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Archive for February, 2013

No Room for Extravaganzas

| February 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Muslims in India do not lack resources. What they lack is a mission statement and a vision for the community. It is tragic that some nouveau riche Muslims make ugly show of pomp and pageant by spending their money on marriages, while the projects like schools, libraries, media and hospitals suffer from paucity of resources. […]

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Congress Demonstrate Collective Leadership

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Gulbarga: The Gulbarga convention held on January 6, at the KCT college grounds in Gulbarga was represented by Congress stalwarts like Parmeshwar, Mallikarjun Kharge, K. Rahman Khan and Siddaramiah who demonstrated their support for Qamarul Islam, Gulbarga MLA. The chief architect of these conventions was MLC Naseer Ahmed. A resolution was also passed condemning the […]

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Wakf Board Development Fund in TN

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Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government has announced setting up a of Wakf Board Development Fund and has sanctioned an initial grant of Rs. three crore for the same. The Fund would finance repair and expansion of the dargahs and mosques. A official announcement said, chief minister J. Jayalalithaa’s government is implementing several schemes for the […]

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Reshmi Roomal Tehrik – Commemorative Stamp Released

Reshmi Roomal Tehrik – Commemorative Stamp Released

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New Delhi: A commemorative postal stamp on silk letter movement or what is known in Urdu as Reshmi Roomal Tehrik (1915, 1916) launched by Shaikhul Hind Maulana Mahmood Hasan Deobandi—a pioneer of the freedom struggle and a prisoner of Malta and trainer of freedom fighters was released here by President Pranab Kumar Mukherjee on January […]

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Young, Dynamic Leadership for IUML

Young, Dynamic Leadership for IUML

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Cochin: The elevation of Mohammed Siraj Ebrahim Sait as the National secretary of the Indian Union Muslim League on December 2, 2012 in Cochin, Kerala, is an indication that the party has woken up for a young and dynamic leadership. Siraj Ebrahim Sait is son of late Suleiman Sait and a resident of Bangalore, but […]

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Online Free Career Counseling by Khaildar Anjuman

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Kota: Khaildar Anjuman is starting an online career counseling for students. In the first phase, it will focus on Kota, Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Baran and Jhalawar districts of Rajasthan. Khaildar Anjuman is a voluntary and social welfare organisation working for Khaildar community, established in 2012 with the initiative of some social workers in Rajasthan. Speaking […]

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Jamia Promotes Sports for Junior Students

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New Delhi: The Sports Authority of India had adopted Jamia Millia Islamia as an Extension Centre for sports such as Athletics, Football and Hockey. Under this scheme, schools and colleges actively involved in sports, with adequate infrastructure, and a history of producing national and international sports persons are eligible and Jamia was chosen for these […]

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Good to have a Beautiful Mind

| February 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail,” said poet, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Dr Safiya has just done that! Following her heart, rather than succumbing to societal pressure, she has taken up psychiatry as her passion and profession. Apart from counseling, she is working […]

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The Believer must also be a Traveller

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By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan The believer, according to the Quran, must be a traveller (Al-Saihoon) (9:112). This is not just in the sense of one who goes on journeys: it actually means one who learns spiritual lessons through Tawassum (15:75). Tawassum means to elicit spiritual lessons from material experiences. A believer is one who is […]

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CMA’s New Projects

CMA’s New Projects

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Bangalore: The Central Muslim Association (CMA) which lost a portion of its prime property in the heart of Bangalore city, to the Metro Rail project is now looking at new avenues. The Metro Corporation acquired 21,000 sq feet at Rs 29 crores from CMA, the remaining portion of 19,000 square feet is still with the […]

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