Muslim institutions to form associations

NEW DELHI: The All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) has asked Muslim educational institutions to form an association at local and national level so that they could highlight their apprehension untidily.

The AIMMM said that after the introduction of the Right to Education Act, ..

Muslims want amendment in RTE Act

NEW DELHI: (AMN) All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIIMM) has demanded amendment in the Right to Education Act, 2010. It wanted exclusion of Muslim Minority Schools and Madrasas from the purview of new Act.

In a statement the president of AAMM, Syed Shahabuddin, said that some provisions ..

Ausaf Sayeed is new envoy to Yemen

NEW DELHI (AMN): Dr. Ausaf Sayeed, an officer of the 1989 Batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Yemen. This was announced by ministry of external affairs today. Sayeed presently serving as Joint Secretary (West Africa) at the Ministry of External..

Jaswant for more reader; BJP for close chapter

NEW DELHI (AMN): Even as the senior leader of the BJP and the author of `Jinnah-India, Participation, Independence’ is trying to sell more copies of his controversial book, his party chief want this book to be closed.

In an interview to news channel, BJP President Nitin Gadkari has termed Jaswa..

Atomic Board inactive over radioactive in AMU

ALIGARH: (AMN): Even as the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has repeatedly informed the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board about the presence of a radioactive source in its Physics Department, the board is at to take any action over harmful elements.

The Chairman of Physics Department Prof. Mohammed..

Muslims to oppose communal violence bill

NEW DELHI (AMN) Several Muslim organizations have decided to oppose the proposed Communal violence (prevention and rehabilitation) bill in its present form. The bill is likely to be tabled in the parliament during the monsoon session. The organizations including jamat e islami, jamiat ulwma e hind,

Muslims condemn attack on Kerala teacher

New Delhi (AMN): Muslim leaders of different hues on Monday strongly condemned the violent attack on T. J. Joseph, a lecturer in Ernakulam District of Kerala.

It is reported that some miscreants on the pretext of taking revenge for Joseph’s act of blasphemy against Islam yesterday chopped off ..

India is far more secular: Dr Zakir Naik

Dr Zakir Naik, 45, does not give you much of a choice. “If you have sinned, all a court can pronounce is death or life sentence. The next life is eternal and there you will be roasted alive on a slow burner, then given fresh skin, and the action will be repeated a million times,” he says, with the

Zakir Naik to appeal against British ban

MUMBAI – An Indian Islamic preacher who was banned from entering Britain due to “unacceptable behaviour” has vowed to appeal against the decision, which he blamed on the British media.

Mumbai-based television preacher Zakir Naik had been due to give a series of lectures in London ..

Ambedkar was a nominee of the Muslim League

NEW DELHI: An Indian scholar on Saturday revealed that author of the Indian Constitution and famous Dalit leader Dr B R Ambedkar was in fact a nominee of the Muslim League in the Council of States (Upper House) of united India’s Constituent Assembly.

Participating in a discussion on a roadmap for t



Ankur Mittal wins Gold medal in Men’s Double Trap event at ISSF

Young Indian shooter Ankur Mittal won Gold medal in the Men's Double Trap event at the International Shooting ...

Bakshi Stadium set to develop modern footaball facility as per FIFA norms

Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar is all set to be developed as a modern football facility as per FIFA norms at an es ...



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