Society & Humanity

The Divyangan Solar Society in Hyderabad led by Zubeda Begum has so far sold 20,000 solar lights. Sashikanth, who was affected by polio in childhood, never thought he could earn his living. But life has changed for better since the past three months, thanks to Divyangan Solar Society (DSS). Led by Zubeda Begum, a differently-abled […]

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By initiating a free vegetarian meal service, the trustees of this mosque have introduced an inclusivity to a sacred space. By Mohammed Wajihuddin Mumbai: It is around 8.30pm. The muezzin at the massive, white-washed green minarate-decorated Sunni Muslim Bilal Masjid on Grant Road (East) has called out the faithful for Isha or the night prayer. While several devout Muslims […]

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Prof S.S. Shameem cycled 2,140 kms across Malaysia to spread awareness on the Polio Virus and global eradication of the disease. The World Health Organization reports Polio cases have decreased by 99 percent across the world since 1988. Yet, even if one child contracts the disease today, the fear of it spreading to 200,000 cases a year lingers. While […]

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Egyptian Girl Raises Money for Man with Face Deformity A young Egyptian with a face deformity will soon undergo a surgery to repair a nerve after a young girl named Malk helped collect funds for him via social media. Bullied for most of his life, and referred to as “the man with the strange face” […]

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Arwa Imtiyaz Bhat is not a coach or player, but performs a more important role for deaf and mute sportspersons in Srinagar By  Mir Ehsan Srinagar: It’s a white winter morning in Srinagar, and a 16-year-old girl has set out from her cramped home on the city’s outskirts to help a group of badminton players […]

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People are showing their appreciation for Jake’s brave act of helping Noor. Jake Taylor, a resident of Vancouver, is being hailed a hero after he saved an 18-year-old Muslim girl from assault. Noor Fadel, 18, boarded the train at Waterfront Station. A man began to verbally assault her, yelling and screaming a litany of profanities. He allegedly […]

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Muzaffarpur: Mohammed Imtiyaz resident of Chandwara, a post graduate from Jawaharlal Nehru University, had decided to celebrate his first marriage anniversary, on November 18, 2017, with a difference. So he launched a campaign named ‘Unnoticed ka cloth campaign’. He kept cartons in mosques and temples and appealed to charitable persons to donate warm clothes for […]

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Dr Faruk Hossain Gazi ‘s organization Naba Diganta, organises free medical camps in the remote rural areas of Sandeshkhali locality, in West Bengal. It is often found that the greatest of changes in our society starts off with just a thought. A good thought for a better society, especially by someone who is himself from […]

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