October 2014

New Delhi: The National Advisory Committee under the aegis of the Tagore Research and Translation Scheme, (TRTS) Department of Urdu, at Jamia Millia Islamia has commended the efforts of experts and faculty members of the Department of Urdu for having worked together as a team to translate writings of Rabindranath Tagore into Urdu. Prof. Wahajuddin […]

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New Delhi: The Jamia Millia Islamia has launched the ‘Swachchata Abhiyan’ (Cleanliness Campaign) with a vow by the students to make the Jamia a plastic and litter free zone. Vice Chancellor Prof. Talat Ahmed inaugurated the programme on September 22 from the Department of Educational Studies and Department of Teacher Training and Non-Formal Education (IASE) […]

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By Asif Yar Khan Hyderabad: Deputy Commissi-oner of Police (West) V. Satyanarayana felicitated Shaik Lateef, Prasad and Hari for their honesty. The trio, who went to collect cash from an ATM, found the door open and Rs. 24.50 lakh inside the machine. They immediately informed the police who came and collected the cash. They went […]

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Everyone is born with the same mind that is full of energy. But some people fail to utilise this energy and die without developing their personalities fully. By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan Not facility, not ease, but difficulty and effort make a man, wrote Scottish author and reformer Samuel Smiles. This statement is based on a […]

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Bangalore: The Hajj Ghar is likely to be commissioned soon and the pilgrims for Hajj are likely to depart from there next year. Assurance to this effect was given here by Chief Minister Mr. Siddramaiah on September 12 on the eve of the commencement of Hajj flights to Jeddah from Bangalore. The Quddoos Sab Eidgah […]

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Tirana: Pope Francis has said that Albania’s inter-religious harmony was an “inspiring example” for the world, showing that Christian-Muslim coexistence was not only possible, but beneficial for a country’s development. “The climate of respect and mutual trust between Catholics, Orthodox and Muslims is a precious gift to the country,” Francis said in his opening speech […]

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Pine trees older than 100 years suffer an illness that causes the hard and thick bark to soften. This was only recently discovered by science, but woodpeckers have known it for centuries. By Harun Yahya As we all know, woodpeckers build their nests by boring holes in tree trunks with their beaks. This may sound […]

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Astana: Religious leaders from around the world congregated for a meeting in the Kazakh capital Astana, last fortnight, showing unity to make themselves heard by politicians, in a world torn apart by conflicts between civilisations. The leaders met to prepare for the 5th triennial Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions. “It is very […]

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