Indian Muslim

A winter of discontent and devastation: Kashmiris unprepared for cold days ahead

By Parvati Tampi,

Srinaga : Mushtaq Ahmed, a 34-year-old father from Arigatnoo village in the Kashmir Valley's Kulgam region, points towards a heap of rubble and heaves a deep sigh. Until last month, this was his home.

The deluge that followed the incessant rains in the Valley has washed away everything - homes, crops, fruit trees, schools - leaving a trail of devastation and taking over 200 lives, as per official estimates.

"I have no idea where to start from. All that remains is this rubble and I have no money to rebuild my home", Mushtaq told IANS.


BPCC Minority Unit appeals to Bihar Govt to allot land for establishment of ‘India Islamic Cultural Center” in Patna

By Staff Reporter,

Patna: Minority department of Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) has appealed to the Bihar state government to set up ‘India Islamic Cultural Center” (IICC) in Patna on the line of its already well established center in New Delhi.


TCS recruits 136 AMU students

By TCN News,

Aligarh: The Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited has selected 136 students of Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology and Department of Computer Science, Aligarh Muslim University through a campus placement drive.


Mahbubul Hoque receives Educlusion award in Singapore

By TCN News,

Guwahati: Mahbubul Hoque, Chancellor of University of Science and Technology, Meghalaya and Chairman of ERD Foundation has received the Educlusion Award bestowed by Engineering Watch, India’s most prestigious community of Engineering Stake holders on 15th September 2014 on the occasion of Engineers Day.

Why both love and Jihad are misinterpreted by Saffronised Indians?

By Shadab Ahmad Moizee,

Kabhi masjid pe ja baithe Kabhi mandir pe ja baithe
Parindon me yaha firqa parasti kyu nahi aati….

This poetic verse expresses the freedom of birds, but in 21st century love birds need to define their love according to self-confessed contractors of religion.

TCS recruits 136 from Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh : The Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) has selected 136 students of Zakir Hussain College of Engineering and Technology, and Department of Computer Science, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), through a campus placement drive.

Training and placement officer Tabassum Naqvi said the placement drive was conducted for the students of M. Tech/ B. Tech/ B.E. and M.C.A. courses.


Ensure essential items for flood-hit Kashmiris, SC tells government

New Delhi : The Supreme Court Thursday said the government should ensure that the flood-affected people of Jammu and Kashmir get food, fuel, drinking water and medicines, and that their damaged houses are restored as it concerned their right to life under article 21 of the constitution.


Jammu and Kashmir governor, CM donate salaries for relief

Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday donated their one month's salary to the state government's flood relief fund.

While thanking Vohra for his donation of a month's salary to the chief minister's relief fund, Abdullah also announced similar donation of lakh from his salary to the fund.

The chief minister, who visited the flood affected areas of Srinagar Wednesday, made an aerial survey of the affected areas which could not be reached by road Thursday.


Don't blame 'love jihad' for UP loss: Giriraj Singh

New Delhi : While top BJP leaders have refrained from commenting on the party's performance in Uttar Pradesh by-polls yet, state party leader Giriraj Singh Thursday said it is wrong to blame the 'love jihad' theory for it.

"Yoginath-ji (Yogi Adityanath) alone can't be responsible for Uttar Pradesh debacle. Many go down in other states by changing stance and allegedly chanting 'secular, secular'," Giriraj Singh, who was in the thick of controversy for his threat to send critics of Narendra Modi to Pakistan, said Thursday in a tweet.


Bhopal gas victims chain themselves to CM's house to demand compensation & clean up

By TCN News,

Bhopal: At noon today survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster, neighbourhood residents of the abandoned Union Carbide factory and their supporters locked themselves to the Chief Minister’s residence seeking adequate compensation and cleanup of the contaminated factory site.