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Archive for June, 2016

Two Golden Keys to Wise Parenting – Faith & Kindness

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The best parents are those who help their children grow in faith in God and in character—after all, your devotion to God and your good deeds are the only two things that will accompany you to your grave. By Roshan Shah Recently, I’ve been reading up on a subject that I’ve always felt strongly about—parenting. […]

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17 Fellows of Zakat India Foundation Clear UPSC Exams

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New Delhi: When the results for the UPSC exams were announced, it was a proud moment for Zafar Mahmood, President of the Zakat Foundation of India. Out of the 1,078 successful candidates, 17 owed all their achievements to the efforts of the Foundation, which had funded almost all their hostel and tuition fees to help […]

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33 Muslims Figure in Civil Services List – A Kashmiri boy notches the second  rank.

33 Muslims Figure in Civil Services List – A Kashmiri boy notches the second rank.

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By A Staff Writer New Delhi: Thirty three Muslims appear in the final list of the successful candidates for the Civil Services exam this year. A total of 1,078 candidates were declared successful. Of these, 499 are in General category, 319 under 27% OBC quota, 176 belong to SCs and 79 are under ST category. […]

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Very Dignified Paper To Read

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Islamic Voice is the only standard, decent, dignified Muslim English newspaper that reaches Muslims who are not capable of reading Urdu, and also non-Urdu speaking Muslims. The basic concept of the paper is excellent and its positive journalism and texts are its important feature. The news paper has completed nearly 30 years, it is very […]

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Muslim Intellectuals, Scholars Join Chorus against Triple Talaq

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By Sheikh Manzoor New Delhi: The chorus against ‘triple talaq’ is growing as Muslim intellectuals and scholars have now urged the All India Muslim Personal Law Board to take corrective measures to stop and prevent its misuse. “The ‘triple talaq,’ pronouncing ‘talaq’ thrice in one instance to divorce the wife, is being exploited and misused […]

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Discover Yourself – Reach Out – 24 x7 Helpline

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Each day unfolds new things for us. Sometimes it s bouquets, sometimes brickbats! People can put us up on a pedestal praising us or pull us down with criticism and negative remarks. Difficult people may want to control us, dominate over us, try to tell us how to lead our lives according to their terms! […]

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Relook at Career Choices

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Now that a new academic session stares into our face, we need to reassess our priorities. Job market is changing very fast. New initiatives like ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’, ‘Smart Cities’ too are urging a relook at the way we work, live, earn, entertain, spend, consume, save and invest. Jobs and businesses are linked […]

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Are We Being Stewards of the Environment?

Are We Being Stewards of the Environment?

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Ecological Intelligence By Daniel Goleman Publisher: Broadway Books Pages: 276 Reviewed By A Staff Writer The ecological crisis that planet Earth faces today is enormous. It’s something that affects everyone, irrespective of religion, ethnicity, and nationality, as well as every species of being, and not just humans. For people of faith, the destruction of the […]

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Mosques Welcome Hindu Devotees

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By Nishi Malhotra Ujjain: Rain, hailstorms and high velocity winds disrupted activities at the Simhastha Kumbh fair in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, leaving lakhs of devotees scrambling for shelter and food. In a praiseworthy gesture of communal harmony, a couple of local mosques have thrown their doors open to Hindu pilgrims, inviting them in, to […]

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Muslim Neighbours Cremate Woman in Hindu Rites

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By Samiullah Khan Mumbai: Who said Sakhubai was all alone? When the 60-year-old, who lived by herself in Malad East’s Squatters’ Colony, slipped into death’s cold embrace at a hospital last month, she was surrounded by the people who adored her and respected her religious beliefs, regardless of their own. So in a touching display […]

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