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Hyderabadi youth denies involvement in SIMI activists' case

Hyderabad : Cleric Abdul Aleem Islahi has denied charges by Hyderabad Police that his son Motasim Billah motivated and was helping two SIMI activists from Maharashtra to go to Afghanistan for Jihad training.

Islahi told reporters Friday that after failing in its previous attempts police is again trying to implicate his son in false cases.

Claiming that Billah has no links with SIMI, he pointed out that the court had acquitted him in all the cases booked by police in the past.

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Former IAS officer Dr Ibrahimi’s book released

By TCN News,

Patna: ‘My Experience in Governance’ written by former IAS officer Dr MA Ibrahimi was released by Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi here on Wednesday.

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Honour for AMU teacher

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Dr. Ghazala Yasmin, guest teacher, Department of Applied Mathematics, ZH College of Engineering and Technology at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has been awarded the “A K Agarwal Prize for Best Publication of the Year 2014”.

Madrassa student set afire; communal tension builds up in West Bengal village

By Zaidul Haque, TwoCircles.net,

Kolkata: Close on the heels of negative propaganda by media post-Burdwan blasts, a mysterious incident of attempted burning of a Madrassa student in a village near here, allegedly by a suspected radical group, has given rise to communal tension.

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AMU Kishanganj Centre organizes orientation programme for MBA entrants

By TCN News,

Kishanganj, Bihar: Following the footprints of its parent department, the Department of Business Administration, AMU Centre Kishanganj organized an orientation program for the first batch of MBA students admitted to the centre. A total of 60 students have been admitted on the basis of All India test for AMU Centre Kishanganj centre.

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Silent diplomacy more effective than high-profile one

By Soroor Ahmed, TwoCircles.net,

Diplomacy is not just about hype and hoopla as many of our television era journalists would like us to believe. It is a serious business and there is little scope for theatrics. Sometimes too much publicity and media-hype harms the larger cause of the nation.

Collapsing credibility Of Western media: An opportunity for India

By Saeed Naqvi,

Even the skeptics now agree that India shall be a power in the Asian century. To insure this rise to the top, India must maximize all its assets. One asset for which it has a reputation is a lively media, a function of a relatively stable democratic order since independence.

Modi's Rs.745 crore falls short of Kashmir's expectations

Srinagar : Political parties and the common man in Jammu and Kashmir Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should have announced a larger relief package during his day-long visit to the state instead of Rs.745 crore.

Naeem Akhtar, chief spokesman of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), told IANS here: "What Modi announced yesterday (Thursday) is actually an interim relief of Rs.745 crore and not the package everybody here had in mind."

Candidates in fray for various posts of AMU Students’ Union, Court membership

By TCN News,

Aligarh: The Chief Election Officer, Prof. (Hakeem) Naeem Ahmad Khan has released a list of eligible candidates to contest for various posts of AMU Students’ Union (AMUSU) and for the membership of AMU Court, the apex body of the University.

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A book on history of Muslims in Manipur released at Imphal

By Dr. Syed Ahmed, for TwoCircles.net,

Imphal: A book titled, Nongsamei Puya (Pangal Khunthoklon), which records the history of Muslim settlement in Manipur, edited by M.A. Janab Khan and O. Bhogeswar Singh was released on October 23, 2014 at Manipur Press Club, Imphal.

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