Society & Humanity

The 5th South India NGO’s Conference held in Bangalore last month felicitated Azhar Maqsusi and Yusuf Mukati with the “Social Heroes Award” for the grassroots work they have been doing to make lives of the poor a lot better and brighter! “Homeless people should be clothed and fed, not given money,” says Azhar Maqsusi Azhar […]

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“Helping Hand’s mission is to raise volunteers, not funds,” says Dr. Ali Khwaja. “We believe that empathy, compassion, reaching out, listening and understanding are the greatest gifts one human being can give to another. By Yoginder Sikand If you live in Bangalore and want to spend even just two or three hours a week doing […]

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Faisal Nawaz’s deformity means he can barely eat much or anything at all without using his ventilator, a life-supporting instrument which helps him breathe normally. Despite this, He aims to empower Muslim Women in Delhi. Twocircles.net Delhi: For Mohammed Faisal Nawaz, time is almost always at a premium. A 32-year-old resident of Jaffrabad, Delhi, Nawaz […]

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Health Campaign by Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC) Nabila Begum and Ghulam Dastagir are trained paramedics, deeply concerned with improving the health of the poor suburbs of Hafiz Baba Nagar in the City of Nizams. Hyderabad: Nabila Begum and Ghulam Dastagir, from the Indo-US Eye Hospital – run by the US based Indian Muslim […]

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Kids and teenagers gathered at the Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital and Research Centre on “World No Tobacco Day” to sketch and paint their thoughts out, to tell the world to keep off tobacco! By Nigar Ataulla A Sunday, very sunny day, nice time to have coffee and read a book! Well, that was what I […]

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South India Social Workers Conference The annual conclave has emerged as an unique opportunity for exchanging experiences. By A Staff Writer Bengaluru: The Fourth South India Social Workers Conference held here on March 14 and 15 brought representatives of around 315 NGOs working in diverse fields, principally in the field of education, social welfare and […]

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Located in a quiet lane in Cox Town, Bangalore, Snehadeep—‘Lamp of Love’—is home to some 60 young people from across Karnataka. Being visually challenged hasn’t deterred these boys and girls from pursuing an education and seeking to be economically independent. That’s what Snehadeep is helping them with. It offers them valuable skills needed for jobs, […]

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