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Archive for October, 2018

World’s Most Active and Laziest Nations

World’s Most Active and Laziest Nations

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Uganda tops the nations with most active people, Kuwait has the laziest people. Kuwait has been named as the laziest nation on the earth with 67% of its people failing to hit recommended exercise target. A survey of the lazy vs. active people across the globe finds that Ugandans are the most active, with only […]

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For 26 years, Muslims have Taken Care of this UP Temple

For 26 years, Muslims have Taken Care of this UP Temple

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There are around 35 Muslim families living in the locality and many of them are hopeful of the return of their Hindu neighbours. By Mohd Dilshad Muzaffarnagar:  About a km into the road that leads to Laddhewala in Muzaffarnagar city, a dirty signpost welcomes visitors to this small, nondescript locality. The lanes soon start getting […]

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Sultan Abdülmecid’s Relief Efforts

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Did you know that Sultan Abdülmecid of the Ottoman Empire was so moved by the plight of Ireland’s famine in the 1840s that he donated £1,000 to relief efforts? Initially, he is said to have offered £10,000 (the equivalent today of around €1m) to help ease the suffering. However, Queen Victoria, upon learning of his generous […]

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My life in Muslim-Jewish relations

My life in Muslim-Jewish relations

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As the Islamic New Year and Jewish New Year coincide this season, it is a time for reflection and introspection with the common goal to further understanding and cooperation between Jews and Muslims in the month ahead. By Rabbi Marc Schneier Back in 1989, armed with census information forecasting that the United States would become […]

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Malala’s Global Effort on Girls’ Education

Malala’s Global Effort on Girls’ Education

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Las Vegas: Taliban’s efforts to keep girls away from education in Pakistan was defeated by their very action of shooting her, says Malala Yousafzai, the world’s youngest Nobel laureate. “The result is that today millions of people all over the world are speaking out” and taking action against keeping young girls away from the liberating […]

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Glossary of Terms related with Printing & Publishing  طباعت و اشاعت سے متعلق اصطلاحات

Glossary of Terms related with Printing & Publishing طباعت و اشاعت سے متعلق اصطلاحات

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Copyright: Protection to the originator of material to prevent use without their permission (تحریر،تصنیف، آرٹ ورک، تصویر، کارٹون یا ڈرامہ یا فلمی سکرپٹ جس پر مالکانہ حقوق رجسٹر کئے جاتے ہیں) Arabic numerals: 0,1,2,3,4,5, (ie not Roman numerals I, II or VI) (مغربی زبانوں میں مستعمل ہندسے جیسے ,(1, 2, 3, 4, نہ کہI, II, یا […]

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UN Experts Accuse Saudi, UAE of War Crimes

UN Experts Accuse Saudi, UAE of War Crimes

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Three experts working for the UN’s top human rights body say the governments of Yemen, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia may have been responsible for war crimes including rape, torture, disappearances and “deprivation of the right to life” during three and a half years of escalated fighting against rebels in Yemen. In their first […]

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AMU Hosts Symposium on Interfaith Harmony

AMU Hosts Symposium on Interfaith Harmony

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Aligarh: The Centre for Inter-Faith Understanding, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organised a symposium and discussion on “Ways to promote Inter-faith Understanding”. Swami Shri Hari Prasad of Vishnu Mohan Foundation, Chennai, was the chief guest while AMU Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof M H Beg presided over the function. Addressing the symposium, Swami Shri Hari Prasad, an […]

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The Blind Boy

The Blind Boy

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A blind boy sat on the steps of a building with a hat by his feet. He held up a sign which said: “I am blind, please help.” There were only a few coins in the hat. A busy man was walking by the building when he saw the boy. The man stopped, thinking for […]

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Soul Searching in Srirangapatna

Soul Searching in Srirangapatna

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The Discover Yourself Workshop was held in Darul Umoor, Tipu Sultan Advanced Study & Research Centre Srirangapatna, for the Madrassa students on 8,9 & 10 September 2018. This is the 18th batch -2018-19 and 35 students participated Some of the participants share their Experiences. I liked this workshop for it gives life a new life. […]

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