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Archive for October, 2013

Twinkle Twinkle, Little Stars!

Twinkle Twinkle, Little Stars!

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

A furrier teddy bear or a bigger piece of cake may not be really what your children need. Maybe a warmer hug and kinder words will be more useful in helping them lead a life free from fear and full of contentment and inner peace! That’s what I learnt on my visit to Brainy Stars […]

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Research Center of Bearys Institute of Technology

Research Center of Bearys Institute of Technology

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Quality and Knowledge can lead to success along with hard work,” says Syed Mohammed Beary” “Being optimistic is vital in achieving higher levels of excellence. It is the knowledge of solving our own simple problems which will let us solve the problems of the nation and mankind” were the words of Mr. L.K Atheeq, Senior […]

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Little Tinky and Her Kitty Friend

Little Tinky and Her Kitty Friend

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Yoginder Sikand Every morning without fail—at exactly five o’clock—Tinky would be woken up by the familiar cry of a cat squatting on her window-sill. She would peep out of her blanket and wave out to the furry orange-coloured ball that looked back at her with its friendly, peppermint green eyes, which were round like marbles. […]

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DISCOVER YOURSELF WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE OCTOBER – NOVEMBER  2013 WORKSHOP IN BANGALORE DATES: 11,12 & 13 OCTOBER 2013 TIMINGS: 9.00 AM TO 6.00 PM VENUE: Darus-Salam Complex, Queens Road, Bangalore. COURSE FEE: Rs 600/- FOR COUPLES : RS 1000/- (Includes,Tea, Lunch, Course material & CD) for Furtherdetails and Registration contact: 1.. Mr Riaz Ahmed : 9845043805, 2. Mr. […]

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Coming Out of Darkness to Light

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

The “Discover Yourself “ Workshop was held in Pretoria, Lenasia and Durban (South Africa) in September 2013. Some of the participants share their experiences after the Workshop. *I learnt how to submit. *It opened my eyes and took me back to the basics of Islam and Quran. *I regard myself as a very lucky individual […]

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Secular Social Arrangement: Society and Political Economy

Secular Social Arrangement: Society and Political Economy

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

The evidence of history suggests that political economies compete for hegemony seeking dominance of leadership by one nation over others. By Aqeel Ansari The secularist organises society to promote secular perception of life and labels it civil society. The word civil, an adjective, qualifies society. It is important to understand the qualifying adjective. Secular thinkers […]

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What Little Olinj Taught Me On Teacher’s Day

What Little Olinj Taught Me On Teacher’s Day

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Yoginder Sikand Little Olinj was quite a naughty girl last week, and that’s why Dolly Aunty gave her to me yesterday to mind. In two days she had eaten four of Stephen Anna’s pigeons. But cats will be cats, and they’ll do as most cats would if they are set among the pigeons. And […]

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Refraining from Applying Wrong Labels

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Some Muslims also use very derogatory terms for others, especially when they are among themselves and others are not present. In this way, they alienate people of other faiths and force them to become anti-Muslim. By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan How people label themselves and others, plays a major role in shaping the nature of their […]

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Helicopter Parents

Helicopter Parents

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Parent’s Day Out: Part 6 Islam is a religion of moderation. No over-parenting please! By Dawood Vaid The term “helicopter parents” has gained popularity these days. These parents are always hovering over their children, hence the reference to helicopters. Parents are more involved in our children’s lives than ever: we schedule play dates, assist with […]

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Looking Back

| October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Qur’ans for Peace: What One Person can Do I would encourage you to purchase a Qur’an and present it as a gift to your church or place of worship. By Rev Wayne Lavender Clifton: Virginia: I am a man of faith. I have been a Christian pastor for 25 years in the United Methodist Church. […]

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