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Archive for March, 2014

Fatima’s Fearless Fight To Live

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today, walk into any hospital and the lobby is packed with people in pain. Try to read their faces, and the one thing that you will find common among them all are the worry lines that say, “What is going to happen to me? Who will take care of me?” Outside the lobby of the […]

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‘UAPA is Draconian, Black Law’

‘UAPA is Draconian, Black Law’

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Unlawful Activities Prevention Act By A Staff Writer TADA and POTA are dead and gone but amendments to a new draconian law, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (or UAPA in short), passed by the Lok Sabha in January 2013, has brought the Act to haunt the members of Minority communities, Dalits, groups opposing ecological assets […]

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DISCOVER YOURSELF

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

WORKSHOP IN MARCH & ARIL 2014 I.DYS WORKSHOP IN CALICUT DATES: 8 & 9 MARCH 2014 TIMING: 8.30 am to 6.30 pm FOR DETAILS CONTACT: Prof. (Dr.) A. A. M. KUNHI DIRECTOR, Research & PG Studies (Science) & PRINCIPAL SAFI INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDY (SIAS) Rasiya Nagar, Vazhayoor East P.O. Malappuram Dist. -673633, Kerala, India […]

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Being a People Pleaser is a Burden! Drop it, and Please God!

Being a People Pleaser is a Burden! Drop it, and Please God!

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Discover Yourself Workshop was held in Durban and Cape Town, South Africa, in February 2014. Here, some of the participants share their experiences about the Workshop.   Very introspective. The workshop is great and beneficial to anyone on this planet. It is the best workshop I have ever attended and I highly recommend this […]

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Purifying the Heart

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Nur Fadhilah Wahid “In order for us to realize our God-given potential within our lifetimes, we must break the cycles of stagnation that prevent us from doing so, by abandoning methods that have proven ineffective in fulfilling our responsibilities as people committed to Islam. We can accomplish this only by changing our current condition […]

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Saudi Arabia Tops Food Wasters List

Saudi Arabia Tops Food Wasters List

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

A little over 40 million residents in the GCC generate 26 million tons of uneaten food or roughly 667 kg per person annually which hits an average of 1.5 kg per day for each individual with the UAE tipping the 2 kg mark. Of this total, 17 million tons are contributed by Saudi Arabia. Oliver […]

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Rs 300 crores of MP Funds lying unspent in Muslim-Dominated Constituencies

Rs 300 crores of MP Funds lying unspent in Muslim-Dominated Constituencies

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

New Delhi: Over Rs 292.97 crores of the Members of Parliament fund is lying unspent in 70 Lok Sabha constituencies of significant Muslim population across the country. While Congress MPs of these constituencies still have over Rs 92 crores unspent, the MPs of BJP come at No. 2 with the unspent Rs 79 crores. Nishakant […]

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Water Scarcity is leading to Conflicts

Water Scarcity is leading to Conflicts

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Global Water Scenario Water is the most essential resource for life. Life, be it for humans, animals or plants, cannot be conceived without water. It sustains both life and livelihood. Civilisations have risen and fallen with the rise and fall of water table. With global population having exceeded seven billions, water is getting scarcer and […]

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Indonesia’s Geothermal Energy

Indonesia’s Geothermal Energy

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hot steam from underneath the earth is a source of energy. It is called geothermal energy which can be used to turn the turbines and produce electricity. Indonesia sits over large reserves of geothermal energy, but taps very little of it. The very fact that the country has 130 active volcanoes is indication enough that […]

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Lensman Ghulam Muntaqa Commemorated

Lensman Ghulam Muntaqa Commemorated

| March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

3-Day Photo Exhibition at Bidar Bidar: A 3-day exhibition of photographs snapped by late photojournalist Ghulam Muntaqa was held here on February 3-5 at Rangeen Mahal. Nearly 200 photos were displayed. It was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner P. C. Jaffer. Among them were the historic six-feet long bromide that captured the panoramic view of Taj […]

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