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Uqba bin Nafe: The conqueror of Africa

Uqba bin Nafe: The conqueror of Africa

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Abu Tariq Hijazi No one in history ever conquered North Africa from east to west in a short period of one decade. But Uqba bin Nafe did it during the second half of the first century Hijrah. If Amr ibn Al Aas is called the conqueror of Egypt, Uqba bin Nafe can be called the […]

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Read and Lead

Read and Lead

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dr. Mehrunnisa Mohammed Sharif Desai overcame many hurdles in life and became a lecturer, apart from dynamically leading an organization for women in Ahmedabad. By Ilyas Khan Pathan and Rehan Ansari Dr. Mehrunnisa Mohammed Sharif Desai is a lecturer in L J Commerce College, Vasturapura, Ahmedabad and the founder President of Association of Muslim Women […]

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The 22 Most Miserable Countries in the World

The 22 Most Miserable Countries in the World

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

According to an analysis published by the Cato Institute, Venezuela holds the disreputable top spot at the most miserable nation in the world. The 90 countries listed in the misery index were selected based on data from the Economist Intelligence Unit and calculations from Steve Hanke, a professor of Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University. The formula used to […]

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The First Mosque to be Designed by a Woman

The First Mosque to be Designed by a Woman

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The Şakirin Mosque is thought to be the first mosque in Turkey to be designed by a woman. The Mosque which is situated in Istanbul combines contemporary and modern design whilst paying homage to traditional Ottoman design. The 500 capacity Mosque was designed by interior designer, Zeynep Fadıllıoğlu who is famous for designing shops, restaurants […]

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Amazing Performance by Kids

Amazing Performance by Kids

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tiny-tots performing at the annual day function Bangalore : An ecstatic applause filled the Town Hall, when baby Zoha recited first ruku of Quranic chapter Surah Rahman. It was the annual day celebration of Brainy Stars International Islamic Montessori , held on March 25. The performances of tiny-tots aged between 3 to 4 years, mesmerized […]

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HKBK  Degree College Celebrates Annual Day – Protius 2014 in progress

HKBK Degree College Celebrates Annual Day – Protius 2014 in progress

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bangalore: HKBK degree college, celebrated its 15th Annual College Day known as “PROTIUS-2014″ here at Chowdiah Memorial Hall on April 7. Mr. Jawaid Akhtar (IAS), chairman, Coffee Board, Ministry of Industries & Commerce Govt. of India, was the chief guest. Mr. C. M. Faiz Mohammed, director, HKBK Group of Institutions, Mr. Manzoor Ahmed Khan, secretary, […]

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Green Valley National School – Shaping Future Leaders

Green Valley National School – Shaping Future Leaders

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kundapur: Green Valley National School and PU College nestled in the pristine surroundings of Shiroor here is a jewel in the crown of the coastal region’s educational map. In today’s competitive world, quality education backed by sound training in skill and personality development goes a long way in shaping a student’s career and preparing him/her […]

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Parental Income or Father’s Income?

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

I am a 4th year B. Tech student and I am receiving merit-cum-means scholarship for minorities. But the problem is that my family income is double the required limit for eligibility (Rs. 2.50 lakh per annum) for it. When I told my parents that it is wrong for me to avail of this scholarship, they […]

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Paper Marriage

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two people from different religions, Muslim and Christian do some paper work that proves that they are husband and wife. They don’t have any intention to be husband and wife. They haven’t accepted each other as husband and wife. The paper work is just for some formality to show the authorities. Is it allowed in […]

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Predestination and Free Will

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Q. A question which has bothered me for some time is whether man acts and behaves according to his own free will or to what has been destined for him by Allah. In other words, is the choice in any given situation completely ours, or is it pre-determined for us? Is there for every one […]

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