Indian Muslim

Three AMU female teachers term as “baseless and deplorable” charges of gender discrimination against AMU VC

By TCN News,

Aligarh: Three female teachers of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) have termed as “baseless and deplorable” the charges of gender discrimination against the AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt Gen Zameer Uddin Shah levelled by an Associate Professor from one of the departments at the AMU.


Yahya Kammukkutty, acquitted by Hubli court, felicitated

By V A Mohamad Ashrof for,

Malappuram (Kerala): Yahya Kammukutty, an IT professional, who was recently freed by a Hubli court after spending seven years in jail for alleged involvement in terror activities, was felicitated by Wahdate Islami Hind, Kerala chapter here.


Three injured in Kashmir terror attack

Srinagar : Three people were injured on Monday when separatist guerrillas fired at a shop selling SIM cards of a mobile phone company in north Kashmir's Sopore town, police said.

"Militants fired at a shop selling BSNL SIM cards near the bus stand in Sopore town today (Monday)," a senior police officer told IANS here.

"Three persons were injured in the firing. They have been taken to hospital for treatment and the area has been surrounded to carry out searches," the officer said.

लोहिया के ही खिलाफ खड़ी हो रही समाजवादी सरकार – रिहाई मंच

By TCN News,

लखनऊ: शिरडी में संविधान निर्माता अंबेडकर के गाने का रिंगटोन बजने पर दलित युवक की हत्या को रिहाई मंच ने फासिस्ट शक्तियों की क्रूरता का एक और उदाहरण कहते हुए दोषियों के खिलाफ कार्रवाई की मांग की है. इसके साथ मंच ने राजस्थान में नागौर जिले के कई गावों में हुए दलित उत्पीड़न का पुरजोर विरोध किया है.

'Modi, a man mesmerised by own persona' (Book Review)

By M.R. Narayan Swamy,

Title: How Modi Won It, Notes from 2014 Election; Author: Harish Khare; Publisher: Hachette India; Pages: 242; Price: Rs.599

Man is wise in hindsight. This is certainly true for journalists. Harish Khare, editor and commentator who was also media adviser to former prime minister Manmohan Singh, comes up with his own analysis of what went wrong with the Congress and how Narendra Modi simply crushed the Grand Old Party to lead the BJP to a historic Lok Sabha win.

Prof Vimal Thorat delivers lecture on Dalit feminist writing at MIT

‘Babasaheb Ambedkar instilled a consciousness in women who then resolved to have their children, especially daughters, educated’

By Umang Kumar for,

Cambridge MA: Professor Vimal Thorat, current co-convener at the National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) and former professor of Hindi at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) spoke at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on "Caste and Gender in Dalit feminist writing" on Thursday, May 21. The event was organized by the Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia.

Entrepreneur Habib Chowdhury spreading aroma in Laos to strengthen India’s ‘look east’ policy

Chowdhury is the founding chairman of HSMM Group that has become the largest Agarwood and Agar based Product’s Company in South East Asia from a humble background in Assam.

By Abdul Gani,,

Guwahati: Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR) is a small yet beautiful country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Burma and China to the northwest, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Thailand to the west.

Afghanistan: Democracy with the flavor of narcotics

By Dr Mohammad Nazrul Bari and Milad Alimoradian,

Afghanistan has been the core of exhaustive research and analysis. This great landlocked country with an excellent ancient history has seen lots of difficult and different situations, especially in the last century; it suffered massively from several external and internal issues such as political, sociological, religious, etc. However, by looking at the internal issues we see that it’s linked to external interventions, which are not proliferating and productive for the country. This simply means that the external elements created the major devastating issues in the country: exploitation in all various forms can be seen as one of the main issues.

Enquiry set up by AMU over fear of discrepancies in MBBS test

‘Unusually large number’ of candidates from a single centre cleared the test, raising eyebrows of the University of possible fraud.

By Staff Reporter,

Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University has instituted an enquiry committee to probe possible discrepancies in the admission tests for MBBS/BDS.

While processing the results of Entrance Examination for MBBS/BDS (2015-16), the Office of the Controller of Examination found ‘unusually large number’ of candidates from a single centre clearing the test, raising eyebrows.


PM fellowship of Kashmiri students: MHRD releases money of 838 students

List included only three of the 13 students from Rohtak College who have been agitating.

By Raqib Hameed Naik,,

Srinagar: The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development has finally released the Scholarship under Prime Minister Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS) on May 21 in favour of 838 Students of Jammu and Kashmir, including three students Rohtak Institute of Engineering and Management (RIEMS).