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Archive for May, 2018

A Super Beneficial Workshop!

A Super Beneficial Workshop!

| May 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Discover Yourself Workshop was hosted by Jamat-e-Islami Hind in Jalna, Maharastra on the 6,7 & 8 April, 2018, and in Nerul, Navi Mumbai, by Sahara Charitable Trust on the 13,14 & 15, April 2018. Some of the Participants share their Experiences: Amazing! Helps to find yourself, Islam is easy, Life is beautiful, live fully […]

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Learning Must be a Serious Goal

Learning Must be a Serious Goal

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What hinders learning in Schools? The recent World Development Report 2018 throws lights on factors that result in poor outcomes in schools in developing countries. Schools are meant for learning or transfer of knowledge from teacher to the students. But schools without learning could be a terrible waste of precious resources and of human potential. […]

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Learning From Other’s Misdoings

Learning From Other’s Misdoings

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Pela was so saddened by her late father’s behaviour that she decided that she would never borrow anything from anyone if she could help it. By Sheesha Hee!   Mr. Tino owned a large factory. He earned enough from his business in one year to feed his family for the rest of their lives. You would have […]

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Diabetes & Ramadan Fasting

Diabetes & Ramadan Fasting

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More than 50 million people with Diabetes fast during Ramadan. By Dr. Muneeb Ahmed Yasir Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam. More than 50 million people with Diabetes fast during Ramadan. During Ramadan about 60% of patients change their antidiabetic drug intake. 35% stop treatment, unfortunately, […]

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Little Ahusha’s Wildlife Sanctuary

Little Ahusha’s Wildlife Sanctuary

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Ahusha’s rapidly deteriorating condition did not dampen her passion for wild animals. By Trinkoo Ahusha was just five when she decided what she wanted to do when she grew up. She wanted to live in Africa and travel about there, exploring the amazing wildlife of that vast and beautiful continent! Ahusha’s passion for Africa began when […]

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From Spiritual Amritsar to Solang Valley

From Spiritual Amritsar to Solang Valley

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We followed the Beas, sometimes losing its sight at a turn and then finding it flowing right beside us, making our hearts skip a beat! By Zehra Afreen I woke up in a bus, suddenly unable to discern my surroundings. I sat up. Rubbing the foggy window with my sleeve, I peered out. Green farms […]

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Glossary of Terms Related to Diplomacy (سفارتی اصطلاحات)

| May 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Ambassador: The chief of a diplomatic mission; the ranking official diplomatic representative of a country to the country to which s/he is appointed. (سفیر) Attaché: An official assigned to a diplomatic mission or embassy. Usually, this person has advanced expertise in a specific field, such as agriculture, commerce, or the military. (اتاشی) Chancery: The office […]

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Always Stay Alert

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By Hammad Khan Once upon a time there was a lion that grew so old that he was unable to catch any prey. So, he said to himself, “I must do something to fill my stomach or else I will die of starvation.” The lion kept thinking and thinking. At last an idea struck him. […]

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Growing Spiritually during Ramadan

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Fasting inculcates in us patience, unselfishness, and gratitude. When we fast, we feel the pain of deprivation and hunger, and learn how to endure it patiently. By Naimu Puthur Fasting in Ramadan develops in a person the real spirit of social belonging, of unity and brotherhood, and of equality before God. This spirit is the […]

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What Ramzan Means To Me

What Ramzan Means To Me

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Ramzan is not simply about restraining ourselves from consuming food from dawn till dusk. We must also fast with our other senses—in other words: see no evil, hear no evil and talk no evil. By Bazil Hulmani It is of great benefit to us to take some time out of our busy schedules to reflect […]

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