Indian Muslim

Behind the mega event in Kozhikode, a special attempt by BJP to woo state's Christians

By Shafeeq Hudawi,

Kozhikode: The three-day national council meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the National Democratic Alliance state committee ended with tributes to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay and contemplations on various political issues.

However, behind the veil of the mega event, an agenda of the party lied unexposed. If the actions of the party leaders, especially that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are taken as an indication, BJP is looking to boost its growth among Christians, who form around 19% of the state's total population.

MIM MLA Imtiaz Jaleel among 12 young politicians selected by British HC for a study tour

By TCN News,

Aurangabad: Imtiaz Jaleel, AIMIM MLA from Aurangabad Central constituency has been selected by the British High Commission for a study tour to London for young political leaders. The commission has selected 12 young political leaders from different parties from across the country for the week long programme aimed at future political leaders.

Jaleel is the only politician from Maharashtra to be selected for the tour.

Jamiat to organize woman conferences to show Muslim women are not against Sharia

By TCN News,

New Delhi: In its national executive meeting, Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind decided to organize woman conferences in various cities across the country to impress upon that Muslim women are not against the Sharia Law.

The decision was taken after the working members of the committee expressed concern over the growing misrepresentation and misunderstanding about the Muslim family law in the society that has triggered wide public and media discussions.

MANUU offers free coaching for Civil Services Examinations

By TCN News,

Hyderabad: The Civil Services Examination Coaching Academy (CSECA) of Maulana Azad National Urdu University, is conducting free coaching for Prelims 2017 for women, religious minorities and SC/ST candidates.

The last date for the submission of application forms is October 28, 2016.

Application form can be downloaded from University website or can be obtained from the CSE Coaching Academy, MANUU Campus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

Dalits, Muslims share food in JUH event in Lucknow

By TCN News

In an effort towards strengthening Dalit-Muslim unity, the Jamiat Ulama - i - Hind (JUH) organised a feast for the two communities in Lucknow on Thursday.

National level seminar discusses challenges of modernising Urdu

By Imran Inamdar,

Solapur: The Department of Urdu, SSA Arts and Commerce College, Solapur organised a two-day national seminar on ‘Information technology ke daur mein Urdu ka Suratehal’ (The state of Urdu in the age of Information Technology) in collaboration with University of Grants Commission.

The two-day seminar, held on September 24 and 25, discussed the challenges that the language faced in the modern age, and how the language could be brought more in tune with the current levels of other languages.


MNCs find quality material in AMU

Aligarh : At least 70 Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) students pursuing various postgraduate and undergraduate courses have been placed in well known multinational companies (MNCs), a university official said on Friday.

Students of BA, BSc, BCom, MA, MSc, MCom, MCA, MSW and MBA Courses have recently been placed in Tata Chemicals, Asian Paints, Bricsa Consulting, Srijan and Apex Services among other companies under the Campus-Placement-Drives organised by the Training and Placement Office(TPO)(General) of AMU.

Shazia Khan: An entrepreneur trying to mentor Muslim women find their feet

By Amit Kumar,

Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire in J&K's Akhnoor sector

Jammu : Pakistan Rangers on Friday restored to indiscriminate firing at Indian positions in Jammu and Kashmir's Akhnoor sector of the International Border (IB).

The police said Pakistan Rangers violated the ceasefire agreement by firing without any provocation at Border Security Forces (BSF) positions in Pallanwalla area.

"Pakistan Rangers used automatics and small arms to target BSF border outposts," the police said, adding "Firing exchanges started at 12.30 a.m. and lasted until 1.30 a.m."

NHRC should apologise, withdraw report on Kairana: Activists

New Delhi : The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) should apologise and withdraw its report on Kairana that is based on communally charged assumptions, activists have said.

"We are deeply dismayed as this report clearly communalises crime and criminals. One community cannot be the reason behind the law and order problems anywhere," minority rights activist, Farah Naqvi told media here on Thursday.