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This bodybuilder in hijab takes Kochi by storm

This bodybuilder in hijab takes Kochi by storm

| October 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

By A Staff Writer Kochi: Majiziya Bhanu, 23, a student of Dental Sciences, was declared the winner of a bodybuilding championship held here on September 9. But sadly enough, the young sportswoman is finding no support to participate in the World Arm Wrestling Championship under 55 kg category in Turkey in October. The event is […]

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Irfan Bagban and Anjum Bagban – Maharashtra’s First Muslim Couple to Clear CA Exams

Irfan Bagban and Anjum Bagban – Maharashtra’s First Muslim Couple to Clear CA Exams

| June 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

During Anjum’s preparations, Irfan also developed an interest in Accountancy. By Imran Inamdar (TwoCircles.net) It is no secret that even today, many Muslim girls do not get an opportunity to pursue their dreams due to family responsibilities and unfavourable conditions. And this situation rarely changes after marriage, with many career-oriented women hardly getting an opportunity […]

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Bodruddoja Saikh – The coach behind more than 75 medals won by Paralympians of West Bengal

Bodruddoja Saikh – The coach behind more than 75 medals won by Paralympians of West Bengal

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

A resident of Sonarkunda village of Nalhati block in Bengal’s Birbhum district, Saikh knew from the start that he would never get the respect his able-bodied friends and family received, but that never stopped him from following his dreams. Sometimes, adversity comes in the form of poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition. On other occasions, it comes […]

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Asif Khan Dehlvi and His Karavan

Asif Khan Dehlvi and His Karavan

| April 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Quitting his corporate job, Asif Khan Dehlvi today has taken to storytelling, to showcase and promote India’s diversity and communal harmony. Even as India remains caught in a whirlpool of political turmoil and religious polarisation, it is heartening to see there are many people who remain committed to promoting harmonious coexistence among Indians. The purpose […]

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Sadiman: An Unsung Hero – The Man Who Replanted Forests

Sadiman: An Unsung Hero – The Man Who Replanted Forests

| March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

An Indonesian farmer understood why the land was turning barren and singlehandedly planted 11,000 trees. 15 Sadiman, a 67-year-old man from the Wonogiri province of Central Java, Indonesia, has managed to turn his drought-prone village into a groundwater-rich region by leading a campaign to replant trees on a nearby hill for the past 21 years. This […]

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Y. Abdul Rasul

Y. Abdul Rasul

| December 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Abdul Rasul, an IT professional has entered the Guinness Book of Records for the largest collection of 5,915 stamps featuring mosques. Chennai: Y. Abdul Rasul has been collecting stamps since he was 10 years old. He was one of the many philatelists collecting whatever stamps came his way till a meeting with ViswanathaIyer, another philatelist, […]

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A.P. Bapu Haji

A.P. Bapu Haji

| December 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

For Haji, who hails from Adakkakundu village near Kalikavu in Malappuram in Kerala, donating vast areas of his own land is nothing but sharing the grace of God with fellow beings. Malappuram: “There is nothing worth writing about me” says A.P. Bapu Haji, an octogenarian landlord who has been on a land donation spree for years. […]

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Wajahat Hussain Rizvi

| December 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

A Government Employee Committed to Reviving the Legacy of Eminent Urdu Authors Dr Wajahat Hussain Rizvi, currently posted as Deputy Director, Information & Public Relations at Meerut (UP), has done tremendous service in the field of Urdu literature by publishing as many as 22 special editions about eminent Urdu poets and writers who were slowly […]

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How a Muslim Woman from Malaysia became  the Mother Teresa of Montreal

How a Muslim Woman from Malaysia became the Mother Teresa of Montreal

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

The sense of charity in Sabariah began long before she went to Canada. As one of six children in her family, she saw charity being practised every day by her parents. By Yiswaree Palansamy When the video of a tudung-clad woman feeding the homeless in Montreal was shared all over social media recently, people wondered […]

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Ansari Abdullah: The IITian from Malegaon!

Ansari Abdullah: The IITian from Malegaon!

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Ansari Abdullah brought wonderful news to Malegoan residents when he joined the prestigious IIT Kanpur in 2016. For Abdullah, this was the outcome of a little over half a decade of effort and perseverance, and he has not looked back since then. By Amit Kumar Malegaon might be a small town in Maharashtra, but over […]

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