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Muslim population myth

By Dr kouser Fathima,

The release of data about Indian population based on religion has shattered many preconceived notions. The fear among the majority hard liners that Muslim population is increasing rapidly and very soon India will see a population inversion has been busted. Yes the population of Muslims has increased but is not as huge as otherwise projected. In fact the Muslim growth rate has shown reduction, which is commendable and need to sustain this for the next decade.

According to the survey , in 2001-2011, the population increased as follows:

A poet from Deoband and his epigrams in verse

By Vikas Datta

Homer tells us that Odysseus, on returning home, wreaked havoc on the suitors and their servitors who had occupied his home in his absence and the only one he spared was a poet - for being divinely inspired. From bards to balladeers to lyricists, poets have always been respected for crafting the most enduring and popular record of the human condition. And they offer some of the best - subtle but impactful - observations on society and politics - like this towering Urdu poet from Deoband.

Who will benefit from Owaisis' entry in Bihar?

By Syed Ubaidur Rahman

It was not long ago when Asaduddin Owaisi and his brother Akbarudin Owaisi romped home to heroes' welcome in Maharashtra. In the assembly elections last year in one of India's most industrialized states, the Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) party won two seats and was runner-up in four places. The rabidly communal party that was limited to Old Hyderabad had conquered a new citadel -- and smashed Congress hopes.

Patels bust Modi's favourite Gujarat model

By Amulya Ganguli

Nothing shows more starkly the distortions that have vitiated the policy of reservations as the agitation by the financially and politically influential Patel community in Gujarat for inclusion in the backward-caste category to avail of the quota system in the allocation of government jobs and educational opportunities.

Behind their quest for safety in the reserved categories is the evident failure of the much-vaunted 'Gujarat model' of development which was touted by Narendra Modi as the panacea for the entire country.

People refused to work with me when I fell ill: Kader Khan

Mumbai: Versatile actor-writer Kader Khan has said that after his illness, producers and directors were unwilling to take him in their films.

Kader Khan, who was present at the trailer launch of his upcoming comedy "Hogaya Dimaagh Ka Dahi", was clearly having difficulty in talking and walking.

"Some people refused to keep me with them. I was a little unwell. And people refused to take me back into their films," he told the media.

But Kader Khan is pleased with the conduct of director Fauzia Arshi.

मुस्लिम समुदाय : संख्या पर घमासान

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काशिफ़ उल हुदा, TwoCircles.net

2011 Census of India – the critical factor affecting growth rate differential

By Misbahuddin Mirza

Go for second baby for a super married life

New York: If marital satisfaction is what you miss the most after the first child, plan the second baby now to get the mojo back in your love life.

According to researchers from the University of Michigan, several married couples get stressed after the first child birth with the new and challenging duties staring at them.

But with the arrival of the second baby, the quality of married life slowly returns to where it was before the first birth.

Mirza Aejaz Baig: An ordinary teacher with an extra-ordinary zeal for poor to complete their matriculation

By A Mirsab, TwoCircles.net,

Central government is spending crores of rupees to eradicate illiteracy through scores of schemes such as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (The Education for All Movement) and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (National Mission for Secondary Education). But still there are many in the country that is deprived of such schemes due to various reasons.

WhatsApp Muslims: Is this your identity?

Social networking applications (apps) like WhatsApp may be creating more anxiety, confusion and divisions, rather than love, brotherhood, and peace within the Muslim community.

By Qutub Ahmed Siddiqui for TwoCircles.net

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