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Archive for May, 2013

International Summer School at Jamia

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jamia Millia Islamia officially launched its International Summer School programme (www.issnewdelhi.in) on April 22 at an event hosted by the Vice Chancellor, Najeeb Jung. The six-week programme aims at promoting international goodwill and cultural understanding among tomorrow’s leaders as they learn about India and its role in the twenty first century. It will run from […]

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Snapping Out from an Imaginary World

Snapping Out from an Imaginary World

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The Discover Yourself Workshop was held in Hyderabad on April 12, 13 and 14, 2013. It was organised by Meswak (Muslim Educational & Social Welfare Association of Karimnagar). Some of the participants share their experiences after the workshop: I started to control my inner voice mainly in the Salah. *It opened my eyes and shown […]

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Matrimonial – May 2013- BRIDE WANTED

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Sunni Khan Parents, Son 30 years 5’6” M.Com M.B.A., C.A. fair seek alliance from a respectable religious family from Bangalore. Contact: 9886851881 Sunni Muslim parents seek alliance for their only son 31 yrs,5’11’’, M,B.B.S. M.S, persuing Mch (UROLOGY),from educated, respectable & affluent families. girl should be very fair, tall(5’4’’ & above) beautiful, observing hijab with […]

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Ghousia ITI’s Entry tops

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The Ghousia Industrial Technical Institute’s entry ‘Flumanoid Robot’ was adjudged the best presentation in the Inter-ITI Technical Exhibition. The Robot was devised by students Kiran Kumar and Madhukar Shetty of the Electronic-Mechanical Trade.

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Pre-Matric Scholarship Cheques: Bounced or Invalid

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By Zaidul Haque Kolkata: 78,000 cheques given as pre-matric scholarships to minority students in West Bengal have either been deemed invalid or bounced. West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (WBMDFC) have disbursed the pre-matric scholarshipS for the year 2012-13 to nearly 12 lakh minority students. However, several thousand cheques are reported to have ‘bounced’ […]

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World’s greatest Languages

World’s greatest Languages

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Chinese is spoken by almost 90 corer people. It is mother tongue of the largest number of people, if one could use this yardstick for deciding the greatest language on the earth. But outside China not many people know this. Though English is spoken in England, the United States, Canada and Australia, it is mother […]

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Bio-Fuels

Bio-Fuels

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Can we extract oils from plants that can work as fuel in automobiles in place of petrol or diesel. Answer is, Yes. Juices of several plants, seeds and pods can be turned into fuels. For instance, sugarcane juice can be turned into alcohol by fermentation. The same sugarcane can also make alcohol of a lesser […]

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Matrimonial – May 2013- BRIDEGROOM WANTED

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SM Parents seeking alliance for their daughter 24 yrs, BA, Bed, (MA) wheatish 5’2”. Boy should be religious, qualified (graduate), well settled in Karnataka. contact. 9945520475 Email: shoibulla_khan@rediffmail.com PARENTS from respectable, affluent, well educated family seeks alliance for their daughter, working as Doctor in Australia, aged 29, fair, beautiful height 5’6”. The boy should be […]

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What is Insurance?

What is Insurance?

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We face dangers, accidents, losses and sickness in the course of our work and even in normal conduct of day to day affairs. Though nobody can guarantee life and safety of individual from accidents and calamities except Allah, the Insurance companies promise to pay our dependants and descendants a substantial amount as compensation if we […]

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Romi and His Park Friends

Romi and His Park Friends

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By Yoginder Sikand The thing that Romi remembered most fondly about his childhood years was growing up surrounded by lots of little creatures. He was a shy boy, and he didn’t like interacting much with boys his age. He couldn’t see why his father continuously pestered him to play cricket and football with the neighbourhood […]

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