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Uttar Pradesh Waqf in Total Disarray

Uttar Pradesh Waqf in Total Disarray

| September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Efforts to bring in transparency were scuttled from higher-ups in the Ministry. By A Staff Writer The Waqf Department in Uttar Pradesh—a state with nearly 150,000 waqf properties—is in a total mess. But that may be less of a worry. More worrying aspect is that there is no willingness on the part of the powers […]

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Nepal – A Shock Greater than the Earthquake

Nepal – A Shock Greater than the Earthquake

| August 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Syed Habeeb carried relief for quake-devastated people in Nepal but returned with lessons few mortals could teach him. “Shalaam shab” is one phrase that rings in my ears whenever I think of a Gurkha. Images of the fiercely loyal, wrinkle faced, ever-smiling security man ‘Bahadur’ are difficult to be erased from my childhood memory. Little […]

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Will the Traditional Solutions Work?

Will the Traditional Solutions Work?

| May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Intellectual Crisis of the Muslim Ummah Thinkers, intellectuals and academicians gathered in Aligarh to discuss the decline and decay within the Ummah. By A Staff Writer Aligarh: The Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-day International Conference on April 6-7 under the aegis of the Centre for Promotion of Educational and Cultural Advancement of Muslims of […]

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Basha Research Corporation Organises Conference on Renewable Energy

Basha Research Corporation Organises Conference on Renewable Energy

| February 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

By A Staff Writer Vijayawada: The Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP) organized a one-day conference here on Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering in collaboration with Cafet-Innova Technical Society (CITS) on December 29. The Conference discussed the way to develop Vijayawada as the Green Capital of residual Andhra Pradesh. Prof. Abdul Razak Mohamed, Dean, School of Planning […]

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A Peep into Japanese Work Culture

A Peep into Japanese Work Culture

| January 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Most Japanese work for 14 to 15 hours. One feels guilty if he comes away from work early. Bengaluru: Ms. Benazeer Baig, founder-secretary of the Raza Educational and Social Welfare Society, attended the week-long conference on ‘Promoting Women’s Empowerment as a Growth Strategy’ in Tokyo held between November 17 and 21, 2014. She was one […]

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Prime Property is a Bone of contention

Prime Property is a Bone of contention

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

A plot of land allotted for socially useful activities remains underutilized merely because the two contending groups cannot come to terms about its administration and use. By A Staff Writer Bangalore: A Civic Amenities (CA) site allotted to the Muslim community of Vishveshwaraiah Nagar in the quiet neighbourhood of R. T. Nagar in the city […]

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Love & Peace Makes All Faiths Go Around!

| December 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

The course on “Islam and Inter-Faith Relations” organized by the Henry Martyn Institute was not just about people talking about religion, but was also a practical demonstration of recognizing values such as honesty, kindness, peace and love, embedded in all faiths and religions. By A Staff Writer Located in a quiet, leafy campus in the […]

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Lowest GER among Muslim Women

| July 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

International Conference on Higher Education “King Abdul Aziz, founder of Saudi Kingdom admitted to marrying 200 women. Women in Saudi Arabia are denied equal rights. They need a wali (guardian) all the time and for certain businesses”: Saudi Scholar Pooneh Alamir. By Dr. Malika Mistry Pune: Recently an International Conference on “Social Inequalities in Higher Education […]

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Priorities for Modi Government

| June 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

The biggest challenge facing Modi is as to how to act in a manner so as to avoid divisive conflict in the society – this is dependent on how he acts towards the Minorities, especially the Muslims. By Rajindar Sachar The Public disgust with Congress (UPA) government of the last decade has seen it being […]

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Mandate-2014 – Key Contests, Candidates & Constituencies

| May 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Elections are festivals of democracy. India has been under the throes of Lok Sabha election for the last one month beginning from April 7. Islamic Voice brings to its readers profile of contests and contestants in some high-profile constituencies across the country. By no means it is a complete list of all the key contests. […]

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