling in his eyes, about the dangers confronting Al-Aqsa. He was passionate about the Palestinian issue, particularly Jerusalem, saying that he was ready to sacrifice his life for it. A […]

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Cases of 300 Women in Crisis Handled in a Year

Cases of 300 Women in Crisis Handled in a Year

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Aasra Home for the Women and Counseling Centre handled around 300 cases during the last one year. According to its secretary, Sajida Begum, Aasra managed by Tanzeemul Mohsinath, counseling was instrumental in resolving crisis situation for the women who were victims of domestic violence, dowry harassment or desertion by the husband. Sajida told Islamic Voice, nearly 150 women were provided temporary shelter for varying periods during the year which ended […]

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50,000th Copy of “Follow Me” Gifted

50,000th Copy of “Follow Me” Gifted

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

‘ Follow Me’, the biography of Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) edited by Syed Hamid Mohsin, Chairman of the city-based NGO, Salaam Centre, has been gifted to 50,000 people belonging to different faiths. The 50,000th copy was presented by Mohsin to Jennifer A. McIntyre, US Consul General in Chennai recently. McIntyre said that the book would help her to learn about Islam in detail. “It’s a valuable gift. I know […]

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Minister Assures English Medium for Urdu Schools

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri, Karnataka’s Minister for Primary and Higher Education has assured that Urdu medium schools too would be permitted to be turned into English medium schools with Urdu as the first language while implementing the decision to turn Government schools into English medium schools. Mr. Kageri who received a memorandum from the Managing Committee of Hazrat Hameed Shah Khadri Dargah Committee, asked the School Development Committees (SDMCs) of Government Urdu […]

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Ignored and Abandoned

Ignored and Abandoned

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Thousands of Muslim women gathered to enroll in self-help groups only to get abandoned by the district officials.   Nearly 10,000 Muslim women aspiring  to become economically empowered gathered on 16th August in Sarvodaya college ground in Nellore town of Nellore district, but only to be ignored and abandoned by the district officials. Haji Abdul Aziz charitable trust (HAAC trust) was the organiser of […]

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