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Archive for November, 2015

‘NCPUL shouldn’t Advertise in English Dailies’

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New Delhi: Dr. Athar Farooqui, Secretary General of the Anjuman Taraqqi e Urdu Hind has pleaded for stopping Government advertisement to the English dailies with immediate effect. In an appeal issued to the Union Human Resources Development Minister, Farooqui said issuing advertisement by the National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language to the English newspaper […]

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Only OBC Candidates to Fill OBC Quota Positions

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Legislature Committee Recommends Strict Monitoring of Compliance with reservation quota By A Staff Writer Bengaluru: The State Government has accepted the recommendation that position reserved for OBC quota should not be filled by candidates from other communities or from members of other reserved categories. The recommendation was made by a Legislature’s Committee for Welfare for […]

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Failure to Follow the Prophet’s (Pbuh) Advice

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Aisha, the Prophet’s (Pbuh) wife, reports: “The Prophet (Pbuh) did something and indicated that it is permissible. Some people, however, felt that they should not do it. This was communicated to the Prophet. He spoke, starting with praising Allah, before saying: “What is the matter with certain people who feel that they are above doing […]

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Scenes of the Day of Judgement

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In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful Ya Sin. By the Qur’an, full of wisdom, you are indeed one of God’s messengers, pursuing a straight way. It is a revelation by the Almighty, the Merciful. (Quran: Surah: Ya Sin: 36: 1-5) his Makkan surah is characterized by short verses and a fast rhythm. […]

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Deadly Journeys

Deadly Journeys

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“The daily physical abuse faced by Rohingya trapped on boats in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea is almost too horrific to put into words”, says Amnesty Refugee and Migrant Rights Researcher, Anna Shea. London: Rohingya Muslims, trapped on boats on the seas of Southeast Asia, suffer abuses as they seek to escape persecution […]

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First Asia-Pacific Countries Summit in Turkey

First Asia-Pacific Countries Summit in Turkey

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Istanbul: In its continued effort to reaffirm the global Muslim unity, the Presidency of Religious Affairs of Turkey, in association with the Directorate General of Foreign Affairs and Department of Muslim Countries & Communities organised the First Asia & Pacific Countries Muslim Religious Leaders’ Summit last month. This 4-day international event brought together Muslim clerics […]

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Interfaith Leaders Support Mosques at ISNA Headquarters

Interfaith Leaders Support Mosques at ISNA Headquarters

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Plainfield: (USA) Rejecting hate message of anti-Muslim protesters, interfaith leaders and members of the Shoulder to Shoulder campaign joined a Friday service held at the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Headquarters in Plainfield, USA, last month, showing their support and solidarity after threat of armed protests. “We are overwhelmed by the love and support […]

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Hijab Brought Me Serenity: German Actress

Hijab Brought Me Serenity: German Actress

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Playing the role of a Muslim student in her latest film, a young German actress has revealed that she felt a strange serenity when she put on Hijab for the first time. “When I put on my headscarf and saw only my pure face, I had initially a strange feeling,” Ava Celik said. “It may […]

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Court Peon’s Daughter is Magistrate

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Nagpur: In a distinguished event that brought cheer to the face of a Nagpur Court peon, his daughter cracked the competitive Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) examination and is set to become a Judicial Magistrate at a court near Nagpur. Amrina Kasim, 25, who is the daughter of Ghulam Pathan, a class-IV staff in the […]

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Dutch Muslim Mayor Gives Refugees Hope

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Coming to Netherlands as a refugee himself, Rotterdam’s first Muslim mayor is offering asylum-seekers shelter and hope, as the refugees influx continues to spark tensions in other parts of Europe. “I don’t have a recipe. I have my own experiences, and I have my policy in my city,” Ahmed Aboutaleb, mayor of Rotterdam since 2009, […]

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