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Ashiana Institute Opened

Ashiana Institute Opened

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bengaluru: Ashiana Free Skill Development Institute was inaugurated here on March 22 under the auspices of the Al-Aman Educational and Welfare Trust. The Institute will provide training in computing skills, tailoring, fashion designing and will impart coaching in spoken English and personality development. The 3-storey building for the Institute has 1,100 sq. ft. space with […]

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West Bengal Civil Services Results – 40 Muslim Candidates Qualify

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

The son of a former ice-cream seller, Habibulla Laskar, is among the 40 Muslim students out of the total enlisted 321 candidates selected for appointment to the post of Joint Block Development Officer in the West Bengal Civil Service (Executive) examination, Group C. The results were published last month, nearly two years after the completion […]

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Dargah Opens Free Dialysis Centre

Dargah Opens Free Dialysis Centre

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bengaluru: A free dialysis centre set up by Hazrath Hameedsha Dargah Management Committee was inaugurated on March 23 by Karnataka Health Minister Ramesh Kumar. The Centre plans to have 13 dialysis machines and has installed and has begun operation with five. Mr. G. A. Bawa, President of the HHS Dargah Management Committee, told Islamic Voice […]

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Fourth National Urdu Science Congress

Fourth National Urdu Science Congress

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

By Sameen Ahmed Khan The Fourth National Urdu Science Congress was held at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad between 8-9 February 2018. The conference brought together scientists, scholars of Arabic Urdu and Persian languages, educators, writers, poets, historians, heads of institutions and science reporters. The Chief Guest of the Congress was Shah Shamsuddin Usmani […]

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Call for Applications – Mass Marriages in Bengaluru

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bengaluru: The Imdad e Nisa Trust and Memon Women’s Association will be conducting mass marriages in March 2018 in the city. They have called for applications from families who require help in this regard. As of now, the two organizations propose to take up cases of 15 couples. The families which require assistance may collect […]

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IMRC’s Health Camps – Free Medical Treatment for 3,226 Patients

IMRC’s Health Camps – Free Medical Treatment for 3,226 Patients

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

The ninth annual India Health Initiative-2018, program created by India Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC), a US-based NGO, to provide medical services to poorest of poor in India, completed another five-day health camp in Assam where 3,226 patients were treated. The five-day free health camp was organised across different locations in coordination with Ajmal Foundation. The free […]

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7th NGOs Conference in Bengaluru

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bengaluru: The 7th South India NGOs conference will be held on March 17 and 18 in Bengaluru at Canopy Restaurant in Unity Building, M. G. Road. Organiser Cigma Foundation has said the theme for this year’s conference would be “Role of NGOs in capacity development”. Foundation secretary, Mr. Ameen e Mudasssar said in a press […]

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Startup at JMI

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

New Delhi: Around 30 entrepreneurial enthusiasts discussed  the problems faced by startups in implementing their initiatives, at a meet organized by the Centre for Innovation Entrepreneurship (CIE) of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI). The event on February 8 was first of a series of such meets being organized by CIE to build an entrepreneurial community in the university and […]

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Iranian President Visits – India Hassan Rouhani Lauds Peaceful Co-existence of Multiple Faiths in India

Iranian President Visits – India Hassan Rouhani Lauds Peaceful Co-existence of Multiple Faiths in India

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Hyderabad: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lauded India’s cultural diversity, saying multiple faiths and schools of thought co-exist peacefully in the country. Speaking at a meeting with Muslim intellectuals, scholars and clerics in Hyderabad recently, Rouhani, who arrived in Hyderabad on a three-day India visit, said Islam is not a religion of violence, but one of […]

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Haj Subsidy Abolished – Muslim Organisations, Scholars Welcome Centre’s Decision

| February 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

By Sajid Inamdar Pune: The Centre’s decision to abolish the Haj subsidy, , has been welcomed by Muslim scholars and organisations in the city, who said the move was a “much-awaited” one. In the past, a section of the Muslim community had called the subsidy, worth almost Rs 700 crore every year, a ‘blot’, as […]

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