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Archive for April, 2013

AMU’s Two New Distance Education Study Centres

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Aligarh: The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University has approved the establishment of two more Study Centres of the Distance Education Centre of AMU at the X-C-Lent Campus, Hartinder Nagar, Kanpur and Markazutharbivathil Islamiyya, Karthala, Malappuram (Kerala). AMU offers 10+2, BA and PG courses in Journalism among other courses through distance-education. For more details, visit […]

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Australia hosts largest Muslim Conference

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Melbourne: Australia’s Muslim community inaugurated their largest conference in Melbourne last fortnight, hoping to correct misconceptions about their faith to the wider society. Organised by the Islamic Research and Educational Academy (IREA), the three-day conference titled as the “Australian Islamic Peace Conference”, aimed at bridging gaps between Muslims and followers of other faiths. Muslims in […]

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Al-Ameen Mumtaz Ahmed Khan Degree College

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Al-Ameen Mumtaz Ahmed Khan Degree College, Kolar has set up its Business Lab for the B.Com students recently. Principal Akhtar Sayeeda Khanum told Islamic Voice, the PU courses in the college have entered the silver jubilee year. The Degree college was set up 16 years ago. The College has study centre for Bangalore University PG […]

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First Muslim Anti-Same-Sex Marriage Group

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Paris: For the first time in France, a group of 20 Muslims men and women came together to start a collective against the proposed same-sex legislation. The group named ‘Les musulmans pour l’enfance’ (Muslim for childhood) aims to “sensitize French citizens of Muslim faith of the consequences of the law”. The group remains unaffiliated with […]

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Jamia Millia Islamia Admission

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Jamia Millia Islamia Admission: has launched its online submission of Admission Application Form (e-form) for admission to all regular courses of Faculty of Engineering & Technology for the Academic Session 2013-14.  This facility will be available from March 20, 2013 till April 23, 2013 (5.30 pm) on the University web-portal www.jmi.ac.in.

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CAIR Welcomes New Policy allowing Hijab

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Washington D.C: The nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) welcomed a decision by a South Carolina jail to allow female inmates to wear the “hijab.” The CAIR made the request for a policy change following a complaint from a Muslim woman who was taken into custody recently, and […]

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Measi Academy of Architecture

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Measi Academy of Architecture, Chennai will be starting the 2-year M. Arch course from the new academic session, informs its Director, Prof. Altaf Ahmed. He said the course will have intake of 20 students and the fee will be around Rs. 75,000 per annum.    The Academy launched the Masters Degree in Real Estate Development two […]

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Mapping Muslims Report Released

Mapping Muslims Report Released

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New York: American Muslim civil liberties groups released a new report last fortnight, “Mapping Muslims: NYPD Spying and Its Impact on American Muslims,” documenting the devastating impacts of the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) extensive surveillance program that targeted American Muslims throughout the Northeast and spread outrage throughout the nation. Since 2002, the NYPD embarked […]

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Panel to look into State of Urdu Medium Schools

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By A Staff Writer Bangalore: The Department of Public Instructions has constituted a committee to go into the condition of the Government Urdu Medium Schools in the State. Though the committee was constituted on January 31 by the Minister for Primary Education Mr. Visveshwar Hegde Kageri, the members of the committee were yet to received […]

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Grant-in Aid for Ghousia Polytechnic

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By A Staff Writer Bangalore: Ghousia Polytechnic for Women has been sanctioned grant-in aid by the Department of Technical Education of the Government of Karnataka recently. The grant would cover the salaries for 78 of its staff members, of whom 32 are teaching staff. The Polytechnic is run by the Ghousia Industrial and Engineering Trust […]

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