Indian Muslim

AMU’s Medical College launches e-consultancy for diabetes

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University has become the first medical college in the country to launch “e-Consultancy and Monitoring Cell for Diabetes”. This Cell will provide all necessary information and medical advice to the patients of diabetes through e-mail and telephone. For this purpose, a comprehensive database of diabetics has already been prepared.


बिहार के भाग्य की तारीखें लगभग तय

By staff Reporter,

नई दिल्ली/ पटना : युद्ध-समर की सभी तैयारियों के बीच समीकरण बनने-बिगड़ने का दौर और भी ज़्यादा तेज़ हो जाता है जब तिथियां घोषित हो जाती है. इसी तरह से अब बिहार के राजनीतिक बवाल के बीच आज केंद्रीय चुनाव आयोग ने यह घोषित किया है कि राज्य में विधानसभा चुनाव सितंबर-अक्टूबर में हो सकते हैं.

BJP's communal agenda has come true in one year: CPI-M

New Delhi : The CPI-M said on Sunday that all the fears about the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) communal agenda has come true within one year of it taking power in the country.

It said in a statement that ever since Narendra Modi became the prime minister in May 2014, there had been growing communal polarisation as well as growing economic burdens on the people.

"All the apprehensions about the BJP, an avowedly rightwing communal party coming to power at the centre as the political arm of the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh), have come true in the past one year.

Kolkata's Kabuliwalas saddened by Afghan terror attacks

Kolkata : Far away from their homeland, the Kabuliwalas of Kolkata, who lead a sheltered and secluded life in the city, are deeply saddened by the terror attacks in Afghanistan, fervently wishing peace would prevail in their country soon.

The Kabuliwala or man from Kabul was immortalised by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore in the widely-translated classic "Kabuliwala" set in the early-20th century.

Thriving in the eastern metropolis, the community now is a blended one.

'Chadar' for Dargah Ajmer Sharif from Harvard Divinity School

Ajmer : A "chadar" (holy cloth) was presented at the Dargah Ajmer Sharif here on behalf of the Dean of Harvard University's Harvard Divinity School, David N. Hempton.

"The 'chadar' was offered in the presence of a group of underprivileged children of Ajmer by Elizabeth Lee-Hood, research associate, Harvard Divinity School," said Dargah Ajmer Sharif "Gaddi Nashin" Haji Syed Salman Chishty.

He is also the director of the Chishty Foundation.


Islamic calligraphy exhibition at National Museum

New Delhi : Islamic calligraphy inscriptions on metalware, wood, textiles and semi-precious stones dating back to the fifteenth century are being exhibited at the National Museum here.

Union Minister of Culture and Tourism Mahesh Sharma inaugurated the exhibition "Art of Calligraphy and Beyond: Arabic-Persian inscriptions on decorative art objects" on Friday evening.


NRI Muslims come together to help Nepal earthquake victims

US-based IMRC distribute emergency relief kits with help of local organisations

By TCN News,

Hyderabad: Emergency kits containing food, grains, first aid items, hygiene items, water purification tablets, tarp and more were distributed to over 1,000 quake affected people in Nepal by the US-based Indian Muslim Relief & Charities (IMRC).


PM Modi’s one year in office: hopes and broken dreams for Northeast

By A Ghiyasuddin,,

Guwahati: It has been one year since Narendra Modi ‘stormed’ in New Delhi. There were fanfare and hope. But now they feel the broken promises are too heavy. Many in the north-eastern states were extremely hopeful that the Narendra Modi government would at least settle a few issues which the previous government could not do.

Court allows Maudany to travel to Kerala for 5 days to see ailing mother

By Staff Reporter,

Kozhikode: The Supreme Court on Friday permitted People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader Abdul Nasser Maudany, who is a prime accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial bomb blast conspiracy case, to travel to Kerala for five days to see his ailing mother.


'Modi Sarkaar, thodi acchi, thodi bekaar, say commoners in Varanasi

(One year of Modi government)

By Mohit Dubey,

Varanasi : One year is a long time in politics.

Almost 365-days ago, the city of Kashi handed over a defining mandate to Narendra Modi paving his way to become India's prime minister.

With a 'tsunami' of goodwill and expectations, Modi defeated AAP candidate Arvind Kejriwal with over two lakh votes and routed other political opponents.