Indian Muslim

Varsity students join child-friendly Guwahati program

By Sabin Sebastian,,

Guwahati - Child Friendly Guwahati organized a sports competition at Santipur for main-streaming the street children of Guwahati city at different centres namely Santipur Centre, Ulubari Centre, Fancy Bazaar Centre and Machkhowa Centre on 4th November 2014.


Maulana Abul Kalam Azad as Educationist

By Dr Mohammad Manzoor Alam,

1857 is a watershed in Indian history when with the fall of Delhi, British sway was fully established all over India. Men of substance and vision like Sir Syed were quick to realise that the rout had come because the Indian side had fallen behind the British in the realm of knowledge of all kinds, especially that of science and technology.

End dynastic rule: Modi in Jammu and Kashmir

Kishtwar (Jammu and Kashmir): Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday exhorted the people in this Jammu and Kashmir town to unshackle themselves from the yoke of dynastic politics.

Modi said that Jammu and Kashmir had been held hostage by two families for over 50 years - without naming either the Congress or the National Conference.

"One family rules and robs the sate for five years and then after it becomes unpopular, it gives the power to rob the state to the other family. They have done a political match fixing between themselves.

Madrasa makes good citizen, main slogan of anti-terrorism rally organized in Kolkata by 10 organizations

By Zaidul Haque,,

Kolkata: In the name of terrorism, propaganda against Madrasa has been going continuing for over three months that is creating a communal atmosphere in West Bengal. Ten Muslim organizations came together on November 20, Thursday to organize a rally protesting against communalism while at the same time condemning terrorism.


Sharif urges Obama to take up Kashmir issue with India

Islamabad:US President Barack Obama spoke to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over telephone Friday and urged him to take up the Kashmir issue with India.

Sharif said an early resolution of the Kashmir issue would bring enduring peace, stability and economic cooperation to the south Asian region, Dawn online reported.

Sharif apprised Obama of Pakistan's relations with India and referred to his visit to India earlier this year, which was aimed at taking the Pakistan-India relations forward.

Mumbai court acquits 9 Muslims accused of illegal ‘SIMI’ activities in a 13-year-old case

By Staff Reporter,

Mumbai: In a strong refutation to the Mumbai police, a metropolitan magistrate court in Kurla here acquitted nine Muslims from charges of being involved in illegal activities and being members of banned organization Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).


Quran, Assamese, English and Computers, madrassas teach them all

By A Ghiasuddin,,

Guwahati: Madrassas across the country earned a bad name after the Burdwan bomb blast in October. Allegations, including by sections of the media, flew in thick and fast that anti-national lessons are taught at madrassas and that these institutions are a hub of terror.

Anti-Terrorism convention: No place for terror in Islam, scholars assert

By Staff Reporter,

Guwahati: Scholars, intellectuals and activists from different parts of the country attending an anti-terrorism convention here came down heavily on attempts by Hindu fundamentalist to malign Muslims in the name of terrorism in India, Assam in particular.

Archaeology workshop for MANUU students

By TCN News,

Hyderabad: The Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), a non-profit, is organizing a 10–day excavation programme at the Qutb Shahi tombs from November 24.


No riot can take place without complicity & incompetence of administration, Guj was no exception: Rajdeep Sardesai

It is bad time for media, where journalists who are supposed to ask questions are happy taking selfies with the PM, says the face of prime time TV News

By M Reyaz,,

New Delhi: No riot can take place without complicity or incompetence, or both, of the local administration and the 2002 Gujarat riot was no exception, said senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai while responding to a question whether he has absolved (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi – who was then the Gujarat chief minister – in his book.